Old-Line Primitive Baptist Hymn and Tune Book

Index of First Lines

NumberFirst Line
641A child of Jehovah, a subject of grace
249A debtor to mercy alone
673A few more days on earth to spend
760A few more years shall roll
732A home in heav'n! what a joyful thought
361A sovereign Protector I have
383Abide with me; fast falls the eventide
50Adam, our father and our head
259Afflicted saint, to Christ draw near
210Afflictions, though they seem severe
214Ah, wretched, vile, ungrateful heart
652Ah! I soon shall be dying
675Ah! lovely appearance of death
95Alas! and did my Saviour bleed
677Alas! how changed that lovely flower
629All gifts bestowed on saints below
82All hail the power of Jesus' name
821All sects contend that they are right
611All the elected train
743Almighty Maker of my frame
83Aloud we sing the wondrous grace
733Am I a soldier of the cross
266Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
500Amazing grace! And shall I still
354Amid the dark, the dismal scene
769Amid the sorrows of the way
6Amid the splendors of thy state
654An alien from God, and a stranger to grace
664And am I blessed with Jesus' love
727And am I born to die
545And are we yet alive
96And have I, Christ, no love for Thee
728And is there, Lord, a rest
679And let this feeble body fail
236And may I hope that when no more
729And must this body die
506Another six days' work is done
533Apostles trod this holy ground
281Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat
548Arise and be baptized
826Arise, my soul, arise
21Arise, my soul, my joyful pow'rs
618Arise, my thoughts, and trace the spring
143As Moses lifts the serpent high
170As needles point towards the pole
97As on the cross the Saviour hung
683Asleep in Jesus! blessèd sleep
803Assist my soul, my heav'nly King
580Assist Thy servant, Lord
53Astonished and distressed
173At anchor laid, remote from home
138At the birth of Christ our King
152Awake and sing the song
165Awake, awake, arise
415Awake, my heart, arise, my tongue
502Awake, my heart, my soul, arise
574Awake, my soul, and with the sun
89Awake, my soul, in joyful lays
540Awake, my soul! to sound His praise
245Awaked by Sinai's awful sound
54Backward with humble shame we look
36Be joyful in God, all ye lands of the earth
1Before Jehovah's awful throne
694Before the great Jehovah's bar
527Before Thy throne, eternal King
30Begin, my tongue, some heav'nly theme
323Begone unbelief, my Saviour is near
213Behold a sinner, dearest Lord
547Behold the gift of God
440Behold the mount of Zion
387Behold the perfect man
600Behold the potter and the clay
84Behold the sure Foundation-Stone
240Behold the Throne of grace
127Behold the woman's promised seed
598Behold, what wond'rous grace
346Bereft of all, when hopeless care
339Beset with snares on ev'ry hand
239Beside the gospel pool
62Blessed with the joys of innocence
805Blest are the humble souls that see
810Blest are the sons of peace
410Blest are the souls that hear and know
442Blest be the dear uniting love
474Blest be the tie that binds
185Blest Comforter Divine
787Blest is the man, forever blest
804Blest Jesus, source of grace divine
432Blood has a voice to pierce the skies
404Blow ye the trumpet, blow
462Bought with the Saviour's precious blood
555Brethren, I bid you all farewell
479Brethren, we have met again
511Brethren, we have met to worship
607Brethren while we sojourn here
77Brethren, why toil ye thus for toys
592Brethren, would you know your stay
681Bright scenes of bliss, unclouded skies
568Buried beneath the yielding wave
616But few among the carnal wise
646"By cov'nant transaction and blood,"
103By faith, my Christ I now behold
269By nature born to pain and death
57By nature, none of Adam's race
609By whom was David taught
317Cast thy burden on the Lord
745Children of the heav'nly King
411Christ and His cross is all our theme
90Christ is the way to heav'nly bliss
451Christ, the Rock and King of Zion
491Christians, if your hearts are warm
153Come all harmonious tongues
192Come, all who fear the Lord, and see
195Come, all ye chosen saints of God
793Come, all ye mourning pilgrims dear
425Come, all ye mourning souls, attend
532Come, all ye sons of God, and view
242Come all ye weary pilgrims
188Come, blessèd Spirit! Source of light
531Come brethren, ye who love the Lord
835Come, children of heaven, and help us to sing
584Come, Christian brethren, ere we part
501Come, dearest Lord, and bless this day
166Come, every pious heart
187Come, gracious Spirit, heav'nly Dove
184Come, gracious Spirit, now
98Come, happy souls, approach your God
189Come, Holy Spirit, calm my mind
183Come, Holy Spirit, come
591Come, Holy Spirit, Dove divine
179Come, Holy Spirit, heav'nly Dove
314Come humble sinner, in whose breast
783Come humble souls, ye mourners, come
521Come in, thou blessèd of the Lord
522Come in, ye blessèd of the Lord
822Come, let our hearts and voices join
782Come, let our souls adore the Lord
91Come, let us join, with cheerful songs
581Come, let us join with one accord
770Come, Lord, and help us to rejoice
658Come my dear friends and mourn with me
211Come my heart and let us try
217Come, my soul, thy suit prepare
530Come saints and sinners, now, behold
15Come, sound his praise abroad
222Come, tell us your troubles, ye saints of the Lord
27Come, Thou Fount of ev'ry blessing
757Come, Thou long-expected Jesus
476Come, we that love the Lord
794Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish
593Come, ye sinners, poor and needy
92Come ye that love the Saviour's name
713Come ye who know the Lord indeed
372Compared with Christ, in all beside
375Constrained by their Lord to embark
551Convened from diff'rent parts, O Lord
409"Cursed be the man, forever cursed
830Dark and thorny is the desert
631Dark was the night, and cold the ground
541Deacons awake, the work fulfill
539Dear friends, farewell, I do you tell
684Dear is the spot where Christians sleep
175Dear Lord, and shall Thy Spirit rest
209Dear Lord! why should I doubt Thy love
768Dear Redeemer, keep me free
358Dear refuge of my weary soul
820Dear Saviour! let Thy gracious eye
566Dear Shepherd of Thy people, here
509Dearest Saviour, help Thy servant
785Dearest Saviour! We adore Thee
52Deep in the dust before Thy throne
595Deep in the everlasting mind
564Despise me not, my carnal friends
125Did Christ o'er sinners weep
582Did Christ the great example lead
772Didst Thou, dear Jesus, suffer shame
587Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord
332Do not I love Thee, O my Lord
316Does the gospel-word proclaim
503Down by the waterside we meet
487Down to the sacred wave
556Early, my God, without delay
206Encompassed with clouds of distress
318Encouraged by Thy word
134Ere the blue heav'ns were stretch'd abroad
40Eternal pow'r, whose high abode
505Eternal Source of ev'ry joy
573Eternal Spirit, heav'nly Dove
172Eternal Spirit! we confess
63Eternal Wisdom, Thee we praise
670Ev'ry moment brings me nearer
648Expand, my soul, arise and sing
700Fades the lovely blooming flow'r
268Faith adds new charms to earthly bliss
808Faith is the brightest evidence
617Faith is the Spirit's evidence
780Faith! 'tis a precious grace
472Far as Thy name is known
114Far from my thoughts, vain world, begone
690Far from these narrow scenes of night
477Farewell, my dear brethren, the time is at hand
714Farewell, vain world, I'm going home
689Father, I long, I faint to see
74Father of mercies, in Thy word
565Father, we bow before Thy throne
349Father, whate'er of earthly bliss
740Father, who in the olive shade
622Firm as the earth Thy gospel stands
56Fools in their hearts believe and say
480For a season called to part
304Forever shall my fainting soul
14From all that dwell below the skies
320From all that's mortal, all that's vain
307From deep distress and troubled thoughts
335From east to west let others roam
801From ev'ry stormy wind that blows
831From low pursuits exalt my mind
465From whence doth this union arise
448Gather my saints together! speaks
824Gentle Shepherd, gently lead us
330Gently, Lord, O gently lead us
748Give me the wings of faith to rise
536Give me Thy Spirit, O my God
3Give to our God immortal praise
17Give to the Father praise
458Glorious things of thee are spoken
29Glory, honor, praise, and power
144Glory to God! who reigns above
498Go, and the Saviour's grace proclaim
67"Go, search the Scriptures," saith our Lord
549Go, teach the nations and baptize
433God, in the gospel of His Son
13God, in the riches of His grace
28God is love: His mercy brightens
4God moves in a mysterious way
377God of love, oh, hear our pray'r
781God of my life, look gently down
31God shall alone the refuge be
70God, who in various methods told
441God, who rules the times and seasons
276Grace, 'tis a charming sound
180Gracious Spirit, love divine
11Great God, attend while Zion sings
571Great God, dismiss us in Thy love
707Great God, I own Thy sentence just
12Great God, let all my tuneful pow'rs
836Great God, my Maker and my King
271Great God, though from myself concealed
25Great God, 'tis from Thy sovereign grace
5Great God! how infinite art Thou
39Great is the Lord; His works of might
847Great is the Lord our God
421Great source of all th'eternal grace
331Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah
293Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews
461Had not the Lord, may Israel say
260Hail, sov'reign Love! that first began
117Hail the blest morn! When the great Mediator
674Hail, ye sighing sons of sorrow
746Hail! Ye foll'wers of the Lamb
444Happy the souls to Jesus joined
139Hark, my soul, it is the Lord
122Hark, ten thousand harps and voices
715Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound
121Hark! The voice of love and mercy
302Hark! 'tis the Saviour's voice you hear
169He dies! The friend of sinners dies
741He lives, the great Redeemer lives
86He who on earth as man was known
554Head of the church, Thy care we bless
171Hear, gracious sov'reign, from Thy throne
426Hear the royal proclamation
706Hear what the voice from heav'n proclaims
481Heav'nly raptures fill my soul
499Here at thy table, Lord, we meet
701High in yonder realms of light
v111High on a throne my Lord doth sit
113High on His Father's royal seat
529His death we mourn, who lately stood
400Ho! ev'ry one that thirsts, draw nigh
78Holy Bible, book Divine
43Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty
348Holy Jesus, lovely Lamb
181Holy Spirit, faithful Guide
106Hosanna to the Prince of light
155Hosanna! Jesus reigns
560How are Thy glories here displayed
427How beauteous are their feet
227How blest the children of the Lord
370How can I sink with such a prop
632How can ye hope, deluded souls
471How charming is the place
168How condescending and how kind
842How did my heart rejoice to hear
336How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord
561How great, how solemn is the work
623How happy is the man who hears
680How happy's ev'ry child of grace
282How hard and rugged is the way
176How helpless guilty nature lies
233How long, O Lord our Saviour
697How long shall death, the tyrant, reign
231How lost was my condition
832How lovely, how divinely sweet
196How oft, alas, this wretched heart
751How oft have sin and Satan strove
68How precious is the book divine
294How sad and awful is my state
159How shall I my Saviour set forth
23How shall I praise th'eternal God
408How shall the sons of men appear
843How sweet and awful is the place
447How sweet, how heav'nly is the sight
371How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
292How sweet to reflect on the day when my Saviour
688How sweet to reflect on the joys that await me
135How sweetly flowed the gospel's sound
250How tedious and tasteless the hours
798How vain are all things here below
633How vast the benefits divine
575Humble souls, who seek salvation
489Hungry, and faint, and poor
212I am a stranger here below
130"I Am," saith Christ, "the Way:"
291I find myself placed in a state of probation
55I hate the tempter and his charms
309I have sought round this verdant earth for unfading joy
115I know that my Redeemer lives
247I love my Saviour, God
776I love the Lord; He heard my cries
71I love the sacred book of God
845I love the sons of grace
243I love Thee, my Saviour, I love Thee, my Lord
755I love Thy kingdom, Lord
483I love to meet with saints and sing
32I love to see the Lord below
656I love to sing of heav'n
204I love to steal awhile away
402I love to tell the story of unseen things above
360I need Thee ev'ry hour
333I need Thee, precious Jesus
833I saw the Jewish temple purged
253I send the joys of earth away
846I sought the Lord to know
124I try, and try again
779I want a heart to pray
277I would but can not sing
705I would not live alway, I ask not to stay
244I would not weep alway, though many a tear
373If God is mine, then present things
362If human kindness meets return
376If life's pleasures charm thee, give them not thy heart
228If, Lord, in Thy fair book of life
663I'm but a stranger here
287I'm but a wandering pilgrim here
200I'm not ashamed to own my Lord
704I'm weary of straying, oh, fain would I rest
795In all my Lord's appointed ways
749In all my vast concerns with Thee
576In Jordan's tide the Baptist stands
368In seasons of grief to my God, I'll repair
132In Sharon's lovely Rose
597In songs of sublime adoration and praise
321In the hour when worn and weary
816In Thine own ways, O God of love
431In thunder once, Jehovah spoke
385In Thy cleft, O Rock of Ages, hide Thou me
514In Thy great name, O Lord, we come
807In vain we lavish out our lives
418In vain we seek for peace with God
157Infinite excellence is Thine
110Infinite grace! and can it be
407Inquiring souls, who long to find
72Israel in ancient days
695It doth not yet appear
313It is a glorious mystery — wonder, wonder, wonder
711Jerusalem, my happy home
319Jesus, at Thy command
534Jesus, behold Thy children here
608Jesus draws the chosen race
265Jesus, full of all compassion
507Jesus, grant us all a blessing
452Jesus, great Shepherd of the sheep
393Jesus heals the broken-hearted
145Jesus His name, it shall be called
146Jesus, I love Thy charming name
825Jesus, I my cross have taken
812Jesus, I sing Thy matchless grace
482Jesus, in humble, grateful praise
301Jesus is all I wish or want
590Jesus is gone above the skies
459Jesus, Lord, we look to Thee
109Jesus, my All, to heav'n is gone
391Jesus my God is all to me
340Jesus, my Saviour and my God
126Jesus, our Saviour and our God
389Jesus, Saviour, pilot me
818Jesus, since Thou art still today
147Jesus, th' eternal Son of God
412Jesus, the man of constant grief
136Jesus, the spring of joys divine
396Jesus the sum and substance is
734Jesus, Thou art the sinner's friend
142Jesus, thou everlasting King
603Jesus, we bless Thy Father's name
569Jesus, we own Thy sovereign sway
665Jesus, what shall I do to show
484Jesus, where'er Thy people meet
668Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding
353Jesus! And shall it ever be
378Jesus! lover of my soul
456Jesus! united by Thy grace
101Joy to the world! the Lord is come
33Keep silence, all created things
374Kind are the words that Jesus speaks
523Kindred in Christ, for His dear sake
470Laid by Jehovah's mighty hands
379Lead me safely on by the narrow way
154Let all our tongues be one
69Let all the heathen writers join
422Let everlasting glories crown
45Let ev'ry creature join
423Let ev'ry quickened ear attend
93Let not your hearts within you grieve
363Let others boast how strong they be
579Let sinners take their course
205Let worldly minds the world pursue
497Let Zion's watchmen all awake
691Life is a span, a fleeting hour
786Light of those whose dreary dwelling
624Lo, the destroying angel flies
719Lo! what a glorious sight appears
443Lo! What an entertaining sight
649Long ere the sun began his days
722Long have I tried terrestrial joys
59Look up, ye saints, direct your eyes
558Lord, at Thy table I behold
496Lord, before we leave Thy dwelling
252Lord, didst Thou die, but not for me
510Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing
392Lord, dost Thou say, "Ask what thou wilt?"
550Lord, grant a smile before we part
485Lord, how delightful 'tis to see
788Lord, how mysterious are Thy ways
51Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin
364Lord, I believe; Thy pow'r I own
75Lord, I have made Thy Word my choice
630Lord, I would spread my sore distress
828Lord, if Thou Thy grace impart
495Lord, in humble, sweet submission
518Lord, in the morning I will send
520Lord, in the morning Thou shalt hear
515Lord, in Thy courts we now appear
347Lord, let me see Thy blissful face
742Lord, must Thy gospel fly away
642Lord of creation's wondrous frame
635Lord, Thou hast many sheep to bring
469Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing to stand
504Lord, to this fountain we repair
174Lord, 'twas a time of wondrous love
10Lord, we are blind, we mortals, blind
493Lord, we come before Thee now
9Lord, what is man, poor, feeble man
48Lord, when I count Thy mercies o'er
64Lord, when our raptured thought surveys
813Lord, where shall guilty souls retire
305Lord, with a grieved and aching heart
201Lost in the ruins of the fall
140Love divine, how sweet the sound
791Love is the sweetest bud that blows
94Low in the grave He lay
149Majestic sweetness sits enthroned
264Mary to the Saviour's tomb
784May the grace of Christ our Saviour
202"Mercy, O Thou Son of David!"
655Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints
610Mistaken men may brawl
254Mixtures of joy and sorrow
659Must friends and kindred droop and die
774Must Jesus bear the cross alone
696My body's now at rest
552My brethren, farewell; I do you now tell
585My Christian friends, in bonds of love
120My dear Redeemer and my Lord
367My faith looks up to Thee
248My Father and my God
241My former hopes are fled
528My God, accept my early vows
325My God, my life, my love
350My God, my portion, and my love
224My God, the spring of all my joys
267My God, what silken cords are Thine
160My gracious Redeemer I love
678My head and stay is called away
366My hope is built on nothing less
329My Jesus, as Thou wilt! Oh, may Thy will be mine
278My sorrows like a flood
766My soul, repeat His praise
41My soul, with humble fervor raise
365My times of sorrow and of joy
390Nearer, my God, to Thee
693No, I'll repine at death no more
251No more, my God, I boast no more
762No sleep nor slumber to his eyes
133Not all the blood of beasts
619Not all the outward forms on earth
542Not to control the church of God
141Not to Sinai's dreadful blaze
107Not unto us, but Thee alone
123Not with our mortal eyes
844Now from the east, and west, and south
543Now, gracious Lord, Thine arm reveal
289Now in Thy praise, eternal King
65"Now let a spacious world arise,"
731Now let our drooping hearts revive
671Now let our souls, on wings sublime
246Now let our voices join
563Now, Lord, inspire the preacher's heart
819Now, Lord, on Whom for help I call
182Now may the Spirit's holy fire
777O beautiful hills of Galilee
164O for a thousand tongues to sing
341O God, my heart with love inflame
345O, happy they who know the Lord
453O happy time, long waited for
272O how happy are they
723O Land of rest, for thee I sigh
199O Lord, how vile am I
463O Lord of Hosts, remember us
80O Lord, Thy perfect word
612O my distrustful heart
137O sir, we would see Jesus
207O tell me no more of this world's vain store
735O Thou, from whom all goodness flows
129O Thou in whose presence my soul takes delight
357O Zion, afflicted with wave upon wave
235O! for a glance of heav'nly day
47Obedient nature at Thy call
647O'er mercy's unfathomed abyss
352O'erwhelmed with restless griefs and fears
382Oh, could I find, from day to day
58Oh, could I find some peaceful bow'r
322Oh, for a closer walk with God
790Oh, for a faith that will not shrink
792Oh, for a heart to praise my God
698Oh, for an overcoming faith
586Oh, happy day, when saints shall meet
234Oh, how shall I myself assure
815Oh, may the pow'r which melts the rock
208Oh, once I had a glorious view
657Oh, sing to me of heav'n
229Oh, that I knew the secret place
538Oh, that the Lord would count me meet
604Oh, the mysterious depths of grace
395Oh, what amazing words of grace
232Oh, when shall I see Jesus
198Oh, where shall rest be found
342Oh! Christ, He is the fountain
306Oh! give me, Lord my sins to mourn
167On earth the song begins
417On Sion, His most holy mount
197On the mountain's top appearing
215On willows, near to Babel's flood
672On Zion's glorious summit stood
490Once more before we part
519Once more, my soul, the rising day
567Once more we come before our God
572Once more we come before Thee, Lord
163One there is, above all others
177Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed
516Our cheerful voices let us raise
764Our heav'nly Father calls
627Our Jesus loves His dear elect
739Out of the depths of woe
827Pass me not, O gentle Saviour
221Pity a helpless sinner, Lord
85Plunged in a gulf of dark despair
303Poor and afflicted, Lord, are Thine
220Poor, weak, and worthless, though I am
2Praise God from whom all blessings flow
799Pray'r is the contrite sinner's voice
797Pray'r is the soul's sincere desire
796Pray'r is the work the Lord commands
76Precious Bible! what a treasure
81Prepare a thankful song
778Prepare me, gracious God
274Prostrate, dear Jesus, at Thy feet
131Raise your triumphant songs
20Rejoice, the Lord is King
601Rejoice, ye saints, in ev'ry state
752Religion is the chief concern
737Religion's form is vain
535Renewed by grace, we love the word
308Rock of ages, cleft for me
475Salem's bright King, Jesus by name
636Salvation through our dying Head
273Salvation! O, melodious sound
263Salvation! O mysterious plan
424Salvation! Oh, the joyful sound
625Salvation! What a glorious plan
626Saviour divine! we know Thy name
758Saviour, look with pity downward on this favored nation all
99Saviour of men, and Lord of love
464Saviour, visit Thy plantation
116Saw ye my Saviour, saw ye my Saviour
79Say, Christian, would'st thou thrive
753Scarce, in this cold, declining day
644See Felix, clothed with pomp and pow'r
454See, gracious God, before Thy throne
161See the Lord of glory dying
596Self-righteous souls on works rely
438Shall atheists dare insult the cross
692Shall the vile race of flesh and blood
662Shed not a tear o'er your friend's early bier
87"Shepherds, rejoice! lift up your eyes
219Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive
823Sin has a thousand treach'rous arts
283Sin, like a venomous disease
775Since man by sin has strayed from God
261Sinful, and blind, and poor
270Sing, all ye ransomed of the Lord
128Sinners, away from Sinai fly
800Sinners, this solemn truth regard
667Sister, thou wast mild and lovely
682So fades the lovely, blooming flow'r
638So let our lips and lives express
492Softly now the light of day
744Soldiers of Christ, arise
620Some wise men of opinions boast
343Sometimes a light surprises
203Sometimes that which I most desire
594Sons we are, through God's election
191Sov'reign of all the worlds on high
562Sov'reign of life, I own Thy hand
806Sprinkled with reconciling blood
16Stand up and bless the Lord
225Submissive to Thy will, my God
262Supported by Thy word
771Sweet hour of pray'r, sweet hour of pray'r
34Sweet is the mem'ry of thy grace
66Sweet Jesus! how great is Thy love
841Sweet rivers of redeeming love
756Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
216Sweet was the time when first I felt
44Swell the anthem, raise the song
669Tarry with me, O, my Saviour
699Teach me the measure of my days
767Tell me no more of earthly toys
420Thanks be to my Head, the great King of kings
837That awful day will surely come
559That doleful night before His death
311That man is ever blest
676The angels that watched 'round the tomb
73The Bible is the book of books
178The blessèd Spirit, like the wind
284The cause that is for me too hard
473The church of God is fair
449The Church of God secure shall stand
466The church of God, the living God
599The cov'nant of free grace
512The cross of Christ inspires my heart
488The day is past and gone
761The glorious gospel of our God
437The gospel brings tidings, glad tidings indeed
419The gospel's the law of the Lamb
436The heralds of Jesus, commissioned by God
628The Holy Spirit must renew
513The hour of pray'r once more is come
112The King of Glory sends His Son
428The law by Moses came
398The law commands, and makes us know
413The Lord, descending from above
388The Lord my Shepherd is
416The Lord of glory came to earth
18The Lord, the God of glory, reigns
226The Lord will happiness divine
834The moon and stars shall lose their light
19The righteous Lord, supremely great
194The saints Emmanuel's portion are
399The Saviour sent the gospel forth
108The Saviour! O what endless charms
258The soul that's truly born of God
150The true Messiah now appears
460The unconverted want to know
445The voice of the Shepherd His flock shall convene
789The worth of truth no tongue can tell
525The year of time has rolled away
88Thee we adore, Eternal Word
712There is a blissful home on high
401There is a fountain filled with blood
720There is a house not made with hands
666There is a land mine eye hath seen
730There is a land of pure delight
148There is a name I love to hear
162There is a name whose music thrills
639There is a period known to God
839There is a place of hallowed peace
747There is a spot to me more dear
403There is a story ever new
840There is a stream whose current flows
660There is an hour of peaceful rest
754There was a Romish lady brought up in Popery
435There was an hour when Christ rejoiced
687There's a land that is fairer than day
156This is the day the Lord hath made
583This is the feast of heav'nly wine
100Thou dear Redeemer, dying Lamb
279Thou dear Redeemer, God
811Thou God of Jabez, hear
384Thou my everlasting portion
338Thou only sov'reign of my heart
486Thou sacred Spirit, heav'nly dove
645Though justly of wrongs we complain
324Though troubles assail, and dangers affright
765Thrice comfortable hope
429Thrice happy are the men
37Through all the changing scenes of life
38Through all the downward tracks of time
35Through endless years Thou art the same
255Thus far my God has led me on
256Thus far the Lord has led me on
570Thus was the great Redeemer plunged
24Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confess
223Thy mercy, My God, is the theme of my song
288Thy people, Lord, have ever found
577Thy presence, gracious God, afford
386Thy way, not mine, O Lord
7Thy way, O God, is in the sea
42Thy ways, O Lord! with wise design
651Time is winging us away
716Time like a fleeting shadow flies
218'Tis a point I long to know
310'Tis hard, when we are sick and poor
643'Tis not the law of ten commands
702'Tis religion that can give
394'Tis the gospel's joyful tidings
22To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
46To God the only wise
344To heav'n I lift my waiting eyes
809To Him from whom our blessings flow
104To our Redeemer's glorious Name
380To Thee again, my gracious God
814To Thee, my Shepherd and my Lord
105To those who know the Lord I speak
494To Thy house, as we repair
578Today the Saviour rose
61'Twas from Thy hand, my God, I came
588'Twas on that dark, that doleful night
686Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb
738Up, haste to Calvary
517Upon Thy servant, called to fill
634Vain are the hopes that rebels place
615Vain are the hopes the sons of men
326Vain, delusive world, adieu
829Wait, my soul, upon the Lord
337Wait, O my soul, thy Maker's will
467We are a garden walled around
773We seek a rest beyond the skies
724We shall sleep, but not forever
725We speak of the realms of the blest
468We till the earth, and plow the fields
589We to this place are come to show
544Welcome sweet day of rest
446Well may Thy servants mourn, my God
298We've no abiding city here
397What a divine harmonious sound
327What a friend we have in Jesus
312What cheering words are these
717What is it for a saint to die
537What lovely band is this I see
621What makes mistaken men afraid
351What shall I render to my God
434What shall the dying sinner do
102What think ye of Christ? is the test
650What various hindrances we meet
439What wisdom, majesty and grace
736What wondrous love is this, O my soul
726What's this that steals upon my frame
457When Abra'm, full of sacred awe
275When all Thy mercies, O my God
721When, bending o'er the brink of life
718When blooming youth is snatched away
450When Christians meet to sing and pray
257When first to claim me for His own
299When from the precepts to the cross
640When from the truth professors turn
285When I can read my title clear
118When I survey the wondrous Cross
49When I with pleasing wonder stand
158When Jesus hung upon the tree
300When languor and disease invade
297When legal hope my mind possess'd
230When, O dear Jesus, when shall I
119When on the cross my Lord I see
355When overwhelmed with doubts and fear
280When overwhelmed with grief
802When Peter through the tedious night
356When sins and fears prevailing rise
763When sorrows encompass me round
759When the day of life is brightest
838When the last trumpet's awful voice
381When the storms of life are raging
661When Thou, my righteous Judge, shall come
553When we baptize, we see the mode
8Where from Thy Spirit shall I stretch
193Where is my God? does He retire
405Where must a sinner fly
430Where must a sinner fly
334Where must a weary sinner go
750Wherewith shall we approach the Lord
328While I am blest with youthful bloom
414While in the vale of vision, dead
817While o'er our guilty land, O Lord
151While shepherds watched their flocks by night
315Who can forbear to sing
605Who shall condemn to endless flames
602Who shall the Lord's elect condemn
708Why do we mourn departing friends
637Why does your face, ye humble souls
237Why, mourning soul, why flow these tears
296Why, O my soul, these anxious cares
709Why should our tears in sorrow flow
190Why should the children of a king
685Why should we start and fear to die
455Will God forever cast us off
613With David's Lord and ours
478With gladness, dear brethren, we meet at this place
524With heav'nly pow'r, O Lord, defend
295With melting heart and weeping eyes
26With rev'rence let the saints appear
286With tears of anguish I lament
406Without dispute, 'twixt bond or free
186Without Thy Spirit, Lord
290Ye friends of religion, I pray give attention
369Ye little flock, whom Jesus feeds
546Ye messengers of Christ
710Ye mourning saints, whose streaming tears
703Ye objects of sense, and enjoyments of time
606Ye pilgrims of Zion, and chosen of God
557Ye pilgrims, that are wand'ring home
238Ye sons of God, while here below
60Ye sons of men, with joy record
653Yes, I shall soon be landed
508You may sing of the beauties of mountain and dale
614Your harps, ye trembling saints