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O Lord, my soul convicted stands 369|'Twas on that dark, that, &c. 338

Our Father, thron'd in, &c. 371 To Jesus, our exalted Lord


Our grateful tongues, &c. 384 Thou lovely source of true delight 350

O the sweet wonders of that cross 400 That God, who made the, &-c.


Once more, my soul, the, &c. 15 Thou art, O God! a Spirit pure 354

O what stupendous mercy shines 434 Thine earthly sabbaths, Lord, &c. 360

O for a closer walk with God 445 Tho' parents may in cov'nant be 361

Our souls shall magnify the Lord 451 The Lord, who truly knows 370


Thou reign'st, O Lord, thy, &c. 377

Pity a helpless sinner, Lord 395 Thro'all the downward tracts, &c.378

Peace, 'tis the Lord, &c. 442 Thro' all the various shifting, &c. 380


Thus far my God has led me on 381

Resistless sov'reign of the skies 284 Teach us, O Lord, aright to, &c. 382

Return, my soul, enjoy thy rest 358 The broken bread, the blessed cup 388

Religion is the chief concern 366 The King of heav'n his table, &c. 390

Rejoice, believer, in the Lord 383 T'he blest memorials of thy grief 394

Rejoice, the Lord is King 413 The promise of my Father's love 399


The food on which thy, &c. 400

Substantial comfort will not grow 261 Thee we adore, eternal name 403

Sin, like a venomous disease 267 The time is short! the season, &c. 404

Salvation ! O melodious sound 278 Thy providence, great God, &c. 407

Submissive to thy will, my God 291 To praise the ever bounteous, &c. ibid
Stretch'd on the cross the, &c. 305 To thy great name, 0 Prince, &c. 422
Sinners rejoice, 'tis Christ, &c. 306 To thee, who reign'st, &c. 428
Saints in their graves lie, &c. 309 Thy bounties, gracious Lord, 431
Shout: for the blessed Jesus, &c. 320 The gold and silver are the Lord's 432
Saviour divine, we know thy, &c. 329 The moment a sinner believes

Self-righteous souls on works, &c. 332

Sinners, the voice of God regard 316 Vain are the hopes the sons of men 265
So let our lips and lives express 348

Shall we go on to sin

351 Wait, O my soul, thy Maker's, &c. 286
Sacred wedlock ! law of heav'o 364 We bless the Propliet of the Lord 294
Sov'reign of all the worlds, &c. 372 With transports, Lord, our, &c. 314
Shout and proclaim the, &c. 402 What have I in this barren land 327
Stern winter throws his icy, fc. 403 With what delight I raise my eyes 343
See how the mounting sun 414 What shall tbe dying sinner do 345
Shepherd of Israel, thou dost keep 422 When God his gracious, &c.

See, gracious Lord, before, &c. 426 What does the worldling gain

Sov'reign of life, we own thy, &c. 429 Whate'er thy lot on earth may be 368
Stoop down, my thoughts, &c. 438 Where is my God? does he, &c. 369

What various hindrances we meet 371

The righteousness, the, &c. 263 What strange perplexities arise 387

Thus saith the first, the, &c. ibid When the blest day of Pentecost 414

The law of God is just

264 Welcome, sweet day of rest 418

The Lord Jehovah reigos 269 While o'er our guilty land, &c. 425

The Saviour ! O what endless, &c. 272 War, horrid war, deep stain'd, &c. 426

There is one God, and only one 280 When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay 433

Tho' troubles assail

287 When death appears before, &c. 439

The wond'ring world, &c. 291 Who shall the Lord's elect, &c. 447

To us a child is born from heav'n 302 When Hannah press'd with grief 449

There is a land of pure delight 310 When we are rais'd from, &c. 450

'Tis finish'd, the Redeemer cries 311


"Twixt Jesus and the chosen race 329 Ye saints, proclaim abroad 302

'Twas the commission of our Lord 333 Ye wretched, hungry, &c. 389

The sacraments are holy signs 335 Ye sio-sick souls draw near 398

Thus saith the mercy of the Lord 336 Ye mourning saints, whose, &c. 441

Thus did the sons of Abra’m pass 337 DOXOLOGIES


The Saviour, with inviting voice ibid

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PSALM 1. S. M. The way and end of the righteous and the wicked. 1 THE man is ever blest

Who shuns the sinner's ways, Amidst their councils never stands,

Nor takes the scorner's place. 2 But makes the law of God

His study and delight, Throughout the labours of the day,

And watches of the night. 3 He like a tree shall thrive,

With waters near the root : Fresh as the leaf his name shall live;

His works are heavenly fruit. 4 Not so the ungodly race,

They no such blessings find; Their hopes shall flee like empty chaff

Before the driving wind. 5 How will they bear to stand

Before that judgment-seat, Where all the saints at Christ's right hand

In full assembly meet ?
6 He knows, and he approves

The way the righteous go :
But sinners and their works shall meet
A dreadful overthrow..


PSALM 2. First Part. L. M.

, God the Father vindicates his Messiah. 1 1

HY did the heathen madly rage,

And why the Jews conspire in vain ? Why kings and rulers all engage,

T' oppose Messiah's gracious reign ? 2 « Come, let us break his bands,” they say,

“We'll ne'er be govern’d by his laws :
And thus they cast his yoke away,

And nail'd Messiah to the cross.
3 But God the Father, from his throne,

Laughs at their pride, their rage controls; ;
He'll vex their hearts with pains unknown,

And speak in thunder to their souls.
4 “I'll vindicate the King I made,
“ On Zion's everlasting hill;
My hand shall bring

him from the dead, “ And he shall reign, Messiah still.”

PSALM 2. Second Part. L. M.

God the Son reveals the divine decree.
H' eternal Son with power array'd,

Declares th' unchangeable decree :
“Thou art my Son,” the Father said,

“ This day have I begotten thee. 2 " For sin thou'st offer'd up thy soul, “ And thou'st a right to intercede ;

Thy life shall last while ages roll,
" And thou shalt see a num'rous seed.
3 “ Ask then, my Son, and I will give

6. The heathen for thy vast domain ;
" The utmost ends of earth receive,

“ And boundless be thy blessed reign. 4. “But nations, that resist thy grace,

« Shall fall beneath thine iron stroke;

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