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O, most ou unceasing prayers in faded .
O God, thou art my God alone. . .
O God, thy grace impart
O God, thy name they well may praise .
O God, to thee, my sinking soul . .
O God, we praise thee and confess.
O God, whose presence glows in all
O gracious God, in whom I live .
O, happy day, that fixed my choice
O, happy is the man, who hears .
O, happy soul, that lives on high
O, help us, Lord, each hour of need
O, here, if ever, God of love
O Holy Father, just and true.
O Holy Lord our God
O, how can they look up to heaven
O, how I love thy holy law,
O, in the morn of life, when yo
0, it is joy in one to meet.
0, let my trembling soul be still .
0. let your mingling voices raise
O Lord, another week is flown
O Lord, encouraged by thy grace
O Lord, my best desires füldil .
O Lord of life, and truth, and grace
O Lord, our fathers oft have told
O Lord, thy heavenly grace impart
O Lord, thy perfect word . . . .
O, most delightful hour by man. .
O, my soul, unceasing pray
One prayer I have, all prayers in one
One sweet flower has drooped and faded .
On Jordan's stormy banks I stand
On the dewy breath of even .
On thee, each morning, O my God
On the first Christian Sabbath eve
On, through Judea's palmy plain
Open, Lord, my inward ear .
Oppression shall not always reig
O sinner, bring not tears alone
O Source of uncreated light
O, speed thee, Christian, on thy
O Spirit of the living God . .
0, stay thy tears, for they are blest
O suffering Friend of human kind
0, sweetly breathe the lyres above.
O, that the Lord's salvation
O, that the Lord would guide my way
O, there's a better world on high
0 Thou, at whose dread name we bend
O Thou, before whose gracious throne
0 Thou, enthroned in worlds above
O Thou that hearest prayer ..
O Thou, to whom all creatures bow
0 Thou, to whom, in ancient time
O Thou, to whose all searching sight
O Thou, who art above all height
O Thou, who driest the mourner's tear
O Thou, who hast spread out the skies
0 Thou, who on thy chosen Son .
O Thou, whose compassionate care .
O Thou, whose mercy guides my way
O Thou, whose mercy hears
0 Thou, whose own vast temple stands.
O Thou, whose power o'er moving worlds presides
O Thou, whose presence went before
0, 'l is a lovely thing to see
0, 't is a scene the heart to move
0, 't is sweet to mingle where .
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed
Our country is Immanuel's ground
Our days are as the grass . .
Our Father in heaven, we hallow thy
Our fathers, Lord, to seek a spot
Our Father! we approach thy board
Our God, where'er thy people meet
Our Heavenly Father calls.
Our Heavenly Father, hear
Our Helper, God, we bless his name
Our little bark, on boisterous seas
Our pilgrim brethren dwelling far
Our sins, alas! how strong they be
0, weep not for the joys that fade .
0, what is life? - 't is like a flower
0, when the hours of life are past
, where shall rest be found .
0, while I breathe to thee, my Lo
O, worship the King, all glorious above . , 10 &
O ye who seek Jehovah's face
Part in peace! is day before us
Pastor, thou art from us taken
Patience, 0, 't is a grace divine
Peace be to this habitation
Peace, troubled soul, whose pla
People of the living God.
Pity the nations, O our God
Planted in Christ, the living vin
Praise for the glorious light
Praise the Lord, when blushing morning
Praise the Lord; ye heavens adore him
Praise to God, immortal praise
Praise to thee, thou greal Creator
Praise waits in Zion, Lord, for thee
Praise ye Jehovah's name,
Prayer is the breath of God in man
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire
Prayer may be sweet in collage homes .
Quiet, Lord, my froward heart . . .
Raise your triumphant songs
Remark, my soul, the narrow bounds
Remember thy Creator . .
Return, my roving heart, return.
Reviving sleep! thy sheltering wing
Ride on, ride on in majesty
Rise, crowned with light, imperial S
Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings
Safely through another Week .
Salvation, O, the joyful sound
Saviour, who thy flock art feeding
Searcher of hearts! before thy face .
See ! another year is gone . .
See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand
C. M. See the leaves around us falling . . .8 & 7s. M. 679 Serene I laid me down .
835 Servant of God, well done .
547 Shine on our souls, Eternal God
423 Since o'er thy footstool here below
135 Sing we the song of those who stand
260 Sing, ye redeemed of the Lord .
480 Sinner, rouse thee from thy sleep .
294 Sister, thou wast mild and lovely
498 Sleep, sleep to-day, tormenting cares .. So fades the lovely, blooining flower .
492 Soft are the fruitful showers that bring .
P. M. Softly fades the twilight ray
• 78. M. 72 Softly now the light of day .
78. M. So let our lips and lives express.
L. M. 466 Soon as I heard my Father say
410 Sow in the morn thy seed . .
738 Spirit, leave thy house of clay. Spirit of peace, celestial Dove .
306 Stern Winter throws his icy chains
736 Suppliant, lo! thy children bend
78. M. 664 Supreme and universal Light,
L. M. 435 Supreme in wisdom, as in power
. C. M. 439 Sure, to the mansions of the blest
L. M. 491 Sweet day ! so cool, so calm, so brigh
C. M. 657 Sweet is i he friendly voice .
S. M. 380 Sweet is the last, the parting ray
L. M. 61. 8.59 Sweet is the light of Sabbath eve Sweet is the memory of thy grace
174 Sweet is the prayer whose holy stream
393 Sweet is the thought, the promise sweet
526 Sweet is the time of spring ..
677 Sweet is the work, my God, my King . . . L V. Sweet is the task. O Lord
29 Sweet spices they brought on their star-lighted way Ils. M. 673 Sweet thy mem'ry, Saviour blest
. 78. M. 246 Swell the anthem, raise the song
. 78. M. 702 Swift as the wingéd arrow flies
Teach me the measure of my days.
Ten thousand different fowers
Thanks for mercies past receive .
The bird that soars on highest wing
The breaking waves dashed high .
The broken ties of happier days
The dove let loose in eastern skies.
Thee we adore, Eternal Name .
The festal morn, my God, is come.
The God of glory walks his round
The God of harvest praise
The God of mercy will indulge
The God who reigns alone
The heavenly spheres to thee,
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
The boary frost, the fleecy snow
The hour of my departure's come.
The hours of evening close .
The leaves, around me falling
The lilies of the field ,
The long lost son with streaming eyes
The Lord descended from above. .
The Lord is great ; ye hosts of heaven, adore him 11 &
118 The Lord is risen indeed
. S. M. 70 The Lord Jehovah reigns, and royal state, &c. . . S. P. M. The Lord Jehovah reigns ; His throne, &c
H. M. 134 The Lord my pasture shall prepare.
L. M. 61. 185 The Lord my shepherd is
S. M. 184 The Lord our God is clothed with r
159 The mellow eve is gliding .
68. M. 856 The morning flowers display their sweets
497 The offerings to thy throne which rise
30 The perfect world by Adam trod .
760 The race that long in darkness pined.
228 There is a calm for those who weep
576 There is a glorious world of light
C. M . 665 There is a glorious world on high
326 There is a God, all nature speaks
141 There is a hope, a blesséd hope
312 There is a house not made with hands
599 There is a land mine eye hath seen
539 There is a land of pure delight .
590 There is an hour of hallowed peace
537 There is an hour of peaceful rest
540 There is a place of sacred rest . .
531 There is a stream whose gentle flow
196 There is a region lovelier far .
535 There seems a voice in every gale . There's not a hope with comfort fraught
443 The rolling year, Almighty Lord
728 The Saviour bids us watch and pray The Saviour now is gone before.
293 The spacious firmament on high The Spirit breathes upon the word .
197 The Spirit, in our hearts . . .
283 The swift declining day .
296 The thunder bursts! its rolling might
630 The vineyard of the Lord
S. M .
808 The wandering star, the fleeting wind
L. M. 379 The winter is over and gone . .
. 6. . 742 They who on the Lord rely .
79. M. 414 Thine influence, mighty God, is fel
313 This child we dedicate to thee This day let grateful praise ascend
43 This place is holy ground .
H. V .
517 Thou art gone to the grave, &c.
520 Thou art, O God, the life and light.
61. 139 Thou art the Way; and he who sighs
444 Thou art the Way; to thee alone,
252 Though faint and sick, and worn away Though I walk through the gloomy vale
M. 71 Though sorrowy rise and dangers roll
L. M. 61. 459 Thou Fount of blessing, God of love
M. 407 Thou hidden love of God, whose height
L. M. 61. 417 Thou hidden Source of calm repose. .
L. M. 6L 433 Thou Lord of all above
375 Thou sweel gliding Kedron, by thy silver stream 19. M. 877 Thou, who didst stoop below .
8. M. 446 Thou who dwell'st enthroned above
117 Thrice happy souls, who, born from heaven
418 Through all the changing scenes of life. . .
129 Through endless years thou art the same. . . Through sorrow's night and danger's path
563 Through thee, O Lord, we own .
Through the day thy love has spared us .
Through the night-air stealing . . .
Thus far the Lord has led me on
Thus saith the first, the great command
Thus spake the Saviour when he sent
Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confess
Thy law is perfect, Lord of light
Thy life I read, my dearest Lord
Thy name, Almighty Lord .
Thy presence, everlasting God
Thy way, O God ! is in the sea
Time is winging us away . .
"T is by the faith of joys to come ,
"T is by thy strength the mountains stand
T is finished !- so the Saviour cried .
Tis God, the Spirit, leads . . . .
'Tis summer, glorious summer
To Him from whom our blessings flow
Toiling through the livelong night
To keep the lamp alive
To praise the bounteous Lord of all
To prayer, to prayer! for the morning breaks
To thee be praise for ever .
To thee, great Source of light
To thee my heart, Eternal King
To thee, O Lord, with humble fear
To thee, O God! we homage pay . .
To thee our wants are known ..
To thy temple we repair .
Truly the light of morn is sweet . .
'T was in the watches of the night.
'T was on that dark, that mournful n
Vital spark of heavenly flame . . .
Watchman ! tell us of the night. ..
Weak and irresolute is man
We bid thee welcome in the name
We bless thee for this sacred day .
We come, with joy and gladness
Weep not for the saint that ascends
We have met in peace together. .
Welcome, sweet day of rest . . .
We meditate the day. .
Whatever dims the source of truth
un . .
What if the little rain should say
What is the chaff, the word of man
What is this that stirs within
What must it be to dwell above
What secret hand, at morning!
What sinners value I resign .
What though the arm of conquering death
What works of wisdom. power, and love
When all thy mercies, O my God
When anguish bows me down, I turn
When, as returns this solemn day
When before thy throne we kneel.