The Psalms and Hymns of Dr. Watts

Editor: John Rippon
Publisher: Stereotyped by L. Johnson/ David Clark / Moore & Payne, Clinton Hall, Philadelphia / New York, 1835
Language: English
Notes: Includes "A Selection of Hymns, from the Best Authors, including a great number of originals: intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watt's Psalms and Hymns by John Rippon, D. D. (1827). Some pages missing from page scan.
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101Let all the heathen writers joinPage Scan
102How shall the young secure their heartsTextPage Scan
103O how I love thy holy law!TextPage Scan
104Lord, I esteem thy judgments rightTextPage Scan
105Lord, I have made thy word my choiceTextPage Scan
106Thus saith the first, the great commandTextPage Scan
107Blessed Redeemer, how divineTextPage Scan
108Thus saith the Lord, The spacious fieldsPage Scan
109Preserve me, Lord, in time of needPage Scan
110Lord, how secure my conscience wasTextPage Scan
111The law commands, and makes us knowPage Scan
112The Lord declares his willPage Scan
113Blest are the souls that hear and knowTextPage Scan
114Go preach my gospel, saith the LordPage Scan
115Questions and doubts be heard no moreTextPage Scan
116Let everlasting glories crownPage Scan
117The law by Moses cameTextPage Scan
118Christ and his cross is all our themeTextPage Scan
119Shall atheists dare insult the crossTextPage Scan
120What shall the dying sinner doTextPage Scan
121This is the word of truth and lovePage Scan
122The Lord, descending from abovePage Scan
123How beauteous are their feetTextPage Scan
124To our almighty Maker, GodTextPage Scan
125Jesus, we bless thy Father's nameTextPage Scan
126Behold the potter and the clayTextPage Scan
127But few among the carnal wiseTextPage Scan
128There was an hour when Christ rejoic'dTextPage Scan
129Jesus, the man of constant griefTextPage Scan
130Down headlong from their native skiesPage Scan
131From heaven the sinning angels fellPage Scan
132For ever shall my song recordTextPage Scan
133Yet, saith the Lord, if David's raceTextPage Scan
134Our God, how firm his promise standsPage Scan
135How oft have sin and Satan stroveTextPage Scan
136When the first parents of our racePage Scan
137Jesus, with all thy saints abovePage Scan
138Arise, my soul, my joyful powersPage Scan
139Let them neglect thy glory, LordTextPage Scan
140Thus saith the Lord, Your work is vainPage Scan
141The wonders, Lord, thy love has wroughtPage Scan
142Blood has a voice to pierce the skiesPage Scan
143Lo! the destroying angel fliesTextPage Scan
144How is our nature spoil'd by sin!TextPage Scan
145Dearest of all the names abovePage Scan
146Now to the Lord, that makes us knowTextPage Scan
147Not all the outward forms on earthTextPage Scan
148Vain are the hopes that rebels placeTextPage Scan
149Attend, while God's exalted SonPage Scan
150Great King of glory and of graceTextPage Scan
151Strait is the way, the door is straitPage Scan
152Vain are the hopes the sons of menTextPage Scan
153Where are the mourners, saith the LordTextPage Scan
154My Saviour, my almighty FriendPage Scan
155No more, my God, I boast no moreTextPage Scan
156Awake, my heart, arise, my tongueTextPage Scan
157Out of the deeps of long distressTextPage Scan
158From deep distress and troubled thoughtsTextPage Scan
159O blessed souls are theyPage Scan
160Happy the man to whom his GodPage Scan
161While I keep silence, and concealPage Scan
162Blest is the man, for ever bless'dPage Scan
163Why does your face, ye humble soulsPage Scan
164Behold what wondrous graceTextPage Scan
165As new-born babes desire the breastPage Scan
166My shepherd is the living LordPage Scan
167My Shepherd will supply my needPage Scan
168The Lord my shepherd isPage Scan
169God my supporter and my hopePage Scan
170My God, my portion, and my lovePage Scan
171My God, my life, my lovePage Scan
172Far from my thoughts, vain world, begonePage Scan
173Lord, what a heaven of saving gracePage Scan
174So let our lips and lives expressTextPage Scan
175What different powers of grace and sinPage Scan
176Not the malicious or profaneTextPage Scan
177What vain desires and passions vainTextPage Scan
178O that the Lord would guide my waysTextPage Scan
179Buried in shadows of the nightTextPage Scan
180How heavy is the nightTextPage Scan
181How sad our state by nature is!Page Scan
182Unshaken as the sacred hillTextPage Scan
183Firm and unmov'd are theyTextPage Scan
184With all my powers of heart and tongueTextPage Scan
185Th' Almighty reigns exalted highTextPage Scan
186To God, the only wiseTextPage Scan
187Salvation! O, the joyful sound!Page Scan
188Lord, we confess our numerous faultsTextPage Scan
189When the Eternal bows the skiesTextPage Scan
190Now to the power of God supremeTextPage Scan
191Salvation is for ever nighTextPage Scan
192Here at thy cross, my dying GodTextPage Scan
193Father, I sing thy wondrous gracePage Scan
194Father, how wide thy glories shine!TextPage Scan
195Let every mortal ear attendTextPage Scan
196Come hither, all ye weary soulsTextPage Scan
197Shall Wisdom cry aloudTextPage Scan
198Thus saith the Wisdom of the LordTextPage Scan
199Deceiv'd by subtle snares of hellTextPage Scan
200In vain we lavish out our livesTextPage Scan

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