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Thee we adore, Eternal Name.
The fountain in its Source
The gloom of the night adds a charm to the morn
The glorious universe around
The God of Israel is our Lord
The God who reigns alone
The heavenly spheres to thee, O God
The heaven of heavens cannot contain
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord.
The law by Moses came.
The Lord descended from above
The Lord himself, the mighty Lord
The Lord in Zion placed his name
The Lord is in his holy place
The Lord is my shepherd, no want shall I know
The Lord is risen indeed.
The Lord Jehovah reigns
The Lord my pasture shall prepare
The Lord my shepherd is
The Lord of glory is my light.
The Lord our God is full of might
The Lord will come, the earth shall quake .
The morning dawns upon the place .
The morning flowers display their sweets
The morning light is breaking.
The offerings to thy throne which rise
The perfect world by Adam trod
The promises I sing
The race that long in darkness pined
There is a hope, a blessed hope
There is a land of pure delight
There seems a voice in every gale
The saints on earth and those above.
The spacious firmament on high
The Spirit breathes upon the word
The Spirit in our hearts.
The swift declining day
The swift not always in the race
The term of life assigned to man.
The time draws near when every soul
The traveller lost in night
The uplifted eye and bended knee
The wandering star and fleeting wind
Theories, which thousands cherish
They who on the Lord rely.
This child we dedicate to thee
This is the day the Lord hath made
This is the first and great command.
This spacious earth is all the Lord's.
This stone to thee in faith we lay.
Thou art the way, by thee alone
Thou hidden love of God whose height .
Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known
Thou, Lord, through every changing scene
Thou who dwell'st enthroned above
Thrice happy man, who fears the Lord.
Thrice happy souls, who, born from heaven
Thrice happy state where saints shall live.
Through all the changing scenes of life.
Through all the various shifting scenes
Through every age, eternal God
Through sorrow's night and danger's path.
Thus far on life's perplexing path
Thus far the Lord has led me on .
Thus saith the first, the great command
Thy favors, Lord, surprise our souls.
Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confess
Thy kingdom, Lord, forever stands
Thy law is perfect, Lord of light .
Thy mercies and thy love
Thy name, Almighty Lord.
Thy presence, everlasting God.
Thy wisdom, power, and goodness, Lord
Times without number have I prayed
'Tis by the faith of joys to come.
'Tis by thy strength the mountains stand
"'T is finished!" so the Saviour cried
'Tis God the spirit leads
'Tis God who those that trust in him
'Tis gone, that bright and orbed blaze
To God, its source, my soul aspires
To God, the mighty Lord
To God, the only wise
To keep the lamp alive
To-morrow, Lord, is thine
To prayer, to prayer, for the morning breaks.
To thee, my God, my days are known
To thee, O God, in heaven
To thee, our wants are known.
To thee, O God, we homage pay
Transporting tidings, which we hear.
Triumphant Lord, thy goodness reigns
'T was by an order from the Lord
'T was on that dark, that doleful night
VITAL spark of heavenly flame.
WAIT on the Lord, ye heirs of hope.
Walk in the light, so shalt thou know
Watchman, tell us of the night
Weak and irresolute is man
What of truth we have been hearing
What secret hand at morning light
What shall we ask of God in prayer.
When all thy mercies, O my God.
When, as returns this solemn day
When before thy throne we kneel
When darkness long has veiled my mind
When floods of grief assault the mind.
When I can read my title clear
When in the vale of lengthened years
When Israel, of the Lord beloved.
When Israel through the desert past.
When I, with curious eyes, survey
When musing sorrow weeps the past
When, my Saviour, shall I be
When overwhelmed with grief.
When power divine, in mortal form
When quiet in my house I sit
When restless on my bed I lie
When rising from the bed of death
When sickness shakes the languid frame
When the vale of death appears
Wherefore should man, frail child of clay
Wherewith shall I approach the Lord
While now upon this Sabbath eve
While shepherds watched their flocks by night
While sounds of war are heard around
While thee I seek, protecting Power.
While rough this changing world we roam
While with ceaseless course the sun.
Who are these in bright array.
Who make the Lord of hosts their tower
Who shall inhabit in thy hill
Who shall tow'rd thy chosen seat.
Why do we waste in trifling cares
With glory clad, with strength arrayed.
Within these walls be peace
With mines of wealth are sinners poor
With reverence let the saints appear
With sacred joy we lift our eyes
With songs and honors sounding loud
With warm affections let us view.
YE boundless realms of joy
Ye faithful souls, who Jesus know
Ye followers of the Prince of Peace
Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewell
Ye humble souls, that seek the Lord
Ye servants of the Lord.
Ye sons of men, a feeble race
Ye that obey the immortal King
Ye trembling souls, dismiss your fears.
ZEAL is that pure and heavenly flame
I. INTRODUCTION AND CLOSE OF WORSHIP.
For the introduction of worship, 1 to 20. For the Christian Sabbath, 21 to
28. For the close of worship, 29 to 34.
II. MORNING AND EVENING HYMNS.
For the morning, 35 to 45. Morning or evening, 46 to 50. Evening, 51
III. GENERAL PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING.
Presence of God invoked, 59. Praise to the only true God, 60. Thanks
giving and holiness, 62. God adored in his works, 61, 63. Universal praise,
64 to 80. Praise due from men, 81, 82. Te Deum, 83. Praise to the Lord
of nature, 84, 85. Praise for preserving grace, 86. Glory in the highest, 87.
IV. ATTRIBUTES AND PROVIDENCE OF GOD.
Existence of God, 88. God incomprehensible, 89, 98. Unity of God, 90,
91. Greatness, power and sovereignty of God, 92 to 97. God invisible, 99.
Eternity and immutability of God, 100 to 105. Omnipresence and om-
niscience of God, 106 to 111. Goodness, mercy and compassion of God, 112 to
127. Holiness of God, 128 to 130. Faithfulness of God, 131, 132. Attributes
of God our confidence, 133. Perfections and providence of God, 134 to 136.
Providence and grace unsearchable, 137. Mercies of God our trust, 138 to
142. Mysteries of Providence, 143. Care of Providence, 144 to 146. Provi-
dence in our afflictions, 147 to 152. Blessing of God always needful, 153 to
155. God our shepherd, 156 to 163. The constant help of Providence, 164
to 171. Distinguished goodness of Providence to man, 172. Divine protec-
tion and retribution, 173 to 181.
V. THE SCRIPTURES.
The books of nature and scripture, 182, 183. Excellence and power of
God's word, 184 to 194. Divine instruction implored, 191, 192. Searching
the scriptures, 195. Light of the world, 196, 198. Prophecy and inspiration,
197. Heavenly bread, 199. Divine teachings, 200, 201. Seed of the word,
202, 203. Supplication for a blessing on the word, 204.
VI. CHRIST AND CHRISTIANITY.
Message of John the Baptist, 205, 206. Christ's coming, 207 to 212.
Christ's nativity, 213 to 216. Christ's manifestation to the Gentiles, 217 to
225. Christ the Sun of Righteousness, 226. Sufferings and death of Christ,
227 to 231. Resurrection of Christ, 232 to 236. Death, resurrection and
ascension of Christ, 237, 238. Christ's miracles, 239. Precepts and example
of Christ, 240 to 246. Christ's invitations, 247 to 249. Glorying in Jesus,
250, 251. Coming and influences of the holy Spirit, 252 to 254. Gospel
invitations, 255. Character and success of the gospel, 256 to 265. Christian
pilgrims, 266. Songs of the Redeemed, 267. Communion of saints, 268.
Final acceptance of the righteous, 269.