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Selections from the Psalms of David in Metre: with hymns suited to the feasts and fasts of the church, and other occasions of public worship

Publisher: G. E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode (Printer), New York, 1865
Denomination: Episcopal Church
Language: English
Notes: Also includes "Additional Hymns set forth by the House of Bishops," 1865
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1How blest is he who ne'er consentsPage Scan
2Thus God declares his sovereign willPage Scan
3Thou, gracious God, art my defencePage Scan
4Consider that the righteous manPage Scan
5Regard my words, O gracious LordPage Scan
6In mercy, not in wrath rebukePage Scan
7O thou to whom all creatures bowPage Scan
8To celebrate thy praise, O Lord, I will my heart prepare Page Scan
9The Lord a holy temple hathPage Scan
10How long wilt thou forget me, Lord, Must I forever mournPage Scan
11The Lord looked down from heaven's high towerPage Scan
12Lord, who's the happy man, that mayPage Scan
13My grateful soul shall bless the [thee] LordPage Scan
14No change of times shall ever shock my trust, O Lord, in theePage Scan
15The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, which that alone can fillPage Scan
16May Jacob's God defendPage Scan
17My God, my God, why leavest thou mePage Scan
18The Lord himself, the mighty LordPage Scan
19The spacious earth is all the Lord'sPage Scan
20To God, in whom I trust, I lift my heart and voicePage Scan
21Judge me, O Lord, for I the pathsPage Scan
22Whom should I fear, since God to mePage Scan
23Adored forever be the LordPage Scan
24Ye that in might and power excelPage Scan
25In my distress to God I criedPage Scan
26Defend me, Lord, from shamePage Scan
27He's blest, whose sins have pardon gainedPage Scan
28Let all the just to God with joyPage Scan
29Through all the changing scenes of life, In troublePage Scan
30O Lord, Thy mercy, my sure hopePage Scan
31Though wicked men grow rich or [and] greatPage Scan
32Thy chastening wrath, O Lord, restrainPage Scan
33Lord, let me know my term of daysPage Scan
34I waited meekly for the LordPage Scan
35Happy the man whose tender carePage Scan
36As pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
37As pants the wearied hart for cooling springsPage Scan
38Let me with light and truth be blessedPage Scan
39While I the King's loud praise rehearsePage Scan
40God is our refuge in distress, A present helpPage Scan
41O all ye people, clap your handsPage Scan
42The Lord, the only God, is greatPage Scan
43The Lord hath spoke, the mighty GodPage Scan
44Have mercy, Lord, on me, As thou wert [you are] ever kindPage Scan
45Give ear, thou Judge of all the earthPage Scan
46Lord, though at times surprised by fearPage Scan
47O God, my heart is fixed, 'tis bentPage Scan
48My soul for help on God relies [rely]Page Scan
49O God, my gracious God, to theePage Scan
50For thee, O God, our constant praisePage Scan
51Let all the lands with shouts of joyPage Scan
52To bless thy chosen race, in mercy, Lord, inclinePage Scan
53The servants of Jehovah's willPage Scan
54Save me O God from waves that rollPage Scan
55In thee I put my steadfast trustPage Scan
56Lo hills and mountains shall bring forthPage Scan
57Thy presence, Lord, hath me suppliedPage Scan
58Thine is the cheerful day, O LordPage Scan
59The Name of our GodPage Scan
60Hear, O my people, to my lawPage Scan
61O thou whom heavenly hosts obeyPage Scan
62To God, our never failing strengthPage Scan
63O God of hosts, the [and] mighty LordPage Scan
64O God our Savior, all our heartsPage Scan
65To my complaint, O Lord my GodPage Scan
66God's temple crowns the holy mountPage Scan
67God of my life, O Lord most highPage Scan
68Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my songPage Scan
69O LOrd, the saviour and defencePage Scan
70He that has [hath] God his Guardian madePage Scan
71How good and pleasant must it bePage Scan
72With glory clad, with strength arrayedPage Scan
73Say ye, the Lord shall not regardPage Scan
74O come, loud anthems let us sing, loud thanksPage Scan
75Sing to the Lord a new-made songPage Scan
76Jehovah reigns let all the earthPage Scan
77Sing to the Lord a new made song, who wondrousPage Scan
78Jehovah reigns let therefore allPage Scan
79With one consent let all the earthPage Scan
80When I pour out my soul in prayerPage Scan
81My soul, inspired with sacred love, God's holyPage Scan
82O bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
83Bless God, my soul, thou, Lord, alonePage Scan
84How manifold thy works, O LordPage Scan
85O render thanks and bless the LordPage Scan
86O render thanks to God above, The fountain of eternal lovePage Scan
87Magnify Jehovah's [the Eternal's] namePage Scan
88O God, my heart is fully bentPage Scan
89The Lord unto my Lord thus spakePage Scan
90Praise ye the Lord, our God to praisePage Scan
91That man is blest who stands in awePage Scan
92Ye saints and servants of the LordPage Scan
93Lord, not to us, we claim no sharePage Scan
94My soul with grateful thoughts of lovePage Scan
95With cheerful notes let all the earthPage Scan
96O praise the Lord, for he is goodPage Scan
97How blest are they who always keepPage Scan
98To Zion's hill I lift my [mine] eyesPage Scan
99O 'twas a joyful sound to hear Our tribes devoutly sayPage Scan
100Had not the Lord, may Isr'l sayPage Scan

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