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Glory to thee whose powerful word
Glorious things of thee are spoken
God is my strong salvation
Great God, where'er we pitch our tent'.

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Hark! the Jubilee is sounding

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Hark! hark! what sounds are those, &c.

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Haill sov'reign love that first began

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How lost was my condition

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How sweet the name of Jesus sounds

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How happy every child of grace

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Hosanna to Jesus, I'm fill'd with his praises 82
How firm a foundation, ye saints, &c.

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Hark, listen to the trumpeters

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Ilear what God the Lord hath spoken

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Hail the blest morn when ine great, &c. 153
Hark! the heralds of salvation

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Hark! my soul, it is the Lord

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Hear the royal proclamation

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Hail the day so long expected .

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How beautiful the sight

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His mercies in Jesus renew'u,

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How dreadful is the sinner's fate

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How often, Lord, have I believed

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Hail, happy believer in Jesus !

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Hark the song of jubilee

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How sweet to reflect on those joys

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How sad are the moments when wandering, &c. 239
How strange is the course that a Christian, &c. 244
He lives who lives to God alone

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How peaceful is the closing scene

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Hasten, O Lord, the latter day

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How welcome is this news

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Help, O help, my great Creator

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How pleasant are these tents, O Lord

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Hail the happy consummation

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In evil long I took delight
I'in tired with visits, modes, and forms
I long to see the season come

in on the road to Canaan, &c. :
is all my Lord's appointed ways

God let all his saints rejoice

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“ I love the Lord" is still the strain

've 'listed in the holy war
I love thee, I love thee, I love thee, &c. .
In vain my fancy strives to paint
In the floods of tribulation
In de dark woods, no Indian nigh
IR time of tribulation
I take thee at thy gracious word,
If life's pleasures charm thee
I love my blessed Saviour
I am on iny way to heaven
If death my friend and me divide
Is God's peculiar people mine
In age and feebleness extreme

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Jesus! thou art the sinner's friend
Jesus, I love thy charming name
Jesus, at thy coinmand
Jesus! and shall it ever be
Jerusalem my happy home
Jesus, while he dwelt below
Jesus, God of our salvation
Jesus, Lord, our hearts inspire

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Laden with guilt, sinners arise
Let thy kingdom, blessed Saviour
Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friends
Lo! we see the sign appearing
Lord our ransom'd souls adore thee
Lord, when together here we meet
Lord of the wide extended main
Lord, and am I yet alive
Lord, without thy great salvation
Let all men rejoice in Jesus restored
Let wordly minds the world pursue
My days, my weeks, my months, &c.
Mercy, 0 thou son of David
'Mid scenes of confusion, &c.
My dearest friends in bands of love
My heart and my tongue shall unite
Mercy alone can meet my case
My gracious Redeemer I love
Many voices seem to say

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Messiah full of grace
My Saviour from the wrath to come
May the grace of Christ our Saviour.
No words can declare, nor fancy, &c.
Nay, I cannot let thee go
Now in Jesu's name, I pray
Now glory be to God, we can hear, &c.
Naked into the world I came
Now, brethren, to your homes repair

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O hearken sinners, we have cause
O! give ine, Lord, my sins to mourn
On the brink of fiery ruin
O for a breeze of heavenly love
O why should unbelief
O how I have long'd for the coming of God
O Jesus my Saviour, to thee I subinit
O Jesus my Saviour, I know thou art, &c.
O God, my heart with love inflame
O Zion, afflicted with wave upon wave
O when shall I see Jesus
O that I had some humble place
Our souls by love together knit
O may 1 :vorthy prove to see
O how charming, o how charming
O thou in whose presence, &c.
O that I had a faithful friend
Our Master, Jesus, reign'd above
O Lord, how great's the favour
O iny Lord! I've often mused
On ye young, ye gay, ye proud
O for that bright and glorious day
O'er the realms of Pagan darkness
O joyful thought, O rapturous words
O Lord, our grateful tongues would fain
O mighty growth of deathless seed
Oft hast thou Lord in tender love
O thou faithful God of love
O thou whose wise paternal love
Our joy is a created good
O Spirit of the living God
O how extensive is thy grace
O let Jehovah's liberal hand

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O how shah a siuner perform
O Father of all, who fillest with good
O come, let us sing to the Lord
O the scene when this material
Our gracious Father, God, and King
Open a window in our breasts
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire
Prepare a thankful song
Peace be to this habitation
Prest, my soul, with future prospect
Pilgrim, burdend with thy sin
Praise we him by whose kind favour.
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Richest source of purest pleasure
Rejoice, my friends, the Lord is king
Rise my soul and stretch thy wings
Returning to his throne above
Saw ye my Saviour, &c.
Stretch'd on the cross the Saviour dies
Stop, poor sinner, stop and think
Sinner, hear the Saviour's call
Stop, poor sinner, and look yonder
Sinner, art thou still secure
Sinners, the warning hear
Saviour, visit thy plantation
Saviour, I do feel thy merit
Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
Sweet muse descend, and bless the shade
Sweet to rejoice in lively hope
Sweet rivers of redeeming love
See the eternal Judge descending
Sing to the Lord above
Shail foolish, weak, short-sighted man
She saw, she took, she ate
Stay, thou too happy sinner, stay
Saviour, who ready art to hear
Sing we the song of those who stand
See how the Scriptures are fulfilling
Saviour, give us power to pray
See Israel's gentle shepherd stands
Sweet were the sounds that reach'd our ears
See ye heirs of sure salvation

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Sometimes a light surprises
Satan, the world, and sin
Servant of God, well done
Stand up and bless the Lord
Songs of praise the angels sang

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The Son of man they did betray
Throughout the Saviour's life we trace
Thou sweet gliding Kedron, &c.
The voice of free grace, cries escape, &c.
The gospel's joyful sound
There is a heaven o'er yonder skies
There is a land of pleasure
The Lord himself, the mighty Lord'
Through tribulations deep
The people called Christians, &c.
The Lord's into his garden come
The sacred ties of friendship
The wondrous love of Jesus
There we shall reign with Jesus
There is a holy city
The glorious day is drawing nigh
To Jesus the crown of my hope
Though in the outward church below
The fields are all white, &c.
The old Israelites knew what it was, &c.
They must be as the troubled sca
The chariot! the chariot ! its wheels, &c.
The long expected morn
This world is all a fizeting show
The Lord shall come l the earth shall quake
The children's angels always view
The harvest of my joys is past
The men who slight thy faiihful word
The saints on earth and those above
The sentence passed on Adam's race
Thee in the watches of the night
Thou, Lord, hast bless'd my going out
The wretched man of sorrow
To see a pilgziin as he dies
The schools of scribes and courts of kings
The great God of love, now hath shined
There is a fountain fill'd with blood
Tempted, tossed, troubled spirit

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