Charles Wesley Hymns, Meters 4, 5, and 6

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This is a list of hymns of Charles Wesley, sorted by meters that begin with 4, 5, or 6, except 66.86. (S.M.) and its multiples. 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 446.446. (1)

  • The Lord is King (1762a)

Meter 446.76. (4)

  • How truly blest (1749a)
  • O love unknown (1749a)
  • O that I could (1749a)
  • To meet my God (1762b)

Meter 446.86. (1)

  • Rejoice, and sing (1749a)

Meter 447.76. (1)

  • Come heavenly Dove (1762a)

Meter 44.777. (1)

  • Bought with the blood (1762b)

Meter 55.55.D. (3)

  • Let Ishmael live (1767a)
  • The sinners how blest (1750b)
  • Ye servants of God (1756b)

Meter 55.55.65.65. (35)

  • Ah, what shall we do (1767a)
  • All glory to God (1780b)
  • All praise to the Lord (1749c)
  • All worship and praise (1749b)
  • Break forth into praise (1746b)
  • Chastised by my God (1762a)
  • Come, Jesus, and build (1767a)
  • Come, Lord, to a soul (1745c)
  • Father of mankind (1740c)
  • How happy are we (1744b)
  • How happy the pair (1749b)
  • In majesty One (1767c)
  • Jehovah the Lord (1767b)
  • Lord, not unto me (1741b)
  • My Jesus, my all (1749b)
  • My Jesus, my hope (1747c)
  • O all that pass by (1741b)
  • O Father of all (1746h)
  • O Savior of all (1741b)
  • O Savior of all (1744b)
  • Omnipotent God (1767c)
  • Omnipotent Lord (1744b)
  • Rejoice evermore (1747c)
  • The deity Trine (1767c)
  • The Father and Son (1767b)
  • The kingdom of grace (1762b)
  • The Savior by men (1767b)
  • The wonders of grace (1767a)
  • Thee faithful and true (1767a)
  • Thee Father of men (1746g)
  • Tis finished! 'Tis done (1746a)
  • Tis finished, 'tis past (1759b)
  • Unless the Most High (1759e)
  • Ye heavenly choir (1745f)
  • Ye heavens, rejoice (1747c)

Meter 555 11. (7)

  • Ah tell us no more (1745b)
  • Away with our fears (1745f)
  • Come, let us anew (1749b)
  • Come we that record (1745b)
  • How happy are they (1749a)
  • O mercy divine (1749a)
  • O sorrowful soul (1749b)

Meter 555 11.555 11. (6)

  • All glory and praise (1746g)
  • All thanks be to God (1747c)
  • Come let us anew (1749b)
  • Come, let us anew (1749c)
  • Come, let us arise (1749b)
  • O God of all grace (1746h)

Meter 555 11.555 11.D. (1)

  • Away with our fears (1746d)

Meter 555 11.565 12. (1)

  • O Father of all (1763a)

Meter 555 12.555 12. (1)

  • Come, let us anew (1767a)

Meter 555 12.666 12. (1)

  • Thee, Jesus, the Son (1763a)

Meter 556 11.566 12. (1)

  • All praise to the Lord (1749b)

Meter 556 11.666 11. (1)

  • O Father of all (1767a)

Meter 558.558. (2)

  • Great searcher of hearts (1749b)
  • O thou that on all (1749b)

Meter 559.669. (2)

  • O what shall I say (1762a)
  • The Father above (1763a)

Meter 55 11. (5)

  • All glory and praise (1745b)
  • My Jesus, my Lamb (1749a)
  • My Savior, and King (1749a)
  • O God of all grace (1749a)
  • O Savior, whose blood (1749a)

Meter 55 11.55 11. (9)

  • All ye that pass by (1746e)
  • And can we forget (1746h)
  • Come, Lord, from above (1747c)
  • Let sinners possessed (1749a)
  • O all-loving Lamb (1749b)
  • O Father of all (1749a)
  • O Jesus my hope (1749a)
  • O Jesus, our King (1746b)
  • O Jesus, the rest (1749a)

Meter 55 11.55 11.D. (1)

  • And is he removed (1746c)

Meter 55 11.55 12. (1)

  • My Savior, my God (1762a)

Meter 55 11.65 11. (2)

  • O Jesus, the rest (1749b)
  • What follies abound (1767a)

Meter 55 11.66 11. (2)

  • O Savior from sin (1749b)
  • O what shall I do (1767a)

Meter 55 12. (5)

  • All praise to the Lamb (1749a)
  • Come let us arise (1749b)
  • My Jesus, my Lamb (1749b)
  • O all-loving Lamb (1747c)
  • O mercy divine (1745f)

Meter 55 12.55 11. (1)

  • O Savior of all (1763a)

Meter 565 11.565 12. (1)

  • All glory to God (1746g)

Meter 565 12.565 11. (1)

  • Hosanna to God (1746a)

Meter 566 11.666 11. (1)

  • A Savior I have (1762a)

Meter 566 12.566 12. (1)

  • Away with my fears (1772a)

Meter 566 12.666 11. (1)

  • How happy are they (1767a)

Meter 568.669. (1)

  • Rejoice evermore (1762b)

Meter 569.569. (3)

  • How happy are they (1749a)
  • How pleasant a thing (1762a)
  • O Jesus, my hope (1749a)

Meter 569.669. (3)

  • All glory to God (1763a)
  • How happy are we (1767a)
  • Let heathenish boys (1763a)

Meter 56 11.56 11. (1)

  • The promise is free (1762b)

Meter 56 11.65 11. (1)

  • All worship and praise (1746g)

Meter 56 11.66 11. (2)

  • All worship and love (1749b)
  • Who comes unto thee (1762a)

Meter 56 11.66 12. (1)

  • Come let us embrace (1763a)

Meter 56 12. (2)

  • My God, I am thine (1749a)
  • O Jesus, my rest (1749a)

Meter 56 12.56 12. (2)

  • O Jesus, I see (1762b)
  • O Savior of all (1767a)

Meter 65 12.65 11. (1)

  • The true Cyrus I see (1762a)

Meter 66.66. (1)

  • Where but on yonder tree (1762a)

Meter 66.66.445.446. (1)

  • What tongue alas! Can tell (1749a)

Meter 66.66.66. (1)

  • Jesus, the first and last (1762b)

Meter 66.66.D. (10)

  • Father, how kind thou art (1762a)
  • How often who can tell (1762b)
  • I do consider thee (1762b)
  • I nothing else require (1762a)
  • Jesus, thy work begin (1762a)
  • Thee, Savior, I confess (1772a)
  • Thy weak disciple I (1762b)
  • What angel can explain (1762a)
  • What say the happy dead (1762b)
  • Who can the grace explain (1762b)

Meter 66.66.66.88. (1)

  • Speechless the Savior stood (1762b)

Meter 66.66.76.76. (4)

  • God of all consolation (1767b)
  • The sacred Three conspire (1767c)
  • Thou God, that hearest the prayer (1749b)
  • Thou God who hearest the prayer (1767a)

Meter 66.66.76.88. (1)

  • I too have done the same (1762b)

Meter 66.66.86. (1)

  • We God the Father praise (1767c)

Meter 66.66.86.86. (26)

  • A real Unity (1767c)
  • Again my mournful sighs (1749a)
  • Ah! Foolish world, forbear (1749b)
  • Father of mercies, hear (1749b)
  • Father, with joy we praise (1763a)
  • Forgive, the Savior cries (1745b)
  • How can a sinner know (1749b)
  • How hath he loved us? How (1762b)
  • How shall a slave released (1749b)
  • Life of the world, come down (1746h)
  • Not many rich there are (1762b)
  • O bitter, bitter loss (1749b)
  • O that the love of God (1749a)
  • O thou whose special grace (1749b)
  • Rejoice, ye happy saints (1749b)
  • Savior, thou knowest us all (1762b)
  • Spirit of love, return (1767a)
  • Spirit of truth descend (1746d)
  • Thanks be to God alone (1749b)
  • The word of pardoning grace (1762b)
  • Then thou art come for me (1762b)
  • Who of the great, or wise (1749b)
  • Who sent the Son is true (1767b)
  • With simple faith like his (1762b)
  • Ye simple souls, that stray (1747c)
  • Yet hear, ye souls that cleave (1749b)

Meter 66.66.88 (6)

  • Arise, my soul, arise (1742c)
  • Behold how good a thing (1742c)
  • Jesus, the truth, the way (1742c)
  • Soldier of Christ, adieu (1749b)
  • Tis of thy mercies, Lord (1742c)
  • Ye happy sinners hear (1742c)

Meter 66.66.88. (66)

  • All praise to God on high (1749a)
  • And can we call to mind (1745b)
  • Blind at thy call I rise (1762b)
  • Blow ye the trumpet, blow (1749c)
  • But as a beggar I (1762a)
  • Come all, who-e’er have set (1749b)
  • Come, my companions dear (1763a)
  • Did I not lingering stand (1762a)
  • Glory, and thanks, and praise (1749a)
  • Glory to God on high (1746g)
  • God of my life, to thee (1749a)
  • He heals the broken heart (1762a)
  • How can I doubt thy will (1762b)
  • In mercy infinite (1772a)
  • Jehovah is but One (1767b)
  • Jesu on thee we feed (1745b)
  • Jesus, accept the praise (1747c)
  • Jesus, my faith increase (1762a)
  • Jesus, my strength and hope (1745b)
  • Join all who know the name (1746f)
  • Let earth and heaven agree (1742a)
  • Let earth and heaven combine (1745f)
  • Lift up your heads, ye gates (1746c)
  • Live our great God on high (1746g)
  • Lord, thou hast spoke me whole (1762b)
  • Lord, we thy will obey (1749b)
  • My sins have done the deed (1762b)
  • O for that single eye (1762b)
  • O God, that hearest the prayer (1745b)
  • O God, who hearest the prayer (1745h)
  • O happy state of grace (1746d)
  • Oft by thy judgments shook (1762a)
  • On earth I ask no more (1762b)
  • Paternal deity (1742a)
  • Praise him who by his word (1746h)
  • Rejoice, the Lord is King (1746b)
  • Rest of my weary mind (1762b)
  • Rock of eternity (1762a)
  • See where our great high-priest (1745b)
  • Severed from Christ the root (1762b)
  • Sinful, and blind, and poor (1745b)
  • Sinners, lift up your hearts (1746d)
  • The Lord is risen indeed (1767a)
  • The Lord of earth and sky (1749a)
  • The poor supply thy place (1762b)
  • The two commands are one (1762b)
  • The way to God thou art (1762b)
  • Thou God of truth and love (1749b)
  • Through life’s short waking dream (1762b)
  • Tis of thy mercy Lord (1780b)
  • To save the lost he came (1762b)
  • To Zion’s sacred top (1762b)
  • We in our Lord’s command (1762a)
  • We that the Lord have known (1762b)
  • Weary of all below (1772a)
  • What is that unity (1762b)
  • What kind of man is this (1762b)
  • Where then shall I appear (1762b)
  • Who on the Lord most high (1782b)
  • Worship and praise belong (1767c)
  • Ye followers of the Lamb (1749b)
  • Ye servants of the Lord (1750b)
  • Ye tempted souls, that feel (1747c)
  • Ye virgin souls arise (1749b)
  • Yes; for thou hast received (1762b)
  • Young men and maidens, raise (1763a)

Meter 66.66.886 (1)

  • God is gone up on high (1746c)

Meter 666 11. (1)

  • O astonishing grace (1745f)

Meter 666 12.666 12. (1)

  • While the army above (1767c)

Meter 66.76.76. (2)

  • O God of truth and love (1745b)
  • When shall we see the day (1746h)

Meter 66.776.886. (1)

  • Then I may happy be (1762b)

Meter 66.77.76. (1)

  • Full, but not satisfied (1762a)

Meter 66.77.77. (81)

  • Again we lift our voice (1749b)
  • And is the struggle past (1746a)
  • Arise, my soul, arise (1739a)
  • Author of life divine (1745b)
  • Before my judge severe (1772a)
  • Brethren, the end is near (1744c)
  • But we by divers ways (1763a)
  • Come then the purging flame (1762b)
  • Covered with conscious shame (1763a)
  • Eternal Spirit, come (1746d)
  • Father, by right divine (1762b)
  • Father of earth and sky (1762b)
  • Father of our dear Lord (1742a)
  • Father, thou hast bestowed (1762a)
  • Fly, happy spirit, fly (1759b)
  • Fly, to the mountains fly (1744c)
  • Fountain of deity (1740c)
  • Glory to Christ be given (1749a)
  • Hail all-redeeming Lord (1762b)
  • Hail, co-essential Three (1767c)
  • Hear, Holy Spirit, hear (1739a)
  • High on thy heavenly throne (1762a)
  • Hosanna to the Son (1762b)
  • Hosanna to the Son (1762b)
  • Hosanna to the Son (1763a)
  • How happy, Lord, are we (1782b)
  • How long, O Lord, shall we (1745b)
  • How weak the thoughts and vain (1750b)
  • I may abide it—I (1762a)
  • Immortal Potentate (1744c)
  • In every fiery hour (1762b)
  • Jesus, my God and King (1739a)
  • Jesus, my strength, my peace (1749b)
  • Jesus our righteousness (1767b)
  • Jesus, the truth we own (1767b)
  • Jesus, thou art our King (1739a)
  • Jesus, thy bleeding love (1762b)
  • Jesus, thy name we bless (1762b)
  • Jesus, to thee we fly (1746c)
  • Jesus, we look to thee (1767a)
  • Let the redeemed by grace (1767a)
  • Live our eternal priest (1745b)
  • Now let our monarch see (1762a)
  • Now let thy word take place (1762b)
  • O all redeeming Lord (1741b)
  • O filial deity (1739a)
  • O Lamb of God, to thee (1747c)
  • O thou that hidest thy face (1762a)
  • O thou who by thy blood (1746d)
  • On me, even me, confer (1762b)
  • Our trespasses forgive (1762b)
  • Out of the deep I cry (1747c)
  • Pent in an house of clay (1762b)
  • Prophet, on earth bestowed (1740c)
  • Savior, and can it be (1745b)
  • Savior, the world’s and mine (1739a)
  • Seeking in Christ thy face (1762b)
  • Sinner with awe draw near (1745b)
  • Sinners, dismiss your fear (1746b)
  • Sinners, your hearts lift up (1742c)
  • Sinners, your Savior see (1740c)
  • Still, O my soul, prolong (1739a)
  • Teacher of babes, to thee (1763a)
  • Thanks be to God alone (1746a)
  • That soap from inward sin (1762b)
  • The almighty will be done (1759b)
  • The dreadful day is come (1744c)
  • The Father and the Son (1767b)
  • Thee, O my God and King (1739a)
  • This day with this day’s bread (1762b)
  • Thou, even thou alone (1767b)
  • Thou heavenly love, from whom (1749b)
  • through earth the blessing spread (1762b)
  • Thy good and holy will (1762b)
  • To Christ the tempted I (1762b)
  • What shall I answer thee (1762b)
  • When our redeeming Lord (1743b)
  • When shall thy Spirit reign (1762b)
  • Who may his day abide (1762b)
  • Who see, must surely feel (1762b)
  • With countless burthens pressed (1762b)

Meter 668.668. (2)

  • The great God ever-blest (1767c)
  • Thou unsearchable Three (1767c)

Meter 66.86.86. (1)

  • By justice doomed to die (1772a)

Meter 66.87.87. (1)

  • O God thy word we claim (1745b)

Meter 669.669. (4)

  • Away with my fears (1749b)
  • Come away to the skies (1767a)
  • Come, let us ascend (1749b)
  • Every moment we live (1762b)

Meter 66 12.66 12. (2)

  • O immaculate Lamb (1772a)
  • Three Persons there are (1767c)