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John was the prophet of the Lord
Joy to the world! the Lord is come!
Just as I am, — without one plea
Know, my soul, thy full salvation
Laborers of Christ, arise
Leader of Israel's host, and Guide
Let all the heathen writers join.
Let everlasting glories crown
Let every mortal ear attend
Let faith arise and climb the hills
Let not the wise their wisdom boast.
Let one loud song of praise arise
Let others boast how strong they be.
Let party names no more
Let plenteous grace descend on those
Let us with a joyful mind
Light immortal ! Light divine !
Like shadows gliding o'er the plain
Lo, God is here ! let us adore
Lo, my Shepherd's hand divine !
Look back, my soul, with grateful love
Lord ! before thy presence come
Lord ! deliver ; thou canst save
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing
Lord, from thine inmost glory send .
Lord, have mercy when we pray
Lord, how secure and blest are they .
Lord, I believe a rest remains
Lord, I believe; thy power I own
Lord, I have made thy word my choice
Lord ! in heaven, thy dwelling-place
Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear
Lord, in the unbeginning years
Lord, lead the way the Saviour went
Lord of the Sabbath ! hear our vows
Lord of the wide extended main !
Lord of the worlds above
Lord of the worlds below!
Lord, teach us how to pray aright
Lord, thou art good ! all nature shows .
Lord! thou didst arise and say
Lord, thou, with an unerring beam
Lord! we adore thy vast designs
Lord! we have made our steadfast choice!.
Lord, we have wandered from thy way
Lord, when I quit this earthly stage
Lord! when we bend before thy throne
Lord! while for all mankind we pray
Lord, with glowing heart I 'll praise thee
Lo! the day of rest declineth.
Lo, the lilies of the field !
Love divine, all love excelling
Lorest thou me?” I hear my Saviour say
Lowly and solemn be
Mark the soft-falling snow
May I resolve, with all my heart
May the grace of Christ, our Saviour
Millions within thy courts have been
Mighty God! the first, the last!
Morning breaks upon the tomb!
My country, 't is of thee
My days, and wecks, and months, and years
My dear Redeemer and my Lord
My Father!- cheering name!
My Father! I adore
My Father, let me hear thy voice
My God! all nature owns thy sway
My God, I thank thce! may no thought
My God, my everlasting hope .
My God, my King! thy various praise
My God, my strength, my hope
My God! permit me not to be
My God, the steps of pious men
My God, the visits of thy face
My God! thy boundless love I praise
My God, thy service well demands
My gracious Lord! whose changeless love
My gracious God, I own thy right
My helper, God! I bless his name
My Maker and my King
My Shepherd is the living Lord
My soul before Thee prostrate lies
My soul, inspired with sacred love
My soul, repeat his praise
My soul shall praise thee, O my God!
Naked, as from the earth we came
Nature with eternal youth
Not e'en a sparrow yields its breath
Not here, where met to think on Him
Not to the terrors of the Lord
Not with terror do we meet
Now doth the sun ascend the sky.
Now let our voices join
Now let the world agree
Now may He, who from the dead
Now Morning lifts her dewy veil .
Now that the sun is beaming bright .
Now the shades of night are gone
Now to the Lord a noble song!
O all ye nations, praise the Lord .
O blessed souls are they
O bless the Lord, my soul !
O bow thine ear, Eternal One! .
O cease, my wandering soul
O come, loud anthems let us sing
O could we speak the matchless worth
O draw me, Father, after thee.
O'er mountain-tops, the mount of God
O'er the dark wave of Galileo
O Father! humbly we repose
O Father! though the anxious fear .
O Father ! with protecting care
O for a closer walk with God
O God, accept the sacred hour
O God! mine inmost soul convert
O God, that mad'st the earth and sky
O God, thou art my God alone.
O God, to thee my sinking soul
O God! to thee our hearts would pay
O God! we praise thee, and confess
O God! whose dread and dazzling brow .
O God, whose presence glows in all
O happy Christian, who can trust
O happy is the man who hears
O happy soul, that lives on high
O happy they who know the Lord
O help us, Lord! each hour of need.
O, if thy brow, serene and calm
0, in the morn of life, when youth.
O know ye not that ye .
“O learn of me," the Saviour cried
O let my trembling soul be still
O Lord ! my best desires fulfil .
O Lord of life, and truth, and grace
O Lord, our fathers oft have told
O Lord ! our Heavenly King
O Lord, thy heavenly grace impart
O Lord! where'er thy people meet
O my soul, unceasing pray
Once more, my soul, the rising day
One prayer I have, — all prayers in one
O not by solemn rites alone
“ () not for these alone I pray”
O not to crush with abject fear
On the dewy breath of even
On thee, each morning, O my God!
On the first Christian Sabbath eve
On, through Judæa's palmy plain
On thy Church, 0 Power Divine
Open, Lord, my inward ear.
O praise ye the his greatness proclaim
O richly, Father, have I been
O sacred Head, now wounded
O say not, think not, heavenly notes
O sinner, bring not tears alone
O Source divine, and Life of all
O Source of uncreated light
O Spirit of the living God! .
O stay thy tears; for they are blest .
O suffering Friend of human kind!
O that I as a little child.
O that my heart was right with Thee
O that the Lord would guide my ways
0 Thou, from whom all goodness flows
O Thou, in whom the weary find
0 Thou that hearest prayer .
O Thou that hear'st when sinners cry
O Thou, to whom, in ancient time
O Thou to whose all-searching sight
O Thou, who all things dost control
O Thou, who hast at thy command .
O Thou whose power o'er moving worlds presides
O timely happy, timely wise
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed
Our Father God! not face to face
Our Father, throned above the sky!
Our Father! through the coming year
Our Heavenly Father calls
Our Heavenly Father, hear
Our sins, alas ! how strong they be!
Our souls with pleasing wonder view
( what is life ? — 't is like a flower
O where are kings and empires now
O who shall say he knows the folds
() ye immortal throng