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Hymns and Sacred Poems

Author: Charles Wesley, John Wesley
Publisher: Printed and sold by Felix Farley ; J. Wilson ; and at the School-Room in the Horse-Fair : In Bath, by W. Frederick : And in London, by T. Harris ; also, at the Foundery,, Bristol, England, 1742
Language: English
Notes: John was translator one new German hymn, and wrote “The Lord’s Prayer Paraphrased.” Charles Wesley is author of remaining compositions.
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1Comfort, ye Ministers of GracePage Scan
2Withering as Grass is HumankindPage Scan
4Nor doth His Love eclipse His MightPage Scan
5Say then, Ye Worms of Earth, to whomPage Scan
7The World He made He still sustainsPage Scan
8No Common Vision This I seePage Scan
10I too will magnify the LORDPage Scan
12God of Eternal MajestyPage Scan
14High on His Everlasting ThronePage Scan
17Have Mercy, LORD, Thy Wrath removePage Scan
18God of Truth, and Power, and LovePage Scan
20O Thou, who know'st what is ManPage Scan
22Ye that pass by, behold the Man!Page Scan
24What shall I do my GOD to lovePage Scan
25O Love, I languish at thy StayPage Scan
26O Love Divine, what hast Thou done!Page Scan
27Jesu, Great Redeemer, hearPage Scan
28Jesu, at whose Supreme CommandPage Scan
29Glory to GOD, whose gracious CarePage Scan
30O for an Heart to praise my GODPage Scan
31O my Heart, what must I do!Page Scan
32O that I had the Silver WingsPage Scan
35Omniscient GOD, whose Eyelids tryPage Scan
36How happy is the ManPage Scan
39O my false, deceitful HeartPage Scan
42Rich, and increas'd with Goods I wasPage Scan
43Wretched, helpless, and distrestPage Scan
45All hail the Saviour's Hallow'd CrossPage Scan
47Jesu, hear a Sinner's PrayerPage Scan
48Jesu, gentle, loving LambPage Scan
49Lamb of GOD for Sinners SlainTextPage Scan
50The Children to the Birth are comePage Scan
52What shall I do to 'scape the HellPage Scan
54Oh! but must I, LORD, returnPage Scan
55Woe is me! that wretched ManPage Scan
57Where is my Strength, my Faith, my GODPage Scan
58Jesu, wherewith shall I draw nearPage Scan
60Surely in the LORD we havePage Scan
62Oh! the dire Effects of Sin!Page Scan
63Ah! my dear, loving LORDPage Scan
65Yet soon my wretched HeartPage Scan
66Jesu, Friend of Sinners, hearPage Scan
69O that I was as heretoforePage Scan
71LORD, and is Thine Anger gonePage Scan
73Son of GOD, if Thy Free GracePage Scan
74O Jesu, still, still shall I groanPage Scan
76Jesu, Thou knowst my SimplenessPage Scan
78Break stubborn Heart, and sigh no morePage Scan
80Saviour from Sin, I wait to provePage Scan
81O compassionate High-PriestPage Scan
83Try us, O GOD, and search the GroundPage Scan
84Jesu, all Power is given to TheePage Scan
85God of our Life, at Thy CommandPage Scan
86Jesu, united by Thy GracePage Scan
87Giver, and Guardian of my SleepPage Scan
89The LORD unto my LORD hath saidPage Scan
90Oh! That my Load of Sin were gone!Page Scan
93Jesu, Sin-atoning LambPage Scan
94What shall I do, my GOD, my GODPage Scan
95LORD, regard my earnest CryTextPage Scan
98Jesu, take my Sins awayPage Scan
101Woe is me! what Tongue can tellPage Scan
103LORD, I confess my Sins to TheePage Scan
105Forgive me, O long-suffering GODPage Scan
107Omniscient, Omnipresent KingPage Scan
108Behold, ye Souls that mourn for GODPage Scan
110O Thou, whom fain my soul wou'd lvePage Scan
111Awake, Jerusalem, awakePage Scan
112How beautiful His Feet appearPage Scan
113Depart ye Ransom'd Souls, departPage Scan
115Come, O Thou Traveller unknownPage Scan
118O what shall I do My Saviour to praise?Page Scan
119aO Heavenly King, Look down from abovePage Scan
119bMy Father, my GOD, I long for Thy LovePage Scan
121GOD of unexhausted GRACEPage Scan
122Oft have I curst my Natal DayPage Scan
124aI know that my Redeemer livesPage Scan
124bCome to the House of Mourning comePage Scan
125Draw near, ye Strangers to our GODPage Scan
127Let the World lament their DeadPage Scan
128Blessing, Honour, Thanks and PraisePage Scan
130Hark! a Voice divides the Sky!Page Scan
131aCome, let us who in CHRIST believePage Scan
131bHearken to the Solemn VoicePage Scan
133Oft Have we pass'd the Guilty NightPage Scan
134Father of Uncreated LightPage Scan
136An Inward Baptism of Fire LORDPage Scan
137Omnipotent LORD, My Saviour and KingPage Scan
138Away my Unbelieving Fear!Page Scan
139GOD of my Salvation, hearPage Scan
141Long have I labour'd in the FirePage Scan
142My Father, O my Father hearPage Scan
145To the Haven of Thy BreastPage Scan
146Jesu, my Strength, my HopePage Scan
148O my Father, and my GODPage Scan
150LORD, and am I yet alivePage Scan
151Father, in the Mighty NamePage Scan
152When, my Saviour, shall I bePage Scan
153See, gracious LORD, with pitying EyesPage Scan
154Praise the LORD, my thankful SoulPage Scan

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