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The God Jehovah reigns
The God of Abraham praise
The God of love my Shepherd is
The God of mercy be adored
The God who created the skies
The happy morn is come
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord. 328
The head that once was crowned
The hour of my departure's come.
The hours of evening close
The leaves around me falling.
The Lord can clear the darkest skies. 430
The Lord, descending from above.
The Lord Jehovah reigns
The Lord is King, lift up thy voice
The Lord is rich and merciful.
The Lord of glory is my light.
The Lord of might, from Sinai's brow 185
The Lord shall come, the earth
The Lord, the Sovereign King
The Saviour calls, let every ear
The Saviour comes, no outward
The Saviour, what a noble flame
The spacious firmament on high
The Spirit breathes upon the word
The starry firmament on high
The sun is gone, like to the day.
Thee we adore eternal Name.
Their hearts shall not be moved
There is a book who runs may read
There is a dwelling-place above
There is a fountain filled with blood
There is a happy land.
There is a heaven of perfect peace
There is a house not made with
There is a land of pure delight
There's joy in heaven and joy on
There was a time when children
Think on the mercy of our God,
This is the day the Lord hath made
This is the day to tune with care
This is the day when Christ arose
This is the word of truth and love
To God, the great, the ever-blest
To God the Only wise.
To heaven I lift my waiting eyes
To his own world he came
To Jesus, the crown of my hope
To me to live let it be Christ
To-morrow, Lord, is thine
To our Redeemer's glorious name
To praise the ever-bounteous Lord
To Zion's hill I lift mine eyes.
To thee, my God and Saviour
To the hills I lift mine eyes
To the source of every blessing
To thy temple I repair
Two temples doth Johovah prize
Unite, my roving thoughts unite
Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb
Upon the holy mountains high
Up to the hills I lift my eyes.
Up to the Lord who reigns on high
Vain, delusive world, adieu
Vital spark of heavenly flame
Walk in the light, and thou shalt own 483
We bid thee welcome in the name 673
We bless the eternal source of light. 670
We bless the Lord, the just, the
We bless the Saviour's name
We gave ourselves to thee, O Lord
We give immortal praise
We join to crave with wishes kind
We love thee, Lord, yet not alone.
We saw thee not when thou didst.
We sing of the realms of the blest
We sing the praise of him who died. 152
We sing to thee thou Son of God 274
We that have passed in slumber
Welcome, sweet day of rest
Welcome, welcome, sinner, hear
We've no abiding city here
What equal honour shall we bring
What is life? tis but a vapour.
What must it be to dwell above
What shall I render to my God.
What various hindrances we meet
When all thy mercies, O my God
When any turn from Zion's way
When darkness long has veiled
When gathering clouds around.
When, gracious Lord, when shall it
When his salvation bringing.
When I can read my title clear.
When I can trust my all with God
When I survey the wondrous cross
When Jordan hushed his waters
When musing sorrow mourns
When, O dear Jesus, when shall I
When on Sinai's top I see
When overwhelmed with grief
When quiet in my house I sit
When shall we meet again.
When sins and fears prevailing
When the Saviour dwelt below.
When the worn spirit wants repose.
When this passing world is done
When thou, my righteous Judge
When to the house of God we go
When we cannot see our way
Where high the heavenly temple
Where is the Hebrews' God
Wheresoever two or three.
Where two or three with sweet
While in the world we yet remain
While with ceaseless course the sun. 857
Who are these in dazzling brightness 630
Who are they whose little feet
Who can describe the joys that rise. 391
Who can forbear to sing.
Why art thou still cast down, my soul 980
Why do we mourn departing friends 603
Why should our tears in sorrow . 691
Why should the children of a King 306
Why should we start and fear to die 618
With all my powers of heart
With broken heart and contrite sigh 386
With heavenly power, O Lord defend 678
With humble heart and tongue
With joy we meditate the grace
With one consent let all the earth
With reverence let the saints
With sacred joy we lift our eyes
With thee, Lord, will I walk by day
With transport, Lord, our souls.
Witness, ye men and angels now
Ye hearts with youthful vigour
Ye humble souls, approach your God 803
Ye humble souls that seek the Lord, 170
Ye nations round the throne rejoice 844
Ye servants of the living God
Ye servants of the Lord
"Ye that in these courts are found 353
Ye trembling souls, dismiss your fears 436
Ye virgin souls, arise
Ye wretched, hungry, starving, poor 349
Yes, God is good, in earth and sky
Yes, the Redeemer rose
Young children once to Jesus came
Your harps, ye trembling saints
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