Charles Wesley Hymns, Meters 9, 10, and 11

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This is a list of hymns of Charles Wesley, sorted by meters that begin with 9, 10, or 11; or are of irregular meter. 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 10 10.10 10. (1)

  • Shall man, a worm of earth, a child of dust (1780a)

Meter 10 10.10 10.4 10.10 10. (1)

  • I felt my heart, and found a chillness cool (1741a)

Meter 10 10.10 10.10 10. (2)

  • Fisher of men, ordained by Christ alone (1781a)
  • Stranger to vice, with early grace imbued (1781a)

Meter 10 10.10 10.D. (2)

  • Here rests in hope, beneath this humble clod (1750c)
  • When Zeal impetuous urged her votaries on (1779a)

Meter 10 10.11 11. (51)

  • Afflicted I cry to God for relief (1762b)
  • All conquering Lord, whom sinners adore (1744c)
  • All glory and praise to Jesus our Lord (1745b)
  • All glory, and praise to Jesus our Lord (1749b)
  • All glory to God, and peace upon earth (1745f)
  • All praise to the Lord, all praise is his due (1745b)
  • All thanks to the Lamb who gives us to meet (1749b)
  • And can we forbear in tasting our food (1746h)
  • Break forth into joy, your Comforter sing (1741b)
  • Brought into the fire, thy wonderful power (1762b)
  • Come let us rejoice in confident hope (1749b)
  • Conformed to our head in outward distress (1762b)
  • Determined I am through Jesus's grace (1762b)
  • Hosanna to him who ruleth on high (1763a)
  • If Jesus doth reign, and saves us from sin (1762b)
  • In Jesus we live, in Jesus we rest (1745b)
  • In Jesus’s name on sinners I call (1749a)
  • In Moses’s song the Lamb we proclaim (1762a)
  • Let all men rejoice by Jesus restored (1749b)
  • Let children proclaim their Savior and King (1763a)
  • My brethren beloved, your calling ye see (1749b)
  • My Father, my God, I long for thy love (1742c)
  • My merciful God hath chastened his son (1762a)
  • O Father receive our heartiest praise (1749b)
  • O fountain of love, O God of all grace (1742a)
  • O God of all grace, all truth, and all power (1742a)
  • O heavenly King, look down from above (1742c)
  • O what shall I do my Savior to praise (1742c)
  • O where are the men with virtue endowed (1763a)
  • Omnipotent King, who reignest on high (1744c)
  • Omnipotent Lord, my Savior and King (1742c)
  • Our hymns shall record Immanuel’s name (1762a)
  • Our Lord is for us: sin, devils, and men (1762b)
  • Our sins are o’erthrown, which rose against thee (1762a)
  • Rejoice in the Lord, rejoice evermore (1763a)
  • Rejoicing in hope we humbly go on (1762b)
  • Thanksgiving and praise to Jesus belongs (1762a)
  • The Christians of old, united in one (1763a)
  • The earth is the Lord’s, and all it contains (1749b)
  • The Lord is my might: redeemed by his grace (1762a)
  • We run in distress to Jesus our tower (1762b)
  • We should have been doomed with devils to dwell (1762b)
  • Who loves me so well, my helper has been (1762a)
  • Who would not descend his Savior to meet (1762b)
  • With Jesus to reign whoever aspire (1762a)
  • Ye deserts so wild your offerings bring (1762a)
  • Ye neighbors, and friends of Jesus, draw near (1742h)
  • Ye servants of God, who trust in his Son (1749b)
  • Ye servants of God, whose diligent care (1743b)
  • Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim (1744c)
  • Ye thirsty for God to Jesus give ear (1762b)

Meter 12 12. (1)

  • By the blood of the Lamb our companions o’ercame (1762b)

Meter Irregular (18)

  • A scripture test—to tell, and try (1781a)
  • Agreed! Let it be as the patriots hope (1782a)
  • And is he gone to his eternal rest (1742f)
  • And is my Whitefield entred into rest (1771a)
  • And now from street to street they roam (1781b)
  • Arms, and the good old cause I sing (1781b)
  • Baffled for once, the mob retreat (1781b)
  • But lo! At the appointed time (1781b)
  • Come on, my Whitefield! Since the strife is past (1771b)
  • Farewell! thou man of complicated strife (1783a)
  • Here lies, who late a living emblem lay (1783a)
  • My first and last unalienable friend (1755a)
  • The First and Second George were wise (1781a)
  • What means this melancholy ditty (1781b)
  • Who believes the tidings? Who (1749a)
  • Why do the zealots of Geneva rage (1778a)
  • Ye citizens of London, why (1781b)
  • Ye Londoners, with smiles regard (1781b)