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Page ABSENT from flesh ! O blissful thought 98 Bless'd is the man. for ever bless'd . 18 Adam our father, and our head • 104 Bless'd is the man who shuns the place ! Adore and tremble, for our God. . 104 Bless'd is the man whose bowels move 24 Alas! and did my Saviour bleed . 131 Bless'd is the nation where the Lord 18 All glory to thy wondrous name.

Bless'd morning! whose young dawning All mortal vanities, begone .

Bless'd with the joys of innocence 157 All ye that love the Lord, rejoice . 86 Blessed Redeemer, how divine . Almighty Ruler of the skies .

Blood has a voice to pierce the skies 155 Am I a soldier of the cross. .

Bright King of glory, dreadful God 140 Amidst thy wrath remember love

Broad is the roail that leads to death 183 Among the assemblies of the great .45 Buried in shadows of the night : 117 Among the princes, earthly gods . 47 But few among the carnal wise. And are we wretches yet alive . 153 And is this life prolong'd to me 105 CAN creatures to perfection find : 166 And must this body die .

Children in years and knowledge young 19 And now the scales have left mine 147 Christ and his cross is all our theme 121 And will the God of grace . . . 45 Come, all harmonious tongues . 148 Are all the foes of Sion fools . 31 Conie, children, learn to fear the Lord 20 Are sinners now so senseless grown

Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell 124 Arise, my gracious God

Come, happy souls, approach your God 152 Arise, my soul, my joyful powers

Come hither, all ye weary souls . At thy command, our dearest Lord. Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove . Attend, while God's exalted Son. 158 Come, let our voices join to raise Awake, my heart; arise, my tongue 97 Come, let us join a jovful tune. . Awake, my zeal; awake, my love . 106 Come, let us join our cheerful songs Awake, our souls; away our fears 1 Come, let us litt our joyful eyes. Awake, ye saints, to praise your King Come, let us lift our voices high : 172 Away from every mortal care . . .

Come, sound his praise abroad . . 53

Come, we that love the Lord. BACKWARD with humble shame we look 108 Consider all my sorrows, Lord Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme 144 Behold how sinners disagree . . 123 DAUGHTERS of Sion, come, behold , Ill Behold, the blind their sight receive . 159 | David rejoiced in God his strength is Behold the glories of the Lamb : 93 Dearest of all the names above. 161 Behold the grace appears . .

Dear Lord, behold our sore distress 161 Behold the lofty sky.

Death cannot make our souls afraid . 159 Behold the love, the generous love . 20 Death may dissolve my body now Behold the morning sun .

11 Death! 't is a melancholy day. Behold the potter and the clay. .120 | Deceived by subtle snares of hell. Behold the Rose of Sharon here : 110 Deep in our hearts let us record .3 Behold the sure foundation-stone . 66 Deep in the dust before thy throne Behold the woman's promised seed. 159 Descend from heaven, immortal Dove Behold the wretch whose lust and wine 121 Do I believe what Jesus saith : Behold thy waiting servant, Lord. 69 Do we not know that solemn word. Behold what wondrous grace . 110 Down headlong from their native skies 15) Bless, O my soul, the living God 57 Dread Sovereign ! let my evening song 134 Bless'd are the humble souls that see 118 Bless'd are the sons of peace . . EARLY, my God, without delay. . Bless'd are the souls that hear and know 48 Ere the blue heavens were stretch'd 8 Bless'd are the undefiled in heart

Eternal Sovereign of the sky Bless'd be the everlasting God. .

Eternal Spirit! we confess . Bless'd be the Father and his love

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Page Paith is the brightest evidence


Happy the church, thou sacred place. 143 Far as thy name is known

. 27 Happy the city where their sons : 82 Far from my thoughts, vain world . 132 Happy the heart where graces reign . 137 Father, how wide thy glories shine 106 Happy the man to whom his God. 17 Father, I bless thy gentle hand 71 Happy the man whose cautious feet: 1 Father, I long, I faint to see . 144 Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound 143 Father, I sing thy wondrous grace .38 Hark! the Redemer from on high .111 Father, we wait to feel thy grace. 173 Hear me, O God, nor hide thy face 56 Firm and unmoved are they .. . 74 Hear what the Lord in vision said 48 Firm as the earth thy gospel stands | Hear what the voice from heaven . Firm was my health, my day was . 16 He dies ! the Friend of sinners dies 105 Fools in their heart believe and say 7 Help, Lord, for men of virtue fail. 7 For ever blessed be the Lord

Hence from my soul, sad thoughts 14! For ever shall my song record . . | Here, at thy cross, my dying God. 130 From age to age exalt his name 60 He reigns! the Lord the Saviour reigns 54 From all that dwell below the skies 66 He that hath made his refuge God. 50 from deep distress and troubled . 75 | High as the heavens above the ground 155 From heaven the sinning angels fell 151 High in the heavens, eternal God. 20 From thee, my God, my joys shall . 146 High on a hill of dazzling light. . 133

Honour to the almighty Three : 174 GENTILES by nature, we belong 120 Hosanna to King David's Son . . 175 Give me the wings of faith to rise . 159 Hosanna to our conquering King - 149 Give thanks to God: he reigns above 60 | Hosanna to the King .

. 175 Give thanks to God, invoke his name 59 Hosanna to the Prince of grace Give thanks to God most high... 78 Hosanna to the Prince of light. 146 Give thanks to God the Sovereign 77 Hosanna to the royal Son . . 97 Give to our God immortal praise 79 | Hosanna to the Son .

175 Give to the Father praise."

Hosanna with a cheerful sound Give to the Lord, ye sons of fame 16 How are thy glories here display'd . 173 Glory to God that walks the sky .

How awful is thy chastening rod Glory to God the Father's name. . How beauteous are their feet . Glory to God the Trinity . . . 174 How can I sink with such a prop. 155 God in his earthly temples lays . . 47 | How condescending and how kind 168 God is a Spirit, just and wise . . 124 How did my heart rejoice to hear. 72 God is the Lord, the heavenly. 36 | How fast their guilt and sorrows rise 8 God is the refuge of his saints

How full of anguish is the thought . 151 God my supporter and my hope

How heavy is the night , God of eternal love

60 How honourable is the place . 95 God of my childhood and my youth | How is our nature spoil'd by sin 103 God of my life, look gently down 23 How large the promise, how divine . 120 God of my mercy and my praise. . 62 How long, O Lord, shall I complain 7 God of the morning! at whose voice 113 How long wilt thou conceal thy face. 7 God of the seas! thy thundering voice 145 | How oft have sin and Satan strove God! the eternal, awful name . . 135 | How pleasant, how divinely fair . . 45 God who in various methods told . 107 How pleasant 't is to see . . Good is the Lord, the heavenly King 36 How pleased and bless'd was I . 73 Go, preach my gospel, saith the Lord 122 | How rich are thy provisions, Lord . 170 Go worship at Immanuel's feet . 126 | How sad our state by nature is, 149 Great God, attend while Zion sings. 46 How shall I praise the eternal God. 165 Great God! how infinite art thou, 144 How shall the young secure their hearts 68 Great God, how oft did Israel prove . 44 | How short and hasty is our life . 136 Great God, indulge my humble claim 34 How should the sons of Adam's race 115 Great God, I own thy sentence just 94 How strong thine arm is, mighty God 106 Great God, the heavens well order'd. 12 How sweet and awful is the place 170 Great God! thy glories shall employ 165 How vain are all things here below. 139 Great God! to what a glorious height 154 How vast the treasure we possess

. 105 Great God, whose universal sway. How wondrous great, how glorious 148 ireat is the Lord, exalted high. . . 77 Great is the Lord, his works of might I CANNOT bear thine absence, Lord 155 areat is the Lord our God. .

I give immortal praise. .

174 areat King of glory and of grace.

I hate the tempter and his charms creat Shepherd of thine Israel

I lift my banner, saith the Lord Great was the day, the joy was gre I lift my soul to God.

I love the Lord, he heard my crie LAD I the tongues of Greeks and Jews 124 | I love the windows of thy grace . Had not the Lord, may Israel say 73 I send the joys of earth away . Happy is he that fears the Lord 64 I set the Lord before my face. .


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Page I sing my Saviour's wondrous death. 155 Let the whole race of creatures lie .151 I waited patient for the Lord, . 23 Let the wild leopards of the wood. 168 I will extol thee, Lord, on high. . 16 Let them neglect thy glory, Lord 137 If God succeed, not all the cost . 74 Let those who bear the Christian name 102 If God to build the house deny. 74 Let us adore the eternal word. I'll bless the Lord from day to day 19 Let Zion and her sons rejoice .. . 56 I'll praise my Maker with my breath 83 Let Zion in her King rejoice . I'll speak the honours of my king. 25 Life and immortal joys are given . 157 I'm not ashamed to own my Lord 118 Life is the time to serve the Lord. 115 In all my vast concerns with thee. Lift up your eyes to the heavenly seats 137 In anger, Lord, rebuke me not.

Like sheep we went astray . In Gabriel's hand a mighty stone.

Lo, the destroying angel flies In God's own house pronounce his

Lo, the young tribes of Adam rise , 115 In Judah God of old was known . Lo, what a glorious corner-stone. In thine own ways, O God of love

Lo, what a glorious sight appears. 98 In vain the wealthy mortals toil .

Lo, what an entertaining sight. . In vain we lavish out our lives.

Long as I live I'll bless thy name 8 Infinite grief, amazing woe . . 150 Long have I sat beneath the sound . 164 Into thine hand, O God of trut

17 Lord, at thy temple we appear Is there ambition in my heart.

75 Lord, hast thou cast the nation off. 33 Is this the kind return

Lord, how divine thy comforts are. 160 It is the Lord our Saviour's hand. 56 Lord, how secure and bless'd are they 14

Lord, how secure my conscience was 120 JEHOVAH reigns, he dwells in light · 51 Lord, I am thine; but thou wilt prove Jehovah reigns, his throne is high. 165 Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin. Jehovah speaks, let Israel hear. . 114 Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes. Jesus, in thee our eyes behold. . 126 Lord, I esteem thy judgments right Jesus invites his saints. .

Lord, I have made thy word my choice Jesus is gone above the skies,

Lord, I will bless thee all my days Jesus, our Lord, ascend thy throne. 62 Lord, I would spread my sore distress Jesus, our Saviour and our God

98 | Lord, if thine eye surveys our faults 30 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 10 Lord, if thou dost not soon appear. Jesus, the man of constant grief . 96 Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear Jesus, thy blessings are not few. 101 Lord of the worlds above . . Jesus, we bless thy Father's name . 107 Lord, thou hast call'd thy grace to mind Jesus, we bow before thy feet . . 171 Lord, thou hast heard thy servant ery Jesus, with all thy saints above . 135 Lord, thou hast search'd and seen me Join all the glorious names.

Lord, thou hast seen my soul sincere 10 Join all the names of love and power 127 Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray Joy to the world; the Lord is come.54 Lord, 't is a pleasant thing to stand 51 Judge me, O Lord, and prove my ways 16 Lord, we adore thy bounteous hand 12 Judges who rule the world by laws'. 32 Lord, we adore thy vast designs . Just are thy ways, and true thy word 10 Lord, we are blind, we mortals blind 134

Lord, we confess our numerous faults 119 KIND is the speech of Christ our Lord 112 Lord, we have heard thy works of old

Lord, what a feeble piece. . LADEN with guilt, and full of fears , 156 Lord, what a heaven of saving grace is Let all our tongues be one .

Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I 4 Let all the earth their voices raise

Lord, what a wretched land is this 1 Let all the heathen writers join

Lord, what is man, poor feeble man. & Let children hear the mighty deeds

Lord, what was man when made at first Let everlasting glories crown. . 158 Lord, when I count thy mercies o'er & Let every creature join . . . . 85 Lord, when my thoughts with wonder 19 Let every mortal ear attend

Lord, when thou didst ascend on high 31
Let every tongue thy goodness speak 83 Loud hallelujahs to the Lord
Let God arise in all his might.

Let God the Father and the Son 87 MAKER and sovereign Lord
Let God the Father live . . 174 Man has a soul of vast desires
Let God the Maker's name.

174 | Mercy and judgment are my song
Let him embrace my soul, and prove 110 Mine eyes and my desire.
Let me but hear my Saviour say , 97 | Mistaken souls, that dream of heaven 13
Let mortal tongues attempt to sing 108 | Must all the charms of nature, then
Let others boast how strong they be 133 Must friends and kindred droop and die
Let Pharisees of high esteem . . My dear Redeemer and my Lord. 159
Let sinners take their course . . My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so. 15
Let the old heathens tune their song 133 My God, accept my early vows
Let the seventh angel sound on high 110 My God, consider my distress


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Page My God, how endless is thy love. 114 Now let the Father and the Son : 174 My God, how many are my fears ... Now let the Lord my Saviour smile 140 My God, in whom are all the springs 32 Now may the God of power and grace 12 My God, my everlasting hope.

39 Now plead my cause, almighty God. 20 My God, my King, thy various praise 82 Now Satan comes with dreadful roar 163 My God, my life, my love .

150 Now shall my inward joys arise . My God, my portion, and my love 150 | Now shall my solemn vows be paid My God, permit me not to be .

Now to the great and sacred Three 87 My God, permit my tongue

Now to the Lord a noble song , 139 My God, the spring of all my joys. 141 Now to the Lord that makes us know 109 My God, the steps of pious men

Now to the power of God supreme . 124 My God, what endless pleasures dwell 138 My God, what inward grief I feel . My heart, how dreadful hard it is.

O ALL ye nations, praise the Lord. My heart rejoices in thy name

O bless the Lord, my soul . My Dever-ceasing song shall show

o blessed souls are they My refuge is the God of love.

O Britain, praise thy mighty My righteous Judge, my gracious G

O for a shout of sacred joy My Saviour and my King . .

for an overcoming faith . My Saviour God, my Sovereign Prince 160

Of justice and of grace I sing. My Saviour, my almighty Friend . 39

Often I seek my Lord by night. .111 My shepherd is the living Lord. .

O God my refuge, hear my cries. My shepherd will supply my need. 14 |

O God of grace and righteousness My soul, come meditate the day

O God of mercy, hear my call My soul forsakes her vain delight . 131

O God, to whom revenge belongs . soul, how lovely is the place

O happy man, whose soul is fill'd . My soullies cleaving to the dust. 71

O happy nation where the Lord. My soul, repeat his praise. .

O happy soul that lives on high . My soul, thy great Creator praise

O how I love thy holy law . Vy spirit looks to God alone

Oh, if my soul were form’d for woe 153 My spirit sinks within me, Lord

Oh that the Lord would guide my ways 69 My thoughts on awful subjects roll

Oh that thy statutes every hour : 70 My thoughts surmount these lower skies 164

Oh! the Almighty Lord . : 147 My trust is in my heavenly Friend 4

Oh! the delights, the heavenly joys 149

O Lord, how many are my foes. NAKED as from the earth we came

O Lord, our heavenly King Nature with all her powers shall sing

O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous great! Nature with open volume stands .

Once more, my soul, the rising day 13 No, I'll repine at death no more 152

O thou that hear'st when sinners cry 30 No, I shall envy them no more . 141 |

10 thou whose grace and justice reign 73 No more, my God, I boast no more . 119

O thou whose justice reigns on high. No sleep nor slumber to his eyes . 76

O 't is a lovely thing to see . . 102 Nor eve hath seen, nor ear hath heard 118

O what a stiff rebellious house. . 43 Not all the blood of heasts

1601 Our days, alas ! our mortal days

. 137 Not all the outward forms on earth , 116

Our God, how firm his promise stands 138 Not by the laws of innocence. . 102

Our God, our help in ages past . . 49 Not different food or different dress . 122

Our sins, alas ! how strong they be 148 Not from the dust affliction grows. 114 Our souls shall magnify the Lord 109 Not the malicious or profane,


Our spirits join to adore the Lamb 172 Not to condemn the sons of men. ]

Out of the deeps of long distress. 75 Not to our names, thou only just and Not to ourselves, who are but dust. PLUNGED in a gulf of dark despair . 147 Not to the terrors of the Lord

Praise, everlasting praise, be paid . 142 Not with our mortal eyes.

Praise waits in Sion, Lord, for thee. 35 Now be my heart inspired to sing

Praise ye the Lord, exalt his name 77 Now be the God of Israel bless'd

Praise ye the Lord, my heart shall, 83 Now by the bowels of my God .

Praise ye the Lord, 't is good to raise Now for a tune of lofty praise,

Preserve me, Lord, in time of need. 8 Now from the roaring lion's rage Now have our hearts embraced our God 170 Now I'm convinced the Lord is kind 40

QUESTIONS and doubts be heard no 94 Now in the galleries of his grace . 113 Now in the heat of youthful blood . 116 RAISE thee, my soul, fly up and run 136 Now let a spacious world arise. . 161 Raise your triumphant songs. . 152 Now let our lips with holy fear. 38 Rejoice, ye righteous, in the Lord . 18 Now let our mournful songs record. 13 Remember, Lord, our mortal state 49 Now let our pains be all forgot. . 171 | Return, o God of love, return. . 50


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Shall wisdom on to sin flesh and blood 101


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Page Rise, rise, my soul, and leave the 133 The Lord the Judge before his throne 28

The Lord the Judge his churches warns 28 SAINTS, at your heavenly Father's . 123 The Lord, the sovereign King 58 Salvation is for ever nigh. . . 47 The Lord, the sovereign, sends his sun 23 Salvation ! O the joyful sound . . 149 The majesty of Solomon . . . 154 Save me. O God, the swelling floods37 The man is ever bless'd

1 Save me, O Lord, from every foe

The mem'ry of our dying Lor See what a living stone .

67 The mighty frame of glorious grace
See where the great incarnate God.105 The praise of Zion waits for thee.
Shall atheists dare insult the cross 101 The promise of my Father's love 167
Shall the vile race of flesh and blood 114 The promise was divinely free . .
Shall we go on to sin


The true Messiah now appears. 131 Shall wisdom cry aloud

The voice of my Beloved sounds. Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyes 9 The wondering world inquires to know 112 Shew pity, Lord; O Lord, forgive

The wonders, Lord,thy love has wrought 24 Shine, "mighty God, on Britain shine Thee we adore, eternal Name : : 151 Shout to the Lord, and let our joys

Thee will I love, O Lord, my strength 10 Sing, all ye nations, to the Lord

There is a house not made with hands 119 Sing to the Lord aloud . .

There is a land of pure delight. 145 Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name.

There was an hour when Christ rejoiced 96 Sing to the Lord that built the skies 132 These glorious minds, how bright they 104 Sing to the Lord with joyful voice. 55 Think, mighty God, on feeble man. 19 Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands . 53 This is the day the Lord hath made 66 Sing to the Lord, ye heavenly hosts 143 This is the word of truth and love. Sin, has a thousand treacherous arts 161 This spacious earth is all the Lord's 15 Sin, like a venomous disease. . 162 Thou art my portion, O my God. Sitting around our Father's board. 172 Thou God of love, thou ever bless'd . 11 So did the Hebrew prophet raise 119 Thou whom my soul admires above 110 So let our lips and lives express .

Thrice happy man who fears the Lord 63 So new-born babes desire the breast 125 Through every age, eternal God : 49 Songs of immortal praise belong . 63 Thus did the sons of Abraham pass 157 Soon as I heard my Father say

16 Thus far the Lord has led nie on 1 Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears 146 Thus I resolved before the Lord 22 Stoop down, my thoughts, that use to 135 | Thus saith the first, the great command 120 Strait is the way, the door is strait . 615 Thus saith the high and lofty One 115 Sure there 's a righteous God . . 41 Thus saith the Lord, the spacious fields 28 Sweet is the meinory of thy grace . 82 Thus saith the Lord, "Your work is vain 23 Sweet is the work, my God, my King 51 Thus saith the mercy of the Lord. 121

Thus saith the Ruler of the skies Teach me the measure of my days 22 Thus saith the wisdom of the Lord Terrible God, that reign'st on high . 134 Thus the eternal Father spake Th' Almighty reigns, exalted high. 54 Thus the great Lord of earth and sea 2 That awful day will surely come. 153 Thy favours, Lord, surprise our souls 139 That man is bless'd who stands in awe 63 Thy mercies fill the earth, O Lord. The earth for ever is the Lord's . 14 Thy name, Almighty Lord . The glories of my Maker God . . 145 Thy works of glory, mighty Lord. 61 The God Jehovah reigns .

Time! what an empty vapour 't is . The God of glory sends his summo 'Tis by the faith of joys to come. The God of mercy be adored ,

'Tis by thy strength the mountains. The God of our salvation hears . 35 'Tis from the treasures of his word The heavens declare thy glory, Lord 11 'Tis not the law of ten commands. The king, O Lord, with songs of praise 12 To God I cried with mournful voice The King of glory sends his Son . 159 To God I made my sorrows known The King of saints, how fair his face 26 To God the Father, God the Son 87, The lands that long in darkness lay. 96 To God the Father's throne. . 87, 17 The law by Moses came

To God, the great, the ever bless'd. The law commands and makes us know 156 To God, the only wise. The Lord appears my helper now. 66 To heaven I lift my waiting The Lord declares his will .

156 To him that chose us first The Lord, descending from above. 157 To our almighty Maker, God

5 The Lord, how wondrous are his ways 57 To our eternal God. . The Lord is come; the heavens proclaim 54 To thee, before the dawning light The Lord Jehovah reigns 52, 54, 165 To thee, most holy and most high 4 The Lord my Shepherd is

To thine almighty arm we owe The Lord of glory is my light

'T was by an order from the Lord The Lord of glory reigns .

'T was för my sake, eternal God The Lord on high proclaims.

'Twas from thy hand, my God, I came

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