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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401My God, the steps of pious menPage Scan
402Why should I vex my soul, and fretPage Scan
403O God, to whom revenge belongsTextPage Scan
404My refuge is the God of lovePage Scan
405Arise, my gracious GodPage Scan
406Lord, I am thine; but thou wilt provePage Scan
407All ye that love the Lord, rejoiceTextPage Scan
408My God, permit me not to bePage Scan
409To thee, before the dawning lightTextPage Scan
410Let sinners take their coursePage Scan
411Judge me, O Lord, and prove my waysPage Scan
412Of justice and of grace I singTextPage Scan
413If God succeed not, all the costTextPage Scan
414If God to build the house denyTextPage Scan
415O happy man whose soul is fill'dTextPage Scan
416Blest are the sons of peaceTextPage Scan
417How pleasant 'tis to seeTextPage Scan
418How did my heart rejoice to hearTextPage Scan
419How pleas'd and blest was ITextPage Scan
420Ye that obey the immortal KingTextPage Scan
421With reverence let the saints appearPage Scan
422Come, let us lift our joyful eyesPage Scan
423Thy favours, Lord, surprise our soulsPage Scan
424How pleasant, how divinely fairTextPage Scan
425Great God, attend, while Sion singsTextPage Scan
426My soul, how lovely is the placeTextPage Scan
427Lord of the worlds aboveTextPage Scan
428Away from every mortal carePage Scan
429The Lord of glory is my lightPage Scan
430Soon as I heard my Father sayPage Scan
431Praise waits in Sion, Lord, for theePage Scan
432The praise of Sion waits for theePage Scan
433What shall I render to my GodTextPage Scan
434I love the windows of thy gracePage Scan
435Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearPage Scan
436Behold the lofty sky
437Behold the morning sun
438Early, my God, without delayPage Scan
439Great God, indulge my humble claimPage Scan
440My God, permit my tonguePage Scan
441Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
442Sweet is the work, my God, my KingTextPage Scan
443Bless'd morning, whose young dawning raysPage Scan
444This is the day the Lord hath madeTextPage Scan
445See what a living stoneTextPage Scan
446Lo! what a glorious corner-stoneTextPage Scan
447Exalt the Lord our GodTextPage Scan
448Sing to the Lord Jehovah's nameTextPage Scan
449Come, sound his praise abroadTextPage Scan
450Come, let our voices join to raiseTextPage Scan
451Long have I sat beneath the soundTextPage Scan
452In God's own house pronounce his praiseTextPage Scan
453Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwellTextPage Scan
454When in the light of faith divinePage Scan
455Man has a soul of vast desiresPage Scan
456No, I will envy them no morePage Scan
457Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was IPage Scan
458Why should this earth delight us so?TextPage Scan
459Give thanks to God, invoke his nameTextPage Scan
460Sing to the Lord aloudTextPage Scan
461O what a stiff rebellious housePage Scan
462When Israel sins, the Lord reprovesPage Scan
463Vain man, on foolish pleasures bentTextPage Scan
464Great God, how oft did Israel provePage Scan
465God of eternal lovePage Scan
466Up from my youth, may Israel sayTextPage Scan
467Great is the Lord, exalted highTextPage Scan
468Give thanks to God the sovereign LordTextPage Scan
469Give thanks to God most highPage Scan
470'How awful is thy chastening rod?'Page Scan
471When Israel, freed from Pharaoh's handPage Scan
472'Tis not the law of ten commandsPage Scan
473Give thanks to God; he reigns aboveTextPage Scan
474Who shall inhabit in thy hillPage Scan
475Who shall ascend thy heavenly placePage Scan
476The earth for ever is the Lord'sPage Scan
477No sleep nor slumber to his eyesTextPage Scan
478Where shall we go to seek and findTextPage Scan
479Behold the sure foundation stoneTextPage Scan
480The King of saints, how fair his facePage Scan
481My Saviour and my KingPage Scan
482God in his earthly temple laysTextPage Scan
483Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing to standTextPage Scan
484Great is the Lord our GodPage Scan
485Far as thy name is knownPage Scan
486Not to the terrors of the LordTextPage Scan
487Great shepherd of thine IsraelPage Scan
488Lord, we have heard thy works of oldPage Scan
489Will God for ever cast us off?Page Scan
490And will the God of graceTextPage Scan
491Now plead my cause, almighty GodPage Scan
492Are sinners now so senseless grownPage Scan
493Are all the foes of Sion foolsPage Scan
494Praise ye the Lord, exalt his nameTextPage Scan
495Now shall my inward joys ariseTextPage Scan
496How honorable is the placePage Scan
497Happy the church, thou sacred placePage Scan
498High on a hill of dazzling lightPage Scan
499God is the refuge of his saintsPage Scan
500Let Sion in her King rejoicePage Scan

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