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A Collection of Hymns and A Liturgy: for the use of Evangelical Lutheran Churches; to which are added prayers for families and individuals

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201Behold! the lofty skyTextPage Scan
202Let all the heathen writers joinTextPage Scan
203Let av'rice borne from shore to shoreTextPage Scan
204Father of mercies, in thy wordTextPage Scan
205Far hence each superstition vainTextPage Scan
206How precious is the book divineTextPage Scan
207What glory gilds the sacred pageTextPage Scan
208Laden with guilt, and full of fearsTextPage Scan
209God, in the gospel of his SonTextPage Scan
210'Twas by an order from the LordTextPage Scan
211Father of all! eternal mind!TextPage Scan
212Author of good! we rest on theeTextPage Scan
213O God of Jacob, by whose handTextPage Scan
214Father of all! whose cares extendTextPage Scan
215Almighty Lord of all!TextPage Scan
216Father of mercies! God of love!TextPage Scan
217To thee, O God! my pray'r ascendsTextPage Scan
218My God, my portion, and my love!TextPage Scan
219God, my supporter and my hopeTextPage Scan
220Great God, indulge my humble claimTextPage Scan
221O thou to whose all-searching sightTextPage Scan
222Beset with snares on ev'ry handTextPage Scan
223My God, the visits of thy faceTextPage Scan
224In vain my roving thoughts would findTextPage Scan
225Man has a soul of vast desiresTextPage Scan
226When in the light of faith divineTextPage Scan
227Sinners! the voice of God regardTextPage Scan
228Why will ye lavish out your yearsTextPage Scan
229How long shall dreams of creature-blissTextPage Scan
230Who shall against the Lord prevail?TextPage Scan
231Arise, my tend'rest thoughts, ariseTextPage Scan
232Indulgent God! with pitying eyeTextPage Scan
233Behold, O Israel's GodTextPage Scan
234The man is ever blest TextPage Scan
235Oh! how my fears the dangers moveTextPage Scan
236Awake, my soul! lift up thine eyesTextPage Scan
237Lord, when iniquities aboundTextPage Scan
238The Lord into his vineyard comesTextPage Scan
239Raise thoughtless sinner raise thine eyeTextPage Scan
240Show pity Lord! O Lord, forgiveTextPage Scan
241O thou who hear'st when sinners cry!TextPage Scan
242Oppressed with guilt, or grief, or careTextPage Scan
243When rising from the bed of deathTextPage Scan
244Perpetual source of light and grace!TextPage Scan
245God of mercy! God of grace!TextPage Scan
246Blest instructor! from thy waysTextPage Scan
247O thou, whose tender mercy hearsTextPage Scan
248The Lord, how kind are all his waysTextPage Scan
249Searcher of hearts! to theeTextPage Scan
250O turn, great Ruler of the skiesTextPage Scan
251Lord! we have wander'd from thy wayTextPage Scan
252Attend, my soul, with aweTextPage Scan
253Sweet is the friendly voice which speaksTextPage Scan
254O blessed souls are theyTextPage Scan
255When God revealed his gracious nameTextPage Scan
256How various and how newTextPage Scan
257The trav'ller, lost in nightTextPage Scan
258Come, ye that love the LordTextPage Scan
259Now let our voices joinTextPage Scan
260Ye trembling souls! dismiss your fearsTextPage Scan
261When I can read my title clearTextPage Scan
262Not all the nobles of the earthTextPage Scan
263Forsake, my soul! the tents of sinTextPage Scan
264With transport, Lord! we view the pageTextPage Scan
265O happy soul that lives on highTextPage Scan
266While some in folly's pleasures rollTextPage Scan
267O happiness, thou pleasing dream!TextPage Scan
268When gloomy thoughts and fearsTextPage Scan
269How blest the man, how more than blestTextPage Scan
270There is a glorious world on highTextPage Scan
271All earthly charms, however dearTextPage Scan
272Ye humble souls, complain no moreTextPage Scan
273How happy is the man who hearsTextPage Scan
274So let our lips and lives expressTextPage Scan
275I want a principle withinTextPage Scan
276What strange perplexities arise!TextPage Scan
277Who shall ascend thy heav'nly placeTextPage Scan
278Great God! whose all-pervading eyeTextPage Scan
279Supreme and universal light!TextPage Scan
280Th' uplifted eye, and bended kneeTextPage Scan
281Had I the tongues of Greeks and JewsTextPage Scan
282Thou art my portion, O my God!TextPage Scan
283Whilst sinners, who presume to bearTextPage Scan
284Blest are the undefiled in heartTextPage Scan
285Bless'd are the humble souls, who seeTextPage Scan
286Dost thou my worthless name recordTextPage Scan
287Ah wretched souls who strive in vainTextPage Scan
288Awake, our souls! away our fears!TextPage Scan
289Awake my soul! stretch ev'ry nerveTextPage Scan
290Our country is Immanuel's groundTextPage Scan
291Let sorrow, Lord, my bosom fillTextPage Scan
292Ye servants of the LordTextPage Scan
293Assist us, Lord, thy name to praiseTextPage Scan
294Faith adds new charms to earthly blissTextPage Scan
295'Tis by the faith of joys to comeTextPage Scan
296By various maxims, forms, and rulesTextPage Scan
297Lord, dost thou shew a corner-stoneTextPage Scan
298In vain would boasting reason findTextPage Scan
299Jesus! and shall it ever beTextPage Scan
300Shall I forsake that heavenly friendTextPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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