The Gospel Psalmist

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101Come, listen to the voice of GodPage Scan
102When all thy mercies, O my GodGENEVAPage Scan
103The Lord our God is Lord of allPage Scan
104Exalt the Lord of GodEXALTATIONPage Scan
105My Maker and my KingPage Scan
106To your Creator, GodAMITYPage Scan
107The promises I singPage Scan
108O for a shout of joyPage Scan
109Ye boundless realms of joyPage Scan
110We praise thee, God, with earliest morning raySABBATHPage Scan
111Father, thy wonders do not singly standPage Scan
112Since o'er thy footstool here belowFOUNTAINPage Scan
113Greatest of beings, source of lifeMEHULPage Scan
114Let there be light, when from on highPage Scan
115There seems a voice in every galePage Scan
116Thou, Lord, who rearest the mountains' heightGERMANYPage Scan
117God, thou art good, each perfumed flowerPage Scan
118Though wandering in a stranger landPage Scan
119With glory clad, with strength arrayedPage Scan
120How shall we praise thee, Lord of lightPage Scan
121The spacious firmament on highPage Scan
122The turf shall be my fragrant shrinePage Scan
123Thou art, O God, the life and lightSTONEFIELDPage Scan
124Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declarePage Scan
125Lord, when my raptured thought surveysWARWICKPage Scan
126The world has much of beautifulPage Scan
127God, in the high and holy placePage Scan
128Lord, thou art good, all nature showsCAMBRIDGEPage Scan
129There is a book who runs may readPage Scan
130Hail, great Creator, wise and goodPage Scan
131Beyond, beyond the boundless seaKELLERPage Scan
132Ye realms below the skiesLENOXPage Scan
133Ye tribes of Adam joinPage Scan
134In each breeze that wanders freeNUREMBERGPage Scan
135Earth, with her ten thousand flowersPage Scan
136Praise the high, the holy OnePage Scan
137Source of being, Source of lightGODDARDPage Scan
138Glory be to God on highPage Scan
139Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore himWORTHINGPage Scan
140On the dewy breath of evenPage Scan
141Here we meet with joy togetherPage Scan
142What glory gilds the sacred pageHUNTLEYPage Scan
143Hail, sacred truth, whose piercing raysPage Scan
144Father of mercies, in thy wordPage Scan
145Word of the ever living GodPage Scan
146Lord, I have made thy word my choicePage Scan
147Lamp of our feet, whereby we tracePage Scan
148How precious is the book divinePage Scan
149The starry firmament on highBURCHMOREPage Scan
150The heavens declare thy gloryPage Scan
151When Isr'l through the desert passedPage Scan
152Upon the gospel's sacred pagePage Scan
153Behold the morning sunSHIRLANDPage Scan
154O Lord, thy perfect wordPage Scan
155It is the one true lightPage Scan
156With humble heart and tongue, my GodCUMBERLANDPage Scan
157I love the volume of thy wordPage Scan
158Inspirer of the ancient seersPage Scan
159Darkness o'er the world was broodingCUSHINGPage Scan
160Come, Thou long-expected JesusPage Scan
161Watchman, tell us of the nightBATHPage Scan
162Hark, the herald angels singPage Scan
163While shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
164Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
165Hark, the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
166Now gird your patient loins againPage Scan
167Joy to the world! the Lord is come!Page Scan
168Jesus has lived, and we would bringPage Scan
169Hark! hark! with harps of goldHAYDNPage Scan
170Thou fairest Child divineSABBATH EVENINGPage Scan
171Gift of thy Father's gracePage Scan
172See from on high a light divinePage Scan
173Lord, in whose might the Saviour trodSOUTHFIELDPage Scan
174Fear was within the tossing barkPage Scan
175The Aged sufferer waited longPage Scan
176The Saviour, what a noble flame was kindledELIOTPage Scan
177As oft, with worn and weary feetHARMONY GROVEPage Scan
178Messiah Lord, who, wont to dwellPage Scan
179On eyes that never saw the dayPage Scan
180How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
181Behold the blind their sight receivePage Scan
182On the dark wave of GalileePage Scan
183See how he loved, exclaimed the JewsPage Scan
184What are these soul-reviving strainsPage Scan
185Ride on, ride on in majestyPage Scan
186Lord, in thy garden agonyDANAPage Scan
187The morning dawns upon the placePage Scan
188Behold the man, by all condemnedPage Scan
189Have we no tears to shed for himPage Scan
190Dark were the paths our Master trodPage Scan
191O who like thee so humbly bore the scornPage Scan
192The sage his cup of hemlock quaffedPage Scan
193Holy Son of God, most highHANDELPage Scan
194In the Saviour's hour of deathPage Scan
195Stricken, smitten and afflictedPage Scan
196Alas, and did my Saviour bleed?Page Scan
197Burden of shame and woePage Scan
198Morning breaks upon the tombLAUDAMUSPage Scan
199Christ, the Lord, is risen to-dayPage Scan
200Angels, roll the rock awayPage Scan

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