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ADORE and tremble for our God
Alas! and did my Saviour bleed
All glory to thy, wondrous name
All inortal vanities be gone
All ye that love the Lord rejoice
Almighty Ruler of the skies
Amidst thy wrath remember love
Among the assemblies of the great
Among the princes earthly gods
And are we wretches yet alive
And must this body die
And now the scaies have left mine eyes
And will the God of grace
Aie all the foes of Sion fools
A re sinners now so senst less grown
Arise my gracious God
Arise my soul my joyful powers
Ag new-born babes desire the breast
At thy command, our dearest Lord
Attend, while God's exalted Son
A wake my heart, arise my tongue
Awake our souls, away our fears -
A wake ye saints to praise your King
Away from every mortal care
Baek ward with humble shame we look
Begin my tongue some heavenly theme
Rehold huw sinners disagree
Behold the blind their sight receive
Behold the glories of the Lamb
Behuid the grace appears
Behold the lofty sky
Behold the love, the generous love
Behold the morning sun
Behold the potter and the clay
Behold the rose of Sharon here
Behold the sure foundation stone
B hold the woman's promis'd seed
13 hold the wretch whose lust and wine
Behold thy waiting servant, Lord
Behold what wondrous grace -
Bless, O my soul, the living God
Bless'd are the humble souls that see
Blest are the sons of peace
Biest are the souls that hear and know
B.ess'd are the .undefil'd in heart -
Bless'l be the everlasting God
Blss'd be the Father and his love
}}_s8'd is the man, forever blest

21| Bless'd is the man who shuns the place 390 . 311 Bless'd is the man whose bowels move 292 666 Bless'd is the nation where the Lord

2 • 159 Biess'd morning! whose young dawning rays 421 387 Bless'd with the joys of innocence

181 564 Blood has a voice to pierce the skies 164 360 Bright King of glory, dreadful God

102 594 Broad is the road that leads to death - 189 87 Bury'd in shadows of the night

234 31 But few among the carnal wise

193 642 335 Can creatures to perfection find

28 466 Children in years and knowledge young

565 469 Christ and his cross is all our theine 468 Coine all harmonious tongues

385 Come children learn to fear the Lord • 217 Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell 430

161 Come, happy souls, approach your God 32 527 Come hither, all ye weary souls

• 253 221 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove

323 202 Come' let our voices join to raise

427 338 Cume let us join a joyful tune

516 49 Come let us join our cheerful songs 406 Come kt us lift our joyful eyes

401 Corne let us lift our voices high

529 177 265 Come, sound his praise abroad

283 Come, we that love the Lord 282 Consider all my sorrows, Lurd

597 126 155 Daughters of Zion, come, behold

540 106 David rejoic'd in Gold his strength

137 414 Dcar Lord, behold our şore distress

354 303 Dearest of all the names above

155 Death cannot make our souls afraid

624 Dea, h may dissolve my body now

• 628 536 Death! 'uis a me ancholy day,

620 455 Deceiv'd by subtle snares of hell

256 108 Deep in our hearts let us record ·

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Deep in the dust before thy throne • 178 264 Descend from heaven, imninortal Dore

326 161 Do we not know that solemn word

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Down headlong from their native skiis 196 370 Dread Sovereign, let my evening song 554 396 243 Early my God without delay

416 379 Ere the blue heavens were stretch'd abroad 103 125 Eternal Sovereign of the sky

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Faith is the brightest evidence

273 High in the heavens, ete. nal God Far as thy name is known

461 High on a hill of dazzling light Far from my thoughts vain world be gone 171 Honour to thee, Almighty Three Father, I bless thy gentle hand

598 Hosanna to king David's Son Father, ang, I faint to see

· 659 Hosanna to our conquering King Father, I sing. thy wondrous grace

229 Hosanna to the King Father, we wait to feel thy grace 532 Hosanna to the Prince of grace Firth and uamov'd are they

211 Hosanna to the Prince of light Firin as the earth thy gospel stands

263 Hosanna to the royal Son Firm was my health, my day was bright 603 Hosanna to the Son Fools in their heart believe and say

182 Hosanna with a cheerful sound Forever blessed be the Lord

340 How are thy glories here display'd Forever shall my song record

173 How awful' is thy chast'ntng rod From age to age exalt his name

361 How beauteous are their fect. From all that dwell below the skies

499 How can I sink with such a prop. From deep distress and troubled thoughts 204 How condescending, and how kind Fiom heaven the sinning angels fell

197 How did my heart rejoice to hear From thee, my God, my joys shall rise 662 How fast their guilt and sorrows rise Gentiles by nature we belong

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How full of anguish is the thonght Give me the wings of faith to rise

337 How heavy is the uight Give thanks to God, he reigns above

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How honourable is the place Give thanks to God, invoke his name

436 How large thc promise, how divine Give thanks to God most high

445 How long, O Lord, shall I complain Give thanks to God the sovereign Lord

78 How long wilt thou conceal thy face Give to our God immortal praise

77 How oft have sin and Satan strove Give to the Father praise

675, How pleasant, how divinely fair Give to the Lord, ye sons of fame

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How pleasant 'tis to see . Glory to God that walks the sky

287 How pleas'd and bitss'd was I Glory to God the Father's name ·

667 How rich are thy provioions, Lord Glory to God the Trinity

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How sad our state by nature is Go preach my gospel saith the Lord

244 How shall I praise the eternal God Go worship at Immanuel's feet

150 How shall the young secure their hearts God in his earthly temple lays

458 How short and basty is our life God is a Spirit just and wise

316 How should the sons of Adam's race God is the refuge of his saints

475 How strong thine arm is, mighty God God my supporter and my hope

168 How sweet and awful is the place God of eternal love

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How vain are all things here below God of my childhood and my youth

572 How wondrous great, how glorious bright God of my life look gently down

596 'I cannot bear thine absence, Lord God of my mercy, and my praise

301'I give immortal praise
God of the morning at whose voice 547 I hate the tempter and his charms
God of the seas thy thund'ring voice 12 I lift my banners, saith the Lord
God the eternal awful name -

86 I lift my soul to God God who in various methods told

92 I love the Lord, he heard my cries Good is the Lord the heavenly King

558 I love the windows of thy grace • Great God attend while Sion sings

403 I send the joys of earth away Great God how infinite art thou

8 I set the Lord before my face
Great God how oft did Israel prove 441 I sing my Saviour's wondrous death
Great God indulge my huinble claim • • 417 I waited patient for the Lord
Great God I own thy sentence just

622 I will extol thee, Lord, on high Great God the heaven's well order'd frame 96 if God succeed not all the cost Great God thy glories shall employ,

45 ; If God to build the house deny Great God to what a glorious height 114 I'll bless the Lord from day to day Great God whose universal sway

489 I'll praise my Maker with my breath Great is the Lord exalted high

444 I'll speak the honours of my King Great is the Lord, bis works of might 431'in not asham'd to own my Lord Gteat is the Lord our God

460 In all my vast eoncerns with thee Great King of glory and of grace

222 In anger Lord rebuke me not Great Shepherd of thine Israel

. 463 In Gabriel's band a mighty stone Great was the day, the joy was great

207 In Gods own house pronounce his praise Had I the tongues, of Greeks and Jews 305 In Judah God of old was known Had not the Lord, may Israel say

585 In thine own ways, O God of love Happy is he that fears the Lord

295 In vain the wealihý mortals toil Happy the church, thou sacred place . 473 In vain we lavish out our lives Happy the city where their sons · 580 Infinite grief, amazing wo Happy the heart wbere graces reign

296 Into thine hand, O God of truth Happy the man to whoin his God

206 Is there ambition in my heart Happy the man whose cautious feet

Is this the kind return

377 Hark! from the tombs a doloful sound

634 It is the Lord our Saviour's hand. Hark the Redeemer from on high

538 Jehovah speaks, let Israel hear lle reigns! thc Lerd, the Saviour reigns 645 Jehovah reigns, he dwells in light He that hath made his refuge God

601 Jehovah reigns, his throne is high Hear me, O God, nor hide thy face

595 Jesus, in thee our eyes behold Hear what the Lord in vision said

140 Jesus invites his saints Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims 623 Jesus is gone above the skies Help, Lord, for men of virtue fail

574 Jesus our Lord ascend thy throne Hence from my soul sad thoughts be gone 286 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun Here at thy cross, my dying. God

228 Jesus the man of constant grief High as the-beavens above the ground 13 Jesus, we bless thy Father's name

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Jesus, we bow before thy feet
526 Lord, when I count thy mercies o'er

556 Jesus, with all thy saints above

216 Lord, when my thrughts with wonder roll 160 Join all the glorious names

153 Lord, when thou didst ascend on high 130 Join all the names of love and power 151 Loud hallelujahs to the Lord

85 Joy to the world, the Lord is come

110 Judge me, O Lord, and prove iny ways 391 Maker and sovereign Lord

146 Judges who rule the world by laws

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284 Mercy and judgment are my song

590 Mine eyes and my desire

353 Kind is the speech of Christ our Lord 541 Mistaken souls, that dream of heaven

268 My dear Redeemer and my Lord

113 Laden with guilt and full of fears 94 My drowsy powers, why sleep ye so

351 Let all our tongues be one 517 My God, accept my early vows

551 Let all the earth their-voic's raise 660 My God, consider my distress

359 Let all the heathen writers join 97 My God, how endless is thy love

550 Let children hear the mighty deeds 82 My God, how many are my fears

281 Let everlasting glories crown 245 My God, in whom are all the springs

80 Let every creature join 89 My God, any everlasting hope

571 Let every mortal ear attend 252 My God, my King, thy various praise

22 Let every tongue thy goudness speak

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My God, my life, my love

170 Let God arise in all his might

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My God, my portion, and my love

169 Let God the Father, and the Son 671 My God, permit me not to be

388 Let God the Father live 672 My God, permit ny tongue

418 Let God the Maker's name 673 My God, the spring of all my joys

373 Let him embrace iny soul and prove

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My God, the steps of pious men

381 Let me but hear my Saviour say

258 My God, what endless pleasures dwell 297 Let mortal tongues attempt to sing 480 My God, what inward grief I feel

319 Let others boast how strong they be 66 My heart, how dreadful hard it is

352 Let Pharisees of high esteem 302 My heart rejoices in thy name

347 Let sinners 'take their course 390 My never ceasing song shall show

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159 My refuge-is the God of icve Let the seventh angel sound on high 644 My righteous judge, my gracious God

349 Let the whole race of creatures lie 7 My Saviour and my King

457 Let the wild leopards of the wood

183) My Saviour God, my sovereign Prince 508 Let them neglect thy glory, Lord 218 My Saviour, my Almighty Friend

200 Let us adore th' eternal Word 513 My shepherd is the living Lord

165 Let Zion and her sons rejoice 488 My shepherd will supply my need

- 168 Let Zion in her King, rejoice

476 My soul come meditate the day Let Zion praise the mighty God 560 My soul forsakes her vain delight

- 331 zife and immortal joys are given 272 My soul how lovely is the place

404 Life is the time to serve the Lord 609 My soul lies cleaving to the dust

358 Lift up your eyes to th' heavenly seat 143 My soul repeat his praise

4 Like sheep we went astray 132 My sjul thy great Creator praise

62 Lo, the destroying angel Hlies 164 My spirit looks to God alone

321 Lo, the young tribes of Adam rise 569) My spirit sinks within me, Lord

279 Lo, what a glorious corner stone 424 My thoughts on awful subjects roll

..630 Lo, what a glorious sight appears •

497 My thoughts surmount these lower skies 275 Lo, what an entertaining sight 299 My trust is in my heavenly Friend

342 Long as I bless thy name

23 Long have I sat beneath the sound

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Naked as from the earth we eame

315 Lord, at thy temple we appear

025 Nature with all lier powers shall sing 479 Lord, hast thou cast the nation off

576 Nature with open volume stands Lord, how divine thy comforts are 519 No, I shall envy them no more

433 Lord, how secure and bless'd are they 285 No, I'll repine at death no more

643 Lord, how secure my conscience was 240 No more, my God, I boast no more

201 Lord, I am thine, but thou wilt prove 386 No sleep nor slumber to his eyes

453 Lord, I am vile, conceiv'd in sin

179 Nor eye hath seen, nor ear hath heard 654 Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes 599 Not all the blood of beasts

270 Lord, I esteem thy judgments right

100 Not all the outward forms on earth Lord, I have made thy word my choice 101 Not different food, nor different dress

301 Loril, I will bless thee all my days 484 Nut from the dust affliction grows

- 67 Lord, I would spread my soré distress • 180 Not the malicious nor profane

• 232 Lord, if thine eyes survey our faults 570 Not to condemn the sons of men

271 Lord, it thou dost not soon appear

575 Nut to our names thou only just and true - 50 413 Not to ourselves who are but dust

48 Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear Lord of the worlds above 405 | Not to the terrors of the Lord

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298 363 Not with our mortal eyes 1.ord, thou hast call'd thy grace to mind

492 Lord, thou hast heard thy servant cry 608 Now be my heart inspir'd to sing

496 Lord, thou hast search'd and seen me through 40 Now be the God of Israel bless'do.

300 Lord, thou hast seen my soul sincere 320 Now by the bowels of my God Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray 555 Now for a tane of lofty praise

138 Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing to stand 459 Now from the roaring lion's rage

528 Now have our hearts embrac'd our God 522 Lord, we adore thy bounteons hand

73 Lord, we adore thy vast designs

71 Now I'm convinc'd the Lord is kind
29 Now in the gall'ries of his grace

545 Lorit, we are blind, poor morials, blind

567 Lord, we confess our numerous faults - 225 Now in the heat of youthful blood

58 Lord, we have heard thy works of old 464 Now let a spacious world arise

119 Lord, what a fueble piece 617 Now let our lips with holy fear

189 Lord, what a heaven of saving grace 172 ! Now let our mournful songs record

524 Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I 434 Now let our pains be all forgot Lord, what a wretched land is this

371 Now let the Father and the Son Lord, what is man, poor feeble man 612 Now let the Lord my Saviour smile

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