A Collection of Psalms and Hymns for the Use of Universalist Societies and Families 16ed.

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
501'Tis by thy strength the mountains standPage Scan
502Remark my soul the narrow boundsPage Scan
503My few revolving years, how swift they glide awayPage Scan
504Time by moments steals awayPage Scan
505Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
506Great God of nations now to theePage Scan
507Great God, beneath whose piercing eyePage Scan
508O thou whose arm of power surroundsPage Scan
509This is the fast the Lord doth choosePage Scan
510Great Framer of unnumbered worldsPage Scan
511O Lord, our fathers oft have toldPage Scan
512Great Jehovah, God of nationsPage Scan
513Almighty Lord, before thy thronePage Scan
514Is this a fast for mePage Scan
515This stone to Thee in faith we layPage Scan
516In sweet exalted strainsPage Scan
517Lord of hosts, to thee we raisePage Scan
518O bow thine ear, Eternal OnePage Scan
519Great Sovereign of the earth and skyPage Scan
520Our God, where'er thy people meetPage Scan
521O thou, our fathers' GodPage Scan
522O thou who art above all heightPage Scan
523Go preach the gospel, Jesus criesPage Scan
524Thus spake the Savior, when he sentPage Scan
525With heavenly power, O Lord, defendPage Scan
526Ye messengers of ChristPage Scan
527Great Father of mankindPage Scan
528O God of Zion, from thy thronePage Scan
529Lord, we adore thy wondrous gracePage Scan
530'Twas on that dark, that doleful nightPage Scan
531This do in memory of your FriendPage Scan
532Ye followers of the Prince of peacePage Scan
533Thus we commemorate the dayPage Scan
534From the table now retiringPage Scan
535Jesus is gone above the skiesPage Scan
536Millions of souls, in glory nowPage Scan
537Jesus, the Friend of manPage Scan
538Our heavenly Father callsPage Scan
539O God, accept the sacred hourPage Scan
540Come, thou Desire of all thy saintsPage Scan
541Behold what condescending lovePage Scan
542See Israel's gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
543Savior! who thy flock are feedingPage Scan
544The Savior gently calls our childrenPage Scan
545How large the promise, how divinePage Scan
546While yet the youthful spirit bearsPage Scan
547Blest is the man whose heart expandsPage Scan
548God of mercy and of wisdomPage Scan
549Dear Lord, behold thy servants herePage Scan
550Before Thy throne, eternal KingPage Scan
551Bright source of everlasting lovePage Scan
552O how can they look up to heavenPage Scan
553Father of mercies, send thy gracePage Scan
554God of our fathers 'tis thy handPage Scan
555Beneath God's terrors doomed to groanPage Scan
556We praise thee, if one rescued soulPage Scan
557While sounds of war are heard aroundPage Scan
558Since Jesus freely did appearPage Scan
559With cheerful voices rise and singPage Scan
560Clay to clay, and dust to dustPage Scan
561Unvril thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
562Now let our mourning hearts revivePage Scan
563The God of love will sure indulgePage Scan
564Thy life I read, my dearest LordPage Scan
565Thy presence, everlasting GodPage Scan
566Christians! brethren! ere we partPage Scan
567How are thy servants blest, O LordPage Scan
568Would you behold the works of GodPage Scan
569Lord of the wide-extended mainPage Scan
570Lord of the sea, thy potent swayPage Scan
571Thy works of glory, mighty LordPage Scan
572Blest is the man who fears the LordPage Scan
573How pleasing, Lord, to seePage Scan
574God of the morning, at whose voicePage Scan
575Before the rosy dawn of dayPage Scan
576On thee, each morning, O my GodPage Scan
577Father divine, thy piercing eyePage Scan
578Thus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
579Indulgent God, whose bounteous carePage Scan
580Father, thy paternal carePage Scan
581O how shall words, with equal warmthPage Scan
582My Sovereign, to Thy thronePage Scan
583Lord, in thy service I would spendPage Scan
584I will extol thee, Lord, on highPage Scan
585Though faint and sick, and worn awayPage Scan
586As the sweet flower, which scents the mornPage Scan
587Affliction is a stormy deepPage Scan
588Our sins, alas, how strong they bePage Scan
589Oft have I turned my eye withinPage Scan
590Wherefore should man, frail child of clayPage Scan
591The wandering star and fleeting windPage Scan
592Why sinks my weak desponding mindPage Scan
593O my distrustful heartPage Scan
594Sinners, the voice of God regardPage Scan
595'Tis wisdom's earnest cryPage Scan
596As parched in the barren sandsPage Scan
597Lord, when iniquities aboundPage Scan
598Shall the vile race of flesh and bloodPage Scan
599The trifling joys this world can givePage Scan
600In vain the giddy world enquiresPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
Suggestions or corrections? Contact us



Advertisements


It looks like you are using an ad-blocker. Ad revenue helps keep us running. Please consider white-listing Hymnary.org or subscribing to eliminate ads entirely and help support Hymnary.org.