1674–1748
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Ju­ly 17, 1674, South­amp­ton, Eng­land.

No­vem­ber 25, 1748, Stoke New­ing­ton, Lon­don, Eng­land.

Bun­hill Fields, Lon­don, Eng­land.

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Isaac Watts, D.D., pastor of a Church of Christ in London, successor to the Rev. Joseph Car­lyl, Dr. John Owen, Mr. Da­vid Clarkson, and Dr. Isaac Chauncey, after fifty years of feeble labours in the Gos­pel, interrupted by four years of tiresome sickness, was at last dismissed to his rest. Inuno Iesu om­nia. 2 Cor. v. 8 Absent from the body, and present with the Lord. Col. iii 4. When Christ, who is my life, shall appear, then shall I also appear with him in glory.

This monument, on which the above modest inscription is placed, by order of the deceased, was erected as a small testimony of regard to his memory, by Sir John Hartopp and Dame Mary Abney.

Watts’ fa­ther was a Non­con­form­ist im­pris­oned twice for his re­li­gious views. Isaac learned Greek, La­tin, and He­brew un­der Mr. Pin­horn, Rec­tor of All Saints, and head­mas­ter of the Gram­mar School in South­amp­ton.

Isaac’s taste for verse showed it­self in ear­ly child­hood, and his prom­ise caused a lo­cal doc­tor and oth­er friends to of­fer him a un­i­ver­si­ty ed­u­ca­tion, as­sum­ing he would be or­dained in the Church of Eng­land. How­ev­er, Isaac de­clined and in­stead en­tered a Non­con­form­ist Acad­e­my at Stoke New­ing­ton in 1690, un­der the care of Tho­mas Rowe, pas­tor of the In­de­pen­dent con­gre­ga­tion at Gird­lers’ Hall; Isaac joined this con­gre­ga­tion in 1693.

Watts left the Acad­e­my at age 20 and spent two years at home. It was dur­ing this per­i­od that he wrote the bulk of his Hymns and Spir­it­ual Songs. They were sung from man­u­scripts in the South­amp­ton Cha­pel, and pub­lished 1707–09.

The next six years of his life were again spent at Stoke New­ing­ton, work­ing as tu­tor to the son of em­in­ent Pur­i­tan John Har­topp. The in­tense stu­dy of these years is re­flect­ed in the the­o­log­ic­al and phil­o­soph­ic­al ma­ter­ial he sub­se­quent­ly pub­lished.

Watts preached his first ser­mon at age 24. In the next three years, he preached fre­quent­ly, and in 1702 was or­dained as pas­tor of the In­de­pend­ent con­gre­ga­tion in Mark Lane. At that time he moved in­to the house of a Mr. Hol­lis in the Mi­nor­ies.

His health be­gan to fail the next year, and Sam­u­el Price was ap­point­ed as his as­sist­ant in the min­is­try. In 1712, a fe­ver shat­tered his con­sti­tu­tion, and Price became co-pas­tor of the con­gre­ga­tion, which had moved to a new cha­pel in Bu­ry Street.

It was at this time that Isaac be­came the guest of Sir Tho­mas Ab­ney. He lived with Ab­ney (and la­ter Ab­ney’s wi­dow) the rest of his life, main­ly at The­o­balds in Hert­ford­shire, then for 13 years at Stoke New­ing­ton.

In 1728, the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Ed­in­burgh award­ed Watts a Doc­tor of Div­in­ity de­gree. His works in­clude:

One of Watts’ best known sec­u­lar po­ems:

HOW DOTH THE LITTLE BUSY BEE

How doth the little busy bee
Improve each shining hour,
And gather honey all the day
From every opening flower.

How skillfully she builds her cell!
How neat she spreads the wax!
And labours hard to store it well
With the sweet food she makes.

In works of labour, or of skill,
I would be busy too;
For Satan finds some mischief still
For idle hands to do.

In books, or work, or healthful play,
Let my first years be past,
That I may give for every day
Some good account at last.

  1. Absent from Flesh! O Bliss­ful Thought!
  2. Adam, Our Fa­ther and Our Head
  3. Adore and Trem­ble, for Our God
  4. Alas! and Did My Sav­ior Bleed?
  5. Alas, My Ach­ing Heart
  6. All Glo­ry to Thy Won­drous Name
  7. All Mor­tal Van­i­ties, Be­gone
  8. All Ye That Love the Lord, Re­joice
  9. Th’Al­migh­ty Reigns Ex­alt­ed High
  10. Almighty Ru­ler of the Skies
  11. Am I a Sol­dier of the Cross?
  12. Amidst Thy Wrath Re­mem­ber Love
  13. Among th’As­sem­blies of the Great
  14. Among the Princ­es, Earth­ly Gods
  15. And Are We Wretch­es Yet Alive?
  16. And Is This Life Pro­longed to Me?
  17. And Must This Bo­dy Die?
  18. And Now the Scales Have Left Mine Eyes
  19. And Will the God of Grace
  20. Are All the Foes of Si­on Fools?
  21. Are Sin­ners Now So Sense­less Grown
  22. Arise, My Gra­cious God
  23. Arise, My Soul! My Joy­ful Pow­ers
  24. At Thy Com­mand, Our Dear­est Lord
  25. Attend While God’s Ex­alt­ed Son
  26. Awake, My Heart; Arise, My Tongue
  27. Awake, My Zeal; Awake, My Love
  28. Awake, Our Souls; Away, Our Fears
  29. Awake Ye Saints; to Praise Your King
  30. Away from Ev­ery Mor­tal Care
  31. Backward with Hum­ble Shame We Look
  32. Before Je­ho­vah’s Aw­ful Throne
  33. Begin, My Tongue, Some Heav­en­ly Theme
  34. Behold How Sin­ners Dis­a­gree
  35. Behold the Am­az­ing Gift of Love
  36. Behold the Blind Their Sight Re­ceive
  37. Behold the Glo­ries of the Lamb
  38. Behold, the Grace Ap­pears
  39. Behold, the Lof­ty Sky
  40. Behold the Love, the Gen­er­ous Love
  41. Behold, the Morn­ing Sun
    • I Hear Thy Word with Love
  42. Behold the Pot­ter and the Clay
  43. Behold the Rose of Sha­ron Here
  44. Behold the Sure Foun­da­tion Stone
  45. Behold the Wo­man’s Pro­mised Seed
  46. Behold the Wretch Whose Lust and Wine
  47. Behold Thy Wait­ing Ser­vant, Lord
  48. Behold What Won­drous Grace
  49. Bless, O My Soul! the Liv­ing God
  50. Blessèd Re­deem­er, How Di­vine
  51. Blest Are the Hum­ble Souls That See
  52. Blest Are the Pure, Whose Hearts Are Clean
  53. Blest Are the Sons of Peace
  54. Blest Are the Souls That Hear and Know
  55. Blest Are the Un­de­filed in Heart
  56. Blest Be the Ev­er­last­ing God
  57. Blest Be the Fa­ther and His Love
  58. Blest Be the Wis­dom and the Pow­er
  59. Blest Is the Man, For­ev­er Blest
  60. Blest Is the Man Who Shuns the Place
  61. Blest Is the Man Whose Bow­els Move
  62. Blest Is the Na­tion Where the Lord
  63. Blest Morn­ing, Whose Young Dawn­ing Rays
  64. Blest with the Joys of In­no­cence
  65. Blood Has a Voice to Pierce the Skies
  66. Bright King of Glo­ry
  67. Broad Is the Road
  68. Buried in Sha­dows of the Night
  69. But Few Among the Car­nal Wise
  70. Can Crea­tures to Per­fec­tion Find
  71. Children in Years and Know­ledge Young
  72. Children, to Your Cre­at­or, God
  73. Christ and His Cross Is All Our Theme
  74. Come, All Har­mon­i­ous Tongues
  75. Come, Child­ren, Learn to Fear the Lord
  76. Come, Dear­est Lord, Des­cend and Dwell
  77. Come, Hap­py Souls, Ap­proach Your God
  78. Come Hi­ther, All Ye Wea­ry Souls
  79. Come, Ho­ly Spir­it, Heav­en­ly Dove
  80. Come, Lead Me to Some Lof­ty Shade
  81. Come, Let Our Voic­es Join to Raise
  82. Come, Let Us Join a Joy­ful Tune
  83. Come, Let Us Join Our Cheer­ful Songs
  84. Come, Let Us Lift Our Joy­ful Eyes
  85. Come, Let Us Lift Our Voic­es High
  86. Come, Sound His Praise Abroad
  87. Consider All My Sor­rows, Lord
  88. Cursed Be the Man, For­ev­er Cursed
  89. Daughters of Si­on, Come, Be­hold
  90. David Re­joiced in God His Strength
  91. Dear Lord! Be­hold Our Sore Dis­tress
  92. Dearest of All the Names Above
  93. Dead Be My Heart to All Be­low
  94. Death Can­not Make Our Souls Af­raid
  95. Death May Dis­solve My Bo­dy Now
  96. Death! ’Tis a Mel­an­cho­ly Day
  97. Deceived by Sub­tle Snares of Hell
  98. Deep in Our Hearts Let Us Re­cord
  99. Deep in the Dust Be­fore Thy Throne
  100. Descend from Heav’n, Im­mor­tal Dove
  101. Desiring to Love Christ
  102. Do Flesh and Na­ture Dread to Die?
  103. Do I Be­lieve What Je­sus Sa­ith?
  104. Do We Not Know That Sol­emn Word?
  105. Down Head­long from Their Na­tive Skies
  106. Dread Sov­er­eign! Let My Ev­en­ing Song
  107. Early, My God, With­out De­lay
  108. Earth For­ev­er Is the Lord’s, The
  109. Ere the Blue Heav’ns Were Stretched Abroad
  110. Eternal Mind, Who Rules the Fates
  111. Eternal Pow­er, Whose High Abode
  112. Eternal Sov­er­eign of the Sky
  113. Eternal Spir­it! We Con­fess
  114. Eternal Wis­dom, Thee We Praise
  115. Exalt the Lord Our God
  116. Fairest of All the Lights Above
  117. Faith Is the Bright­est Ev­i­dence
  118. Far as Thy Name Is Known
  119. Far from My Thoughts
  120. Father, How Wide Thy Glo­ries Shine
  121. Father, I Bless Thy Gen­tle Hand
  122. Father, I Long, I Faint, to See
  123. Father, I Sing Thy Won­drous Grace
  124. Father of Glo­ry, to Thy Name
  125. Father, We Wait to Feel Thy Grace
  126. Firm and Un­moved Are They
  127. Firm as the Earth Thy Gos­pel Stands
  128. Firm Was My Health
  129. Fools in Their Heart Be­lieve and Say
    • Lord from His Ce­les­tial Throne, The
  130. For Ev­er Shall My Song Re­cord
  131. Forever Bless­èd Be the Lord
  132. Forsaken, Yet Hop­ing
  133. From Age to Age Ex­alt His Name
  134. From All That Dwell Be­low the Skies
  135. From Deep Dis­tress and Trou­bled Thoughts
  136. From Heav’n the Sin­ning An­gels Fell
  137. From Thee, My God, My Joys Shall Rise
  138. Gentiles by Na­ture
    • Now Let the Child­ren of the Saints
  139. Give Me the Wings of Faith
  140. Give Thanks to God, He Reigns Above
  141. Give Thanks to God, In­voke His Name
  142. Give Thanks to God Most High
  143. Give Thanks to God the Sov­er­eign Lord
  144. Give to Our God Im­mor­tal Praise
  145. Give to the Fa­ther Praise
  146. Give to the Lord, Ye Sons of Fame
  147. Glories of My Mak­er God, The
  148. Glory to God That Walks the Sky
    • When Shall the Time, Dear Je­sus, When?
  149. Glory to God the Fa­ther’s Name
  150. Glory to God the Tri­ni­ty
  151. Go, Preach My Gos­pel
  152. Go, Wor­ship at Im­man­u­el’s Feet
    • Come, Wor­ship at Im­man­u­el’s Feet
  153. God in His Earth­ly Tem­ples Lays
  154. God Is a Spir­it, Just and Wise
  155. God Is a Name My Soul Adores
  156. God Is the Re­fuge of His Saints
  157. God Je­ho­vah Reigns, The
  158. God, My Sup­port­er and My Hope
  159. God of Eter­nal Love
  160. God of Glo­ry Sends His Sum­mons Forth, The
  161. God of Mer­cy Be Adored, The
  162. God of My Child­hood and My Youth
  163. God of My Life, Look Gent­ly Down
  164. God of My Mer­cy and My Praise
  165. God of Our Sal­va­tion Hears, The
    • At His Com­mand the Morn­ing Ray
    • On God the Race of Man De­pends
  166. God of the Morn­ing, at Whose Voice
  167. God of the Seas!
  168. God of Thun­der, The
  169. God! The Eter­nal, Aw­ful Name
  170. God, Who in Var­i­ous Meth­ods Told
  171. Good Is the Lord, the Heav’n­ly King
  172. Great God! At­tend While Zi­on Sings
  173. Great God, How In­fin­ite Art Thou!
    • Thy Throne Eter­nal Ag­es Stood
  174. Great God, How Oft Did Is­ra­el Prove
  175. Great God, I Own Thy Sen­tence Just
  176. Great God, In­dulge My Hum­ble Claim
  177. Great God, the Heav’ns’ Well Or­dered Frame
  178. Great God, Thy Glo­ries Shall Em­ploy
  179. Great God, to Thee My Voice I Raise
  180. Great God, to What Glo­ri­ous Height
  181. Great God, with Won­der and with Praise
  182. Great Is the Lord, Ex­alt­ed High
  183. Great Is the Lord, His Works of Might
  184. Great Is the Lord Our God
  185. Great King of Glo­ry and of Grace
  186. Great Shep­herd of Thine Is­ra­el
  187. Great Was the Day
  188. Had I the Tongues of Greeks and Jews
  189. Had Not the Lord, May Is­ra­el Say
  190. Happy Is He That Fears the Lord
  191. Happy the Child Whose Young­est Years
    • When We De­vote Our Youth to God
    • Youth When De­vot­ed to the Lord
  192. Happy the Church, Thou Sac­red Place
  193. Happy the City
  194. Happy the Heart Where Grac­es Reign
  195. Happy the Man to Whom His God
  196. Happy the Man Whose Cau­tious Feet
    • How Blest the Man Whose Cau­tious Feet
  197. Hark! from the Tombs a Dole­ful Sound
  198. Hark! The Re­deem­er from on High
  199. Hast Thou Not Seen, Im­pa­tient Boy!
  200. Have You Not Known, Have You Not Heard?
  201. He Dies! The Heav’n­ly Lov­er Dies!
  202. He Reigns!
  203. He That Hath Made His Re­fuge God
  204. Hear Me, O God, Nor Hide Thy Face
  205. Hear What the Lord in Vi­sion Said
  206. Hear What the Voice from Heav’n Pro­claims
  207. Heavens De­clare Thy Glo­ry, The
    • Great Sun of Right­eous­ness, Arise
  208. Heavens In­vite Mine Eye, The
  209. Help, Lord, for Men of Vir­tue Fail
  210. Hence from My Soul, My Sins, De­part
  211. Hence from My Soul, Sad Thoughts Be Gone
  212. Here at Thy Cross, My Dy­ing God
  213. High in the Heav’ns, Eter­nal God
  214. High on a Hill of Dazz­ling Light
  215. Honor to That Di­vin­er Ray
  216. Honor to the Al­migh­ty Three
  217. Hosannah to King Da­vid’s Son
  218. Hosannah to Our Con­quer­ing King
  219. Hosannah to the King
  220. Hosannah to the Prince of Grace
  221. Hosannah to the Prince of Light
  222. Hosannah to the Roy­al Son
  223. Hosanna with a Cheer­ful Sound
  224. How Are Thy Glo­ries Here Dis­played!
  225. How Aw­ful Is Thy Chas­ten­ing Rod
  226. How Beau­te­ous Are Their Feet
    • How Beau­ti­ful the Feet of Those
    • How Wel­come Is Their Voice
  227. How Can I Sink with Such a Prop?
  228. How Con­des­cend­ing and How Kind
  229. How Did My Heart Re­joice to Hear
    • Peace Be With­in This Sac­red Place
  230. How Fast Their Guilt and Sor­rows Rise
  231. How Fine Has the Day Been
  232. How Full of An­guish Is the Thought
    • Lord, When I Quit This Earth­ly Stage
  233. How Glo­ri­ous Is Our Heav­en­ly King
  234. How Hea­vy Is the Night
  235. How Hon­or­able Is the Place
    • Trust in the Lord, For Ev­er Trust
  236. How Is Our Na­ture Spoiled by Sin!
    • In Vain We Seek for Peace with God
  237. How Large the Pro­mise, How Di­vine
    • Jesus the An­cient Faith Con­firms
  238. How Long, O Lord, Shall I Com­plain?
  239. How Long Shall Death, the Ty­rant, Reign?
    • Lo, I Be­hold the Scat­ter­ing Shades
  240. How Long Wilt Thou Con­ceal Thy Face?
  241. How Mean­ly Dwells th’Im­mor­tal Mind!
  242. How Oft Have Sin and Sa­tan Strove
    • Oath and Pro­mise of the Lord, The
  243. How Pleas­ant, How Di­vine­ly Fair
  244. How Pleas­ant ’Tis to See
  245. How Pleased and Blest Was I
  246. How Rich Are Thy Pro­vis­ions, Lord
    • What Shall We Pay the Eter­nal Son?
  247. How Sad Our State by Na­ture Is!
  248. How Shall I Praise th’Eter­nal God?
  249. How Shall the Young Se­cure Their Hearts?
  250. How Short and Has­ty Is Our Life
  251. How Should the Sons of Ad­am’s Race
  252. How Strong Thine Arm Is, Migh­ty God
  253. How Sweet and Aw­ful Is the Place
  254. How Vain Are All Things Here Be­low
  255. How Vast the Trea­sure We Pos­sess
  256. How Won­drous Great, How Glo­ri­ous Bright
  257. Humble In­qui­ry, The
  258. Hush, My Dear
  259. I Can­not Bear Thine Ab­sence, Lord
  260. I Give Im­mor­tal Praise
  261. I Hate the Temp­ter and His Charms
  262. I Lift My Ban­ner, Sa­ith the Lord
  263. I Lift My Soul to God
  264. I Love the Lord, But Ah! How Far
  265. I Love the Lord; He Heard My Cries
  266. I Love the Win­dows of Thy Grace
  267. I Send the Joys of Earth Away
  268. I Set the Lord Be­fore My Face
  269. I Sing My Sav­ior’s Won­drous Death
  270. I Wait­ed Pa­tient for the Lord
  271. I Will Ex­tol Thee, Lord on High
  272. If God Suc­ceed Not, All the Cost
  273. If God to Build the House De­ny
  274. If There Are Pas­sions in My Soul
  275. I’ll Bless the Lord from Day to Day
  276. I’ll Praise My Mak­er
  277. I’ll Speak the Hon­ors of My King
  278. I’m Not Ashamed to Own My Lord
    • Jesus, My God, I Know His Name
  279. I’m Tired with Vi­sits, Modes and Forms
  280. In All My Vast Con­cerns with Thee
  281. In An­ger, Lord, Re­buke Me Not
  282. In Gab­ri­el’s Hand a Migh­ty Stone
  283. In God’s Own House Pro­nounce His Praise
  284. In Ju­dah God of Old Was Known
  285. In Robes of Judg­ment, Lo, He Comes
  286. In Thine Own Ways, O God of Love
  287. In Vain the Weal­thy Mor­tals Toil
  288. In Vain We Lav­ish Out Our Lives
    • Come, and the Lord Shall Feed Our Souls
  289. Infinite God, Thy Coun­sels Stand
  290. Infinite Grief, Am­az­ing Woe
  291. Infinite Pow­er, Eter­nal Lord
  292. Into Thine Hand, O God of Truth
  293. Is There Am­bi­tion in My Heart?
  294. Is the Kind Re­turn?
  295. It Grieves Me, Lord
  296. It Is the Lord Our Sav­ior’s Hand
    • Spare Us, O Lord, Aloud We Pray
  297. It Was a Brave At­tempt!
  298. Jehovah Reigns—He Dwells in Light
  299. Jehovah Reigns, His Throne Is High
  300. Jehovah Speaks, Let Is­ra­el Hear
  301. Jesus, I Love
  302. Jesus, in Thee Our Eyes Be­hold
  303. Jesus In­vites His Saints
  304. Jesus Is Gone Above the Skies
    • Lord of Life This Ta­ble Spread, The
  305. Jesus, Our Lord, As­cend Thy Throne
  306. Jesus, Our Sav­ior and Our God
  307. Jesus Shall Reign
  308. Jesus, the Man of Con­stant Grief
  309. Jesus, Thou Ev­er­last­ing King
  310. Jesus, Thy Bless­ings Are Not Few
  311. Jesus, We Bless Thy Fa­ther’s Name
  312. Jesus, We Bow Be­fore Thy Feet
  313. Jesus, with All Thy Saints Above
  314. Join All the Glo­ri­ous Names
  315. Join All the Names of Love and Pow­er
  316. Joy to the World
  317. Joyful I’d Lay This Bo­dy Down
  318. Judge Me, O Lord, and Prove My Ways
  319. Judges, Who Rule the World by Laws
  320. Just Are Thy Ways
  321. Keep Si­lence, All Cre­at­ed Things
  322. Kind Is the Speech of Christ Our Lord
  323. King, O Lord, with Songs of Praise, The
  324. King of Glo­ry Sends His Son, The
  325. King of Saints, How Fair His Face, The
  326. Laden with Guilt, and Full of Fears
  327. Lands That Long in Dark­ness Lay, The
  328. Laugh, Ye Pro­fane
  329. Law by Mos­es Came, The
  330. Law Com­mands and Makes Us Know, The
  331. Let All Our Tongues Be One
  332. Let All the Earth Their Voic­es Raise
  333. Let All the Hea­then Writ­ers Join
  334. Let Child­ren Hear the Migh­ty Deeds
  335. Let Dogs De­light to Bark and Bite
    • Let Love Through All Your Ac­tions Run
  336. Let Ev­er­last­ing Glo­ries Crown
  337. Let Ev­ery Crea­ture Join
  338. Let Ev­ery Mor­tal Ear At­tend
  339. Let Ev­ery Tongue Thy Good­ness Speak
  340. Let God Arise in All His Might
    • Kingdoms and Thrones to God Be­long
  341. Let God the Fa­ther, and the Son
  342. Let God the Fa­ther Live
  343. Let God the Mak­er’s Name
  344. Let Him Em­brace My Soul, and Prove
  345. Let Me but Hear My Sav­ior Say
    • Since I Have Heard My Sav­ior Say
  346. Let Mor­tal Tongues At­tempt to Sing
  347. Let Oth­ers Boast How Strong They Be
  348. Let Phar­is­ees of High Es­teem
  349. Let Sin­ners Take Their Course
  350. Let Si­on in Her King Re­joice
  351. Let the Old Hea­thens Tune Their Song
  352. Let the Se­venth An­gel Sound on High
  353. Let the Whole Race of Crea­tures Lie
  354. Let the Wild Le­o­pards of the Wood
  355. Let Them Ne­glect Thy Glo­ry, Lord
  356. Let Those Who Bear the Chris­tian Name
  357. Let Us Adore th’Eter­nal Word
  358. Let Zi­on and Her Sons Re­joice
  359. Life and Im­mor­tal Joys Are Given
  360. Life Is the Time to Serve the Lord
    • Life Is the Hour That God Hath Given
  361. Lift Up Your Eyes to the Heav­en­ly Seats
  362. Like Sheep We Went Astray
  363. Lo, the De­stroy­ing An­gel Flies
  364. Lo! the Young Tribes of Ad­am Rise
  365. Lo! What a Glo­ri­ous Cor­ner­stone
  366. Lo! What a Glo­ri­ous Sight Ap­pears
  367. Lo! What an En­ter­tain­ing Sight
  368. Long as I Live I’ll Bless Thy Name
  369. Long Have I Sat Be­neath the Sound
    • Long Have I Heard the Joy­ful Sound
  370. Lord, All I Am Is Known to Thee
  371. Lord Ap­pears My Help­er Now, The
  372. Lord, at Thy Tem­ple We Ap­pear
  373. Lord Can Clear the Dark­est Skies, The
  374. Lord De­clares His Will, The
  375. Lord Des­cend­ing from Above, The
  376. Lord, Hast Thou Cast the Na­tion Off?
  377. Lord, How De­light­ful ’Tis to See
    • O Write up­on My Mem­o­ry, Lord
  378. Lord, How Di­vine Thy Com­forts Are
  379. Lord! How Fear­ful Is His Name, The
  380. Lord, How Se­cure and Blest Are They
  381. Lord, How Se­cure My Con­science Was
  382. Lord, How Won­drous Are His Ways, The
  383. Lord, I Am Thine
  384. Lord, I Am Vile, Con­ceived in Sin
  385. Lord, I As­cribe It to Thy Grace
  386. Lord, I Can Suf­fer Thy Re­bukes
  387. Lord, I Es­teem Thy Judg­ments Right
  388. Lord, I Have Found It Good for Me
  389. Lord, I Have Made Thy Word My Choice
  390. Lord, I Will Bless Thee All My Days
  391. Lord, I Would Spread My Sore Dis­tress
  392. Lord, if Thine Eyes Sur­vey Our Faults
  393. Lord, if Thou Dost Not Soon Ap­pear
  394. Lord, in the Morn­ing Thou Shalt Hear
  395. Lord Is Come, The
  396. Lord Je­ho­vah Reigns, The (1)
  397. Lord Je­ho­vah Reigns, The (2)
  398. Lord My Shep­herd Is, The
  399. Lord of Glo­ry Is My Light, The
  400. Lord of Glo­ry Reigns, The
  401. Lord of the Worlds Above
  402. Lord on High Pro­claims, The
  403. Lord, the Judge, Be­fore His Throne, The
  404. Lord, the Judge, His Church­es Warns, The
  405. Lord, the Sov­er­eign King, The
  406. Lord, the Sov­er­eign, Sends His Sum­mons Forth, The
  407. Lord, Thou Hast Called Thy Grace to Mind
  408. Lord, Thou Hast Heard Thy Ser­vant Cry
  409. Lord, Thou Hast Searched and Seen Me Through
  410. Lord, Thou Hast Seen My Soul Sin­cere
  411. Lord, Thou Wilt Hear Me When I Pray
  412. Lord, ’Tis a Pleas­ant Thing to Stand
  413. Lord, ’Tis an In­fin­ite De­light
    • Sweet Was the Jour­ney to the Sky
  414. Lord, We Adore Thy Boun­te­ous Hand
  415. Lord, We Adore Thy Vast De­signs
  416. Lord, We Are Blind
  417. Lord, We Con­fess Our Num­er­ous Faults
  418. Lord, We Have Heard Thy Works of Old
  419. Lord, What a Fee­ble Piece
    • Our Mo­ments Fly Apace
  420. Lord, What a Heav’n of Sav­ing Grace
  421. Lord, What a Thought­less Wretch Was I
  422. Lord, What a Wretch­ed Land Is This
  423. Lord, What Is Man, Poor Fee­ble Man
  424. Lord, What Was Man?
  425. Lord, When I Count Thy Mer­cies O’er
  426. Lord, When My Thought­ful Soul Sur­veys
  427. Lord, When My Thoughts with Won­der Roll
  428. Lord, When Thou Didst As­cend on High
  429. Lord, When We See a Saint of Thine
  430. Loud Hal­le­lu­jahs to the Lord
  431. Majesty of Sol­o­mon, The
    • Now to the Hands of Christ Our King
  432. Maker and Sov­er­eign Lord
    • Now He’s As­cend­ed High
    • Why Did the Gent­iles Rage?
  433. Man Has a Soul of Vast De­sires
  434. Man Is Ev­er Blest, The
  435. Marching to Zi­on
  436. Memory of Our Dy­ing Lord, The
  437. Mercy and Judg­ment Are My Song
  438. Mighty Frame of Glo­ri­ous Grace, The
    • Proclaim In­im­it­a­ble Love
  439. Mine Eyes and My De­sire
  440. Mistaken Souls, That Dream of Hea­ven
  441. Must All the Charms of Na­ture, Then
  442. Must Friends and Kin­dred Droop and Die?
  443. My Crimes Awake
  444. My Dear Re­deem­er and My Lord
  445. My Drow­sy Pow­ers, Why Sleep Ye So?
  446. My God, Ac­cept My Ear­ly Vows
  447. My God, Con­sid­er My Dis­tress
  448. My God, How End­less Is Thy Love
  449. My God, How Ma­ny Are My Fears
  450. My God, in Whom Are All the Springs
  451. My God, My Ev­er­last­ing Hope
  452. My God, My King, Thy Var­i­ous Praise
  453. My God, My Life, My Love
  454. My God, My Por­tion, and My Love
  455. My God, Per­mit Me Not to Be
  456. My God! Per­mit My Tongue
  457. My God, the Spring of All My Joys
  458. My God, the Steps of Pi­ous Men
  459. My God, What End­less Plea­sures Dwell
  460. My God, What In­ward Grief I Feel
  461. My God, Who Makes the Sun to Know
  462. My Heart, How Dread­ful Hard It Is
  463. My Heart Re­joic­es in Thy Name
  464. My Ne­ver Ceas­ing Songs Shall Show
  465. My Re­fuge Is the God of Love
  466. My Right­eous Judge, My Gra­cious God
  467. My Sav­ior and My King
  468. My Sav­ior God, My Sov­er­eign Prince
  469. My Sav­ior, My Al­migh­ty Friend
  470. My Shep­herd Is the Liv­ing Lord
  471. My Shep­herd Will Sup­ply My Need
  472. My Soul, Come Med­i­tate the Day
    • O Could We Die with Those That Die
  473. My Soul For­sakes Her Vain De­light
    • There’s Noth­ing Round This Spa­cious Earth
  474. My Soul, How Love­ly Is the Place
    • With His Rich Gifts the Heav­en­ly Dove
  475. My Soul Lies Cleav­ing to the Dust
  476. My Soul, Re­peat His Praise
    • High as the Hea­vens Above the Ground
    • Pity of the Lord, The
  477. My Soul, Thy Great Cre­at­or Praise
  478. My Spir­it Looks to God Alone
  479. My Spir­it Sinks With­in Me, Lord
  480. My Thoughts on Aw­ful Sub­jects Roll
  481. My Thoughts, That Oft­en Mount the Skies
  482. My Trust Is in My Heav­en­ly Friend
  483. Naked as from the Earth We Came
    • ’Tis God That Lifts Our Com­forts High
  484. Nature with All Her Pow­ers Shall Sing
  485. Nature with Open Vol­ume Stands
    • O the Sweet Won­ders of That Cross
  486. No, I Shall En­vy Them No More
  487. No, I’ll Re­pine at Death No More
  488. No More, Dear Sav­ior, Will I Boast
  489. No More, My God
  490. No Sleep Nor Slum­ber to His Eyes
  491. No, ’Tis in Vain to Seek for Bliss
  492. Nor Eye Hath Seen, Nor Ear Hath Heard
  493. Not All the Blood of Beasts
  494. Not All the Out­ward Forms on Earth
  495. Not by the Laws of In­no­cence
  496. Not Dif­fer­ent Food, or Dif­fer­ent Dress
  497. Not from the Dust My Sor­rows Spring
  498. Not from the Dust Af­flic­tion Grows
  499. Not the Ma­li­cious or Pro­fane
  500. Not the Rich World of Minds Above
  501. Not to Con­demn the Sons of Men
  502. Not to Our Names
  503. Not to Our­selves
  504. Not to the Ter­rors of the Lord
  505. Not with Our Mor­tal Eyes
  506. Now Be My Heart In­spired to Sing
  507. Now Be the God of Is­ra­el Blessed
    • John Was the Pro­phet of the Lord
    • Let Bit­ter Words No More Be Known
    • Now by the Love of Christ My God
    • Spirit, Like a Peace­ful Dove, The
  508. Now by the Bow­els of My God
  509. Now for a Tune of Lof­ty Praise
  510. Now from the Roar­ing Li­on’s Rage
  511. Now Have Our Hearts Em­braced Our God
    • Here Have We Seen Thy Face, O Lord
  512. Now I’m Con­vinced the Lord Is Kind
  513. Now in the Gal­ler­ies of His Grace
  514. Now, in the Heat of Youth­ful Blood
  515. Now Let a Spa­cious World Arise
  516. Now Let My Faith Grow Strong, and Rise
  517. Now Let Our Lips with Ho­ly Fear
  518. Now Let Our Mourn­ful Songs Re­cord
  519. Now Let Our Pains Be All For­got
  520. Now Let the Fa­ther and the Son
  521. Now Let the Lord My Sav­ior Smile
  522. Now May the God of Pow­er and Grace
  523. Now Plead My Cause, Al­migh­ty God
  524. Now Sa­tan Comes with Dread­ful Roar
  525. Now Shall My In­ward Joys Arise
  526. Now Shall My Sol­emn Vows Be Paid
  527. Now to the Great and Sac­red Three
  528. Now to the Lord a No­ble Song
  529. Now to the Lord, That Makes Us Know
  530. Now to the Pow­er of God Su­preme
  531. O All Ye Na­tions, Praise the Lord
  532. O Bless the Lord, My Soul
  533. O Bless­èd Souls Are They
  534. O Bri­tain, Praise Thy Migh­ty God
  535. O for a Shout of Sac­red Joy
    • Now Raise a Shout of Sac­red Joy
  536. O for an Ov­er­com­ing Faith
  537. O God, My Re­fuge, Hear My Cries
  538. O God of Grace and Right­eous­ness
  539. O God of Mer­cy, Hear My Call
  540. O God, to Whom Re­venge Be­longs
  541. O Hap­py Man, Whose Soul Is Filled
  542. O Hap­py Na­tion
  543. O Hap­py Soul That Lives on High
  544. O How I Love Thy Ho­ly Law
  545. O if My Soul Were Formed for Woe
    • ’Twas for My Sins, My Dear­est Lord
  546. O Lord, How Ma­ny Are My Foes
  547. O Lord, Our Heav­en­ly King
  548. O Lord, Our Lord, How Won­drous Great
  549. O Might I Once Mount Up and See
  550. O That I Knew the Sec­ret Place
  551. O That the Lord Would Guide My Ways
  552. O That Thy Sta­tutes Ev­ery Hour
  553. O Thou That Hear’st When Sin­ners Cry
    • Broken Heart, My God, My King, A
  554. O Thou Whose Grace and Jus­tice Reign
  555. O Thou Whose Jus­tice Reigns on High
  556. O ’Tis a Love­ly Thing for Youth
  557. O ’Tis a Love­ly Thing to See
  558. O What a Stiff, Re­bel­lious House
  559. Of All the Joys We Mor­tals Know
  560. Of Jus­tice and of Grace I Sing
    • Mercy and Judg­ment Will I Sing
  561. Oft Have I Sat in Sec­ret Sighs
  562. Often I Seek My Lord by Night
  563. Oh! the Al­migh­ty Lord!
  564. Oh! the De­lights, the Heav­en­ly Joys
  565. Once More, My Soul, the Ris­ing Day
  566. Our Days, Alas, Our Mor­tal Days
  567. Our God, How Firm His Pro­mise Stands
  568. Our God, Our Help in Ag­es Past
  569. Our Sins, Alas, How Strong They Be
    • Waves of Trou­ble, How They Rise, The
  570. Our Souls Shall Mag­ni­fy the Lord
  571. Our Spir­its Join to Adore the Lamb
  572. Our Tongues Were Made to Bless the Lord
  573. Out of the Deeps of Long Dis­tress
  574. Plunged in a Gulf of Dark Des­pair
  575. Praise, Ev­er­last­ing Praise, Be Paid
    • O for a Strong and Last­ing Faith
  576. Praise of Si­on Waits for Thee, The
  577. Praise Waits in Zi­on, Lord, for Thee
  578. Praise Ye the Lord, Ex­alt His Name
  579. Praise Ye the Lord, My Heart Shall Join
  580. Praise Ye the Lord, ’Tis Good to Raise
  581. Praise Ye the Lord with Joy­ful Tongue
    • Praise Ye the Lord in Joy­ful Choir
  582. Praises of My Tongue, The
    • Now I Can Read and Learn
  583. Preserve Me, Lord
  584. Promise of My Fa­ther’s Love, The
  585. Promise Was Di­vine­ly Free, The
  586. Pronounce Him Blessed, My Muse
  587. Questions and Doubts Be Heard No More
  588. Raise Thee, My Soul, Fly Up and Run
    • There on a High Ma­jes­tic Throne
  589. Raise Your Tri­umph­ant Songs
  590. Rejoice, Ye Right­eous, in the Lord
  591. Remember, Lord, Our Mor­tal State
  592. Return, O God of Love, Re­turn
  593. Rise, Rise, My Soul, and Leave the Ground
    • Long Ere the Lof­ty Skies Were Spread
  594. Saints, at Your Heav­en­ly Fa­ther’s Word
  595. Salvation Is For­ev­er Nigh
  596. Salvation! O the Joy­ful Sound!
  597. Save Me, O God, the Swell­ing Floods
  598. Save Me, O Lord, from Ev­ery Foe
  599. See What a Liv­ing Stone
    • This Is the Glo­ri­ous Day
  600. See Where the Great In­car­nate God
  601. Shall Athe­ists Dare In­sult the Cross?
  602. Shall the Vile Race of Flesh and Blood
  603. Shall We Go on to Sin
  604. Shall Wis­dom Cry Aloud?
  605. Shepherds, Re­joice! Lift Up Your Eyes
  606. Shine, Migh­ty God, on Bri­tain Shine
  607. Shout to the Lord, and Let Our Joys
  608. Show Pi­ty, Lord, O Lord, For­give
  609. Sin Has a Thou­sand Trea­cher­ous Arts
  610. Sin, Like a Ve­nom­ous Dis­ease
  611. Sing, All Ye Na­tions, to the Lord
  612. Sing to the Lord Aloud
  613. Sing to the Lord Je­ho­vah’s Name
  614. Sing to the Lord That Built the Skies
  615. Sing to the Lord with Joy­ful Voice
  616. Sing to the Lord, Ye Dis­tant Lands
  617. Sing to the Lord, Ye Heav’n­ly Hosts
  618. Sitting Around Our Fa­ther’s Board
  619. So Did the He­brew Pro­phet Raise
  620. So Let Our Lips and Lives Ex­press
  621. So New-Born Babes De­sire the Breast
    • As New-Born Babes De­sire the Breast
    • Dost Thou the High and Heav­en­ly One?
    • Father, I Wait Be­fore Thy Throne
    • Grace, Like an Un­cor­rupt­ed Seed
    • Immortal Prin­ci­ples For­bid
    • Lord, I Ad­dress Thy Heav­en­ly Throne
    • We Find Ac­cess at Ev­ery Hour
  622. Some Ser­aph, Lend Your Heav­en­ly Tongue
    • Thy Names, How In­fin­ite They Be
  623. Song of An­gels Above, The
  624. Songs of Im­mor­tal Praise
  625. Sons of Ad­am, Bold and Young
  626. Soon as I Heard My Fa­ther Say
  627. Stand and Adore!
  628. Stand Up, My Soul, Shake Off Thy Fears
    • Stand Up, My Soul, Thy Fears Dis­miss
  629. Starry Hea­vens Thy Rule Obey, The
  630. Stoop Down, My Thoughts, That Use to Rise
  631. Strait Is the Way, the Door Is Strait
  632. Sure There’s a Right­eous God
  633. Sweet Flocks, Whose Soft Enam­eled Wing
  634. Sweet Is the Mem­o­ry of Thy Grace
  635. Sweet Is the Work, My God, My King
  636. Sweet Muse, Des­cend and Bless the Shade
  637. Teach Me the Mea­sure of My Days
  638. Tell Me, Fair­est of Thy Kind
  639. Terrible God, That Reign’st on High
  640. Th’Al­migh­ty Reigns Ex­alt­ed High
  641. That Aw­ful Day Will Sure­ly Come
  642. That Man Is Blest Who Stands in Awe
  643. Thee We Adore, Eter­nal Name
  644. Thee Will I Love, O Lord, My Strength
  645. There Is a God Who Reigns Above
  646. There Is a House Not Made with Hands
  647. There Is a Land of Pure De­light
  648. There Is Be­yond the Sky
  649. There Was an Hour When Christ Re­joiced
  650. These Glo­ri­ous Minds, How Bright They Shine
  651. Think, Migh­ty God, on Fee­ble Man
  652. This Is the Day the Lord Hath Made
  653. This Is the Day When Christ Arose
  654. This Is the Word of Truth and Love
  655. This Spa­cious Earth Is All the Lord’s
    • Rejoice, Ye Shin­ing Worlds on High
  656. Thou Art My Por­tion, O My God
  657. Thou God of Love, Thou Ev­er Blessed
  658. Thou Whom My Soul Ad­mires Above
  659. Thrice Hap­py Man Who Fears the Lord
  660. Through Ev­ery Age, Eter­nal God
  661. Thus Did the Sons of Ab­ra­ham Pass
  662. Thus Far the Lord Hath Led Me On
  663. Thus I Re­solved Be­fore the Lord
  664. Thus Sa­ith the First, the Great Com­mand
  665. Thus Sa­ith the High and Lof­ty One
  666. Thus Sa­ith the Lord, The Spa­cious Fields
  667. Thus Sa­ith the Lord, Your Work Is Vain
    • No Blood of Beasts on Al­tars Shed
  668. Thus Sa­ith the Mer­cy of the Lord
  669. Thus Sa­ith the Ru­ler of the Skies
  670. Thus Sa­ith the Wis­dom of the Lord
  671. Thus the Eter­nal Fa­ther Spake
  672. Thus the Great Lord of Earth and Sea
  673. Thy Fa­vors, Lord, Sur­prise Our Souls
  674. Thy Mer­cies Fill the Earth, O Lord
  675. Thy Name, Al­migh­ty Lord
  676. Thy Works of Glo­ry, Migh­ty Lord
  677. Time, What an Emp­ty Va­por ’Tis
    • Our Life Is Ev­er on the Wing
    • Yet, Migh­ty God, Our Fleet­ing Days
  678. ’Tis by the Faith of Joys to Come
    • It Is by Faith in Joys to Come
  679. ’Tis by Thy Strength the Moun­tains Stand
  680. ’Tis from the Trea­sures of His Word
    • From the Rich Trea­sures of His Word
  681. ’Tis Not the Law of Ten Com­mands
  682. ’Tis Pure De­light, With­out Al­loy
  683. To God I Cried with Mourn­ful Voice
    • Will God for Ev­er Cast Me Off?
  684. To God I Made My Sor­rows Known
  685. To God the Fa­ther, God the Son
  686. To God the Fa­ther’s Throne
  687. To God the Great, the Ev­er Blest
  688. To God the On­ly Wise
  689. To Heav’n I Lift My Wait­ing Eyes
  690. To Him That Chose Us First
  691. To Our Al­migh­ty Mak­er, God
  692. To Our Eter­nal God
  693. To Thee, Be­fore the Dawn­ing Light
  694. To Thee, Most Ho­ly, and Most High
  695. To Thine Al­migh­ty Arm We Owe
  696. True Mes­si­ah Now Ap­pears, The
  697. ’Twas a Mourn­ful Part­ing Day
  698. ’Twas by an Or­der from the Lord
  699. ’Twas for Thy Sake, Eter­nal God
  700. ’Twas from Thy Hand, My God, I Came
  701. ’Twas in the Watch­es of the Night
  702. ’Twas on That Dark, That Dole­ful Night
  703. ’Twas the Com­mis­sion of Our Lord
  704. Unshaken as the Sac­red Hill
  705. Unveil Thy Bos­om, Faith­ful Tomb
  706. Up from My Youth, May Is­ra­el Say
  707. Up to the Fields Where An­gels Lie
  708. Up to the Hills I Lift Mine Eyes
    • He Lives, the Ev­er­last­ing God
  709. Up to the Lord That Reigns on High
  710. Upward I Lift Mine Eyes
  711. Vain Are the Hopes That Re­bels Place
  712. Vain Are the Hopes the Sons of Men
  713. Vain Man, on Fool­ish Plea­sures Bent
  714. Vast Are Thy Works, Al­migh­ty Lord
  715. Voice of My Be­loved Sounds, The
  716. We Are a Gar­den Walled Around
  717. We Bless the Lord, the Just, the Good
  718. We Bless the Pro­phets of the Lord
  719. We Give Im­mor­tal Praise
  720. We Love Thee, Lord, and We Adore
  721. We Sing the Am­az­ing Deeds
  722. We Sing the Al­migh­ty Pow­er of God
  723. We Sing the Glo­ries of Thy Love
  724. Welcome, Sweet Day of Rest
  725. Well, the Re­deem­er’s Gone
    • Great Re­deem­er’s Gone, The
  726. What Blest Ex­am­ples Do I Find
  727. What Dif­fer­ent Pow­ers of Grace and Sin
  728. What Equal Hon­ors Shall We Bring
  729. What Hap­py Men, or An­gels, These?
  730. What Heav­en­ly Man, or Love­ly God
  731. What Is Our God, or What His Name
  732. What Migh­ty Man, or Migh­ty God
  733. What Shall I Ren­der to My God?
    • Among the Saints That Fill Thine House
  734. What Shall the Dy­ing Sin­ner Do?
  735. What Vain De­sires and Pas­sions Vain
  736. Whatever Brawls Dis­turb the Street
  737. When Christ to Judg­ment Shall Des­cend
  738. When God Is Nigh
  739. When God, Pro­voked with Dar­ing Crimes
  740. When God Res­tored Our Cap­tive State
  741. When God Re­vealed His Gra­cious Name
  742. When God Sur­veyed the New Made World
  743. When I Can Read My Ti­tle Clear
  744. When I Sur­vey the Won­drous Cross
  745. When I with Pleas­ing Won­der Stand
  746. When in the Light of Faith Di­vine
  747. When Is­ra­el, Freed from Pha­raoh’s Hand
  748. When Is­ra­el Sins, the Lord Re­proves
  749. When Man Grows Bold in Sin
    • But There’s a Dread­ful God
  750. When, Ov­er­whelmed with Grief
    • O Lead Me to the Rock
  751. When Pain and An­guish Seize Me, Lord
  752. When Pha­raoh Dared to Vex the Saints
  753. When Shall Thy Love­ly Face Be Seen?
  754. When Stran­gers Stand and Hear Me Tell
    • My Best-Be­loved Keeps His Throne
  755. When the Eter­nal Bows the Skies
  756. When the Fierce North Wind
  757. When the First Par­ents of Our Race
    • Behold What Pi­ty Touched the Heart
    • Infinite Pi­ty Touched the Heart
  758. When the Great Build­er Arched the Skies
  759. When the Great Judge
    • Rise, Great Re­deem­er, from Thy Seat
  760. When We Are Raised from Deep Dis­tress
  761. Whence Do Our Mourn­ful Thoughts Arise
  762. Whene’er I Take My Walks Abroad
  763. Where’er My Flat­ter­ing Pas­sions Rove
  764. Where Are the Mourn­ers? Sa­ith the Lord
  765. Where Shall the Man Be Found?
  766. Where Shall the Tribes of Ab­ra­ham Find
    • Jesus, Our Kins­man and Our God
  767. Where Shall We Go to Seek and Find
  768. Where’er the Man Is Found
  769. While I Keep Si­lence, and Con­ceal
  770. While Men Grow Bold in Wick­ed Ways
    • Above the Hea­ven’s Cre­at­ed Rounds
  771. Who Can De­scribe the Joys That Rise?
  772. Who Dares At­tempt th’Eter­nal Name?
  773. Who Has Be­lieved Thy Word?
  774. Who Is This Fair One in Dis­tress?
    • O Let My Name En­grav­en Stand
  775. Who Shall As­cend Thy Heav’n­ly Place?
    • Who Shall As­cend to the Heav­en­ly Place
  776. Who Shall In­hab­it in Thy Hill?
  777. Who Shall the Lord’s Elect Con­demn?
    • He Lives! He Lives, and Sits Above
  778. Who Will Arise and Plead My Right?
  779. Why Did the Jews Pro­claim Their Rage?
  780. Why Did the Na­tions Join to Slay
  781. Why Do the Proud In­sult the Poor?
  782. Why Do the Weal­thy Wick­ed Boast?
  783. Why Do We Mourn De­part­ing Friends?
    • Why Do We Mourn for Dy­ing Friends?
  784. Why Does Your Face, Ye Hum­ble Souls
  785. Why Doth the Lord Stand Off So Far?
  786. Why Doth the Man of Rich­es Grow?
  787. Why Has My God My Soul For­sook?
  788. Why Is My Heart So Far from Thee?
  789. Why Should I De­prive My Neigh­bor?
  790. Why Should I Join with Those in Play?
  791. Why Should I Love My Sport So Well?
  792. Why Should I Say, ’Tis Yet Too Soon?
  793. Why Should I Vex My Soul?
  794. Why Should Our Gar­ments, Made to Hide?
    • How Proud We Are, How Fond of Show
  795. Why Should the Child­ren of a King
  796. Why Should This Earth De­light Us So?
  797. Why Should We Start, and Fear to Die?
  798. Will God For­ev­er Cast Us Off?
  799. With All My Pow­ers of Heart and Tongue
    • Grace Will Com­plete What Grace Be­gins
    • To God I Cried When Trou­bles Rose
  800. With Cheer­ful Voice I Sing
  801. With Ear­nest Long­ings of the Mind
  802. With Ho­ly Fear and Hum­ble Song
  803. With Joy We Med­i­tate the Grace
  804. With My Whole Heart I’ll Raise My Song
  805. With My Whole Heart I’ve Sought Thy Face
  806. With Rev­er­ence Let the Saints Ap­pear
    • With Won­der and with Aw­ful Fear
  807. With Songs and Hon­ors Sound­ing Loud
  808. Wondering World In­quires to Know, The
  809. Wonders, Lord, Thy Love Has Wrought, The
  810. Would You Be­hold the Works of God?
  811. Ye An­gels Round the Throne
  812. Ye Ho­ly Souls, in God Re­joice
  813. Ye Is­lands of the Nor­thern Sea
  814. Ye Na­tions Round the Earth, Re­joice
  815. Ye Ser­vants of th’Al­migh­ty King
  816. Ye Sons of Ad­am, Vain and Young
  817. Ye Sons of Men, a Fee­ble Race
  818. Ye Sons of Pride
  819. Ye That De­light to Serve the Lord
  820. Ye That Obey th’Im­mor­tal King
  821. Ye Tribes of Ad­am, Join
  822. Yet, Gra­cious God
  823. Yet, Migh­ty God, In­dulge My Tongue
  824. Yet, Sa­ith the Lord
  825. Zion Re­joice, and Ju­dah Sing