A Selection of Hymns and Psalms, for Social and Private Worship. (11th ed.)

Editor: J. P. Dabney
Publisher: Munroe & Francis, Boston, 1832
Language: English
Notes: Hymns, Benedictions and Occasional pieces are numbered separately. Some pages are missing from the page scan.
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202Lo! what confusion rends the mindPage Scan
203Blest are the meek, he saidPage Scan
204Awake, my soul, shake off the dreamPage Scan
205Wherefore should man, frail child of clayPage Scan
206Return, my [each] roving heart, returnPage Scan
207Far from the world, O Lord, I [I'd] [we] fleePage Scan
208My God, permit me [us] not to be a strangerPage Scan
209So let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
210O God, thy gracious aid impartPage Scan
211My God, what inward grief I feelPage Scan
212Blest instructor, from thy waysPage Scan
213God of mercy, God of love [grace], HearPage Scan
214Searcher of hearts, my thoughts reviewPage Scan
215Perpetual source of light and gracePage Scan
216Pity, dread Sovereign! and forgivePage Scan
217O thou whose mercy hearsPage Scan
218When rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
219From depths of sadness and distressPage Scan
220Sweet is the friendly voicePage Scan
221O thou, the wretched's sure retreatPage Scan
222And art thou with us, gracious Lord!Page Scan
223Blest is the man who fears the LordPage Scan
224While some in folly's pleasures rollPage Scan
225When storms hang o'er the Christian's headPage Scan
226O happy soul that [who] lives on high, While men lie grovellingPage Scan
227Lord, how secure and blest [blessed] are theyPage Scan
228Blest is the man who [that] shuns the placePage Scan
229My God, the steps of pious menPage Scan
230O blest is he, divinely blestPage Scan
231Great Ruler of all nature's framePage Scan
232How well our great Preserver [Protector] knowsPage Scan
233When reft of all and hopeless carePage Scan
234When gloomy thoughts and boding fearsPage Scan
235The God of heaven is kind and justPage Scan
236To calm the sorrows of the mindPage Scan
237Blest is that man, who stands in awePage Scan
238My God the covenant of thy love abides forever surePage Scan
239Through all the changing scenes of life, In troublePage Scan
240Praise, everlasting praise, be paidPage Scan
241My God, the visits of thy facePage Scan
242And is there then no lenient artPage Scan
243Soft are the fruitful showersPage Scan
244Faith adds new charms to earthly blissPage Scan
245Ah why should this mistaken mindPage Scan
246O that the Lord would guide my [our] waysPage Scan
247Ah worldly souls who strive in vainPage Scan
248Life is the time to serve thee, LordPage Scan
249Amidst a world of hopes and fearsPage Scan
250Father of light! conduct my feetPage Scan
251Weak and irresolute is manPage Scan
252Broad is the road [stream] that leads to death [wrath]Page Scan
253Why do we waste on trifling caresPage Scan
254Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
255Awake, my torpid soul! awakePage Scan
256Father of lights! my footsteps guidePage Scan
257When from the verge of youthPage Scan
258Arise, my soul! shake off thy fearsPage Scan
259Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyesPage Scan
260Our country is Immanuel's ground [land]Page Scan
261O God of Bethel, by whose handPage Scan
262Lord, through the dubious [devious] path [paths] of lifePage Scan
263O God of our forefathers, hearPage Scan
264Awake my soul, stretch every nervePage Scan
265When in the light of faith divinePage Scan
266Providence profusely kind wheresoe'er you turnPage Scan
267When fancy spreads her boldest wingsPage Scan
268Thou, Lord, through every changing scenePage Scan
269Great Former of this various [wondrous] framePage Scan
270Frail life of man, how short its stayPage Scan
271The evils that beset our pathPage Scan
272My soul, spring up with ardent flightPage Scan
273Arise, my soul, on wings sublimePage Scan
274The swift declining dayPage Scan
275Like shadows gliding o'er the plainPage Scan
276God of eternity, from theePage Scan
277Thee we adore, eternal name, And humblyPage Scan
278O [Our] God, our help in ages [seasons] pastPage Scan
279When a few years, or days perhaps
280The morning flowers display their sweets
281That awful hour will soon appearPage Scan
282Lord, I am thine, but thou wilt [will] provePage Scan
283O there's a better world on highPage Scan
284Come on, ye partners in distressPage Scan
285When all the powers of nature failPage Scan
286When sickness shakes the [languid] framePage Scan
287O for an overcoming faithPage Scan
288My soul, the awful hour will come, Apace itPage Scan
289And must this body diePage Scan
290Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewell [adieu]Page Scan
291There is a house not made with [by] hands, EternalPage Scan
292Those happy realms of joy and peacePage Scan
293When life's tempestuous storms are o'erPage Scan
294How still and peaceful is [Lord] the gravePage Scan
295Hear what the voice from heaven proclaimsPage Scan
296All nature dies, and lives againPage Scan
297When the last trumpet's awful voicePage Scan
298Blest be the everlasting [eternal] GodPage Scan
299Bright orb of heaven, thy circuit stayPage Scan
300The heart, dejected, sighs to knowPage Scan
301Arise, my soul, extend thy wingsPage Scan

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