A Selection of Hymns and Psalms for Social and Private Worship (2nd ed. Enl. and Imp.)

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Editor: Jonathan Peele Dabney
Publisher: Hilliard and Metcalf (Printer), Cambridge, Mass., 1824
Language: English
Notes: Benedictions are numbered separately
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101O Lord of earth and seas and skiesPage Scan
102O God, on thee we all dependPage Scan
103The Lord my pasture shall prepare, and feed me with a shepherd's carePage Scan
104How are thy servants blest, O Lord [God]Page Scan
105Through all the various [varying] shifting [passing] scenePage Scan
106Who, gracious Father, can [shall] complainPage Scan
107With eye impartial, heaven's high kingPage Scan
108God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
109Lord! we adore thy vast designsPage Scan
110Give to the winds thy [your] fearsPage Scan
111The gift indulgent heaven bestowsPage Scan
112What eyes, like thine, eternal sirePage Scan
113On God supreme our hope dependsPage Scan
114Praise to the Lord of the boundless mightPage Scan
115Praise to his grace, who loud proclaimsPage Scan
116Behold the Prince of PeacePage Scan
117Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comesPage Scan
118Sing to the Lord, ye [you] distant landsPage Scan
119Mark the soft falling snowPage Scan
120To thee, O God, we homage payPage Scan
121The traveller lost in nightPage Scan
122Thou, Lord, by mortal eyes unseenPage Scan
123What works of wisdom, power and lovePage Scan
124Raise your triumphant songsPage Scan
125Praise to God the great Creator!Page Scan
126What countless myriads draw their breathPage Scan
127With extacy of joyPage Scan
128Come, saith [said] [says] Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
129Sing, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
130Angel [Angels], roll the rock [stone] awayPage Scan
131He dies, the friend of sinners dies!Page Scan
132Hail the day that sees him risePage Scan
133The heavens declare thy glory, LORD!Page Scan
134Father adored in worlds above!Page Scan
135To God let fervent prayers arisePage Scan
136Hear what God the Lord hath [has] spokenPage Scan
137Behold the amazing sight, The Savior lifted highPage Scan
138Great God of grace, arise and shinePage Scan
139And is the gospel peace and lovePage Scan
140Behold, where in a mortal formPage Scan
141Father of him we own our Lord!Page Scan
142Give me the wings of faith, to risePage Scan
143Father of mercies! in thy wordPage Scan
144Lord, we have made thy word our choicePage Scan
145What glory gilds the sacred pagePage Scan
146Imposture shrinks from lightPage Scan
147While through life's pilgrimage I strayPage Scan
148Shine forth, eternal source of lightPage Scan
149Eternal and Almighty kingPage Scan
150Great God, thy peerless excellencePage Scan
151My Father, cheering name, O may I call Thee minePage Scan
152Our God, as merciful as justPage Scan
153Shine on our souls, eternal GodPage Scan
154O blest are they who, born from heavenPage Scan
155Great Author of all nature's frame!Page Scan
156Lord! while my thoughts with wonder tracePage Scan
157To thee, my God, my days are knownPage Scan
158Enough of life's vain scene I've trodPage Scan
159While thee I seek, protecting Power!Page Scan
160God, my supporter and my hopePage Scan
161My God! whose all-pervading eyePage Scan
162Father divine, before thy viewPage Scan
163My God, permit my tongue this joy, to call thee minePage Scan
164My God! all nature owns thy swayPage Scan
165The Lord, how tender is his lovePage Scan
166Peace, 'tis the Lord Jehovah's handPage Scan
167When darkness long has veiled my [the] mindPage Scan
168O Lord, my best desire [desires] fulfillPage Scan
169When present sufferings pain our heartsPage Scan
170Father, I thank thee, may no thoughtPage Scan
171Parent of good, we rest on TheePage Scan
172O thou, my earliest, latest hopePage Scan
173When in the vale of lengthened [closing] yearsPage Scan
174Author of life! with reason's dawnPage Scan
175The uplifted eye and bended kneePage Scan
176Come, let us search our ways [hearts] and try [see]Page Scan
177Father of our feeble racePage Scan
178Far from thy servants, God of gracePage Scan
179All nature feels attractive powerPage Scan
180Behold where [when] breathing love divinePage Scan
181Happy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
182Let men of high conceit and zealPage Scan
183O God, my father, and my kingPage Scan
184Great God of grace! accept my prayerPage Scan
185Parent of all, omnipotent In heaven and earthPage Scan
186My God, whose all pervading eyePage Scan
187Let party names no morePage Scan
188Absurd and vain attempt, to bindPage Scan
189All seeing God, 'tis thine to knowPage Scan
190O let us with a grateful mindPage Scan
191Why do I thus perplexPage Scan
192O thou! my Father and my friendPage Scan
193Patience, O 'tis [what] a grace divinePage Scan
194Happy the meek! whose gentle breastPage Scan
195Blest are the meek, he saidPage Scan
196Awake, my soul, shake off the dreamPage Scan
197Wherefore should man, frail child of clayPage Scan
198Return, my roving heart, returnPage Scan
199Far from the world, O Lord, I [I'd] [we] fleePage Scan
200O God! to whose all-searching sightPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]



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