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The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts

Editor: John Rippon
Publisher: Stereotyped by L. Johnson/ David Clark / Moore & Payne, Clinton Hall, Philadelphia / New York, 1835
Language: English
Notes: Includes "A Selection of Hymns, from the Best Authors, including a great number of originals: intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watt's Psalms and Hymns by John Rippon, D. D. (1827). Some pages missing from page scan.
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982Dear Lord! though bitter is the cupPage Scan
983Unite, my roving thoughts! unitePage Scan
984Dear Friend of friendless sinners, hearPage Scan
985'Repent!' the voice celestial criesPage Scan
986aSearcher of hearts! before thy facePage Scan
986bLord! shed a beam of heavenly dayPage Scan
987Exalted Prince of Life! we ownPage Scan
988Father! at thy call I comePage Scan
989Prostrate, dear Jesus! at thy feetPage Scan
990Dear Saviour! when my thoughts recallPage Scan
991The mighty God will not despisePage Scan
992Why, O my soul, why weepest thou?Page Scan
993The Lord will happiness divinePage Scan
994My times of sorrow and of joyPage Scan
995O Lord! my best desires fulfilPage Scan
996And can my heart aspire so highPage Scan
997It is the Lord--enthron'd in lightPage Scan
998Asham'd of Christ!--my soul, disdainPage Scan
999And must I part with all I havePage Scan
1000Let those who bear the Christian namePage Scan
1001If secret fraud should dwellPage Scan
1002aReligion is the chief concernPage Scan
1002bHow vast the blessings, how divinePage Scan
1003Through all the changing scenes of lifePage Scan
1004aAway, my unbelieving fear!Page Scan
1004bTemptations, trials, doubts, and fearsPage Scan
1005aLord, didst thou die, but not for me?Page Scan
1005bIf God is mine, then present thingsPage Scan
1006aYe trembling souls! dismiss your fearsPage Scan
1006bDear Lord! why should I doubt thy lovePage Scan
1007Unclean! unclean! and full of sinPage Scan
1008Begone, unbelief! my Saviour is nearPage Scan
1009Happy the man,who finds the gracePage Scan
1010Blest men, who stretch their willing handsPage Scan
1011aWhile carnal men, with all their mightPage Scan
1011bIf duty calls, and suffering tooPage Scan
1012aWith melting heart and weeping eyesPage Scan
1012bIs there, in heav'n or earth, who canPage Scan
1013Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
1014aGracious Lord, incline thine ear!Page Scan
1014bHelp and salvation, Lord! I cravePage Scan
1015aBeset with snares on every handPage Scan
1015bMy God! thy boundless love we praisePage Scan
1016aAnd will th' eternal KingPage Scan
1016bLike Israel, Lord, am I!Page Scan
1016cWhen Jesus for his people diedPage Scan
1017aAnd will the offended God againPage Scan
1017bLord! let me see thy beauteous face!Page Scan
1017cIndulgent God! to Thee I raisePage Scan
1018How happy is the pilgrim's lotPage Scan
1019Rise, my soul! and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
1020Awake, my soul! stretch every nervePage Scan
1021My Captain sounds th' alarm of warPage Scan
1022Jesus! at thy commandPage Scan
1023Jesus! lover of my soulPage Scan
1024aNow let the feeble all be strongPage Scan
1024b'Tis my happiness belowPage Scan
1025Great God! what hosts of angels standPage Scan
1026Hear, gracious God, my humble moanPage Scan
1027I would, but cannot singPage Scan
1028The wandering star, and fleeting windPage Scan
1029Oft have I turn'd my eye withinPage Scan
1030Why should a living man complainPage Scan
1031Jesus, let thy pitying eyePage Scan
1032How did the powers of darkness ragePage Scan
1033Sweet was the time when first I feltPage Scan
1034Dear Refuge of my weary soulPage Scan
1035Great leader of thine Israel's hostPage Scan
1036O my soul! what means this sadness?Page Scan
1037Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
1038Alas! what hourly dangers rise!Page Scan
1039I ask'd the Lord that I might growPage Scan
1040Praise to thy name, eternal GodPage Scan
1041Now let our souls, on wings sublimePage Scan
1042Thus far my God hath led me onPage Scan
1043Ye servants of the LordPage Scan
1044Assist us, Lord, thy name to praisePage Scan
1045O thou, that hast redemption wroughtPage Scan
1046Hark! 'tis our heav'nly Leader's voicePage Scan
1047Return, my roving heart, returnPage Scan
1048Great God, oppress'd with grief and fearPage Scan
1049What strange perplexities arise!Page Scan
1050Father divine, thy piercing eyePage Scan
1051Great God, where'er we pitch our tentPage Scan
1052Ah, wretched souls, who strive in vainPage Scan
1053Father of all, thy care we blessPage Scan
1054Great God, now condescendPage Scan
1055See Israel's gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
1056In sweet exalted strainsPage Scan
1057Great God, thy watchful care we blessPage Scan
1058Dear Shepherd of thy people! herePage Scan
1059How charming is the placePage Scan
1060Lord of hosts, how lovely fairPage Scan
1061How lovely, how divinely sweetPage Scan
1062Thou, Lord, my safety, thou my LightPage Scan
1063Almighty Maker, God!Page Scan
1064The joyful morn, my God, is comePage Scan
1065Holy wonder, heavenly gracePage Scan
1066Another six days' work is donePage Scan
1067Awake our drowsy souls, shake offPage Scan

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