A Collection of Hymns for Public and Private Worship approved by the Presbytery of Charleston

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d101Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray
d102Lord, what a feeble frame is ours
d103Lord, when my [our] raptured thought surveys
d104Love suffers long, love envies not
d105Mean though I am, not wholly so
d106Mistaken souls, that [who] dream of heaven
d107My race is run, my warfare's o'er
d108My son, saith God, with patient mind
d109My soul and spirit filled with joy
d110Naked as from the earth we came
d111Not all the outward forms on earth, Nor rites that God hath given
d112Now let us raise our cheerful strains
d113O God, my Sun, thy blissful rays
d114O God of Bethel, by whose hand
d115O God, our Father, and our king
d116O God, we praise thee and confess
d117O happy is the man [child] who [that] hears instruction's [religion's] [Messiah's] warning voice
d118O thou, the wretched's sure retreat
d119O ye immortal throng Of angels round the throne
d120Omniscient God, 'tis thine to know
d121Patience, thou grace divinely fair
d122Perpetual source of light and grace
d123Plunged in a [the] gulf of dark [deep] despair
d124Rejoice, the Savior reigns, The God of truth and love
d125Say, should we search the globe around
d126See how the little toiling ant
d127See how the morning [mounting] [rising] sun
d128See how the willing converts trace
d129See Isr'l's gentle Shepherd stand [stands]
d130Seek ye the Lord, while yet his ear
d131Shall not my wrath relent
d132Since Jesus freely [purely] did appear
d133Soft season of repose
d134Soon shall this earthly frame, dissolved
d135Stern winter throws his [her] [its] icy chains
d136The earth and all the heavenly frame
d137The federal head of all mankind
d138The God of Jacob chose the hill
d139The hour of my departure's come
d140The race that long in darkness pined
d141The rush may rise where waters flow
d142The spring great God at thy command
d143The sun is swiftly mounted high
d144The time draws nigh when from the clouds Christ shall with shouts descend
d145The wretched prodigal behold
d146Thou art, O God, a Spirit pure
d147Thou didst, O mighty God, exist
d148Thus saith [speaks] the high and lofty One
d149Thus saith the mercy [promise] of the Lord
d150Thus speaks the heathen, how shall man
d151Thus we commemorate the day
d152To all that's good averse and blind
d153To him that [who] loved the souls [sons] of men
d154To praise the [thee] ever bounteous [beauteous] Lord
d155'Twas by an order from the Lord
d156'Twas on that night, when doomed to know [die]
d157Ungrateful sinner [sinners] whence this scorn
d158Vain are the hopes the [that] sons of men
d159Vital spark of heavenly flame
d160We all, like sheep, had gone astray in ruin's fatal road
d161We bless the prophet of the Lord
d162What power can e'er divide us more
d163What strange perplexities arise
d164What though no buds [flowers] the fig tree bear [clothe]
d165When Abraham, full of sacred awe
d166When all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]
d167When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] away
d168When Jesus, to the temple brought
d169When rising from the bed of death
d170When the last trumpet's awful voice
d171Whene'er the [our] angry passions rise
d172Where is the promise deemed so true
d173While high the heavenly temple stands
d174While others crowd the house of mirth
d175While round our Savior's board
d176While shepherds watch [watched] their flocks by night
d177Who can resist the Almighty arm
d178Why pourest forth thine anxious plaint
d179With all my [our] [the] power [powers] of heart and tongue
d180With cheerful voice I [we] sing the titles of my [our] Lord
d181With grateful hearts your voices raise
d182With thee, great God, the stores of light
d183Ye heavens, send forth your song of praise
d184Ye indolent and slothful, rise
d185Ye sons of men in sacred lays
d186You now must hear my voice no more
d187Zeal is that [the] pure and heavenly flame

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