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1780 Preface

1876 Preface




SECTION I. Exhorting Sinners to return to God 1

II. Describing, 1. The Pleasantness of Religion 12

2. The Goodness of God 22

3. Death 41

4. Judgment 54

5. Heaven 67

6. Hell 80

III. Praying for a Blessing 81


SECTION I. Describing Formal Religion 91

II. Inward Religion 95


SECTION I. Praying for Repentance 99

II. For Mourners convinced of Sin 108

III. For Persons convinced of Backsliding 168

IV. For Backsliders recovered 182


SECTION I. For Believers Rejoicing 189

II. Fighting 265

III. Praying 291

IV. Watching 305

V. Working 321

VI. Suffering 329

VII. Seeking for full redemption 340

VIII. Saved 418

IX. Interceding for the World 441


SECTION I. For the Society Meeting 478

II. Giving Thanks 488

III. Praying 501

IV. Parting 533





His Person, Offices. and Work 665

His Incarnation, Life, and Works 683

His Sufferings and Death 699

His Resurrection 712

His Ascension 719

His Kingdom 727


His Person, Work, and Officcs 750



Rejoicing 800

Praying 815

Watching 828

Suffering 831

Working 858


Worship 859

The Ministry, and Prayers for Ministers 868

The Scriptures, and Prayers before reading them 879

Baptism, and Prayers for Children and Parents 888

The Lord's Supper 897

For Covenant Services 909


Death 913

Resurrection 927

The Last Judgment 932

Heaven 938


The Lord's Day 950

Morning 955

Evening 961

Morning Hymn 963

Evening Hymn 967

Saturday Evening 975

The Watch Night 976

New Year's Day 978

For the King 985

In Time of Pestilence 986

Harvest Home 987

Laying the Foundation of a Chapel 989

Opening a Chapel 994

For a Wedding 995

Family Religion 997

After a Journey 998

Going on Shipboard, Prayers for Travellers 999

Benedictions 1005

Graces before and after Meat 1009


1. For many years I have been importuned to publish such a hymn-book as might be generally used in all our congregations throughout Great Britain and Ireland. I have hitherto withstood the importunity, as I believed such a publication was needless, considering the various hymn-books which my brother and I have published within these forty years last past; so that it may be doubted whether any religious community in the world has a greater variety of them.

2. But it has been answered, "Such a publication is highly needful upon this very account: for the greater part of the people, being poor, are not able to purchase so many books; and those that have purchased them are, as it were, bewildered in the immense variety. A proper Collection of hymns for general use, carefully made out of all these books, is therefore still wanting; and one comprised in so moderate a compass, as to be neither cumbersome nor expensive."

3. It has been replied, "You have such a Collection already, (entitled 'Hymns and Spiritual Songs') which I extracted several years ago from a variety of hymn-books." But it is objected, "This is in the other extreme: it is far too small. It does not, it cannot, in so narrow a compass, contain variety enough; not so much as we want, among whom singing makes so considerable a part of the public service. What we want is, a Collection not too large, that it may be cheap and portable; nor too small, that it may contain a sufficient variety for all ordinary occasions."

4. Such a Hymn-Book you have now before you. It is not so large as to be either cumbersome or expensive; and it is large enough to contain such a variety of hymns as will not soon be worn threadbare. It is large enough to contain all the important truths of our most holy religion, whether speculative or practical; yea, to illustrate them all and to prove them both by Scripture and reason; and this is done in a regular order. The hymns are not carelessly jumbled together, but carefully ranged under proper heads, according to the experience of real Christians. So that this book is, in effect, a little body of experimental and practical divinity.

5. As but a small part of these hymns is of my own composing, I do not think it inconsistent with modesty to declare, that I am persuaded no such hymn-book as this has yet been published in the English language. In what other publication of the kind have you so distinct and full an account of scriptural Christianity? Such a declaration of the heights and depths of religion, speculative and practical? so strong cautions against the most plausible errors; particularly those that are now most prevalent? and so clear directions for making your calling and election sure; for perfecting holiness in the fear of God?

6. May I be permitted to add a few words with regard to the poetry? Then I will speak to those who are judges thereof, with all freedom and unreserve. To these I may say, without offence, 1. In these hymns there is no doggerel; no botches; nothing put in to patch up the rhyme; no feeble expletives. 2. Here is nothing turgid or bombast, on the one hand, or low and creeping, on the other. 3. Here are no cant expressions; no words without meaning. Those who impute this to us know not what they say. We talk common sense, both in prose and verse, and use no word but in a fixed and determinate sense. 4. Here are, allow me to say, both the purity, the strength, and the elegance of the English language; and, at the same time, the utmost simplicity and plainness, suited to every capacity. Lastly, I desire men of taste to judge, (these are the only competent judges) whether there be not in some of the following hymns the true spirit of poetry, such as cannot be acquired by art and labour, but must be the gift of nature. By labour a man may become a tolerable imitator of Spencer, Shakespeare, or Milton; and may heap together pretty compound epithets, as "pale-eyed," "meek-eyed," and the like; but unless he be born a poet, he will never attain the genuine spirit of poetry.

7. And here I beg leave to mention a thought which has been long upon my mind, and which I should long ago have inserted in the public papers, had I not been unwilling to stir up a nest of hornets. Many gentlemen have done my brother and me (though without naming us) the honour to reprint many of our Hymns. Now they are perfectly welcome so to do, provided they print them just as they are. But I desire they would not attempt to mend them; for they really are not able. None of them is able to mend either the sense or the verse. Therefore, I must beg of them one of these two favours; either to let them stand just as they are, to take them for better for worse; or to add the true reading in the margin, or at the bottom of the page; that we may no longer be accountable either for the nonsense or for the doggerel of other men.

8. But to return. That which is of infinitely more moment than the spirit of poetry, is the spirit of piety. And I trust, all persons of real judgment will find this breathing through the whole Collection. It is in this view chiefly, that I would recommend it to every truly pious reader, as a means of raising or quickening the spirit of devotion; of confirming his faith; of enlivening his hope; and of kindling and increasing his love to God and man. When Poetry thus keeps its place, as the handmaid of Piety, it shall attain, not a poor perishable wreath, but a crown that fadeth not away.

JOHN WESLEY. London, Oct. 20, 1779.

N.B. The Hymns distinguished by the prefix of an asterisk were not in the editions published during the life of Mr. Wesley.

The New Supplement to "A Collection of Hymns for the use of the People called Methodists," originally published by John Wesley in 1780, has been compiled under the direction of a Committee appointed by the Conference in 1874.

The "Collection" of 1780 has been circulated by millions, and has been recognised as a priceless treasure, not only by Methodists, but by many other disciples of the One Master. As a testimony to Scripture doctrine and Christian experience, as a monument of piety, a manual of devotion, and a bond of fellowship, it can never cease to be precious to all who cherish the spirit of its authors, and wish well to that revival of religion of which they were the instruments; while, in instances almost innumerable, personal associations have invested portions of its contents with tender, and even sacred interest.

The Conference therefore determined that it should be retained in use, and, while generally revised, should undergo no alteration which would affect its substance or impair its identity. But as altered circumstances, often resulting from the growth of the Connexion, and occasions repeatedly arising in public, social, and domestic life have rendered additional hymns necessary, an attempt has been made to meet the want which has been long felt, and which was by no means adequately provided for by the valuable Supplement published about forty-five years since.

In this compilation the necessities of public worship have been first considered; and it is hoped that an ample supply of compositions suitable for mixed congregations is here furnished. In addition to hymns of adoration and thanksgiving, there will be found seventy versions of Psalms, or parts of Psalms (besides those contained in the former Supplement) by means of which that portion of Holy Scripture, which has supplied so large a share of the devotional exercises of Christians generally, will become more fully available for the use of Methodists than it has been for a long time past. Many poems of Charles Wesley also, which up to a late period only existed in manuscript, are now for the first time presented for congregational use; and by the force and sublimity of thought, the depth and tenderness of feeling, and the spirit of fervent piety displayed in them, will fully vindicate the judgment of John Wesley respecting his brother's poetical remains. Well does it become all the lovers of Scriptural Christianity, but especially the Methodists, to be thankful to the Author of every good gift for the endowments and labours of Charles Wesley, which were so long and faithfully consecrated to the promotion of vital and experimental religion, and by which that "power of godliness" which it is the mission of Methodism to spread, has been alike exemplified and vindicated. The full extent to which these labours have been rendered serviceable to the cause of Christ can only be known in the day when all secret things shall be revealed.

The Spirit of its living Head having never departed from the Church, it follows that those in all ages who by the Holy Ghost have called Jesus Lord should have been occupied with attempts to set forth His praise. As in the old time they still "prophesy and do not cease," so that our age is richer in good hymns than any that have gone before it. The Committee have been glad to avail themselves of the labours of both contemporaries and predecessors, and accordingly the present volume is enriched by a selection from the works of modern hymnologists as well as from the accumulated treasures of the past. The names of authors as presented in the "Index of First Lines," will help to exemplify the substantial unity existing between all believers in Christ, notwithstanding the many causes which at present hinder its full manifestation to the world.

It may be proper to add that the Committee, while mainly desirous to provide by this Supplement for the wants of congregations, have not restricted themselves to that object. The people called Methodists were supposed by their Founder to have many uses for good hymns besides singing them in public assemblies; and he selected for them accordingly. Here also will be found some adapted to personal and private, rather than to collective worship, or to praising the Lord "secretly among the faithful," rather than "in the congregation;" but none, it is hoped, which will not minister "to exhortation, edification, or comfort:" and for these objects they humbly invoke the blessing of God upon their work.

The Committee offer respectful thanks to the authors and publishers concerned, for permission courteously given to use hymns in which they have a copyright. A list of these, as far as known, is given below. If they have in any instance failed to seek for permission where they ought to have done so, such omission has been entirely unintentional, and they trust this apology for it will be accepted.

The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Lincoln; the Very Rev. the Dean of Westminster; the Right Hon. and Rev. the Earl Nelson; the Rev. Sir H. W. Baker, Bart.; the Rev. Sir J. Prevost, Bart.; the Rev. W. J. Hall, M.A., and the Rev. W. Josiah Irons, D.D., Prebendaries of St. Paul's; the Rev. B. H. Kennedy, D.D., Canon of Ely; the Rev. Horatius Bonar, D.D.; the (late) Rev. J. S. Monsell, LL.D.; the Rev. W. M. Punshon, LL.D.; the Rev. Messrs. J. Ellerton, M.A., J. M. Fuller, M.A., Arthur Tozer-Russell, M.A., the Rev. S. J. Stone, M.A., the Rev. H. Twells, M.A., the Rev. Ed. Caswall, and the Rev. E. E. Jenkins, M.A.; Sir Charles Reed; Richard Massie, Esq.; Granville R. Ryder, Esq.; Thomas Montgomery Foster, Esq.; T. Stamford Raffles, Esq.; George Rawson, Esq.; Miss C. Winkworth; Mrs. Lynch; and H. L. L., the Authors or representatives of the Authors of hymns; and Messrs. Murray, Longmans, Nisbet, Rivingtons, Masters, Hayes, Novello, Daldy Isbister & Co., and the Committee of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, and the Committee of the Religious Tract Society, the Publishers of the several volumes from which hymns have been selected.

LONDON, 1876.

Index to the hymns

Hymn 1 O FOR a thousand tongues to sing
Hymn 2 COME, sinners, to the gospel feast,
Hymn 3 ALL that pass by, To Jesus draw near,
Hymn 4 HO! every one that thirsts, draw nigh!
Hymn 5 THY faithfulness, Lord, Each moment we find,
Hymn 6 SINNERS, turn, why will ye die?
Hymn 7 LET the beasts their breath resign,
Hymn 8 WHAT could your Redeemer do
Hymn 9 SINNERS, obey the gospel-word!
Hymn 10 YE thirsty for God, To Jesus give ear,
Hymn 11 GOD, the offended God most high,
Hymn 12 COME, ye that love the Lord,
Hymn 13 HAPPY soul that free from harms
Hymn 14 HAPPY the man that finds the grace,
Hymn 15 HAPPY the souls to Jesus joined,
Hymn 16 HAPPY the souls that first believed,
Hymn 17 JESUS, from whom all blessings flow,
Hymn 18 FATHER, Saviour of mankind,
Hymn 19 REJOICE evermore With angels above,
Hymn 20 WEARY souls, that wander wide
Hymn 21 YE simple souls that stray
Hymn 22 BEHOLD the Saviour of mankind
Hymn 23 EXTENDED on a cursed tree,
Hymn 24 SAVIOUR, if thy precious love
Hymn 25 STUPENDOUS love of God most high!
Hymn 26 I THIRST, thou wounded Lamb of God,
Hymn 27 SAVIOUR, the world's and mine,
Hymn 28 LOVE divine! what hast thou done!
Hymn 29 COME, ye weary sinners, come,
Hymn 30 WHERE shall my wondering soul begin?
Hymn 31 SEE, sinners, in the gospel glass,
Hymn 32 SINNERS, believe the gospel word,
Hymn 33 WOULD Jesus have the sinner die?
Hymn 34 LET earth and heaven agree,
Hymn 35 JESUS, thou all-redeeming Lord,
Hymn 36 LOVERS of pleasure more than God,
Hymn 37 JESUS! the name high over
Hymn 38 GOD, of good the unfathomed sea!
Hymn 39 FATHER, whose everlasting love
Hymn 40 YE neighbours, and friends Of Jesus, draw near:
Hymn 41 O GOD! our help in ages past,
Hymn 42 THEE we adore, eternal name!
Hymn 43 AND am I born to die?
Hymn 44 AND am I only born to die?
Hymn 45 SHRINKING from the cold hand of death,
Hymn 46 THE morning flowers display their sweets,
Hymn 47 COME, let us anew our journey pursue, Roll
Hymn 48 PASS a few swiftly-fleeting years,
Hymn 49 REJOICE for a brother deceased,
Hymn 50 BLESSING, honour, thanks, and praise,
Hymn 51 HARK! a voice divides the sky,
Hymn 52 AGAIN we lift our voice,
Hymn 53 GLORY be to God on high, God, in
Hymn 54 HEARKEN to the solemn voice,
Hymn 55 THOU Judge of quick and dead,
Hymn 56 HE comes! he comes! the Judge severe,
Hymn 57 THE great archangel's trump shall sound,
Hymn 58 JESUS, faithful to his word,
Hymn 59 THOU God of glorious majesty,
Hymn 60 RIGHTEOUS God! whose vengeful phials
Hymn 61 STAND the omnipotent decree!
Hymn 62 HOW happy are the little flock,
Hymn 63 WOE to the men on earth who dwell,
Hymn 64 BY faith we find the place above,
Hymn 65 YE virgin souls, arise,
Hymn 66 LO! He comes with clouds descending,
Hymn 67 HOW weak the thoughts, and vain,
Hymn 68 HOW happy is the pilgrim's lot!
Hymn 69 THOU, Lord, on whom I still depend,
Hymn 70 I LONG to behold Him arrayed
Hymn 71 LEADER of faithful souls, and guide
Hymn 72 SAVIOUR, on me the grace bestow
Hymn 73 AWAY with our sorrow and fear!
Hymn 74 WE know, by faith we know,
Hymn 75 LIFT your eyes of faith, and see
Hymn 76 WHAT are these arrayed in white,
Hymn 77 THE Church in her militant state
Hymn 78 THE thirsty are called to their Lord,
Hymn 79 FOUNTAIN of life and of grace
Hymn 80 TERRIBLE thought! shall I alone,
Hymn 81 FATHER of omnipresent grace!
Hymn 82 SHEPHERD of souls, with pitying eye
Hymn 83 THOU Son of God, whose flaming eyes
Hymn 84 COME, O thou all-victorious Lord!
Hymn 85 SPIRIT of faith, come down,
Hymn 86 SINNERS, your hearts lift up,
Hymn 87 COME, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire,
Hymn 88 FATHER of all, in whom alone
Hymn 89 INSPIRER of the ancient seers,
Hymn 90 COME, O thou Prophet of the Lord,
Hymn 91 LONG have I seemed to serve thee, Lord,
Hymn 92 STILL for thy loving-kindness, Lord,
Hymn 93 MY gracious, loving Lord,
Hymn 94 THE men who slight thy faithful word,
Hymn 95 AUTHOR of faith, eternal Word,
Hymn 96 HOW can a sinner know
Hymn 97 THOU great mysterious God unknown,
Hymn 98 UPRIGHT, both in heart and will,
Hymn 99 FATHER of lights, from whom proceeds
Hymn 100 JESU, my Advocate above,
Hymn 101 SAVIOUR, Prince of Israel's race,
Hymn 102 O THAT I could repent! With
Hymn 103 O THAT I could revere
Hymn 104 O FOR that tenderness of heart
Hymn 105 O THAT I could repent! O
Hymn 106 JESU, let thy pitying eye
Hymn 107 THE Spirit of the Lord our God
Hymn 108 ENSLAVED to sense, to pleasure prone,
Hymn 109 WRETCHED, helpless, and distrest,
Hymn 110 JESU, friend of sinners, hear,
Hymn 111 THUS saith the Lord! Who seek the Lamb,
Hymn 112 WOE is me! what tongue can tell
Hymn 113 O THOU whom fain my soul would love!
Hymn 114 JESU, in whom the weary find
Hymn 115 LET the world their virtue boast,
Hymn 116 SAVIOUR, cast a pitying eye,
Hymn 117 God is in this and every place;
Hymn 118 AUTHOR of faith, to thee I cry,
Hymn 119 FATHER of Jesus Christ, my Lord, I
Hymn 120 COMFORT, ye ministers of grace,
Hymn 121 EXPAND thy wings, celestial Dove,
Hymn 122 O THOU who hast our sorrows borne,
Hymn 123 LET the redeemed give thanks and praise
Hymn 124 O THAT I, first of love possessed,
Hymn 125 O THAT I could my Lord receive,
Hymn 126 TOO strong I was to conquer sin,
Hymn 127 WHEREWITH, O God, shall I draw near,
Hymn 128 WITH glorious clouds encompassed round,
Hymn 129 ADAM descended from above,
Hymn 130 THOU God unsearchable, unknown,
Hymn 131 LORD, I despair myself to heal:
Hymn 132 JESU, the sinner's friend, to thee,
Hymn 133 JESU, whose glory's streaming rays,
Hymn 134 JESU, if still the same thou art,
Hymn 135 JESU, if still thou art to-day
Hymn 136 WHILE dead in trespasses I lie,
Hymn 137 WHEN shall thy love constrain,
Hymn 138 O THAT thou wouldst the heavens rent,
Hymn 139 JESU! Redeemer! Saviour, Lord,
Hymn 140 COME, O thou Traveller unknown,
Hymn 141 YIELD to me now, for I am weak,
Hymn 142 DROOPING soul, shake off thy fears,
Hymn 143 JESU, Lover of my soul,
Hymn 144 THEE, Jesu, thee, the sinner's friend,
Hymn 145 JESUS, let me bless thy name!
Hymn 146 STILL Lord, I languish for thy grace;
Hymn 147 O LOVE divine, how sweet thou art!
Hymn 148 FATHER of Jesus Christ the Just.
Hymn 149 l WHY not now, my God, my God!
Hymn 150 THOU hidden God, for whom I groan,
Hymn 151 OUT of the deep I cry,
Hymn 152 AH whither should I go,
Hymn 153 I SEEM desirous to repent,
Hymn 154 FAIN would I leave the world below,
Hymn 155 GOD of my life, what just return
Hymn 156 O DISCLOSE thy lovely face!
Hymn 157 MY sufferings all to thee are known,
Hymn 158 O MY God, what must I do?
Hymn 159 LAY to thy hand, O God of grace!
Hymn 160 O JESUS my Hope,
Hymn 161 STAY, thou insulted Spirit, stay,
Hymn 162 l O MY offended God,
Hymn 163 WHEN, gracious Lord, when shall it be,
Hymn 164 LORD, regard my earnest cry,
Hymn 165 COME holy celestial Dove,
Hymn 166 JESU, take my sins away,
Hymn 167 LAMB of God, for sinners slain,
Hymn 168 DEPTH of mercy! can there be
Hymn 169 JESUS, the all-restoring Word,
Hymn 170 O 'TIS enough, my God, my God!
Hymn 171 O GOD, if thou art love indeed,
Hymn 172 O UNEXHAUSTED grace!
Hymn 173 JESUS, I believe thee near,
Hymn 174 HOW shall a lost sinner in pain
Hymn 175 GOD of my salvation, hear,
Hymn 176 O GOD, thy righteousness we own,
Hymn 177 JESUS, thou know'st my sinfulness,
Hymn 178 YES, from this instant now, I will
Hymn 179 FATHER, if thou must reprove
Hymn 180 SAVIOUR, I now with shame confess
Hymn 181 THOU Man of griefs, remember me,
Hymn 182 I WILL hearken what the Lord
Hymn 183 JESU, Shepherd of the sheep,
Hymn 184 MY God, my God, to thee I cry,
Hymn 185 AFTER all that I have done,
Hymn 186 WEARY of wandering from my God,
Hymn 187 SON of God, if thy free grace
Hymn 188 LORD, and is thine anger gone?
Hymn 189 NOW I have found the ground wherein
Hymn 190 JESU, thy blood and righteousness
Hymn 191 THEE, O my God and King,
Hymn 192 OFT I in my heart have said,
Hymn 193 O FILIAL Deity,
Hymn 194 ARISE, my soul, arise, Thy
Hymn 195 HIGH above every name,
Hymn 196 INTO thy gracious hands I fall,
Hymn 197 HAPPY soul who sees the day,
Hymn 198 WHAT shall I do My Saviour to praise,
Hymn 199 O HEAVENLY King, Look down from above!
Hymn 200 MY Father, my God, I long for thy love,
Hymn 201 AND can it be, that I should gain
Hymn 202 ARISE, my soul, arise, Shake
Hymn 203 GLORY to God, whose sovereign grace
Hymn 204 For whom we now lift up our voice,
Hymn 205 MY God, I am thine,
Hymn 206 WHAT am I, O thou glorious God!
Hymn 207 JESUS is our common Lord,
Hymn 208 COME, let us, who in Christ believe,
Hymn 209 THOU hidden source of calm repose,
Hymn 210 THEE will I love, my strength, my tower,
Hymn 211 LET all men rejoice, By Jesus restored!
Hymn 212 MY brethren beloved, Your calling ye see;
Hymn 213 MY God, the spring of all my joys,
Hymn 214 TALK with us, Lord, thyself reveal,
Hymn 215 GLORIOUS Saviour of my soul,
Hymn 216 INFINITE, unexhausted Love!
Hymn 217 JESUS, to thee I now can fly,
Hymn 218 SEE how great a flame aspires,
Hymn 219 ALL thanks be to God,
Hymn 220 ALL glory to God in the sky,
Hymn 221 MEET and right it is to sing,
Hymn 222 HOW happy, gracious Lord! are we
Hymn 223 WHEN Israel out of Egypt came,
Hymn 224 I'LL praise my Maker while I've breath,
Hymn 225 PRAISE ye the Lord! 'tis good to raise
Hymn 226 ETERNAL Wisdom! Thee we praise,
Hymn 227 HOW do thy mercies close me round!
Hymn 228 THOU Shepherd of Israel, and mine,
Hymn 229 GOD of my life, to thee
Hymn 230 FOUNTAIN of life and all my joy,
Hymn 231 AWAY with our fears!
Hymn 232 YOUNG men and maidens, raise
Hymn 233 HAPPY man whom God doth aid!
Hymn 234 LET all that breathe Jehovah praise,
Hymn 235 FATHER of all! whose powerful voice
Hymn 236 SON of thy Sire's eternal love,
Hymn 237 ETERNAL, spotless Lamb of God,
Hymn 238 MEET and right it is to praise
Hymn 239 HAIL! Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
Hymn 240 O GOD, thou bottomless abyss!
Hymn 241 THOU, true and only God, lead'st forth
Hymn 242 GLORIOUS God, accept a heart
Hymn 243 THOU, my God, art good and wise,
Hymn 244 THOU, the great, eternal Lord,
Hymn 245 GOOD thou art, and good thou dost,
Hymn 246 MY soul, through my Redeemer's care,
Hymn 247 HOLY as thou, O Lord, is none!
Hymn 248 BLEST be our everlasting Lord,
Hymn 249 GREAT God! to me the sight afford
Hymn 250 THY ceaseless, unexhausted love,
Hymn 251 FATHER of me, and all mankind,
Hymn 252 COME, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, One
Hymn 253 FATHER, in whom we live,
Hymn 254 THE day of Christ, the day of God,
Hymn 255 SPIRIT of truth, essential God,
Hymn 256 HAIL! Father, Son, and Spirit great,
Hymn 257 GLORY be to God on high, God, whose
Hymn 258 JEHOVAH, God the Father, bless,
Hymn 259 HAIL! holy, holy, holy Lord!
Hymn 260 HOLY, holy, holy Lord,
Hymn 261 COME, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Whom
Hymn 262 A THOUSAND oracles divine
Hymn 263 FATHER, how wide thy glory shines!
Hymn 264 O ALL-CREATING God!
Hymn 265 O MAY thy powerful word
Hymn 266 SOLDIERS of Christ, arise,
Hymn 267 BUT, above all, lay hold
Hymn 268 IN fellowship, alone,
Hymn 269 SURROUNDED by a host of foes,
Hymn 270 EQUIP me for the war,
Hymn 271 O ALMIGHTY God of love,
Hymn 272 PEACE, doubting heart! my God's I am;
Hymn 273 OMNIPOTENT Lord, My Saviour and King,
Hymn 274 O MY old, my bosom foe,
Hymn 275 THE Lord unto my Lord hath said,
Hymn 276 WORSHIP, and thanks, and blessing,
Hymn 277 JESUS, the conqueror, reigns,
Hymn 278 WHO is this gigantic foe
Hymn 279 SHALL I, for fear of feeble man,
Hymn 280 THE Lord is King, and earth submits,
Hymn 281 ARE there not in the labourer's day
Hymn 282 BUT can it be, that I should prove
Hymn 283 O GOD, my hope, my heavenly rest,
Hymn 284 TO thee, great God of love! I bow,
Hymn 285 COME, Saviour, Jesus, from above!
Hymn 286 ABRAHAM, when severely tried,
Hymn 287 OMNIPRESENT God! whose aid
Hymn 288 ==8s & 6s.
Hymn 289 GOD of my life, whose gracious power
Hymn 290 My God, if I may call thee mine,
Hymn 291 FONDLY my foolish heart essays
Hymn 292 TO the haven of thy breast,
Hymn 293 JESUS, my King, to thee I bow,
Hymn 294 JESU, thou sovereign Lord of all,
Hymn 295 COME, ye followers of the Lord,
Hymn 296 HELP, Lord! the busy foe
Hymn 297 SHEPHERD Divine, our wants relieve
Hymn 298 WONDROUS power of faithful prayer!
Hymn 299 JESUS, thou hast bid us pray,
Hymn 300 JESUS, I fain would find
Hymn 301 JESUS, my strength, my hope,
Hymn 302 LORD, that I may learn of thee,
Hymn 303 AH, when shall I awake
Hymn 304 SAVIOUR, on me the want bestow,
Hymn 305 GRACIOUS Redeemer, shake
Hymn 306 FATHER, to thee I lift mine eyes,
Hymn 307 GOD of all grace and majesty,
Hymn 308 I WANT a principle within
Hymn 309 HELP, Lord, to whom for help I fly,
Hymn 310 JESUS, my Master and my Lord,
Hymn 311 BID me of men beware,
Hymn 312 JESU, my Saviour, Brother, Friend,
Hymn 313 PIERCE, fill me with an humble fear;
Hymn 314 HARK, how the watchmen cry,
Hymn 315 ANGELS your march oppose,
Hymn 316 ETERNAL Power, whose high abode
Hymn 317 AH Lord, with trembling I confess,
Hymn 318 A CHARGE to keep I have,
Hymn 319 WATCHED by the world's malignant eye,
Hymn 320 BE it my only wisdom here
Hymn 321 SUMMONED my labour to renew,
Hymn 322 SERVANT of all, to toil for man
Hymn 323 GOD of almighty love,
Hymn 324 FORTH in thy name, O Lord, I go,
Hymn 325 LO! I come with joy to do
Hymn 326 CAPTAIN of Israel's host, and guide
Hymn 327 THOU who camest from above
Hymn 328 WHEN quiet in my house I sit,
Hymn 329 THEE, Jesus, full of truth and grace,
Hymn 330 SAVIOUR of all, what hast thou done,
Hymn 331 AFFLICTED by a gracious God,
Hymn 332 MASTER, I own thy lawful claim,
Hymn 333 COME on, my partners in distress,
Hymn 334 LORD, I adore thy gracious will;
Hymn 335 CAST on the fidelity
Hymn 336 FATHER, in the name I pray
Hymn 337 ETERNAL Beam of light divine,
Hymn 338 THOU Lamb of God, thou Prince of peace,
Hymn 339 O THOU to whose all-searching sight
Hymn 340 THE thing my God doth hate
Hymn 341 O JESUS, let thy dying cry
Hymn 342 GOD of eternal truth and grace,
Hymn 343 O FOR a heart to praise my God,
Hymn 344 THOU hidden love of God, whose height,
Hymn 345 YE ransomed sinners, hear,
Hymn 346 FOR ever here my rest shall be,
Hymn 347 JESUS, my Life! thyself apply,
Hymn 348 HEAVENLY Father, sovereign Lord,
Hymn 349 WHERE the ancient dragon lay,
Hymn 350 HOLY Lamb, who thee receive,
Hymn 351 COME, Holy Ghost, all quickening fire!
Hymn 352 JESUS, thou art our King!
Hymn 353 O JESU, source of calm repose,
Hymn 354 EVER fainting with desire,
Hymn 355 JESU, shall I never be
Hymn 356 LORD, I believe thy every word,
Hymn 357 JESU, the Life, the Truth, the Way,
Hymn 358 OPEN, Lord, my inward ear,
Hymn 359 GOD of Israel's faithful three,
Hymn 360 FATHER of Jesus Christ, my Lord, My
Hymn 361 MY God! I know, I feel thee mine,
Hymn 362 BE it according to thy word;
Hymn 363 WHAT! never speak one evil word,
Hymn 364 JESUS, the gift divine I know,
Hymn 365 O GOD of my salvation, hear,
Hymn 366 I SOON shall hear thy quickening voice,
Hymn 367 O COME, and dwell in me,
Hymn 368 FATHER, see this living clod,
Hymn 369 O GOD most merciful and true!
Hymn 370 DEEPEN the wound thy hands have made
Hymn 371 WHAT now is my object and aim?
Hymn 372 GIVE me the enlarged desire,
Hymn 373 JESU, thy boundless love to me
Hymn 374 COME, Holy Ghost, all quickening fire,
Hymn 375 SAVIOUR from sin, I wait to prove
Hymn 376 I WANT the Spirit of power within,
Hymn 377 FATHER of everlasting, grace,
Hymn 378 WHAT shall I do my God to love,
Hymn 379 O LOVE, I languish at thy stay!
Hymn 380 PRISONERS of hope, lift up your heads,
Hymn 381 WHEN, my Saviour, shall I be
Hymn 382 O GREAT mountain, who art thou,
Hymn 383 WHO hath slighted or contemned
Hymn 384 I KNOW that my Redeemer lives, And
Hymn 385 LOVE Divine, all loves excelling,
Hymn 386 Arm of the Lord, awake, awake! Thine
Hymn 387 PRISONERS of hope, arise,
Hymn 388 O THAT my load of sin were gone
Hymn 389 O JESUS, at thy feet we wait,
Hymn 390 SINCE the Son hath made me free,
Hymn 391 GOD of all power, and truth, and grace,
Hymn 392 FATHER, supply my every need,
Hymn 393 HOLY, and true, and righteous Lord,
Hymn 394 O GOD of our forefathers, hear,
Hymn 395 O GOD, to whom, in flesh revealed,
Hymn 396 O THOU, whom once they flocked to hear,
Hymn 397 JESU, thy far-extended fame
Hymn 398 SAVIOUR of the sin-sick soul,
Hymn 399 LIGHT of life, seraphic fire,
Hymn 400 JESUS comes with all his grace,
Hymn 401 All things are possible to him
Hymn 402 O MIGHT I this moment cease
Hymn 403 LORD, I believe a rest remains
Hymn 404 O GLORIOUS hope of perfect love!
Hymn 405 O JOYFUL sound of gospel grace!
Hymn 406 WHAT is our calling's glorious hope,
Hymn 407 NONE is like Jeshurun's God,
Hymn 408 HE wills that I should holy be,
Hymn 409 JESUS, my Lord, I cry to thee
Hymn 410 FATHER, I dare believe
Hymn 411 GOD! who didst so dearly buy
Hymn 412 THOU God that answerest by fire,
Hymn 413 ONCE thou didst on earth appear,
Hymn 414 NOW, even now, I yield, I yield,
Hymn 415 JESUS hath died that I might live,
Hymn 416 I ASK the gift of righteousness,
Hymn 417 COME, O my God, the promise seal,
Hymn 418 TRUE and faithful Witness, thee,
Hymn 419 QUICKENED with our immortal Head,
Hymn 420 YE faithful souls, who Jesus know,
Hymn 421 "I THE good fight have fought,"
Hymn 422 LET not the wise his wisdom boast,
Hymn 423 WHO can worthily commend
Hymn 424 US, who climb thy holy hill,
Hymn 425 THE voice that speaks Jehovah near,
Hymn 426 LORD, in the strength of grace,
Hymn 427 GOD of all-redeeming grace,
Hymn 428 LET Him to whom we now belong
Hymn 429 BEHOLD the servant of the Lord!
Hymn 430 FATHER, Son, and Holy Ghost,
Hymn 431 O GOD, what offering shall I give
Hymn 432 FATHER, into thy hands alone
Hymn 433 GIVE me the faith which can remove
Hymn 434 JESUS, all-atoning Lamb,
Hymn 435 FATHER, to thee my soul I lift,
Hymn 436 JESU, my Truth, my Way,
Hymn 437 O GOD, my God, my all thou art!
Hymn 438 O GOD of peace and pardoning love,
Hymn 439 THY power and saving truth to show,
Hymn 440 THOU, Jesu, thou my breast inspire,
Hymn 441 LET God, who comforts the distrest,
Hymn 442 OUR earth we now lament to see
Hymn 443 ARM of the Lord, awake, awake! The
Hymn 444 LORD over all, if thou hast made,
Hymn 445 O COME, thou radiant morning Star,
Hymn 446 JESU, the word of mercy give,
Hymn 447 MESSIAH, Prince of peace!
Hymn 448 ETERNAL Lord of earth and skies,
Hymn 449 TRUE and faithful Witness, thou
Hymn 450 MESSIAH, full of grace,
Hymn 451 FATHER of faithful Abraham, hear
Hymn 452 ALMIGHTY God of love,
Hymn 453 JESUS, the word bestow,
Hymn 454 GOD of unspotted purity,
Hymn 455 O LET us our own works forsake,
Hymn 456 FATHER, if justly still we claim
Hymn 457 ON all the earth thy Spirit shower;
Hymn 458 AUTHOR of faith, we seek thy face
Hymn 459 SHEPHERD of Israel, hear
Hymn 460 FATHER of boundless grace,
Hymn 461 SAVIOUR, to thee we humbly cry!
Hymn 462 O LET the prisoners' mournful cries
Hymn 463 LAMB of God, who bear'st away
Hymn 464 JESUS, from thy heavenly place,
Hymn 465 SOVEREIGN of all! whose will ordains
Hymn 466 A NATION God delights to bless,
Hymn 467 FATHER of all, by whom we are,
Hymn 468 GOD only wise, almighty, good,
Hymn 469 FATHER of lights! thy needful aid
Hymn 470 MASTER supreme, I look to thee
Hymn 471 HOW shall I walk my God to please,
Hymn 472 I AND my house will serve the Lord:
Hymn 473 COME, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, To
Hymn 474 CAPTAIN of our salvation, take
Hymn 475 BUT who sufficient is to lead
Hymn 476 COME, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Honor
Hymn 477 FATHER, Son, and Holy Ghost,
Hymn 478 AND are we yet alive,
Hymn 479 PEACE be on this house bestowed,
Hymn 480 GLORY be to God above,
Hymn 481 ALL thanks to the Lamb, Who gives us to meet!
Hymn 482 SAVIOUR of sinful men,
Hymn 483 JESU, to thee our hearts we lift,
Hymn 484 APPOINTED by thee, We meet in thy name,
Hymn 485 JESU, we look to thee,
Hymn 486 SEE, Jesu, thy disciples see,
Hymn 487 TWO are better far than one
Hymn 488 HOW happy are we
Hymn 489 HOW good and pleasant 'tis to see,
Hymn 490 BRETHREN in Christ, and well-beloved,
Hymn 491 COME away to the skies,
Hymn 492 WHAT shall we offer our good Lord,
Hymn 493 THE people that in darkness lay,
Hymn 494 LO! God is here! let us adore,
Hymn 495 COME, let us arise,
Hymn 496 THE earth is the Lord's, And all it contains;
Hymn 497 COME, all whoe'er have set
Hymn 498 COME, let us anew our journey pursue, With
Hymn 499 COME, let us ascend,
Hymn 500 ALL praise to our redeeming Lord,
Hymn 502 COME, thou omniscient Son of man,
Hymn 503 TRY us, O God, and search the ground
Hymn 504 JESUS, united by thy grace,
Hymn 505 UNCHANGEABLE almighty Lord,
Hymn 506 FATHER of our dying Lord,
Hymn 507 SAVIOUR of all, to thee we bow,
Hymn 508 GOD of love, that hear'st the prayer,
Hymn 509 JESUS, Lord, we look to thee,
Hymn 510 THOU God of truth and love,
Hymn 511 FORGIVE us, for thy mercy's sake,
Hymn 512 CENTRE of our hopes thou art,
Hymn 513 JESUS, with kindest pity see
Hymn 514 FATHER, at thy footstool see
Hymn 515 FATHER, Son, and Spirit, hear
Hymn 516 OTHER ground can no man lay,
Hymn 517 CHRIST, our Head, gone up on high
Hymn 518 CHRIST, from whom all blessings flow,
Hymn 519 COME, and let us sweetly join
Hymn 520 COME, thou high and lofty Lord!
Hymn 521 LET us join, ('tis God commands)
Hymn 522 PARTNERS of a glorious hope,
Hymn 523 O THOU, our Husband, Brother, Friend,
Hymn 524 OUR friendship sanctify and guide:
Hymn 525 JESU, thou great redeeming Lord,
Hymn 526 EXCEPT the Lord conduct the plan,
Hymn 527 COME, wisdom, power, and grace divine,
Hymn 528 O SAVIOUR, cast a gracious smile!
Hymn 529 HOLY Lamb, who thee confess,
Hymn 530 COME, thou all-inspiring Spirit,
Hymn 531 CHRIST, whose glory fills the skies, That
Hymn 532 COME, let us use the grace divine,
Hymn 533 LORD, we thy will obey,
Hymn 534 BLEST be the dear uniting love,
Hymn 535 AND let our bodies part,
Hymn 536 JESUS, accept the praise
Hymn 537 GOD of all consolation, take
Hymn 538 JESUS, soft, harmonious name,
Hymn 539 LIFT up your hearts to things above,
Hymn 540 HOW blest is he who ne'er consents
Hymn 541 HOW are the Gentiles all on fire!
Hymn 542 THOU, Lord, art a shield for me,
Hymn 543 ON thee, O God of purity,
Hymn 544 O LORD, how good, how great art thou,
Hymn 545 THEE will I praise with all my heart,
Hymn 546 O GOD, the help of all thy saints,
Hymn 547 HOW long wilt thou forget me, Lord?
Hymn 548 O LORD, thy faithful servant save,
Hymn 549 SAVE me, O God; for thou alone
Hymn 550 O THAT I could, in every place,
Hymn 551 O GOD my strength and fortitude
Hymn 552 THE spacious firmament on high,
Hymn 553 THE heavens declare thy glory, Lord,
Hymn 554 JESUS the good Shepherd is;
Hymn 555 MY Shepherd will supply my need,
Hymn 556 THE Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want,
Hymn 557 THE earth with all her fulness own
Hymn 558 ONE thing with all my soul's desire
Hymn 559 I PRAISE thee, Lord, who o'er my foes
Hymn 560 My spirit on thy care,
Hymn 561 BLEST is the man, supremely blest,
Hymn 562 THROUGH all the changing scenes of life,
Hymn 563 HIGH in the heavens, eternal God,
Hymn 564 ALMIGHTY Maker of my frame,
Hymn 565 LORD, let me know mine end,
Hymn 566 DAY after day I sought the Lord,
Hymn 567 As pants the hart for cooling streams,
Hymn 568 MY heart is full of Christ, and longs
Hymn 569 GOD is the refuge of his saints,
Hymn 570 GOD, our Hope and Strength abiding,
Hymn 571 CLAP your hands, ye people all,
Hymn 572 GREAT is our redeeming Lord,
Hymn 573 GREAT is the Lord our God,
Hymn 574 SHOW pity, Lord; O Lord, forgive;
Hymn 575 THROUGH God I will his word proclaim,
Hymn 576 MY heart is fixed, O God, my heart
Hymn 577 GREAT God, indulge my humble claim,
Hymn 578 FULL of providential love,
Hymn 579 O THOU God who hearest prayer,
Hymn 580 EARTH, with all thy thousand voices,
Hymn 581 TO bless thy chosen race,
Hymn 582 GOD of mercy, God of grace,
Hymn 583 JESUS, Jehovah, God,
Hymn 584 GOD of my childhood and my youth,
Hymn 585 GREAT God, whose universal sway
Hymn 586 HAIL to the Lord's Anointed;
Hymn 587 IN time of tribulation
Hymn 588 O LORD, how long shall heathens hold
Hymn 589 OF old, O God, thine own right hand
Hymn 590 How lovely are thy tents, O Lord!
Hymn 591 LORD of the worlds above!
Hymn 592 HOW pleasant, how divinely fair,
Hymn 593 PLEASANT are thy courts above,
Hymn 594 GLORIOUS things of thee are spoken,
Hymn 595 BY the holy hills surrounded,
Hymn 596 HEAVY on me, O Lord, thy judgments lie:
Hymn 597 CALL Jehovah thy salvation,
Hymn 598 THOU who art enthroned above,
Hymn 599 SWEET is the work, my God, my King,
Hymn 600 WITH glory clad, with strength arrayed,
Hymn 601 JEHOVAH reigns on high
Hymn 602 O Lord, with vengeance clad
Hymn 603 COME, sound his praise abroad,
Hymn 604 RAISE the psalm: let earth adoring,
Hymn 605 SING we to our conquering Lord
Hymn 606 GOD the Lord is King; before him
Hymn 607 ALL people that on earth do dwell,
Hymn 608 BEFORE Jehovah's awful throne,
Hymn 609 MERCY and judgement will I sing,
Hymn 610 O BLESS the Lord, my soul!
Hymn 611 O WORSHIP the King, All glorious above;
Hymn 612 O RENDER thanks to God above,
Hymn 613 THE Lord unto my Lord thus said,
Hymn 614 O THOU who, when I did complain,
Hymn 615 FROM all that dwell below the skies
Hymn 616 ALL glory to our gracious Lord!
Hymn 617 BEHOLD the sure foundation-stone
Hymn 618 TO the hills I lift mine eyes,
Hymn 619 GLAD was my heart to hear
Hymn 620 UNTO thee I lift my eyes,
Hymn 621 IF our God had not befriended,
Hymn 622 WHO in the Lord confide,
Hymn 623 WHEN our redeeming Lord
Hymn 624 IN vain we build, unless the Lord
Hymn 625 OUT of the depth of self-despair,
Hymn 626 OUT of the depths I cry to thee,
Hymn 627 THOU, Lord, my witness art
Hymn 628 LORD, if thou the grace impart,
Hymn 629 REMEMBER, Lord, the pious zeal
Hymn 630 BEHOLD, how good a thing
Hymn 631 PRAISE, O praise our God and king!
Hymn 632 IN all my vast concerns with thee,
Hymn 633 WHITHER shall a creature run,
Hymn 634 IN deep distress, to God
Hymn 635 HEAR thou my prayer, O Lord,
Hymn 636 FAR as creation's bounds extend,
Hymn 637 SWEET is the memory of thy grace,
Hymn 638 MY soul, inspired with sacred love,
Hymn 639 YOU, who dwell above the skies,
Hymn 640 PRAISE the Lord! ye heavens, adore him,
Hymn 641 PRAISE the Lord! who reigns above,
Hymn 642 HAIL, Father, whose creating call
Hymn 643 HAIL, co-essential Three,
Hymn 644 We give immortal praise
Hymn 645 FATHER, live, by all things feared;
Hymn 646 HOLY, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!
Hymn 647 INFINITE God, to thee we raise
Hymn 648 MESSIAH, joy of every heart,
Hymn 649 SAVIOUR, we now rejoice in hope,
Hymn 650 THE Lord Jehovah reigns,
Hymn 651 GOD is a name my soul adores,
Hymn 652 GOD, at thy command we rise
Hymn 653 FATHER of earth and sky,
Hymn 654 BEING of beings, God of love!
Hymn 655 ETERNAL depth of love divine,
Hymn 656 GREAT God of wonders! all thy ways
Hymn 657 WHEN all thy mercies, O my God,
Hymn 658 GOD of my life, through all my days
Hymn 659 BEGIN, my soul, some heavenly theme;
Hymn 660 THIS, this is the God we adore,
Hymn 661 FAR off we need not rove
Hymn 662 THERE is a book who runs may read,
Hymn 663 THE strain upraise of joy and praise, Alleluia.
Hymn 664 O GOD of Bethel, by whose hand
Hymn 665 HAIL, God the Son, in glory crowned,
Hymn 666 O GOD of GOD, in whom combine
Hymn 667 ERE God had built the mountains,
Hymn 668 JESUS, the infinite I AM,
Hymn 669 HIS name is Jesus Christ the Just,
Hymn 670 JEHOVAH'S Fellow, and his Son,
Hymn 671 THOU art the Way; by thee alone
Hymn 672 CHRIST, of all my hopes the ground,
Hymn 673 WE know, by faith we surely know,
Hymn 674 JESUS, the first and last,
Hymn 675 JOIN all the glorious names
Hymn 676 CHRIST, the true anointed seer,
Hymn 677 JESUS, thou everlasting King,
Hymn 678 COME, let us join our cheerful songs
Hymn 679 HOW sweet the name of Jesus sounds
Hymn 680 JESU, the very thought of thee
Hymn 681 ALL hail the power of Jesu's name;
Hymn 682 THOU great Redeemer, dying Lamb,
Hymn 683 HARK the herald-angels sing
Hymn 684 GLORY be to God on high, And
Hymn 685 LET earth and heaven combine,
Hymn 686 STUPENDOUS height of heavenly love,
Hymn 687 LIGHT of those whose dreary dwelling
Hymn 688 COME, thou long-expected Jesus,
Hymn 689 To us a child of royal birth,
Hymn 690 O COME, O come, Immanuel,
Hymn 691 CHRISTIANS, awake, salute the happy morn
Hymn 692 O SAVIOUR, whom this holy morn
Hymn 693 JESUS, thee thy works proclaim
Hymn 694 LORD we sit and cry to thee,
Hymn 695 WHAT means this eager, anxious throng,
Hymn 696 HELP us, Lord! each hour of need
Hymn 697 THE winds were howling o'er the deep,
Hymn 698 LORD! it is good for us to be
Hymn 699 PLUNGED in a gulf of dark despair
Hymn 700 WHEN I survey the wondrous cross
Hymn 701 GOD of unexampled grace,
Hymn 702 O THOU, whose offering on the tree
Hymn 703 NOT all the blood of beasts
Hymn 704 THOU very Paschal Lamb,
Hymn 705 THIS, this is he that came
Hymn 706 'TIS finished! The Messias dies,
Hymn 707 ALL ye that pass by,
Hymn 708 O THOU eternal Victim, slain
Hymn 709 ROCK of ages, cleft for me,
Hymn 710 SAVIOUR, when in dust to thee
Hymn 711 WHEN our heads are bowed with woe,
Hymn 712 HE dies! the friend of sinners dies!
Hymn 713 l YE humble souls, that seek the Lord,
Hymn 714 IN the bonds of death he lay,
Hymn 715 THE foe behind, the deep before,
Hymn 716 "CHRIST, the Lord, is risen to-day,"
Hymn 717 FATHER, God, we glorify
Hymn 718 HAIL the day that sees him rise,
Hymn 719 GOD is gone up on high,
Hymn 720 SEE the Conqueror mounts in triumph,
Hymn 721 SINNERS, rejoice: your peace is made;
Hymn 722 HAIL, thou once despised Jesus!
Hymn 723 JESUS, to thee we fly,
Hymn 724 TRUSTING in our Lord alone,
Hymn 725 WITH joy we meditate the grace
Hymn 726 ENTERED the holy place above,
Hymn 727 JESU, my God and King,
Hymn 728 EARTH, rejoice, our Lord is King!
Hymn 729 REJOICE, the Lord is King!
Hymn 730 SAVIOUR, whom our hearts adore,
Hymn 731 MY heart and voice I raise,
Hymn 732 SAVIOUR, we know thou art
Hymn 733 LORD of hosts, our God and Lord,
Hymn 734 LORD, if at thy command
Hymn 735 THY messengers make known
Hymn 736 OMNIPOTENT Redeemer,
Hymn 737 THOU, Jesu, art our King,
Hymn 738 BLOW ye the trumpet, blow,
Hymn 739 SOW in the morn thy seed,
Hymn 740 BEHOLD! the mountain of the Lord
Hymn 741 HOW beauteous are their feet
Hymn 742 SALVATION! O the joyful sound!
Hymn 743 SAVIOUR, sprinkle many nations,
Hymn 744 JESU, thy wandering sheep behold!
Hymn 745 LORD of the harvest, hear
Hymn 746 THE heathen perish; day by day,
Hymn 747 FROM Greenland's icy mountains,
Hymn 748 COME, thou Conqueror of the nations,
Hymn 749 HEAD of thy church, whose Spirit fills
Hymn 750 HAIL, Holy Ghost, Jehovah, Third
Hymn 751 COME, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire,
Hymn 752 CREATOR Spirit, by whose aid
Hymn 753 HOLY Ghost! my Comforter!
Hymn 754 JESUS, we on the word depend,
Hymn 755 FATHER, glorify thy Son;
Hymn 756 BRANCH of Jesse's stem, arise,
Hymn 757 THOU art gone up on high
Hymn 758 GRANTED is the Saviour's prayer,
Hymn 759 OUR Jesus is gone up on high,
Hymn 760 AWAY with our fears,
Hymn 761 SINNERS, lift vp your hearts,
Hymn 762 ETERNAL Spirit, come
Hymn 763 COME, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove,
Hymn 764 SOVEREIGN of all the worlds on high,
Hymn 765 WHY should the children of a king
Hymn 766 PURE baptismal Fire divine,
Hymn 767 SPIRIT of truth! on this thy day
Hymn 768 HOLY Spirit! pity me,
Hymn 769 GRACIOUS Spirit, dwell with me!
Hymn 770 BLEST Spirit! from the eternal Sire
Hymn 771 SPIRIT divine I attend our prayers,
Hymn 772 O THOU who hast redeemed of old,
Hymn 773 REGARDLESS now of things below,
Hymn 774 O THOU that hangedst on the tree,
Hymn 775 BY secret influence from above,
Hymn 776 THE harvest of my joys is passed,
Hymn 777 AH! why am I left to complain
Hymn 778 THOU bidd'st me ask, and with the word
Hymn 779 UNCLEAN, of life and heart unclean,
Hymn 780 LORD, I believe thou wilt forgive,
Hymn 781 LONG have I lived in grief and pain,
Hymn 782 WHY should I till to-morrow stay
Hymn 783 TO-DAY, while it is called to-day,
Hymn 784 FATHER, I stretch my hands to thee,
Hymn 785 O SUN of righteousness, arise,
Hymn 786 HOW sad our state by nature is!
Hymn 787 O FOR a closer walk with God,
Hymn 788 INFINITE Power, eternal Lord,
Hymn 789 LONG have I sat beneath the sound
Hymn 790 LORD, I hear of showers of blessing
Hymn 791 COME, ye sinners, poor and wretched,
Hymn 792 RETURN, O wanderer, to thy home!
Hymn 793 ART thou weary, art thou languid,
Hymn 794 WEARY of earth and laden with my sin,
Hymn 795 WITH broken heart and contrite sigh,
Hymn 796 JUST as I am, without one plea,
Hymn 797 O LORD, turn not thy face away
Hymn 798 THERE is a fountain filled with blood
Hymn 799 O BLESSED, blessed sounds of grace
Hymn 800 THE God of Abraham praise,
Hymn 801 WHOM Jesu's blood doth sanctify
Hymn 802 AWAKE, our souls! away, our fears!
Hymn 803 AWAY, my unbelieving fear!
Hymn 804 SOMETIMES a light surprises
Hymn 805 AUTHOR of faith, on me confer
Hymn 806 THOUGH God in Christ reveal
Hymn 807 HOW happy are they
Hymn 808 O GOD of all grace,
Hymn 809 VAIN, delusive world, adieu,
Hymn 810 I KNOW in whom I have believed,
Hymn 811 I'M not ashamed to own my Lord,
Hymn 812 JESUS, we steadfastly believe
Hymn 813 LORD, I believe thy mercy's power,
Hymn 814 TO God, the only wise,
Hymn 815 O JESUS, full of truth and grace,
Hymn 816 THAT health of soul I gasp to know
Hymn 817 BLESSED are the pure in heart,
Hymn 818 FROM trials unexempted
Hymn 819 LEAD me not into temptation,
Hymn 820 VOUCHSAFE to keep me, Lord, this day
Hymn 821 O GOD, who dost thy sovereign might
Hymn 822 LORD, who hast taught to us on earth
Hymn 823 PRAYER is the soul's sincere desire,
Hymn 824 COME, my soul, thy suit prepare,
Hymn 825 FROM every stormy wind that blows,
Hymn 826 GRANT, O Saviour, to our prayers,
Hymn 827 A WIDOW, poor, forlorn, oppressed,
Hymn 828 MASTER, thy grace vouchsafe to me,
Hymn 829 CHRISTIAN! seek not yet repose,
Hymn 830 FORGIVE my foes? it cannot be:
Hymn 831 COMMIT thou all thy griefs
Hymn 832 AWAY, my needless fears,
Hymn 833 UNPROFITABLE all and vain,
Hymn 834 I SEEK the kingdom first,
Hymn 835 THE past no longer in my power;
Hymn 836 FEEBLE in body and in mind,
Hymn 837 THY way, not mine, O Lord,
Hymn 838 THOU doest all things well,
Hymn 839 GUIDE me, O thou great Jehovah,
Hymn 840 IN every time and place
Hymn 841 MY God, and Father! while I stray
Hymn 842 FATHER, I know that all my life
Hymn 843 FATHER, whate'er of earthly bliss
Hymn 844 IT is the Lord! enthroned in light,
Hymn 845 GOD moves in a mysterious way,
Hymn 846 SINCE all the downward tracks of time
Hymn 847 OFT in danger, oft in woe,
Hymn 848 NEARER, my God, to thee!
Hymn 849 WHEN gathering clouds around I view,
Hymn 850 THOU knowest, Lord, the weariness and sorrow
Hymn 851 I WILL not let thee go, thou Help in time of need!
Hymn 852 AUTHOR of faith, appear!
Hymn 853 HEAD of thy church triumphant,
Hymn 854 THE name we still acknowledge
Hymn 855 SAFE in the fiery furnace,
Hymn 856 A SAFE stronghold our God is still,
Hymn 857 GO labour on; spend, and be spent,
Hymn 858 THEIR earthly task who fail to do,
Hymn 859 YE servants of God, Your Master proclaim,
Hymn 860 WHO Jesus our example know,
Hymn 861 IF but one faithless soul be here,
Hymn 862 TWO or three in Jesu's name,
Hymn 863 BEHOLD us, Lord, a little space
Hymn 864 JESUS, where'er thy people meet,
Hymn 865 LORD, teach us how to pray aright,
Hymn 866 COME, thou fount of every blessing,
Hymn 867 WHO can describe the joys that rise
Hymn 868 THE Saviour, when to heaven he rose,
Hymn 869 DISPOSER Supreme, And Judge of the earth,
Hymn 870 THOU whose Almighty Word
Hymn 871 TEACHER of hearts, 'tis thine alone
Hymn 872 JESUS, thy servants bless,
Hymn 873 BOLD in our Almighty Lord,
Hymn 874 NOT from a stock of ours but thine,
Hymn 875 JESUS, the needy sinner's friend,
Hymn 876 WHEN thou hast disposed a heart
Hymn 877 THE holy unconcern
Hymn 878 SPEED thy servants, Saviour, speed them,
Hymn 879 LET everlasting glories crown
Hymn 880 FATHER of mercies, in thy word
Hymn 881 JESUS, descended from the sky,
Hymn 882 O HOW blest the hour, Lord Jesus,
Hymn 883 JESUS I humbly seek,
Hymn 884 TO me, almighty Saviour, give
Hymn 885 COME, divine Interpreter,
Hymn 886 LORD, with open heart and ear,
Hymn 887 SAVIOUR, I still to thee apply,
Hymn 888 HOW large the promise, how divine,
Hymn 889 SEE Israel's gentle Shepherd stand
Hymn 890 LORD of all, with pure intent,
Hymn 891 O CRUCIFIED, triumphant Lord!
Hymn 892 FATHER, our child we place
Hymn 893 JESUS, in earth and heaven the same,
Hymn 894 THE great redeeming, Angel, thee,
Hymn 895 JESUS, Lord, thy servants see,
Hymn 896 GOD of that glorious gift of grace
Hymn 897 COME, all who truly bear
Hymn 898 LET all who truly bear
Hymn 899 COME, thou everlasting Spirit,
Hymn 900 LAMB of God, whose bleeding love
Hymn 901 JESU, at whose supreme command
Hymn 902 VICTIM Divine, thy grace we claim,
Hymn 903 "THE promise of my Father's love
Hymn 904 BREAD of heaven! on thee I feed,
Hymn 905 JESUS, Master of the feast,
Hymn 906 BREAD of the world, in mercy broken!
Hymn 907 IN memory of the Saviour's love,
Hymn 908 BE known to us in breaking bread,
Hymn 909 O GOD! how often hath thine ear
Hymn 910 GOD of truth and power and grace,
Hymn 911 O HOW shall a sinner perform
Hymn 912 O HAPPY day that fixed my choice
Hymn 913 TREMENDOUS God, with humble fear,
Hymn 914 FATHER, Lord of earth and heaven,
Hymn 915 O THOU faithful God of love,
Hymn 916 JESU, thou hast to hoary hairs
Hymn 917 JUSTLY thou might'st, in helpless age,
Hymn 918 IN age and feebleness extreme,
Hymn 919 WARNED of my dissolution near,
Hymn 920 LORD, it belongs not to my care
Hymn 921 DEATHLESS principle, arise!
Hymn 922 HAPPY soul, thy days are ended,
Hymn 923 MINE hour appointed is at hand,
Hymn 924 THE hour of my departure's come,
Hymn 925 HAPPY who in Jesus live;
Hymn 926 THE saints who die of Christ possest
Hymn 927 I CALL, the world's Redeemer mine;
Hymn 928 I KNOW that my Redeemer lives, He
Hymn 929 WHY do we mourn departing friends,
Hymn 930 AND must this body die?
Hymn 931 My life's a shade, my days
Hymn 932 Great God! what do I see and hear!
Hymn 933 Day of wrath! O day of mourning!
Hymn 934 THE day of wrath, that dreadful day,
Hymn 935 THIS is the field, the world below,
Hymn 936 LIFT your heads, ye friends of Jesus,
Hymn 937 COME, Desire of nations, come!
Hymn 938 THERE is a land of pure delight,
Hymn 939 JERUSALEM, my happy home!
Hymn 940 GIVE me the wings of faith to rise
Hymn 941 WHERE shall true believers go,
Hymn 942 SWEET place; sweet place alone!
Hymn 943 BRIEF life is here our portion,
Hymn 944 "FOR ever with the Lord!"
Hymn 945 O GOD, to whom the faithful dead
Hymn 946 O WHEN shall we sweetly remove,
Hymn 947 HOW happy every child of grace,
Hymn 948 AND let this feeble body fail,
Hymn 949 COME, let us join our friends above
Hymn 950 THE Lord of Sabbath let us praise
Hymn 951
Hymn 952 SAVIOUR, thy sacred day
Hymn 953 COME, let us with our Lord arise,
Hymn 954 COME let us join with one accord
Hymn 955 GREAT God, this sacred day of thine
Hymn 956 WELCOME, sweet day of rest,
Hymn 957 SWEET is the sunlight after rain,
Hymn 958 O DAY of rest and gladness,
Hymn 959 LORD of the Sabbath, hear our vows,
Hymn 960 MAY I throughout this day of thine
Hymn 961 WE rose to-day with anthems sweet,
Hymn 962 SAVIOUR, again to thy dear name we raise
Hymn 963 CHRIST, whose glory fills the skies, Christ
Hymn 964 AWAKE, my soul, and with the sun
Hymn 965 O TIMELY happy, timely wise,
Hymn 966 ONCE more the sun is beaming bright,
Hymn 967 O LORD, who by thy presence hast made light
Hymn 968 THE day is past and over;
Hymn 969 AT even, ere the sun was set,
Hymn 970 THROUGH the day thy love hath spared us;
Hymn 971 GOD the Father! be thou near,
Hymn 972 ABIDE with me! fast falls the eventide;
Hymn 973 SUN of my soul! thou Saviour dear,
Hymn 974 GLORY to thee, my God, this night,
Hymn 975 SAFELY through another week
Hymn 976 JOIN, all ye ransomed sons of grace,
Hymn 977 HOW many pass the guilty night
Hymn 978 ETERNAL source of every joy,
Hymn 979 SING to the great Jehovah's praise!
Hymn 980 Wisdom ascribe, and might, and praise,
Hymn 981 The Lord of earth and sky,
Hymn 982 LET me alone another year
Hymn 983 YE worms of earth arise,
Hymn 984 A FEW more years shall roll,
Hymn 985 LORD, thou hast bid thy people pray
Hymn 986 IN grief and fear, to thee, O Lord,
Hymn 987 COME, ye thankful people, come,
Hymn 988 WE plough the fields, and scatter
Hymn 989 THOU, who hast in Zion laid
Hymn 990 IN the name which earth and heaven
Hymn 991 On him alone we build;
Hymn 992 O LORD of hosts, whose glory fills
Hymn 993 THIS stone to thee in faith we lay;
Hymn 994 GREAT God, thy watchful care we bless,
Hymn 995 SAVIOUR, let thy sanction rest
Hymn 996 THE voice that breathed o'er Eden!
Hymn 997 FATHER of all, thy care we bless,
Hymn 998 THOU, Lord, hast blest my going out
Hymn 999 LORD, whom winds and seas obey,
Hymn 1000 LORD of earth, and air, and sea,
Hymn 1001 LORD of the wide, extensive main,
Hymn 1002 HOW are thy servants blest, O Lord!
Hymn 1003 WHILE lone upon the furious waves,
Hymn 1004 ETERNAL Father! strong to save,
Hymn 1005 THE grace of Jesus Christ the Son
Hymn 1006 MAY the grace of Christ our Saviour,
Hymn 1007 LORD, dismiss us with thy blessing, Bid
Hymn 1008 LORD, dismiss us with thy blessing, Fill
Hymn 1009 COME then, our heavenly Adam, come,
Hymn 1010 THIS day with this day's bread
Hymn 1011 FATHER of earth and heaven,
Hymn 1012 LORD of all, thy creatures see
Hymn 1013 FATHER of all, Who fillest with good
Hymn 1014 LIFE of the world, come down
Hymn 1015 JESUS, to whom alone we live,
Hymn 1016 O'ERWHELMED with blessings from above,
Hymn 1017 FATHER, 'tis thine each day to yield
Hymn 1018 FOR my life, and clothes, and food,
Hymn 1019 MEET and right it is to praise
Hymn 1020 BEING of beings, God of love!
Hymn 1021 GIVE Him then, and ever give,
Hymn 1022 FATHER, through thy Son receive
Hymn 1023 BLESSING to God, for ever blest,
Hymn 1024 BE known to us in breaking bread,
Hymn 1025 AND can we forbear, In tasting our food,
Hymn 1026 AWAY with all our trouble
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