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Hymn Eternal God, our humbled souls,

524 Pow'r, whose high abode,

34 Sire, enthron'd on high,

584 Source of ev'ry joy!

77 joys divine!

295 life and light,

305 thought!

20 Exulting, rejoicing, hail the happy morning, 216 Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss, 398 Far from mortal cares retreating,

15 these narrow scenes of night, 481 the world, O Lord! I flee,

554 thy servants, God of grace,

361 hence each superstition vain,

205 Father divine! before thy view,

409 the Saviour cried,

238 thy piercing eye,

552 of all, eternal Mind!

293 my soul defend,

462 omniscient Mind !

112 whose cares extend,

621 Jesus Christ, my Lord,

264 lights! we sing thy name,

148 men! thy care we bless,

545 mercies! God of love!

405 in thy word,

193 our feeble race,

12 Firm was my health, my day was bright, 556 For ever blessed be the Lord,

185 Forsake, my soul, the tents of sin ;

324 Frequent the day of God returns,

646 From all that dwell below the skies,

46 Christ, my Lord, shall I depart, 626 ev'ry thought and wish impure, 623


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From north and south, from east and west,

the table now retiring,

this world's joys and senseless mirih,
Give me the wings of faith, to rise
thanks to God most high,

the Lord,
to our God immortal praise,

the Lord, ye sons of fame, Glory be to God on high-hallelujah!

to God on high be giv'n,

our heav'nly King,
God is a King of pow'r unknown,

name my soul adores,
spirit, just and wise,
the refuge of his saints,
moves in a mysterious way,
my supporter and my hope,
of eternity; from thee,

mercy! God of love!
my childhood and my youth,

life, thro' all its days,
mercy and my praise,

strength! to thee I cry ;
our lives, thy constant care,

whose bounteous care, the morning! at whose voice,

seas! thy thund’ring voice,
our kind Master, merciful as just,
to correct a guilty world,

who is just and kind,
Good is the Lord, the heav'nly King,
Grace! 'tis a pleasing sound,
Great Father of mankind !

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Hymn Great first of beings! mighty Lord, Former of this various frame !

442 God, at whose all-pow'rful call,

87 how infinite art thou ! 134 vast is thine abode!

130 well thy truths agree! 208 if nature weak and frail,

270 indulge my humble claim, in vain man's narrow view,

95 I own thy sentence just,

465 my carly vows to thee,

595 of grace, arise and shine,

251 the heav'ns' well-ordered frame, 190 thine attributes divine,

350 to thee my grateful tongue, 170 we sing that mighty hand, 510 where'er we pitch our tent, 547 while nature speaks thy praise, 147 whose all-pervading eye,

370 universal sway,

253 King of kings, eternal God,

18 Lord of earth and seas and skies, 353 Ruler of all nature's frame,

413 the earth and skies,

536 Source of all that we enjoy,.

358 life! our souls confess, 171 Greatest of beings, Source of good,

490 life,

55 life,


Hail, great Creator, wise and good!

happy morn! whose early ray,
source of pleasures ever new !
the God of our salvation,

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Hynın Happy is he whose early years,

579 the man whose cautious steps,

375 wishes climb,

400 men whom strength divine,

4 Hark! for the great Creator speaks, 396

from the tombs an awful sound, 512

the glad sound, the Saviour comes, 222 Hast thou not heard, hast thou not known, 316 He dies, the friend of sinners dies,

241 Hear what God the Lord hath spoken, 256 Heay’n has confirm’d the great decree, 469 Here, in the broken bread;

640 thy temple, Lord! we bow,

609 High in the heav'ns, eternal God !

129 Holy, holy, holy, Lord !

12 Hosanna ! let us join to sing,

246 with a cheerful sound,

592 House of our God, with cheerful anthems ring,

505 How are thy servants bless’d, O Lord,

588 beauteous are their feet, blest is he whose tranquil mind, 542 the man, how more than blest, 333 sacred tie that binds,

519 thy creature is, O God,

226 did my heart rejoice to hear,

7 glorious, Lord, art thou !

377 gracious and how wise,

420 happy is the man who hears,

581 long shall dreams of creature bliss, 426 many millions draw their breath,

628 pleas’d and bless'd was I,


496 rich are thy provisions, Lord,

435 thy favours, God of grace!


How rich thy gifts, Almighty King !

shall the young secure their hearts,
still and peaceful is the grave !
swift the torrent rolls,
vain are all things here below!

a thought is bliss below!

is grandeur's purple pride! well our great Preserver knows,


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come, the

I am the first, and I the last,

great Redeemer cries, I love the Lord, he heard my cries,

volumes of thy word,
I read my duty in the word,
I to my God my ways cominit,
If, friendless, in the vale of tears I stray,

solid happiness we prize,
I'll bless Jehovah's glorious name;
Immortal God! on thee we call,
Imperfect creatures of a day,
Iinposture shrinks from light,
In devious paths awhile I trod,

glad amazement, Lord, I stand,
the soft season of thy youth,
thy rebukes, all-gracious God,
vain, alas ! from shore to shore,

my roving thoughts would find,
opposing nations rage,

while dark affliction spreads, Indulgent God, whose bounteous care,

with pitying cye, Inquire, ye pilgrims, for the way, Interval of grateful shade,

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