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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D111Sinner [sinners], will you [ye] scorn [slight] the messagePage Scan
D112Come, ye weary sinners, oppressedPage Scan
D113Jesus, full of all compassionPage Scan
D114Look down, O Lord, with pitying eyePage Scan
D115Hail, mighty Jesus, how divinePage Scan
D116While I to grief my soul [heart] gave wayPage Scan
D117The Lord on mortal worms looks downPage Scan
D118Thou great Physicain of the soulPage Scan
D119With reverent awe tremendous [our gracious] LordPage Scan
D120The Spirit breathes upon the WordPage Scan
D121Safely through another weekPage Scan
D122Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred restPage Scan
D123The Lord of Sabbath let us praise, In concert with the blestPage Scan
D124Whilst thee I seek, protecting powerPage Scan
D125O Lord, our languid souls inspirePage Scan
D126Lord, we come before thee nowPage Scan
D127Love divine, all loves [love] excellingPage Scan
D128Ye sons of earth prepare the plough Page Scan
D129Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, HelpPage Scan
D130The peace which God alone revealsPage Scan
D131Now may the God of peace and lovePage Scan
D132Blow ye [you] the trumpet, blowPage Scan
D133Father of all, we bow to theePage Scan
D134What various hindrances we meetPage Scan
D135In themselves, as weak as wormsPage Scan
D136See, gracious God [Lord], before thy thronePage Scan
D137When Abraham, full of sacred awePage Scan
D138O righteous God, thou Judge supremePage Scan
D139Listen, ye hills, ye mountains hearPage Scan
D140Eternal source of every joyPage Scan
D141And will the great eternal GodPage Scan
D142In loud [sweet] exalted strainsPage Scan
D143Great Lord of all angels, we adorePage Scan
D144Praise to the Lord on highPage Scan
D145Father of mercies, in thine [thy] housePage Scan
D146How rich thy bounty, King of kingsPage Scan
D147O thou, before whose gracious thronePage Scan
D148His master taken from his head, Elisha sawPage Scan
D149Now let our mourning hearts revivePage Scan
D150He who on earth as man was knownPage Scan
D151O happy day that fixed [seals] [stays] my choicePage Scan
D152Now for a hymn of praise to GodPage Scan
D153O Zion, afflicted with wave upon wavePage Scan
D154Come, thou long-expected JesusPage Scan
D155Thus saith the Lord to EphesusPage Scan
D156The message first to Smyrna sentPage Scan
D157Write to Sardis, said the LordPage Scan
D158Thus saith the holy One, and truePage Scan
D159Hear what the Lord the great AmenPage Scan
D160Lord, what our ears have heardPage Scan
D161See Isr'l's gentle Shepherd stand [stands]Page Scan
D162Great God, now condescendPage Scan
D163Ye hearts with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
D164How soft the word [words] my [our] Savior speaksPage Scan
D165Bestow, O [dear] Lord, upon our youthPage Scan
D166Now may fervent prayer arisePage Scan
D167Gracious Lord [God], our children seePage Scan
D168When I view my Savior bleedingPage Scan
D169Here at thy table, Lord, we meet to feedPage Scan
D170This is the feast of heavenly winePage Scan
D171When on the cross my Lord I seePage Scan
D172The Savior, what a noble flame was kindledPage Scan
D173Hark, the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
D174Let me dwell on [in] [at] GolgothaPage Scan
D175Hail, everlasting SpringPage Scan
D176Sing, ye redeemed [ransomed] of the LordPage Scan
D177Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
D178As birds their infant brood protectPage Scan
D179Hear what God the Lord hath [has] spokenPage Scan
D180Indulgent Sovereign of the skies And wilt thou bow thy gracious earPage Scan
D181Arm of the Lord, awake, awake, put on thy strengthPage Scan
D182Exert thy power, thy rights maintainPage Scan
D183Lord, send thy word, and let it fly [run]Page Scan
D184Great God, the nations of the earth Are by creation thinePage Scan
D185Lord of all worlds, incline thy bounteous earPage Scan
D186O'er mountain tops the mount of GodPage Scan
D187Look up, my soul, with glad surprisePage Scan
D188With my substance I will honor my RedeemerPage Scan
D189Thy bounties, gracious Lord [God]Page Scan
D190Father of mercies, send thy gracePage Scan
D191O charity, thou [the] heavenly gracePage Scan
D192Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy gracePage Scan
D193Lord of life, all praise excellingPage Scan
D194Kindred in Christ, for his dear [name's] sakePage Scan
D195Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian lovePage Scan
D196Since Jesus freely [purely] did appearPage Scan
D197Come, thou condescending JesusPage Scan
D198Father of men, thy care we blessPage Scan
D199Awake, my soul, and with the sunPage Scan
D200Now the shades of night are gonePage Scan
D201Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
D202Inspirer and hearer of prayerPage Scan
D203On thee, each morning, O my God, My waking thoughts attendPage Scan
D204When, streaming from the eastern [eternal] skiesPage Scan
D205Religion is the chief concernPage Scan
D206When verdure clothes [robes] the fertile valePage Scan
D207How sweetly along the gay meadPage Scan
D208To praise the [thee] ever bounteous [beauteous] LordPage Scan
D209Now may the Lord of earth and skiesPage Scan
D210See how brown autumn spreads the fieldPage Scan

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