THE SPIRIT OF THE PSALMS
1 (1) How blest are they who turn to God (Evangelical Psalter)CM
1 (2) I once despised and scorned the name (Evangelical Psalter)CM
2 (1) Though sinners boldly join (William Goode)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
2 (2) O wherefore do the nations rage (The Psalter)LM
3 Thy promise, Lord, is perfect peace (Henry Francis Lyte)LM
4 (1) O God of righteousness (Charles Wesley)DSM
4 (2) Let all now stand in awe (Charles Wesley)DSM
5 Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear (Isaac Watts)CM
6 Gently, gently lay Thy rod (Henry Francis Lyte)7 7. 7 7
7 Lord my God, I trust in Thee (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7
8 O Lord, our Lord, how high, how great (Isaac Watts)CM
9 Sing to the Lord, Who here proclaims (Philip Doddridge)LM
10 Lord, when evil times hold sway (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
11 In the Lord I’ve put my trust (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
12 Lord, when iniquities abound (Isaac Watts)CM
13 (1) O Lord, at times my heart is cold (Evangelical Psalter)CM
13 (2) How long wilt Thou conceal Thy face? (Isaac Watts)CM
14 This race in such corruption (Evangelical Psalter)7 6. 7 6
15 Lord Jesus, near to Thee I’d be (Evangelical Psalter)CM
16 Preserve me, Lord, in time of need (Isaac Watts)LM
17 (1) Hear, O my Lord, regard my cry (The Psalter)8 6. 8 6. 8 8
17 (2) What sinners value, I resign (Isaac Watts)LM
18 Whom should we love like Thee (Henry Francis Lyte)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
19 (1) The heavens declare Thy glory, Lord (Isaac Watts)LM
19 (2) God’s precepts are righteous and just (The Psalter)8 8. 8 8
20 The Lord will hear when troubles come (Evangelical Psalter)CM
21 When pain and weakness bowed His head (Evangelical Psalter)LM
22 (1) Now let our mournful songs record (Isaac Watts)LM
22 (2) Such grief was Thine, such deep distress (Evangelical Psalter)LM
22 (3) Come, ye that fear the Saviour (The Psalter)7 6. 7 6. D
23 (1) The Lord’s my Shepherd, I’ll not want (Scottish Psalter)CM
23 (2) My Shepherd will supply my need (Isaac Watts)CM
23 (3) My Shepherd is the Lord Who knows my needs (The Psalter)10 4. 10 4. 10 10
23 (4) Jesus the good Shepherd is (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
23 (5) The Lord my Shepherd is (Isaac Watts)SM
24 (1) The spacious earth is all the Lord’s (Evangelical Psalter)CM
24 (2) Our Lord is risen from the dead (Charles Wesley)CM
25 (1) I lift my soul to Thee (Evangelical Psalter)SM
25 (2) Mine eyes and my desire (Isaac Watts)SM
26 Lord, I delight to find my place (William Goode)LM
27 The Lord my Saviour is my light (Anne Steele)LM
28 Lord, my Rock, to Thee I prayed (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7
29 (1) Give to the Lord, ye sons of fame (Isaac Watts)LM
29 (2) In God’s own house the loftiest praises sing (Elizabeth Tollet)10 10. 10 10
30 (1) I will extol Thee, Lord on high (Isaac Watts)LM
30 (2) I will extol Thee, Lord, my God (Evangelical Psalter)CM
31 (1) The Saviour Who redeemed our souls (Harriet Auber)CM
31 (2) In God alone we put our trust (Evangelical Psalter)8 7. 8 7. D
32 (1) How blest are we if God the Lord (Isaac Watts)CM
32 (2) How blest are they whose trespass (The Psalter)7 6. 7 6
32 (3) Blessèd are they, supremely blest (Charles Wesley)LM
33 (1) Come, ransomed souls, in God rejoice (Isaac Watts)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
33 (2) Blest is the church, where God the Lord (Isaac Watts)CM
34 Through all the changing scenes of life (Nahum Tate et al)CM
35 (1) Behold the love, the generous love (Isaac Watts)CM
35 (2) Plead my cause, O Lord, I pray (Joseph Irons)7 7. 7 7
36 (1) High in the heavens, eternal God (Isaac Watts)LM
36 (2) Thy mercy and Thy Truth, O Lord (The Psalter)CM
37 (1) Why should I so fretful be (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
37 (2) O Lord, the steps of all Thy saints (Isaac Watts)CM
38 (1) Rebuke me not in anger, Lord (Evangelical Psalter)CM
38 (2) In Thy wrath and hot displeasure (The Psalter)8 7. 8 7
38 (3) My soul, the final hour will come (Philip Doddridge)CM
39 (1) When tried, O Lord, with grief and woe (Evangelical Psalter)LM
39 (2) My end, Lord, make me know (The Psalter)SM
39 (3) Almighty Maker of my frame (Anne Steele)LM
40 (1) I waited for the Lord my God (Scottish Psalter)CM
40 (2) The offering on the altar burned (The Psalter)CM
41 Happy are they whose tender care (Nahum Tate)CM
42 (1) As pants the hart for cooling streams (Nahum Tate et al)CM
42 (2) As pants the deer for streams of life (Evangelical Psalter)CM
43 (1) O send Thy light forth and Thy Truth (The Psalter)CM
43 (2) O Thou, my strength, with heart oppressed (Evangelical Psalter)CM
44 (1) O Lord, we have heard, for the Scriptures have told (Evangelical Psalter)11 11. 11 11
44 (2) The battles of the Lord (Evangelical Psalter)SM
44 (3) Arm of the Lord, awake, awake! (Henry March)LM
45 (1) With hearts in love abounding (Harriet Auber)7 6. 7 6. D
45 (2) Hail, mighty Jesus! how divine (Benjamin Wallin et al)CM
45 (3) Now be my heart inspired to sing (Isaac Watts)LM
45 (4) Let us sing the King Messiah (John Ryland)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
45 (5) My heart is full of Christ, and longs (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
46 (1) God is the refuge of His saints (Isaac Watts)LM
46 (2) God is our refuge and our strength (The Psalter)DCM
47 (1) Come, praise the Lord with sacred song (Isaac Watts)CM
47 (2) Glorious is the Lord Most High (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
48 (1) Great is the Lord; O greatly praise (Evangelical Psalter)LM
48 (2) We join to praise our God (Evangelical Psalter)6 6. 6 6
49 (1) Humble us, Lord, before Thy Word (Evangelical Psalter)LM
49 (2) Let all the listening world attend (Nahum Tate)CM
49 (3) Dust to dust each mortal dies (The Psalter)7 7. 7 7
50 (1) The God of glory sends His summons forth (Isaac Watts)10 10. 10 10. 11 11
50 (2) The mighty God has spoken (Evangelical Psalter)7 6. 7 6. D
50 (3) The mighty God, the Lord, has called (Evangelical Psalter)CM
51 (1) God be merciful to me (The Psalter)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
51 (2) God of unfathomable love (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
51 (3) Look upon me, O Lord, forgive (Isaac Watts et al)LM
51 (4) Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin (Isaac Watts)LM
51 (5) O Thou Who hears when sinners cry (Isaac Watts)LM
52 (1) In vain the powers of darkness try (Henry Francis Lyte)CM
52 (2) Is there glory found in cunning (Evangelical Psalter)8 7. 8 7
53 Fools in their hearts still say (Evangelical Psalter)SM
54 Save me by Thy glorious name (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
55 O God, my refuge, hear my cries (Isaac Watts et al)CM
56 God counts the sorrows of His saints (Isaac Watts)CM
57 My God, in Whom are all the springs (Isaac Watts)LM
58 Rulers who make themselves as gods (Evangelical Psalter)LM
59 I am hated, Lord, by those (William Allen)7 7. 7 7
60 In times of weakness and of blight (Evangelical Psalter)CM
61 When overwhelmed with grief (Isaac Watts)SM
62 (1) When dangers press and fears invade (Harriet Auber)CM
62 (2) My spirit looks to God alone (Isaac Watts)LM
63 (1) Early, my God, without delay (Isaac Watts)CM
63 (2) O God, Thou art my God alone (James Montgomery)LM
64 Hear, O Lord, our supplication (Henry Francis Lyte)8 7. 8 7
65 Praise, Lord, for Thee, in Zion waits (Henry Francis Lyte)LM
66 (1) Let all the earth revere the Lord (Isaac Watts)CM
66 (2) All thanks to the Lamb, Who calls us to meet! (Charles Wesley et al)10 10. 11 11
67 God of mercy, God of grace (Henry Francis Lyte)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
68 As Thy chosen people, Lord (Harriet Auber)7 7. 7 7. D
69 (1) Lord, I would stand with thoughtful eye (Henry Francis Lyte)CM
69 (2) Come, let us join with reverent fear (Isaac Watts)CM
70 (1) Come, O our God, our souls to bless (Evangelical Psalter)LM
70 (2) O hasten, Lord, my soul to bless (Evangelical Psalter)CM
71 (1) My Saviour and almighty Friend (Isaac Watts)CM
71 (2) Almighty Father of mankind (Michael Bruce)CM
72 (1) Jesus shall reign where’er the sun (Isaac Watts)LM
72 (2) Hail to the Lord’s Anointed (James Montgomery)7 6. 7 6. D
72 (3) Hasten, Lord, the glorious time (Harriet Auber)7 7. 7 7
73 (1) Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I (Isaac Watts)LM
73 (2) In close communion, Lord, with Thee (The Psalter)CM
74 (1) How long, eternal God, how long (Isaac Watts)CM
74 (2) O Lord our God, arise (Ralph Wardlaw)SM
75 That God the Lord is ever nigh (Harriet Auber)8 8 6. 8 8 6
76 (1) Among His people, God is known (Evangelical Psalter)LM
76 (2) In Judah God of old was known (Isaac Watts)CM
77 (1) To God will I direct my prayer (The Psalter)LM
77 (2) Has God cast off for ever? (James Montgomery)7 6. 7 6. D
78 (1) O praise our great and gracious Lord (Harriet Auber)DCM
78 (2) Give ear to the Lord (The Psalter)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
79 Thou gracious God, and kind (William Goode)SM
80 (1) O Shepherd of the church, give ear (Isaac Watts)LM
80 (2) Saviour, visit Thy plantation (John Newton)8 7. 8 7. D
81 Jesus, Lord, our strength and Saviour (Evangelical Psalter)8 7. 8 7
82 The kings of earth are in the hands (Evangelical Psalter)CM
83 Speak in Thy power, our mighty God! (Evangelical Psalter)LM
84 (1) How honoured, how dear ( Josiah Conder)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
84 (2) Lord of the worlds above (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
84 (3) My soul, how lovely is the place (Isaac Watts)CM
84 (4) How lovely are Thy dwellings fair (John Milton)CM
85 (1) Salvation is for ever nigh (Isaac Watts)LM
85 (2) What God th’Almighty Lord will speak (John Milton)CM
86 To my humble prayer (Joseph Bryan)5 5. 8 8. 5 5
87 (1) God in His earthly kingdom lays (Isaac Watts)LM
87 (2) Glorious things of thee are spoken (John Newton)8 7. 8 7. D
88 Lord God of my salvation (Henry Francis Lyte)7 6. 7 6. D
89 (1) My song for ever shall record (The Psalter)LM
89 (2) O what shall I do my Saviour to praise? (Charles Wesley)10 10. 11 11
89 (3) My song shall be of mercy (Henry Downton)7 6. 7 6. D
90 (1) Our God, our help in ages past (Isaac Watts)CM
90 (2) O God the Rock of Ages (Edward Henry Bickersteth)7 6. 7 6. D
91 (1) There is a safe and secret place (Henry Francis Lyte)CM
91 (2) He who has made his refuge God (Isaac Watts)LM
92 Sweet is the work, my God, my King (Isaac Watts)LM
93 The Lord of glory reigns; He reigns on high (Isaac Watts)10 10. 10 10. 11 11
94 Can guilty man, indeed, believe (Harriet Auber)LM
95 Come, let our voices join to raise (Isaac Watts)LM
96 Sing to the Lord through all the lands (Evangelical Psalter)LM
97 He reigns, the Lord, the Saviour reigns! (Isaac Watts)LM
98 (1) Joy to the world! the Lord is come (Isaac Watts et al)CM
98 (2) Unto God our Saviour (The Psalter et al)6 5. 6 5. D
99 Revere the Lord as King (Evangelical Psalter)SM
100 Before Jehovah’s awesome throne (Isaac Watts)LM
101 Lord, when I lift my voice to Thee (William Hiley Bathurst)CM
102 Hear me, O Lord, nor hide Thy face (Isaac Watts)CM
103 (1) My soul, repeat His praise (Isaac Watts)SM
103 (2) O bless the Lord, my soul! (Isaac Watts)SM
103 (3) Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven (Henry Francis Lyte)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
104 (1) O worship the King (Robert Grant)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
104 (2) Vast are Thy works, Almighty Lord (Isaac Watts)LM
104 (3) Lord, if one moment Thou Thy face shouldst hide (Thomas Blacklock)10 10. 10 10. 10 10
105 Give thanks to God, invoke His name (Isaac Watts)CM
106 God of eternal love (Isaac Watts)SM
107 (1) O give thanks unto the Lord (Joseph Irons)7 7. 7 7
107 (2) From age to age exalt His name (Evangelical Psalter)LM
108 My heart is fixed, O God (The Psalter)SM
109 Stranger and pilgrim here below (Henry Francis Lyte)LM
110 Father, Son and Holy Spirit (Evangelical Psalter)8 7. 8 7. 8 7
111 (1) Praise the Lord with exultation (Charles Haddon Spurgeon)8 7. 8 7
111 (2) With all my heart I’ll praise the Lord (Evangelical Psalter)CM
112 How blest are they who fear the Lord (Isaac Watts)LM
113 All who delight to serve the Lord (Isaac Watts)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
114 When forth from Egypt’s trembling hand (George Burgess)CM
115 Lord, Thou alone art merciful and true! (Isaac Watts et al)10 10. 10 10. 10 10
116 (1) I love the Lord Who heard my cry (The Psalter)CM
116 (2) For mercies countless as the sands (John Newton)CM
116 (3) Redeemed from guilt, redeemed from fears (Henry Francis Lyte)LM
116 (4) What shall I render to my God (Isaac Watts)CM
117 (1) All the nations, praise the Lord (James Montgomery)7 7. 7 7
117 (2) From all that dwell below the skies (Isaac Watts)LM
118 (1) O praise the Lord, for He is good (Nahum Tate)CM
118 (2) Behold the sure foundation stone (Isaac Watts)CM
118 (3) This is the day the Lord has made (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (1) How blest are they who keep God’s Word (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (2) How shall the young direct their way? (The Psalter)LM
119 (3) Thy servant, saved by Thee, shall live (The Psalter)CM
119 (4) My soul lies cleaving to the dust (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (5) Teach me, O Lord, Thy way of Truth (Evangelical Psalter)LM
119 (6) May Thy mercies rest upon me (Evangelical Psalter)8 7. 8 7. D
119 (7) Thou art my portion, O my God (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (8) O how I love Thy holy Word (William Cowper et al)LM
119 (9) My life was fashioned by Thy hand (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (10) For ever, Lord, Thy Word shall stand (Evangelical Psalter)CM
119 (11) Let all the world’s fair writers join (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (12) O how I love Thy law (Evangelical Psalter)6 6. 6 6
119 (13) Vain and futile are the thoughts (Evangelical Psalter)7 7. 7 7
119 (14) Deceit and falsehood we abhor (Evangelical Psalter)LM
119 (15) O how the wonders of Thy law (James Merrick)LM
119 (16) Consider all my troubles, Lord (Isaac Watts)CM
119 (17) They hate me, Lord, without a cause (Isaac Watts)CM
120 (1) In trouble and distress I cry (Evangelical Psalter)CM
120 (2) Jesus! how my heart is pained (John Newton)7 7. 7 7
121 (1) Unto the hills around do I lift up (James Douglas Sutherland Campbell)10 4. 10 4. 10 10
121 (2) Upward I lift mine eyes (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
122 (1) How pleased and blest was I (Isaac Watts)6 6 8. 6 6 8
122 (2) Our special day, O Lord, has come (James Merrick et al)8 8 6. 8 8 6
123 Unto Thee I lift my eyes (Henry Francis Lyte)7 7. 7 7
124 Had not the Lord, my heart may cry (John Ryland)LM
125 Who in the Lord confide (Charles Wesley)SM
126 When God revealed His gracious name (Isaac Watts)CM
127 Vain the toiling of the builder (Harriet Auber)8 7. 8 7
128 How blest are they who fear the Lord (Evangelical Psalter)LM
129 Many times since days of youth (John Beaumont)7 5. 7 5
130 (1) Out of the depths I cry to Thee (Martin Luther)8 7. 8 7. 8 8 7
130 (2) From sorrow’s depths I cry, O Lord, to Thee (The Psalter)10 4. 10 4. 10 10
131 (1) Quiet, Lord, my froward heart (John Newton)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
131 (2) Lord, if Thou Thy grace impart (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
132 Where shall we go to seek and find (Isaac Watts)LM
133 (1) How pleasant here to see (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
133 (2) How beautiful the sight! (James Montgomery)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
133 (3) When all are sweetly joined (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
134 Bless the Lord, His servants (Evangelical Psalter et al)6 5. 6 5
135 Praise ye the Lord, exalt His name (Evangelical Psalter)LM
136 (1) Give to our God immortal praise (Isaac Watts)LM
136 (2) Give thanks to God Most High (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
137 (1) Arise, despondent saints (Augustus Montague Toplady)SM
137 (2) Far from my heavenly home (Henry Francis Lyte)SM
138 With all my powers of heart and tongue (Isaac Watts)LM
139 (1) Lord, Thou hast searched and seen me through (Isaac Watts)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
139 (2) Lord, Thou hast searched me, and dost know (The Psalter)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
139 (3) All that I am I owe to Thee (The Psalter)LM
139 (4) When I in awe and wonder stand (Isaac Watts)CM
140 Believers, like their Lord of old (Henry Francis Lyte)LM
141 O Lord, accept my prayers, my vows (Isaac Watts)LM
142 I cried unto the Lord my God (Evangelical Psalter)CM
143 When Satan my accuser (Evangelical Psalter)7 6. 7 6. D
144 Blest be the Lord, our strength, our tower (Evangelical Psalter)8 8 6. 8 8 6
145 (1) O Lord, Thou art my God and King (The Psalter)LM
145 (2) Long as I live I’ll bless Thy name (Isaac Watts)CM
146 I’ll praise my Maker while I’ve breath (Isaac Watts)8 8 8. D
147 (1) O praise the Lord, ’tis good to raise (Henry Francis Lyte)LM
147 (2) Praise ye the Lord; ’tis good to raise (Isaac Watts)LM
148 (1) Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore Him (Foundling Hospital Collection)8 7. 8 7
148 (2) Let every creature join and sing (Isaac Watts)CM
149 (1) O praise ye the Lord (Henry Francis Lyte)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
149 (2) Prepare a new song (William Goode)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
150 O praise ye the Lord! (Henry Williams Baker)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
ADORATION OF THE TRIUNE GOD
151 Come, Thou Almighty King (Anonymous)6 6 4. 6 6 6. 4
152 We give immortal praise (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
153 Command Thy blessing from above (James Montgomery)LM
154 What was it, O our God (Ann Gilbert)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
155 To Him that chose us first (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
156 Father of Heaven, Whose love profound (Edward Cooper)LM
157 God is in His temple (William Tidd Matson)6 6 8. 6 6 8. 3 3. 6 6
158 The God of Abraham praise (Thomas Olivers)6 6. 8 4. D
GOD THE FATHER − His Attributes and Perfections
see also Psalms: 9, 36(1), 36(2), 57, 65, 90(1), 90(2), 93, 95, 99, 100, 103(1), 103(2), 103(3), 104(1), 117(1), 117(2), 135, 138, 139(1), 144, 148(1), 148(2)
159 How shall I praise the eternal God (Isaac Watts)CM
160 O everlasting Light (Horatius Bonar)SM
161 Begin my tongue a heavenly theme (Isaac Watts)CM
162 We praise, we worship Thee, O God (Gell’s Collection)LM
163 Great God! how infinite art Thou! (Isaac Watts)CM
164 How shall I sing that majesty (John Mason)DCM
165 Eternal Power! Whose high abode (Isaac Watts)LM
166 The Lord is King! lift up your voice ( Josiah Conder)LM
167 Can mortals understand or find (Isaac Watts)LM
168 Bright the vision that delighted (Richard Mant)8 7. 8 7. D
169 Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty! (Reginald Heber)11. 12. 12. 10
170 Wait, O my soul, your Maker’s will (Benjamin Beddome)LM
171 Come, humble souls, approach your God (Anne Steele)CM
172 Songs of praise the angels sang (James Montgomery)7 7. 7 7
173 Great God of wonders! all Thy ways (Samuel Davies)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
174 O Love of God, how strong and true! (Horatius Bonar)LM
175 O heavenly King (Charles Wesley)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
176 Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my song (Joseph Stocker et al)11 11. 11 11
177 Praise, everlasting praise, be paid (Isaac Watts)LM
178 Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation (Joachim Neander)14 14. 4. 7. 8
179 ‘Great is Thy faithfulness,’ O God my Father (Thomas O. Chisholm)Irregular
180 O what matchless condescension (William Gadsby)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
GOD THE FATHER − Creation and Providence
see also Psalms: 33(1), 75, 82, 104(1), 104(2), 104(3), 113, 136(1), 136(2), 139(3), 139(4), 147(2), 148(2)
181 I sing the almighty power of God (Isaac Watts)CM
182 O give thanks to Him Who made ( Josiah Conder)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
183 Hast thou not known, hast thou not heard (Isaac Watts)CM
184 All praise to God Who reigns above (Johann Jakob Schutz)8 7. 8 7. 8 8 7
185 Sovereign Ruler of the skies! (John Ryland)7 7. 7 7
186 When all Thy mercies, O my God (Joseph Addison)CM
187 All my hope on God is founded (Joachim Neander)8 7. 8 7. 3 3 7
188 God moves in a mysterious way (William Cowper)CM
189 Now thank we all our God (Martin Rinkart)6 7. 6 7. 6 6. 6 6
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − His Names and Titles
see also Psalms: 18, 23(1), 23(2), 23(3), 23(4), 23(5), 110
190 (1) Join all the glorious names (Version 1) (Isaac Watts et al)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
190 (2) Join all the glorious names (Version 2) (Isaac Watts)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
191 Jesus! the name high over all (Charles Wesley et al)CM
192 At the name of Jesus (Caroline Maria Noel)6 5. 6 5. D
193 Light of the world, for ever, ever shining (Horatius Bonar)11 6. 11 6
194 One there is, above all others (John Newton)8 7. 8 7. 7 7
195 I’ve found a Friend, O, such a Friend! (James Grindlay Small et al)8 7. 8 7. D
196 O now, my soul, forget no more (Krishna Pal)LM
197 Come, let us join our cheerful songs (Isaac Watts)CM
198 ’Tis the Church triumphant singing (John Kent)8 4. 8 4. 8 8 4
199 Glory to God on high! (James Allen et al)6 6 4. 6 6 6. 4
200 Christ, Whose glory fills the skies (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
201 Thou art the Way, to Thee alone (George Washington Doane)CM
202 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (John Newton)CM
203 Thou art the everlasting Word ( Josiah Conder et al)8 6. 8 6. 8 8
204 I’ve found the pearl of greatest price (John Mason)CM
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − Praise to the Saviour
see also Psalms: 22(3), 29(1), 29(2), 45(1), 45(2), 45(3), 45(4), 45(5), 66(1), 66(2), 67, 71(1), 72(1), 72(2), 96, 97, 98(2), 103(1), 103(2), 103(3), 105, 115, 135, 145(1), 145(2), 146, 149(1), 149(2)
205 Awake, my soul, in joyful lays (Samuel Medley)LM
206 Immortal honours rest on Jesus’ head (William Gadsby et al)10 10. 10 10
207 Let us love and sing and wonder (John Newton)8 7. 8 7. 7 7
208 Let earth and Heaven agree (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
209 Behold the glories of the Lamb (Isaac Watts)CM
210 Jesus, and shall it ever be (Joseph Grigg)LM
211 Now in praise let us arise (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
212 Now to the Lord a noble song! (Isaac Watts)LM
213 ’Tis to Thee we owe allegiance (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
214 Sing the theme of Jesus’ love (Albert Midlane)7 7. 7 7
215 Now to the Lord, Who makes us know (Isaac Watts)LM
216 O for a thousand tongues to sing (Charles Wesley)CM
217 We sing the praise of Him Who died (Thomas Kelly)LM
218 Let Zion in her songs record (John Kent)8 8 6. 8 8 6
219 I will sing the wondrous story (Francis Harold Rawley)8 7. 8 7. D
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − Deity and Incarnation
see also Psalms: 8, 98(1)
220 Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comes (Philip Doddridge)CM
221 Earth was waiting, spent and restless (William Chalmers Smith)8 7. 8 7. 8 7
222 Angels from the realms of glory (James Montgomery)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
223 Let us all, with grateful praises (Joseph Hart)8 7. 8 7
224 Once in royal David’s city (Cecil Frances Alexander)8 7. 8 7. 7 7
225 The race that long in darkness pined (John Morison)CM
226 Christians, awake! salute the happy morn (John Byrom)10 10. 10 10. 10 10
227 O come, all ye faithful (Latin)Irregular
228 Ere the blue heavens were stretched abroad (Isaac Watts et al)LM
229 Hark! the herald angels sing (Charles Wesley et al)7 7. 7 7. D
230 Thou Who wast rich beyond all splendour (Frank Houghton)9 8. 9 8. 9 8
231 As with gladness men of old (William Chatterton Dix)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
232 Bright and joyful is the morn (James Montgomery)7 7. 7 7
233 All my heart this night rejoices (Paul Gerhardt)8. 3 3. 6. D
234 Now let us join with hearts and tongues (John Newton)LM
235 Let earth and Heaven combine (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
236 ‘To you this night is born a Child’ (Martin Luther)LM
237 While shepherds watched their flocks by night (Nahum Tate)CM
238 Mighty God, while angels bless Thee (Robert Robinson)8 7. 8 7. D
239 All glory to God in the sky (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. D
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − His Life on Earth
240 We saw Thee not when Thou didst come (John Hampden Gurney)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
241 When the Saviour dwelt below (John Ryland)7 7. 7 7
242 My dear Redeemer and my Lord (Isaac Watts)LM
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − His Sufferings and Death
see also Psalms: 22(1), 22(2), 35(1), 69(1), 69(2)
243 When I survey the wondrous cross (Isaac Watts)LM
244 How willing was Jesus to die (Joseph Swain et al)8 8. 8 8
245 More marred than any man’s (William Russell)SM
246 ‘Man of Sorrows!’ what a name (Philip Bliss)7 7 7. 8
247 On the wings of faith uprising (Joseph Swain)8 7. 8 7
248 There is a fountain filled with blood (William Cowper et al)CM
249 Many woes had He endured (Joseph Hart)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
250 Alas! and did my Saviour bleed? (Isaac Watts et al)CM
251 The Son of God, in mighty love (Horatius Bonar)LM
252 Hark! the voice of love and mercy (Jonathan Evans et al)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
253 Extended on a cursèd tree (Paul Gerhardt et al)LM
254 My song is love unknown (Samuel Crossman)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
255 In Jesus’ name, with one accord (William Hiley Bathurst)CM
256 Behold the amazing sight! (Philip Doddridge)SM
257 Awake, my soul, and rise (William Williams)SM
258 O perfect life of love! (Henry Williams Baker)SM
259 We wonder at the works of God (Joseph Hart)LM
260 Give me a sight, O Saviour (Katherine Agnes May Kelly)Irregular
261 Well we speak of Jesus’ blood (Joseph Hart)7 7. 7 7
262 O sacred head! once wounded (Bernard of Clairvaux)7 6. 7 6. D
263 Plunged in a gulf of dark despair (Isaac Watts)CM
264 There is a green hill far away (Cecil Frances Alexander)CM
265 Nature with open volume stands (Isaac Watts)LM
266 Sweet the moments, rich in blessing (William Walter Shirley)8 7. 8 7
267 To Calvary, Lord, in spirit now (Edward Denny)CM
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − His Resurrection and Ascension
see also Psalms: 2(1), 2(2), 24(2)
268 ‘Christ the Lord is risen today!’ (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
269 O humble souls who seek the Lord (Philip Doddridge)CM
270 God is gone up on high (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
271 Christ Jesus lay in death’s strong bands (Martin Luther)8 7. 8 7. 8 8 7
272 The golden gates are lifted up (Cecil Frances Alexander)CM
273 Our great Redeemer rose (Philip Doddridge)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
274 Hail the day that sees Him rise, (Charles Wesley et al)7 7. 7 7, with hallelujahs
275 O praise the risen Prince of Light (Isaac Watts)CM
276 Heavenly choirs are sounding (Frances Ridley Havergal)6 5. 6 5. D
277 The happy morn is come (Thomas Haweis)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
278 Jesus lives! thy terrors now (Christian Fürchtegott Geller)7 8. 7 8. 4
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − Jesus Reigning in Heaven
see also Psalms: 2(1), 2(2), 21, 45(1), 45(2), 45(3), 45(4), 45(5)
279 Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
280 O the delights, the heavenly joys (Isaac Watts)CM
281 Rejoice! the Lord is King (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
282 Now let our cheerful eyes survey (Philip Doddridge)CM
283 The head that once was crowned with thorns (Thomas Kelly)CM
284 Lamb of God, Who now art seated (James George Deck)8 7. 8 7. D
285 Hail! Thou once despisèd Jesus (John Bakewell)8 7. 8 7. D
286 Come, every thankful heart (Samuel Stennett)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
287 Before the throne of God above (Charitee Lees Bancroft)LM
288 Crown Him with many crowns (Matthew Bridges et al)DSM
289 Come, let us sing the song of songs (James Montgomery)LM
290 Ye servants of God (Charles Wesley)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
291 Rejoice, the Saviour reigns (John Ryland)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
292 He Who on earth as man was known (John Newton)CM
293 Where high the heavenly temple stands (Michael Bruce)LM
294 With joy we meditate the grace (Isaac Watts)CM
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST − His Second Advent and the Final Judgement
see also Psalms: 12, 50(1), 50(2), 50(3), 72(3)
295 Lo! He cometh! countless trumpets (John Cennick et al)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
296 Come, Lord, and tarry not (Horatius Bonar)SM
297 Lift your heads, ye friends of Jesus (Charles Wesley et al)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
298 Lo! what a glorious sight appears (Isaac Watts)CM
299 Thou art coming, O my Saviour (Frances Ridley Havergal)8 7. 8 8 7. 7 7. 7 7
300 The Lord shall come! the earth shall quake (Reginald Heber et al)LM
301 I am waiting for the dawning (Samuel Trevor Francis)8 7. 8 7. D
302 See the ransomed millions stand ( Josiah Conder)7 7. 7 7. D
303 Ten thousand times ten thousand (Henry Alford)7 6. 8 6. D
304 Day of judgement, day of wonders (John Newton)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
305 Lo! He comes with clouds descending (John Cennick et al)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
306 Thou Judge of quick and dead (Charles Wesley)DSM
307 Great God, what do I see and hear! (Anonymous et al)8 7. 8 7. 8 8 7
308 When Thou, my righteous Judge, shalt come (Lady Huntingdon’s Hymnbook)8 8 6. 8 8 6
THE HOLY SPIRIT
309 Away with our fears (Charles Wesley)5 5. 5 11
310 Holy Spirit! pity me (William Bunting et al)7 7. 7 7
311 Lord God the Holy Ghost (James Montgomery)SM
312 Stay, Thou insulted Spirit, stay (Charles Wesley et al)LM
313 Holy Spirit, from on high (William Hiley Bathurst et al)7 7. 7 7
314 O Breath of God, breathe on us now (Alfred Henry Vine)LM
315 Come, Holy Ghost, all-quickening fire! (Charles Wesley)8 8 8. D
316 Come to our poor nature’s night (George Rawson)7 7 7. 5
317 Spirit divine, attend our prayers (Andrew Reed)CM
318 Come, Holy Spirit, come (Joseph Hart et al)SM
319 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove (Isaac Watts)CM
320 Eternal Spirit! how we bless (Isaac Watts)LM
321 Dear Lord, and shall Thy Spirit rest (Anne Steele)LM
322 Spirit of faith, come down (Charles Wesley)DSM
323 Creator Spirit! by Whose aid (Latin)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
324 Enthroned on high, almighty Lord (Thomas Haweis)CM
325 Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire (Charles Wesley)CM
326 Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove (Simon Browne)LM
327 O Spirit of the living God (James Montgomery)LM
328 When shall I hear the inward voice (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
THE HOLY SCRIPTURES
see also Psalms: 19(2), 119(2), 119(3), 119(6), 119(10), 119(11), 119(12), 119(14)
329 Father of mercies, in Thy Word (Anne Steele)CM
330 O happy is the man who hears (Michael Bruce)CM
331 Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace (Benjamin Barton)CM
332 God, in the Gospel of His Son (Benjamin Beddome et al)LM
333 Come, Saviour Christ, our only Lord (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
334 The Spirit breathes upon the Word (William Cowper)CM
335 Break Thou the Bread of Life (Mary Artemisia Lathbury)6 4. 6 4. D
336 Inspirer of the ancient seers (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
337 The volume of my Father’s grace (Isaac Watts)CM
338 How precious is the book divine (John Fawcett et al)CM
THE GOSPEL CALL − Evangelism and Missions
see also Psalms: 10, 14, 19(1), 58, 60, 74(1), 74(2), 108, 126
339 Now may the Gospel’s conquering power (Thomas Kelly)LM
340 All thanks be to God (Charles Wesley)5 5. 5 11
341 O Christ, our true and only Light (Johann Heermann)LM
342 How long hast Thou bestowed Thy care (John Newton)LM
343 Revive Thy work, O Lord! (Albert Midlane)SM
344 Lord of the reapers, hear our lowly pleading (Frederic Goldsmith French)11 10. 11 10
345 The Saviour calls; let every ear (Anne Steele)CM
346 Lord of the harvest, hear (Charles Wesley)SM
347 Sow in the morn your seed (James Montgomery)SM
348 Thy presence, gracious God, afford (John Fawcett)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
349 Beside the Gospel pool, (John Newton)SM
350 Here at the Gospel pool, the poor (John Newton)CM
351 Behold the mountain of the Lord (Michael Bruce)CM
352 Father of mercies, bow Thine ear (Benjamin Beddome)LM
353 Bless Thy servants, Lord, uphold them (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
354 Sound, sound the Truth abroad (Thomas Kelly)6 6 4. 6 6 6. 4
THE GOSPEL CALL − The Pleadings of Grace
see also Psalms: 2(2), 94, 95, 107(2)
355 Come, ye sinners, poor and needy (Joseph Hart)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
356 Let every mortal ear attend (Isaac Watts)CM
357 Come, all souls by sin afflicted (Joseph Swain)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
358 ‘Come unto Me, ye weary’ (William Chatterton Dix)7 6. 7 6. D
359 Seek ye first, not earthly pleasure (Georgiana Mary Taylor)8 8 8. 3
360 Come to the Saviour now! (John Murch Wigner)6 6. 6 6. D
THE GOSPEL CALL − The Way of Grace Stated
see also Psalms: 1(2), 49(1), 49(2), 49(3), 53, 85(1), 85(2), 110, 115, 136(1), 136(2)
361 ‘All ye that pass by’ (Charles Wesley)5 5. 11. D
362 How sad our state by nature is! (Isaac Watts)CM
363 Surely Christ our griefs has borne (Augustus Montague Toplady)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
364 When wounded sore, the stricken soul (Cecil Frances Alexander)CM
365 ‘Sinners Jesus will receive’ (Erdmann Neumeister)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
366 Jesus, Thy message speaks within (Isaac Watts)LM
367 Happy the man who finds the grace (Charles Wesley)LM
368 The sinner that truly believes (Joseph Hart)8 8. 8 8. D
369 Eternal Light! Eternal Light! (Thomas Binney)8 6. 8 8 6
370 O precious words that Jesus said! (Fanny J. Crosby)CM
371 Our heavenly Father calls (Philip Doddridge)SM
THE GOSPEL CALL − Repentance and Faith
see also Psalms: 38(1), 38(2), 39(2), 39(3), 51(1), 51(2), 51(3), 51(4), 51(5), 63(1), 70(1), 79, 86, 88, 123, 130(1), 130(2)
372 Jesus, lover of my soul (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
373 Rock of Ages, cleft for me (Augustus Montague Toplady et al)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
374 Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat (John Newton et al)CM
375 Heal us, Emmanuel! we are here (William Cowper)CM
376 Depth of mercy, can there be (Charles Wesley et al)7 7. 7 7. D
377 I need Thee every hour (Annie Sherwood Hawks)6 4. 6 4, with refrain
378 With broken heart and contrite sigh (Cornelius Elven)LM
379 Lord, I confess to Thee (Horatius Bonar)6 4. 6 4. 6 6 4
380 O Thou Who hast redeemed of old (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
381 Come, my soul, your plea prepare (John Newton)7 7. 7 7
382 O the bitter shame and sorrow (Theodore Monod)8 7. 8 8 7
383 God made me for Himself, to serve Him here (Henry Williams Baker)10 10. 10 10
384 To whom, Lord, shall we go (Charles Wesley)SM
385 Out of my bondage, sorrow, and night (W. T. Sleeper)Irregular
386 Jesus, my All, to Heaven is gone (John Cennick)LM
387 Beneath the cross of Jesus (Elizabeth Cecilia Clephane)7 6. 8 6. 8 6. 8 6
388 Thou God of glorious majesty (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
389 Just as I am—without one plea (Charlotte Elliott)8 8 8. 6
390 Lord, I was blind, I could not see (William Tidd Matson)LM
391 Not what these hands have done (Horatius Bonar)SM
392 With glorious clouds encompassed round (Charles Wesley)CM
393 I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus (Frances Ridley Havergal)8 5. 8 3
394 Come, let us to the Lord our God (John Morison)CM
395 Loosed from my God, and far removed (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
396 Jesus, I will trust Thee (Mary Jane Walker)6 5. 6 5. D
397 O my Saviour, lifted (William Walsham How et al)6 5. 6 5
398 O teach me what it meaneth (Lucy Ann Bennett)7 6. 7 6. D
399 Jesus, the sinner’s Friend, to Thee (Charles Wesley)LM
400 Weary of earth, and laden with my sin (Samuel John Stone)10 10. 10 10
401 My faith looks up to Thee (Ray Palmer)6 6 4. 6 6 6. 4
402 I thought that I was strong, Lord (Joseph Denham Smith et al)7 6. 7 6. D
403 O Jesus, full of truth and grace (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
404 I bring my sins to Thee (Frances Ridley Havergal)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
405 Hear, gracious God, a sinner’s cry! (Samuel Medley)LM
406 Great God, when I approach Thy throne (William Hiley Bathurst)CM
407 Jesus! Redeemer, Saviour, Lord (Augustus Montague Toplady et al)CM
408 I hear Thy welcome voice (Lewis Hartsough)SM, with refrain
409 Not all the blood of beasts (Isaac Watts)SM
410 Jesus, if Thou art still today (Charles Wesley)CM
411 O for a glance of heavenly day (Joseph Hart et al)LM
412 Come, O Thou all-victorious Lord (Charles Wesley)CM
413 Infinite grief! amazing woe! (Isaac Watts)CM
414 O Saviour, I have nought to plead (Jane Crewdson)8 8. 8 6
415 Thou great mysterious God unknown (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
416 Physician of my sin-sick soul (John Newton)CM
417 O Lord, from Whom there’s nought concealed (John Newton)CM
418 Come, O Thou Traveller unknown (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
THE CHRISTIAN − Gratitude for Saving Grace and Electing Love
see also Psalms: 1(2), 18, 23(1), 23(2), 23(3), 23(4), 23(5), 28, 30(1), 30(2), 34, 40(1), 65, 66(1), 66(2), 71(2), 76(1), 76(2), 89(1), 89(2), 89(3), 107(1), 116(1), 116(2), 116(3), 116(4), 119(8), 124, 126, 138, 142, 146, 147(1)
419 Come and rejoice with me! (Elizabeth Rundle Charles)SM
420 And can it be that I should gain (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
421 I will sing of my Redeemer (Philip Bliss)8 7. 8 7. D
422 O Lord, enlarge our scanty thought (Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf et al)LM
423 Amazing grace! how sweet the sound (John Newton)CM
424 In lovingkindness Jesus came (Charlotte G. Homer)8 8 8. 6, with refrain
425 (1) Come, we that love the Lord (Version 1) (Isaac Watts)SM
425 (2) Come, we that love the Lord (Version 2) (Isaac Watts)SM
426 O Lord, I am Thine (Charles Wesley et al)5 5. 11. D
427 I sought the Lord, and afterward I knew (The Pilgrim Hymnal)10 10. 10 6
428 Grace! ’tis a charming sound (Philip Doddridge et al)SM
429 Forgiving Lord, how kind (John Kent)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
430 ’Twas with an everlasting love (John Kent)LM
431 Jesus, the sinner’s Friend! (Catherine Pennefather)SM
432 I heard the voice of Jesus say (Horatius Bonar)DCM
433 ’Tis not that I did choose Thee ( Josiah Conder)7 6. 7 6. D
434 In evil long I took delight (John Newton)CM
435 Lord, we confess our numerous faults (Isaac Watts)CM
436 Jesus, commissioned from above (Ambrose Serle)CM
437 O happy day, that fixed my choice (Philip Doddridge)LM
438 I was a wandering sheep (Horatius Bonar)DSM
THE CHRISTIAN − The World Renounced
see also Psalms: 1(1), 1(2), 73(1), 73(2), 119(13)
439 Thou only Sovereign of my heart (Anne Steele)LM
440 How vast the treasure we possess! (Isaac Watts)LM
441 Let worldly minds this world pursue (John Newton)CM
442 I thirst, but not as once I did (William Cowper)LM
443 Let shallow things of earth depart (Anne Steele)CM
THE CHRISTIAN − Desires for Holiness
see also Psalms: 15, 52(2), 81, 101, 119(1), 119(4), 119(5), 119(7), 119(9), 119(13)
444 Jesus, Thine all-victorious love (Charles Wesley)CM
445 We have not known Thee as we ought (Thomas Benson Pollock)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
446 So let our lips and lives express (Isaac Watts)LM
447 Jesus, my strength, my hope (Charles Wesley)DSM
448 We praise and bless Thee, gracious Lord (Carl Johann Philipp Spitta)CM
449 More gratitude give me; more trust in the Lord (Philip Bliss)11 11. 11 11
450 O for a heart to praise my God (Charles Wesley)CM
451 I asked the Lord that I might grow (John Newton)LM
452 Love divine, all loves excelling (Charles Wesley)8 7. 8 7. D
453 Lord, when our hearts perceive Thy worth (John Newton)LM
454 Centre of our hopes Thou art (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
455 O may my heart by grace renewed (John Fawcett)CM
456 I want a principle within (Charles Wesley)CM
THE CHRISTIAN − Dedication and Zeal
see also Psalms: 11, 40(2), 86, 119(14), 122(1), 134
457 Jesus, all-atoning Lamb (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
458 My gracious Lord, I own Thy right (Philip Doddridge)LM
459 Thy life was given for me (Frances Ridley Havergal)6 6. 6 6. 6 6
460 O Jesus, I have promised (John Ernest Bode)7 6. 7 6. D
461 Lord, in the fulness of my might (Thomas Hornblower Gill)CM
462 Give me the faith which can remove (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
463 Lord, speak to me, that I may speak (Frances Ridley Havergal)LM
464 Not, Lord, Thine ancient works alone (Thomas Hornblower Gill)8 8 6. 8 8 6
465 Jesus, our best belovèd Friend (James Montgomery)LM
466 Go, labour on, spend, and be spent (Horatius Bonar et al)LM
467 O Thou Who camest from above (Charles Wesley)LM
468 Take my life, and let it be (Frances Ridley Havergal)7 7. 7 7
469 Now, Saviour, now Thy love impart (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
470 Jesus, Master, Whose I am (Frances Ridley Havergal)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
471 Saviour! Thy dying love (Sylvanus Dryden Phelps)6 4. 6 4. 6 6. 6 4
472 Fill Thou my life, O Lord my God (Horatius Bonar)CM
473 Behold the servant of the Lord! (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
474 In full and glad surrender (Frances Ridley Havergal)7 6. 7 6
475 Jesus, I my cross have taken (Henry Francis Lyte)8 7. 8 7. D
476 O God, what offering shall I give (Joachim Lange)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
477 Zeal is that pure and heavenly flame (John Newton)CM
478 Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
THE CHRISTIAN − Courage and Trust in God
see also Psalms: 9, 20, 27, 44(1), 44(2), 44(3), 59, 64, 121(1), 121(2)
479 Soldiers of Christ, arise (Charles Wesley)SM
480 (1) A mighty fortress is our God (Version 1) (Martin Luther)8 7. 8 7. 6 6. 6 6 7
480 (2) A safe stronghold our God is still (Version 2) (Martin Luther)8 7. 8 7. 6 6. 6 6 7
481 Are we the soldiers of the Cross (Isaac Watts)CM
482 Who is on the Lord’s side? (Frances Ridley Havergal)6 5. 6 5. Ter
483 We come unto our fathers’ God (Thomas Hornblower Gill)8 7. 8 7. 8 8 7
484 Light of the world, Thy beams I bless (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
485 ‘Forward!’ be our watchword (Henry Alford)6 5. 6 5. Ter
486 I’m not ashamed to own my Lord (Isaac Watts)CM
487 Stand up! stand up for Jesus! (George Duffield)7 6. 7 6. D
488 Come, let us anew (Charles Wesley)5 5. 5 11
489 Now I have found the ground wherein (Johann Andreas Rothe)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
490 Awake, our souls; away, our fears (Isaac Watts)LM
491 My soul, triumphant in the Lord (Philip Doddridge)CM
492 Omnipotent Lord, my Saviour and King (Charles Wesley)10 10. 11 11
THE CHRISTIAN − Prayer in Affliction and Temptation
see also Psalms: 6, 7, 13(1), 13(2), 31(2), 39(1), 42(1), 42(2), 43(1), 43(2), 56, 61, 70(2), 83, 102, 109, 120(1), 130(1), 130(2)
493 God of my life, to Thee I call (William Cowper)LM
494 Encompassed with clouds of distress (Augustus Montague Toplady)8 8. 8 8. D
495 Still nigh me, O my Saviour, stand (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
496 Lord, I cannot let Thee go (John Newton)7 7. 7 7
497 Clouds and darkness round about Thee (Charlotte Elliott)8 7. 8 7. 7 7
498 Heavenly Father! to Whose eye ( Josiah Conder)7 7. 7 7
THE CHRISTIAN − Afflictions − Resting on the Promises
see also Psalms: 35(2), 62(1), 62(2), 143
499 Why should I fear the darkest hour (John Newton)8 8 8
500 Let me but hear my Saviour say (Isaac Watts)LM
501 Thou hidden source of calm repose (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
502 When fears arise and trials oppress (Augustus Montague Toplady)CM
503 Begone, unbelief (John Newton)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
504 In the floods of tribulation (Samuel Pearce)8 7. 8 7
505 ’Tis my happiness below (William Cowper)7 7. 7 7. D
506 My hope is built on nothing less (Edward Mote)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
507 Be still, my heart! all anxious cares (John Newton)LM
508 O why do mournful thoughts arise (Isaac Watts)CM
509 How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord (‘K’—in Dr John Rippon’s Selection)11 11. 11 11
510 How frail and fallible am I! (William Hiley Bathurst)LM
511 Though troubles assail (John Newton)5 5. 5 5. 6 5. 6 5
512 Head of the Church triumphant (Charles Wesley)7 7. 8 7
513 Sometimes a light surprises (William Cowper)7 6. 7 6. D
514 Why should I sorrow more? (William Williams et al)SM
515 Incarnate God! the soul that knows (John Newton)CM
516 Let not God’s praises grow (Richard Baxter)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
517 Away, distrustful care! (Richard Baxter et al)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
THE CHRISTIAN − Seeking to Persevere
see also Psalms: 25(2), 37(1), 54, 55, 78(2), 106, 119(6), 119(16), 141
518 O Lamb of God, still keep me (James George Deck)7 6. 7 6
519 God of love, that hearest prayer (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
520 O that I knew the secret place (Isaac Watts)CM
521 O for a closer walk with God (William Cowper)CM
522 When any turn from Zion’s way (John Newton)CM
523 Keep us, Lord, O keep us ever (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
524 Jesus, seek Thy wandering sheep (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
THE CHRISTIAN − Peaceful Trust
see also Psalms: 4(1), 4(2), 25(1), 62(1), 62(2), 112, 118(1), 118(2), 119(17), 131(1), 131(2)
525 I hear the words of love (Horatius Bonar)SM
526 Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin? (Edward Henry Bickersteth)10 10
527 For ever here my rest shall be (Charles Wesley)CM
528 O Lord, I would delight in Thee (John Ryland)CM
529 When peace, like a river, attendeth my way (Horatio Gates Spafford)11 8. 11 9
530 My long rebellious heart, O Lord (Richard Baxter)CM
THE CHRISTIAN − Patience and Resignation to God’s Will
see also Psalms: 77(1), 77(2), 119(6), 120(2), 123, 131(1), 131(2), 143
531 Lord, my times are in Thy hand ( Josiah Conder)7 7. 7 7
532 My God and Father, while I stray (Charlotte Elliott)8 8 8. 6
533 All the way my Saviour leads me (Fanny J. Crosby et al)8 7. 8 7. D
534 In heavenly love abiding (Anna Letitia Waring)7 6. 7 6. D
535 O God of Bethel, by Whose hand (Philip Doddridge et al)CM
536 Thy way, not mine, O Lord (Horatius Bonar)6 6. 6 6
537 Commit now all your griefs (Paul Gerhardt)SM
538 My heart is resting, O my God (Anna Letitia Waring)CM
539 And must I part with all I have (Benjamin Beddome)CM
540 Be still, my soul: the Lord is on your side (Katharina von Schlegel)10 10. 10 10. 10 10
541 My Father, it is good for me (George Rawson)CM
542 Leave God to order all thy ways (Georg Christian Neumark)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
543 Go not far from me, O my Strength (Anna Letitia Waring)8 6. 8 6. 8 6
544 Be with me, Lord, where’er I go (John Cennick)LM
545 Master, speak! Thy servant heareth (Frances Ridley Havergal)8 7. 8 7. 7 7
546 Hushed was the evening hymn (James Drummond Burns)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
547 Teach me Thy way, O Lord (B. Mansell Ramsey)6 4. 6 4. 6 6. 6 4
548 Father, I know that all my life (Anna Letitia Waring et al)8 6. 8 6. 8 6
549 Now, the sowing and the weeping (Frances Ridley Havergal)8 7. 8 7
THE CHRISTIAN − Humility
see also Psalms: 131(1), 131(2)
550 Blest are the humble souls that see (Isaac Watts)LM
551 O Jesus Christ, grow Thou in me (Johann Caspar Lavater)CM
552 Jesus! exalted far on high (Thomas Cotterill)CM
CHRISTIAN PRIVILEGES − Adoption
553 Behold the amazing gift of love (Scottish Paraphrases et al)CM
554 Behold, what wondrous grace (Isaac Watts)SM
555 Arise, my soul, arise (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
556 Honour and happiness unite (William Cowper)LM
557 Blessèd are the sons of God (Joseph Humphreys)7 7. 7 7
CHRISTIAN PRIVILEGES − Unchanging Love
see also Psalms: 31(1), 77(1), 77(2), 84(1), 84(2), 84(3), 84(4), 87(2), 89(1), 90(2), 137(1), 139(4)
558 How blest is life if lived for Thee (Prust’s Supplementary Hymnbook)LM
559 Loved with everlasting love (George Wade Robinson)7 7. 7 7. D
560 Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love (Charles Wesley)CM
561 O the deep, deep love of Jesus! (Samuel Trevor Francis)8 7. 8 7. D
562 Hark, my soul! it is the Lord (William Cowper)7 7. 7 7
563 Come, Thou Fount of every blessing (Robert Robinson)8 7. 8 7. D
564 There is a name I love to hear (Frederick Whitfield)CM
CHRISTIAN PRIVILEGES − Covenant Security
see also Psalms: 1(1), 1(2), 3, 23(1), 23(2), 23(3), 23(4), 23(5), 37(2), 41, 46(1), 46(2), 78(1), 84(2), 84(3), 84(4), 91(1), 91(2), 105, 111(1), 111(2), 114, 125, 129, 139(1), 146
565 Rejoice, believer, in the Lord (John Newton)CM
566 A sovereign protector I have (Augustus Montague Toplady)8 8. 8 8. D
567 With David’s Lord, and ours (John Kent)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
568 O Thou, the contrite sinner’s Friend (Charlotte Elliott)8 8 8. 6
569 I know not why God’s wondrous grace (Daniel Webster Whittle)CM, with refrain
570 Sovereign grace o’er sin abounding (John Kent)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
CHRISTIAN PRIVILEGES − Final Preservation
see also Psalms: 90(1), 90(2), 137(1), 140
571 Who shall the Lord’s elect condemn? (Isaac Watts)LM
572 Where God begins His gracious work (Albert Midlane)CM
573 O Lord, close to Thee we would cleave (Joseph Hart)8 8. 8 8
574 A debtor to mercy alone (Augustus Montague Toplady)8 8. 8 8
575 Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness (Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf)LM
576 Who shall condemn to endless flames (Benjamin Beddome)LM
577 From whence this fear and unbelief? (Augustus Montague Toplady)8 8 6. 8 8 6
CHRISTIAN PRIVILEGES − Communion with Jesus
see also Psalms: 63(1), 63(2)
578 Object of my first desire (Augustus Montague Toplady)7 7. 7 7. D
579 Jesus my Lord, my God, my All (Henry Collins)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
580 I could not do without Thee (Frances Ridley Havergal)7 6. 7 6. D
581 My best-belovèd keeps His throne (Isaac Watts)LM
582 Thou hidden Love of God, Whose height (Gerhard Tersteegen)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
583 O Jesus, Friend unfailing (Samuel Christian Gottfried Küster)7 6. 7 6. D
584 Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell (Isaac Watts)LM
585 It passes knowledge, that dear love of Thine (Mary Shekleton)10 10. 10 10. 4
586 O holy Saviour, Friend unseen (Charlotte Elliott)8 8 8. 6
587 My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine (Anon, London Hymn Book)11 11. 11 11
588 Who is this loved one in distress (Isaac Watts)LM
589 Emptied of earth I long to be (Augustus Montague Toplady)LM
590 I know that my Redeemer lives; what comfort (Samuel Medley)LM
591 O Love divine, how sweet Thou art! (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
592 My Lord, my life, my love (Isaac Watts)SM
593 Jesus, Thy boundless love to me (Paul Gerhardt)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
594 O mean may seem this house of clay (Thomas Hornblower Gill)CM
595 I lift my heart to Thee (Charles Edward Mudie)6 4. 6 4. 10 10
596 The good I have is from Christ’s stores supplied (Henry Francis Lyte)10 10. 10 10. 10 10
THE CHRISTIAN’S FUTURE − Death
see also Psalm: 38(3)
597 Often as death with solemn toll (John Newton)LM
598 There is an hour when I must part (Andrew Reed)CM
599 Abide with me: fast falls the eventide (Henry Francis Lyte)10 10. 10 10
600 Behold, the gloomy vale (Philip Doddridge)SM
601 Hark! a voice divides the sky (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
602 One sweetly solemn thought (Phoebe Cary)6 6. 6 6
603 That awesome day will surely come (Isaac Watts)CM
604 Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah (William Williams et al)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
605 Give me the wings of faith to rise (Isaac Watts)CM
606 The time is short ere all that live (Joseph Hoskins)LM
607 God of my life, through all my days (Philip Doddridge)LM
608 When this passing world is done (Robert Murray M’Cheyne)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
THE CHRISTIAN’S FUTURE − Burial
609 Why do we mourn departing friends (Isaac Watts)CM
610 (1) Now the Christian’s course is run (Version 1) (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
610 (2) Now the Christian’s course is run (Version 2) (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
611 Stand up! stand up for Jesus! (funerals) (George Duffield)7 6. 7 6. D
THE CHRISTIAN’S FUTURE − Resurrection
see also Psalm: 17(2)
612 Blest be the everlasting God (Isaac Watts)CM
613 We sing His love Who once was slain (Rowland Hill)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
614 I know that my Redeemer lives; this thought (John Williams)LM
THE CHRISTIAN’S FUTURE − Aspirations for Heaven
see also Psalms: 17(2), 24(1), 137(2)
615 My soul amid this stormy world (Robert Cleaver Chapman)CM
616 For ever with the Lord! (James Montgomery)DSM
617 There is a house not made with hands (Isaac Watts)CM
618 My rest is in Heaven, my rest is not here (Henry Francis Lyte)11 11. 11 11
619 Let me be with Thee where Thou art (Charlotte Elliott)LM
620 Descend from Heaven, Immortal Dove (Isaac Watts)LM
621 The sands of time are sinking (Anne Ross Cousin)7 6. 7 6. 7 6. 7 5
622 O for the robes of whiteness! (Charitee Lees Bancroft)7 6. 7 6
623 Now let our souls on wings sublime (Thomas Gibbons)LM
624 Leader of faithful souls, and Guide (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
625 O how I long to reach my home (Charlotte Elliott)CM
626 Far from these narrow scenes of night (Anne Steele)CM
THE CHRISTIAN’S FUTURE − Heaven
627 O what has Jesus bought for me! (Charles Wesley)CM
628 There is a land of pure delight (Isaac Watts)CM
629 Jerusalem on high (Samuel Crossman)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
630 Sweet place, sweet place alone (Samuel Crossman)6 6. 6 6. 4 4. 4 4
631 On Jordan’s stormy banks I stand (Samuel Stennett)CM
632 Lo, round the throne, a glorious band (Rowland Hill)LM
633 Away with our sorrow and fear! (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. D
634 O Paradise eternal! (Thomas Davis)7 6. 7 6
635 Who are these in bright array (James Montgomery)7 7. 7 7. D
636 How bright these glorious spirits shine! (Isaac Watts et al)CM
637 Brief life is here our portion (Bernard of Morlaix et al)7 6. 7 6. D
638 Jerusalem the golden (Bernard of Morlaix et al)7 6. 7 6. D
639 How soon! my God, my joys shall rise (Isaac Watts)CM
640 Jerusalem, my happy home (Joseph Bromehead et al)CM
641 Who are these arrayed in white (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
THE CHURCH − and Christian Fellowship
see also Psalms: 26, 45(1), 45(2), 45(3), 45(4), 45(5), 48(1), 48(2), 52(1), 68, 80(1), 80(2), 84(2), 87(1), 87(2), 107(1), 114, 122(1), 132, 133(1), 133(2), 133(3), 147(1)
642 Triumphant Zion, lift your head (Philip Doddridge)LM
643 Lord, from Whom all blessings flow (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
644 Blest be the tie that binds (John Fawcett)SM
645 We love Thy kingdom, Lord (Timothy Dwight)SM
646 Our friendship sanctify and guide (Charles Wesley)8 8 6. 8 8 6
647 Jesus, with Thy church abide (Thomas Benson Pollock)7 7. 7 7
648 How sweet, how heavenly is the sight (Joseph Swain)CM
649 Thou God of Truth and love (Charles Wesley)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
650 Zion stands by hills surrounded (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
651 Jesus, Lord, we look to Thee (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7
652 How great and glorious is the place (Isaac Watts)CM
653 Partners of a glorious hope (Charles Wesley)7 7. 7 7. D
THE CHURCH − Ordinances − Baptism
654 New-born souls who taste salvation (John Fawcett)8 7. 8 7
655 Witness, all men and angels now (Benjamin Beddome)CM
656 Come, Holy Spirit, Dove divine (Adoniram Judson)LM
THE CHURCH − Ordinances − The Lord’s Supper
657 Jesus, we thus obey (Charles Wesley)SM
658 Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face (Horatius Bonar)10 10. 10 10
659 According to Thy gracious Word (James Montgomery)CM
660 Lord, in this blest and hallowed hour ( Josiah Conder)LM
661 He lovèd me, and gave Himself for me (Fergus Ferguson)10 10. 10 10
662 How sweet and awesome is the place (Isaac Watts)CM
663 Amidst us our Belovèd stands (Charles Haddon Spurgeon)LM
664 Jesus invites His saints (Isaac Watts)SM
665 By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored (George Rawson)8 8 8. 4
666 Sweet feast of love divine! (Edward Denny)SM
667 Jesus, Thou everlasting King (Isaac Watts)LM
668 Sit down beneath His shadow (Frances Ridley Havergal)7 6. 7 6
669 Jesus our Lord invites us here (Isaac Watts)CM
PUBLIC WORSHIP AND THE LORD’S DAY
see also Psalms: 5, 118(3), 122(2)
670 Thou glorious Sun of Righteousness (Charlotte Elliott)LM
671 Come, let us with our Lord arise (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
672 Blest morning, whose first dawning rays (Isaac Watts)CM
673 This day, at Thy creating word (William Walsham How)LM
674 Awake, my soul, to God draw near (Thomas Ken)LM
675 Welcome, sweet day of rest (Isaac Watts et al)SM
676 Safely through another week (John Newton)7 7. 7 7. 7 7
677 Preserved by power divine (Charles Wesley)SM
678 O how blest the hour, Lord Jesus (Carl Johann Philipp Spitta)8 7. 8 7
679 To Thy temple I repair (James Montgomery)7 7. 7 7
680 Jesus, where’er Thy people meet (William Cowper)LM
681 My God, is any hour so sweet (Charlotte Elliott)8 8 8. 4
682 Speak to us, Lord, Thyself reveal (Charles Wesley)CM
683 Stand up and bless the Lord (James Montgomery)SM
684 Lo! God is here! let us adore (Gerhard Tersteegen)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
685 O praise our God today (Robert Walmsley)6 6 8. 6 6 8
686 In Thy name, O Lord, assembling (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
687 Jesus, we look to Thee (Charles Wesley)SM
688 Light up this house with glory, Lord (John Harris et al)CM
689 We love the place, O God (William Bullock et al)6 6. 6 6
690 O Thou, the hope of Israel’s host (Philip Doddridge et al)LM
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Meetings for Prayer
691 Great King of Zion, now (Benjamin Francis)6 6. 6 6. 8 8
692 From every stormy wind that blows (Hugh Stowell)LM
693 Behold the throne of grace! (John Newton)SM
694 Where two or three, with sweet accord (Samuel Stennett)LM
695 Lord, teach us how to pray aright (James Montgomery)CM
696 O God, Who didst Thy will unfold ( Josiah Conder)LM
697 Great Shepherd of Thy people, hear (John Newton)CM
698 What various hindrances we meet (William Cowper)LM
699 Our heavenly Father, hear (James Montgomery)SM
700 What a Friend we have in Jesus (Joseph Medlicott Scriven et al)8 7. 8 7. D
701 Jesus, Thou sovereign Lord of all (Charles Wesley)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
702 Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire (James Montgomery)CM
703 Sweetly our praise awakes (Charles Haddon Spurgeon)SM
704 Head of the Church and Lord of all (Joseph Tritton)LM
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Prayer for Children
705 Lord, for our children we would plead (Thomas Hastings et al)CM
706 God of mercy, hear our prayer (Thomas Hastings)7 7. 7 7
707 These children, Lord, in faith and prayer (Thomas Haweis)CM
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Thankfulness for Harvest
708 Praise, O praise our God and King (Henry Williams Baker)7 7. 7 7
709 Come, ye thankful people, come (Henry Alford)7 7. 7 7. D
710 Praise, O praise the Lord of harvest (James Hamilton et al)8 5. 8 3
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Opening and Closing Year
711 Great God, we sing that mighty hand (Philip Doddridge)LM
712 Another year is dawning (Frances Ridley Havergal)7 6. 7 6
713 Come, let us anew (New Year) (Charles Wesley)5 5. 5 11
714 For Thy mercy and Thy grace (Henry Downton)7 7. 7 7
715 Standing at the portal (Frances Ridley Havergal)6 5. 6 5. D, with refrain
716 At Thy feet, our God and Father (James Drummond Burns)8 7. 8 7
717 The New Year, Lord, we welcome make (Thomas Hornblower Gill)CM
718 My helper God! I bless His name (Philip Doddridge)LM
719 Now through another year (John Newton)SM
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Christian Marriage
see also Psalms: 127, 128
720 O perfect Love, all human thought transcending (Dorothy Frances Gurney)11 10. 11 10
721 Lord, Who at Cana didst appear (John Berridge)CM
722 O God, Who didst from Adam’s side ( Josiah Conder)8 8. 8 8. 8 8
723 O happy home, where Thou art loved the dearest (Carl Johann Philipp Spitta)11 10. 11 10
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Evening Prayer
724 Ere I sleep, for every favour (John Cennick)8. 3 3. 6
725 At even, ere the sun was set ( Henry Twells)LM
726 All praise to Thee, my God, this night (Thomas Ken)LM
727 Another Sabbath ended (Thomas Vincent Tymms)7 6. 7 6. D
728 Through the day Thy love has spared us (Thomas Kelly)8 7. 8 7. 7 7
TIMES, SEASONS AND SPECIFIC OCCASIONS − Dismission and Parting
729 Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing (John Fawcett)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
730 And though our bodies part (Charles Wesley)SM
731 For a season called to part (John Newton)7 7. 7 7
732 Once more, before we part (Joseph Hart)SM
733 May the grace of Christ our Saviour (John Newton)8 7. 8 7
734 Grant us, Lord, some gracious token (Thomas Kelly et al)8 7. 8 7. 4 7
735 Blest be the dear uniting love (Charles Wesley)CM
736 Often the public means of grace (John Newton)8 8 6. 8 8 6
737 Now may the God of peace and love (Thomas Gibbons)CM
738 Now may He, Who from the dead (John Newton)7 7. 7 7