A Selection of Psalms and Hymns: done under the appointment of the Philadelphian Association

Editor: Samuel Jones, D. D., Burgis Allison, A. M.
Publisher: R. Aitken & Son, Philadelphia, 1790
Denomination: Philadelphia Baptist Association
Language: English
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INow may the Spirit's holy fireTextPage Scan
IIOnce more we come before our GodTextPage Scan
IIILord, in the morning thou shalt hear TextPage Scan
IVWith rev'rence let the saints appearTextPage Scan
VThe Saviour calls, — let every ear TextPage Scan
VIO for a thousand tongues to singTextPage Scan
VIIThou only source of true delightTextPage Scan
VIIIThe Lord descending from aboveTextPage Scan
IXLet them neglect thy glory, LordTextPage Scan
XFrequent the day of God returnsTextPage Scan
XISprinkled with reconciling bloodTextPage Scan
XIIThe praise of Zion waits for theeTextPage Scan
XIIIAnother six days work is doneTextPage Scan
XIVWhat various hind'rances we meetTextPage Scan
XVBless, O my soul, the living GodTextPage Scan
XVIAwake, my soul, in joyful laysTextPage Scan
XVIICome hither, all ye weary soulsTextPage Scan
XVIIICome, gracious Spirit, heavenly doveTextPage Scan
XIXBefore JEHOVAH's awful throneTextPage Scan
XXYe nations round the earth, rejoiceTextPage Scan
XXIWelcome sweet day of restTextPage Scan
XXIICome, HOLY SPIRIT, comeTextPage Scan
XXIIICome, we that love the LordTextPage Scan
XXIVCome, sound his praise abroadTextPage Scan
XXVSalvation to our GodTextPage Scan
XXVIEternal Wisdom thee we praiseTextPage Scan
XXVIILord when our Raptur'd thought surveysTextPage Scan
XXVIIIFather of mercies, in thy wordTextPage Scan
XXIXO for an heart to love my God!TextPage Scan
XXXCome, LORD, and warm each languid heartTextPage Scan
XXXICome, holy Spirit, heav'nly DoveTextPage Scan
XXXIIJesus the eternal Son of GodTextPage Scan
XXXIIISweet is the memory of thy graceTextPage Scan
XXXIVEarth has detain'd me prisoner longTextPage Scan
XXXVWhat shall I render to my God TextPage Scan
XXXVIFather, I sing thy wond'rous graceTextPage Scan
XXXVIIMy soul how lovely is the placeTextPage Scan
XXXVIIIYe trembling souls dismiss your fearsTextPage Scan
XXXIXWhat Wisdom Majesty and graceTextPage Scan
XLO Lord, our Lord, how wond'rous greatTextPage Scan
XLIGreat God, indulge my humble claimTextPage Scan
XLIIGive to our God immortal praiseTextPage Scan
XLIIIEternal Power, whose high abodeTextPage Scan
XLIVThou art O God! a spirit pureTextPage Scan
XLVGreat Former of this various frameTextPage Scan
XLVILoud let the tuneful trumpet soundTextPage Scan
XLVIIDoes it not grief and wonder moveTextPage Scan
XLVIIIThe heav'ns declare thy glory, LordTextPage Scan
XLIXHigh in the heav'ns, eternal GODTextPage Scan
LThe king of saints, how fair his faceTextPage Scan
LILord, when thou didst ascend on highTextPage Scan
LIISo let our lips and lives expressTextPage Scan
LIIIFar from my thoughts, vain world, be goneTextPage Scan
LIVThus saith the wisdom of the LordTextPage Scan
LVCome sinners, saith the mighty GodTextPage Scan
LVIAssist us, LORD, thy name to praiseTextPage Scan
LVIIO that the Lord would guide my waysTextPage Scan
LVIIII love thy charming nameTextPage Scan
LIXWith heart and lips unfeign'dTextPage Scan
LXBlest are the souls that hear and knowTextPage Scan
LXIRich grace, free grace most sweetly callsTextPage Scan
LXIIOut of the deeps of long distressTextPage Scan
LXIIIAwake, sweet gratitude and singTextPage Scan
LXIVHosanna to the Prince of lightTextPage Scan
LXVA form of words tho' e'er so soundTextPage Scan
LXVICome humble sinners, in whose breastTextPage Scan
LXVIILord when I read the traitor's doomTextPage Scan
LXVIIIFather, before we hence departTextPage Scan
LXIXIn vain Apollo's silver tongueTextPage Scan
LXXThere is a land of pure delightTextPage Scan
LXXINow may the God of peace and loveTextPage Scan
LXXIINot unto us but thee aloneTextPage Scan
LXXIIIMy God, my portion, and my loveTextPage Scan
LXXIVEternal source of joys divineTextPage Scan
LXXVArise, my soul, my joyful pow'rsTextPage Scan
LXXVIAnd now, my soul another yearTextPage Scan
LXXVIIYonder — amazing Sight! — I seeTextPage Scan
LXXVIIIO Thou, whose tender mercy hearsTextPage Scan
LXXIXGod moves in a mysterious wayTextPage Scan
LXXXFrom thee, my God, my joys shall riseTextPage Scan
LXXXIDressed uniform the soldier's wearTextPage Scan
LXXXIIGlory to God, who gave the wordTextPage Scan
LXXXIIIAlas! and did my Savior bleed! TextPage Scan
LXXXIVAwake, ye saints, and lift your eyesTextPage Scan
LXXXVNow, Lord, thy heav'nly seed is sownTextPage Scan
LXXXVIO Jesu, Jesu, dearest LordTextPage Scan
LXXXVIIMy Saviour, my Almighty friendTextPage Scan
LXXXVIIITo our Redeemer's glorious nameTextPage Scan
LXXXIXAlas what hourly dangers riseTextPage Scan
XCOft I reflect upon thy graceTextPage Scan
XCIHe is a God of sovereign loveTextPage Scan
XCIIGod of all consolation, takeTextPage Scan
XCIIITo thee, my God, I hourly sighTextPage Scan
XCIVThe souls that would to Jesus pressTextPage Scan
XCVWhen I can read my title clearTextPage Scan
XCVINaked as from the earth we cameTextPage Scan
XCVIIAm I a soldier of the cross?TextPage Scan
XCVIIILet ev'ry mortal ear attendTextPage Scan
XCIXBlest is the man, who shuns the placeTextPage Scan
CFather, I stretch my hands to theeTextPage Scan

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