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Village Hymns for Social Worship, Selected and Original: designed as a supplement to the Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts (6th ed.)

Editor: Asahel Nettleton
Publisher: Printed for the publishers and sold by Elisha Sands, New York, 1826
Denomination: Congregational Church
Language: English
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301Lost in a labyrinth of sinPage Scan
302By whom shall Jacob now arise?Page Scan
303Dear Saviour, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
304Tho' in the earthly church belowPage Scan
305Saviour, visit thy plantationPage Scan
306Come, sacred Spirit, from abovePage Scan
307As in soft silence, vernal show'rsPage Scan
308See human nature sunk in shamePage Scan
309Look down, O Lord, with pitying eyePage Scan
310Behold the genial showers descendPage Scan
311O Sun of Righteousness, arisePage Scan
312Gird on, great God, thy swordPage Scan
313Blest Lord, behold the guilty scornPage Scan
314All glory to God in the skyPage Scan
315O Lord, our languid souls inspirePage Scan
316Come, gracious Spirit, heav'nly DovePage Scan
317Thy presence, gracious God, affordPage Scan
318Lord, in the temples of thy gracePage Scan
319Come, Lord, and warm each languid heartPage Scan
320Holy be this, as was the placePage Scan
321'Tis ours to sojourn in a wastePage Scan
322Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gonePage Scan
323In thy great name, O Lord, we comePage Scan
324Happy the saints whose lot is castPage Scan
325Great God, we to thy honor raisePage Scan
326Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
327Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordPage Scan
328This God is the God we adorePage Scan
329Once more, before we partPage Scan
330Eternal Sun of RighteousnessPage Scan
331Glory to God on highPage Scan
332Alas, alas, how blind I've beenPage Scan
333Say, sinner, hath a voice withinPage Scan
334And does the Spirit kindly movePage Scan
335And canst thou, sinner, slightPage Scan
336My conscious guilt is now so greatPage Scan
337Ah, what can I, a sinner, doPage Scan
338The voice, that bids us all repentPage Scan
339Oh, for a glance of heav'nly dayPage Scan
340Poor sinners! little do they thinkPage Scan
341Long have I walk'd this dreary roadPage Scan
342Sinner, behold, I've heard thy groansPage Scan
343Great God, to thee I makePage Scan
344My former hopes are fledPage Scan
345Astonish'd and distress'dPage Scan
346Oh, that my load of sin were gone!Page Scan
347O Lord, how vile am IPage Scan
348Behold the tears that Mary shedPage Scan
349When low'ring clouds deform the skyPage Scan
350Come, ye weary sinners, comePage Scan
351Come, my soul, thy suit preparePage Scan
352Thou great Physician of the soulPage Scan
353Heal us, Immanuel, here we standPage Scan
354Lord, at thy feet we sinners liePage Scan
355Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
356With kind compassion hear my cryPage Scan
357Weary of struggling with my painPage Scan
358I own my guilt, my sins confessPage Scan
359Smote by thy law, I'm justly slainPage Scan
360Welcome, welcome, dear RedeemerPage Scan
361The sinner's flatt'ring dreams are fledPage Scan
362"What must I do," the jailer criesPage Scan
363The castle of the human heartPage Scan
364Beneath the pois'nous dartPage Scan
365"Mercy, O thou son of David!"Page Scan
366In sin by blinded passions ledPage Scan
367Awak'd by Sinai's awful soundPage Scan
368Thankless--the Prodigal receivesPage Scan
369The Prodigal, with streaming eyesPage Scan
370My soul!--thy hasty censure sparePage Scan
371Beside the gospel poolPage Scan
372Far from thy fold, O God, my feetPage Scan
373Let carnal minds the world pursuePage Scan
374No more I ask, or hope to findPage Scan
375Awake, and sing the songPage Scan
376Oh, for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
377Sing, ye redeemed of the LordPage Scan
378Children of the heav'nly KingPage Scan
379My soul, with humble fervor raisePage Scan
380Hail, my ever blessed JesusPage Scan
381I hear a voice that comes from farPage Scan
382Ye saints, assist me in my songPage Scan
383Surrounded by a frightful gloomPage Scan
384Rejoicing now in glorious hopePage Scan
385How happy are theyPage Scan
386Soft be the gently breathing notesPage Scan
387The giddy world, with flatt'ring tonguePage Scan
388I leave the world with willing feetPage Scan
389The new-born child of gospel gracePage Scan
390Anxious, I strove to find the wayPage Scan
391"Rejoice in God," the word commandsPage Scan
392When renovating grace beginsPage Scan
393Like Israel, safe upon the shorePage Scan
394When night descends in sable guisePage Scan
395Nature will raise up all her strifePage Scan
396The sov'reign Father, good and kindPage Scan
397The happy in Jesus may sleepPage Scan
398Let thy returning Spirit, Lord!Page Scan
399The christian voy'ger strikes the rockPage Scan
400Jesus, at thy commandPage Scan

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