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Thomas Kelly

Thomas Kelly
Short Name: Thomas Kelly
Full Name: Kelly, Thomas, 1769-1855
Birth Year: 1769
Death Year: 1855

Kelly, Thomas, B.A., son of Thomas Kelly, a Judge of the Irish Court of Common Pleas, was born in Dublin, July 13, 1769, and educated at Trinity College, Dublin. He was designed for the Bar, and entered the Temple, London, with that intention; but having undergone a very marked spiritual change he took Holy Orders in 1792. His earnest evangelical preaching in Dublin led Archbishop Fowler to inhibit him and his companion preacher, Rowland Hill, from preaching in the city. For some time he preached in two unconsecrated buildings in Dublin, Plunket Street, and the Bethesda, and then, having seceded from the Established Church, he erected places of worship at Athy, Portarlington, Wexford, &c, in which he conducted divine worship and preached. He died May 14, 1854. Miller, in his Singers & Songs of the Church, 1869, p. 338 (from which some of the foregoing details are taken), says:—

"Mr. Kelly was a man of great and varied learning, skilled in the Oriental tongues, and an excellent Bible critic. He was possessed also of musical talent, and composed and published a work that was received witli favour, consisting of music adapted to every form of metre in his hymn-book. Naturally of an amiable disposition and thorough in his Christian piety, Mr. Kelly became the friend of good men, and the advocate of every worthy, benevolent, and religious cause. He was admired alike for his zeal and his humility; and his liberality found ample scope in Ireland, especially during the year of famine."

Kelly's hymns, 765 in all, were composed and published over a period of 51 years, as follows:—

(1) A Collection of Psalms and Hymns extracted from Various Authors, by Thomas Kelly, A.B., Dublin, 1802. This work contains 247 hymns by various authors, and an Appendix of 33 original hymns by Kelly.
(2) Hymns on Various Passages of Scripture, Dublin, 1804. Of this work several editions were published: 1st, 1804; 2nd, 1806; 3rd, 1809; 4th, 1812. This last edition was published in two divisions, one as Hymns on Various Passages of Scripture, and the second as Hymns adapted for Social Worship. In 1815 Kelly issued Hymns by Thomas Kelly, not before Published. The 5th edition, 1820, included the two divisions of 1812, and the new hymns of 1815, as one work. To the later editions of 1820, 1826, 1836, 1840, 1846, and 1853, new hymns were added, until the last published by M. Moses, of Dublin, 1853, contained the total of 765.

As a hymn-writer Kelly was most successful. As a rule his strength appears in hymns of Praise and in metres not generally adopted by the older hymn writers. His "Come, see the place where Jesus lay" (from "He's gone, see where His body lay"),"From Egypt lately come"; “Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious"; "On the mountain's top appearing"; "The Head that once was crowned with thorns"; "Through the day Thy love has spared us"; and “We sing the praise of Him Who died," rank with the first hymns in the English language. Several of his hymns of great merit still remain unknown through so many modern editors being apparently adverse to original investigation. In addition to the hymns named and others, which are annotated under their respective first lines, the following are also in common use:—
i. From the Psalms and Hymns, 1802:—
1. Grant us, Lord, Thy gracious presence. Commencement of Divine Worship.
2. Jesus, Immortal King, go on [display]. Missions.
3. Saviour, through the desert lead us. Divine Guidance Desired.
4. The day of rest once more [again] comes round. Sunday.
5. We've no abiding city here. Seeking Heaven.
ii. From the Hymns on Varous Passages of Scripture, first edition, 1804 :—
6. Boundless glory, Lord, be thine. Praise for the Gospel.
7. By whom shall Jacob now arise? Epiphany.
8. Glory, glory to our King. Praise to Christ as King.
9. How pleasant is the sound of praise. Praise for Redemption.
10. How sweet to leave the world awhile. In Retirement, or For a Retreat.
11. Inform I long had bowed the knee. Jesus, the Saviour, or Praise for Salvation.
12. It is finished! sinners, hear it. Good Friday.
13. Jesus, the Shepherd of the sheep. The Good Shepherd.
14. Let reason vainly boast her power. Death.
15. Poor and afflicted, Lord, are Thine. Affliction.
16. Praise we Him to Whose kind favour. Close of Service.
11. Spared a little longer. Safety in God.
18. Stricken, smitten, and afflicted. Passiontide.

ii. From the Hymns, &c, second edition, 1806:—
19. Far from us be grief and sadness. Joy of Believers.
20. Give us room that we may dwell. Missions.
21. Glory, glory everlasting. Praise of Jesus.
22. God has.turned my grief to gladness. Joy after Sorrow.
23. Happy they who trust in Jesus. Peace in Jesus.
24. Hark, the notes of angels singing. Angels praising Jesus.
25. Hark! 'tis a martial sound. Christian Life a Warfare.
26. I hear a sound [voice] that comes from far. The Gospel Message.
27. Jesus is gone up on high. Divine Worship.
28. Now [O] may the Gospel's conquering power. Home Missions. In the 1853 edition of the Hymns it begins “O may the Gospel's conqu'ring force."
29. O Zion, when I think on thee. Desiring Heaven.
30. Praise the Saviour, ye who know Him. Praise of Jesus.
31. See from Zion's sacred mountain. The Fountain of Life.
32. The atoning work is done. Jesus the High Priest.
33. Zion is Jehovah's dwelling. The Church of God.
34. Zion stands by hills surrounded. The Safety of the Church.
35. Zion's King shall reign victorious. Missions.
iv. From the Hymns, &c, 3rd edition, 1809:—
36. Behold the Temple of the Lord. The Church a Spiritual Temple.
37. Blessed Fountain, full of grace. Fountain for Sin.
38. Brethren, come, our Saviour bids us. Holy Communion.
39. Fly, ye seasons, fly still faster. Second Advent Desired.
40. God of Israel, we adore Thee. Evening.
41. Gracious Lord, my heart is fixed. Trust and Peace.
42. Hark, a voice! it comes from heaven. Death.
43. Hark, that shout of rapt'rous joy. Second Advent.
44. If our warfare be laborious. Labour and Rest .
45. Lo, He comes, let all adore Him. Missions.
46. Nothing know we of the season. Time of Second Advent uncertain.
47. O had I the wings of a dove. Holiness and Heaven desired.
48. O where is now that glowing love. Despondency.
49. Our Father sits on yonder throne. God the Father.
50. Ours is a rich and royal Feast. Holy Communion.
51. Shepherd of the chosen number. Safety in the
Good Shepherd
52. We're bound for yonder land. Life, a Voyage.
53. Welcome sight! the Lord descending. The Advent.
54. What is life? 'tis but a vapour. Death anticipated.
55. Who is this that comes from Edom? Ascension.
56. Why those fears ? Behold 'tis Jesus. Stilling the Sea.
57. Without blood is no remission. Passiontide.
58. Yes, we trust the day is breaking. Missions.
v. FromHymns: Not before Published, 1815:—
59. Behold the Lamb with glory crowned. Exaltation of Christ.
60. God is love, His word has said it. God is Love.
61. God of our salvation, hear us. Opening or Close of Divine Worship.
62. In Thy Name, O Lord, assembling. Commencement of Divine Worship.
63. Keep us, Lord, O [and] keep us ever. Divine Worship.
64. Let sinners saved give thanks, and sing. Praise for Salvation.
65. Praise the Lord Who died to save us. Passiontide.
66. Salvation is of God alone. God the Author of Salvation.
67. Saviour, come, Thy [saints] friends await Thee [are waiting] . Second Advent desired.
68. Sweet were the sounds that reached our ears. Divine Mercy.
69. We'll sing of the Shepherd that died. The Lost Sheep.
70. When we cannot see our way. Trust and Peace.
71. Who is this that calms the ocean? Stilling the Sea.
vi. From the Hymns on F. Passages of Scripture, &c, eds. 1820 and 1826 :-—
72. Grace is the sweetest sound. Divine Grace.
73. Now let a great effectual door. Missions.
74. Now may the mighty arm awake. Missions.
75. Now may the Spirit from above. Home Missions.
76. Sing, sing His lofty praise. Praise of Jesus.
77. Sound, 6ound the truth abroad. Missions.
78. Speed Thy servants, Saviour, speed them. Departure of Missionaries.
vii. From the Hymns on Various Passages, &c, 1836:—
79. Come, O Lord, the heavens rending. Prayer for Blessings.
80. The night is far spent, the day is at hand. The Second Advent.
viii. From the Hymns on Various Passages, &c, circa 1845:—
81. Joyful be the hours today. Sunday.
82. Lord, behold us few and weak. Opening of Divine Service.
83. Meet Thy people, Saviour, meet us. Meetings for Prayer.
84. Saviour, send a blessing to us. Prayer for Blessings.
85. Sing of Jesus, sing for ever. Praise of Jesus.
ix. From the Hymns on Various Passages, &c, 1853:—
86. Precious volume, what thou doest. Holy Scripture.
87. Unfold to us, O Lord, unfold. Divine aid to reading Holy Scripture.
All these hymns, together with those annotated under their respective first lines are in the 1853 edition of Kelly's Hymns published in Dublin by M. Moses, and in London by Simpkin, Marshall & Co. Kelly's musical editions are issued by the same publishers.

-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Kelly, Thomas, p. 615, i. Other hymns in common use are:
1. Behold the Man! How glorious He. (1809.) Good Friday.
2. Jesus the [Thou] Shepherd of the Sheep. (1804.) Good Shepherd.
3. Saved ourselves by Jesu's blood. (1802.) For a Revival.
4. Saviour, 'tis to [unto] Thee. (1853*.) Lent.
5. See the vineyard lately planted. (1806.) Missions. Sometimes given as "See, O Lord, the vineyard planted."
6. Sing aloud to God our strength. (1809.) Praise to the Father.
7. Sing, sing His lofty praise. (1820.) Praise to Jesus. Sometimes as "Hail our eternal King" (p. 615, No. 76).
8. Sing of Him Who bore our guilt. (1853*.) Praise to Jesus.
9. Sing we praise to God above, God our Saviour, &c. (1815.) Praise for Divine Mercy.
10. Sing we praise to God above, Sing we praise, &c. (1853*.) Praise.
11. Sons of Zion, raise your songs. (1820-26) The Exalted Saviour.
12. The Lord Himself will keep. (1809.) From “We're bound for yonder land" (sec p. 615, No. 52.)
13. The God [Lord] of glory dwells on high. (1809.) Humility and Love of Christ.
14. The people of the Lord Are on their way, &c. (1820.) Life a Pilgrimage.
15. Thus saith God of His Anointed. (1809.) Missions.
16. 'Tis to us no cause of sorrow. (1815.) Resignation.
17. To the Ark away, or perish. (1815.) Safety in Jesus only.
18. To our Lord a throne is given. (1838.) Christ the King.
19. Trust ye in the Lord for ever. (1853*.) Trust in God.
20. We'll sing in spite of scorn. (1806.) Christmas. From this "The long-expected morn" is taken.
21. What tongue can tell, what fancy paint. (1806.) Saints in Glory
22. What were Sinai's awful wonders. (1809.) Advent.
23. Whence those sounds symphonious? (1815.) Christmas.
24. While in the [this] world we still [yet] remain. (1806.) Communion of Saints.
25. Yes, 'tis a rough and thorny road. (1809.) Resignation. Sometimes given as "Though rough and thorny be the way."
The dates given above are those of the various editions of Kelly's Hymns. The date 1853* indicates that the hymn is in the 1853 ed. of the Hymns, but had also appeared in a previous edition which we have not seen.

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

Texts by Thomas Kelly (295)sort descendingAsInstances
看哪!聖徒,榮耀光景;憂患之子得勝回Thomas Kelly (Author)2
從前那戴荊棘的頭,今戴榮耀冠冕 (Cóngqián nà dài jīngjí de tóu, jīn dài róngyào guānmiǎn)Thomas Kelly (Author)2
الرب حقا قام فكمل العملThomas Kelly (Author)1
رن صوت في الأعاليThomas Kelly (Author)1
頌讚聲音何等難得!(Sòng zàn shēngyīn héděng nándé!)Thomas Kelly (Author)2
看哪!冠冕已給羔羊!榮耀、尊貴己歸祂 (Kàn nǎ! Guānmiǎn yǐ gěi gāoyáng! Róngyào, zūnguì jǐ guī tā)Thomas Kelly (Author)3
إحمدوا الرب جهارا من قلوبنا أناراThomas Kelly (Author)1
主接納我們的詩歌 (Zhǔ jiēnà wǒmen de shīgē)Thomas Kelly (Author)2
Afligido y azotado, Ved que muere en una cruzThomas Kelly (Author)1
Afligido y castigadoThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)2
Al Señor Jesús loemosThomas Kelly (Author)3
Aliluya! Aliluya! Wokicize kiŋ yuṡtaŋThomas Kelly (Author)1
And art thou gracious Master goneThomas Kelly (Author)26
And now another week beginsThomas Kelly (Author)32
Angelic messenger, repeatThomas Kelly (Author)2
Arise, arise, with joy surveyThomas Kelly (Author)49
Arise, my saints, arise, the Lord our leader isThos. Kelley (Author)2
Arise, ye mourning saints, ariseThomas Kelly (Author)3
Arise, ye saints, arise! The Lord our leader isThomas Kelly (Author)73
Around the Savior's lofty throneThomas Kelly (Author)27
As the dew from heaven distillingThomas Kelly (Author)9
Away, thou dying saint, awayThomas Kelly (Author)3
Behold the Lamb, with glory crownedThomas Kelly (Author)4
Behold the man! how glorious he!Thomas Kelly (Author)26
Behold the temple of the LordThomas Kelly (Author)11
Behold the way to Zion's hillThomas Kelly (Author)3
Blessed fountain, full of graceT. Kelly (Author)37
Blest intercourse, when Christians meetThomas Kelly (Author)4
Boundless glory, Lord, be thineThomas Kelly (Author)5
Brethren come our Savior bids usThomas Kelly (Author)2
By whom shall Jacob now ariseThomas Kelly (Author)15
Caŋku kiŋ Jesus, he NiyeThomas Kelly (Author)1
Christ is born, go tell the storyThomas Kelly (Author)2
Come and see the placeThomas Kelly (Author)3
Come and see what God is doingThomas Kelly (Author)1
Come, behold a great expedientThomas Kelly (Author)2
Come in, thou blessed of the Lord, Stranger nor foe art thouKelly (Author)6
Come in thou blessed of the Lord! O come in Jesus' precious name (Kelly)Kelly (Author)84
Come, praise the Lord, exalt his nameThomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)1
Come see the place where Jesus lay, And hear the angelic watchers sayThomas Kelly (Author)40
Come, ye saints, look here and wonderThomas Kelly (Author)45
Crown the Savior, angels crown himThomas Kelly (Author)4
Crowns of glory ever brightK. (Author)24
De gloria coronado estáThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)2
De mil arpas y mil voces Thomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)2
Endless praises to our Lord GodRev.Thomas Kelly (Author)19
Every human tie may perishRev. Thomas Kelly, abr. (Author)16
Far from us be grief and sadnessThomas Kelly (Author)6
Father, bless thy word to allKelly (Author)23
Filled with holy emulationThomas Kelly (Author)1
Fly abroad, and tell the storyThomas Kelly (Author)2
Fly, ye seasons, fly still fasterThomas Kelly (Author)3
Forward let the people goThomas Kelly (Author)2
From Egypt lately comeThomas Kelly (Author)24
From Egypt's bondage comeThomas Kelly (Author)19
From far I see the glorious dayThomas Kelly (Author)2
Gather all the children from the fields of sinT. C. Kelly (Author)2
Give us room that we may dwellThomas Kelly (Author)42
Glory, glory everlasting Be to him who bore the corssThos. Kelly (Author)26
Glory, glory to our KingThomas Kelly (Author)51
Glory to God on high, Peace upon earth and joyThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)9
God has turned my grief to gladnessThomas Kelly (Author)2
God is love, his word has said itThomas Kelly (Author)2
God of Isr'l, we adore TheeThomas Kelly (Author)3
God of our salvation, hear usThomas Kelly (Author)60
Grace is the sweetest soundThomas Kelly (Author)4
Grace! 'tis a charming soundThomas Kelly (Author)1
Gracious Lord, my heart is fixedThomas Kelly (Author)2
Grant us, Lord, thy gracious presenceThomas Kelly (Author)3
Guide me, O Thou great JehovahT. Kelly (Author)1
Hamau! kani mai na liraThomas Kelley, 1769-1854 (Author)3
Happy we who trust in JesusThomas Kelly (1769-1855) (Author)2
Hark! a cry among the nationsKelly (Author)5
Hark! a voice! it cries from heavenThomas Kelly (Author)4
Hark, how the angels sweetly sing!Thomas Kelley (Author)4
Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesThomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)530
Hark, ten thousand voices soundingThomas Kelly (Author)23
Hark, that shout of rapturous joyThomas Kelly (Author)45
Hark, the choirs of angels cryingThomas Kelly (Author)3
Hark, the loud triumphant strainsThomas Kelly (Author)3
Hark, the notes of angels singingThomas Kelly (Author)51
Hark, the solemn trumpet soundingThomas Kelly (Author)9
Hark, 'tis a martial soundThomas Kelly (Author)4
Hark, 'tis a martial sound To arms, ye saints, to armsThomas Kelly (Author)2
Hark, what sounds salute our earsThomas Kelly (Author)2
He's gone, see where his body layThomas Kelly (Author)2
Himself he cannot saveThomas Kelly (Author)5
Holy, holy, holy, Lord heaven and earth thy name recordThomas Kelly (Author)2
How many of their wisdom boastThomas Kelly (Author)3
How many things combine to showThomas Kelly (Author)3
How pleasant is the sound of praiseThomas Kelly (Author)2
How sweet to leave the world awhileKelly (Author)117
I hear a sound that comes from farThomas Kelly (Author)4
I hear a voice that comes from farThomas Kelly (Author)34
I love the sacred book of GodThomas Kelly (Author)78
If Jesus rose not from the graveThomas Kelly (Author)2
If our warfare be [is] laboriousThomas Kelly (Author)5
If wordly thoughts so much employThomas Kelly (Author)2
In expectation sweetKelly (Author)1
In form I long had [have] bowed the kneeKelly (Author)7
In the furnace God may prove theeThomas Kelly (Author)1
In thy name, O Lord, assembling Thomas Kelly (Author)197
Inscribed upon the cross we seeThomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)18
Ipigsayo ti timecyoThomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)2
Isr'l sung with joy and wonderThomas Kelly (Author)2
Isr'l's conflicts now are endedThomas Kelly (Author)2
Itaŋcaŋ cekiyapi kiŋThomas Kelly (Author)1
Jacob’s star is ris’n at lastThomas Kelly (Author)2
Jesus comes, by crowds attendedThomas Kelly (Author)3
Jesus comes, his conflict overRev. Thomas Kelly (1769-1855) (Author)37
Jesus comes, let all adore himThomas Kelly (Author)3
Jesus comes, the judge of allThomas Kelly (Author)2
Jesus, hail, whose glory brightensThomas Kelly (Author)6
Jesus, immortal king, go onThomas Kelly (Author)6
Jesus is gone up on highKelly (Author)6
Jesus! Name of wondrous love!Thomas Kelly (Author)1
Jesus, the Shepherd of the sheepThomas Kelly (Author)13
Jesus, Thou Shepherd of the sheep (Kelly)Thomas Kelly (Author)3
Jesus, we hail thee Israel's KingThomas Kelly (Author)5
Joyful are we, Lord, to ownThomas Kelly (Author)2
Joyful be the hours todayKelly (Author)39
Joyful let us be todayThomas Kelly (Author)2
Jünger Jesu, schaut, wie prächtigThomas Kelly (Author)4
Keep us, Lord, O, keep us everThomas Kelly (Author)30
King of kings and Lord of lords, These are great and awful wordsThomas Kelly (Author)4
King of Zion, give the orderThomas Kelly (Author)5
Lead on, almighty Lord, lead on to victoryRev. Thomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)5
Let joy and thankfulness be feltThomas Kelly (Author)2
Let reason vainly boast her powerThomas Kelly (Author)2
Let reason's sons in one accordThomas Kelly (Author)3
Let sinners saved give thanks, and singThomas Kelly (Author)6
Lo he comes let all adore himThomas Kelly (Author)10
Lo! He comes with clouds descending, Once for guilty sinners slainRev. Thomas Kelly (Author)7
Lo the infant Savior liesThomas Kelly (Author)2
Look O look the sight is gloriousThomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)4
Look, ye saints; the sight is gloriousThomas Kelly (Author)432
Lord, accept our joyful songThomas Kelly (Author)2
Lord, behold thy people hereThomas Kelly (Author)3
Lord, behold us few and weakThomas Kelly (Author)1
Lord, dismiss us hence with gladnessThomas Kelly (Author)2
Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing, Fill our hearts with joy and peaceThomas Kelly (Author (st. 3))7
Lord, I hear of showers of blessingThomas Kelly (Author)1
Lord, if thy people suffer griefThomas Kelly (Author)2
Lord, we come to seek thee earlyThomas Kelly (Author)2
Lord, we esteem the favor greatThomas Kelly (Author)5
Meeting in the Savior's nameThomas Kelly (Author)8
Men of God, go take your stationsThomas Kelly (Author)104
Methinks I stand upon the rockThomas Kelly (Author)2
My soul, with sacred joy surveyThomas Kelly (Author)10
Never leave us, nor forsake usThomas Kelly (Author)4
Nothing but the purest graceThomas Kelly (Author)2
Nothing know we of the season when the world shall pass awayThomas Kelly (Author)5
Now let a great effectual doorThomas Kelly (Author)2
Now let our faith with joy surveyThomas Kelly (Author)6
Now let the trumpet's cheerful soundThomas Kelly (Author)4
Now may the gospel's conquering powerThomas Kelly (Author)7
Now may the mighty arm awakeThomas Kelly (Author)2
O had I the wings of a doveThomas Kelly (Author)4
O Isr'l, for the strife prepareThomas Kelly (Author)3
O Israel, to thy tents repairKelly (Author)31
O joyful sound, O glorious hourThomas Kelly (Author)4
O may the gospel's conquering forceThomas Kelly (Author)2
O One with God the FatherThomas Kelly (Author)1
O thou God of our salvationThomas Kelly (Author)1
O 'tis a sound should fill the worldThomas Kelly (Author)4
O what a sound was there!Thomas Kelly (Author)2
O where is now that glowing loveThomas Kelly (Author)55
O Zion! when I think on theeThomas Kelly (Author)18
Obedient to our dying LordThomas Kelly (Author)2
Of Jesus we'll singThos. Kelly (Author)2
Of thy love some gracious tokenThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)10
Oh, momento glorioso, quando o Servo SofredorThomas Kelly (Author)2
On his father's throne is seatedThomas Kelly (Author)2
On our way rejoicingRev. Thos. Kelly (Author)1
On the mountain's top appearingThomas Kelly (Author)431
Onward, let my children goThomas Kelly (Author)2
Our Father sits on yonder throneThomas Kelly (Author)4
Our toils and conflicts ceaseThomas Kelly (Author)6
Ours is a rich and royal feastThomas Kelly (Author)2
Poor and afflicted, Lord, are thineThomas Kelly (Author)24
Por mil arpas y mil vocesThomas Kelly (Author)2
Praise God, from whom all blessings flow (Ken)Thos. Kelly (Author)1
Praise the Lord, who died to save usThomas Kelly (Author)3
Praise the Savior, we who know HimThomas Kelly (Author)52
Praise we him, by whose kind favorThomas Kelly (Author)8
Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore himThomas Kelley, 1769-1855 (Author)1
Precious volume what thou doestThomas Kelly (Author)2
Ready to perish, Lord we layThomas Kelly (Author)2
Rescued from the lake infernalThomas Kelly (Author)2
Saved ourselves by Jesus' bloodKelly (Author)9
Savior, bless Thy [the] word [words] to allKelly (Author)35
Savior, come, Thy friends are waitingThomas Kelly (Author)2
Savior come, Thy saints are waitingThomas Kelly (Author)2
Savior, send a blessing to usKelly (Author)9
Savior, when we call, O hear usT. Kelly (Author)4
See, from Zion's sacred mountainThomas Kelly (Author)92
See our Savior adds anotherThomas Kelly (Author)2
See that glory, how resplendentThomas Kelly (Author)2
See the vineyard thou hast plantedThomas Kelly (Author)6
Shall I to gain the world's applauseThomas Kelly (Author)8
Sing of Jesus' love foreverKelly (Author)7
Sing of Jesus, sing foreverThomas Kelly (Author)65
Sing, sing his lofty praiseThomas Kelly (Author)16
Skaden, helgon, se, ur stridenThomas Kelly (Author)2
Sku, o Sj'l, et Syn saa herligtThomas Kelly (Author)2
Sons of Zion, raise your songsThomas Kelly (Author)23
Sound, sound the truth abroadThomas Kelly (Author)82
Speed Thy servants, Savior, speed themThomas Kelly (Author)59
Stricken, smitten and afflicted, See Him dying on the tree!Thomas Kelly (Author)63
Sweet and solemn be the seasonKelly (Author)2
Sweet is the task to lead the youngThomas Kelly (Author)2
Sweet were the sounds that reached our earsThomas Kelly (Author)1
The atoning work is doneThomas Kelly (Author)48
The Christian voyager strikes the rockThomas Kelly (Author)9
The day of rest once more comes roundT. Kelly (Author)17
The gospel comes with welcome newsThomas Kelly (Author)11
The Head that once was crowned with thornsThomas Kelly (Author)380
The highest place that heaven affordsThomas Kelly (Author)2
The long expected morn has dawnedThomas Kelly (Author)5
The Lord himself will keepThomas Kelly (Author)3
"The Lord is risen indeed!" Attending angels, hearKelly (Author)1
"The Lord is risen indeed;" He lives to die no moreT. Kelly (Author)3
The Lord is ris'n indeed, Now is His work performedThomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)7
The Lord is risen indeed, The grave hath lost its preyKelly (Author)8
"The Lord is risen indeed;" And are the tidings true?Kelly (Author)188
The Lord of glory dwells on highThomas Kelly (Author)1
The Lord, who late was deadThomas Kelly (Author)2
The night is far spent, and the day is at hand, Already the dawn may be seen in the sky (Kelly)Thomas Kelly (Author)3
The night is now far spentThomas Kelly (Author)1
The people of the Lord are on their wayThomas Kelly (Author)26
The Savior bears a lovely nameThomas Kelly (Author)3
There's not a hope, with comfort fraughtThos. Kelly (Author)1
There's not a name beneath the skiesThomas Kelly (Author)2
They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength (Kelly)Thomas Kelly (Author)2
They who confess the Savior hereThomas Kelly (Author)2
Though all these things substantial seemThomas Kelly (Author)3
Through all the dangers of the nightKelly (Author)28
Through the day thy love has spared usThomas Kelly (Author)175
Thus saith God, of his anointedThomas Kelly (Author)5
Thy promise, Lord, just suits my caseThomas Kelly (Author)2
To Canaan's sacred bound we haste with songs of joyRev. Thomas Kelly (1769-1835) (Author)7
To God my Savior praise is dueThomas Kelly (Author)2
To the ark away, or perish Kelly (Author)5
To the far off regionsThomas Kelly (Author)2
To wait for that important dayThomas Kelly (Author)3
Trust ye in the Lord foreverThomas Kelly (Author)3
Ved a Cristo, Rey de gloriaThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)2
Ved al Cristo, Rey de gloriaThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)7
Voller Wunden, schmerzzerissenThomas Kelly (Author)1
We are, Lord, a vineyard plantedThomas Kelly (Author)1
We follow Thee, our GuideThomas Kelly (Author)2
We have heard the joyful newsThomas Kelly (Author)2
We lift our souls to GodThomas Kelly (Author)3
We praise, we worship thee, O God, Thy sovereign power we sound abroadThomas Kelly, 1769-1854 (Author)1
We sing the praise of Him who diedThomas Kelly (Author)132
We sing thy power, victorious LordThomas Kelly (Author)2
We were lost, but God has found usThomas Kelly (Author)2
Welcome hither, friends belovedThomas Kelly (Author)2
Welcome news the gospel brings Thomas Kelly (Author)5
Welcome sight, the Lord descendingThomas Kelly (Author)6
We'll sing, in spite of scornThomas Kelly (Author)3
We'll sing of the Shepherd that diedThomas Kelly (Author)5
Wer kommt dort von Deoms FlurenThomas Kelly (Author)1
We're bound for [to] yonder landRev. Thomas Kelly, 1769-1855 (Author)8
We've no abiding city hereKelly (Author)127
What is life! 'Tis but a vaporThomas Kelly (Author)62
What love is this the Father showsThomas Kelly (Author)2
What love, what pleasure, what surpriseThomas Kelly (Author)3
What tongue can tell, what fancy paintThomas Kelly (Author)2
What were Sinai's awful wondersThomas Kelly (Author)2
When all were enjoined by decreeThomas Kelly (Author)2
When Jesus to the temple cameThomas Kelly (Author)16
When we cannot see our wayThomas Kelly (Author)24
When we lay in sin pollutedThomas Kelly (Author)3
When we pass through yonder riverKelly (Author)33
Whence those sounds symphoniousThomas Kelly (Author)5
Whence those unusual [triumphant] bursts of joyThomas Kelly (Author)2
While contests rend the Christian churchThomas Kelly (Author)4
While in the world we still remainThomas Kelly (Author)7
While my Redeemer's nearKelly (Author)1
While our days on earth are lengthenedThomas Kelly (Author)1
Who are these that come from farThomas Kelly (Author)16
Who can tell how good and pleasantThomas Kelly (Author)3
Who is this that comes from Edom, All his raiment stained with bloodThomas Kelly (Author)69
Why should believers when they meetKelly (Author)3
Without blood is no remissionThomas Kelly (Author)3
Without blood is no remission Thus theThomas Kelly (Author)2
Ye saints, whose tears now often flowThomas Kelly (Author)3
Ye who love the cause of ZionThomas Kelly (Author)2
Yes, 'tis a rough and thorny roadThomas Kelly (Author)6
Yes, we trust the day is breakingThos. Kelly (Author)167
Zion is Jehovah's dwellingThomas Kelly (Author)3
Zion raget berg umschlossenThomas Kelly (Author)2
Zion stands by hills surroundedThomas Kelly (Author)302
Zion's King shall reign victoriousThomas Kelly (Author)23

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