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INDEX TO THE HYMNS,

ARRANGED

ACCORDING

TO SUBJECTS.

N.B. The figures refer to the numbers of the hymns.

HOLY SCRIPTURES.-Revelation weleomed, 1: light
of the world, 2: suited to the wants of the world, 3,
4: deliverance from sin implored by means of, 5: de-

light in, 6: glory of God in his works and word, 7, 458.
BEING AND ATTRIBUTES OF GOD.-Existence

manifest from his works, 8: eternity of God, 9:
Creator, 10: almighty and omnipresent, 11, 12: om-
niscience and omnipresence, 13: Creator and Bene
factor, 14, 15: God is love, 16: faithfulness of, 17:
trusting and praising God,' 18: all praise due to, 19:
condescending grace of, 20: praised for protection, 21:
goodness and mercy of, celebrated, 22, 23: Trinity,
24: praise to, 25: invitation of, to sinners, 173: incom-
prehensibleness of God, 26: majesty and dominion of,
27: immutable perfections and glory of, 28: perfections

of, combined in his government, 29: holiness of, 30.
PROVIDENCE AND GOVERNMENT OF GOD.

Purposes of God developed in his providence, 31 :
mysteries of providence, 32: Jehovah the Shepherd
of his people, 33 : exhortation to praise, and submit
to him as a sovereign, 34: trust in, 35: praise to, 36 :
God visible in creation and providence, 37: divine in-
terposition acknowledged, 38: providence of God in

the seasons, 452: God the preserver of men, 452–462.
FALL AND NATURAL CHARACTER OF MAN.

Original and universal depravity, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46,
47, 75, 77, 125, 195, 196, 198, 201, 203: hope from the
gospel only, 39, 40: Christ a light in darkness, 41, 42,
43: death in trespasses and sins, 44:

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prayer for pardon and sanctification, 45, 47: grief for

the sins and miseries of men, 46.
GOSPEL.—God's purpose of mercy, 48, 49, 50 : procla-

mation of mercy, 51 : gospel hailed, 52: salvation by
grace, 53: the divine character manifested in, 54:

rejoicing in, 55.
CHRIST.-Nativity of, 55, 57: call to worship the

Saviour, 58, 59 : Christ welcomed, 60 : design of his
advent, 61 : deity, humiliation, and exaltation of, 62,
66: divine glory displayed in the character of, 63 : á
prophet, priest, and king, 64: peace and hope through
his intercession, 65, 66: miracles of, 67, 68: a pattern,
69, 70: death of, on the cross, 71, 72: atonement of,
the only ground of pardon, 73: sufficiency of his
atonement, 74, 170, 172: love of, 75, 95, 96: rock of
ages, 70: physician of the soul, 77: bread of life, 78:
sun of righteousness, 79, 80: light of the world, 81:
pearl of great price, 82: a refuge, 83: way, truth,
and life, 81, 85 : resurrection of, 85: the Lamb
enthroned and worshipped, 87: worthy the Lamb,
83, 105, 106: exalted to be a prince and Saviour, 89:
crowned Lord of all, 90: final triumph of, 91, 336,
358--33, 375–377: pity and condescension of, 21,
92: safe 'trusting in, 93, 94: redeeming love, 75, 95,
96: Christ dwelling in his people, 97, 27')-273: un-
changing love of, the safety of his people, 98: grateful
remembrance of, 9), 490 : godly sorrow in view of
the sufferings of, 100, 101: love os, celebrated, 102, 103,
194: thunkfuness and pruse to, 107, 114, 118, 119,
12): excellency and preciousness of, 108, 109, 111,
112, 49): supreme love to, 110, 499: indebtedness to,
113: not ashamed of, 115, 116, 260: ingratitude and
danger of rejecting, 117, 118: humility and joy be-
fore the cross of, 118, 119: in Gethsemane, 121: on
Calvary, 122: sinners exhorted to look to him as the
Lamb of God, 175: invitations of, to sinners, 160—
166 : sinners entreated by the mercies of, 169, 171.

HOLY SPIRIT.-Office of, to enlighten and renew,

123: indwelling influences of, 121: regeneration by,
125, 125, 127, 123: influences of, prayed for to renew
and sanctify, 127, 128, 129: to quicken, 130 : to guide,
131: to prepare for worship, 124, 132: to comfort, 134,
135, 136, 137, 138, 139: entreated not to depart, 140 :
prayer for the return of, 141, 142.

WARNINGS AND INVITATIONS OF THE GOS-

PEL.–Wretchedness of the wicked, 13, 143 : sinner's
hope perishing, 144, 236 : broad and narrow ways,
145, 146 : way of sin not the way to heaven, 147: no
escape from God's omnipresence, 13: danger of re-
jecting Christ, 148: prosperity no security, 236: one
thing needful, 149: sinners warned in view of ap-
proaching death and judgment, 418, 428, 437, 441–
447 : invited and threatened, 150, 154, 155 : justice
and mercy, 151: glad tidings, 152: a fountain set
open, 153: danger of delay, 156, 418: gospel trumpet,
157, 158, 159 : Christ's gracious invitation, 160, 161,
162, 163, 164, 165, 166 : sinners admonished to hear
God's voice, 167, 418: invited to the ark of safety,
168: entreated by the mercies of Christ, 169, 171 :
sufficiency of the atonement for, 170: free yrace, 172 :
free invitation to all, 173, 174, 221: gospel feast, 175:
the gospel gives peace and rest. 176: invitation to
living waters, 177: now the accepted time, 178, 179:
pardon and sanctification offered, 180: God is love,
16: God's gracious cal' to sinners, 181, 182, 183: sinners
urged to accept, 34, 184, 221 : expostulated with, 185,
185, 187 : warned by the destruction of Sodom, 189:
exhorted to immeriate repentance, 188, 190, 191, 221:
193 : admonished at the close of special privileges
calls, 194, 221 : invitations and warnings to youth,
404-412.

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CONVICTION AND CONFESSION.-Conviction by

the law, 195, 195, 203 : impenitence deplored, 197 :
confession, 43, 45, 47, 198, 232: the convicted simer
urged to subinit, 199: coldness and inconstancy la-
mented, 290, 222, 223, 224, 307: prayer for pardoning
mercy, 201, 215, 216, 217, 227, 228, 229, 230 : blessed.
ness of the penitent and pardoned, 4, 18, 33, 35, 202,
225 : ingratitude deplored, 207 : prayer for conviction
and pardon, 25: rest sought from the burden of sin,

218, 219: subdued by the cross, 227.
CHRISTIAN GRACES.-Hope of justification by the

law abandoned, 213, 214: broken heart, 294, 205 :
trusting in Christ for pardon, 296, 231, 235: ingratitude
deplored, 217 : indwelling sin lamented, 208, 209.
godly sorrow, 254–213, 227, 311, 312, 313: the peni-
tent surrendering, 210: repentance in view of Christ's
compassion, 211, 212, 213, 250, 312, 313 : coldness and

inconstancy lamented, 200, 222, 223, 224, 232, 301–
304, 307: pardon implored, 215—217, 226, 228, 229, 230,
231 : rest sought from the burden of sin, 218, 219,
254–256 : absence from God deprecated, 220 : return-
ing to Christ. 221, 222, 223, 224 : blessedness of pardon
and reconciliation, 4, 18, 33, 35, 292, 225: praise to
God the Saviour, 233 : folly of envying the prosperity
of sinners, 236, 213 : God the portion of the soul, 237
-239: true happiness to be found only in God, 240
-244, 420 : turning from the world to Christ, 241-
244 : filial submission, 245, 246, 253, 254: safety of
trusting in God, 247, 248: the gospel exemplified in
the conduct, 249, 251, 252: death to sin by the cross,
250 : living to Christ, 251: the vigilant servant, 252
God the author of mercies and afflictions, 253, 254:
faith prevailing in trouble, 255: contentment, 256
259: casting our cares on God, 257: resignation, 258:
humbly waiting on God, 259: bearing shame, 260 :
sincerity, 261 : self-abhorrence, 262: chiding ourselves
for spiritual sloth, 263, 418, 419: deliverance from sin
implored, 264–266, 285: prayer for quickening grace,
267–269, 309: longing for a closer walk with God,

269, 398: Christian temper prayed for, 403.
THE CHRISTIAN VIEWED IN VARIOUS RELA-

TIONS AND CIRCUMSTANCES.-Vital union to
Christ, 270—273 : resort to Christ for spiritual strength,
272 : living by faith on the Son of God, 273: love to
the saints, 274–280, 283: Christian fellowship, 274–
280, 283: excellence of Christian unanimity and love,
278: parting of Christians, 274–280, 417 : dedication
to God, 281, 381 ; joining the church, 282: all one in
Christ, 283: the heavenly race, 284: Christian war-
fare and victory, 285 : watchfulness and prayer incul-
cated, 286, 316, 418, 419: Christian courage and self-
denial, 237: succor implored in spiritual conflicts,
288, 292: hope of heaven by Christ, 289 : heavenly
joy on earth, 290, 291, 297: salvation anticipated, 427,
428: aid implored in temptation and distress, 288, 292,
387: life a pilgrimage, 293 : God the pilgrim's guide
and strength, 294, 401, 402: Christian's safety in God,
295, 308 : looking from earth to heaven, 296, 297, 448
---451: the heavenly Canaan, 297 : inourning over
departed comforts, 298–300 : backsliding and return-
ing, 301-304 : thanks for renewed pardon, 315 : de-
parture from Christ lamented, 200, 202, 222_224, 232,
301--304, 307 : returning and choosing God, 303, 304 :

restoration to God's favor implored, 305, 309: de-
spondency rebuked, 306, 400 : spiritual insensibility
deplored, 307: God a refuge in trouble, 308 : prayer for
spiritual quickening, 267–2.9, 309: citizen of Zion,
310: penitent view of Christ's sufferings, 311-313 :
privileges of adoption, 314: the Christian's peaceful

death, 430, 431, 433—436.
SABBATH AND WORSHIP.-Sabbath welcomed,

317: preparation for duties of, implored, 318, 323 :
prayer for a blessing on worship, 319–321, 325, 326 :
answer to prayer supplicated, 322 : prayer for sincerity
in worship, 323 : Christ ever present in his churches,
324: prayer for a blessing on preaching, 325, 326 :

delight in worship, 327.
DISMISSIONS.-328-332.
UNIVERSAL DIFFUSION OF THE GOSPEL.-State

and prospects of the heathen, 333, 334: prevalence of
Christianity promised, 335: Christ's progress to uni-
versal dominion, 336, 358—363: morn of Zion's glory,
337 : gathering of the gentiles, 338 : prayer for the
enlargement of the church, 339—341, 388: for a re-
vival, 389: Christ exalted and his enemies warned,
342: prayer for divine help. 343 : influences of the
Spirit necessary, 344: the church the dwelling-place
of God, 345 : the conversion of the world anticipated,
346, 356, 357 : prayed for, 347–354: hope for the
Jews, 306: conversion of, prayed for, 355: conver-
sion of the nations approaching, 356, 357 : victories
of Christ, 91, 3584363, 375–377: enlargement and
glory of the church, 364–368: consecration to the
service of Christ, 369: departure of missionaries, 370
-372, 379; subjection of the nations to Christ, 372 :
universal reign of Christ, 375–377: rejoicing in, 376 :
blessedness of, 377: the church rescued and com-

forted, 378, 489: the missionary's farewell, 379.
PRAYER.-Relief and comfort sought in prayer, 380:

self-consecration, 281, 381: nature of prayer, 382 :
encouragement to prayer, 383, 384: sanctification in-
plored, 385: prayer in distress and danger, 387; for
Zion's increase, 388: for a revival, 389: the Lord's
prayer, 390 : pleasure of communing with God, 391 :
retirement and meditation, 392, 393, 394 : desiring
the presence of God, 395, 396 : cominunion with th.
Father and Christ, 397 : sins and sorrows laid bet

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