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Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews
Hail, all hail the joyful morn.
Hail, great Creator, wise and good
Hail to the Lord's anointed .
Hail to the Sabbath day
Happy the children of the Lord
Happy the heart, where graces reign.
Happy the meek, whose gentle breast
Hark! from the tombs a warning sound
Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comes
Hark! the song of jubilee.
Hark! the voice of love and mercy ,
Hark! what celestial sounds
Hark! what mean those holy voices
Hath not thy heart within thee burned
Have mercy on me, O my God . .
Hear what God, the Lord, hath spoken
Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims
Heave, mighty ocean, heave
Heaven is the land where troubles cease
He dies! the Friend of sinners dies
He has gone to his God; he has gone to his home
has gone to his of sinners diesse
He knelt; the Saviour knelt and prayed . .
Help us to help each other, Lord
Here, in the broken bread .
Here, in thy name, Eternal God
Here in thy temple, Lord, we meet .
Here, Saviour, we would come
High in the heavens, Eternal God
High, in yonder realms of light
Holy and reverend is thy name.
Holy, boly, holy Lord
Holy Spirit, from on high .
Hosanna ! let us join to sing
House of our God, with cheerful anthems ring
How are thy servants blest, O Lord
How beauteous are their feet ,
How beautiful the sight.
How blest is he who fears the Lord
How blest is he whose tranquil mind
How blest the righteous when he dies
How blest the sacred tie that binds
How cheering the thought, that the spirits in bliss
How firm the saint's foundation stands
How gentle God's commands .
How happy is he born and taught . .
How large the promise, how divine
How lovely are iby dwellings, Lord
How pleasant, how divinely fair.
How pleasant 't is to see
How pleased and blest was I
How precious are thy thoughts of peace .
How precious is the book divine.
How rich thy gists, Almighty King .
How shall the young secure their hearts
How shall we praise thee, Lord of light.
How short and hasty is our life . .
How sweet, how calm the Sabbath morn
How sweet, how heavenly is the sight
How sweetly flowed the gospel's sound
How sweet the hour of closing day .
How sweet the melting lay .
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
How sweet to be allowed to pray . .
How sweet to bless the Lord .
How sweet upon this sacred day .
How swift, alas! the moments ily .
How swift the torrent rolls
How tender is thy hand
I cannot shun the stroke of death
If death my friend and me divide
I feel within a want .
If human kindness meets return
If on a quiet sea . .
If solid happiness we prize
I'll praise my Maker with my breath
I looked upon the righteous man
I love the volume of thy word
I love to steal a while away
Imposture shrinks from light
In all my vast concerns with thee
In glad amazement, Lord, I stand
In Judah's rugged wilderness .
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In one fraternal bond of love
In pleasant lands have fallen the lines
In sleep's serene oblivion laid
In the broad fields of heaven
In the cross of Christ I glory
In the soft season of thy youth
In trouble and in grief, o God .
In vain our fancy strives to paint .
In vain we trace creation o'er .
I praised the earth in beauty seen
I sing th' almighty power of God
Israel's Shepherd, guide me, feed me
Is there a God? Yon rising sun
Is there a lone and dreary hour
Is there ambition in my heart
Is this a fast for me.
I waited patient for the Lord
I want a principle within
I would not live alway; I ask not to sta
Laborers of Christ, arise
Leader of Israel's host, and Guide
Let all the earth their voices raise
Let all the heathen writers join
Let children hear the mighty deeds .
let children never fear
Let coward guilt, with pallid
Let deepest silence all around
Let everlasting glories crown
Let every creature join . . .
Let every mortal ear attend. .
Let men of high conceit and zeal
Let one loud song of praise arise.
Let others boast how strong they be
Let party names no more . .
Let plenteous grace descend on those
Let i hem neglect thy glory, Lord
Let the still air rejoice
Let the whole race of creatures lio
Let us join, as God commands
Let us with a joyful mind . .
Let vain pursuits and vain desires
Let worldly men, from shore to shore
Life is a span, a fleeting hour. .
Life is the time to serve the Lord
Life's little lines, how short, how fain
Lift aloud the voice of praise
Lift not thou the wailing voice
Lift up to God the voice of praise
Lift your glad voices in triumph on high
Light of those whose dreary dwelling.
Like Israel's hosts to exile driven .
Like shadows gliding o'er the plain
Lo, God is here! Let us adore
Lord, before thy presence come.
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing.
Lord, have mercy when we pray
Lord, how secure and blest are they
Lord, how delightful 't is to see.
Lord Jesus, come, for here .
Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear.
Lord, in heaven, thy dwelling place
Lord, in whose might the Saviour trod
Lord, lead my heart to learn . .
Lord, now we part in thy blest name. .
Lord of heaven, and earin, and ocean
Lord of hosts, to thee we raise .
Lord of the Sabbath, hear our vows
Lord of the sea ! thy potent sway
Lord of the worlds above. .
Lord of the worlds below .
Lord, teach us how to pray aright
Lord, teach a little child to pray.
Lord, thou art good : all nature shows
Lord, thou hast searched and seen me through
Lord, we come to seek thy blessing
Lord, what a feeble piece .
Lord, while for all mankind we pray
Lo! the lilies of the field
Lo! they come from east to west
Lo! the prisoner is released
Love divine, all love excelling
Lo! what an entertaining sight
Lowly and solemn be
Mark the soft falling snow . . .
Mark the virtuous man . .
May the grace of Christ, our Savio
Mighty One, before whose face
Mighty One, whose name is Holy
Mistaken souls, that dream of heaven
Morning breaks upon the tomb
My country, 't is of thee
My dear Redeemer and my Lord
My Father! cheering name
My Father! I adore . . . .
My Father's house on high
My few revolving years .
My God! all nature owns thy sway
My God, how endless is thy love
My God, I thank thee! may no though
My God, I now from sleep a wake
My God, my everlasting hope . .
My God, my Father, while I stray
My God! thy boundless love I praise
My God, thy service well demands .
My gracious Lord, whose changeless love
My Maker and my King . . .
My soul, be on thy guard.
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My soul lieg cleaving to the dust
My soul, praise the Lord, speak good of his name 10&lls. M.
My soul, repeat his praise .
My soul shall praise thee, O my God
My soul, triumphant in the Lord
My soul, why sink when griefs oppress. .
Naked, as from the earth we came.
Nature, with all her powers, shall sing
Not for the pious dead we weep
Not for the summer hour alone .
Not in the church-yard shall he sle
Not to the terrors of the Lord
Not with terror do we meet . .
No war nor battle's sound .
Now begin the heavenly theme
Now from labor and from care .
Now, gracious Lord, thine arm reveal
Now I approach thy table, Lord.
Now I resolve with all my heart
Now is the day of grace .
Now let a true ambition rise
Now let our prayers ascend to th
Now, Lord, we part awhile .
Now may He who from the dead
Now the full glories of the Lamb
Now the shades of night are gono
Now to the Lord a noble song.
0, all ye nations, praise the Lord
0, bless the Lord, my soul ; His grace, &c.
bless the Lord, my soul i Lot all, , bow thine ear, Eternal One
cease, my wandering soul . , come, and let th' assembly all , come, loud anthems let us sing , could our thoughts and wishes fly 0, could we speak the matchless worth 0, draw me, Father, after thee O'er the dark wave of Galilee O Father, though the anxious fear O Father, good or evil send O Father, to thy mercy-seat . . O, for a closer walk with God O, for a faith that will not shrink
or a firm and lively faith O, for a heart to praise my God O, for an overcoming faith. .
for a prophet's fire
for a shout of joy. 0, for a shout of sacred joy .
for a sweet, inspiring ray . 0, for a thousand tongues to sing . O, for that tenderness of heart . . 0, for the death of those . . . O God, accept the sacred hour . . O God, by whom the seed is given. O God, I thank thee that the night O God, my Father and my King O God, my strength, my hope . O God, that mad'st the earth and sky