The Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs of the Rev. Isaac Watts, D. D.: to which are added select hymns, from other authors; and directions for musical expression (New ed.)

Editor: Samuel Worcester, D. D.
Publisher: Crocker & Brewster, Boston, Mass., 1842
Denomination: Congregational Church
Language: English
Notes: Psalms numbered separately. Hymns and Spiritual Songs in four parts, all numbered separately (A, B, C, D)
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132aWhere shall we go to seek and findPage Scan
132bNo sleep nor slumber to his eyesPage Scan
133aLo what an entertaining sightPage Scan
133bBlest are the sons of peacePage Scan
133cHow pleasant 'tis to seePage Scan
134Ye that [who] obey the immortal kingPage Scan
135aPraise ye the Lord, exalt his namePage Scan
135bGreat is the Lord, exalted highPage Scan
135cAwake, ye saints, to praise your KingPage Scan
136aGive thanks to God the sovereign Lord [King]Page Scan
136bGive thanks to God most highPage Scan
136cGive to our God [the Lord] immortal praisePage Scan
138With all my [our] [the] power [powers] of heart and tonguePage Scan
139aLord, thou hast searched, and seen me [us] throughPage Scan
139b'Twas from thy hand, my [great] God, I camePage Scan
139cMy God, what inward grief I feelPage Scan
139dIn all my [our] vast concerns with theePage Scan
139eWhen I with pleasing wonder standPage Scan
139fLord, when I count thy mercies o'erPage Scan
141My God, accept my early vowsPage Scan
142To God I made [I'll make] my sorrows knownPage Scan
143My righteous Judge, my gracious GodPage Scan
144aForever blessed be the Lord, my SaviorPage Scan
144bLord, what is man, poor feeble manPage Scan
144cHappy the city, where their sonsPage Scan
145aMy God, my King, thy various praisePage Scan
145bLong as I live I'll bless thy namePage Scan
145cSweet is the memory of thy gracePage Scan
145dLet every tongue thy goodness speakPage Scan
146aPraise ye the Lord, my heart shall join in work so pleasantPage Scan
146bI'll praise my Maker with my [while I've] [whilst I've] breathPage Scan
147aPraise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise your [our] hearts and voicesPage Scan
147bO Britain, paise thy mighty GodPage Scan
147dWith songs and honors sounding loudPage Scan
148aYe tribes of Adam join, with heaven and earth and seasPage Scan
148bLoud hallelujahs to the LordPage Scan
148cLet every creature join To praise the eternal GodPage Scan
149All ye that [who] love the Lord rejoicePage Scan
150In God's own house pronounce his praisePage Scan
A1Behold the glories of the LambPage Scan
A2Ere the blue heavens were stretched abroadPage Scan
A3Behold the grace appears, The promise is fulfilledPage Scan
A5Naked as from the earth we camePage Scan
A6Great God, I own thy sentence justPage Scan
A7Let every mortal ear attendPage Scan
A8How honorable is the placePage Scan
A9In vain we lavish out our lives To gather empty windPage Scan
A10How beauteous are their [his] feetPage Scan
A11There was an hour when Christ rejoicedPage Scan
A12Jesus, the man of constant griefPage Scan
A13The lands that long in darkness layPage Scan
A14Who shall the Lord's elect condemnPage Scan
A15Let me but hear my [the] Savior sayPage Scan
A16Hosanna to the royal SonPage Scan
A17O for an overcoming faithPage Scan
A18Hear what the voice from heaven proclaimsPage Scan
A19Lord, at thy temple we appear, As happy Simon camePage Scan
A20Awake my heart, arise my tonguePage Scan
A21Lo, what a glorious sight appearsPage Scan
A24In vain the wealthy mortals toilPage Scan
A25All mortal vanites, be gone!Page Scan
A26Blest be the everlasting [eternal] GodPage Scan
A27Death may dissolve my body now, And bear my spirit homePage Scan
A28What mighty Man, or mighty GodPage Scan
A29I lift my banner [banners], saith the LordPage Scan
A30In thine own ways, O God of lovePage Scan
A32Whence do our mournful thoughts arisePage Scan
A39Now shall my inward joys arise, and burstPage Scan
A40What happy men, or angels, thesePage Scan
A41These glorious minds [ones], how bright they shinePage Scan
A42Adore and tremble, for our GodPage Scan
A45See where the great incarnate GodPage Scan
A48Awake, our souls, away our fearsPage Scan
A49How strong thine arm is, mighty GodPage Scan
A50Now be the God of Isr'l blestPage Scan
A51To God the only wise, our Savior and our KingPage Scan
A52'Twas the commission of our [the] LordPage Scan
A53God, who in various methods toldPage Scan
A54Jesus, we bless thy Father's namePage Scan
A55When we are raised from deep distressPage Scan
A56We sing the glories of thy lovePage Scan
A57Backward, with humble shame we lookPage Scan
A58Let mortal tongues attempt to singPage Scan
A59In Gabriel's hand a mighty stonePage Scan
A60Our souls shall magnify the Lord, In God the SaviorPage Scan
A61Now to the Lord, that [who] makes [made] us knowPage Scan
A62Come, let us join our cheerful songs With angels round the thronePage Scan
A63What equal honors shall we bringPage Scan
A64Behold what wondrous gracePage Scan
A65Let the seventh angel sound on highPage Scan
A66Let him embrace my soul, and provePage Scan
A67Thou whom my soul admires abovePage Scan
A68Behold the Rose of Sharon herePage Scan
A69The voice of my beloved soundsPage Scan
A70Hark, the Redeemer from on highPage Scan
A71Often I seek my Lord by nightPage Scan
A72Daughters of Zion, come, beholdPage Scan
A73Kind is the speech of Christ our LordPage Scan
A74We are a garden walled aroundPage Scan
A75The wondering world enquires [inquires] to knowPage Scan

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