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Kor be is goott, supremely good, and kind are all his ways.

2 All nature owns bis guardian care, in him we live and move;

But nobler henefits declare the wonders of his love.

3 He gave bis Son, his only Son, to ransom rehel worms;

Tis here he makes his goodness known in its diviner forms.

4 To this dear refuge, Lord, we come, *tis here our hope relies;

A safe defence, a peaceful home,

when storms of trouble rise. 5 Thine eye heholds, with kind regard,

the souls who trust in thee; Their bumble hope thou wilt reward,

with bliss divinely free. JB Great God, to thy Almighty love,

what honours shall we raise! Not all the angelic songs above

can render equal praise.
HYMN 44.
Morninr Hymn.

AWAKE, my soul, and with the sun
Thy daily course of duty run;
Shake on~dull sloth,and early rise
To pay thy morning sacrifice.

2 Kedeem thy misnent tune that's past;
Live this day, as if 'twere thy last:
To improve thy talents take due care;
'Gainst the great day thyself prepare.

3 Let alt thy converse be sincere.
Thy conscience as the noon-clay clear:
Think how the ail-seeing God, thy ways
And ail thy secret thoughts surveys.

4 Wake, and lift up thyself, my heart,
And with the angels hear thy part;
Who all night long unwearied sing
Glory to thee, eternal King.

5 I wake. I wake, ye heavenly choir;
May your devotion me inspire;
That I like you my age may spend*
Like you may on iny God attend.

6 May I like you in God delight,
Have all day longmy God in sight;
Perform like you my Maker's will:
O! may I never more do ill.

7 Glory to thee, who safe hast kept,
And bast refresh'd me while I slept:
Grant, Lord, -when I from death shall
I may of endless life partake. [wake,

8 Lord, I my vows to thee renew;
Scatter my sins as morning dew;
Guard my first spring of tho't and will,
And with thyself my spirit fill.

9 Direct, control, suggest this day,
All I design, or do, or say,

That all my powers, with all their might, In thy sole glory may unite.

10 Praise God, from whom all blessings

flow
Praise him, all creatures here.below;
Praise bim above, ye angelic ho*t;
Praise Father, Son, and Uoh- tffrust'
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HYMN 45.
Evening Hymn.

GLORY to thee, my God, ibis night,
For all the blessings of the light:
Keep me, O keep me, King of kings,
Under thy own Almighty wings.

2 Forgive me, Lord, for thy dear Son, The ilfc tliat I this day have done; That with the world, myself, and thee. 1, ere I sleep, at peace may he.

3 Teach me to live, that i may dread
The grave as little as my bed;
Teach me to die, that so I may
Triumphing rise at the last day.

4 O may my soul on thee repose,

And with sweet sleep mine eyelids close Sleep, that may me more vigorous make, To serve my God, when I awake.

5 When in the night I sleepless lie,

My soul with heavenly thoughts supply:
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest,
No powers of darkness me molest

6 Let my blest guardian, while I sleep, Close to my bed his vigils keep; Divine love into me instil,

Stop all the avenues of ill.

7 Tho't to tho't with my soul converse, Celestial joys to me rehearse;

And in my stead, all the night long,
Sing to my God a grateful song.

8 Praise God, from whom allblessing*

flow.
Praise him,all creatures here below;
Praise him above, ye angelic host;
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
HYMN 46.
Paraphrase of the lOOfA Psalm,

BEFORE Jehovah's awful throne,
Ye nations, bow with sacred joy;
Know that the Lord is God alone;
He can create, and he destroy.

2 His sovereign power, without our aid, Made us of clay, and form'd us men; And when like wandering sheep we

stray'd,
He brought us to his fold again.

3 We are his people, we his care,
Our souls,and all our mortal frame)
What lasting honours shall we rear,
Almighty Maker, to thy name?

4 We'll crowd thy gates with thankfu'

songs, High as the heaven our voices raise; And earth,with her ten thousand tongue*, Shall fill thy courts with sounding praise*

5 Wide as the world is thy command. Vast as eternity thy love;

Firm as a rock thy truth mnst stand.
When rolling years shall cease to mu\e.
'HYMN 47.
Praise to the Redeemer.

TO our Redeemer's glorious name
anake the sacred songi
0 nrvy his love (immortal name!;
tiu'e every heart and tongue.

2 His love, what mortal tho't can reach? what mortal tongue display i

Imagination's utmost stretch in wonder dies away.

3 lie left his radiant throne on high, left the bright realms of bliss,

And came to earth to blood and die! was ever love like this?

4 Dear Lord, while we adoring pay our humble thanks to thee;

May every heart with rapture say, u The Saviour died for me."

5 O may the sweet, the blissful theme
fill every heart and tongue;

Till strangers love thy charming name,
and join the sacred song.
HYMN 48.
Communion with, Christ.

TO Jesus, our exalted Lord,
That name, in heaven and earth
adored,
Fain would our hearts and voices raise
A cheerful song of sacred praise.
2 But all the notes which mortals know,
Are weak, and languishing, and low;
Far, far above our humble songs,
The theme demands immortal tongues.

5 Yet whilst around his board we meet, And worship at his sacred feet;

O let our warm affections move,
In glad returns of grateful love.
4 Yes, Lord, we love and we adore,
Butlontr to know and love thee more;
And whilst we tsmtc the bread and wine,
Desire to feed on joys divine.

6 Let faith our feeble senses aid,
To see thy wondrous love display'd;
Thy broken flesh, thy bleeding veins,
Thy dreadful agonising pains.

6 Let humble penitential woe,
With painful pleasing' anguish flow;
And thy forgiving love impart,
Life, hope and joy to every heart.
HYMN 49.
The Lord's Day.

WELCOM K. sweet day of rest,
that saw the Lord arise;
Welcome to this reviving breast,

and these rejoicing eyes. 2 The King himself comes near

to feast his saints to-day; Here may we sit, and see him here,

and love, and praise, and pray• One day amidst the place

where Jesus is within. Is better than ten thousand dayi

of pleasure and of sin. 4 My willing soul would stay

in such a frame as this, Ull it is ful Td to soar away

to everlasting bliss.

HYMN SO.

Preparations for religious Worship.

FAR from my thoughts, vain world, be LetmyieligioushoursaWne; [£pi»,

From flesh and sense I would be free, And hold communion, Lord, with thee.

2 My heart grows warm with holy fire, And kindles with a pure desire,

To see thy grace, to taste thy love,
And feel thine influence from above.

3 When I can say that God is mine,
When I can see thy glories shine,

1 tread the world beneath my feet, And all that men call rich and great.

4 Send comfort down from thy righ

hand, To cheer me in this barren land; And in thy temple let me know The joys that from thy presence flow. HYMN 51. Thine Eyes shall see the King in his beauty. Isaiah xxxili. 17.

SHOULD nature's charms, to please ti: in sweet assemblage join, [eye.

All nature's charms would droop and die, Jesus, compared with thine.

2 Vain were her fairest heams display7*!, and vain her blooming stce;

Her brightness languisltes to shade, her beauty Is no more.

3 ltntah, hoxv far from mortal sight the Lord of glory dwells'

A veil of interposing night his radiant face conceals.

4 O could my longing spirit rise on strong immortal wine,

And reach thy palace in the skies', my Saviour and my King!

5 There thousands worship at thy fee* and there (divine employ !)

The triumphs of thy love repeat, in songs of endless joy.

6 Thy presence beams eternal day o'er all the blissful place;

Who would not drop this load of clay, and die to see tliv face *

HYMN 52. The Excellency and Sufficiency *f tks

Scriptures.

FATHER of mercies! in thy word
what endless glory shines *
For ever l'e thy name adored
for these celestial lines.

2 Here mny the wretched sons of want exhaust less riches find;

Riches above what earth can grant, and lasting as the mind.

3 Here the fair tree of knowledge gro*i. and yields a free repast;

Sublimer sweets than nature knovs invite the longing taste.

4 Here the Redeemer's welcome voice spreads heavenly peace around;

And life and everlasting joys

attend the blissful sound. 4 0 may these heavenly pages be

my ever dear delight; And still new beauties may I see.

aad still increasing ligfeb

6 Divine Instructor, gracious Lord,

be thou forever near; Teach me to love thy sacred word. aud view mv Saviour there.

HYMN 53.

The Seasons crowned witn Goodness.

Psalm lxv. 11.

ETERNAL source of every joy I
Well may thy praise our lips em-
While in thy temple we appear, [ploy,
To hail thee, sovereign of the year.
2 Wide as the wheels of nature roll,
Thy ha ud supportsand guides the whole:
The sun is taught by thee to rise,
And darkness when to veil the skies.
.'J The flowery spring at thy command,
Perfumes the air, and paints the land;
The summer rays with rigour shine
To raise the corn and cheer the vine.

4 Thy hand in autumn richly pours Through at) our coasts redundant stores; And winters, soften'd by thy care,

No more the face of horror wear.

5 Seasons, aad months, and weeks, and

days, Demand successive songs of praise; And he the grateful homage paid, With morning light and evening shade.

6 Here in thy house let incense rise,
And circling sabbaths bless our eyes,
Till to those lofty heights we soar,
Where days and years revolve no more.

HYMN 54.
A Funeral Thought.

HARK! from the tombs, a mournful my ears, attend the cry: [sound, '■ Ye living men, come view the ground '* where you must shortly"lie.

2 "Princes, this clay must be your bed, "in spile of all your towers!

"The tall, the wise, the reverend head t' must tie as low as ours."

3 Great God! is this our certain doom? and are we still secure?

Still walking downward to the tomb; and yet prepare no more?

4 Grattt us the power of quickening

grace, to fit our souls to fly; Then, when we drop this dying flesh, we'll rise above the sky. HYMN 55. A Charity Hymn.

LORD of life, oil praise excelling, thou, in glory unconnned, DeignV to make thy humble dwelling with the poor of humble mind.

2 As thy love, through all creation, heams like thy diffusive light;

So the scorn'd and humble station shrinks hefore thine equal sight.

3 Thus thy care, for all providing, warm'd thy faithful prophet's tong-ie;

Who, the lot of all deciding, to thy chosen Israel sung

4 Wlien thine harvestyic/ustnee pleasure, thou the golden sheaf shalt bind;

To the poor helongs the treasure
of the scatter'd ears hehind.
Chorus.
These thy God ordains to bless
The widow and the fatherless.

5 When thine olive plants increasing,
pour their plenty o'er thy plain,

Grateful thou shalt take the blessing but not search the bow again. Chorus. These, &c.

6 When thy favour'd vintage flowing, gladdens thy autumnal scene,

Own the bounteous hand hestowing, but thy vines the poor shall glean Chorus..' These, &.c.

7 Still we read thy word declaring mercy, Lord, thine own decree \

Mercy, every sorrow sharing, warms the heart resembling thee.

8 StlU the orphan and the stranger, still the widow owns thy care,

Screen'd by thee in every danger,
heard by thee in every prayer.

Hallelujah, Amen*
HYMN 56.
At the Ordination or Institution of a
Minister.

FATHER of mercies! in thy house
We pay our homage and our vows
Whilst with a grateful heart we share
These pledges of our Saviour's care.

2 The Saviour, when to heaven he rose, In splendid triumph o'er his foes, Scatter'd his gifts on men helow,

And wide his royal bounties flow.

3 Hence sprang the Apostle's honour'd

name,
Sacred beyond heroic fame;
Hence dictates the prophetic sage,
And hence the evangelic page.

4 In lower forms to bless our eyes,
Pastors from hence and Teachers rise;
Who, tho' with feebler rays they shin*,
Stilt mark a long extended line.

5 From Christ their varied gifts ftmve. And fed by him, their graces live; Whilst guarded by his potent hand, Amidst the rage of hell they stand.

6 So shall the bright succession run Through all the courses of th sun, Whilst unborn churches, by their care, Shall rise and flourish large and fair.

7 Jesus our Lord, their hearts shall know, The spring whence all these blessings

flow; Pastors and people shout his praise, Through the long round of endless days', HYMN 57. Prayer for Ministers.

FATHER of mercies! bow tliine ea/, Attentive to our earnest prayer, We plead for those who plead for thee, S'Accessful pleaders may they be

2 How great their work, bow vast their I

charge!
Do thou their anxious souls enlarge; j
Their hest acquirements are our gain, I
We share the blessings they obtain.

3 Clothe, then, with energy divine,!
Their words,and let those words be thine; <
To them thy sacred truth reveal,
Suppress their fear, inflame their zeaL

4 Teach them to sow the precious seed,
Teach them thy chosen flock to feed; \

IT Wkentver the Hymns are used at the celebration of divine service, a certain, portion, or portions of the Psalms of David in metre shall also be sung.

END OF THE HYMNS.

Teach them immortal Souk to gain Souls that will well reward their paiti,

5 Let thronging multitudes around,
Hear from their lips the joyful sound,
In humble strains thy grace implore,
And feel thy new-creating [lower.

6 Let sinners break their massy chains,
Distressed souls forget their pains \
Let light thro'distant realms he surea
And Zion rear her drooping bead.

AN ALPHABETICAL TABLE,

tlkommg where to find each Psalm or Hymn by its beginning.

PSALMS.

Page. Against all those that s«ive with me 319 As pants the hart for cooling streams 323 At length, by certain proofs, 'tis plain 336 Behold, O God, how heathen hosts 341 Bless God, ray soul; thou, Lord, alone 352 Itless God, ye servants, that attend 369 Defend ine, Lord, from shame 317

Deliver me, O Lord, my God 330

Do thou. O God, in mercy help 329

For ever bless'd he God the Lord 372 For thee, 0 God, our constant praise 332 From lowest depths of woe 368

From my youth up, may Israel say 368 Give ear, thou Judge of all the earth 328 God in the great assembly stands 342 God is our refuge in distress 325

God's temple crowns the holy mount 344 Had not the Lord, may Israel say 367 Happy the man whose lender care 323 Have mercv, Lord, on me 327

Hear, O my people, to my law 339

He's blest whose sins have pardon

gain'd 317

He that has God his guardian made 347 Hold not thy peace, 0 Lord our God 343 How blest are they who always keep 360 How blest is he, who ne'er consents 305 How good and pleasant must it he 347 How long wilt thou forget me, Lord 309 How many, Lord, of late are grown 305 How vast must their advantage he 363 1*11 celebrate thy praises, Lord 316

In deep distress I ofl have cry'd 366 In Judah the Almighty's known 338 In thee I put my steadfast -trust 335

In vain, O man of lawless might 327

I waited meekly for the Lord 322

Jehovah reigns; let all the earth 349

Fage Jehovah reigns, let therefore all 350 Judge me, O Lord, for I the paths 315 Just Judge of heaven, against my foes Si, Let all the just to God, with joy 318

Let all the listening world attend 326 Let all the lands, with shouts of joy S32 Let David, Lord, a constant place 368 Let God, the God of battle, rise 333

Lord, hear the voice of my complaint SOS Lord, hear my cry, regard my prayer 331 Lord, hear my prayer, and to my cry 372 Lord, hear the voice of ray complaint S3I Lord, let thy just deorees the king 336 Lord, not to us, we claim no share 359 Lord, save me, for thy glorious name 328 Lord, thou hast granted to thy land 344. Lord, who's the nappy man that may 305 My crafty foe with flattering art 32ti My God,my God,why leav'st thou me Si3 My soul for help on God relies 331

My soul,in«pired with sacred love 35i My.soul with grateful tho'ts of love 35$ No change of time shall ever shock 3:0 O all ye people clap your hands 325

O come, loud anthem's let us sing 54?: Of mercy's never-failing spring' S^)

O God, who hast our troops dispersed S3j 0 God, my gracious God, to thee 331 0 God, my heart is fully bent SM

O God, whose former mercies make 3M O God of hosts, the mighty Lord 3W O God, to whom revenge belongs S4; O Israel's Shepherd, Joseph's Guide 341 O Lord, thou art my righteous Judge 305 O Lord, my God, since I have placed 3*S O Lord, ray rock, to thee I cry Sio

O Lord, our fathers oft have told £.4 . O Lord, to my relief draw near '». .

Page. O Lord, tlie Saviour and defence 346 O Lord, I am not proud of heart 368 On thee, who dwell'st above the skies 367 O praise the Lord, for he is good 360 O praise the Lord, with one consent 369 O praise the Lord, and thou, my soul 373 O praise the Lord with hymns of joy 374 O praise ye the Lord 375

O praise the Lord in that blest place 375 O render thanks, and bless the Lord 353 O render thanks to God above 354

O 'twas ajoyful sound to bear 366

O thou, to whom all creatures bow 307 Praise ye the Lord; our God to praise 358 Preserve me, Lord, from crafty foes 37i Protect me from my cruel foes 309

Resotv' d to watch o'er all my ways 322 .Save me, O Ged, from waves that roll 334 Since I have placed my trust in God 308 Since godly men decay, 0 Lord 303

Sing to the Lord a new-made song 349 Sing to the Lord a new-made song 349 Speak, O ye judges of the earth 329

Sure wicked fools must needs suppose 309 That man is blest who stands in awe 358 Thee I will bless, my God and King 373 The heavens declare thy glory. Lord 312 The king,0 Lord, with songs of praise 312 The Lord hath spoke, the mighty God 326 The Lord himself, the mighty Lord Si 4 The Lord, the only God, is great 325 The Lord to thy request attend 312

The Lord unto my Lord thus spake 358 The man is blest that fears the Lord 367 The spacious earth is all the Lord's 314 The wicked fools must sure suppose 328 Though wicked men grow rich or

great 320

Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast

known 370

Thro1 all the changing scenes of life 318

Page Thy chastening wrath, 0 Lord, restrain 321 Thy dreadful anger, Lord, restrain 306 Thy mercy, Lord, to me extend 329 Thy mercies, Lord, shall be my song 345 Thy presence why withdrawal thou,

Lord 308

To bless thy chosen race 333

To celebrate thy praise, 0 Lord 307

To God,in whom I trust 314

To God I cry'd, who to my help 338 To God, our never-failing strength 342 To God your grateful voices raise 355 To God the mighty Lord 369

To God, with mournful voice 372

To my complaint, O Lord my God 344 To my just plea and sad complaint 310 To Ston's hill I lift my eyes 366

To thee, my God and Saviour, I 315

To thee, O God, we render praise 333 To thee, O Lord, my cries ascend 371 We build with fruitless cost, unless 367 When I pour out my soul in prayer 350 When Israel, by the Almighty led 359 When Sion's God her sous recall'd 367 When we, our weary limbs to rest 370 While I the King's loud praise rehearse 324 Who place on Sion's God their trust 367 Whom should I fear, since God to me 315 Why hast thou cast us off, O God 337 With cheerful notes let all the earth 360 With glory clad, with strength ar

ray'd 34*

With my whole heart, my God and

King 370

With restless and ungovern'd rage 305 With one consent let all the earth 350 Ve boundless realms of joy 374

Ye princes, that in might excel 316

Ye saints and servants of the Lord 358

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Page. Alas, what hourly dangers rise 383

All-glorious God, what hvmns of

praise 379

And are we now brought near to God 377 Awake, my soul, and with the sun 385 Before Jehovah's awful throne 385

Christ from the dead is raised, and

made 376

Come, Holy Ghost! Creator, come 376 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove 377 Come, Lord, and warm each languid

heart 383

Come, we that love the. Lord 384

Eternal source of every joy 387

far from my thoughts, vain world.,

be gone 386

Father of mercies! in thy word 386

Tage. Father of men-ie;: in Iby bouw 387 Father of mercies! bow thine ear 387 From whence these direful omens

round 376

God of the sea?! thine awful voice 379 Go forth, ye heralds, in my name 381 Go preach my Gospel,snith the Lord SHi Glory to thee, my God, this night 38oHark the glad sound, the Saviour

comes 381

Hark! from the tombs, a mournful

somnd 387

Hear what the voice from heaven

declaros 331

He's come! let every knee be bent 377 He dies! the Friend ofsinnersdics 382 How bcarU'^'LJ are then- feet 382

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