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Great Father of mankind !
Great Father of our feeble race
Great Former of this various frame!
Great Framer of unnumbered worlds
Great God! attend, while Zion sings
Great God, how infinite art thou !
Great God! in vain man's narrow view
Great God! let all our tuneful powers
Great God, my Father and my Friend .
Great God! the followers of thy Son
Great God! this sacred day of thine
Great God, we sing that mighty hand
Great God, whose universal sway
Great is the Lord our God!
Great Lord of earth, and seas, and skies
Great Ruler of all nature's frame
Great Ruler of the earth and skies
Great Source of life and light .
Great Source of life, our souls confess .
Great Source of unexhausted good
Green pastures and clear streams
Guide me, O thon great Jehovah
Hail the day that sees him rise
Hail to the Lord's anointed!
Hail to the Sabbath day!
Happy the man, whose cautious steps
Happy the meek, whose gentle breast .
Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes !
Hark! what celestial sounds
Hath not thy heart within thee burned
Hear, O my people! to my law
Hear what God, the Lord, hath spoken
Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims
Heave, mighty ocean, heave
He dies ! the friend of sinners dies !
He knelt, — the Saviour knelt and prayed
Here, gracious God! do thou
Here hope and faith their links unite
Here, in the broken bread
Here to the High and Holy One
High on a hill of dazzling light
Holy and reverend is the name.
Holy Father, thou hast taught me
Holy Spirit, from on high
Holy Spirit! source of gladness
How are thy servants blest, O Lord !
How beauteous are their feet
How beautiful the sight
How blest are they, O gracious Lord
How blest are they who always keep
How blest is he, who ne'er consents
How blest the righteous when he dies !
How blest the sacred tie that binds
How did my heart rejoice to hear
How gentle God's commands !
How gracious and how wise
How happy is he born and taught
How large the promise, how divine
How little of ourselves we know .
How long shall dreams of earthly bliss
How pleasant, how divinely fair
How precious is the book divine
How rich the blessings, O my God
How rich thy gifts, Almighty King!
How shall the young secure their hearts
How shall we praise thee, Lord of light?
How sweet, how calm, this Sabbath morn! .
How sweetly flowed the Gospel's sound
How sweet to hail the early dawn
How sweet, upon this sacred day
How swift the torrent rolls
How vast the treasure we possess !
How welcome thy returning beams
How wondrous great, how glorious bright
I am free! I am free! I have broken away .
If death my friend and me divide
Jf, in a temple made with hands .
If Providence to try my heart .
If solid happiness we prize .
I lift my heart to thee
I'll praise my Maker with my breath
Imposture shrinks from light
In glad amazement, Lord, I stand
In Israel's fane, by silent night .
In Judah’s rugged wilderness
In paths unknown God leads us on .
In pleasant lands have fallen the lines
In sleep's serene oblivion laid
Interval of grateful shade
In the broad fields of heaven
In the cross of Christ I glory
In the morning I will pray
In the soft season of thy youth
In time of tribulation
In trouble and in grief, O God
In vain the erring world inquires
In vain we thus recall to mind
I sing the almighty power of God
Israel's Shepherd, guide us, feed us
Is there no kind, no lenient art.
“ Is this a fast for me?”
It is finished ! glorious word
It is the hour of prayer
I travel all the irksome night
I want a principle within
I want the spirit of power within
I would not live alway: I ask not to stay
Jehovah God! thy gracious power
Jerusalem ! my glorious home!
Jesus, and can it ever be .
Jesus, Lover of my soul
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
Jesus, Friend of man
Jesus, we thy promise claim
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
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
“Lovest 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 weeks, 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 thee! 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