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INDEX TO FIRST LINES.

Hymn

266

58

59

21

223

389

Hymn

3

To our Almighty Maker God
To God I lift my eyes (S. M.)
To God I lift my eyes (P. M.)

64

156

To Christ the son the Father spake 109
To bless thy chosen race

139

To thee, my God, my heart shall
To Jesus, our exalted Lord

161

382

To thee, my God, my days are

198

333

437

51

To God, its source, my soul aspires 320
To thee, O God, we homage pay
To Jesus lifted up on high
To wand'rers in the dismal road
To your Creator, God
To thee, O God, my thoughts ascend 540
To thee, O God! my prayer ascends 554
To praise the Lord be our delight 564
Triumphant arch, that fill'st the 562

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While shepherds watch'd their
Who shall towards thy chosen seat 512
Why sinks my weak desponding
Why is my heart so cold
Why does your face, ye humble
Why should the servants of the
Why thus dejected, O my soul
With ecstacy of joy
With sacred joy we lift our eyes
With joy we meditate the grace
With one consent let all the earth
With eye impartial Heaven's high 204
With patient hope my God I sought 214

Hymn
14

Hymn

Ye boundless realms of joy

162

195

344

390

212

Ye Angels that surround the throne 183
Ye weak inhabitants of clay
Ye subjects of the Lord, proclaim 203
Ye holy souls, in God rejoice
535 Ye favour'd children of the Lord, 339
245 Ye glitt'ring toys of earth, adieu 421
Ye humble souls, complain no more 458
Ye thirsty souls, approach the 459
Ye wretched, hungry, starving 450
Ye followers of the Prince of Peace 467
Ye heavy-laden, come, repose 510
Ye realms below the skies
Ye servants of the Lord

393

31

82

124

117
558

Yet saith the Lord, if David's race 144
Z.

Zeal is that pure and heavenlyflame 461

Y.

95

Ye sons of men, with joy record
Ye servants of the Almighty King 149
Ye servants of th' Eternal King

160

76

TO PARTICULAR SUBJECTS OR OCCASIONS.

Note.-The figures refer to the number of the hymns. If the leading word
of the subject sought cannot be found under one head, the reader should turn to
some other word in the index of the same signification, or seek for it under
some of the more general words, such as God, Christ, Jesus, Praise, Charity,
Gospel, Glory, Prayer, &c.

Acceptable worship, 25, 26
Adoption, 298

A.

Abraham, the promise to him extended
to the Gentiles, 98
Absence from God, 215
"Abide with us," 565
Adam, the first and second,
son of, 4, 531

on him that cometh in the name of
the Lord, 498; of the pious and char-
itable, 505

Blessing, prayer for, 336; at dismissal
of church, 352, 469
compari-Book of grace, 549

Bounties of providence, 435; improv-
ed, 158, 205

Brazen serpent, 446
Bread of life, 366

Advantages of divine revelation, 317
Adoration, humble, 123
Adoration of God's greatness, mercy,

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Breathing after the holy spirit, 523
Brotherly kindness, 159, 275
Brotherly kindness from the precept
and example of Christ, 467
Brotherly kindness, beauty and pleas-
ures of, 572

C.
Call to thanksgiving and praise, 351
Call to true liberty, 510
Cause of labour and reproach, 535
Celebration of the Lord, 264
Charity, true, 365; rewarded, 69; es-
sential to the christian character,
479; christian, 518; lectures, hymn
for, 96, 145, 373, 481, 505, 518; tem-
pered by christian zeal, 482; and un-
charitableness, 388

Children, dedication of, 97, 98
Christ, his birth proclaimed by angels,
231, 434; his nativity, 328, 329; his
mission, 331; his invitation to sin-
ners, 431; our example, 289, 371, 395;
his kingdom universal, 81, 374; his
kingdom, foretold in several scrip-
tures, 109; his reign, 110; his king-
dom and its attendant glories, 239;
his kingdom foretold, 488; his first
and second coming, 173; his second
advent, 176; his coming, or the true
light, 238; his commission to preach
the gospel, 454; his miracles, 394;
his exaltation, 61; his triumph and
the power of his gospel, 369; his in-
vitation, 462; his character, 46; his

characters, borrowed from inanimate
things in scripture, 281; his resur-
rection, 396, 499, 576; the branch of
David, the morning star, &c. 286;
the sun of righteousness, 332, 333;
the head of the church, 5, 363; his
presence intreated in his churches,
570; communion with him, 382; our
strength, 387; the king, at his table,
391; the living stone, 393; remem-
brance of, 450; stilling the storm,
567; the tree of life, 539; the great
High Priest of our profession, 282;
the light and life of the world, 260;
his offices prophetically described,
13;
fairer than men, 49; precious to
them that believe, 93; viewed by
faith, 112; his crucifixion, 163;
Christian character, 556, 558; scheme
of salvation worthy of God, 326;
race, 294; zeal tempered by charity,
482; the happy state of, 178; friend-
ship, 464; virtues, 501; charity, 519
Christian's consolation, founded on Ja-
cob's vow, 379
Christmas hymn, 54
Church, glory and dependence of, 356 ;
our safety and delight, 65; glory and
safety of, 376; increase of, 487; the
garden of God, 24; glory of, in the
latter day, 398
Closing of divine service, 337, 352, 437,
469, 470, 509
Commencement of public worship, 544
Communion hymn, 497, 514,
Communing with our hearts, 504
Comfort from scriptures, 320
Contemplations on nature, 538
Contentment and tranquillity 235
Consolation of Israel, 6
Convention hymn, 257, 340
Confidence in God, 245
Covenant of grace, 143, 144
Creation, the new, 290, 346
Creation, the Lord seen and adored in,
Creation of man, 516
Creator God, 53
Cross, glory in the, 291

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D.

Desire of divine knowledge, 155
Desire of all nations, 7
Devout profession of sincerity, 416
Devotion, 160, 261, 407, 408, 409, 536
Devout aspirations, 228, 412
Designs of Providence in the changes
and revolutions of the world, 526
Difference between the righteous and
the wicked, 475
Dismissal of church with a blessing,352
Divine service, closing of, 437, 469;
worship, attendance on, 23; being
and perfections, 67; forgiveness and
direction, 64; protection, grace, and
truth, 73; protection, resignation and
gratitude, 146; Providence in air,
earth, and sea, 273; favour, suppli-
cation for, 555; greatness and con-
descension, 149; Providence and the
folly of self-dependence, 307; good-
ness, delight in, 199; knowledge, de-
sire of, 155; preservation, 156; mer-
cy implored, 524; majesty and pow-
er, 191; love, 259; goodness, grateful
recegnition of, 540; revelation, ad-
vantages of, 317; spirit, influence of,
457; councils, 364
Door of mercy, 79
Door, everlasting, 18
Dying Christian, 440

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Early religion, 355

Earthly objects, vanity of, 338
| Emmaus, 565

Encouragement to trust and love God,

270

Error, guilt and folly, freedom from, 230
Eternal spirit, 553
Evening hymn, 508
Example of Jesus, 517
Excellence of Scripture, 2

F.

Faith, 559, 560; living by, 345; in God
in a time of distress, 444; in God's
names, 445; its power, 229
Fast, hymn for, 341; day, 495
Filial submission, 378
First and last, 126

Forgiveness of sin upon confession, 406
Fountain opened for sinners, 9
Folly cured by affliction, 370
Folly of self-dependence, 307

Daily and nightly devotion, 160, 261
Daily devotion, 409
Day of rest, 250

Dead to sin by the cross of Christ, 389 Fruitful seasons, 138
Death and heaven, 449
Dedication of children, 97, 98
Dedication hymn, 439
Delight in ordinances, 274
Deliverance and protection, 214
Deliverance, remarkable, 158
Desiring assurance of God's favour, 466;
the spirit, 553; to praise God, 568
Design of God's works, 222

Fruitful showers, emblems of the ef-
fects of the gospel, 232
Freedom from error, guilt and folly, 230
Free grace, revealing in Christ, 386

G.

Gentiles, 77, 79
General song of praise, 148
Gentiles, calling of the, 107
Glories of redemption, 85

the world, 300; his government Zi-
on's joy, 203; hearing the voice of
his rod, 402; of nature invoked, 134;
of mercy adored, 226
Goodness, unbounded, 263
Gospel invitation, 100; worship and
order, 72; praise for, 3; its blessings,
104, 142, 242; its excellency, 233, 306;
blessedness of gospel times, 279; its
various blessings, 361; the gospel
mission, 105; sound of the gospel
trumpet to a perishing sinful world,
240; its divine light, 327; its power
and triumph of Christ, 369; its suc-
cess, 533; feast, 432, 460
Grace, divine protection and truth, 73;
"By grace are ye saved," &c. 108;
the covenant of, 143, 144
Gratitude, 478, 575; to God, 312; to
God for his innumerable mercies, 313
Grateful recognition of divine good-
ness, 540

Guilty mind relieved by hope of for-
giveness, 405

Glory to the most high God, 127; in the

cross, 291; and grace in Immanuel,
80; and defence of the church, 356;
and safety of the church, 376; of the
church in the latter day, 398
God is love, 48, 314; the love of him
better than life, 30; his love eternal
and unchangeable, 87; proclaimed
by the voice of nature, 43, 58; trans-
forming vision of, 57; obedience due
to from all men, 62; brightness of his
glory, 102; value of the knowledge
of him, 420; song of praise to him,
422; the Creator of mankind, 131;
worshipped as our creator, 268; seen
in all his works, 550; his mercy and
power, 385; the greatness and glory
of his works, 537; his reign, 42; the
ways of the righteous known to him,
198; his mercy and goodness, 200;
the life and light of the world, 52;
no respecter of persons, 204; victory
from him, 220; the operations of na-
ture speak his existence 43; our
shepherd and guardian, 223; our por-
tion, 360; our constant benefactor,
310; preserver, benefactor, and sa-
viour, 311; his condescension in be-
coming the shepherd of men, 208; the
soul's only portion, 569; eternal and
sovereign, 276; the only living and
true, 301; exalted above all praise,
303; all in all, 254; the unfailing
source of good, 546; the only refuge
of the afflicted, 523; our preserver in
a sickly season, 528; dwelling with
the humble, 453; his never-ceasing
goodness, 224; the intellectual light,
201; unchangeably good, 216; ab-
sence from him, 215; the unfailing
source of good, 546; providence and
care of his children, 267; his tender
care of his people, 63; his assistance
implored in worship, 349; his reign,
42; his compassion to human weak-
ness, 400; worshipped with rever-
ence, 147; his dominion over the
world, &c. 269; his universal do-
minion, or angels praise the Lord,
383; his wisdom, 41; his perfections,
384; his perfections and providence,
135, 136; fulfilment of his prom-
ises, 180; his condescension, 193,578;
his condescension in human affairs,
194; his omniscience and omnipres-
ence, 197; his glory, 192; his ma-
jesty, 195; his goodness and mercy,
200; his distinguishing goodness to
man, 206; the Father of mercy, 225;
his being, omnipresence, and provi-
dence, 202; his universal presence,
195; his presence mortifying us to

H.
Habitual devotion, 408
Harmony of praise, 187
Heathen nations, 107, 109
Heaven, 552

Heart laid open before God, 417
Hebrew sacred melody, 52
Heavenly Jerusalem, 243; bridegroom,
500; shepherd, 83, 207
Heir of salvation born, 433
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