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James Montgomery

James Montgomery
Short Name: James Montgomery
Full Name: Montgomery, James, 1771-1854
Birth Year: 1771
Death Year: 1854

James Montgomery (b. Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland, 1771; d. Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, 1854), the son of Moravian parents who died on a West Indies mission field while he was in boarding school, Montgomery inherited a strong religious bent, a passion for missions, and an independent mind. He was editor of the Sheffield Iris (1796-1827), a newspaper that sometimes espoused radical causes. Montgomery was imprisoned briefly when he printed a song that celebrated the fall of the Bastille and again when he described a riot in Sheffield that reflected unfavorably on a military commander. He also protested against slavery, the lot of boy chimney sweeps, and lotteries. Associated with Christians of various persuasions, Montgomery supported missions and the British Bible Society. He published eleven volumes of poetry, mainly his own, and at least four hundred hymns. Some critics judge his hymn texts to be equal in quality to those of Isaac Watts and Charles Wesley . Many were published in Thomas Cotterill's Selection of Psalms and Hymns (1819 edition) and in Montgomery's own Songs of Zion (1822), Christian Psalmist (1825), and Original Hymns (1853).

Bert Polman
Montgomery, James, son of John Montgomery, a Moravian minister, was born at Irvine, Ayrshire, Nov. 4, 1771. In 1776 he removed with his parents to the Moravian Settlement at Gracehill, near Ballymena, county of Antrim. Two years after he was sent to the Fulneck Seminary, Yorkshire. He left Fulneck in 1787, and entered a retail shop at Mirfield, near Wakefield. Soon tiring of that he entered upon a similar situation at Wath, near Rotherham, only to find it quite as unsuitable to his taste as the former. A journey to London, with the hope of finding a publisher for his youthful poems ended in failure; and in 1792 he was glad to leave Wath for Shefield to join Mr. Gales, an auctioneer, bookseller, and printer of the Sheffield Register newspaper, as his assistant. In 1794 Mr. Gales left England to avoid a political prosecution. Montgomery took the Sheffield Register in hand, changed its name to The Sheffield Iris, and continued to edit it for thirty-one years. During the next two years he was imprisoned twice, first for reprinting therein a song in commemoration of "The Fall of the Bastille," and the second for giving an account of a riot in Sheffield. The editing of his paper, the composition and publication of his poems and hynms, the delivery of lectures on poetry in Sheffield and at the Royal Institution, London, and the earnest advocacy of Foreign Missions and the Bible Society in many parts of the country, gave great variety but very little of stirring incident to his life. In 1833 he received a Royal pension of £200 a year. He died in his sleep, at the Mount, Sheffield, April 30, 1854, and was honoured with a public funeral. A statue was erected to his memory in the Sheffield General Cemetery, and a stained glass window in the Parish Church. A Wesleyan chapel and a public hall are also named in his honour. Montgomery's principal poetical works, including those which he edited, were:—

(1) Prison Amusements, 1797; (2) The Wanderer of Switzerland, 1806; (3) The West Indies, 1807; (4) The World before the Flood, 1813; (5) Greenland and Other Poems, 1819; (6) Songs of Zion, 1822; (7) The Christian Psalmist, 1825; (8) The Christian Poet, 1825; (9) The Pelican Island, 1828; (10) The Poet’s Portfolio, 1835; (11) Original Hymns for Public, Private, and Social Devotion, 1853. He also published minor pieces at various times, and four editions of his Poetical Works, the first in 1828, the second in 1836, the third in 1841, and the fourth in 1854. Most of these works contained original hymns. He also contributed largely to Collyer's Collection, 1812, and other hymnbooks published during the next 40 years, amongst which the most noticeable was Cotterill's Selections of 1819, in which more than 50 of his compositions appeared. In his Christian Psalmist, 1825, there are 100 of his hymns, and in his Original Hymns, 1853, 355 and 5 doxologies. His Songs of Zion, 1822, number 56. Deducting those which are repeated in the Original Hymns, there remain about 400 original compositions.

Of Montgomery's 400 hymns (including his versions of the Psalms) more than 100 are still in common use. With the aid of Montgomery's MSS. we have given a detailed account of a large number. The rest are as follows:—

i. Appeared in Collyer's Collection, 1812.
1. Jesus, our best beloved Friend. Personal Dedication to Christ.
2. When on Sinai's top I see. Sinai, Tabor, and Calvary.

ii. Appeared in Cotterill's Selection, 1819.
3. Come to Calvary's holy mountain. The Open Fountain.
4. God in the high and holy place. God in Nature. The cento in Com. Praise, 1879, and others, "If God hath made this world so fair," is from this hymn.
5. Hear me, O Lord, in my distress. Ps. cxliii.
6. Heaven is a place of rest from sin. Preparation for Heaven.
7. I cried unto the Lord most just. Ps. cxlii.
8. Lord, let my prayer like incense rise. Ps. cxxxix.
9. O bless the Lord, my soul! His grace to thee proclaim. Ps. ciii.
10. Out of the depths of woe. Ps. cxxx. Sometimes "When from the depths of woe."
11. The world in condemnation lay. Redemption.
12. Where are the dead? In heaven or hell? The Living and the Dead.

iii. Appeared in his Songs of Zion, 1822.
13. Give glory to God in the highest. Ps. xxix.
14. Glad was my heart to hear. Ps. cxxii.
15. God be merciful to me. Ps. lxix.
16. God is my strong salvation. Ps. xxvii.
17. Hasten, Lord, to my release. Ps. lxx.
18. Have mercy on me, O my God. Ps. li.
19. Hearken, Lord, to my complaints. Ps. xlii.
20. Heralds of creation cry. Ps. cxlviii.
21. How beautiful the sight. Ps. cxxxiii.
22. How precious are Thy thoughts of peace. Ps. cxxxix.
23. I love the Lord, He lent an ear. Ps. cxvi.
24. In time of tribulation. Ps. lxxvii.
25. Jehovah is great, and great be His praise. Ps. xlviii. Sometimes, "0 great is Jehovah, and great is His Name."
26. Judge me, O Lord, in righteousness. Ps. xliii.
27. Lift up your heads, ye gates, and wide. Ps.xxiv.
28. Lord, let me know mine [my] end. Ps. xxxi.
29. Of old, 0 God, Thine own right hand. Ps. lxxx.
30. O God, Thou art [my] the God alone. Ps. lxiii.
31. 0 Lord, our King, how excellent. Ps. viii. Sometimes, "0 Lord, how excellent is Thy name."
32. O my soul, with all thy powers. Ps. ciii.
33. One thing with all my soul's desire. Ps. xxvii. From this, "Grant me within Thy courts a place."
34. Searcher of hearts, to Thee are known. Ps. cxxxix.
35. Thank and praise Jehovah's name. Ps. cvii.
36. Thee will I praise, O Lord in light. Ps. cxxxviii.
37. The Lord is King; upon His throne. Ps. xciii.
38. The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know. Ps. xxiii.
39. The tempter to my soul hath said. Ps. iii.
40. Thrice happy he who shuns the way. Ps. i.
41. Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declare. Ps. xix.
42. Thy law is perfect, Lord of light. Ps. xix.
43. Who make the Lord of hosts their tower. Ps. cxxv.
44. Yea, I will extol Thee. Ps. xxx.

iv. Appeared in his Christian Psalmist. 1825.
45. Fall down, ye nations, and adore. Universal adoration of God desired.
46. Food, raiment, dwelling, health, and friends. The Family Altar.
47. Go where a foot hath never trod. Moses in the desert. Previously in the Leeds Congregational Collection, 1822.
48. Green pastures and clear streams. The Good Shepherd and His Flock.
49. Less than the least of all. Mercies acknowledged.
50. Not to the mount that burned with fire [flame]. Communion of Saints.
51. On the first Christian Sabbath eve. Easter Sunday Evening.
52. One prayer I have: all prayers in one. Resignation.
53. Our heavenly Father hear. The Lord's Prayer.
54. Return, my soul, unto thy rest. Rest in God.
55. Spirit of power and might, behold. The Spirit's renewing desired.
56. The Christian warrior, see him stand. The Christian Soldier. Sometimes, "Behold the Christian warrior stand."
57. The days and years of time are fled. Day of Judgment.
58. The glorious universe around. Unity.
59. The pure and peaceful mind. A Children's Prayer.
60. This is the day the Lord hath made (q. v.). Sunday.
61. Thy word, Almighty Lord. Close of Service.
62. What secret hand at morning light ? Morning.
63. While through this changing world we roam. Heaven.
64. Within these walls be peace. For Sunday Schools.

v. Appeared in his Original Hymns, 1853.
65. Behold yon bright array. Opening a Place of Worship.
66. Behold the book whose leaves display. Holy Scriptures.
67. Come ye that fear the Lord. Confirmation.
68. Home, kindred, friends, and country, these. Farewell to a Missionary.
69. Let me go, the day is breaking. Jacob wrestling.
70. Not in Jerusalem alone. Consecration of a Church.
71. Praise the high and holy One. God the Creator.

In common with most poets and hymnwriters, Montgomery strongly objected to any correction or rearrangement of his compositions. At the same time he did not hesitate to alter, rearrange, and amend the productions of others. The altered texts which appeared in Cotterill's Selections, 1819, and which in numerous instances are still retained in some of the best hymnbooks, as the "Rock of Ages," in its well-known form of three stanzas, and others of equal importance, were made principally by him for Cotterill's use. We have this confession under his own hand.
As a poet, Montgomery stands well to the front; and as a writer of hymns he ranks in popularity with Wesley, Watts, Doddridge, Newton, and Cowper. His best hymns were written in his earlier years. In his old age he wrote much that was unworthy of his reputation. His finest lyrics are "Angels from the realms of glory," "Go to dark Gethsemane," "Hail to the Lord's Anointed," and "Songs of praise the angels sang." His "Prayer is the soul's sincere desire," is an expanded definition of prayer of great beauty; and his "Forever with the Lord" is full of lyric fire and deep feeling. The secrets of his power as a writer of hymns were manifold. His poetic genius was of a high order, higher than most who stand with him in the front rank of Christian poets. His ear for rhythm was exceedingly accurate and refined. His knowledge of Holy Scripture was most extensive. His religious views were broad and charitable. His devotional spirit was of the holiest type. With the faith of a strong man he united the beauty and simplicity of a child. Richly poetic without exuberance, dogmatic without uncharitableness, tender without sentimentality, elaborate without diffusiveness, richly musical without apparent effort, he has bequeathed to the Church of Christ wealth which could onlv have come from a true genius and a sanctified! heart.

--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Texts by James Montgomery (694)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
بحسب كلمة العليJames Montgomery (Author)Arabic1
مع ربنا الفادي نكون كل حينJames Montgomery (Author)Arabic1
صوت يوبيل اسمعواJames Montgomery (Author)Arabic1
頌讚受膏的基督,君尊大衛後裔!(Sòng zàn shòu gāo de jīdū, jūn zūndà wèi hòuyì!)James Montgomery (Author)Chinese2
我們照你恩惠話語 (Wǒmen zhào nǐ ēnhuì huàyǔ)James Montgomery (Author)Chinese2
Зь неба Ангелы зьляціце, пабывайце тут і тамJames Montgomery (Author)Belarusian2
A blessing on our pastor's headJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A child, a youth, a manJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A child is born, the birth proclaimJames Montgomery (Author)English3
A child of man, a child of GodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A children's temple here we buildJames Mongtomery (Author)English6
A grain of corn an infant's handJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A hundred years ago, not oneJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A penny is a little thingJames Montgomery (Author)3
A poor wayfaring man of griefJames Mongtomery (Author)86
A race on earth, a race we runJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A sure and tried foundation stoneJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A willow by the water course James Montgomery (Author)3
A world of sinners once was drownedJames Montgomery (Author)English2
A year, another year is fledMontgomery (Author)English6
According to thy gracious wordJames Montgomery (Author)English438
Again, on this rejoicing dayJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Again our ears have heard the voiceJames Mongtomery (Author)English25
Ages, ages have departedJames Montgomery (Author)3
Ah, give me, Lord, the single eyeJames Montgomery (Author)3
Ah now my spirit faintsMontgomery (Author)2
Al ser yo tentadoJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
All glory to the Father be, All glory to the SonJames Montgomery (Author)2
All glory to the Father be, Coequal glory to the SonJames Montgomery (Author)2
All hail, thy church's Savior dearJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English8
All hearts are open to Thy viewJames Montgomery (Author)English2
All hearts to Thee are open hereJames Montgomery (Author)English2
All Thy works, with one accordJames Montgomery (Author)English2
All-wise, almighty, and all-goodJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
All ye nations [gentiles], praise the LordMontgomery (Author)English75
Almight Spirit, now beholdJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Almighty Father, bless the WordJ. Montgomery (Author)English3
Almighty God, in humble prayerJames Montgomery (Author)English91
Almighty God, thy word is castMontgomery (Author)English1
An earthly temple here we raiseJames Montgomery (Author)4
Anĝelar' el regnoj glorajJames Montgomery (Author)Esperanto4
And did the Son of God appearJames Montgomery (Author)English2
And duly shall appear in verdureJames Montgomery (Author)2
And why, dear Savior, tell me whyJames Mongtomery (Author)English2
Ángeles, alzad el cantoJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)Spanish3
Angeles de alta gloriaJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish6
Angeles del alta gloriaJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
Angels from the realms of glory, Wing your flight o'er all the earthJames Mongtomery (Author)English590
Angels, the firstborn sons of lightJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Anjos das mansões de glóriaJames Montgomery (Author)Portuguese2
Another day, a day of graceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Approach, thou blessed of the LordMontgomery (Author)1
Arabia's desert rangerMontgomery (Author)5
Arise, and bless the LordMontgomery (Author)English25
Arise and shine, your light is comeMontgomery (Author)English4
Around the throne of grace we meetJames Montgomery (Author)English2
As fail the waters from the deepJames Montgomery (Author)1
As from the winter skyJames Montgomery (Author)English2
As God the spirit leadsJames Montgomery (Author)2
As round about JerusalemJames Montgomery (Author)2
As the hart, with eager looksMontgomery (Author)English66
Ask, and ye shall receive, On this my hope I buildJames Montgomery (Author)English6
Assembled in Thy house of prayerJames Montgomery (Author)English2
At evening time, let there be lightJames Mongtomery (Author)18
At evening time, when day is doneJames Montgomery (Author)3
At evening, when his toils were o'erJames Montgomery (Author)1
At every motion [moment] of our breathJames Montgomery (Author)English16
At once upon ten thousand flowersMontgomery (Author)3
At thy rebuke the bloomJames Montgomery (Author)1
Auf ewig bei dem HerrnJames Montgomery (Author)German1
Awake, awake, put on thy strength, thy beautiful arrayJames Montgomery (Author)1
Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earthMontgomery (Author)98
Be known to us in breaking breadJames Mongtomery (Author)English45
Behold the Book, whose leaves displayJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Behold the Christian warrior stand J. Montgomery (Author)English39
Behold! the mountain of the LordMontgomery (Author)English1
Behold yon bright arrayJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Beneath the star-lit archMontgomery (Author)4
Beyond the flight of time Montgomery (Author)4
Beyond this vale of tears there is a life aboveJames Montgomery (Author)2
Bless ye the Lord with solemn riteMontgomery (Author)2
Blessed be thy name, Jesus Christ, the sameJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Blow ye the trumpet abroad o'er the seaJames Mongtomery (Author)4
Body and soul to Thee I giveJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Bow every knee at Jesus' nameJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Bright and joyful is the mornJ. Montgomery (Author)English53
Brother and friend, with heart and voiceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Brought forth to judgment, Jesus standsJames Montgomery (Author)3
But who shall reach thine holy placeJames Montgomery (Author)2
By thy birth, and by thy tearsJames Montgomery (Alterer)English1
Call Jehovah thy salvationJames Montgomery (Author)English176
Canito ti suutJames Montgomery (Author)Tagalog2
Children of Zion, know your King, Your own Messiah hailJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Claim thy peace, thy consolationJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Climb we the mountain afarJames Montgomery (Author)4
Com prazer nos congregamos para a ceia do SenhorJames Montgomery (Author)1
Come and behold the works of GodJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Come at the morning hourJames Montgomery (Author)33
Come, from your dwellings, girls and boysJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Come in, beloved of the LordJames Montgomery (Author)4
Come in thou blessed of the Lord! O come in Jesus' precious name (Kelly)Montgomery (Author)5
Come in, thou blessed of the Lord, Stranger nor foe art thouJames Mongtomery (Author)English50
Come, let us go to heavenJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Come, let us join our souls to God In everlasting bandsMontgomery (Author)6
Come let us sing the song of songsJames Mongtomery (Author)English100
Come on, companions of our wayJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Come see the place where Jesus lay, For he hath left his gloomy bedMontgomery (Author)English10
Come to Calvary's holy mountainJames Mongtomery (Author)English144
Come to the land of peaceJ. Montgomery (Author)5
Come to the morning prayerJames Mongtomery (Author)English15
Come to the throne of GraceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Come, ye that fear the Lord, And love him while ye fearJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
Command thy blessing from aboveJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English45
Communion of my Savior's bloodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Could I command with voice or penJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Creator, Redeemer, and Spirit of TruthJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Cristo, al ser tentadoJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
Cuando sea tentado, Cristo, ven a míJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)Spanish3
Daa, mala’iku ke shaidarJames Montgomery (Author)Hausa2
Dacay angeles ti gloriaJames Montgomery (Author)Tagalog2
Dad gloria al UngidoJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish5
Daughter of Zion, from the dustJames Mongtomery (Author)English138
Del alma es la oraciónJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
Du kommer, Herrens smordeJames Montgomery (Author)1
Du, som gaar udJames Montgomery (Author)Norwegian3
Dust and ashes, sin and guiltJames Montgomery (1771-1854) (Author)English6
Eilet nach GethsemaneJames Montgomery (Author)2
Encompassed with ten thousand illsMontgomery (Author)3
Ere another Sabbath's closeJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)1
"Eterne ĉe l' Sinjor'!James Montgomery (Author)Esperanto5
Eternity! Eternity! That boundless, soundless, tideless, seaJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Extol the Lord, the Lord most highJames Mongtomery (Author)4
Eyaŋpaha wakaŋpi kinJames Montgomery (Author)Other...1
Følger med til UrtegaardenJames Montgomery (Author)Norwegian3
Fair shines the morning starJames Montgomery (Author)English29
Faith, hope, and charity, these threeJames Montgomery (Author)English31
Faith is the polar starMontgomery (Author)1
Faithful, O Lord, thy mercies areJ. Montgomery (Author)6
Fall down ye nations, and adoreJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Father of all our mercies, thouJames Montgomery (Author)English8
Father of eternal graceJames Montgomery (Author)English24
Father of glory, God of graceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Father of Jesus Christ our Lord, Our Father too through Him art ThouJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Father of light, and life, and loveJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Father of lights from whom aloneJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Father! reveal Thy Son in meJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English4
Father! Thy will, not mine, be doneJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English9
Father, to us thy Son revealJames Montgomery (Author)1
Few, few and evil are thy daysMontgomery (Author)English6
Fiel, eterno e santo amorJames Montgomery (Author)1
Fight the good fight; lay holdJames Mongtomery (Author)11
Flee from the wrath to comeJames Montgomery (Author)1
Flowers grow in sweet societiesJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Food, raiment, dwelling, health and friendsMontgomery (Author)English3
Forever with the Lord, Father, if 'tis thy willMontgomery (Author)6
For the mercies of the dayMontgomery (Author)7
Forever with the Lord! Amen, so let it beJames Mongtomery (Author)English455
Free, though in chains, the mountains standJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Friend after friend departsJames Mongtomery (Author)English158
Friends of the poor, the young, the weakMontgomery (Author)English8
From Calvary a cry was heardMontgomery (Author)English3
From Calvary's cross a fountain flowsJames Montgomery (Adapter)1
From day to day, before our eyesMontgomery (Author)14
From heav'n the King of Glory cameJames Montgomery (Author)English2
From little ones to Jesus broughtJames Montgomery (Author)2
From year to year in love we meetMontgomery (Author)32
Full speed along the world's highwayJames Mongtomery (Author)English8
Gebet ist unser tiefstes SehnenJames Mongtomery (Author)8
Gethesemane can I forgetJames Montgomery (Author)2
Give glory to God in the highest; give praiseJames Montgomery (Author)10
Give glory to the Lord, Extol his holy nameJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Give tongues of fire, and hearts of loveMontgomery (Author)3
Glad was my heart to hearJames Montgomery (Author)English28
Glory, O Father! beJames Montgomery (Author)2
Glory to the Father be, Equal glory to the SonJames Montgomery (Author)2
Glory to the Father be, Glory to the SonJames Montgomery (Author)2
Glory to the Father give, God, in whom we move and liveJames Mongtomery (Author)English129
Go to dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)385
Go to the grave in all thy glorious primeMontgomery (Author)English105
Go, when the morning shinethMontgomery (Author)English1
Go where a foot hath never trodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Go, ye messengers of GodMontgomery (Author)English1
God! be merciful to me, For my spirit trusts in TheeMontgomery (Author)English3
God comes, with succor speedyMontgomery (Author)17
God in his temple let us meetJames Montgomery (Author)English12
God, in the high and holy placeJames Mongtomery (Author)English54
God is in his holy temple, All the earth, keep silence here!J. Montgomery (Author)English51
God is my strong salvationJames Montgomery (Author)English222
God is our refuge and defense; In trouble our unfailing aidJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English31
God is our strength and songJames Montgomery (Author)1
God made all his creatures freeMontgomery (Author)25
God moves in a mysterious wayJ. Montgomery (Author)English1
God o'er all supremely blestMontgomery (Author)English5
God of all grace, we bring to theeJames Montgomery (Author)1
God of all grace, we come to theeJ. Montgomery (Author)9
God over all, the sun by dayJames Montgomery (Author)English2
God said, Let there be lightJames Montgomery (Author)English2
God scorns not humble thingsJames Montgomery (Author)2
God shall charge his angel legionsJames Montgomery (Author)English25
God the Creator blessedJames Montgomery (Author)English4
God's truth is my foundationJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Grace, like a fountain, ever flowsMontgomery (Author)3
Grant me within thy courts a placeJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English21
Green pastures and clear streamsMontgomery (Author)English22
Gyd ud din Aand, o Herre GudJames Montgomery (Author)2
Hail, all hail, the King of kingsJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Hail to the Lord's anointedJames Montgomery (Author)English621
Hallelujah! heart and voiceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Hallowed be this humble spotJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
Happy the child, who early makesJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Hark, the Savior's voice from heavenJames Mongtomery (Author)21
Hark! the song of jubileeJames Montgomery (Author)English317
Hark, the vesper hymn is stealingMontgomery (Author)1
Hasten, Lord, to my releaseMontgomery (Author)20
Hath God cast off for everMontgomery (Author)4
Have mercy on me, O my GodJames Montgomery (Author)6
He climbed the mountain; and beholdJames Montgomery (Author)English2
He comes, with succor speedyJames Mongtomery (Author)4
He mijaly ny MpamonjyJ. Montgomery (Author)Malagasy2
He saved others, scorners criedJames Montgomery (Author)English2
He shall come down like showersJames Montgomery (Author)7
He that from dross would win the precious oreJames Mongtomery (Author)3
He that overcomes through meJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Head of Thy Church, her glorious HeadJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Hear me, O Lord! in my distress, Hear me in truth and righteousnessMontgomery (Author)English7
Hearken, Lord, to my complaintsMontgomery (Author)21
Heart broken, friendless, poor, cast downJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)2
Heaven as a tent Thine hand displayedJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Heaven is a place of rest from sinMontgomery (Author)English33
Heralds of creation! cryMontgomery (Author)English30
Here in the body pentMontgomery (Author)5
Here, in thy name, eternal GodJames Montgomery (Author)English71
Here, when the people seek thy faceJames Montgomery (Author)2
Here young and old, here great and smallJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Hid in the rock-cleft, let me standJames Montgomery (Author)English2
High Priest for sinners, Jesus, LordJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Higher, higher we will [will we] climbJames Mongtomery (Author)10
Him wilt Thou keep in perfect peaceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Holy, holy, holy, Lord, God of hosts, when heaven and earthJames Montgomery (Author)English76
Holy, holy, holy, Lord, In the highest heavens adoredJames Mongtomery (Author)8
Home, kindred, friends, and country, theseJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Hosanna be our cheerful songJames Mongtomery (Author)7
Hosanna be the children's songJames Montgomery (Author)English103
Hosianna, Hosianna, Hosianna! Hosianna bringen wir heute darJames Montgomery (Author)German1
How amiable, how fairMontgomery (Author)English3
How beautiful the sight Of brethren who agreeMontgomery (Author)English44
How can we sinners knowJames Montgomery (Author (C))English1
How long, ye sons of men wil yeJames Montgomery (Author)English4
How lovely and how fairJames Mongtomery (Author)5
How many generations deadJames Montgomery (Author)English2
How precious are thy thoughts of peaceJames Montgomery (Author)8
How shall a contrite spirit prayJames Montgomery (Author)English3
How shall we come before the Lord?James Montgomery (Author)English2
How solemn are the words, And yet to faith how plainMontgomery (Author)1
Humbly before thy throne, good Lord!James Montgomery (Author)English2
Humbly, my God, with Thee I walkJames Montgomery (Author)English2
I and my house will serve the LordMontgomery (Author)English2
I build my house upon a rock,--James Montgomery (Author)English2
I cannot call affliction sweetMontgomery (Author)English28
I feed by faith on ChristMontgomery (Author)1
I feed by faith on Christ, my breadMontgomery (Author)17
I hear at morn and evenJames Montgomery (Author)3
I left the God of truth and lightMontgomery (Author)English27
I love the Lord; He lent an earJames Mongtomery (Author)English10
I take the journey of a dayJames Montgomery (Author)English3
I travel all the irksome nightMontgomery (Author)8
I will love the Lord; for HeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
I wooed ambition, climbed the poleMontgomery (Author)2
If sang the morning stars for joyJames Montgomery (Author)2
I'm trusting God for grace and powerJames Montgomery (Author)2
In a garden, man was placedJames Montgomery (Author)English2
In a land of strange delightMontgomery (Author)English7
In all my ways, O GodMontgomery (Author)2
In darkness as in lightMontgomery (Author)3
In God's own workmanship displayedMontgomery (Author)2
In one fraternal bond of loveJames Mongtomery (Author)15
In spirit when I took my flightJames Montgomery (Author)English2
In the beginning, God said BeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
In the hour of trialJames Mongtomery (Author)English414
In the morning hear my voiceJames Montgomery (Author)English9
In thy house when now we singJames Montgomery (Author)3
In thy house while now we singJames Mongtomery (Author)3
In thy presence we appearJames Mongtomery (Author)English18
In time of tribulationJames Montgomery (Author)English30
In vain the preacher cried, RepentJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Is summer ended, harvest pastJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Is this the day that gave me birth?James Montgomery (Author)English2
Isaac was ransom'd when he layJames Montgomery (Author)English2
It is the Lord! Behold His handJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Itancan, kta sdayapi (Hail to the Lord's Anointed)James Montgomery (Author)Dakota2
Itaŋcaŋ miciṭa, NiyeJames Montgomery (Author)Dakota1
Jehová mi pastor es, no me faltaráJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish3
Jerusalem, my glorious homeMontgomery (Author)4
Jerusalem, my happy home, Name ever dear to meJ. Montgomery (Author (attributed to))English39
Jesús, dejando su poderJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
Jesus, by those he called his ownJames Montgomery (Author)2
Jesus, I my cross have taken, All to leave and follow TheeMontgomery (Author)English10
Jesus, Lord, our Captain gloriousJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Translator)1
Jesus, minaġi kiŋJames Montgomery (Author)Dakota1
Jesus o lar do céu deixouJames Montgomery (Author)Portuguese2
Jesus, our best beloved FriendJ. Montgomery (Author)English52
Joyful in Thy House of PrayerJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Joyful words, we meet againMontgomery (Author)1
Judge me, Lord, in righteousnessJames Mongtomery (Author)6
Kings shall fall down before himJames Montgomery (Author)1
Know, my soul, thy full salvationMontgomery (Author)8
Less than the least of allMontgomery (Author)English3
Let mammon hold while mammon canJames Mongtomery (Author)4
Let me go, the day is breaking, Dear companions, let me goMontgomery (Author)English23
Let not the strong, the, rich, the wiseJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Let songs of praise arise; Teachers, your tribute bringJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Let the elders praise the LordJames Montgomery (Author)2
Let there be light: thus spake the WordMontgomery (Author)English7
Lift Up thine eyes, afflicted soulJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lift up your eyes, look roundJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lift up your heads, ye gates! and wideJames Mongtomery (Author)7
Lift up your heads, ye gates of brassJames Montgomery (Author)English74
Like Mary at her Savior's feetJames Montgomery (Author)5
Like Mary, when the angel cameJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Listen to the gentle promptingsJames Mongtomery (Author)15
Lone traveler in the vale of heartsMontgomery (Author)2
Look thou O Lord on him who liesJames Mongtomery (Author)3
Lord! are there eyes that see the sunJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lord, when this holy morning brokeJames Mongtomery (Author)English3
Lord, for thy servant David's sakeMontgomery (Author)4
Lord, forever at Thy side Let my place and portion beJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author (sts. 1-4))English61
Lord! give us ears to hearJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lord God, the Holy GhostMontgomery (Author)English192
Lord, I have foes without, withinJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Lord, I have put my trust in TheeJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Lord, in thy garden agonyJames Montgomery (Author)5
Lord Jesus Christ, the children's Friend, On us lift up Thy gracious handsJames Montgomery (Author)4
Lord, let me know mine end, My days how brief their dateJames Montgomery (Author)English19
Lord, let my prayer like incense rise, And when I lift my hands to theeJames Mongtomery (Author)English11
Lord of all power and might, All want and weakness weJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lord of hosts, to Thee we raiseJames Montgomery (1771-1854) (Author)English147
Lord, teach me how to pray, With reverence and with fearJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Lord, teach us how to pray arightJames Mongtomery (Author)English160
Lord, teach thy servants how to prayJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lord, Thou hast been Thy people's restJames Montgomery (Author)English11
Lord, though thy wisdom takes awayMontgomery (Author)2
Lord, when thy people seek thy faceJames Montgomery (Author)7
Lord, when we search the human heartJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Lord, who shall reach thy holy placeJames Montgomery (Author)3
Love is the theme of saints aboveJames Mongtomery (Author)English12
Lovest thou me, I hear my Savior sayMontgomery (Author)English5
L'r os, o Gud, at bede retJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Maḣpiyata watiJames Montgomery (Author)Dakota1
Maker, Upholder, Ruler, theeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Maniry izahay (We wish to come to You)J. Montgomery (Author)Malagasy2
May I remember, Lord, to theeJames Montgomery (Author)2
Men of God, go take your stationsMontgomery (Author)3
Mercy alone can meet my caseJames Mongtomery (Author)English31
Mercy and goodness, O my GodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Millions within Thy courts have metJames Mongtomery (Author)English56
Min savas mia Dio, do kiun timu mi?James Montgomery (Author)Esperanto4
Moments and minutes, hours and daysJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Mor agos ambell waith I dreiddgar olwg ffyddJames Montgomery (Author)1
Morning of the Sabbath dayJames Montgomery (Author)English3
My Father's house on highMontgomery (Author)36
My God, beneath Thy watching eyeJames Montgomery (Author)English4
My gracious Lord, I own thy rightMontgomery (Author)English2
My gracious Lord, whose changeless loveJames Montgomery (Author)10
My House shall be an House of PrayerJames Montgomery (Author)English2
My Son, give me thine heart, and letJames Montgomery (Author)English2
My thirsty spirit faintsJames Montgomery (Author)2
My times are in Thy hand, O gracious GodJ. Montgomery Wilson (Author)2
Night is the time to museJames Montgomery (Author)2
Night is the time to weepJames Montgomery (Author)1
Night turns to day when sullen darkness lowersJames Montgomery (Author)3
Not by the brazen trumpet's voiceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Not here, as to the prophet's eyeJames Mongtomery (Author)English7
Not in Jerusalem aloneJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Not to the Mount that burn'd with fireJames Montgomery (Author)English6
Nothing into this world we broughtJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Now in holy convocationJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Now living waters flowMontgomery (Author)9
Now Lord of lords and King of kingsJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Now may the Lord our shepherd leadJames Mongtomery (Author)8
Now weigh the anchor, hoist the sailJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Nun al Kristo sonu kantoJ. Montgomery (Translator into English)1
O be joyful, every nationJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O bless the Lord, my soul, His grace to thee proclaimJ. Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English70
O bless the Lord, my soul, His mercies bear in mindMontgomery (Author)2
O come, let us raiseMontgomery (Author)English14
O come, let us sing to the Lord, In God our salvation rejoiceMontgomery (Author)English14
O for the death of thoseJames Montgomery (Author)English10
O for the wisdom from aboveJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O God, our Father, thine aloneJames Montgomery (Author)3
O God, thou art my God alone, Early to thee my soul shall cryMontgomery (Author)English94
O God, unseen, but not unknownMontgomery (Author)English9
O God, we praise Thee, and we ownJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O great is Jehovah, and great be his praiseMontgomery (Author)13
O have you not heard of a beautiful streamJ. Montgomery (Author)English2
O holy war those servants wageJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Let the land mourn through all its coastsJames Montgomery (Author)English4
O Lord my King, how excellentJames Montgomery (Author)2
O Lord our God, Thy light and truthJames Mongtomery (Author)English8
O Lord, our King, how excellent James Montgomery (Author)English7
O love, beyond conception greatMontgomery (Author)2
O my soul! with all thy powersJames Montgomery (Author)English4
O Spirit of the living God, In all Thy plenitude of graceMontgomery (Author)257
O Spirit of the Lord, prepareJames Mongtomery (Author)3
O take away this evil heartJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O that I knew where I might find My righteous Judge's seatJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O that it were as it hath beenJames Montgomery (Author)2
O thou by whom we come to GodJames Montgomery (Author)5
O Thou, in whom we live and move And have our being! meet us hereJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O thou, my light, my life, my joyJames Mongtomery (Author)18
O thou whose mercy guides my wayMontgomery (Author)1
O! What a privilege to kneelJames Montgomery (Author)English2
O where shall rest be foundJames Mongtomery (Author)English458
O who in such a world as thisMontgomery (Author)English14
Obediente a tu mandatoJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish4
Ocean and land the globe divideMontgomery (Author)2
Of him the sacred record saithJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Of old, O God, thine own right handJames Montgomery (Author)3
Oft his silent spirit wentJames Mongtomery (Author)2
¡Oh, dónde se hallará del alma el descansar!J. Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
O thou above all praiseJames Montgomery (Author)9
Oh! Valiant-for-the-TruthJames Montgomery (Author)English2
On earth we meet again belowJames Montgomery (Author)English2
On His pilgrimage of woeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
On our span-long pilgrimageJames Montgomery (Author)English2
On the first Christian Sabbath eveJ. Montgomery (Author)English16
Once more to Bethany,James Montgomery (Author)English2
Once more, to pay our annual vowsJames Montgomery (Author)English2
One human pair, and only oneJames Montgomery (Author)English2
One prayer I have, all prayers in oneJames Montgomery (Author)English97
One song of praise, one song of prayerJames Montgomery (Author)English3
One thing, with all my soul's desireMontgomery (Author)English4
Oppressed with guilt, convinced of sinJames Montgomery (Author)1
Optaye Jesus Tawa kiŋJames Montgomery (Author)Dakota1
Our Captain leads us onMontgomery (Author)3
Our heavenly Father, hear The prayer we offer nowJames Mongtomery (Author)English139
Our heavenly Father, hear our prayerJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Our Master, Jesus, reigned aboveJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Our parents, brothers, sisters, friendsJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Our Savior's words are, Watch and prayJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Our schools are nurseries belowJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
Our soul shall magnify the Lord, In him our spirit shall rejoiceJames Mongtomery (Author)English9
Our willing feet shall standMontgomery (Author)10
Out of the depths of woeMontgomery (Author)English48
Palms of glory, raiment brightJames Mongtomery (Author)English100
Patient prayer has power with GodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Peace that passeth understanding, Peace to calm the bosom's strifeJames Mongtomery (Author)English6
People of the living God, I have sought the world aroundMontgomery (Author)228
Pour out Thy Spirit from on highJames Mongtomery (Author)English149
Power from on high, O God, impartMontgomery (Author)English5
Praise him, all ye hosts aboveJames Montgomery (Author)3
Praise the High, the Holy OneMontgomery (Author)English5
Praise the Lord, O praise the Lord (Montgomery)James Montgomery (Author)2
Praise the Lord through every nationJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Paraphraser)English13
Praise we to the Father giveJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Praise ye the Lord, from pole to poleJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Pray for Jerusalem, the city of our GodJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Prayer is appointed to conveyJames Montgomery (Author)English1
Prayer is the contrite sinner's voiceJames Mongtomery (Author)22
Prayer is the simplest form of speechJames Montgomery (Author)2
Prayer is the soul's sincere desireJames Montgomery (Author)English656
Prayer is the spirit of our GodJames Montgomery (Author)1
Prince of Peace, control my willJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Proclaim the year of Jubilee, New songs of glory singJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Pueblo del eterno DiosJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
Religion bids all sin departMontgomery (Author)4
Religion's yoke is soft and lightJames Montgomery (Author)1
Rest from thy labor, restJames Montgomery (Author)English22
Return, my soul, enjoy thy restMontgomery (Author)English1
Return, my soul, unto thy rest, From vain pursuits and maddening caresMontgomery (Author)English39
Return, my soul, unto thy rest, From God no longer roamJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Save me Lord in this distressMontgomery (Author)6
Searcher of hearts, to Thee are knownMontgomery (Author)English16
See the leaves around us fallingMontgomery (Author)1
Según tu dicho y voluntadJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish3
Segun tu palabra al morirJames Montgomery (Author)Spanish2
Send out Thy light and truth, O GodJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English6
Servants of God, well doneJames Montgomery (Author)2
Servant of God, well done, Rest from thy loved employJames Mongtomery (Author)English159
Servants of God, in joyful laysJames Mongtomery (Author)English42
Shepherd of souls, refresh and blessJames Mongtomery (Author)English67
Sing a new song unto the Lord; His mercies, every morning newJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Sing Hallelujah, sing glory to God aloneJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Sing we the song of those who standMontgomery (Author)English79
Sinners, for transgression, seeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Sinners of Adam's fallen raceMontgomery (Author)2
Sleep, weary world, and take thy restJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Son of the living God, displayJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Songs of praise awoke the mornJ. Montgomery (Author)23
Songs of praise the angels sangJames Montgomery (Author)English393
Soon as the light of morning brokeJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Sow in the morn thy seedJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English302
Spirit, leave thy house of clayMontgomery (Author)English43
Spirit of life, and light, and love, Thy glorious gifts impartJames Montgomery (Author)1
Spirit of power and might, beholdJames Montgomery (Author)English53
Spread, O spread, thou mighty wordJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English1
Spring up, O well, sweet fountain, springJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Stand up, and bless the Lord Ye people of his choiceJames Mongtomery (Author)English279
Stand up, and bless the Lord, your GodJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)2
Strangers and pilgrims here below Like all our fathers in their dayJames Montgomery (Author)3
Strangers, whence came ye to the WestJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Suender, die ihr tief gefallenJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Sun, moon and stars, by day and nightJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Sweet is Thy mercy, O my GodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Sweet the hour of tribulationJames Montgomery (Author)2
Thank and praise Jehovah's nameJ. Montgomery (Author)English75
The bird that soars on highest wingJames Mongtomery (Author)English15
The blessing of a night's reposeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The brightest morning of the yearJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The broken ties of happier daysMontgomery (Author)11
The children's angels always viewJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The Christian warrior, see him standMontgomery (Author)English39
The cross, the cross, O that's my gainMontgomery (Author)1
The days and years of time are fledJames Montgomery (Author)English3
The days of Paradise were fewJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The dew lies thick upon the groundJames Montgomery (Author)1
The earth is thine, its varied realmsMontgomery (Author)3
The earth is thine, Jehovah, thineMontgomery (Author)10
The earth, O Lord, is ever thineJames Montgomery (Author)2
The earth, the ocean, and the skyJames Montgomery (Author)2
The end of all things is at handJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The glorious universe aroundMontgomery (Author)English53
The God of harvest praiseJames Mongtomery (Author)English145
The God of nature and of graceMontg. (Author)English29
The God of your forefathers praiseJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The grace of Jesus Christ our Lord, The Father's love with sweet accordJames Montgomery (Author)English5
The ground on which this day we standJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The heathen perish, day by dayJ. Montgomery (Author)English26
The joy of the earthMontgomery (Author)2
The King of Glory we proclaimJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The lighthouse founded on a rockJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The Lord forgives thy sinsJames Montgomery (Author)2
The Lord himself shall comeJames Mongtomery (Author)5
The Lord is gracious to forgiveJames Montgomery (Author)3
The Lord is in his holy place, And from his throne on highMontgomery (Author)English17
The Lord is King: upon His throneJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English6
The Lord is my Shepherd, He makes me reposeJas. Montgomery (Author)1
The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know (Montgomery)James S. Montgomery (Author)English384
The Lord is on our side, His people now may sayMontgomery (Author)3
The Lord will grace and glory giveJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English4
The moment comes, the only oneMontgomery (Author)4
The moment comes, when strength shall failJames Montgomery (Author)3
The morning dawns upon the placeMontgomery (Author)English43
The morning flowers display their sweetsMontgomery (Author)English1
The morning stars in concert sangJames Montgomery (Author)English5
The mountains shall departJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The Name, the Name o'er every nameJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The one thing needful be our choiceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The pains of death are pastJames Montgomery (Author)2
The peace of God surpassing thoughtJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The peace which God alone revealsMontgomery (Author)1
The poorest of the poor are weJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The pure and peaceful mindJames Mongtomery (Author)English3
The Sabbath of the Lord, the Sabbath is our dayJames Mongtomery (Author)English15
The Savior stood on OlivetJames Montgomery (Author)1
The scene around me disappearsJames Montgomery (Author)English7
The sting of death is sinJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The sun clear-shining after showersJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The sunbeams, infinitely smallJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The tempter to my heart hath saidJames Montgomery (Author)1
The tempter to my soul hath saidMontg. (Author)English26
The tender mercies of our LordJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The tongue, the tongue, with all its powersJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The truth is my keeper no want shall I knowJames Montgomery (Author)2
The voice at midnight cameJames Montgomery (Author)2
The warrior saint behold him standJames Mongtomery (Author)2
The wind that brake the rocks, and rentJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The Word of God, the Word of truthJames Montgomery (Author)English2
The world can never give the blissMontgomery (Author)4
The world in condemnation layJames Montgomery (Author)English4
Thee, in the watches of the night, My spirit would adoreJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Thee we adore, eternal Lord!James Montgomery (Assisted by)English1
Thee will I praise, O Lord, in lightJames Montgomery (Author)2
Thee, with the tribes asembledMontgomery (Author)4
There is a calm for those who weepJ. Montgomery (Author)97
There is a death whose pant Outlasts the fleeting breathJames Montgomery (Author)2
There is a God, all Nature criesJames Montgomery (Author)English2
There is a holy sacrificeJames Montgomery (Author)English4
There is a river pure and brightJames Mongtomery (Author)English7
They that mourn in dungeon gloomJames Montgomery (Author)2
They that toil upon the deepJames Mongtomery (Author)20
They walked with God in peace and loveJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English2
Thine arm, O Lord, of oldJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Thine eye, Lord God, alone can seeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
This is the day the Lord hath made, Let young and old rejoiceJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
This mortal life will soon be pastJames Montgomery (Author)1
This place is holy groundMontgomery (Author)38
This stone to Thee in faith we layJames Mongtomery (Author)English62
This world can never giveJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Thou art our Shepherd, glorious GodJames Mongtomery (Author)14
Thou art the Way, to Thee aloneMongtomery (Author)English2
Thou Father of the fatherlessJames Mongtomery (Author)English4
Thou, God, art a consuming fireJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Thou God of covenanted graceJames Montgomery (Author)2
Though holy, holy, holy, LordJames Montgomery (Author)2
Though I walk the downward shadeJames Mongtomery (Author)English4
Though the fig-tree's blossom failJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Thousands, O Lord of Hosts! this dayJames Montgomery (Author)English21
Thrice happy he who shuns the wayJames Montgomery (Author)English6
Through shades and solitudes profoundJames Mongtomery (Author)English9
Thus far on life's perplexing pathMontgomery (Author)English21
Thus saith the high and lofty One, Inhabiting eternityJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Thus saith the Lord, My Church, to theeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declareJames Mongtomery (Author)English27
Thy law is perfect, Lord of lightMontgomery (Author)English42
Thy throne, O God, in righteousnessJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Thy word, Almighty LordJames Montgomery (Author)English22
Ti Dios ti pastorcoJames Montgomery (Author)Tagalog2
Time grows not old with length of yearsJames Montgomery (Author)English5
Time is earnest, passing byJames Montgomery (Author)2
'Tis God the spirit leadsMontgomery, alt. (Author)English20
'Tis God's own Spirit leadsJames Montgomery (Author)4
To Adam thus Jehovah spakeJames Montgomery (Author)English3
To-day is added to our timeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
To-day the Lord Our Shepherd leadsJames Montgomery (Author)English2
To God most awful and most highJames Montgomery (Author)English4
To me, though neither voice nor soundJames Montgomery (Author)English2
To me to live, let it be ChristJames Montgomery (Author)English2
To Thy Temple I repairJames Montgomery (Author)English215
To us a child of hope is bornJames Mongtomery (Author)English4
To us a child, of royal birthMontgomery (Author)English1
To us the promised Child is bornJames Montgomery (Author)3
To us the voice of Wisdom criesJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
To us, to every human heartJames Montgomery (Author)1
Tracts have the gift of tonguesJames Mongtomery (Author)4
Union of faith, and hope, and loveJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Upon Thine altar, Lord, I layJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Vessels frail and earthenJames Montgomery (Author)2
Vielleicht es ist der letzte TagJames Montgomery (Author)German2
Wake the song, wake the songJames Montgomery (Author)1
Walking on the winged windJames Montgomery (Author)English3
We bid thee welcome in the NameJames Mongtomery (Author)English113
We know the condescending graceJames Montgomery (Author)English2
We lift our eyes, our hands, to TheeJames Montgomery (Author)English2
We meet for evening prayerJames Mongtomery (Author)4
We meet with one accordJames Mongtomery (Author)5
We plan foundations for the deadJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Weep, little children, weepJames Montgomery (Author)English9
Weep no more, Zion, dry thy streaming tearsJames Montgomery (Author)English2
What are those soul-reviving strainsJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English7
What is our life?--a breath, a spanJames Montgomery (Author)English2
What is the thing of greatest priceJames Mongtomery (Author)English63
What is the world, a wildering mazeMontgomery (Author)English11
What secret hand, at morning lightMontgomery (Author)English32
What shall I render unto thee, My SaviorJames Montgomery (Author)1
What shall we ask of God in prayer?Montgomery (Author)English22
When God from sin's captivityJames Mongtomery (Author)5
When here, O Lord, we seek thy faceJames Montgomery (Author)8
When I behold the heavens on highJames Montgomery (Author)1
When in dark and dreadful gloomJames Montgomery (Author)English4
When in these courts we seek thy faceMontgomery (Author)3
When Israel, press'd by Pharaoh, stoodJames Montgomery (Author)English2
When Jesus into Salem rodeMontgomery (Author)8
When Jesus left His Father's throneJames Mongtomery (Author)English64
When, like a stranger on our sphereJames Montgomery (Author)English67
When men once more were multipliedJames Montgomery (Author)English2
When on Sinai's top I seeJames Montgomery (1771-1854) (Author)English86
When the overwhelming watersJames Montgomery (Author)English2
When those who feared the Lord of oldJames Montgomery (Author)English3
When war on earth suspendedJames Montgomery (Author)English3
Where are the dead, in heaven or hellJames Mongtomery (Author)English30
Where are the living, on the groundJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Where are ye with whom in life I startedJames Mongtomery (Author)2
Where Babel's broad rivers rollMontgomery (Author)2
Where'er the Patriarch pitched his tentJames Montgomery (Author)English2
While all the angel throngMontgomery (Author)6
While many cry in nature's nightJames Montgomery (Author)English3
While saints and angels, glorious KingJames Mongtomery (Author)English3
While the prayers of saints ascendJames Montgomery (Author)2
While these commands endureJames Montgomery (Author)English2
While through this changing world we roamJames Mongtomery (Author)English50
Who are these in bright array, Shining like the noonday sunMontgomery (Author)English2
What are these in bright array, This innumerable throngJames Montgomery (Author)English262
Who loves the little slave, or caresMontgomery (Author)1
Who make the Lord of hosts their towerMontgomery (Author)12
Who that hath ever beenJames Montgomery (Author)1
Why thus, my soul, cast down?James Montgomery (Author)English2
Will e'er that sabbath-morning riseJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Will mein Herz verzagenJames Montgomery (Author)2
With heart and soul, with mind and mightJames Montgomery (Author)English2
With joy we own thy servant [servants], LordJ. Montgomery (Author)12
With lawless lips, unbridled tongueJames Montgomery (Author)English2
With men impossibleJames Montgomery (Author)English2
With reverence and with godly fearJames Montgomery (Author)English2
With wandering Jacob, let us sayJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Within these walls be peaceMontgomery (Author)50
Within these walls let heavenly peaceJames Montgomery (Author)2
Words of eternal life to meJames Montgomery (Author)English2
Work while it is to-dayJames Montgomery, 1771-1854 (Author)English21
Worthy the Lamb for sinners slainJames Montgomery (Author)3
Yea, I will extol thee, Lord of life and lightJames Montgomery (Author)English11
Yes, I would bless thee, O my GodJames Montgomery (Author)2
Young though in years we beMontgomery (Author)3
Youth, health, and strength are ours to-dayJames Mongtomery (Author)English5
Yus amayaŋ ye, JehovahJames Montgomery (Author)Dakota1

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