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Psalms and, Hymns
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Revd Mr. DYER,
Late of Plymouth, D'EVON.
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P R E F A C E.
rtlNG ING of Psalm) and Hymns, is a O fort of Divine Worship in the Chrijiian Church. May you and I, Christian Reader, have the Assistance and Guidance of the Holy Spirit, in this important Employment; may we be enabled to Sing with Grace in our Hearts; may the Melody of the Voice be so Sanilised, as to affect our inmost Souls, and may we be found at last if the happy Number of those Seraphick Spirits, that jhall meet around the Throne of God, to Sing the Song of Moses and the Lamb for ever.
Even so, Lord Jesus,
Amen and Amen.
May Jesus Word take place,
That we his Miracles of Grace,
C ON TEN TS.
BEfore Jehovah's awful Throne
Behold we meet so worship God 147
Behold, what wond'rous Grace 169
Before the Earth or World's were made" 196
Behold, our Brother's happy Soul 194
Behold us Saviour, now we meet 221
Elefled are the Sons of God 237
DEAR Jesus who can 129.
Death ! 'tis a melancholy Day 136 •
Dear Jesus draw near 154
Dying Friend of Sinners hear us 160
Death cannot make our Souls afraid 166 .
Dismiss us with thy. blefling, Lord 217
Emmanuel to Heaven is gone 187
FA R. from our Thoughts vain World I 6
Father, how wide thy dory shines - 6
Father of Mercies, God of Lave 85
Father, our Hearts we lift 96
From Heav'n the sinning Angels fell. 133
Father, e'er we hence depart 218
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 219
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