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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1068Frequent the day of God returnsPage Scan
1069When, O dear Jesus, when shall I
1069bLord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
1070Thine earthly sabbaths, Lord, we lovePage Scan
1071What various hind'rances we meetPage Scan
1072Lord, I cannot let thee goPage Scan
1073Come, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
1074Unto thine altar, LordPage Scan
1075Sprinkled with reconciling bloodPage Scan
1076Our Father, whose eternal swayPage Scan
1077Where two or three, with sweet accordPage Scan
1078In vain Apollo's silver tonguePage Scan
1079aThy presence, gracious God, affordPage Scan
1079bLook from on high, great God, and seePage Scan
1080How free and boundless is the gracePage Scan
1081Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
1082How long, thou faithful God, shall IPage Scan
1083Dearest Saviour, help thy servantPage Scan
1084Now, while the gospel-net is castPage Scan
1085Did Christ o'er sinners weepPage Scan
1086Come, thou soul-transforming SpiritPage Scan
1087Sinful, and blind, and poorPage Scan
1088Ascend thy throne, almighty KingPage Scan
1089Look down, O Lord, with pitying eyePage Scan
1090Now, Lord, the heavenly seed is sownPage Scan
1091On what has now been sownPage Scan
1092To distant lands thy gospel sendPage Scan
1093While sinners, who presume to bearPage Scan
1094aCome, guilty souls, and flee awayPage Scan
1094bWho is the trembling sinner, whoPage Scan
1095aHow shall the sons of men appearPage Scan
1095b'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
1096Is Jesus mine! I'm now prepar'dPage Scan
1097Self-destroy'd, for help I prayPage Scan
1098See Felix, cloth'd with pomp and powerPage Scan
1099O that the Lord indeedPage Scan
1100aLord God, omnipotent to blessPage Scan
1100bIf, Lord, in thy fair book of lifePage Scan
1101aOur Saviour alone, the Lord let us blessPage Scan
1101bTo Him who on the fatal treePage Scan
1102aNot unto us, but thee alonePage Scan
1102bYe saints of every rank, with joyPage Scan
1103This God is the God we adorePage Scan
1104Thou dear Redeemer, dying LambPage Scan
1105Glory to God on high!Page Scan
1106Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordPage Scan
1107Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
1108Now may the God of peace and lovePage Scan
1109The peace which God alone revealsPage Scan
1110May the grace of Christ our SaviourPage Scan
1111To Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
1112To the eternal ThreePage Scan
1113Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
1114Give glory to God, ye children of menPage Scan
1115aFather, Son, and Holy SpiritPage Scan
1115bTo Father, Son, and Holy GhostPage Scan
1116What are possessions, fame and powerPage Scan
1117In vain the giddy world inquiresPage Scan
1118Deluded souls! who think to findPage Scan
1119Lord, shall we part with gold for drossPage Scan
1120Dead be my heart to all belowPage Scan
1121Say, who is she, that looks abroadPage Scan
1122The wond'ring nations have beheldPage Scan
1123Enquire, ye pilgrims, for the wayPage Scan
1124Great Father of mankindPage Scan
1125Father of mercies, in thy housePage Scan
1126Our God ascends his lofty thronePage Scan
1127Shepherd of Israel, bend thine earPage Scan
1128Let Sion's watchmen all awakePage Scan
1129Shepherd of Israel, thou dost keepPage Scan
1130We bless th' eternal Source of lightPage Scan
1131O thou, before whose gracious thronePage Scan
1132When Paul was parted from his friendsPage Scan
1133With heavenly power, O Lord, defendPage Scan
1134My brethren, from my heart belov'dPage Scan
1135Fair Sion's King, we suppliant bowPage Scan
1136aGlorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
1136bExert thy power, thy rights maintainPage Scan
1137aBehold, th' expected time draw nearPage Scan
1137bFather, is not thy promised pledg'dPage Scan
1138aGreat God, the nations of the earthPage Scan
1138bWhere'er the blustering north-wind blowsPage Scan
1138cYe Messengers of ChristPage Scan
1138dAwake, awake, thou mighty armPage Scan
1139aHow many years has man been drivenPage Scan
1139b'How' long, O God, 'has man been driven'Page Scan
1139cThe house now to be builded to the LordPage Scan
1139dGo forth, ye saints, behold your KingPage Scan
1140aFather of faithful Abra'm, hearPage Scan
1140bRejoice, the Saviour reignsPage Scan
1140cLift up your joyful eyes, and seePage Scan
1140dYes, mighty Jesus! thou shalt reignPage Scan
1141The Lord on mortal worms looksPage Scan
1142Before thy throne, eternal KingPage Scan
1143Do not I love thee, O my Lord?Page Scan
1144Father of mercies, bow thine earPage Scan
1145aSaviour, visit thy plantationPage Scan
1145bO God of Zion! from thy thronePage Scan
1146aO Zion! afflicted with wave upon wavePage Scan
1146bO'er the gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan

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