Sacred Poetry: consisting of psalms and hymns, adapted to Christian devotion, in public and private, selected from the best authors, with variations and additions

Editor: Jeremy Belknap,D. D.
Publisher: Apollo Press by Joseph Belknap, Boston, 1795
Language: English
Notes: Hymns are numbered separately.
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H.CCXXXVIThe promise of my father's lovePage Scan
H.CCXXXVIIThere is a glorious world on highPage Scan
H.CCXXXVIIIThere is a house not made with [by] hands, EternalPage Scan
H.CCXXXIXThe Savior comes, no outward pompPage Scan
H.CCXLThese glorious minds [ones], how bright they shinePage Scan
H.CCXLIThe spacious firmament on highPage Scan
H.CCXLIIThis do in memory of your FriendPage Scan
H.CCXLIIIThough frightful snares beset me roundPage Scan
H.CCXLIVThou, Lord, by mortal eyes unseenPage Scan
H.CCXLVThou Refuge of my [the] weary soulPage Scan
H.CCXLVIThou vain, intruding world departPage Scan
H.CCXLVIIThou whom my soul admires abovePage Scan
H.CCXLVIIIThe uplifted eye and bended kneePage Scan
H.CCXLIXThus saith the first, the [and] great commandPage Scan
H.CCLThus saith [speaks] the high and lofty OnePage Scan
H.CCLIThus saith the Lord, who built the heavensPage Scan
H.CCLIIThus saith the mercy [promise] of the LordPage Scan
H.CCLIIIThus spake the Savior, when he sentPage Scan
H.CCLIVThy wisdom, power and goodness, LordPage Scan
H.CCLV'Tis wisdom's earnest cryPage Scan
H.CCLVITo God the only wise, our Savior and our KingPage Scan
H.CCLVIITo heaven my grateful soul ascendsPage Scan
H.CCLVIIITo Jesus our exalted Lord, dear [that] [the] name by heaven and earth adoredPage Scan
H.CCLIXTo Jesus, our victorious LordPage Scan
H.CCLX'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]Page Scan
H.CCLXIVain are the hopes the [that] sons of menPage Scan
H.CCLXIIUnvail [Unveil] thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
H.CCLXIIIWelcome, thou day of restPage Scan
H.CCLXIVWe sing our Savior's wondrous deathPage Scan
H.CCLXVWhat cannot resignation do?Page Scan
H.CCLXVIWhen all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]Page Scan
H.CCLXVIIWhen pale with sickness oft has thouPage Scan
H.CCLXVIIIWhen verdure clothes [robes] the fertile valePage Scan
H.CCLXIXWhence do our mournful thoughts arisePage Scan
H.CCLXXWhen death appears before my [our] sightPage Scan
H.CCLXXIWhen doubts and fears prevailing risePage Scan
H.CCLXXIIWhen fainting in the sultry wastePage Scan
H.CCLXXIIIWhen I review the crooked [devious] waysPage Scan
H.CCLXXIVWhen I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
H.CCLXXVWhen sin and sorrow, fear and painPage Scan
H.CCLXXVIWhen sinners quit their wicked waysPage Scan
H.CCLXXVIIWhen the blest Comforter is nighPage Scan
H.CCLXXVIIIWhen true religion gains a placePage Scan
H.CCLXXIXWhen wild confusion wrecks the air [world]Page Scan
H.CCLXXXWhere shall the tribes of Adam findPage Scan
H.CCLXXXIWherewith shall guilty man appearPage Scan
H.CCLXXXIIWhilst shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
H.CCLXXXIIIWhilst some in folly's pleasure rollPage Scan
H.CCLXXXIVWhilst thee I seek, protecting powerPage Scan
H.CCLXXXVWho, from the shades of gloomy night [gloomy shades of night]Page Scan
H.CCLXXXVIWho shall the Lord's elect condemnPage Scan
H.CCLXXXVIIWhy do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friendsPage Scan
H.CCLXXXVIIIWhy should the world's alluring toysPage Scan
H.CCLXXXIXWith cheerful voices rise and singPage Scan
H.CCXCWith deep contrition, grief and shamePage Scan
H.CCXCIWith flowing eyes and bleeding heartsPage Scan
H.CCXCIIWith joy we meditate the [thy] gracePage Scan
H.CCXCIIIWith restless agitations tossed [tost]Page Scan
H.CCXCIVWith wonder, Lord, our souls proclaimPage Scan
H.CCXCVYe golden lamps of heaven, farewell [adieu]Page Scan
H.CCXCVIYe humble souls, approach your GodPage Scan
H.CCXCVIIYe humble souls complain no morePage Scan
H.CCXCVIIIYe thirsty souls, approach the springPage Scan
H.CCXCIXYe wretched, hungry, starving poor Behold a royal feastPage Scan
H.CCCZeal is that [the] pure and heavenly flamePage Scan

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