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Hymn
To God the only wise.

Watts.... 110
thee let my first offerings rise ...... Drennan . 352
thee, my heart, eternal King ....... Heginb... 138
thee, O God, my days are known... Doddridge 365
thee, O God, we homage pay....... Doddridge 144
those bright realms we lift our eyes. Wattst.. 108

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Upchang'd, O Lord, thro'changing years Mos.Str.C. 332
Upward I lift mine eyes....

Wattst.., 399

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Vast are thy works, almighty Lord .... Watts.... 104

..., 442

.. 313

... 432

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Wayfaring pilgrims, bound for heaven. Richardsonxi.
We sing the wise, the gracious plan ... Doddridye 179
What scenes of horror and of dread.... Par. Str.C. 243
When all thy mercies, O my God... Addison 383

blooming youth is snatch'd away Steele
darkness long hath veil'd my mind Cowper

can read my title clear........ Watts.... 438
I review the devious ways

Young
I survey life's varied scene...... Steele .... 405
I with curious eyes, survey.

0. Ex. C.

58
in the vale of lengthen'd years... J. Rowe. 452
life as opening buds is sweet Barbauld. 456
mild religion from above........ Monty. I.. 248
power divine, in mortal form.... Smith ... 398
racked with conscious guilt, the Par.Str.C. 186
rising from the bed of death..... Addison.. 320
sickness shakes the languid frame Heginb... 244
sinking in despair.
sorrow sinks my spirits down... Richardson 431
storms hang o'er the christian's

242
succours fail and fears invade ...

416
the last trumpet's awful voice ... Scotch Par.218
Where'er I am, whate'er I see ...... H. More . 351
Wherefore should man, frail child of clay Enfield... 280
Wherewith shall I approach the Lord . Browne .. 15
* While health, and strength, and youth Maltby'sC. 293

bere as wandering sheep we stray Merrick..
some in folly's pleasures roll.. Cotton ... 247
thee I seek, protecting power .

Williams. 360
with ceaseless course, the sun.

Newton .. 462
Who, gracious Father, sball complain.. Scott..... 100

shall ascend thy heavenly place.. Watts.... 253
Why is my heart with grief oppress'd.. Steele 427

... Steele ....

316

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Why is my soul dismay'd with fear J. Rowe.. 413

O my fearful, trembling soul Cross 455
should I murmur or repine Royers ... 414
sinks my weak, desponding mind Steele 425

should we waste on trifling cares Doddridge 310
With ardour l’ll thy favour seek Watts.... 290

God, my Friend, the radiant sun. Topl. Col. 412
grateful wonder, Lord, we view.. Doddridgef114
humble reverence we adore..... Wattst... 424
pure delight the boson glows.... Exeter C. 265
reverence let the saints appear... Watts.... 66
songs and honours, sounding loud Watts.... 48
warm affection let us view

Cross .... 161
warm delight and grateful joy

148

... Cross ...

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Ye followers of the Prince of peace.... Beddome

164
humble souls who seek the Lord... Doddridge 169
nations, praise the Lord....

Watts....
nations round the earth rejoice.... Watts....
servants of the Lord

Doddridge 301
sons of men! with joy record Doddridge 41
that delight to serve the Lord ..... Wattst...

64
tribes of Adam, join.....

Watts....

36
works of God! on him alone...... Merrick .. 34

HYMNS.

BOOK I. HYMNS OF GENERAL HOMAGE, AND ON

PUBLIC WORSHIP.

1.
The One Living and True God.

1
ETERNAL GOD! Almighty Cause
Of earth, and seas, and worlds unknown!
All things are subject to thy laws;
All things depend on thee alone.

2
Thy glorious being singly stands,
of all within itself possess'd ;
By none controll'd in thy commands,
And in thyself completely bless’d.

3 Worship to thee alone belongs ; Worship to thee alone we give: Thine be our hearts, and thine our songs, And to thy glory may we live. Spread thy great name through every land; In every heart erect thy throne; Subdue the world to thy command, And reign unrivall’d, God alone,

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2.

After this manner pray ye.—Matt. vi. 9.

1
FATHER of all! Eternal Mind !

Supremely good and great!
Thy children, form’d and bless'd by thee,
Åpproach thy heavenly seat.

2
Thy name in hallow'd strains be sung!

We join the solemn praise ; To thy great name, with heart and tongue, Our cheerful homage raise.

3 Thy righteous, mild, and sovereign reign,

Let every being own:
And in our minds, thy work divine,
Erect thy gracious throne.

4
As
angels round thy seat above

Thy bless'd commands fulfil, So may thy creatures here below Perform thy heavenly will.

5
On thee we day by day depend,

And on thy care rely:
Give us each day our daily bread,
And every want supply.

6
Extend thy grace to every fault ;

Oh let thy love forgive! Teach us divine forgiveness too, Nor let resentment live.

7 Where tempting snares beset the way,

Permit us not to tread : Or turn all real evil far

From our unguarded head.

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Thy sacred name we would adore,

With joyful, humble mind;
And praise thy goodness, power, and truth,
Eternal, unconfin'd!

3. Adoration and Supplication through Jesus Christ.

1 ETERNAL Spirit, Lord of all !

Supremely good and wise !
To thee we pay our grateful vows,
To thee lift up our eyes.

2
Thy glorious name we here adore,

And worship thee alone :
To thee be praise for ever paid,
Through Jesus Christ thy Son.

3
Our dark and erring minds illume

With truth's celestial rays; Inspire our hearts with sacred love, And tune our lips to praise.

4 Conduct us safely, by thy hand,

Through life's perplexing road;
And place us, when that journey's o'er,
In heaven thy blest abode.

4.
Humble Worship.

1
Great King of kings ! Eternal God !
Shall mortal creatures dare to raise
Their songs to thy supreme abode,
And join with angels in thy praise ?

2
The brightest seraph veils his face ;
And low before thy dazzling throne,

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