The Philadelphia Hymn Book: Or a Selection of Sacred Poetry Consisting of Psalms and Hymns from Watts, Doddridge, Merrick, Scott, Cowper, Barbauld, Steele, and Others : Adapted to Public and Private Devotion : Compiled for the Use and Benefit of Christians of All Denominations

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publisher, 1819 - Hymns, English - 634 pages
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Contents

Christian Worship and the Lords Day
1
ABSURD and vain attempt to bind 315
19
Praise to God
27
Assist us Lord thy name to praise 331
28
Be evry vale exalted high 200
35
The works of God celebrated
55
Perfections of God
79
Ah why should this mistaken mind 338
91
Lord of all 261
224
Penitential
235
Devout affections and good reso lutions
248
Amidst a world of hopes and fears
266
Motives to a virtuous conduct
274
Beset with snares on evry hand
290
The Christian Character
292
Beyond the bounds of time and space
342

Government and Providence of God
113
Thanksgiving
148
Allseeing God tis thine to know 315
152
Divine Revelation
168
Behold lie comes your leader comes 197
177
Christ and Christianity
183
of mankind 493
185
Behold the gloomy vale 483
189
lofty sky 168
199
Behold where in a mortal form
205
Afflictions and Changes of Life
343
And art thou with us gracious Lord 142
355
Life Death Judgment and a Future State
372
limits of the sky 139
405
Particular Occasions
415
Part XVL Domestic and Private Worship
461
th eternal king 272
486
Miscellaneous
511
Index df Subjects
611
Table of Scriptures referred to in the hymns
629

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