Charles Wesley Hymns, Meters 7

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This is a list of hymns of Charles Wesley, sorted by meters that begin with 7. For other meters, see Hymns of Charles Wesley.

Publication Codes

  • 1739a – Hymns and Sacred Poems
  • 1739b – Free Grace
  • 1739c – Hymns and Sacred Poems, Ed.2
  • 1740a – Means of Grace
  • 1740b – Life of Faith
  • 1740c – Hymns and Sacred Poems
  • 1741a – Collection of Psalms and Hymns
  • 1741b – Hymns on God's Everlasting Love
  • 1741c – Promise of Sanctification
  • 1742a – Hymns on God's Everlasting Love
  • 1742b – Hymns and Sacred Poems, Pt.1
  • 1742c – Hymns and Sacred Poems, Pt.2
  • 1742d – Whole Armor of God
  • 1742e – Taking of Jericho
  • 1742f – Elegy on Death of Robert Jones
  • 1742g – Fourteenth Chapter of Isaiah
  • 1742h – Thanksgiving for Colliers
  • 1742i – Hymn for Condemned Prisoners
  • 1743a – Psalms and Hymns, Pt.1
  • 1743b – Psalms and Hymns, Pt.2
  • 1743c – Prayer for Those Convinced of Sin
  • 1743d – Earnest Appeal to Men of reason
  • 1744a – Collection of Moral and Sacred Poems
  • 1744b – Hymns for Times of Trouble
  • 1744c – Times of Trouble and Persecution
  • 1744d – Extract of Wesley’s Journal [No. 4]
  • 1745a – Farther Appeal to Men of Reason
  • 1745b – Hymns on the Lord's Supper
  • 1745c – Difference between the Moravian
  • 1745e – A Word in Season
  • 1745f – Hymns for the Nativity of our Lord
  • 1745g – Word to a Protestant
  • 1745h – Hymns for Times of Trouble
  • 1746a – Funeral Hymns
  • 1746b – Hymns for Our Lord’s Resurrection
  • 1746c – Hymns for Ascension Day
  • 1746d – Hymns of Petition and Thanksgiving
  • 1746e – Hymns on the Great Festivals
  • 1746f – Public Thanksgiving Day
  • 1746g – Gloria Patri
  • 1746h – Graces Before and After Meat
  • 1747a – Hymn at the Sacrament
  • 1747b – Letter to the Bishop of London
  • 1747c – Hymns for Those that Seek
  • 1749a – Hymns and Sacred Poems, Vol.1
  • 1749b – Hymns and Sacred Poems, Vol.2
  • 1749c – Hymns for New Year’s Day
  • 1750a – Earthquake Hymns, Pt.1
  • 1750b – Earthquake Hymns, Pt.2
  • 1750c – Death of Thomas Hogg
  • 1755a – Epistle to John Wesley
  • 1755b – Catholic Spirit
  • 1756a – Hymn on the Lisbon Earthquake
  • 1756b – Hymns for the Year 1756
  • 1756c – Earthquake Hymns
  • 1758a – Hymns of Intercession
  • 1759a – For the Kingdom of England
  • 1759b – Funeral Hymns
  • 1759c – Hymns on the Expected Invasion
  • 1759d – Hymn for the People of Custrin
  • 1759e – Thanksgiving Hymns
  • 1760a – Hymns for the Preachers
  • 1762a – Scripture Hymns, Vol.1
  • 1762b – Scripture Hymns, Vol.2
  • 1763a – Hymns for Children
  • 1767a – Family Hymns
  • 1767b – Trinity Hymns, Pt.1
  • 1767c – Trinity Hymns, Pt.2
  • 1770a – Hymn for Mary Langson
  • 1770b – Hymn on the Death of Whitefield
  • 1771a – Elegy on Whitefield
  • 1771b – Epistle to Whitefield
  • 1772a – Preparation for Death
  • 1778a – Arminian Magazine, 1
  • 1779a – Arminian Magazine, 2
  • 1779b – Ode on Dr. Boyce
  • 1779c – Hymn for John Wesley
  • 1780a – Arminian Magazine, 3
  • 1780b – Tumult Hymns
  • 1781a – Arminian Magazine, 4
  • 1781b – Protestant Association
  • 1781c – Hymns for the Nation
  • 1782a – Arminian Magazine, 5
  • 1782b – Hymns for the National Fast
  • 1783a – Arminian Magazine, 6
  • 1784a – Arminian Magazine, 7
  • 1785a – Arminian Magazine, 8
  • 1785b – Prayers for Condemned Malefactors
  • 1787a – Arminian Magazine, 10

Sorted by Meter

Meter 73.35. (2)

  • Angels speak, let men give ear (1745f)
  • Praise be to the Father given (1740c)

Meter 73.36. (1)

  • Father of compassions, hear us (1759e)

Meter 76.447.D. (1)

  • Oh! That the flaming chariot (1749b)

Meter 766.. (1)

  • Christ, our living head draw near (1746b)

Meter 76.76. (2)

  • Lord, I believe a rest remains (1740c)
  • Rise, the woman’s conquering seed (1762a)

Meter 76.76.66.66. (1)

  • Spirit of supplication (1767a)

Meter 76.76.D. (46)

  • And let my body languish (1762a)
  • Bending beneath the burthen (1767a)
  • Called to fill up the measure (1762b)
  • Christ our Passover for us (1745b)
  • Farewell thou once a sinner (1749b)
  • Father of mankind, whose love (1742a)
  • Father of our dying Lord (1742c)
  • Father, Son, and Spirit, come (1767a)
  • Father, thy gracious warning (1767a)
  • Father, to thy protection (1767c)
  • Glory be to God on high (1745f)
  • God of all sufficient grace (1762a)
  • God of awful majesty (1750a)
  • God of glorious majesty (1750a)
  • God of unexhausted grace (1742c)
  • God, the omnipresent God (1750a)
  • Happy soul, enjoy thy gain (1749b)
  • Jesus, great Redeemer, hear (1742b)
  • Jesus, thou Son of Mary (1767a)
  • Jesus, thy precious passion (1767c)
  • Let the world lament and grieve (1742c)
  • Lo! I come with joy to do (1747c)
  • Lord, I know not how to pray (1749a)
  • Most sensibly declining (1767a)
  • Not without thy direction (1767a)
  • O God in Christ the Savior (1767a)
  • O might he live before thee (1767a)
  • O might the love of Jesus (1767a)
  • O this agony of grief (1749b)
  • O thou, whose kind compassion (1767a)
  • Of a dejected spirit (1767a)
  • Of my extreme distresses (1762a)
  • Praise the Lord, ye blessed ones (1747c)
  • Rock of everlasting love (1749b)
  • Savior, from thine open side (1762a)
  • Soon as Shiloh came, the Jews (1762a)
  • Still to make our numbers less (1762a)
  • Surely in the Lord we have (1742b)
  • The will of my Creator (1772a)
  • Thou wretched man of sorrow (1749b)
  • Troops of violent sins and lusts (1762a)
  • Two are better far than one (1749b)
  • Warned of my dissolution (1772a)
  • What shall I do to love thee (1767a)
  • Who God in Christ discover (1767c)
  • With sin and grief beginning (1767a)

Meter 76.76.77.76. (93)

  • As an eagle cleaves the air (1762a)
  • Brayed in trouble's mortar I (1762a)
  • Brought into the fire I am (1762b)
  • Can we from the world conceal (1762b)
  • Celebrate Immanuel’s name (1762b)
  • Christ, my hidden life appear (1742c)
  • Come, my God, Jehovah, come (1762b)
  • Darkly through a glass we see (1762b)
  • Darkness in ourselves, we shine (1762b)
  • Darkness the whole earth o’erspreads (1762b)
  • Did thine ancient Israel go (1745b)
  • Dreadful, pride-chastising word (1762b)
  • Earth rejoice, the Lord hath raised (1762b)
  • Every one who thee believes (1762b)
  • Father God, we glorify (1746b)
  • Father, in our hearts reveal (1762b)
  • Father, let the sinner go (1745b)
  • Father of my dying Lord (1742c)
  • Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (1749b)
  • Father, through thy Son receive (1746h)
  • Give me that enlarged desire (1762a)
  • Glorious God, accept an heart (1763a)
  • Glorious Savior of my soul (1741b)
  • Glory, honor, thanks, and praise (1749b)
  • Glory to our God most high (1767a)
  • God incomprehensible (1745b)
  • God of Daniel, hear my prayer (1742c)
  • God of heaven, appear below (1762b)
  • God of Israel’s faithful three (1742c)
  • God of unexampled grace (1745b)
  • God, who didst so dearly buy (1762b)
  • Great and marvelous in grace (1762b)
  • Happy who in Jesus live (1746a)
  • Hear, O Lord, the ceaseless prayer (1749b)
  • Hearken to the solemn voice (1742c)
  • Holy Ghost, the power inspire (1762b)
  • How may we resemble God (1762b)
  • How unlike the person now (1762b)
  • I will hearken what my Lord (1742c)
  • If thou dost thy gospel bless (1762b)
  • Jesu, hear! In bitterness (1741b)
  • Jesus, fix thy kingdom here (1762b)
  • Jesus, Lord, our hearts inspire (1762b)
  • Jesus, our exalted head (1746d)
  • Jesus, Son of God, thou art (1762a)
  • Jesus, what hast thou bestowed (1742c)
  • Joshua from above, thy will (1762a)
  • Let the world lament their dead (1742c)
  • Liberty in Christ we have (1762b)
  • Lo! The sin-avenging Lord (1762b)
  • Lo! The Son of man appears (1762b)
  • Lord, I glorify thy grace (1742c)
  • Lord, I magnify thy power (1767a)
  • Lord of hosts, Almighty Lord (1762b)
  • Lord of hosts, from thee we take (1762b)
  • Maker of the mouth of man (1762a)
  • Maker, Savior of mankind (1763a)
  • Master, can thy follower be (1762b)
  • Meet and right it is to sing (1749b)
  • No: I would not hitherto (1762b)
  • None is like Jeshuron’s God (1742c)
  • Nothing have I of my own (1762b)
  • O great mountain, who art thou (1742c)
  • O great mountain, who art thou (1742c)
  • O my old, my bosom-foe (1749a)
  • O the cruel power of sin (1742c)
  • O the depth of love divine (1745b)
  • O the length and breadth and height (1745b)
  • Oft I in my heart have said (1742c)
  • Oh! But must I, Lord, return (1742b)
  • Praise the Lord, who reigns above (1743b)
  • Prophet, sent from God above (1742c)
  • Rest, my troubled spirit, rest (1749b)
  • Rise, my soul, the dawn appears (1749b)
  • Rock of Israel, cleft for me (1745b)
  • Savior, whom our hearts adore (1781c)
  • Sovereign, everlasting Lord (1743b)
  • Sun of righteousness, arise (1762b)
  • Thou, my God, art good and wise (1763a)
  • To the hills I lift mine eyes (1743b)
  • To the meek and gentle Lamb (1741b)
  • Weeps the Savior o’er his foe (1762b)
  • What a mystery am I (1742c)
  • Where shall true believers go (1763a)
  • Which of the old prophets dared (1762b)
  • While thou dost our souls restore (1762b)
  • Who is this gigantic foe (1742c)
  • Who is this, that now comes up (1749b)
  • Who that trusted in the Lord (1749b)
  • Whom wilt thou thy people call (1762b)
  • Would my Savior have me do (1762b)
  • Would the Savior of mankind (1745b)
  • Wretched, helpless, and distressed (1742b)

Meter 76.76.78.76. (225)

  • Against the man of sin in me (1762a)
  • All that desperate sinners want (1762b)
  • All that in his footsteps tread (1762a)
  • Armed with Jesus two-edged sword (1762a)
  • As my day my strength hath been (1762a)
  • Be they strong, or void of might (1762a)
  • Bowels of compassion, sound (1759b)
  • Branch of Jesse’s stem, arise (1762a)
  • Bridegroom of his church, and head (1767b)
  • By a miracle of grace (1762b)
  • By the Father, and the Son (1767b)
  • Can it never be fulfilled (1762b)
  • Can the Ethiop change his skin? (1762b)
  • Cast on the fidelity (1767a)
  • Christ, our Passover, is slain (1762a)
  • Christ, the Lord our God, thou art (1762a)
  • Christ, whose glory fills the skies (1762b)
  • Come, the Lord our righteousness (1762b)
  • Come, thou heavenly Solomon (1762a)
  • Come, victorious Captain, come (1762a)
  • Come ye followers of the Lord (1745c)
  • Coming through our great high-priest (1762b)
  • David's Son by heaven adored (1762a)
  • Dawned that gospel-day divine (1762a)
  • Dreadful sin-chastising God (1745h)
  • Earth shall then with love o’er-flow (1762a)
  • Ever fainting with desire (1742c)
  • Faith and love the breast-plate make (1762a)
  • Faith lays hold on thy great might (1762a)
  • Father, help, by covenant ours (1762a)
  • Father, if thou must reprove (1762b)
  • Father, let thy faithfulness (1762a)
  • Father, now to Israel raise (1762b)
  • Father, Son, and Holy-Ghost (1762a)
  • Father, take thy plague away (1749b)
  • Father, thou hast raised him up (1762a)
  • Father, through thy Son to me (1762b)
  • First, the great Almighty Lord (1762a)
  • Foolish, ignorant, and blind (1763a)
  • Foolish world, thy vain reply (1782b)
  • For the hiding of thy face (1762b)
  • Giver, Lord, of life and death (1772a)
  • God distinct in Persons Three (1767c)
  • God in Christ, appear, and seal (1762b)
  • God in mortal flesh revealed (1762b)
  • God made known the mystery (1767b)
  • God of my salvation, hear (1742c)
  • God of truth, we wait on thee (1762b)
  • God omnipotent, arise (1780b)
  • God, the eternal Persons Three (1767b)
  • God they went, the Persons Three (1767b)
  • God, who did the Spirit bestow (1767b)
  • God, whose mercies never end (1762b)
  • Good for us, thy joy to share (1762b)
  • Grace, the fountain of all good (1762b)
  • Grace which sure salvation brings (1762a)
  • Great in evil is the day (1762b)
  • Happy day of union sweet (1762a)
  • Happy, Lord, thy people are (1762a)
  • Happy they, who humbly dread (1762b)
  • Happy who in Christ delight (1762a)
  • Hasten, Lord, the day of rest (1762b)
  • Hasten, Lord, the promised day (1762b)
  • Have not we redemption found (1767a)
  • Have we not securely played (1762a)
  • Hearkening to their shepherd's voice (1762b)
  • Help, eternal Spirit divine (1762a)
  • Help me, Savior, to hold fast (1762b)
  • Holy Ghost, apply thy word (1767b)
  • Holy Ghost, by him bestowed (1762b)
  • Holy Ghost, regard our prayers (1767b)
  • Holy Ghost, with grace inspire (1762b)
  • Holy, holy, holy Lord (1767c)
  • I have oft victorious been (1762a)
  • If in David’s steps we tread (1762a)
  • In that day, Jehovah saith (1767b)
  • Is it not thy blessing, Lord (1762a)
  • Is that cursed root in me (1762b)
  • Israel’s, Judah’s tribes command (1762b)
  • Israel’s Lord and God supreme (1767b)
  • Jesu help! Thou sinner’s friend (1749a)
  • Jesu, sin-atoning Lamb (1744c)
  • Jesus, angel of the Lord (1762b)
  • Jesus, bid the chains be broke (1762b)
  • Jesus, friend of sinners, hear (1742b)
  • Jesus from, not in, our sins (1762b)
  • Jesus, from thy holy place (1762a)
  • Jesus, full of truth and grace (1762a)
  • Jesus, go not far from me (1749a)
  • Jesus, I from thee receive (1762b)
  • Jesus, if from thee I find (1749b)
  • Jesus, if our faith be true (1762b)
  • Jesus, let the gospel-word (1762a)
  • Jesus, let thy pitying eye (1749a)
  • Jesus, Lord, assume thy right (1762b)
  • Jesus, mighty to convert (1762a)
  • Jesus, now on sin we tread (1762a)
  • Jesus, Son of Mary, hear (1767a)
  • Jesus, take my sins away (1742b)
  • Jesus, taught by thee we know (1762a)
  • Jesus, thee in faith we claim (1762b)
  • Jesus thine anointed one (1762a)
  • Jesus, thou hast bid us pray (1742c)
  • Jesus, thou hast spoke the word (1762a)
  • Judah now, the land of praise (1762b)
  • Kept by constant miracle (1762a)
  • Kept by the Almighty Lord (1762a)
  • Lamb of God for sinners slain (1742b)
  • Lamb of God, whose bleeding love (1745b)
  • Leave the stump and roots behind (1767b)
  • Let me well conclude my race (1762a)
  • Let the angel of the Lord (1762a)
  • Let the God of truth and love (1762b)
  • Let the house of Saul give place (1762a)
  • Let the Spirit of our head (1762a)
  • Let the world their virtue boast (1742c)
  • Let thy church in danger prove (1762b)
  • Let us, Lord, with humblest care (1762b)
  • Light of life eternal, rise (1762a)
  • Lo! I in simplicity (1762a)
  • Lo! It comes, Jehovah’s day (1762b)
  • Lo, like one of us the man (1767b)
  • Lo, the church with gradual light (1762a)
  • Lo! The pious monarch stands (1762a)
  • Long an outcast from my Lord (1762b)
  • Lord, and is thine anger gone (1742b)
  • Lord, I ask it in thy name (1762b)
  • Lord, if thou from me hast broke (1762a)
  • Lord of hosts, and God most high (1782b)
  • Lord of hosts, and God of love (1762a)
  • Lord of hosts, thy power assume (1762a)
  • Lord of hosts we look to thee (1745h)
  • Lord, regard my earnest cry (1742b)
  • Lord, thy saying I embrace (1762a)
  • Lord, with joyful lips and heart (1762b)
  • Lost, perplexed with doubts and fears (1762a)
  • Make our earthy souls a field (1762b)
  • Me, if purposed to destroy (1762a)
  • Men in vain with fiends combine (1762a)
  • Might he now exalted be (1762b)
  • Mindful of my rescues past (1762a)
  • Moses fasted forty days (1762a)
  • Need I then, my God, despair (1762b)
  • No; not after twenty years (1762b)
  • No, thou wilt not make an end (1762b)
  • Not the alms, or works of man (1762a)
  • O Almighty Lord, rebuke (1762a)
  • O my all-sufficient God (1762a)
  • O my God, no longer mine (1749a)
  • O that I through faith might sit (1762b)
  • Object of the world’s desire (1762a)
  • Oh! The dire effects of sin (1742b)
  • On thy word my soul is stayed (1762b)
  • Once he in the Baptist came (1762b)
  • Once thou didst on earth appear (1762b)
  • Opened are their eyes to see (1762a)
  • Planted in the land of rest (1762b)
  • Power and might are in thy hand (1762a)
  • Previous to the dreadful day (1762b)
  • Prince of universal peace (1762a)
  • Righteous judge, who readest the heart (1762a)
  • Righteous sin-avenging God (1745h)
  • Savior, am not I thine own (1762b)
  • Savior, cleanse us from all sin (1762b)
  • Savior of the world, come down (1762a)
  • Savior, thou hast bid me come (1762b)
  • Savior-God, thine Israel here (1762b)
  • See the power of God displayed (1762a)
  • See, thou wretched slave accursed (1762b)
  • See, through him, the heavenly King (1762a)
  • Sent, through Jesus, from the skies (1762a)
  • Sin that we may serve no more (1762b)
  • Slowly doth thine anger rise (1762b)
  • Son of God, if thy free grace (1742b)
  • Son of God, thine anger show (1762b)
  • Son of God’s eternal love (1762a)
  • Son of man, we long to see (1762a)
  • Sore assailed, o'erpowered, oppressed (1762a)
  • Stand the omnipotent decree (1756b)
  • Stand we in the good old way (1762b)
  • Steady in continued prayer (1762a)
  • Take this stumbling-block away (1762b)
  • This be ever on my mind (1762a)
  • Thou, O Christ, our altar art (1762a)
  • Thou the great, eternal Lord (1763a)
  • Thou who all our works hast wrought (1762a)
  • through our fiery trial, Lord (1762b)
  • Thus, O Lord, the world convince (1762b)
  • To the fountain of thy blood (1749b)
  • To the glory of the Lord (1762b)
  • To the haven of thy breast (1742c)
  • Tried is every faithful man (1762b)
  • True and faithful as thou art (1762b)
  • True and faithful witness, thee (1762b)
  • Trusting in our Lord alone (1762b)
  • Trusting in the strength divine (1762a)
  • Upright both in heart and will (1762a)
  • Us who climb thy holy hill (1762b)
  • Vain, delusive world, adieu (1742c)
  • Walking in the church below (1762a)
  • We the Father’s law receive (1767b)
  • Weary life of sin and grief (1762b)
  • What avails the external sign (1762b)
  • When he did our flesh assume (1762b)
  • When I use the proffered power (1762b)
  • When the house of Jacob’s sons (1762b)
  • When the loving King of kings (1762a)
  • Wherewithal shall I appear (1767a)
  • While the world is wrapped in night (1762a)
  • Who can reconcile and make (1762b)
  • Who can worthily commend (1762b)
  • Who dares blame thy justice, Lord (1762a)
  • Who for us went up, we know (1762a)
  • Who into temptation led (1767b)
  • Who the strength of God distrust (1762a)
  • Will ye plead for sinning on (1762a)
  • Wilt thou not a difference make (1762a)
  • Wisdom is the hoary hair (1762a)
  • With me, Lord, I know, thou art (1762b)
  • Woe is me! That wretched man (1742b)
  • Woe is me! What tongue can tell (1742b)
  • Woe to them who will not own (1762a)
  • Would we after Christ fulfil (1762a)
  • Yes; but with the fleshly lust (1762b)
  • Yes, the Lord my God hath blest (1762a)

Meter 76.76.78.86. (1)

  • What avails it, Lord, to know (1762b)

Meter 76.76.79.76. (1)

  • Christ, the church’s head with thee (1762a)

Meter 76.76.87.76. (1)

  • Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (1746g)

Meter 76.77.77. (1)

  • Let heaven and earth proclaim (1745b)

Meter 774.47. (2)

  • Away with all our trouble (1746h)
  • To Father, Son, and Spirit (1746g)

Meter 774.47.D. (14)

  • All hail the true Elijah (1746b)
  • Allured into the desert (1762b)
  • Fountain of endless mercies (1767a)
  • Great author of my being (1767a)
  • Head of thy church triumphant (1745h)
  • Hosanna in the highest (1745b)
  • My present help in trouble (1744b)
  • Not by the blood of bullocks (1762b)
  • Safe in the fiery furnace (1744b)
  • Some put their trust in chariots (1744b)
  • The name we still acknowledge (1762b)
  • To God the great Jehovah (1767c)
  • We wait for the returning (1767b)
  • Worship, and thanks, and blessing (1747c)

Meter 77.556. (1)

  • Join all ye joyful nations (1745f)

Meter 775.57.D. (2)

  • How are the mighty fallen (1762a)
  • Jesus, take all the glory (1747c)

Meter 776.776. (1)

  • Happy is the righteous man (1762a)

Meter 77.76.D. (2)

  • Father, see this living clod (1762a)
  • Let the rain descend, the flood (1762b)

Meter 77.76.88.77. (1)

  • God of grace, vouchsafe to me (1762b)

Meter 77.77. (102)

  • A mere helpless sinner I (1762b)
  • A transgressor from the womb (1772a)
  • Can it mercenary be (1762b)
  • Children have a right to sing (1763a)
  • Christ the Lord is risen to day (1739a)
  • Clap your hands, ye people all (1743b)
  • Come, desire of nations, come (1750b)
  • Come, divine Immanuel come (1749a)
  • Come, thou choicest gift of heaven (1782b)
  • Depth of mercy! Can there be (1740c)
  • Earth rejoice, the Lord is King (1740c)
  • Father, at thy footstool see (1749b)
  • Father, God of pitying love (1767a)
  • Father, God, who sees in me (1745b)
  • Father live, by all things feared (1740c)
  • Father, Lord of earth and heaven (1759b)
  • Friend of all the sinful race (1785b)
  • From their bleeding bosom rent (1762b)
  • Gentle Jesus, lovely Lamb (1749a)
  • Gentle Jesus, meek, and mild (1742c)
  • Give we to the Lord above (1740c)
  • Glory be to God on high (1739a)
  • God is goodness, wisdom, power (1763a)
  • God of all-alluring grace (1763a)
  • God of all-redeeming grace (1745b)
  • God of boundless pity spare (1759d)
  • God of truth and power and grace (1747a)
  • God were manifested there (1767b)
  • Gracious, Lord, how long shall I (1749b)
  • Granted is the Savior's prayer (1739a)
  • Hail the day that sees him rise (1739a)
  • Happy soul, depart in peace (1744a)
  • Happy soul from prison freed (1744a)
  • Happy soul, that safe from harms (1749b)
  • Happy soul who sees the day (1742c)
  • Happy souls that Christ obey (1744c)
  • Happy state of widowhood (1749b)
  • Hark how all the welkin rings (1739a)
  • Heavenly Father, sovereign Lord (1740c)
  • Heavenly principle within (1762a)
  • Holy child of heavenly birth (1763a)
  • Holy Lamb, who thee confess (1767a)
  • Idle boys and men are found (1763a)
  • Jesus comes with all his grace (1749b)
  • Jesus, dear departed Lord (1746d)
  • Jesus, did they crucify (1745b)
  • Jesus, gentle, loving Lamb (1742b)
  • Jesus, God of peace and love (1746d)
  • Jesus, in this hour be near (1749b)
  • Jesus, in whose name I trust (1787a)
  • Jesus, Lord, we look to thee (1749a)
  • Jesus, plant thy Spirit in me (1762b)
  • Jesus, shall I never be (1742c)
  • Jesus, Son of God draw near (1745b)
  • Jesus, suffering deity (1745b)
  • Jesus, to my heart explain (1762a)
  • Jesus, with complaisance see (1781c)
  • Lamb of God, I fain would be (1742c)
  • Lamb of God, we follow thee (1744c)
  • Let both Jews and Gentiles join (1745b)
  • Lord and God of heavenly powers (1739a)
  • Lord, I would my sight receive (1762b)
  • Lord, I would thy servant be (1762b)
  • Lord, if thou the grace impart (1743b)
  • Lord of life, thy followers see (1745b)
  • Lord, that I may learn of thee (1762a)
  • Lord, to thee I feebly look (1762b)
  • Love divine, the afflicted see (1767a)
  • Lovely Lamb, I come to thee (1749b)
  • Lover, friend of human kind (1767a)
  • Master, come, no more delay (1749b)
  • Meet and right it is to sing (1740c)
  • No, there can be no reprieve (1762b)
  • O that I could look to thee (1762b)
  • O thou holy Lamb divine (1745b)
  • O thou Pascal Lamb of God (1745b)
  • Perishing for hunger I (1746h)
  • Praise the Lord, my thankful soul (1742c)
  • Prince of everlasting peace (1767a)
  • Promis’d Prince of Peace, appear (1759e)
  • Publish we our Father’s praise (1742a)
  • Savior, friend of lost mankind (1749b)
  • Savior, Lord, who at thy death (1746d)
  • Saviour, all my wretchedness (1772a)
  • Sing we to our God above (1740c)
  • Sing, ye heavens, and earth rejoice (1739a)
  • Sing, ye ransomed nations, sing (1745f)
  • Sleep that soothingly restores (1767a)
  • Son of God, thy blessing grant (1745b)
  • Sons of God, triumphant rise (1739a)
  • Sons of men, behold from far (1739a)
  • Still—I in thy presence am (1762a)
  • Sure the word which God doth say (1762a)
  • To the temple of the Lord (1762a)
  • Welcome friend, in that great name (1742c)
  • What is all the world to me (1762b)
  • When dear Lord, ah, tell us when (1763a)
  • When shall I lay down my head (1749b)
  • Where shall this memorial end (1745b)
  • Who is as the Christian great (1744a)
  • Who is this, that comes from far (1745b)
  • Will the pardoning God despise (1749a)

Meter 77.77.76.76. (1)

  • Now the season is of love (1762b)

Meter 77.77.77. (136)

  • Aiming at the noblest end (1762b)
  • Am not I the wildered sheep (1762a)
  • Answer then thy blest design (1762b)
  • At this solemn noon of night (1749b)
  • Author of the peace unknown (1749b)
  • Blind to thee, O Lord, and lame (1762b)
  • But if thou the Father show (1762b)
  • Can the bands of death detain (1762b)
  • Christ, whose glory fills the skies (1740c)
  • Come, divine effectual power (1762a)
  • Come, divine interpreter (1762b)
  • Come the heavenly peace divine (1749b)
  • Come to me, if such thy case (1762a)
  • Drawn by my Redeemer’s love (1762a)
  • Father, glorify thy Son (1746d)
  • Father, if thou willing be (1745b)
  • Father, in the mighty name (1742c)
  • Father see the victim slain (1745b)
  • Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (1745b)
  • Father, Son, and Spirit come (1767a)
  • Father, Son, and Spirit, hear (1767c)
  • Fear of God before mine eyes (1762a)
  • Fluttering soul, what dost thou here (1749b)
  • For thy truth and mercy sake (1762b)
  • From the jaws of black despair (1749a)
  • Giver of the nightly songs (1767a)
  • Glory to the awful God (1749b)
  • God of love, with pity see (1767a)
  • God the Father his whole will (1767b)
  • God, who wouldst a world forgive (1781c)
  • Gracious soul, to whom are given (1739a)
  • Gracious soul, to whom are given (1739c)
  • Happy we, who humbly prove (1762b)
  • Hearts of stone, relent, relent (1745b)
  • Here on earth he bids us come (1762b)
  • Hide me in my Savior's grave (1762a)
  • Holy child of heavenly birth (1767a)
  • Holy is our God alone (1767b)
  • How shall I that love attain (1762b)
  • In our most precarious state (1756b)
  • Jesus, dear, redeeming Lord (1745b)
  • Jesus, I believe thee near (1749a)
  • Jesus, I believe thee near (1762a)
  • Jesus, shepherd of the sheep (1749a)
  • Jesus, speak the word to me (1762b)
  • Jesus, we thy promise plead (1746h)
  • Jesus, whither shall I go (1749a)
  • Jesus, who disdainest a part (1762b)
  • Kindler of seraphic fire (1767c)
  • Lamb of God, thy right we own (1762b)
  • Lamb of God, who bearest away (1745h)
  • Lift your eyes of faith, and look (1745b)
  • Lord, how long, how long shall I (1740c)
  • Lord, I fain would learn of thee (1762b)
  • Lord, I want thy power and peace (1762b)
  • Lord, thou knowst my simpleness (1745b)
  • Lord, we long to see that day (1762b)
  • Lovely-fair, but breathless clay (1767a)
  • Make me, Savior, as thou art (1762a)
  • Man may swell with towering hope (1762b)
  • Meet and right it is, that I (1763a)
  • Nature still usurps a part (1762b)
  • O how gracious is my Lord (1762b)
  • O how happy am I here (1744a)
  • O my best, my only friend (1749b)
  • O my condescending Lord (1749b)
  • O my Galilean King (1749b)
  • O my God, my God forgive (1749a)
  • O that I, like Timothy (1763a)
  • O the grace on man bestowed (1745b)
  • O thou faithful God of love (1762b)
  • O thou gentle Lamb of God (1749b)
  • O thou hidden God unknown (1749a)
  • O thou meek, and injured Dove (1749a)
  • Only good proceeds from God (1762b)
  • Or if thy great will ordain (1749b)
  • Pardon through thy wounds I have (1762a)
  • Peace, my heart, be calm, be still (1767a)
  • Pleading now thy faithful word (1762b)
  • Praise the Father for his love (1763a)
  • Preach repentance in his name (1762b)
  • Prince of life, for sinners slain (1745b)
  • Reader of the trembling heart (1762b)
  • Righteous as my God am I (1762b)
  • Righteous Lord, thy people spare (1750b)
  • Rise my soul with ardor rise (1739a)
  • Savior, cast a pitying eye (1749a)
  • Savior, let thy will be done (1767a)
  • Savior of my soul from sin (1745b)
  • Savior, Prince of Israel’s race (1749a)
  • Savior, speak into my heart (1762b)
  • Saviour, lavish of thy blood (1772a)
  • See, O Lord, my foes increase (1743a)
  • See the power of God to save (1762b)
  • Self-destroyed for help I pray (1762b)
  • Shall the mighty lose his prey (1762a)
  • Sing, ye happy souls, that press (1762b)
  • Sinking underneath my load (1739a)
  • Sinking underneath my load (1739c)
  • Sinner, in thine own esteem (1762b)
  • Soothing soul-composing thought (1744a)
  • Steady, faithful soul, adieu (1750c)
  • Still, O Lamb, to thee I pray (1749a)
  • Stricken with the stroke of death (1779a)
  • Such may all my anger be (1762b)
  • Summoned to my heavenly home (1762a)
  • Take these broken reeds away (1749b)
  • Taught by long experience, Lord (1762a)
  • Teach me, Jesus, how to pray (1762b)
  • Teach me what I never can (1762a)
  • Thee our strength and righteousness (1767a)
  • Thou, O God, art good alone (1763a)
  • Through the perfect righteousness (1767b)
  • Thy divinity’s adorer (1767c)
  • To the chastening God I pray (1762a)
  • To the world and Satan sold (1762b)
  • Turn again, my children turn (1749a)
  • Turn again, ye faithless race (1762b)
  • Turn, thou friend of sinners, turn (1749a)
  • Very man, and very God (1767b)
  • Viler than Manasses I (1762a)
  • Weakest, when I strongest seem (1762a)
  • Weary of my own complaints (1772a)
  • Weary souls, who wander wide (1747c)
  • Weary world, when will it end (1747c)
  • Weep, ye common mourners, weep (1749b)
  • Welcome weariness and pain (1744a)
  • When shall I be crucified (1762b)
  • Where, my soul, is now thy boast (1740c)
  • Wherefore should I make my moan (1749a)
  • Why not now, my God my God (1762a)
  • Will they not? Alas for them (1762b)
  • World of vanity, farewell (1772a)
  • Worldlings in the shadow rest (1762b)
  • Wretched souls, who live in sin (1763a)
  • Yes, unless thou hold me fast (1762b)

Meter 77.77.D. (197)

  • All our best performances (1762b)
  • All things unto Christ, as man (1767b)
  • Are there, Savior, can there be (1762a)
  • At this solemn turn of fate (1767a)
  • Bear me to the sacred scene (1762a)
  • Blessing, honor, thanks, and praise (1742c)
  • Bound in sin and misery (1762a)
  • By my own backslidings I (1762b)
  • Call aloud on Jesus' name (1749b)
  • Calmer of the troubled heart (1762b)
  • Can a law from God proceed (1762b)
  • Can I gain by losing thee (1762b)
  • Chastened thus, O Lord, I know (1762b)
  • Christ, from whom all blessings flow (1740c)
  • Christ, our head, and common Lord (1742c)
  • Christ, our head, gone up on high (1740c)
  • Christ, the true, the heavenly vine (1740c)
  • Come, and let us sweetly join (1740c)
  • Come, thou beatific Spirit (1762b)
  • Come, thou everlasting Lord (1767a)
  • Come, thou high and lofty Lord (1740c)
  • Come, ye kindred souls above (1740c)
  • Come, ye real widows, come (1749b)
  • Come, ye weary sinners, come (1747c)
  • Dared the chief apostle say (1762b)
  • David’s true, celestial Son (1762a)
  • Dreadful soul-o’erwhelming word (1762b)
  • Drooping soul, shake off thy fears (1742c)
  • E'er the righteous judge appear (1762b)
  • Every deed, and word, and thought (1762b)
  • Faint my head, and sick my heart (1762a)
  • Faithful I account thee, Lord (1762b)
  • Fallen from thy pardoning grace (1749a)
  • Father, by the tender name (1767a)
  • Father, friend of human race (1746h)
  • Father, hail, by all adored (1740c)
  • Father, Son, and Holy Ghost (1749b)
  • Father, Son, and Spirit, hear (1740c)
  • Foolish world, who canst not find (1749b)
  • Friendly, faithful soul adieu (1759b)
  • From the fools reputed wise (1762b)
  • Give me, Lord, if thou art he (1762b)
  • Glory be to God above (1742c)
  • Glory be to God on high (1747c)
  • Glory, Lord, to thee we give (1749a)
  • Glory to the righteous God (1749a)
  • God hath all our actions wrought (1762a)
  • God of love, that hearest the prayer (1747c)
  • God of truth, and power, and love (1742b)
  • God our teacher we embrace (1767b)
  • God unsearchable, unknown (1767c)
  • God whom we in Christ adore (1767b)
  • Good, I feel it is, for me (1762b)
  • Goods for many years laid up (1762b)
  • Gracious God, what shall I do (1749a)
  • Gracious Lord, who standest between (1762a)
  • Gracious thou, when most severe (1762a)
  • Great author of my being (1749b)
  • Hangs my new-born soul on thee (1762a)
  • Happy Magdalene, to whom (1746b)
  • Happy man whom God doth aid (1763a)
  • Happy Samuel, to God (1763a)
  • Happy soul enjoy thy lot (1762a)
  • Happy soul whom Jesus loves (1767a)
  • Hard it is, but not for thee (1762a)
  • Hark! A voice divides the sky (1742c)
  • Have we suffered much for thee (1762b)
  • Help me, Lord, on whom alone (1762b)
  • Help me, Lord, to feed and keep (1762b)
  • Helpless babe, who from the womb (1767a)
  • Hide me from the wrath of God (1762a)
  • Him in whom all fullness dwells (1762b)
  • Holy child, our children take (1762a)
  • Holy Ghost, we know thou art (1762b)
  • Holy, holy, holy Lord (1767c)
  • Holy sanctifying Dove (1749b)
  • Is it not the shepherd’s voice (1762b)
  • Jesus, bid our hearts be still (1762a)
  • Jesus, cast a pitying eye (1749b)
  • Jesus, come, the world’s desire (1762b)
  • Jesus, dear Almighty Lord (1762a)
  • Jesus, dear departing Lord (1762a)
  • Jesus, full of grace for me (1749b)
  • Jesus, full of pity see (1767a)
  • Jesus, full of truth and grace (1762a)
  • Jesus, guard thy gathered sheep (1749b)
  • Jesus, I belong to thee (1762b)
  • Jesus, kind, inviting Lord (1762b)
  • Jesus, Lord, to thee I look (1762a)
  • Jesus, lover of my soul (1740c)
  • Jesus, quickening Spirit, come (1762b)
  • Jesus, sin-atoning Lamb (1742b)
  • Jesus, soft harmonious name (1749b)
  • Jesus, Son of David, hear (1763a)
  • Jesus, thou that Noah art (1762a)
  • Jesus, thy salvation bring (1762a)
  • Jesus, to thy wounds I fly (1762a)
  • Jesus weeps, our tears to see (1762b)
  • King of kings, I cry to thee (1762a)
  • King of saints, to whom are given (1740c)
  • Lamb of God, we would submit (1762b)
  • Let me thus her zeal record (1762b)
  • Let us join (’tis God commands (1740c)
  • Let us, saith the Lord, descend (1767b)
  • Lift your eyes of faith and see (1745b)
  • Light of life, seraphic fire (1749b)
  • Lo! The house of holiness (1762a)
  • Long enthralled to low desires (1762a)
  • Lord, and am I yet alive (1742c)
  • Lord, in kind compassion hear (1762a)
  • Lord of all, thy creatures see (1746h)
  • Lord of hosts, to thee we bow (1762a)
  • Lord, that I may truly fear (1762a)
  • Lord, to thee I lift mine eyes (1762a)
  • Master, I with shame confess (1762b)
  • Meanest of that happy band (1762a)
  • Meanest vessel of thy grace (1762b)
  • Meet and right it is to praise (1767a)
  • Misers, hear, by God abhorred (1762a)
  • Must I not do all I can (1762b)
  • Mystery of amazing grace (1762b)
  • Nature would the crown receive (1762b)
  • No, I find he never will (1762b)
  • No; I would not always live (1762a)
  • No, they cry, it cannot be (1762b)
  • O compassionate high-priest (1742b)
  • O how overjoyed was I (1743b)
  • O might I, like Jesus, be (1762b)
  • O my Advocate above (1749a)
  • O my false, deceitful heart (1742b)
  • O my Father, and my God (1742c)
  • O my heart, what must I do (1742b)
  • O my only ease in pain (1749b)
  • O my tender-hearted Lord (1749b)
  • O that I might walk with God (1762a)
  • O that I the souls could win (1762b)
  • O thou great Almighty Lord (1749a)
  • O thou slaughtered Lamb of God (1762a)
  • Object of thy guardian care (1762a)
  • Omnipresent God, whose aid (1749a)
  • Only unbelief withstands (1762b)
  • Pain, my old companion pain (1749a)
  • Partners of a glorious hope (1740c)
  • Peace be on this house bestowed (1742c)
  • Principled with godly fear (1762a)
  • Ready for my earthen bed (1762a)
  • Righteous God, whose vengeful vials (1756b)
  • Rising with thy faithful race (1762b)
  • Save me, gracious Lord, for why (1762a)
  • Saved by faith we once have been (1762b)
  • Savior, thus o’er-rule thy foes (1762a)
  • See how great a flame aspires (1749a)
  • See the fruit of worldly cares (1762b)
  • See the true Elijah flies (1762a)
  • Sing ye heavens, and earth rejoice (1762a)
  • Sinners our immortal King (1762a)
  • Sinners turn, why will you die (1742a)
  • Suffering for another’s sin (1767a)
  • Surely if we ought, we may (1762b)
  • Take, and eat, the Savior saith (1745b)
  • Thanks to my redeeming Lord (1762a)
  • That thy stock may never cease (1762a)
  • Thee I seek, my pardoning Lord (1762b)
  • Thee thy first disciples saw (1762a)
  • Thither with our heavenly guide (1762a)
  • Thou that by a touch divine (1762a)
  • Though I am condemned to die (1762a)
  • To destroy idolatry (1767b)
  • Triumph, happy soul, to whom (1767c)
  • Triune God of pardoning love (1767c)
  • Troubled by the Almighty I (1762a)
  • Trusting in his faithful word (1762b)
  • Try me then, and try me still (1762a)
  • Type of Christ, the servant gains (1762a)
  • Vilest of the sinful race (1762a)
  • Waiting for the Comforter (1746h)
  • Warned of that vindictive day (1762b)
  • Weakened by my bosom-sin (1762a)
  • What are these arrayed in white (1745b)
  • What but thy right hand of power (1762b)
  • When I was a little child (1740c)
  • When, my Savior, shall I be (1742c)
  • When the Spirit thou bestowest (1767b)
  • Whither shall a creature run (1767b)
  • Who are these that come from far (1749a)
  • Who is this we see ascend (1762a)
  • Who Jehovah’s mind hath known (1767b)
  • Who that promised seed receive (1762a)
  • Will my Lord be so unkind (1762b)
  • Willing made my God to obey (1762a)
  • Worldly wretch, let go thy hold (1762a)
  • Wrestling on for faith’s increase (1762b)
  • Ye that do your Master’s will (1762b)
  • Yes, the law is like its giver (1762b)
  • Yes, there is, there is, my God (1762b)
  • Yes, thou didst my soul release (1762b)
  • Yes; we know, our Lord will come (1762b)

Meter 77.77.T. (1)

  • See the day-spring from afar (1739a)

Meter 777.777.888. (1)

  • Jesus, I believe in thee (1762b)

Meter 77.77.87. (1)

  • Patiently received from thee (1762a)

Meter 77.77.87.87. (2)

  • Bowels of divine compassion (1767c)
  • God of love, who hearest the prayer (1746f)

Meter 77.77.88. (1)

  • Thee we never could have chose (1762b)

Meter 77.78.D. (1)

  • Thou to me, O God, hast sent (1762a)

Meter 78.77.77.77. (1)

  • Lord, that I may sing to thee (1763a)

Meter 78.77.77.78. (1)

  • Thou whom angel-quires proclaim (1763a)

Meter 78.77.77.88. (1)

  • Me, his own, so dearly bought (1762a)

Meter 78.77.D. (1)

  • Hark! The sacred minstrel plays (1762a)

Meter 78.77.78.88. (1)

  • Rapt to Pisgah’s top, I stand (1762a)

Meter 78.78.78.88. (1)

  • Strangers to thy love are they (1762b)