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SUFFERINGS of CHRIST, 17, 35, 45, 54.

VANITY of man, 33, 69, verse 3, &c. SUNDAY, (See Lord's-Day.)

WAR, Psalms in time of, 14, 16, 40. SUPPORT and counsel from God, 13, verse 1; WATCHFULNESS, 15, p. ii., last three verses; 45, last verse; 73, p. ii.

33, 46, 114. TEMPORAL business and comforts, blessings on, WHITSUNDAY, 42, 53, 117, 118. (See Grace, prayed for, 102.

Holy Spirit.) TEMPTATIONS Overcome, 3, 14.

WICKEDNESS of man, 11, 44. THANKSGIVING. (See Praise.)

WINTER and summer, 121. THUNDER and storm, 24, verse 3, &c.

WORKS of Creation, Providence, and Grace, TRINITY-SUNDAY, psalms proper for, 39, 41, 89. 15, 121. (See Creation, Providence, Trust in God, 57. (See Hope.)

Grace.) in creatures vain, 48, 120.

WORSHIP and order of the Church, 42 TRUTH of God celebrated, 117, 118, 120.

, delight in it, 63, 68, 78. UNBELIEF and envy cured, 31.

public, 49, 63, 74, 79, 99, 106. UNCHANGBABLE GOD. (See God.)

ZEAL, prayer for, 97, p. ii. verse 2, &c. UNITY advantages of, celebrated, 107.

ZION.

(Seo Church.)

OF THE

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH

IN

The United States of America,

SET FORTH IN GENERAL CONVENTIONS OF BAID CHURCH,

IN THE YEARS OF OUR LORD

1789, 1808, & 1826.

STEREOTYPED BY JAMES CONNER, NEW-YORK.

NEW YORK:

PUBLISHED BY THE NEW-YORK PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL PRESS

46 Lumber-Street, in rear of Trinity Church.

X do hereby certify, that this edition of the HYMNS OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH, IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, set forth in General Conventions of said Church, in the years of our Lord 1789, 1808, and 1826, has been compared and corrected by the Standard Stereotype Edition, and is permitted to be published as a stereotype edition, duly compared and corrected by a suitable person, appointed for that purpose.

JOHN HENRY HOBART, Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Churck

in the State of New York.

NEW-YORK, FEBRUARY 1, 1830.

H Y M NS.

1. THE HOLY SCRIPTURES.

HYMN 1.

(C. M.) 1 GREAT GOD! with wonder and with praise

On all thy works I look;
But still thy wisdom, power, and grace,

Shine brightest in thy book.
2 The stars, that in their courses roll,

Have much instruction given;
But thy good word informs my soul

How I may soar to heaven.
3 The fields provide me food, and show

The goodness of the Lord; But fruits of life and glory grow

In thy most holy word. 4 Here are my choicest treasures hid;

Here my best comfort lies; Here my desires are satisfied,

And here my hopes arise. 5 Lord, make me understand thy law,

Show what my faults have been, And from thy Gospel let me draw

Pardon for all my sin. 6 Here would I learn how Christ has died

To save my soul from hell; Not all the books on earth beside,

Such heavenly wonders tell.
7 Then let me love my Bible more,

And take a fresh delight,
By day to read these wonders o'er,
And meditate by night.
HYMN 2.

(C. M.) 1 FATHER of mercies ! in thy word What endless glory shines !

For ever be thy name ador'd,
For these celestial lines.
2 Here may the wretched sons of want

Exhaustless riches find;
Riches above what earth can grant,

And lasting as the mind.

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