The Universalist Hymn Book: a New Collection of Psalms and Hymns for the Use of Universalist Societies. 4th ed.

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d201How large the promise, how divine
d202How oft on the ocean of life
d203How pleasing is the scene, how sweet
d204How precious, Lord, thy holy word
d205How rich thy bounty, King of kings
d206How rich thy gifts, almighty King
d207How shall the young secure their hearts
d208How short and how fleeting the year
d209How vast is the tribute I owe
d210How well our great Preserver [Protector] knows
d211I am, saith Christ, the Way
d212I am the first, and I the last
d213I sing the gospel day
d214I want a principle within
d215If friendless in the vales of tears I stray
d216If solid happiness we prize, Within our breast
d217I'll bless Jehovah's glorious name
d218I'll praise my Maker with my [while I've] [whilst I've] breath
d219Immortal Fountain of my life
d220Immortal God, on thee we call
d221Imposture shrinks from light
d222In glad amazement Lord I [we] stand
d223In God's eternity there shall a day arise
d224In loud [sweet] exalted strains
d225In social temples here we meet
d226In songs of highest praise
d227In the soft season of thy youth
d228In vain the erring world inquires
d229In vain the world's alluring smile
d230In various forms to saints of old
d231In Zion let the trumpet blow
d232Indulgent God, accept this youth
d233Infinite excellence is thine
d234Inquire, ye pilgrims, for the way
d235Jehovah lives and be his name
d236Jehovah reigns let every nation hear
d237Jerusalem, thou church divine
d238Jesus his empire shall extend
d239Jesus, I love thy charming name
d240Jesus, our King, his scepter sways
d241Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
d242Jesus, the man of constant grief
d243Jesus, thou everlasting king
d244Jesus, thou Sun of love divine
d245Jesus, we sing thy matchless grace
d246Join every heart and every tongue
d247Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] come
d248Keep silence, all created things
d249Kind Lord, before thy face
d250Let all the [on] earth their voices raise, to sing
d251Let all the powers of music join
d252Let all the various tribes of men
d253Let earth and heaven agree [combine]
d254Let every mortal ear attend
d255Let heathens to their idols haste
d256Let him embrace my soul, and prove
d257Let me but hear my [the] Savior say
d258Let men of high conceit and zeal
d259Let pure devotion raise
d260Let sorrow, Lord, my bosom fill
d261Let us adore the eternal word
d262Let us with a joyful mind
d263Lift your voice, and thankful sing
d264Lo God is here let us adore
d265Lo what a glorious sight appears
d266Lo what a sparkling luster shines
d267Lo what an entertaining sight
d268Long and mournful is the night
d269Long have I [we] sat beneath the sound
d270Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing, Hope and comfort from above
d271Lord, dost thou show [shew] a corner stone [cornerstone]
d272Lord, may thy humble servants here
d273Lord, not to earth's contracted span
d274Lord of life, all praise excelling
d275Lord of nature, source of light
d276Lord of the [this] Sabbath, hear our vows
d277Lord of the worlds above, How pleasant and how fair
d278Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing to stand
d279Lord, we have wandered from thy [the] way
d280Lord, we unite our hearts
d281Lord, what our ears have heard
d282Lord, what was man, when made at first
d283Lord, when my thoughts delighted rove
d284Loud let the tuneful trumpet sound
d285Loud to the Prince of Heaven
d286Low at thy gracious feet I bend
d287Mark the soft falling snow
d288May all our powers of mind
d289May sacred heat inspire my tongue
d290May that glad wisdom, whose bright eye
d291May we thine armor, Lord, put on
d292Mediator, Son of God
d293Mere human power [powers] shall fast decay
d294Mighty God [Lord] while angels bless [praise] thee
d295Must Christians pray for nought
d296My dear Redeemer, and my Lord
d297My Father, cheering name, O may I call Thee mine
d298My God, all nature owns thy sway
d299My God, in whom are all the springs of boundless love
d300My God, my [mine] everlasting hope, I live upon thy truth

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