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A Collection of Hymns from Various Authors. New ed.

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d301The evils that beset our path
d302The gospel trump is sounding, free grace to all abounding
d303The king of heaven his table spreads
d304The Lord descended from above
d305The Lord, from his exalted throne
d306The Lord, how fearful is his name
d307The Lord, how kind are all his ways
d308The Lord my pasture shall prepare, and feed me with a shepherd's care
d309The Lord receives his highest praise
d310The mighty conqueror leaves the dead
d311The mighty frame of glorious grace
d312The promised land of peace
d313The promises I [we] sing which love supreme [sovereign love] once [hath] spoke
d314The spacious firmament on high
d315The weary traveler lost in night
d316These mortal joys, how soon they fade
d317This earthly globe, the creature of a day
d318This sacred day, great God, we close
d319Those happy realms of joy and peace
d320Thou art the First, and thou the Last
d321Thou only Sovereign of my heart
d322Thrice happy souls [men] [they], who born [heirs] from [of] heaven
d323Thy flock, with what a tender care
d324Thy goodness, Lord, while I survey
d325Thy presence, gracious God, afford
d326To all his flock, what wondrous love
d327To bless thy chosen race, in mercy, Lord, incline
d328To Christ, the Lord, let every tongue its noblest tribute bring
d329To praise the [thee] ever bounteous [beauteous] Lord
d330To thee, my God, my days are known
d331To thee, my Shepherd [Savior] and my Lord [Lamb]
d332To thee, O God, I daily sigh
d333To thee, O God, we homage pay
d334To view, unveiled, thy radiant face
d335Tomorrow, Lord, is thine
d336Trust in the Lord, ye heirs of hope
d337Unhappy city hadst thou known
d338Unite my roving [rising] thoughts unite
d339Unvail [Unveil] thy bosom, faithful tomb
d340Up to thy seat, eternal God
d341Vital spark of heavenly flame
d342We sing the deep mysterious plan
d343We're bound for [to] yonder land
d344We've no abiding city here
d345What glory gilds the sacred page
d346What is our God or [and] what his name
d347What mean [means] these jealousies and fears
d348What shall the dying sinner do
d349What though downy slumbers flee
d350What tongue can tell, what fancy paint
d351What various hindrances we meet
d352When Abraham, full of sacred awe
d353When all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]
d354When blooming youth is [are] snatched [called] away
d355When darkness long has veiled my [the] mind
d356When fancy spreads her boldest wings
d357When Isr'l through the desert passed
d358When rising from the bed of death
d359When sickness shakes the [languid] frame
d360When sins and fears prevailing rise
d361When tumults of unruly fear
d362Where two or three, with sweet accord
d363While all thy glories, O my God
d364While contests rend the Christian church
d365While my Redeemer's near
d366While on the verge of life I stand
d367While sounds of war are heard around
d368While sweet reflection through my days
d369While thee I [we] seek, protecting power
d370While with ceaseless [careless] course the sun
d371Who can tell how good and pleasant
d372Why flow these torrents of distress
d373Why should our mourning thoughts delight
d374Why sinks my weak desponding mind
d375With flowing eyes and bleeding hearts
d376With melting heart [hearts] and weeping eyes
d377With what a fixed [fixt] and peaceful mind
d378Ye glittering toys of earth, adieu
d379Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewell [adieu]
d380Ye hearts with youthful vigor warm
d381Ye humble souls that [who] seek the Lord
d382Ye mourning saints [friends] [ ones], whose streaming tears
d383Ye servant [servants] of the Lord, Each in his [your] office waits
d384Ye sons of earth prepare the plough
d385Ye sons of men, with joy record
d386Ye weak inhabitants of clay
d387Ye wretched, hungry, starving poor Behold a royal feast
d388Yes, I will bless thee, O my God
d389Yes, the Redeemer rose [lives]; The Savior left the dead
d390Yes, 'tis a rough and thorny road
d391Your harps, ye [you] trembling [mourning] [tearful], saints

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