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A Selection of Hymns for Public Worship. In four parts (10th ed.) (Gadsby's Hymns)

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1Great God! how infinite are thou!Text
2Lord, raise my soul above the groundText
3God is my everlasting KingText
4Keep silence, all created thingsText
5The Lord, descending from aboveText
6God's ways are just, his counsels wiseText
7God shall alone the refuge beText
8Great God; my Maker and my KingText
9Awake, my soul, in joyful laysText
10'Twas with an everlasting loveText
11Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my songText
12All glory to mercy we bringText
13God's mercy is for ever sureText
14Begin, my tongue, some heavenly themeText
15How shall I praise the eternal GodText
16The Father is a holy GodText
17O Love, beyond conception greatText
18Now to the Lord a noble song!Text
19Behold the glories of the LambText
20Ere the blue heavens were stretch'd abroadText
21The wondering world inquires to knowText
22When mourners stand and hear me tellText
23A man there is, a real ManText
24Why should the children of a KingText
25Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly DoveText
26Eternal Spirit! we confessText
27Come, Holy Spirit, comeText
28Bless'd Spirit of truth, eternal GodText
29Descend from heaven, celestial DoveText
30The soul that with sincere desiresText
31A form of words, though e'er so soundText
32Whatever prompts the soul to prideText
33Bless'd be the Father, and his loveText
34To comprehend the great THREE-ONEText
35Come, thou almighty KingText
36Hark! the herald angles singText
37Let earth and heaven combineText
38Behold! the grace appearsText
39Come, ye redeemed of the LordText
40How blest is the season at which we appearText
41My God, my Creator, the heavens did bowText
42Let avarice, from shore to shoreText
43Precious Bible! what a treasureText
44Here, Lord, my soul convicted standsText
45How can ye hope, deluded soulsText
46Lord, how secure my conscience wasText
47Curs'd be the man, for ever curs'dText
48What curses doth the law denounceText
49The law demands a weighty debtText
50The law by Moses cameText
51What wisdom, majesty, and graceText
52The gospel brings tidings to each wounded soulText
53This is the word of truth and loveText
54I'm not ashamed to own my LordText
55Come, guilty souls, and flee awayText
56Let every open ear attendText
57What shall the dying sinner doText
58Bless'd are the souls that hear and knowText
59Blow ye the trumpet, blowText
60All the elected trainText
61'Twas fix'd in God's eternal mindText
62Space and duration God doth fillText
63There's not a sparrow nor a wormText
64Sovereign Ruler of the SkiesText
65Expand, my soul, arise and singText
66Deep in the everlasting mindText
67Our Jesus loves his dear electText
68How happy are we, our election who seeText
69Sons we are, through God's electionText
70Thrice comfortable hopeText
71Jesus, the Man of constant griefText
72Who shall the Lord's elect condemn?Text
73Jesus, we bless thy Father's nameText
74But few among the carnal wiseText
75Behold the potter and the clayText
76There is a period known to GodText
77Brethren, would you know your stayText
78Fix'd was the eternal state of manText
79Behold what wondrous graceText
80Blessed are the sons of GodText
81Well, canst thou read thy heartText
82Rejoice, ye saints, in every stateText
83How oft have sin and Satan stroveText
84'Tis mine, the covenant of his graceText
85Our God, how firm his promise standsText
86The covenant of free graceText
87aWith David's Lord and oursText
87bO! the mysterious depths of graceText
88How wondrous are the works of GodText
89When Adam by transgression fellText
90Now begin the heavenly themeText
91Poor, weak, and worthless though I amText
92Who is this fair one in distressText
93Hark! the voice of love and mercyText
94Arise, my soul, my joyful powersText
95And did the Holy and the JustText
96Now I have found the grund whereinText
97'Tis finish'd! the Messiah dies!Text
98Let the world their virtue boastText
99Blessed Jesus! thee we singText

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