The Sacrifice of Praise. psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs designed for public worship and private devotion, with notes on the origin of hymns.

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Editor: Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City
Publisher: Charles Scribner and Company, New York, 1869
Denomination: Presbyterian Church in the USA. Northern Presbyter
Language: English
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201Thou lovely Source of true delightPage Scan
202I love the volume [volumes] of thy wordPage Scan
203Father of mercies, in thy [your] wordPage Scan
204O how I love thy holy lawPage Scan
205Lord, I have made thy word my choicePage Scan
206Laden with guilt, and full of fearsPage Scan
207How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
208How precious is the book divinePage Scan
209O wherefore Lord doth thy dear praisePage Scan
210Safely through another weekPage Scan
211Another six days' work is donePage Scan
212O day of rest [peace] and gladnessPage Scan
213Blest morning, whose young, dawning raysPage Scan
214This is the day the Lord hath [has] made, He callsPage Scan
215Lord of the [this] Sabbath, hear our vowsPage Scan
216Again the Sabbath mornPage Scan
217Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
218Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred restPage Scan
219On this day, the first of days, God the Father's name we praisePage Scan
220With joy we hail the sacred dayPage Scan
221Sweet is the work, O Lord, Thy glorious name to singPage Scan
222Sweet is the work, my [O] [our] God, [and] [my] [our] KingPage Scan
223When the worn spirit wants reposePage Scan
224Frequent the [this] day of [O] God returnsPage Scan
225Ere another Sabbath's closePage Scan
226Whilst thee I seek, protecting powerPage Scan
227Early, my God, without delayPage Scan
228Forth from the dark and [the] stormy skyPage Scan
229Great God indulge my humble claimPage Scan
230Come sound his praise [name] abroad, And hymnsPage Scan
231To thy temple I repairPage Scan
232Lord, bid thy light arisePage Scan
233Again our earthly cares we leavePage Scan
234Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
235In thy name, O Lord, assembling We, thy people, now draw nearPage Scan
236Lord, when we bend before thy [the] thronePage Scan
237Hosanna to the living LordPage Scan
238Savior again to Thy dear name we raisePage Scan
239Come dearest Lord, descend and dwellPage Scan
240Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessingPage Scan
241Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, HelpPage Scan
242Almighty God, Thy word is castPage Scan
243Once more before we part, O [we'll] bless the Savior's [Redeemer's] namePage Scan
244Lord, now we part in thy blest namePage Scan
245Now may he who from the deadPage Scan
246Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear My voice ascending highPage Scan
247Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
248My God, accept my early vowsPage Scan
249New every morning is the lovePage Scan
250When, streaming from the eastern [eternal] skiesPage Scan
251Still, still with thee, when purple morning breakethPage Scan
252God of my life, through all its [my] daysPage Scan
253Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
254My God, how endless [lasting] is thy lovePage Scan
255I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
256Inspirer and hearer of prayerPage Scan
257Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me onPage Scan
258Father of love and power, Guard thouPage Scan
259Sun of my soul [our souls], thou [my] [O] Savior [Father] dearPage Scan
260Great God, to thee my evening songPage Scan
261Lord of my [our] life, whose tender carePage Scan
262Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
263The day, O Lord, is spentPage Scan
264The sun is sinking fastPage Scan
265Savior, breathe an evening blessingPage Scan
266Sweet Savior, bless us ere [as] we goPage Scan
267[O] God, who [that] madest [made the] earth and heaven [sky]Page Scan
268What though downy slumbers fleePage Scan
269Awake, my soul, awake to prayerPage Scan
270Softly fades the twilight rayPage Scan
271Sweet is the light of Sabbath evePage Scan
272How helpless guilty [fallen] nature liesPage Scan
273Lord, I am vile, conceived in sinPage Scan
274How heavy is the nightPage Scan
275Not all the blood of beast [beasts], On Jewish altarsPage Scan
276Ah how shall fallen manPage Scan
277Lord, how secure my conscience was [lay]Page Scan
278How sad our state [fate] by nature isPage Scan
279There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]Page Scan
280Salvation, O the joyful soundPage Scan
281Thy works, not mine [ours], O ChristPage Scan
282Arise, my soul, arise, shake offPage Scan
283Raise your triumphant songsPage Scan
284In evil long I took delightPage Scan
285When wounded sore the stricken soul [heart]Page Scan
286When first, o'erwhelmed with sin and shamePage Scan
287Blow ye [you] the trumpet, blowPage Scan
288Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That savedPage Scan
289Behold what wondrous gracePage Scan
290Grace, 'tis a charming [cheering] [joyful] [pleasing] soundPage Scan
291Who O Lord, when life is o'erPage Scan
292God, in the gospel of his [the] SonPage Scan
293Father, how wide thy glory shinesPage Scan
294When God revealed his gracious namePage Scan
295Not all the outward forms on earth, Nor rites that God hath givenPage Scan
296Who shall the Lord's elect condemnPage Scan
297Come, saith [said] [says] Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
298Behold a Stranger at the doorPage Scan
299Come weary soul [souls] with sin [sins] distressedPage Scan
300The Spirit in our hearts is whispering sinner comePage Scan

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



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