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A Selection of Psalms and Hymns: done under the appointment of the Philadelphian Association (4th ed.)

Editor: Samuel Jones, D. D., Burgiss Allison, A. M.
Publisher: Theophilus Harris (Joseph Rakestraw, printer), Philadelphia, 1819
Denomination: Philadelphia Baptist Association
Language: English
Notes: Hymns in the Appendix are numbered separately.
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1Now may the Spirit's holy firePage Scan
2Once more we come before our GodPage Scan
3Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
4With rev'rence let the saints appearPage Scan
5The Saviour calls,--let ev'ry ear Page Scan
6O for a thousand tongues to sing Page Scan
7Thou only source of true delightPage Scan
8The Lord, descending from abovePage Scan
9Let them neglect thy glory, LordPage Scan
10Frequent the day of God returnsPage Scan
11Sprinkled with reconciling bloodPage Scan
12The praise of Zion waits for theePage Scan
13Another six days work is donePage Scan
14What various hind'rances we meetPage Scan
15Bless, O my soul, the living GodPage Scan
16Awake, my soul, in joyful laysPage Scan
17Come hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
18Come, gracious Spirit, heav'nly DovePage Scan
19Before Jehovah's awful thronePage Scan
20Ye nations round the earth, rejoicePage Scan
21Welcome sweet day of restPage Scan
22Come, Holy Spirit, comePage Scan
23Come, we that love the LordPage Scan
24Come, sound his praise abroadPage Scan
25Salvation to our GodPage Scan
26Eternal Wisdom thee we praisePage Scan
27Lord, when our raptur'd thought surveysPage Scan
28Father of mercies, in thy wordPage Scan
29O for an heart to love my God!Page Scan
30Come, Lord, and warm each languid heart,Page Scan
31Come, Holy Spirit, heav'nly DovePage Scan
32Jesus the eternal Son of GodPage Scan
33Sweet is the mem'ry of thy gracePage Scan
34Earth has detain'd me prisoner longPage Scan
35What shall I render to my GodPage Scan
36Father, I sing thy wondrous grace Page Scan
37My soul how lovely is the placePage Scan
38Ye trembling souls dismiss your fearsPage Scan
39What Wisdom, Majesty and gracePage Scan
40O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous greatPage Scan
41Great God indulge my humble claimPage Scan
42Give to our God immortal praisePage Scan
43Eternal power, whose high abodePage Scan
44Thou art, O God! a Spirit purePage Scan
45Great former of this various framePage Scan
46Loud let the tuneful trumpet soundPage Scan
47Does it not grief and wonder movePage Scan
48The heav'ns declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
49High in the heav'ns, eternal God!Page Scan
50The king of saints, how fair his facePage Scan
51Lord, when thou didst ascend on highPage Scan
52So let our lips and lives expressPage Scan
53Far from my thoughts vain world, be gonePage Scan
54Thus saith the wisdom of the LordPage Scan
55Come, sinners, saith the mighty GodPage Scan
56Assist us Lord, thy name to praisePage Scan
57O that the Lord would guide my waysPage Scan
58Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
59With hearts and lips unfeign'dPage Scan
60Blest are the souls that hear and knowPage Scan
61Rich grace, free grace most sweetly callsPage Scan
62Out of the deeps of long distressPage Scan
63Awake, sweet gratitude, and singPage Scan
64Hosanna to the Prince of lightPage Scan
65A Form of words, tho' e'er so soundPage Scan
66Come, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
67Lord, when I read the traitor's doomPage Scan
68Father, before we hence departPage Scan
69In vain Apollo's silver tonguePage Scan
70There is a land of pure delight,Page Scan
71Now may the God of peace and lovePage Scan
72Not unto us, but thee alonePage Scan
73My God, my portion, and my lovePage Scan
74Eternal Source of joys divinePage Scan
75Arise, my soul, my joyful powersPage Scan
76And now, my soul another yearPage Scan
77Yonder--amazing sight! I seePage Scan
78O thou whose tender mercy hearsPage Scan
79God moves in a mysterious wayPage Scan
80From thee, my God, my joys shall risePage Scan
81Dress uniform the soldiers wearPage Scan
82Glory to God, who gave the wordPage Scan
83Alas! and did my Saviour bleed!Page Scan
84Awake, ye saints, and lift your eyesPage Scan
85Now, Lord, the heav'nly seed is sownPage Scan
86O Jesu, Jesu, dearest LordPage Scan
87My Saviour, my Almighty friendPage Scan
88To our Redeemer's glorious namePage Scan
89Alas, what hourly dangers rise!Page Scan
90Oft I reflect upon thy gracePage Scan
91He is a God of sov'reign lovePage Scan
92God of all consolation, takePage Scan
93To thee, my God, I hourly sighPage Scan
94The souls that would to Jesus pressPage Scan
95When I can read my title clearPage Scan
96Naked as from the earth we camePage Scan
97Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
98Let ev'ry mortal ear attendPage Scan
99Blest is the man who shuns the placePage Scan
100Father, I stretch my hands to theePage Scan

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