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, earth adored,

May every heart with rapture say,

HYMN 51. « The Saviour died for me."

Thine Eyes shall see the King in his Beaty. 6 O may the sweet, the blissful theme

Isaiah xxxiii. 17. fill every heart and tongue;

SH Till strangers love thy charming name,

HOULD nature's charms, to please the ere,

in sweet assemblage join, and join the sacred song.

All nature's charis would droop and die,
HYMN 48.

Jesus, compared with thine.
Communion with Christ.

2 Vain were her fairest beams display'd,

and vain her blooming store; ro Jesus, our exalted Lord,

Her brightness languishes to shade,

her beauty is no more. Fain would our hearts and voices raise A cheerful song of sacred praise.

3 But ah, how far from mortal sight

the Lord of glory dwells ! 2 But all the notes which mortals know,

A veil of interposing night Are weak, and languishing, and low;

his radiant face conceals. Far, far above our humble songs, The theme demands immortal tongues.

14 O could my longing spirit rise 3 Yet whilst around his board we meet,

on strong immortal wing,

And reach thy palace in the skies, And worship at his sacred feet;

my Saviour and my King! O let our warm affections move, In glad returns of grateful love.

5 There thousands worship at thy feet

and there (divine employ!) 4 Yes, Lord, we love, and we adore,

The triumphs of thy love repeat,
But long to know and love thee more;
And whilst we taste the bread and wine,

in songs of endless joy. Desire to feed on joys divine.

16 Thy presence beams eternal day

o'er all the blissful place; 6 Let faith our feeble senses aid,

Who would not drop this load of clay, To see thy wondrous love display'd;

and die, to see thy face? Thy broken flesh, thy bleeding veins, Thy dreadful agonizing pains.

HYMN 52. 6 Let humble penitential wo,

The Excellency and Sufficiency of the Scriptures. With painful,pleasing anguish flow;

ATHER of mercies ! in thy word And thy forgiving love impart,

what endless glory shines ! Life, hope and joy to every heart.

For ever be thy name adored
HYMN 49.

for these celestial lines.
The Lord's Day.

2 Here may the wretched sons of want

exhaustless riches find; WELCOME, sweet day of rest, Riches above what earth can grant,


and lasting as the mind. Welcome to this reviving breast,

3 Here the fair tree of knowledge grows, and these rejoicing eyes.

and yields a free repast, 2 The King himself comes near

Sublimer sweets than nature knows to feast bis saints to-day;

invite the longing taste. Here we may sit, and see him here,

4 Here the Redeemer's welcome voice and love, and praise, and pray.

spreads heavenly peace around; 3 One day amidst the place

And life and everlasting joys where Jesus is within,

attend the blissful sound. Is better than ten thousand days

5 O may these heavenly pages be of pleasure and of sin.

my ever dear delight; 4 My willing soul would stay

And still new beauties may I see, in such a frame as this,

and still increasing light. Till it is call'd to soar away

6 Divine Instructor, gracious Lord, to everlasting bliss.

be thou for ever near ; HYMN 50.

Teach me to love thy sacred word,

and view my Saviour there. Preparations for religious Worship.

HYMN 53. PAR from my thoughts, vain world, be gone, The Seasons crowned with Goodness. Psalm lxv. U. From Alesh and sense I would be free, ETERN AL Sourceraie ver og er

Well may thy praise our lips employ, And hold communion, Lord, with thee. While in thy temple we appear, 2 My heart grows warm with holy fire,

To hail thee sovereign of the year. And kindles with a pure desire,

2 Wide as the wheels of nature roll, To see thy grace, to taste thy love,

Thy hand supports and guides the whole : And feel thine influence from above.

The sun is taught by thee to rise, 3 When I can say that God is mine,

And darkness when to veil the skies. When I can see thy glories shine,

3 The flowery spring at thy command, I tread the world beneath my feet,

Perfumes the air, and paints the land ; And all that men call rich and great.

The summer rays with vigour shine 4 Send comfort down from thy right hand,

To raise the corn and cheer the vine. To cheer me in this barren land;

4 Thy hand in autumn richly, pours And in thy temple let me know

Through all our coast redundant stores; "The joys that from thy presence flow. And winters, soften'd by thy care,

No more the face of horror wear.


5 Seasons, and months, and weeks, and days 8 Still the orphan and the stranger, Demand successive songs of praise ;

still the widow owns thy care, And be the grateful homage paid,

Screen'd by thee in every danger, With morning light and evening shade.

heard by thee in every prayer. 6 Here in thy house let incense rise,

Hallelujah. Amen. And circling sabbaths bless our eyes,

HYMN 56. Till to those lofty heights we soar,

At the Ordination or Institution of a Minister. Where days and years revolve no more.

FATHER of mercies! in thy house
HYMN 54.

We pay our homage and our vows;
A Funeral Thought.

Whilst with a grateful heart we share ARK! from the tombs, a mournful sound, These pledges of our Saviour's care. my ears attend the cry;

2 The Saviour, when to heaven he rose, “ Ye living men, come view the ground In splendid triumph o'er bis foes, “ where you must shortly lie.

Scatter'd his gifts on men below, 2“ Princes, this clay must be your bed,

And wide his royal bounties flow. " in spite of all your towers !

3 Hence sprang the Apostle's honour'd name, « The tall, the wise, the reverend bead Sacred beyond heroic fame; “ must lie as low as ours."

Hence dictates the prophetic sage, 3 Great God! is this our certain doom?

And hence the evangelic page. and are we still secure ?

4 In lower forms, to bless our eyes, Still walking downward to the tomb;

Pastors from hence and Teachers rise ; and yet prepare no more?

Who, though with feebler rays they shine, 4 Grant us the power of quickening grace,

Still mark a long extended líne. to fit our souls to Ay;

6 From Christ their varied gifts derive, Then, when we drop this dying flesh, And, fed by him, their graces live; we'll rise above the sky.

Whilst, guarded by his potent hand,
HYMN 65.

Amidst the rage of hell they stand.
A Charity Hymn.

6 So shall the bright succession run, ORD of life, all praise excelling,

Through all the courses of the sun ;

Whilst unborn churches, by their care, Deign'st to make thy humble dwelling

Shall rise and flourish large and fair. with the poor of humble mind.

7 Jesus our Lord, their hearts shall know 2 As thy love, through all creation,

The spring whence all these blessings flow; beams like thy diffusive light;

Pastors and people shout his praise, So the scorn'd and humble station

Through the long round of endless days. shrinks before thine equal sight.

HYMN 57. 3 Thus thy care, for all providing,

Prayer for Ministers. * warm'd thy faithful prophet's tongue;

ATHER of mercies! bow thine ear, Who, the lot of all deciding, to thy chosen Israel sung:

We plead for those who plead for thee, 4 When thine harvest yields thee pleasure

Successful pleaders may they be! thou the golden sheaf shalt bind;

2 How great their work, how vast their charge! To the poor belongs the treasure

Do thou their ansious souls enlarge; of the scatter'd ears behind.

Their best acquirements are our gain,

We share the blessings they obtain.
These thy God ordains to bless

3 Clothe, then, with energy divine
The widow and the fatherless.

Their words, and let those words be thine ; 6 When thine olive plants increasing,

To them thy sacred truth reveal, pour their plenty o'er thy plain,

Suppress their fear, infame their zeal. Grateful thou shall take the blessing, 4 Teach them to sow the precious seed, but not search the bow again.

Teach them thy chosen flock to feed; Chorus. These, &c. Teach them immortal souls to gain6 When thy favour'd vintage flowing,

Souls that will well reward their pain. gladdens ihy autumnal scene,

5 Let thronging multitudes around, Own the bounteous hand bestowing,

Hear from their lips the joyful sound; but thy vines the poor shall glean.

In humble strains thy grace implore, Chorus. These, &c And feel thy new creating power. 7 Still we read thy word declaring

6 Let sinners break their massy chains, mercy, Lord, thine own decree;

Distressed souls forget their pains ; Mercy, every sorrow sharing,

Let light through distant realms be spread, warms the heart resembling thee.

And Zion rear her drooping head.

1 Whenever the Hymas are used at the celebration of divine service, a certain portion or portions of the Psalms

of David in metre shall also be sung.





Showing where to find cach Psalm or Hymn by its beginning.




315 339 351


348 350

332 356 356 344 345 342 307 308 317


359 368

GAINST all those that střive with me 320 My God, my God, why leav'st thou me
At length, by certain proofs, 'tis plain 337 My soul, inspired with sacred love
Behold, O God, how heathen hosts 341 My soul with grateful thoughts of love
Bless God, my soul; thou Lord, alone 352 No change of time shall ever shoek
Bless God, ye servants that attend 368 O all ye people, clap your hands
Defend me, Lord, from shame

318 O come, loud anthems let us sing Deliver me, O Lord, my God

331 of mercy's never-failing spring Do thou, O God, in mercy help

330 O God, who hast our troops dispersed
For ever bless'd be God the Lord 371 O God, my gracious God, to thee
For thee, O God, our constant praise 333 O God, my heart is fully bent
From lowest depths of woe

367 O God, whose former mercies make
From my youth up, may Israel say, 367 O God of hosts, the mighty Lord
Give ear, thou Judge of all the earth 329 O God, to whom revenge belongs
God in the great assembly stands 343 O Israel's Shepherd, Joseph's Guide
God is our refuge in distress

326 O Lord, thou art my righteous Judge
God's temple crowns the holy mount 345 O Lord, my God, since I have placed
Had not the Lord, may Israel say 366 O Lord, my rock, to thee I cry
Happy the man whose tender care 324 O Lord, our fathers oft bave told
Have mercy, Lord, on me

328 O Lord, to my relief draw near Hear, O my people, to my law

340 O Lord, the Saviour and defence
He's blest whose sins have pardon gain'd 319 O Lord, I am not proud of heart
He that has God his guardian made 347 On thee, who dwell'st above the skies
Hold not thy peace, O Lord our God 343 O praise the Lord, for he is good
How blest are they, who always keep 360 O praise the Lord, with one consent
How blest is he, who ne'er consents 307 Opraise the Lord, and thou, my soul
How good and pleasant must it be 347 O praise the Lord with hymns of joy
How long wilt thou forget me, Lord 311|0 praise ye the Lord
How many, Lord, of late are grown 307 O praise the Lord in that blest place
How vast must their advantage be 368 O render thanks, and bless the Lord
I'll celebrate thy praises, Lord

318 O render thanks to God above In deep distress I oft have cry'd

365 O 'twas a joyful sound to hear In Judah the Almighty's known

339 O thou, to whom all creatures bow In thee I put my steadfast trust

336 Praise ye the Lord; our God to praise In vain, o man of lawless might 828 Preserve me, Lord, from crafty foes I waited meekly for the Lord

323 Protect me from my cruel foes Jehovah reigns; let all the earth

349 Resolv'd to watch o'er all my ways Jehovah reigns, let therefore all

350 Save me, O God, from waves that roll
Judge me, O Lord, for I the paths 317 Since I have placed my trust in God
Just Judge of heaven, against my foes 325 Since godly men decay, O Lord
Let all the just to God, with joy

319 Sing to the Lord a new-made song
Let all the listening world attend 327 Sing to the Lord a new-made song
Let all the lands, with shouts of joy 333 Speak, O ye judges of the earth
Let David, Lord, a constant place 367 Sure wicked fools must needs suppose
Let God, the God of battle, rise

334 That man is blest who stands in awe
Lord, hear the voice of my complaint 308 Thee will I bless, my God and King
Lord, hear my cry, regard my prayer 332 The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
Lord, bear my prayer, and to my cry 371 The king, O Lord, with songs of praise
Lord, the voice of my complaint 332 The Lord hath spoke, the mighty God
Lord, let thy just decrees the king 336 The Lord himself, the mighty Lord
Lord, not to us, we claim no share 358 The Lord, the only God, is great
Lord, save me, for thy glorious name 329 The Lord to thy request attend
Lord, thou hast granted to thy land 344 The Lord unto my Lord thus spake
Lord, who's the happy man that may 311 The man is blest that fears the Lord
My crafty foe, with flattering art 321 The spacious earth is all the Lord's

379 373 374 374 355 354 366 309 357 370 311 323 335 310 310 349 349 330 311 358 372 313 314 327 316 326 314 357 367 316


Page. The wicked fools must sure suppose 329 To thee, my God and Saviour, I

345 Through all the changing scenes of life 320 To thee, o God, we render praise

338 Though wicked men grow rich or great 322 To thee, O Lord, my cries ascend

371 Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known 370 We build with fruitless cost, unless 367 Thy chastening wrath, O Lord, restrain 322 When I pour out my soul in prayer 350 Thy dreadful anger, Lord, restrain 308 When Israel, by the Almighty led

358 Thy mercy, Lord, to me extend

330 When Sion's God her sons recall'd 366 Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my song 345 When we, oʻir weary limbs to rest 369 Thy presence why withdraw'st thou, Lord 310 Who place on Sion's God their trust 366 To bless thy chosen race 334 While I the King's loud praise rehearse

325 To celebrate thy praise, O Lord 309 Whom should I fear, since God to me

317 To God, in whom I trust 316 Why hast thou cast us off, 0 God

338 To God I cry'd, who to my help

339 With cheerful notes let all the earth 359 To God, our never-failing strength 342 With glory clad, with strength array'd 348 To God your grateful voices raise 355 With my whole heart, my God and King 369 To God the mighty Lord

369 With restless and ungovern'd rage 307 To God, with mournful voice 371 With one consent let all the earth

350 To my complaint, O Lord my God 344 Ye boundless realms of joy

373 To my just plea and sad complaint 312 Ye princes, that in might excel

318 To Sion's hill I list my eyes

366 Ye saints and servants of the Lord 358




382 381 How long shall earth's alluring toys A LAS What hourly dangers rise All-glorious God, what hymns of praise 378 Life is the time to serve the Lord

382 And are we now brought near to God 376 Lord! for the just thou dost provide 378 Awake, my soul, and with the sun 383 Lord of life, all praise excelling,

385 Before Jehovah's awful throne 383 My God, and is thy table spread

376 Christ from the dead is raised, and made 375 My God, since thou hast raised me up 379 Come, Holy Ghost! Creator, come 375 Nów may the God of grace and power 378 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove 376 O that my load of sin were gone

381 Come, Lord, and warm each languid heart 382 O thou that hear’st when sinners cry 380 Come, we that love the Lord 382 Our Lord is risen from the dead

380 Eternal source of every joy 384 Salvation doth to God belong.

378 Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gone 384 Since Christ our Passover is slain

376 Father of mercies in thy word

384 Should nature's charms to please the eye 384 Father of mercies ! in thy house

385 The God of life, whose constant care 376 Father of mercies ! bow thine ear 385 The Lord my pasture shall prepare

378 From whence these direful omens round 375 The spacious firmament on high

377 God of the seas ! thine awful voice 378 Thou, God, all glory, honour, power 376 Go forth, ye heralds, in my name 379 To our Redeemer's glorious name 383 Go preach my gospel, saith the Lord 379 To Jesus, our exalted Lord Glory to thee, my God, this night 383 Welcome, sweet day of rest

384 Hark the glad sound, the Saviour comes 380 When all thy mercies, O my God

377 Hark! from the tombs a mournful sound 385 When dangers, woes, or death are nigh 378 Hear what the voice from beaven declares 379 When, rising from the bed of death 377 He's come! let every knee be bent 376 When we are raised from deep distress 379 He dies! the friend of sinners dies 380 When I can read my title clear

382 How beauteous are their feet

380 While angels thus, O Lord, rejoice 375 How oft, alas! this wretched heart 381 While shepherds watch'd theirflocks by night 375 How long, thou faithful God, shall I 381 Ye humble souls, approach your God 383 How helpless guilty nature lies




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To find Psalms suited to particular Subjects and Occasions.
ADORATION of God, psalms 8, 65, 95, 96 and Christ, his exallation in his human nature to his
145. (See Praise.)

Mediatorial Kingdom, psalm 2, verse 7 to the end,
of the second person in the Trinity, psalms 8,21, 72, 89, 110, 118 and 132.
psalm 47.

his glorification in his buman nature,
Advent, psalms proper for, 18, verse 8, &c. 50,

psalm 8.
89, 96, 97, 98, and 146, verse 6, &c.

his love to his Churck celebrated, psalm 45.
AFFLICTED, prayer of, psalms 13, 42, 94, 102, 119,

his love to his enemies, psalm 35, verse
verse 81, &c. and psalm 143.

11, &c.
comfort ol, psalm 119, verse 49, &c.

his glory and power, psalm 45, verse 2
complaint of, psalıns 42, 77, 102, 114, &c.
verse 81, &c. and psalm 143.

his kingdom among the Gentiles, psalms
psalm proper for, 119.

72, 87, 110 and 132.
AFFLICTIONS, benefits of, psalm 94, verses 12, 13,

a Priest and King, psalm 110.
and 14, psalm 119, verses 65, 66, 67, 68, 71, and

our strength and righteousness, psalm 71,

verses 14, 15 and 16.
deliverance from them celebrated,

his first and second coming, psalms 50,
psalms 34 and 107.

96, 97 and 98.
AGED Saint, prayer of, psalm 71, verses 17 and CHRISTMAS day, psalm 45, psalm 85, three last

verses, psalms 89, 110 and 132.
ALMS-GIVING, psalm 41, verses 1, 2 and 3, and Church, estublished by God, psalm 44.
psalm 112.

built on Jesus Christ, psalm 118, verse 226
ANGELS guard the righteous, psalm 34, verse 7, &e.
and psalm 91, verses 11 and 12.

gathered and seuled, psalm 132.
called on to praise the Lord, psalm 103, is beauty, worship and order, psalms 18
verses 19, 20, and 21.

and 122.
ASCENSION, psalms 24, 47, and 68, verse 18, &c.

the birth place of Saints, psalm

Ash WEDNESDAY, psalms proper for, 51 and 130.

sufely and joy in it, psalm 27, verse 4,
(See Penitential.)

&c. psalms 48 and 84
ASSISTANCE from God, psalms 138 and 144.

destruction of its enemies, psalm 76.
ATHEISM, practical, punishment denounced against,

Gentiles gathered into it, psalins 45 and
psalm 14.

-, prevalence of, lamented, psalms 10 and God defends it and fights for it, psalms

20, 46, 125 and 135.
ATTRIBUTES of God, psalm 36, verse 5, &c. psalms

Christ's love to it, psalm 45.
111, 145, 146 and 147.

God's presence in it, and delight in it,
BLESSING of God on temporal business and com psalms 34 and 132.
forts, psalm 127.

the garden of the Lord, psalın 92, verse
BLESSINGS of a family, psalm 128.

12, &c.
-, temporal, promised, psalm 144, verse 12 the spouse of Christ, psalm 45.
to the end.

- its increase, psalm 67.
promised to the righteous, psalms 1,32, in affliction, psalms 44, 80 and 89, verse
122 and 128.

38, &c.
Blood of Christ, cleansing from sin, prefigured by comforted, psalm 125.
the ceremonies of the law, psalm 51.

the honour and safety of a nation, psalm
BROTHERLY love, psalm 133.

CARE of God over his Saints, psalm 34.

- its festivals joyfully attended, psalm 122.
CHARITY lo the poor. (See Alms-giving.) Comfort and support in God, psalm 4, psalm 16,
CHARITABLE man, blessings promised to, psalm verse 5, &c. psalms 32, 34, 46 and 94, verse 12,
41, verses 1, 2 and 3.

CHILDREN, comforts of, psalm 127, verses 3, 4

and support in God from a view of his
and 5.

past mercies, psalm 77, verse 10, &c.
instructed in God's law, psalm 78, verse

and support in sadness, prayed for, psalms
6, &c. psalm 119, verse 9, &c.

102 and 142.
Christ, the true David, psalms 35 and 89. (See

of God's spirit prayed for,

psalms 42, 43 and 51.
covenant made with him typified by Da- COMMUNION of Saints, psalm 16, verses 4 and 5,
vid, psalm 89.

psalm 133.
divinity of, psalm 45, verse 6, &c. psalms COMPLAINT of absence from public worship, psalm
47 and 110.

his incarnation, psalm 40, verse 6, &c.

of sickness, psalm 6.
David in the persou of, describes his sor-

of temptation and spiritual affliction,
rows and the malice and persecution of his ene psalm 42.
mies, and prays for deliverance, psalms 22, 35, of the prevalence of impiety and wick-
41 and 55.

edness, psalms 10 and 12.
his death and sufferings set forth in the of quarrelsome neighbours, psalm 11.
person of David, psalms 22, 35, 40, 41, 55 and of heavy afflictions in mind and body,

psalms 102 and 143.
his resurrection predicted, psalm 2, psalm COMPASSION of God, psalms 103 and 145, verse 9
16, verse 9, &c. psalm 69, verse 29, &c. psalm to the end.
118, verse 22. &c.

CONFESSION of sin, repentance, and pardon, psalms
his ascension celebrated, psalms 24, 47, 32, 38, 51, 130 and 143.
! 68, &c.

CONFIRMATION, psalms proper for, 19, verse 7,


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