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or that flame of living fire.
Or that tenderness of heart
or the death of those.


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Bathurst 510
C. Wesley 232
Psalmody 649
C. Wesley 261
O. Wesley 295
Heber. 680

M. Bunting 511
O. Wesley 302
J. Wesley 359
C. Wesley 62
Logan 41
J. Wesley 58
Baptist Col. 589
Watts. 635


I in my heart have said.
lorious hope of perfect love
tod, by whom the seed is given.
od, how often hath thine ear Wm.
tod, most merciful and true
tod, my God, my all thou art
God, my hope, my heavenly rest.
od of Bethel, by whose hand.
God, of good the unfathom'd sea.
God of sovereign grace
God, our help in ages past.
od, our strength, to thee our Sp. of Psalms 39
God, thou art my God alone. Montgomery 473
God, thou bottomless abyss. J. Wesley 70
God, though countless worlds of J. D. Knowles 580
God, thy faithfulness I plead . . . C. Wesley 457
God, thy righteousness we own. . C. Wesley 609
God, to thee we raise our eyes Wilcock's Selec. 454
God, to whom in flesh reveal'd. . C. Wesley 190
God, unseen, yet ever near
Unknown 165

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od, we praise thee, and confess.
God, what off'ring shall I give
God, who madest earth and sky.
happy day that fix'd my choice.
happy, happy place.
holy, holy, holy Lord.
how happy are they.

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Patrick 49
J. Wesley 320
Heber. 379
Doddridge 272
C. Wesley 138
Conder 35

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C. Wesley 272

how shall a sinner perform.

C. Wesley 274

C. Wesley 325

C. Wesley 518

Jesus, at thy feet we wait

Jesus, full of


Jesus, full of truth and grace, More C. Wesley 517

Jesus, full of truth and grace, O
Jesus, in pity draw near

join ye the anthems of triumph.
joyful sound of gospel grace
King of glory, thy rich grace

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all C. Wesley 314
O. Wesley 253
Noel's Col. 602
C. Wesley 296
J. Wesley 436

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O Lamb of God, for sinners slain . . C. Wesley 24

O let the pris'ner's mournful cries
O Lord, another day has flown.
O Lord, my best desire fulfil

O. Wesley 35
H. K. White 31

Cowper 453
O Lord, our fathers oft have told Tate & Brady 616
O Lord, our King, how excellent. Montgomery
O Lord, thy heavenly grace impart.. Oberlin 371
O Lord, thy work revive

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O love divine, how sweet thou art.
O love divine, what hast thou done
O love, thy sov'reign aid impart
O may thy powerful word
O might my lot be cast with these.
O my offended God

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Hastings 354
C. Wesley 344
C. Wesley S
O. Wesley 481
C. Wesley 439
C. Wesley 140
C. Wesley 251
H. More 12


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Watts. 300

Hart. 9
S. Stennett 55!

On all the earth thy Spirit shower
Once more, my soul, the rising day
Once more we come before our God.
On Jordan's stormy banks I stand
On thee, each morning, O my God Anon 363
On this stone, now laid with prayer. Pierpont 571
On thy Church, O Power divine.
O render thanks to God above.
O Saviour, welcome to my heart.
speak that word again
O Spirit of the living God.
O Sun of righteousness, arise
O that I could my Lord receive.
O that I could repent, O that.
that I could repent, With.

O that I could revere.
O that I were as heretofore
O that my load of sin were gone

Lyte. 13
Tate & Brady
Baptist Col. 32
Newton 5
Montgomery 1
J. Wesley 238
C. Wesley 251

O that thou wouldst the heavens rend

O thou eternal Victim, slain.
O thou faithful God of love.

C: Wesley 192

C. Wesley 25

C. Wesley 231

C. Wesley 518

C. Wesley 307

C. Wesley 227

C. Wesley 109 1
C. Wesley 398

O thou, from whom all goodness flows Haweis 449

O thou God of my salvation.

O thou God who hearest prayer

O thou great God, whose piercing.

C. Wesley 544
Conder 336
Doddridge 386

thou our Saviour, Brother, Friend.
■thou that hearest prayer
O thou that wouldst not have.

thou, to whom, in ancient time
O thou, to whose all-searching sight
O thou, who all things canst control
O thou, who art the light
O thou, who camest from above

C. Wesley 355
Pratt's Col. 116
C. Wesley 238
Pierpont 44
J. Wesley 489
J. Wesley 507
Bulmer 29
C. Wesley 344

thou, who driest the mourner's tear. Moore 447

O thou, who hast at thy command

Cotteril 484
O thou, who hast our sorrows borne C. Wesley 223
O thou, who hast spread out the. H. F. Gould 624
O thou, who in the olive shade. . .
O thou, whom all thy saints adore.
O thou, whom fain my soul would.
O thou, whom once they flock'd to.
O thou whom we adore
O thou, whose mercy hears.
O thou, whose off'ring on the tree.
O thou, whose wise, paternal love
O thou, who, when we did complain
O'tis delight without alloy
O'tis enough, my God, my God
Our blest Redeemer.

Our children thou dost claim

Hemans 381
C. Wesley 25
C. Wesley 224
C. Wesley 192
C. Wesley 593
Steele. 519
C. Wesley 103
C. Wesley 400
C. Wesley 530
Watts. 541
C. Wesley 512
Lyte. 121
Salisbury Col. 15/

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Our Father, God, who art in heaven.. Judson 334

Our few revolving years

Our God is love, and all his
Our great Creator, God
Our heavenly Father, hear

Beddome 634

Bickersteth's Col. 412
C. Wesley 660
Montgomery 334
O. Wesley 98
C. Wesley 573
Fawcett 85

Our Lord is risen from the dead
Our old companions in distress.
Our sins on Christ were laid
Out of the depths of wo

O what amazing words of grace
O what a mighty change.

O what delight is this

Montgomery 259
•Medley 176
C. Wesley 572
C. Wesley 167',
C. Wesley 25
C. Wesley 569

O what shall I do, my Saviour to pr
O when shall we sweetly remove .

O where is now that glowing love .
O where shall rest be found


Montgomery 201
O who, in such a world as this.. Montgomery
O why should gloomy thoughts arise Hastings 215
O Wisdom! whose unfading power
O wondrous power of faithful prayer

Pass a few swiftly fleeting years
Peace, doubting heart, my God's I am
Peace, troubled soul.

Heber. 604
C. Wesley

C. Wesley 6

C. Wesley 4
Unknown 46

Plunged in a gulf of dark despair

Watts. S

Praise God, from whom all blessings flow Ken. 6

Conder 688
Unknown 68
J. E. Smith
Watts. 5
. Hart. 331
C. Wesley
Anon.. 311

Praise the God of our salvation
Praise the name of God most high
Praise waits in Zion, Lord, for Sir
Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise.
Praise ye the Lord, ye immortal.
Prayer is appointed to convey
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire
Pray without ceasing, pray.
Prince of peace, control my will
Pris'ners of hope, arise

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C. Wesley 3

Pris'ners of hope, be strong, be bold C. Wesley 25
Pris'ners of hope, lift up your heads C. Wesley

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Proclaim the lofty praise

Baptist Col. 114

Prostrate at Jesus' feet

Stennett 243

Prostrate, with eyes of faith, I see.

C. Wesley 23

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Return, O wanderer, return

Montgomery 480

Rock of ages, cleft for me

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings Seagrave 551

Colyer 213

Toplady 246

oll on, thou mighty ocean ... Pratt's Col. 586

alvation! O the joyful sound
aviour, breathe an evening blessing
-aviour from sin, I wait to prove
Saviour, I now with shame confess
Saviour, now in me perform
Saviour of all, to thee we bow
Saviour of all, what hast thou done
Saviour of men, thy searching eye.
Saviour of sinful men
Saviour of the sin-sick soul

Saviour, on me the grace bestow

Watts. 175
Edmeston 365
C. Wesley 291
C. Wesley 515
C. Wesley 460
C. Wesley 423
C. Wesley 443
C. Wesley 389

C. Wesley 571

C. Wesley 325

C. Wesley 301

C. Wesley 231

C. Wesley 229

C. Wesley 317

C. Wesley 595

Glenelg 339
C. Wesley 599
. Scott. 361
Doddridge 156
. Noel's Col. 102
C. Wesley 27
C. Wesley 182
C. Wesley 143
C. Wesley 339
C. Wesley 108
C. Wesley 652
Montgomery 18
C. Wesley 71
J. Wesley 391
Dwight 657
C. Wesley 333
C. Wesley 583

Saviour, Prince of Israel's race.
Saviour, see me from above.
Saviour, the world's and mine
Saviour, we know thou art
Saviour, when in dust to thee
See how great a flame aspires
See how the morning sun.
See Israel's gentle Shepherd
See Jesus rising from the grave.
See, Jesus, thy disciples see
See, sinners, in the gospel glass
See the gospel Church secure. . . .
See the Lord, thy Keeper, stand.
See where our great High Priest
Servant of God, well done.
Servants of God, in joyful lays..
Shall foolish, weak, short-sighted
Shall I, for fear of feeble man
Shall man, O God of light and life
Shepherd divine, our wants relieve.
Shepherd of souls, with pitying eye
Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive
Shrinking from the cold hand of..
Since all the varying scenes of time
Sing praise, the tomb is void


Watts. 241
C. Wesley 640
Hervey 447
Unknown 98

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