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Great is the harvest, truly great; 189. Hear my requests, O Lord! and give 149
is the hidden mystery,

9*. O Jesus! my complaints; 81
the feast, to which thou Lord 203 O Lord, a parent's pray’r;

thou our heart's desire, 244

Heart-reviving is the view

Heav'nly joy and holy trembling 206
Had I an angel's heav'nly tongue 162 * Heav'n's kingdom none shall enter 199
we angels' tongues

57. He as a poor, mean child was born 13
Hadst thou not life and salvation 228 ascended up on high,

thou not sought me first, and 116 at noon was on the cross

* Hail, all hail, victorious Lord

44 blesseth me so sensibly,
* Alpha and Omega, hail! 83 bore the curse of all,

* church of Christ, bought with 173 built the earth, he spread the sky 50

First and Last, thou great I AM 83 by his blood aton'd for sin, 200
thou wondrous Infant Stranger ! 14 calls us, brethren, not asham'd 160
dread Lord and ours,


came, to seek and save the lost; 9
*Happy I am:yet o'ermy happiness 254 ever lives to intercede

is each virgin's station 225 ev'ry where hath way,

38 freely laid his majesty

face--of witnesses !
202 fulfili'd all righteousness,

she who finds in Jesus 225

graciously regards our pray’rs, 230
the children who are gone 219

grants us, for our tears,

the children who hetimes 219 guides my soul to living springs, 116
the man whose highest Good 146 hath, by all he did and said, 238
the souls to Jesus join'd, 257 hath dearly bought my soul;
the souls who contrite are! 89 hath himself the keys

they who are excited 225 hath now his Godhead's treasure 157
they who feel the healing 225 hath with a pledge of grace 206
they who oft for Jesus 225

having triumph'd over death, 43
thrice happy hour of grace! 213 in the

days of feeble flesh, 48
Hark! his dying word, Forgive! 36 is and shall remain Our Lord :

how he groans! while nature 36 is, as long as life shall last, 245
how the meek and suff'ring 31 is mine, and I am his,

my soul! it is the Lord ; 124

is my All, my Sacrifice and Priest,164
Omy soul! whatsing the choirs 105 is our Master, Lord and God, 183
the Father welcomes

45 is our Saviour and High-Priest, 229
the trump of God is heard, 250 is the blessed Paschal Lamb, 41
Haste, my Beloved ! fetch soul 258

is the Life, by whom all things 64
then, O Lord! to thee I pray : 138 is the Rock; how firm he proves! 65
Hasten, as for brides is fitting;
206 is the Rock; on hina we build

Hath he not from our earliest days 157 is the Sun of righteousness 10 and 65
Have patience with us sinners ev'ry 68 is the Vine; his heav'nly root 65

we thro'dang'rous paths to rove 152 know's the hours for joy and 53
*HeadandRuler ofthycongregation 197 laid his glory by,

* of thy blest congregation!

228 left his Father's throne above, 90
* of thy church! behold us here 193 left his radiant throne on high 106

of thy church! thy fatherly 228 loves and values me, I him; 241
* of thy congregation,
193 makes

Heal me, O my soul's Physician, 28 meekly all our sorrows bore, 8
us, Immanuel ! here we are,
•84 ne'er shall weep more,

Hear him, ye deaf; his praise ye 162 pardon'd me, like Magdalen;

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He prospers all his servants' toils, 182|Here is the place, where weary souls 39 rests now in peace

220 it is good for us to be! 212 richly feeds my soul

211 it is I find my heaven, 113 riseth, who mankind hath bought 44 many

faithful souls are found, 182 said, My flesh is truly

205 more than Tabor's glories shine:212 saith to us repeatedly,

230 pardon, life, and joys divine 117 tees us willing slaves

62 (saith our kind, redeeming Lord)208 sent his Son with pow'r to save 50 we now-must humbly bow, 202 show'rs his choicest blessings 205 will I stay, and gaze awhile 36 sings now above, 220 will I stay, engag'd

39 speaks; and, listning to his voice 162 Here's a ask, may parents think, 229 subdu'd th' infernal pow'rs, 76 Hereby we stand,

189 * that confides in his Creator, 53 Hereto we cheerful say, Amen! 182

took such in his arms on earth, 249 Herrnhut, the Most High's own 191 wash'd away my ev'ry stain, 7 Hidden from all ages past

38 was offer'd on the tree,

in Christ the treasure lies, 91 when this feast was first ordain'd 207 Highest King and Priest,

63 who in self-righteousness 204) *High in the heav'ns, eternal God! 50 who is by Christ directed,

147 *

on his everlasting throne, 181 who is to Jesus Christ 128 Highly favor'd church! thou art 175 who Jesus' mercy knows,

204 *

favor'd congregation ! 171 who nought but Christ desireth 146 *High-Priest of thy church

180 who prepar'd for ev'ry bird a nest 12

on thee I call;

65 who rules both heav'n and earth, 13 Him in hisglorious realm they praise 258 * who striveth for sanctification, 142 I shall see, whose love to me 257

who the wants of all supplies, 14 His blest people, still on earth, 250 who was scorned on the tree, 183 blood thy cause will plead ; 35 who, without delay,

221 blood, which did for you atone, 46 will present our souls

163 boundless years can ne'er decrease 50 He'll never quénch thesmoaking flax 48 church is still his joy and crown, 44 He's full of grace and truth indeed 79 comforts daily me sustain,

152 merciful and kind

85 cries and pray'rs--his bitter tears i 12 mock'd and defamed,

cross see your

25 your's, with all his merit, 143 ears are open night and day, 221 Heirs of salvation, 242 enliv'ning countenance

192 Help us, O Lord! to watch and pray 252 eye the world at once looks thro' 181

us thy pleasure to fulfil, 59 flesh is torn with whips and nails 35 Heralds of gracewould yecommencel83 goodness and his mercies all 116 Here all our wants are wellsupply'd:209

gcod Spirit's blest instruction 51 are we,children poor and mean 217 grace subdues the pow'r of sin 162 by faith, we're humbly eying 171 holy name for ever be by Jesus' precious blood 254 holy Spirit we receive,

87 come I, my Shepherd; athirst 82 looks of grace insure always

123 doth the Lord of life proclaim 36 love is mighty to compel; I behold, as in a glass,


love produceth love; constrain'd 225 I forget my cares and pains; 34 love, what angel's thought can. 106 I'll sit for ever çiewing

113 loving-kindness those shall 146 in thy presence, we appear, 3 matchless worth none can set

111 is an ensign on a hill :

36 mercy claims our highest praise: 194 is a pasture rich and never 102

mercy ev'ry sinner claims ; is our hand; us, Lord assist 173 meritorious industry,






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His redeem'd his praise show forth, 43| How glad am I that I have known 247 resurrection's pow'r divine, 42 gladam Ithat thou so graciousart136 shame to all will be display'd, 251 greatand wondrous was the strife 41 Spirit cheers my spirit 149 * great at last my joy will be, 132 Spirit is the Sov'reign

great the bliss to be a sheep of 102 Spirit purifies the heart,

85 | * greatly doth my soul rejoice, 253 Spirit teacheth'us to know, 227 greatly man incenses

28 suff'rings have deliver'd thee 249 happy feels a contrite heart 44 thorns and nails pierce thro' 34 * 'happy we, when guilt is gone! 152 word's a lamp unto my feet 4* heart-affecting Christ to see, 218 words with due attention hear: 131 highly blest, how happy is the 102 wounds are open

fountains 76 highly favor'd had I been, Hither each afflicted soul

204 highly wonderful is this 26 sinners, all repair,


is Jesus' sacred soul oppressed, 21 * Ho! ev'ry one that thirsts draw 75 is my soul delighted !

108 ye needy, come and welcome; 73 * lost was my condition,

91 * Hold o'er thy church, Lord, thy 179 mercifulart thou, O God of love! 91

over us thy gracious hand, 169 much better thou'rt attended 238 Holy awe pervades my heart,

45 much we're lov'd by God our 118 Ghost, eternal God!

2 * 'pleasant is love's harmony ! 127 Menye Ghost, thou God and Lord! 67 pleasant is our lot, yea good 103 Ghost! we praise thee


pleasing 'tis a new-born soul to 72 holy, holy, in earth and heaven, 4.6 precious are thy thoughts of 142 * holy;holy! sings th'angelic choir 243 * sad our state by nature is! 6

Lamb, and Prince of peace! 130 * shall a young man cleanse 222

Lord! by thy bodygiv'n to death, 40* shall I meet my Saviour ? 10 * Lord, holy and almighty Lord! 1 should I, slaughter'd Lamb!

207 name of Jesus !

soon, exalted Jesus!

245 Spirit! we adore thee,

56 soon, when Satan tempts, I start 137 * Trinity!

57 sweetly this our brother sleeps 249 Honor to the almighty Three,

sweet the name of Jesus'sounds 16 Hosanna! Hosanna!

218 sweet the preciousgospel sounds 162 to the royal Son

that blest moment I regard, 33 to the Son of David, 62 the blood, which from thee 206 *How amiable thy habitations are 171 vast is here display'd,

207 blestam I,most gracious Saviour 103 very weak I am,

92 blest are we, when we enjoy 212 * well, O Lord, art thou thy 52 blest he is who weigheth this, 40 wondrous thy love

135 blest;; how excellent and kind 119 wretched they who still despise 9 blest, when we can say

255 However weak and helpless we, 114 bold and vain th' attempt 179 Human reason is too shallow, 206 * bright appears the Morning-Star 97 Humbly, LordChrist, I theeaddress: 247

can a sinner here below 141 Hungry and thirsty after thee, 99 can I view the slaughter'd Lamb113 * Hush, dear child, lie still and 238

could I bear the guilt of sin, 247 * could I bear to be partaker 145 couldst thou love such worms 117

do I, with spirit's hunger,

do we blush with conscious · 18 * I am a poor sinners

134 doth the old corruption strive 136 am assurd, nor life, nor death 243 fast can love-cords bind! 128 am lost in wonder,


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I am of my salvation

136 I see my Saviour kneeling 20 am the chief of sinners, yea the 116 see my Saviour languish 22 * ask not honor, pomp or praise, 143 see thee scourg'd, plung'd in a 26 confess, O Lord! with deep 134

send my cries unto the Lord,

4 confidently do believe,


shall, when time is o'er, 244 daily drink the healing streams 164

sinful worm, with awe before 37 deliver'dthee, when bound, 124

tell the hours and daysand years 243 : do not praise my lab'ring hand, 52

thank thee, gracious Lord, that 14 fall at thy feet;


thank thee, that in mercy, thou 95 feel how much in debt I

am ;

thank thee, with sincerest heart's 116 feel the load of sin so vast; 79

thee adore, my gracious King!

93 fully am assured,


thirst! thou didst upon the cross 71 give thee thanks unfeigned, 25

thy unwortly child,

78 gladly will show forth thy praise, 137

trust my guilt was done away

81 go hence at th' appointed hour, 247 unworthy sinner,

111 hear th' enraptur'd song, 255

view, in thee; thou wan and

39 · I, and my transgressions, 27

view the Lamb in his own light, 90 in the dust adore,

92 * will a little pilgrim be, * kneel in spirit at my Saviour's 37

will my heart to thee resign, 217

217 know, I worthless am,

118 * will rejoice in God my Saviour, 15 know my poverty ;

78 * will sing to my Creator, 50 know, that in myself I have no 164

wish, as faithful Christians do, 143 know, that nought in me avails 133 * with the fallen human face, his know that thro' thy grace 133 * would go from pole to pole

7 time know the weakness of my soul, 139 I'll be like Magd’en at thy feet, 79 know, thro' mercy free, 118

be my ftesh denying,

28 know, 'tis not the same,


be with the beholders, lay in fetters groaning ;


glory in nothing but only in Jesus 121 live now, and to God myself will 212

go with thee, my Saviour, ok to Golgotha;

23 109 here with thee continue,

35 love his people and their ways, 217

make thy wondrous dying love, 215 love his tears and sufit'rings great,217

never cease repeating

91 love mountCalv'ry,where his love217 * praise thee with my heart and 156 * love the Lord who dy'd for me, 217

spare all needless thinking, 153 love to hear that he was slain, 217

speak the honours of thy name 16 love to think the time will comę, 217 trust my great Physician's skill 153

weep, whene'er he's not to me, 123" soul and frail abode my 236\I'm lost in wonder and amaze;

20 106

often stubborn, vain and wild 214 of his body am a limb;


overcome with humble shame, 112 once was wholly dead in sin 92 & 136

well assur'd,

164 ought to have been pained, 27 If any thing in us appears

141 123 done to obey thy laws,

234 recommend myself for ever 85

early thou wilt take me hence, 215 resign myself to thee;

951* father, mother, children, wife, 131 saw One hanging on a tree, 90

he his grace on us confer,

218 see him in the garden


I were free from all distress, 185 see him lead a suff'ring life, 83

Jesus should appear

244 see him look with pity down, 84 my sins! burden would

103 see his countenance defiled,

23 once the plough in hand we 131 see his hands and feet extended 23

one member honor'd be, 126


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99|In lively colors, Jesús, draw 118 the Lord protect me,

150love remember this thy flock, 194 there's a fervor in my soul, 100 • lying down to take my rest, 235 thou, O Comforter! 69 manifested love explain

89 thou partakest of his grace,

238 # mercy, Lord, remember me; 236 thou thro' thorny.paths wilt lead 103 * mercy, Lord, this grace bestow, 187 thou wilt have me longer stay, 215

mutual love and harmony, 226 to Jesus they appeal, 104 my body when restor'd

246 unto us our friends are good, 216 my distress, I rais'd with faith, 156 we are to thy cause but true, 187 my forlorn condition, 91 and 108 we in Jesus' saving name believe 140 Olivet's garden,

24 we thy rich forgiveness daily 225 our degree and measure, we, when by guilt oppressed, 221 * our short warfare here below, 187 we, with uprightness, 221 * peace will I lie down to sleep; 237 with willing resignation, 153 peace with all may I be found, 165

yet, while pardon may be found 251 pity look upon my need; 77 Immanuel, incarnate God! 14 search of empty joys below, 75

our Brother now, 242 servant's form, lo! he appears, 15 to thee we singi 13 spirit we behold him,

205 * Immanuel's meritorious tears

suff'ring be thy love my peace, 115 Impart to us that needful good 217 temptation may we firmly stand, 226 Impress thy wounds upon my heart, 136 that ever lovely, heart-piercing 254 Imprint thine image in my heart, 215/* that important, doleful night, 202 In a moment stands before us

that most dark and doleful night 201 age and feebleness extreme, 245 that most precious river cleanse 214 all I think, or speak, or do, 19 the dust we sink before thee, 197 all our griefs he takes a share ; 48 the glorious presence

254 all wants, in all distresses, 177 the grave for me he lay; all we do, constrain'd by love, 42

the hope of all this joy,

250 bread and wine to them he


201 the morn, at the sixth hour, 27 ceaseless happiness they view. 220 * th' name of Jesus Christour Lord, 198 childhood and in youth


the Redeemer, as my Head, 83 converse make me tractable 165 * thee I live, and move, and am; 52 darkest shades, if thou appear,' 235

thee I trust by faith,

109 darkness we stray'd,

68 thee, O Christ, is all my hope, 79 distress be thou

Saviour; 240

these degen'rate evil days, 2 electing grace rejoice;

192 these our days exalt thy name, 182 * evil long I took delight, 90 * thineimage, Lord, thou mad'st me 5

fine, spotless linen drest, 255 this vain and wretched world 229 * God, the mighty Lord of hosts, 229 * this world, so full of snares, 229 him complete I'shine:

111 thy death is all my trust; 39 him I trust for evermore; 87 thy family, O Jesus !

171 him we live and move, 239 thy garděn here below

148 his great atonement

254 thy grace my children keep, 229 * holy writ it is avow'd,

82 * thy loveand knowledge, gracious 148 * humble, grateful lays,


thy most precious blood, 92 * Jesus' love and peace,

181 thy righteousness array'd, 18 * joyful hymns of praise, 163 thy wounds, O Jesus !

ju labor, or at rest, O Lord bedew 178 want, my plentiful supply, 100 life, they witness this, with pow'r 183 weakness, pow'r divine he pains, 146 liveliest manner, 218 wisdom, infinite thou art ;


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