The Christian Psalmist: being a collection of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs compiled from the most approved authors, and designed as a standard hymn book for public and social worship

Publisher: James Kay, Jun. & Brothers, Philadelphia, 1840
Denomination: Christian Connection
Language: English
Notes: Psalms (P), Hymns, and Spiritual Songs (S) are numbered separately.
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367Is this the kind returnPage Scan
368Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joysPage Scan
369Now let our voices joinPage Scan
370Come, let us search our ways [hearts] and try [see]Page Scan
371Shine forth, eternal source of lightPage Scan
372Happy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
373Had I the tongues of Greeks and JewsPage Scan
374Great Author of th' immortal mind!Page Scan
375Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian lovePage Scan
376Great Spirit of immortal lovePage Scan
377Aloud we sing the wondrous gracePage Scan
378O God, our Father, and our kingPage Scan
379Lo what a confusion rends the mindPage Scan
380Blest are the meek, he saidPage Scan
381How glorious, Lord, art thouPage Scan
382Happy the man, whose cautious stepsPage Scan
383Not he whose baseless hope reliesPage Scan
384Grace, like an uncorrupted seedPage Scan
385Wait on the Lord, ye heirs of hopePage Scan
386Lord, hast thou made me [us] know thy waysPage Scan
387Rejoice, believer [believers], in the LordPage Scan
388O God, to whose all searching sightPage Scan
389Dear Savior, When my thoughts recall The wonders of thy gracePage Scan
390O Thou, whose tender mercy hearsPage Scan
391Lord, we confess our numerous faultsPage Scan
392Sweet is the friendly voice which [that] speaksPage Scan
393Our times of sorrow and of joyPage Scan
394It is the Lord--enthroned in lightPage Scan
395Ah [O] wretched souls who strive in vainPage Scan
396The righteous Lord supremely greatPage Scan
397Submissive to thy will, my [O] GodPage Scan
398And can our hearts aspire so highPage Scan
399Your harps, ye [you] trembling [mourning] [tearful], saintsPage Scan
400Be still, our hearts, these anxious caresPage Scan
401Let party names no morePage Scan
402Let strife forever ceasePage Scan
403The glorious universe aroundPage Scan
404How blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
405Awake, my soul, rouse every powerPage Scan
406We want a principle withinPage Scan
407Awake, our drowsy souls, awakePage Scan
408Happy the man, who finds the gracePage Scan
409O happy is the man [child] who [that] hears instruction's [religion's] [Messiah's] warning voicePage Scan
410Zeal is that [the] pure and heavenly flamePage Scan
411Great God, whose all pervading eyePage Scan
412We'll bless Jehovah's glorious namePage Scan
413How honored is the placePage Scan
414Happy the Church, thou [the] sacred placePage Scan
415Hear what God the Lord hath [has] spokenPage Scan
416Lord, we adore thy wondrous gracePage Scan
417Thy presence, everlasting [ever living] God [Lord]Page Scan
418Lord, let thy presence now attendPage Scan
419In Jordan's tide [waves] the Baptist [prophet] standsPage Scan
420Salem's bright King Jesus by namePage Scan
421Thus was the great Redeemer plungedPage Scan
422'Twas the commission of our [the] LordPage Scan
423Humble souls, who [that] seek salvationPage Scan
424I come, the great Redeemer criesPage Scan
425The great Redeemer we adorePage Scan
426Great God, we in thy courts appearPage Scan
427Buried beneath the yielding wavePage Scan
428Ye humble worshippers of GodPage Scan
429Never does truth more shinePage Scan
430Proclaim, saith Christ, my wondrous gracePage Scan
431Attend, ye children of your [our] GodPage Scan
432'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]Page Scan
433'Twas on the night when doomed to knowPage Scan
434Jesus invites his saintsPage Scan
435Jesus, the friend of manPage Scan
436Ye followers of the Prince of peacePage Scan
437We praise the Lord for heavenly breadPage Scan
438Yes, to the [that] last commandPage Scan
439The blest memorials of thy griefPage Scan
440O God, accept the sacred hour Which we to theePage Scan
441That doleful [dreadful] night before his deathPage Scan
442The Lord of life this table spreadPage Scan
443Bread of heaven, on thee I [we] feedPage Scan
444Here at thy table, Lord, we meet to feedPage Scan
445At thy command, O gracious LordPage Scan
446How pleasing to behold and seePage Scan
447To our Redeemer's glorious namePage Scan
448Lord, while around thy board we meetPage Scan
449From the table now retiringPage Scan
450We bless thee for this sacred dayPage Scan
451The work, O Lord, is thinePage Scan
452Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
453Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred restPage Scan
454Our opening eyes with rapture seePage Scan
455Another six days' work is donePage Scan
456Come, let us join with one [in sweet] accordPage Scan
457Come dearest Lord, and bless this dayPage Scan
458On this illustrious, joyful mornPage Scan
459May we, throughout this day of thinePage Scan
460When, as returns this [the] solemn dayPage Scan
461Frequent the [this] day of [O] God returnsPage Scan
462Lord of the [this] Sabbath, hear our vowsPage Scan
463And now another week beginsPage Scan
464The offerings to thy throne which arisePage Scan
465Lord, before thy presence come, Bow we down with holy fearPage Scan
466Wherewith shall I [we] approach the [thee] LordPage Scan

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