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. Israel, in ancient days - - Page 132

I thirst, but not as once I did - - - 296

I was a grov'lling creature once * - 287,

I will praise thee ev'ry day - - - 59

I would, but cannot sing - - - 126

Jesus Christ, the Lord's anointed - - 78

Jesus, to what didst thou submit? - - 111

Jesus, who bought us with his blood - - 164

Jesus, whose blood so freely stream'd - - 23

Jesus, where'er thy people meet - - 185

Jesus is mine! I'm now prepar’d - - 321

John, in a vision, saw the day - - - 216

Joy is a fruit that will not grow - - 43

KINDLE, Saviour, in my heart - - - 265

Kindred in Christ, for his dear sake - - 208

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Legion was my name by nature - - 92

Let hearts and tongues unite - - - 183
Let me dwell on Golgotha - - - 195
Let us adore the grace that seeks - - 163
Let us love, and sing, and wonder - - 313
Let worldly minds the world pursue - - 294
Lord, my soul with pleasure springs - - 285
Lord, thou hast won 1 at length I yield - - 121
Lord, who hast suffer'd all for me! - - 266
Lord! what is man 2 extremes how wide : - 319
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MANNA to Israel well supply'd - - . 16

Martha her love and joy express'd * - 100

Mary to her Saviour's tomb - s - 117

May the grace of Christ our Saviour - - 324

Mercy, O thou Son of David - - 96

My barns are full, my stores increase - - 102

My former hopes are dead - ** - 248

My God! how perfect are thy ways 1 - - 68

My God! till I receiv'd thy stroke - ... 69

My harp, untun'd, and laid aside - - 192

My song shall bless the Lord of all - - 179

My soul once had its plenteous years - - 12

My soul! this curious house of clay - - 212

My soul is beset - - - - 249

My soul is sad, and much dismay’d - - 258

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Sweet was the time when first I felt
Sweeter sounds than music knows

TEN thousand talents once low’d
That was a wonder-working word
That man no guard or weapons needs
The church a garden is -
The God who once to Israel spoke

The grass and flow'rs which clothe the field

The Lord, our salvation and light
The Spirit breathes upon the word
The gath'ring clouds with aspect dark
The book of nature open lies -
The moon in silv'ry glory shone
The moon has but a borrow'd light
The ice and snow we lately saw
The subtle spider often weaves
The Saviour calls his people sheep
The water stood like walls of brass
The billows swell, the winds are high
The Saviour hides his face -
The new-born child of Gospel-grace
The Lord receives his highest praise
The wishes that the sluggard frames
The saints Immanuel's portion are
The peace which God alone reveals
The Father we adore - -
The castle of the human heart -
The evils that beset our path -
The kine unguided went -
The Lord will happiness divine
The Lord proclaims his grace abroad
The lion that on Samson roar'd
The manna, favour’d Israel's meat
The message first to Smyrna sent
The prophets' sons, in times of old
The Saviour! what a noble flame !
The saints should never be dismay'd

The Shunammite, oppress'd with grief

The signs which God to Gideon gave
The word of Christ, our Lord -
There is a fountain fill'd with blood

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