J. Hart

Short Name: J. Hart
Full Name: Hart, J. (Joseph), 1712-1768
Birth Year: 1712
Death Year: 1768

Hart, Joseph, was born in London in 1712. His early life is involved in obscurity. His education was fairly good; and from the testimony of his brother-in-law, and successor in the ministry in Jewin Street, the Rev. John Hughes, "his civil calling was" for some time "that of a teacher of the learned languages." His early life, according to his own Experience which he prefaced to his Hymns, was a curious mixture of loose conduct, serious conviction of sin, and endeavours after amendment of life, and not until Whitsuntide, 1757, did he realize a permanent change, which was brought about mainly through his attending divine service at the Moravian Chapel, in Fetter Lane, London, and hearing a sermon on Rev. iii. 10. During the next two years many of his most earnest and impassioned hymns were written. These appeared as:—

Hymns composed on Various Subjects, with the Author's Experience, London, 1759. During this year he became the Minister of the Independent Chapel, Jewin Street, London. In 1762 he added a Supplement to his Hymns; and in 1765 an Appendix. In modern editions of his Hymns these three are embodied in one volume as:— Hymns composed on Various Subjects: With the Author's Experience, The Supplement and Appendix. By the Rev. Joseph Hart, late Minister of the Gospel in Jewin Street, London. Allott & Co. [no date].

Hart died on May 24, 1768. At one time his hymns were widely used, especially by Calvinistic Nonconformists. Many of them are of merit, and are marked by great earnestness, and passionate love of the Redeemer. The best known are: “Come, Holy Spirit, come"; “Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched"; "This God is the God we adore"; and "Lord, look on all assembled here." Those which are more limited in their use include:—
i. From his Hymns, &c, 1759.
1. Descend from heaven, celestial Dove. Whitsuntide. No. 6, in 6 stanzas of 6 lines. In Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory., 1872, No. 374, st. iv., v. are omitted. It is in extensive use in America.
2. Great High Priest, we view Thee stooping. High Priesthood of Christ. No. 56, pt. ii., in 3 stanzas of 8 lines. In Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 236; Hatfield's Church Hymn Book, N. Y., 1872, No. 435, &c.
8. How wondrous are the works of God. Redeeming Love. No. 21, in 9 stanzas of 4 lines. In the Scottish Evangelical Union Hymnal, 1878, st. i.-iv. are given as No. 11.
4. If ever it could come to pass. Final Perseverance. No. 58, in 3 stanzas of 6 lines. Repeated in Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 729.
6. Jesus is our God and Saviour . Faith and Repentance. No. 54, in 7 stanzas of 8 lines. In Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 146, st. iv. is omitted. In the London Hymn Book (enlarged), 1879, st. iii. and v. are given as "Nothing but Thy blood, 0 Jesus."
6. Jesus, while He dwelt below. Gethsemane. No. 75, in 23 stanzas of 6 lines. In Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 230, sixteen stanzas are broken up into three parts: (i.) "Jesus, while He dwelt below"; (ii.) "Full of love to man's lost race"; (iii.) "There my God bore all my guilt." A cento is also given in Hatfield's Church Hymn Book, N. Y., 1872, No. 441, as "Many woes had Christ [He] endured." It is composed of st. viii., ix., xiii., xx., xxiii., slightly altered. In the Scottish Evangelical Union Hymnal, 1878, No. 34, 8 stanzas are given in two parts: pt. i. as, "Jesus, while He dwelt below"; pt. ii. "Eden from each flowery bed."
7. Lamb of God, we fall before Thee. Christ All in All. No. 17 in 4 stanzas of 8 lines. It is in various collections, and as altered in Kennedy , 1863, No. 1171, is much improved.
8. Let us all with grateful praises. Christmas. No. 14 in 7 stanzas of 8 lines. In Spurgeon's 0ur Own Hymn Book, 1866, it is reduced to 4 stanzas of 4 lines.
9. Lord, look on all assembled here. For a Public Fast. No. 96, in 8 stanzas of 4 lines. It is in several of the older hymnbooks.
10. Lord, we lie before Thy feet. Lent. No. 74, in 6 stanzas of 6 lines, and based on 2 Chron. xx. 20. In Spurgeon's 0ur Own Hymn Book, 1866, stanza i., iii., vi. are given as No. 585.
11. Mercy is welcome news indeed. God's Mercy in pardoning Sin. No. 51, in 6 stanzas of 4 lines, on St. Luke vii. 42. In Spurgeon, 1866, No. 544.
12. Much we talk of Jesu's blood. Passiontide. No. 41, in 4 st. of 8 lines, on Lam. i. 12. In Spurgeon, 1866, it is abridged to 4 stanzas of 4 lines.
13. Bow from the garden to the cross. Good Friday. No. 63, in 9 stanzas of 4 lines, and entitled, "The Crucifixion." In Spurgeon, 1866, No. 274, st. ii.-v., vi.-ix. are given as "See how the patient Jesus stands."
14. The Fountain of Christ Assist me to sing. The Fountain. No. 86, in 8 stanzas of 8 lines on Zech. xiii. 1. In Spurgeon, 1866, st. i., v., vii., viii., are given as No. 375.
15. The moon and stars shall lose their light. Advent. No. 48, in 4 stanzas of 4 lines, on St. Matt. xxiv. 35. In Spurgeon, 1866.
16. The sinner that truly believes. Saving Faith. No. 88, in 5 stanzas of 4 lines, and entitled, "Saving Faith" In Spurgeon, 1866, No. 533, st. ii. is omitted, and the opening line is altered to "The moment a sinner believes."
ii. From his Supplement, 1762.
17. Behold what awful pomp. Advent. No. 52, in 8 stanzas of 4 lines. It is usually abridged as in the American Methodist Episcopal Hymns, 1849, No. 1107.
18. Christ is the Eternal Rock. The Offices of Christ. No. 27, in 6 stanzas of 8 lines. In Windle's Metrical Psalter & Hymnal, 1862, stanzas i., ii., v. are given as No. 53.
19. Christians, dismiss your fear. Easter. No. 33, in 4 stanzas of 8 lines into Dr. Alexander's Augustine Hymn Book, 1849, No. 79, in 7 stanzas of 4 lines.
20. Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord. Close of Service. No. 78, in 2 stanzas of 4 lines. In a few collections.
21. Gird thy loins up, Christian soldier. The Christian Armour . No. 29, in 5 stanzas of 8 lines, on Eph. vi. 11. Found in several of the older, and a few of the modern collections.
22. Glory to God on high, Our peace, &c. Holy Communion. No. 3, in 6 stanzas of 4 lines. In Hatfield's Church Hymn Book, 1872, No. 704, st. v., vi. are omitted.
23. Holy Ghost, inspire our praises. On behalf of Ministers. No. 77, in 5 stanzas of 8 lines. In the Scottish Evangelical Union Hymnal, 1878, No. 412, st. iii.-v. are given as, "Happy soul that hears and follows."
24. Jesus once for sinners slain. Holy Communion. No. 18, in 6 stanzas of 4 lines. In American use.
25. Lord, help us on Thy word to feed. Close of Service. No. 80, in 2 stanzas of 4 lines. In several modern hymnbooks.
26. O for a glance of heavenly day. Lent. No. 64, in 5 stanzas of 4 lines. In Hatfield's Church Hymn Book, 1872, and other American collections it is usually repeated in full. In Bickersteth's Christian Psalmody, 1833, it was given as, "Lord, shed a beam of heavenly day," and this is repeated in modern hymnbooks.
27. Once more before we part. Close of Service. No. 79, in 2 stanzas of 4 lines. Popular in Great Britain and America.
28. Once more we come before our God. Before a Sermon. No. 21, in 6 stanzas of 4 lines, into Hatfield, 1872, No. 111, and others.
29. Sons of God by bless'd adoption. Burial. No. 45, in 3 stanzas of 8 lines, into Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 981, as "Sons of God by blest adoption."
30. Suffering Saviour, Lamb of God . Holy Communion. No. 14, in 8 stanzas of 4 lines. In W. F. Stevenson's Hymns for Church & Home, 1873, st. iii., vii. are omitted.
31. That doleful night before His death. Holy Communion. No. 17, in 2 stanzas of 8 lines. In the Scottish Evangelical Union Hymnal, 1878, st. i. 11. 4-8, and st. ii., are given as, "To keep Thy Feast, Lord, we are met."
iii. From his Appendix, 1765.
32. Christians, in your several stations. Christian Duty. No. 7, in 5 stanzas of 6 lines. It is slightly altered in Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 742, and dated 1759 in error.
33. Prayer was [is] appointed to convey. Prayer. No. 12 in 6 stanzas of 4 lines into Snepp's Songs of Grace & Glory, 1872, No. 542, with alterations and the omission of st. ii., v. In some American collections it begins, "Prayer is to God, the soul's sure way."

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Hart, Joseph, p. 492, ii. Other hymns in common use are—
1. The blest memorials of Thy grief (1762). Holy Communion.
2. To comprehend the great Three-One (1759). Holy Trinity.
3. Vain man, thy fond pursuits forbear (1759). Death.
4. When the blest day of Pentecost (1759). Whitsuntide.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)

Wikipedia Biography

Joseph Hart (1711/12 – 24 May 1768) was a Calvinist minister in London. His works include Hart's Hymns, a much-loved hymn book amongst evangelical Christians throughout its lifetime of over 200 years, which includes the well-known hymn, "Come ye sinners, poor and needy". One of Hart's early publications was a tract denouncing Christianity (prior to his conversion) called The Unreasonableness of Religion, Being Remarks and Animadversions on the Rev. John Wesley's Sermon on Romans 8:32. His other works include a short autobiography and a few poetical translations of ancient classics.

Texts by J. Hart (295)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
أيها الخطاة توبواJoseph Hart (Author)Arabic1
ها يسوع اليوم يدعوJoseph Hart (Author)Arabic1
A form of words, though e'er so sound Hart (Author)English5
A man there is, a real ManJoseph Hart (Author)English3
A saint there was in days of oldJoseph Hart (Author)English2
Almighty Father, bless the WordJ. Hart (Author)English2
And did the darling Son of GodHart (Author)English2
And must it Lord be so?Hart (Author)English5
And now the work is doneHart (Author)English2
And why, dear Savior, tell me whyJ. Hart (Author)English2
As when a child secure of harmsJoseph Hart (Author)English9
Awake, ye sleeping souls, awakeJoseph Hart (Author)English10
Backsliding souls, return to GodHart (Author)English7
Behold a stranger at the door!Joseph (Author)English1
Behold! the bright morning appearsJoseph Hart (Author)19
Behold with awful pompJoseph Hart (Author)English34
Believer, lift thy drooping headHart (Author)English1
Believers own they are but blindJoseph Hart (Author)English11
Bless the Lord, my soul, and raiseHart (Author)English2
Blessed are they whose guilt is goneJ. Hart (Author)English2
Blessed Lord, be thou our teacherJoseph Hart (Author)3
Blest God, that once in fiery tonguesJoseph Hart (Author)2
Blest spirit of truth, eternal GodHart (Author)English5
Brethren let us praise our LordHart (Author)English2
Brethren, those who come to blissHart (Author)English2
Brethren, why toil ye thus for toysHart (Author)English2
Brethren, would you know your stayJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Bright beams ariseJoseph Hart (Author)2
Buried in baptism with our LordJ. Hart (Author)English2
By what amazing waysJoseph Hart (Author)English5
Christ is the eternal RockJoseph Hart (Author)English5
Christ is the friend of sinnersJ. Hart (Author)English2
Christians, dismiss your fearJoseph Hart (Author)English23
Christians in your several stationsJ. Hart (Author)English4
Christians, view this solemn sceneJ. Hart (Author)English2
Come, all ye chosen saints of God Joseph Hart (Author)English19
Come, children ere we partJoseph Hart (Author)13
Come gracious Spirit, comeJoseph Hart (Author)4
Come, gracious Spirit, now let thy bright beamsJoseph Hart (Author)7
Come hither ye, that fain would knowJ. Hart (Author)English2
Come hither, ye that fear the LordJ. Hart (Author)English2
Come, Holy Spirit, come; Let thy bright beams ariseJoseph Hart (Author)English365
Come, Holy Spirit, come, With energy divineJoseph Hart (Author)English2
Come, my soul, and let us tryJoseph Hart (Author)English29
Come, poor sinners, come awayJ. Hart (Author)English2
Come, raise your thankful voiceJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Come, thou long expected Jesus! Born to set thy people freeJoseph Hart (Author)English20
Come to Jesus, O my brothersJoseph Hart (Author)1
Come, ye backsliding sons of GodJ. Hart (Author)1
Come, ye sinners, poor and needyJoseph Hart (Author)English998
Come, ye Christians, sing the praisesJoseph Hart (Author)English10
Come, ye humble sinner trainJoseph Hart (Author)English5
Come ye redeemed of the Lord, Come and obey his sacred wordJoseph Hart (Author)English1
Come, ye redeemed of the Lord, Your grateful tribute bringJ. Hart (Author)English2
Come, ye sinners, drifting downwardsJoseph Hart (Author)English1
Come, ye weary, heavy laden, Lost and ruined by the fallJoseph Hart (Author)English31
Dark is he whose eye's not singleHart (Author)English2
Dearest Savior, help Thy servantJoseph Hart (Author)English2
Deep in a cold, a joyless cellJ. Hart (Author)4
Descend from heaven, celestial dove, With flames of pure seraphic loveJ. Hart (Author)English4
Desciende, Espíritu de amorJoseph Hart, 1712-1768 (Author)Spanish1
Deserters, to the camp returnHart (Author)English3
Deuwch, bechaduriaid tlodion (Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched)J. Hart (Author)Welsh1
Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, Help us to feed upon Thy wordJoseph Hart (Author)English283
ദുഖിപ്പോരെ മുറിവേറ്റവരെ (Dukhippēāre muṟivēṟṟavare)J. Hart (Author)Malayalam2
എൻ ദൈവമെത്ര ഗുണവാൻ (En daivametra guṇavān)J. Hart (Author)Malayalam2
Eternal Spirit, Source of truthRev. Joseph Hart, 1712-1768 (Author)English3
Faith in Jesus can repelJ. Hart (Author)English2
Faith in the bleeding LambHart (Author)English2
Faith's a convincing proofJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Father, before we hence departHart (Author)English2
Father of heaven, Almighty KingHart (Author)English2
Father of heaven, we Thee addressHart (Author)English3
Father of Spir'ts in heav'n and earthJ. Hart (Author)English1
Fountain of life, who gav'st us breathHart (Author)English2
From pois'nous errors, pleasing cheatsJ. Hart (Author)English2
Gird thy loins up, Christian soldierJoseph Hart (Author)English14
Give glory to God, ye children of menHart (Author)English2
Glory to God on high, Our peace is made with heavenJoseph Hart (Author)English33
Glory to the Eternal beHart (Author)3
God is a high and holy GodHart (Author)English2
God thus commanded Jacob's seedJ. Hart (Author)English2
God's mercy is for ever sureJ. Hart (Author)English2
Gold in the furnace triedHart (Author)English2
Gracious God, thy children keepJ. Hart (Author)English2
Great High Priest, we view Thee stoopingJoseph Hart (Author)English37
Guardian of the helpless sheepHart (Author)English2
Hail, thou Bridegroom bruis'd to death!Hart (Author)English2
Happy the man that bears the strokeHart (Author)English2
Happy the men who fear the LordHart (Author)English3
He that believeth Christ the LordJ. Hart (Author)English2
Hear the terms that never varyJoseph Hart (Author)English1
Ho ye needy come and welcomeJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Holy Ghost, inspire our praises, Touch our hearts and tune our tonguesHart (Author)English2
How blest is the season At which we appear!Joseph Hart, 1712-1768 (Author)English3
How can ye hope, deluded soulsHart (Author)English5
How good is the God we adoreJoseph Hart (Author)English2
How hard and rugged is the way Hart (Author)English2
How high a privilege 'tis to knowJ. Hart (Author)English5
How sore a plague is sinJoseph Hart (Author)English5
How strange is the course that a Christian must steerJoseph Hart (Author)English7
How time in its flight causes changesJoseph Hart (Author)2
How wondrous are the works of GodJ. Hart (Author)English8
I am, saith Christ, the WayJoseph Hart (Author)English39
If dust and ashes might presumeJoseph Hart (Author)English5
If ever it could come to passJ. Hart (Author)English2
If this be, Lord, thy wayJoseph Hart (Author)English3
If unbelief's that sin accursedJ. Hart (Author)English2
In all our worst afflictionsJ. Hart (Author)English4
In vain men talk of living faithJoseph Hart (Author)English19
Innumerable foes Attack the child of GodJoseph Hart (Author)English26
Is then the law of God untrueJ. Hart (Author)English2
Jehovah is my righteousnessJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Jesus Christ, God's holy LambHart (Author)English2
Jesus is our God and SaviorJ. Hart (Author)English4
Jesus is the chiefest goodJ. Hart (Author)English4
Jesus, Lord of life and peaceJ. Hart (Author)English2
Jesus, once for sinners slainJoseph Hart (Author)English12
Jesus, our triumphant HeadJoseph Hart (Author)English14
Jesus spreads his banner over usHart (Author)English1
Jesus, to thee I make my moanHart (Author)English2
Jesus, when on the bloody treeJ. Hart (Author)English2
Jesus, while he dwelt belowHart (Author)English20
Join, every tongue, to singHart (Author)English2
Kind souls, who for the miseries moanHart (Author)English2
King Hezekiah lay diseasedHart (Author)English2
Kom, I Syndre, arme, sygeJoseph Hart (Author)2
Kom, o syndare, du armeJoseph Hart (Author)Swedish2
Kommt, ihr Sünder, arm und elendJos. Hart (Author)German5
Kommt, ihr Sünder, schwer beladenJoseph Hart (Author)German3
Kommt, ihr Sünder, arm und dürftigJoseph Hart (Author)German16
Lamb of God, we fall before theeJoseph Hart (Author)English29
Lamb of God, who once wast slainJoseph Hart (Author)English3
Let not conscience make you lingerJoseph Hart (Author)1
Let us all with grateful praisesJoseph Hart, 1712-1768 (Author)English4
Let us ask the important questionJoseph Hart (Author)English17
Lo the Redeemer leaves the tombJoseph Hart (Author)3
Lord, when I hear thy children talkHart (Author)English2
Lord bless Thy saints assembled hereHart (Author)English14
Lord, hear a restless wretch's groansHart (Author)English2
Lord, help us on thy love to feedJoseph Hart (Author)English5
Lord, if with thee part I bearHart (Author)English2
Lord, look on all assembled hereHart (Author)English25
Lord, now we part in Thy blest nameJoseph Hart (Author (v. 3))English1
Lord, pity outcasts vile and baseJ. Hart (Author)English2
Lord, send thy Spirit down On babes that long to learnJ. Hart (Author)English2
Lord, shed a beam of heavenly dayJoseph Hart (Author)14
Lord, we come before Thee nowHart (Author)English1
Lord, we lie before thy feetJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Lord, what a riddle is my soulHart (Author)English4
Lord, when thy Spirit descends to showHart (Author)English2
Lord, who can hear of all thy woeJ. Hart (Author)English2
Lukewarm souls, the foe grows strongerJ. Hart (Author)English14
Man, bewail thy situationHart (Author)English2
Many woes had Christ endured Hart (Author)English30
Mercy is welcome news indeedJ. Hart (Author)English14
Mighty enemies withoutJ. Hart (Author)English2
Mistaken men may brawlJ. Hart (Author)English2
Much we talk of Jesu's bloodJoseph Hart (Author)English6
My brethren, why these anxious fearsHart (Author)2
My God, my Creator, the heavens did bowJ. Hart (Author)English2
My God, when I reflectJoseph Hart (Author)English6
Nature with open volume standsHart (Author)English1
No prophet, nor dreamer of dreamsJ. Hart (Author)English6
Nothing but thy blood, O Jesus Joseph Hart (Author)10
Now for a theme of thankful praiseHart (Author)English5
Now for a wondrous songJ. Hart (Author)English2
Now from the garden to the crossJoseph Hart (Author)English12
O, for a glance of heavenly dayJoseph Hart (Author)English214
O how good our gracious God is!J. Hart (Author)English2
O how strange is the courseJoseph Hart (Author)3
O praise the Lord, ye heavenly hostsHart (Author)English2
O pride, accursed prideJoseph Hart (Author)1
O the pangs by Christians feltJ. Hart (Author)English2
O what a narrow, narrow pathJoseph Hart (Author)English6
O! what a sad and doleful nightJoseph Hart (Author)English7
O ye sons of men be wiseJ. Hart (Author)English1
Of all our sins is prideJoseph Hart (Author)3
Of all the creatures God has madeHart (Author)English2
O that our flinty hearts would meltHart (Author)English2
Once more before we part, O bless the Savior's nameJoseph Hart (Author)English206
Once more the constant sunJoseph Hart (Author)English3
Once more we come before our GodJoseph Hart, 1712-1768 (Author)English143
Our baptism first declaresJoseph Hart (Author)5
貧窮、軟弱、悲傷、憂愁 (Pínqióng, ruǎnruò, bēishāng, yōuchóu)J. Hart (Author)Chinese2
Perfect holiness of spirit, Saints aboveHart (Author)3
Pity a helpless sinner, LordJoseph Hart (Author)English28
Pleased we read in sacred storyJ. Hart (Author)English2
Poor sinner, come, cast off thy fearHart (Author)English3
Pray says the word and never cease Hart (Author)3
Prayer is appointed to conveyHart (Author)English207
Prayer is to God the soul's sure wayHart (Author)6
Remember, man, thy birthHart (Author)English2
Repent and be baptizedJoseph Hart (Author)4
Repent, ye sons of men, repentJoseph Hart (Author)English7
Repentance is a gift bestowedJoseph Hart (Author)English6
Revive thy work, O Lord (Hart)Joseph Hart (Author)English2
Righteous are the works of GodJ. Hart (Author)English6
Righteousness to the believerJ. Hart (Author)English3
Say, Christian; wouldst thou thriveJ. Hart (Author)English2
See from the dungeon of the deadJoseph Hart (Author)English4
See how the patient Jesus StandsJoseph Hart (Author)English3
See the Lord of glory dyingJ. Hart (Author)English1
Shepherd of souls, refresh and blessJoseph Hart, 1712-68 (Author)English3
Sinner, that slumberest on the brinkJoseph Hart (Author)English6
Some Christians to the Lord regard a dayJ. Hart (Alterer)English2
Sons of God by blest adoptionHart (Author)English5
Suffering Savior, Lamb of GodJoseph Hart (Author)English11
Take heed, ye Christians, how ye hearJ. Hart (Author)English2
That day when Christ was crucifiedHart (Author)English2
That doleful [solemn] night before His deathJoseph Hart (Author)English139
The blest memorials of thy griefHart (Author)English21
The blest memorials of thy loveJoseph Hart (Author)2
The devil can self-denial useJoseph Hart (Author)English4
The fear of the Lord Our days will prolongJ. Hart (Author)English2
The fountain of Christ, Assist me to singJoseph Hart (Author)English29
The fountain of Christ with pleasure we singJoseph Hart (Author)3
The God I trust is true and justHart (Author)English3
The God, that first us choseHart (Author)2
The good hand of God has brought us againJ. Hart (Author)English2
The gospel brings tidings to each wounded soulJoseph Hart (Author)English5
The Holy Ghost in Scripture saithJ. Hart (Author)English2
The king of heaven a feast has madeHart (Author)English2
The law still curses those who break Hart (Author)3
The Lord ascendeth up on highJoseph Hart (Author)English6
The Lord assur'd the chosen raceJ. Hart (Author)English2
The Lord that made both heaven and earthJ. Hart (Author)English2
The men that fear the LordJ. Hart (Author)English2
The sinner that truly believesJoseph Hart (Author)English60
The moon and stars shall lose their lightJoseph Hart (Author)English7
The praise of Christ, ye Christians, soundJ. Hart (Author)English2
The rocks can rend the earth can quakeJoseph Hart (Author)2
The sinner that by precious faithHart (Author)English14
The soul that with sincere desireHart (Author)English2
The souls that would to Jesus pressHart (Author)English33
The spirits of the justJoseph Hart (Author)English9
The tender mercies of the LordJ. Hart (Author)English2
The things on earth which men esteemJ. Hart (Author)English2
The world opposes from withoutJoseph Hart (Author)2
This God is the God we adoreJoseph Hart (Author)English170
This is the day the Lord has made, Rejoice, my friends, to seeJ. Hart (Author)English2
Thou Shepherd of Israel, and mineJoseph Hart (Author (stanzas 7 & 8))English1
Though strait be the wayHart (Author)2
Though void of all that's goodHart (Author)English2
Thus saith the Lord to those who standHart (Author)English3
Thy mercy, Lord, we praiseJ. Hart (Author)English2
To comprehend the Three in OneHart (Author)English2
To the great Godhead, Father, SonHart (Author)1
To Thee, my God, I make my plaintJ. Hart (Author)English2
To you who stand in Christ so fastJ. Hart (Author)English2
Uprising from the darksome tombHart (Author)English10
Vain man thy fond pursuits forbearJoseph Hart (Author)English170
Vain man, to boast forbearJoseph Hart (Author)English5
Ven, oh pobre descarriadoJoseph Hart (Author)Spanish2
Vinde, aflitos pecadores, cheios de tristeza e dorJoseph Hart (Author)Portuguese2
We have come to the land where all sighingJoseph Hart (Author)2
We laud thy name, Almighty LordJ. Hart (Author)English2
We sing thy praise, exalted LambJ. Hart (Author)English2
What creatures beside, are favored like usJ. Hart (Author)English2
What makes mistaken men afraidJoseph Hart (Author)English5
What slavish fears molest my mindJ. Hart (Author)English2
What tongue can fully tellHart (Author)English4
What various ways do men inventJoseph Hart (Author)English3
Whatever prompts the soul to prideHart (Author)English6
When Aaron in the holy placeHart (Author)English2
When Adam by transgression fellHart (Author)English2
When deaf to every warning givenJ. Hart (Author)English2
When filthy passions or unjustJ. Hart (Author)English2
When I by faith by Maker seeHart (Author)English2
When is it Christians all agreeJ. Hart (Author)English2
When Jesus undertookHart (Author)English2
When Jesus with his mighty loveHart (Author)English6
When Noah with his favored fewJ. Hart (Author)English2
When pining sickness wastes the frameHart (Author)English2
When the blest day of PentecostJoseph Hart (Author)English6
When the chosen tribes debatedJ. Hart (Author)English2
When through the desert vastHart (Author)English3
When we pray, or when we singJ. Hart (Author)English2
Whene'er I make some sudden stopJoseph Hart (Author)English4
While heavenly hosts their anthems singJ. Hart (Author)English2
Whoever believes arightJ. Hart (Author)English2
Wide is the gate of deathJoseph Hart (Author)English4
With afflictions great and soreEnoch Edwin Byrum (Author)English1
With all the heavenly hostJ. Hart (Author)English3
Ye bold blaspheming soulsHart (Author)English4
Ye children of God, by faith in his SonJ. Hart (Author)English2
Ye children of God, in Jesus, his SonJoseph Hart (Author)2
Ye Christians, hear the joyful newsHart (Author)English3
Ye lambs of Christ's fold, ye weaklings in faithJ. Hart (Author)English2
Ye saints of God, your voices raiseJ. Hart (Author)English4
Ye sons of men, the warning takeJ. Hart (Author)English2
Ye souls that are weak, and helpless, and poorJoseph Hart (Author)English4
Ye souls that trust in Christ, rejoiceHart (Author)English2
Ye tempted souls reflect Joseph Hart (Author)English3
Zeal extinguish'd to a sprakHart (Author)English2

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