Gadsby's Hymn I

I a slave to sin and Satan 583
I, a wretch undone and lost, 98
I always would remain 156
I am all unrighteousness 611
I am all unrighteousness 303
I am Alpha, says the Saviour, 491
I am condemned, but thou art clear. 761
I am defiled throughout by sin, 671
I am, he says, homely, deformed in each part 710
I am nothing else but sin 737
I am now, and shall be thine 801
I am rich, ’tis he is poor 43
I am safe, though thousands flee! 551
I am saved eternally. 576
I am, says Christ, the Life 152
I am, says Christ, the Truth 152
I am, says Christ, the Way 152
I am, says Christ, your glorious Head, 193
I am sealed upon his heart. 542
I am the sinner’s only hope 1032
I am thy God shall be thy stay 622
I am thy God, thy Guide till death, 151
I am thy gracious Lord. 1032
I am thy Saviour, God, thy All! 1075
I am weak, but thou art mighty 462
I am with thee, 758
I answer prayer for grace and faith. 295
I ask my soul this question then, 676
I ask no price for all I give, 818
I ask them whence their victory came, 477
I asked the Lord that I might grow 295
I basely sinned against his love, 13
I bid farewell to every fear, 474
I bid them all depart 1100
I bless thee for the same 962
I bore for thee the avenging ire, 106
I bought thee with my blood 151
I broke his law, and, worse than that, 13
I brought thee forth from Pharaoh’s land 358
I call on God, and cry and shout, 749
I call the promises my own, 728
I calmly would resign, 1083
I can but look up for thy grace, 903
I can do all things, or can bear 326
I can do nothing, Lord, ’tis true, 172
I can do nothing without thee 251
I can do nothing without thee 939
I can easily endure. 1101
I can feel no love to God 853
I can have no access to God, 748
I can no denial take, 376
I can of thy wonders talk, 611
I can read my pardon there. 689
I can say, My God is nigh 611
I can suffer, I can die 1101
I can’t be confounded, The Lord will appear. 321
I can’t wait in vain, for The Lord will appear. 321
I cannot bear the yoke 507
I cannot, dare not, on my own works lean, 668
I cannot doubt thy will 1100
I cannot frame a good desire, 279
I cannot from my idols part, 904
I cannot hope but in thy blood 214
I cannot keep thee in my sight, 904
I cannot leave thy throne unblest. 1034
I cannot live if thou remove, 185
I cannot pray, and feel thee near, 904
I cannot rest without my resting-place 701
I cannot see without his light 748
I cannot see without his light. 748
I cannot serve him as I ought 959
I cannot serve thee as I would. 381
I cannot to a wish aspire, 279
I cannot walk without his might, 748
I cannot well abide 883
I cast my eager eyes around 271
I chide my unbelieving heart, 323
I choose thee in return. 940
I come, my spouse, I come, he cries, 363
I come, O Lord, and thirst for thee 902
I come to thee for rest. 388
I could from all things parted be, 1105
I daily draw supplies 203
I dare not trust the sweetest frame, 1106
I dare to make this plea 510
I date my maladies 671
I delivered thee when bound, 968
I depend on solely, 780
I die that thou may’st live. 1025
I do but humbly speak my wish 156
I do not so for nothing grieve 875
I dread no denial, no danger I fear, 229
I drop my vile head in the dust, 336
I durst not confide in his blood, 1149
I eat his flesh, and drink his blood, 818
I eat the bread, and drink the wine 447
I ever into ruin run, 1016
I fain would give the day to God 1124
I fain would in all things my gratitude show 52
I fain would love the day of rest, 1124
I fain would see the Saviour near, 1124
I fain would strive for more 281
I faint unless I feed on thee, 447
I fancied patience would be brought 300
I fear to call thee mine 136
I feel, alas! the same 729
I feel as one immersed in gloomy woes. 701
I feel at my heart all thy sighs and thy groans, 993
I feel from day to day 1030
I feel I hate it too. 188
I feel I must, I shall decline, 999
I feel its burden every day 728
I feel my fainting spirits droop 740
I feel my loss, nor can my spirit rest, 701
I feel my soul the sink of sin, 773
I feel myself a rebel, base and vile 668
I feel no firm support of faith. 835
I feel no warmth no fruits I see 875
I feel the mighty power of God 3
I feel this mud-walled cottage shake, 469
I felt it applied, and I joyfully cried, 197
I felt the arrows of distress, 134
I find, alas! do all I can, 314
I find how vile I am. 46
I find my striving all in vain, 676
I find myself a learner yet, 323
I fondly hoped would always last, 1017
I fought with hand uplifted high 134
I freely all forgive 1025
I freely choose his ways. 188
I freely feed them now 345
I full of sorrow go. 929
I give him all my heart. 268
I give thee what was thine before. 381
I glory in infirmity, 326
I go and sit with others there 1124
I grieve, rejoice, decline, revive, 728
I groan, and grieve, and cry, and call 773
I groan, and pray, and cry, and strive, 1030
I had provoked a dreadful God, 46
I hate my sins, I loathe myself, 1099
I hate the sins that made thee mourn, 958
I have a heavenly home 469
I have a mansion in his heart, 22
I have a mind that loves him well 621
I have a rich, almighty Friend 91
I have a sinner to renew, 106
I have already come 198
I have an immortal store. 43
I have an unbelieving heart 1067
I have, as I seem, when left in the dark, 321
I have, I want no rest beside 637
I have joy and peace below. 558
I have neither will nor power. 1077
I have no life, no light, no love, 604
I have no refuge of my own, 1103
I have no skill the snare to shun, 1016
I have redemption through his blood, 114
I hear a righteous man, 749
I hear, and bow me to the rod 1060
I hear, and sing, and seem to pray, 1124
I hear, but seem to hear in vain 281
I hear the lion roar 1108
I hoped that in some favoured hour, 295
I humbly answer, No. 999
I humbly would my wish present, 156
I hunger now for heavenly food, 673
I, I am thy God, and will still give thee aid 329
I in the heavens will sing his praise 173
I kick and murmur at the rod, 507
I know his glories from afar, 142
I know I should be spared. 163
I know, in all that has befell, 410
I know my heart deceitful is indeed 668
I know my sheep, he cries 345
I know not where I am. 196
I know not where I am. 962
I know the bright, the Morning Star. 142
I know the Lord is nigh, 278
I know them, and I hate their din 381
I know this wretched world can’t fill 507
I know thy holy, fiery law 163
I know thy judgments, Lord, are right 873
I know thy vessels can’t be broke. 214
I know what Christians ought to be 875
I know what he appoints is best, 278
I launch into the deep 294
I lay down my life for my sheep 220
I lay my soul beneath thy love, 166
I lift my heart to thee 1065
I like a stone remain. 196
I lisp and falter in my prayer, 299
I lived at ease, nor feared to die 238
I long for a concert of heavenly praise, 414
I long in thee to live and move, 1070
I long to hear thy pardoning voice 941
I long to lay me down and die, 268
I long to lie beneath thy throne 1070
I long to taste the purple flood, 902
I look for life, but dead remain 875
I look into my heart, and find 314
I look into my Saviour’s breast. 96
I look to Christ alone 811
I look to thee to be supplied 182
I looked to the law for some help, 565
I lose my life, I lose my soul, 838
I love her gates I love the road 361
I love my Shepherd’s voice 122
I love the Incarnate Mystery, 1095
I love the Lord with mind and heart, 251
I love the windows of thy grace, 478
I love thee well, my child. 436
I love to meet among them now, 938
I make it all my song. 169
I make it fouler still. 773
I may be helped to sing, 483
I may my fierce accuser face, 388
I might as soon the seasons change, 905
I miss the presence of my Friend, 251
I mope, I grieve, I faint. 676
I mourn like one bereft of home and friend, 701
I mourn to see thy blood 672
I muse on the years that are past, 346
I must expect a daily cross 300
I must have all things, and abound, 247
I must have Christ as All in all, 613
I must lie down and die. 743
I must pronounce thee just in death 761
I ne’er had chosen thee. 222
I need not blush to own that he, 1042
I need not dread his utmost spite, 1113
I need the influence of thy grace 402
I need thy quickening powers 402
I never can from him be torn. 578
I never, no never can starve. 595
I no more at Mary wonder 741
I now account as worthless dross 949
I often hear him say, 812
I often hear the word of life, 997
I often make the last the first. 810
I Omega likewise am! 491
I on his breast a place have found 950
I on thy promises depend 182
I once was lost, but now am found 198
I only read a sealed book, 196
I own my wretched case 510
I own the just decree 1065
I pant for the light of thy face, 293
I pant, I groan, I grieve 672
I pine with sickness and with sin. 838
I pray to be released from guilt, 692
I prize the privilege of prayer, 728
I quit the hopes I held before, 112
I ran the roads of sin and death 775
I read my name upon his breast, 128
I read the truth and think it o’er, 997
I read their triumph in their eyes 1047
I rest on his unchanging grace 1106
I rise from earth, and soar to heaven. 3
I run to meet my Lord. 268
I sacrifice them to his blood. 439
I saw a river rise, 914
I saw it too just to forgive 565
I saw my sins his blood had spilt, 1025
I saw One hanging on a tree, 1025
I say, he’s my meat and my drink, 1149
I scarce perceive a glimpse of hope. 835
I see from far thy beauteous light, 1075
I see my fig-leaf righteousness 44
I see my remedy at hand 1046
I see thee full of truth and grace, 1076
I seek and hope to find 886
I seek no further light 812
I seek on earth no happier lot, 156
I seem forsaken and alone 1108
I seem to eat and take my fill, 884
I shall appear to their surprise, 1146
I shall, as my Master, be 1058
I shall, as ransomed by thy blood, 275
I shall be near, and like my God! 473
I shall be safe, for Christ displays 122
I shall behold my Lord at home, 478
I shall behold thy blissful face, 473
I shall escape, secure from harm 341
I shall for ever reign, 483
I shall have peace at last, I cried. 238
I shall know and feel thee mine. 280
I shall partake the heavenly store, 979
I shall possess the same. 140
I shall possess, within the vail, 198
I shall sing to him that died. 573
I shall with the Lord appear! 963
I share a filial part, 79
I should be a castaway 282
I should not fear, but boldly stand 163
I should perceive the noise no more 480
I sigh, but dare not talk. 675
I sigh, I mourn, I groan 1035
I sing my Saviour’s wondrous death 168
I sink at thy feet with my load 293
I sinned and stumbled but the more 144
I sometimes go where others go, 281
I sometimes think myself inclined 281
I soon shall reach the harbour, 483
I sought, my God, for thee, 923
I sought thee, but I found thee not, 923
I starving am for want 590
I still had lived estranged from God, 200
I still shall see thy face, 339
I stood amazed, and wondered when, 914
I surely will save thee from sin 565
I taste the dear, enchanting bliss, 268
I tell him all my grief and pain, 960
I, the High and Holy One, 273
I thee had hated still. 1100
I therefore now commend 1059
I think my foes all dead. 336
I thirst, and faint, and die to prove 249
I thirst for thy Spirit, with cries 293
I thought to leave his school 300
I tire, and faint, and mope, and mourn, 251
I to evil still am prone 611
I to my own sad place return, 251
I to my Saviour speed my way, 812
I to my sheep will give 345
I to thy mercy-seat repair, 942
I toiled the precept to obey, 188
I too could boast of merit once, 1042
I took for solid good, 775
I travel through a desert wide, 960
I tread the world beneath my feet, 265
I trembled at the stormy hour, 1017
I tried his patience with my crimes, 189
I tried, resolved, and toiled, and tugged, 189
I triumph and adore 247
I triumph over all by faith, 960
I trust him now, and feel him too. 1120
I trust his righteous character, 1106
I trust I shall be saved at last. 339
I trust in him alone 812
I trust thy faithfulness and power, 294
I tune my harp with theirs. 756
I turn my eyes within 733
I venture all on One. 812
I view my own bad heart, 811
I wait a visit, Lord, from thee. 264
I want – do thou enrich the poor 1074
I want no sacrifice beside. 97
I want no work within, says one 774
I want to be set free 613
I want to know nothing beside 529
I want to trust, but cannot trust, 507
I was alive without thy law, 46
I was as destitute of will 278
I was dead and live for ever, 491
I were a wretch undone! 186
I, who heaven and earth have framed, 273
I who his name did once revile, 191
I will all thy burdens bear; 277
I will all thy needs supply. 277
I will ever give to thee. 462
I will exalt my Father’s name 419
I will not, I will not desert to his foes 329
I will not leave you comfortless 942
I will not let thee go. 1088
I will not let thee go, unless 1088
I wish for pinions like the dove, 1021
I with joy his love repeat, 611
I with saints and angels stand 69
I without him perish must. 573
I wonder not how should he please 1042
I wonder not if giddy men 898
I would be near thy feet, 673
I would be peaceful and alone. 1085
I would be rid of sin. 510
I would believe thy promise, Lord 764
I would, but can’t repent, 278
I would, but cannot; Lord, relieve 278
I would, but cannot love, 278
I would, but cannot rest 278
I would, but thou must give me power, 1019
I would disdain to feed 1066
I would esteem the world but dross, 1052
I would for ever speak his name, 752
I would give all my ramblings o’er 885
I would love him ten times more 170
I would not be a stranger still 479
I would see Jesus every day, 690
I would submit to all thy will, 260
I’d break through every foe 1011
I’d choose thee for my portion, Lord 886
I’d creep beside him as a worm, 950
I’d fear thy cause to plead 1066
I’d flourish and bear fruit 939
I’d fly, and leave this world below, 676
I’d fly to thee, and be at rest. 1048
I’d hear his groans, and view each wound, 950
I’d keep my station near its side, 985
I’d leave thy earthly courts and flee 475
I’d part with all the joys of sense 475
I’d plead for his own mercy’s sake, 727
I’d seek his will in all I do, 728
I’d seek my every joy in thee, 1052
I’d sing how he left his own mansions of light, 414
I’d spread my wants before his face, 727
I’d tell him how my sins arise, 727
I’d to this Rock for shelter flee, 926
I’ll bear the unequal strife, 314
I’ll bless his name he’ll bring me through, 613
I’ll cast my crown before his throne, 204
I’ll cry, Remember me. 1065
I’ll daily seek, for who can tell 947
I’ll eat them with the paschal Lamb. 153
I’ll gladly glory, then, 613
I’ll go, for all his paths are peace. 144
I’ll lay me down, and sweetly sleep, 108
I’ll make him my foundation too, 142
I’ll never, no never, no never forsake. 329
I’ll not despair, for who can tell 947
I’ll point to thy redeeming blood, 144
I’ll praise his name for grace received, 85
I’ll raise a cheerful song, 191
I’ll raise my fainting voice, and say, 406
I’ll sing the riches of thy love, 647
I’ll sing thy power to save. 160
I’ll speak forth the love of my Lord, 581
I’ll speak the honours of my King. 126
I’ll speak the honours of thy name 138
I’ll still adore his name. 567
I’ll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand, 329
I’ll teach them to look unto me. 183
I’ll tell him, too, how base I am, 590
I’ll tell the Father and the Son, 647
I’ll then go exulting in thee, 380
I’ll therefore wait in Meshech’s land, 664
I’ll to my Father go, 590
I’ll trust the world no more 507
I’ll work in thee both power and will 388
I’m a miracle of grace. 158
I’m a pilgrim here below 347
I’m a poor wanderer far from home, 1029
I’m blest, I’m blest, for ever blest 580
I’m but a mass of filthiness 510
I’m captive led, nor can get free, 399
I’m dear to God and to the Lamb 172
I’m filled with tossings to and fro 941
I’m fretful as before. 507
I’m full of diffidence. 507
I’m happy! all is well. 812
I’m Jesus, the First and the Last 565
I’m Jesus, who lives, and was dead, 581
I’m lame, and cannot walk 675
I’m lost in wonder, melt with grief, 105
I’m married to the Lord the Lamb, 580
I’m not ashamed to own my Lord, 54
I’m rich to all the intents of bliss, 940
I’m safe! I’ll shout, O law and sin, 163
I’m saved by grace divine 647
I’ve a settled peace with God. 594
I’ve bound thee up secure, 1032
I’ve Canaan’s goodly land in view, 934
I’ve foes and fears of every shape, 384
I’ve none but thee in heaven above, 186
I’ve nought to trust but sovereign grace 711
I’ve riches immense and divine 565
I’ve scarce a glimmering ray of light 384
I’ve seen an end to what we call 1148
I’ve sinned against thy love 590
I’ve something else in view 507
I’ve tried the rest, and plainly see 589
If all the world to me was given 279
If anything, easy or hard, 220
If asked what of Jesus I think, 1149
If aught is felt, ’tis only pain, 281
If aught there dark appear, 878
If but a moment I depart, 896
If but a single moment’s space, 299
If by sin they’re overtaken, 258
If cares and sorrows me surround, 1083
If Christ do not appear, 749
If Christ his influence withhold 952
If close to thy Lord thou wouldst cleave, 220
If darkness cloud my days. 63
If darkness him surround, 630
If death must follow, I comply 304
If doings prove rather too light, 1149
If dust and ashes might presume, 156
If endless life be their reward, 140
If ever it could come to pass, 182
If ever my poor soul be saved, 678
If faith be strong as well as true, 810
If for thy want of love he chide, 872
If from death I’m fully saved, 780
If God his residence remove, 185
If God his sword of vengeance draw, 946
If God, our God, is near. 1143
If God rebuke for pride, 872
If guilt affords thee fearful smart, 897
If guilt and sin afford a plea, 1122
If guilt pursue thee with its cry, 893
If guilty stings thy conscience feel, 714
If he is made to trust in Christ, 986
If hope, that used thy soul to cheer, 893
If I am found in Jesus’ hands, 354
If I attempt to pray, 196
If I did not love at all 283
If I did not love the Lord 283
If I have not loved before, 283
If I knew a Saviour’s love 283
If I love at all, I pray 283
If I love, why am I thus 283
If I loved my Lord before, 170
If I must perish, there to die. 166
If I pray, or hear, or read, 283
If I should turn from thee 999
If I through thy word am clean 874
If I will also go 999
If in his crown I hope to share, 873
If in my Father’s love 79
If in my soul thy Spirit’s ray 962
If in prison, he can set free, 593
If in thy presence can be room 156
If in thy word I look, 196
If it be indeed begun. 283
If it be thy holy will, 515
If Jesus be but there 634
If Jesus be but there. 812
If Jesus did himself withdraw, 163
If Jesus is for ever mine, 980
If Jesus is ours, we have a true Friend, 343
If Jesus kindly say, 268
If Jesus loves the gospel-poor, 299
If Jesus on them pity show. 978
If Jesus seem to hide his face, 812
If justice draw its flaming sword, 714
If light attend the course I run, 63
If light, exulting thoughts arise, 810
If more refined amusements please, 814
If my heart is broken well, 301
If my hope on Christ is stayed, 698
If my immortal Saviour lives, 980
If my Redeemer shows his head, 186
If my soul is cast to hell, 895
If no milder means will do. 874
If not wholly built on his might, 670
If often he hides his face from his friends, 687
If on false foundations built 237
If on my face for thy dear name, 1065
If once compared to thee! 186
If once his grace renew the heart, 953
If once the love of Christ we feel 344
If once the sun shines upon a soul clear, 710
If one believer may be lost, 351
If one good wish would purchase heaven. 279
If pain and sickness rend this frame, 1083
If penitence be quite left out, 241
If profit be thy scope, 880
If providence should frown, 605
If rebels thus are freed, 219
If reconciled I see thy face, 304
If reproached, let me rejoice 558
If severed from the Vine. 939
If sheltered in thy righteousness, 227
If sick, or lame, or poor, 335
If sin affects thee not with woe, 797
If sin be pardoned, I’m secure 464
If sin is loathsome to thy heart, 897
If sinless innocence be theirs, 39
If Solomon for wisdom prayed, 692
If sometimes I strive, as I mourn, 293
If strong thyself, support the weak 810
If such a weight to every soul 782
If such the sweetness of the streams, 472
If the whole world you could possess, 807
If there’s one so vile as I, 802
If these can alter, I must fall 182
If this be granted, we’ll adore 643
If this be, Lord, thy way, 308A
If this be Zion’s rule, 522
If this foundation be removed, 351
If thou be mine, all will be well 947
If thou be on my side, 291
If thou, celestial Dove, 27
If thou, dear Lord, so base a wretch wilt save, 668
If thou depart, ’tis hell. 185
If thou hast my discharge procured, 227
If thou, my God, art near. 1083
If thou, my Jesus, still be nigh, 331
If thou, O God, art mine. 940
If thou press on, the crowds will fly, 302
If thou remember me. 1065
If thou shouldst leave us, we must fall 679
If thou shouldst take them all away, 1110
If thou the least displeasure show, 304
If thou withdraw, ’tis night. 186
If thou’rt the Son of God, 312
If thy blood has purged my sin 874
If thy life was in the root, 400
If thy presence thou deny 988
If to thee I breathe my prayer, 964
If to this thou art a stranger, 799
If today he deigns to bless us 758
If today we be sincere, 795
If unbelief’s that sin accursed, 773
If unto Jesus thou art bound, 302
If we now believe aright, 795
If we of his death partake. 491
If we reprove some hateful lie, 1146
If we think of reconciling 800
If wealth or honour, power or fame, 807
If well, be tender to the sick 810
If what those words aver, 152
If with my sin compared, ’tis light, 873
If you are returning to Jesus, your Friend, 998
If you but touch that purple tide, 45
If you tarry till you’re better, 723
Imagination gives! 291
Imagination’s utmost stretch 418
Immanuel had not bled and died, 206
Immanuel! thrice-blessed name! 557
Immanuel’s offspring come 425
Immediately from thee! 472
Immensely great! immensely small! 88
Immensity he fills 539
Immortal and divine 530
Immortal crowns of majesty, 421
Immortal honours rest on Jesus’ head 667
Immortal life to bring, 537
Immortal love no change can know 596
Immortal majesty is his, 624
Immortal principles forbid 192
Immortal thanks be paid, 464
Immortally must live. 828
Immovable the promise stands 980
Immutable and free. 909
Immutably the same, it flows 132
Impart a kind celestial shower, 1132
Impart thy quickening power 825
Impart to all thy flock below 818
Implant and root it deep within 1060
Implore thy powerful help, 947
Impoverished souls receive 1151
Impress our souls with dread 946
Impress upon my wandering heart 1008
Impressed on his heart it remains, 340
Imputed righteousness I own 31
Imputed righteousness is strange, 115
In a believer’s ear! 135
In a diviner light. 478
In a favour so divine 802
In a form, without the power 563
In a polluted, dreadful state, 930
In a rich ocean join 56
In agonies and blood, 1025
In all commotions rest! 137
In all created good 884
In all his glorious hue 564
In all his holy, sovereign will, 7
In all its height, and breadth, and length. 692
In all my sorrows, conflicts, woes, 1065
In all my troubles and distress, 511
In all need to Jesus go 158
In all our hearts abroad 29
In all our worst afflictions, 235
In all their sorrows bears a part, 749
In all they do, or think, or say, 747
In all they say and all they do. 256
In all things are the same. 878
In all things nothing may I see, 1075
In all things ordered well. 411
In all things ordered well. 411
In all things ordered well. 411
In all things ordered well. 411
In all things ordered well. 411
In all things ordered well. 411
In all things ordered well for thee 915
In all things well approved. 1154
In all thy distresses thy Head feels the pain 993
In all thy ways to run 278
In all we ask or do. 796
In all we think or speak, 287
In all you say, in all you do. 608
In an eternal covenant sure 224
In awful flames of fire. 261
In bearing witness to his word, 31
In blazing wrath drew near. 561
In blessings on your head. 320
In bondage and distress! 188
In both his grace we prove. 894
In bringing proud Goliaths down. 887
In chanting forth his grace. 596
In characters of blood 230
In childhood, youth, and growing years 238
In Christ eternally beloved 65
In Christ he is perfect, and free from all guilt, 612
In Christ he moves, and acts, and lives 234
In Christ, his Ark, he safely rides, 685
In Christ is a suitable store, 566
In Christ is salvation; the kingdom is his. 129
In Christ most richly dwell. 605
In Christ my treasure gathered is 178
In Christ their mysterious Head 635
In Christ they all complete appear 65
In Christ they both harmonious meet 17
In Christ, your glorious Head 607
In Christ’s atoning blood, 311
In Christ’s obedience clothe, 471
In coming from thy courts above, 216
In coming to the mercy-seat! 394
In covenant from of old, 921
In coverings not his own. 805
In coverings of their own 805
In dark dispensations his kindness he’ll prove, 1033
In darkest nights he makes a way, 513
In darkest shades if he appear, 1011
In darkness and distress, 110
In darkness born, I went astray, 748
In darkness or distress, 909
In darkness such are held 253
In David I see a greater by far 549
In death thou wilt most needful be, 1105
In death’s awful day true peace in my mind 321
In deep distress complain, 749
In deep distress, then raptures feel 296
In doctrines no savour in duties no salt. 254
In doubt, nor dies nor lives. 291
In dread consternation, distracted with fear 568
In due time the true blessing came. 628
In duty and in bliss, 475
In each dear place the same rich scene 156
In earth or heaven above, 792
In Eden’s garden there was food 153
In endless bliss, his own shall prove 633
In endless love, the Holy Three 525
In essence eternally one, 516
In eternity that’s past 535
In every action glows! 1082
In every age, of every name, 1091
In every believer two armies are seen, 612
In every blessing he ordained. 61
In every changing scene below, 531
In every condition – in sickness, in health, 329
In every counsel of his will, 174
In every gloomy hour. 772
In every mercy, full and free, 61
In every new trial, to him will I cry, 1104
In every office he sustains, 174
In every outward act, 287
In every rough and stormy gale, 1106
In every sore and deep distress, 622
In every star thy wisdom shines 1147
In every state are blest 832
In every state secure, 412
In every storm, in every sea, 511
In every thought and act impure, 113
In every thought within, 287
In every time of need, 739
In every time of need we’ll cry, 643
In every trying, deep distress, 531
In every victory he gains, 174
In evil long I took delight, 1025
In exercise remain. 434
In faith and godly fear. 1154
In faith and holy fear 499
In faith, and love, and every grace 295
In faith and love, while thus we sing 34
In faith present our prayers, 398
In faithful friendship joined. 375
In fellowship with him we loved 1041
In fellowship with thee. 1132
In fiery trials thou shalt see, 328
In firmest bonds of peace. 1153
In fragrant rows at thy right hand 264
In full glory I shall shine. 575
In garments dyed in blood, 119
In garments white as snow 580
In glorious triumph led 403
In glory evermore. 15
In glory, Lord, may I be found, 174
In glory, soon, with Christ their King, 411
In glory throned, divinely bright, 172
In glory to appear. 570
In glory’s ineffable light. 635
In God, the life of all my joys, 109
In God’s all-searching sight. 786
In God’s eternal book 201
In God’s most holy will 278
In grace’s magazine 629
In guilt’s dark dungeon when we lay, 837
In hands, and feet, and side. 23
In heart, in lip, in life depraved, 217
In heaven, and earth, and air, and seas, 6
In heaven he lives, our King, our Priest 815
In heaven he reigns your God and King, 539
In heaven my choicest treasure lies, 482
In heaven their dwelling-place. 67
In heaven there’s ne’er a vacant throne 413
In heaven’s high court for good, 1156
In higher notes than they 922
In him a holiness complete, 128
In him a rich fulness dwells, 574
In him alone I’ll boast 108
In him, and him alone, confide 377
In him, as my Head, abide 573
In him, as my portion, boast. 573
In Him for ever to rejoice. 171
In him I hope in him I trust 271
In him I live, upon him cast my care 667
In him I stand completely just 604
In him I’m ever, ever pleased, 572
In him I’ve power with God. 604
In him live, upon him rest, 545
In him my soul admires and loves, 1042
In him my soul delighteth well 572
In Him my treasure’s all contained 171
In him my weary soul has rest, 128
In him the brightest seraph boasts. 1042
In him the church was chosen too, 572
In him the Father never saw 65
In him the Gentile church shall trust 557
In him the world no beauty sees, 975
In him there dwells a treasure all divine, 667
In him they stand complete and just 538
In him thy mighty power exert 373
In Him what glories I behold! 171
In himself, he is nothing but sin and disgrace 612
In his appointed hour, 1020
In his appointed way. 292
In his best and brightest form, 301
In his blood has washed us clean 237
In his dying minute 306
In his heart they have a place, 720
In his highest work, redemption, 514
In his likeness to appear 698
In his mighty name confide 428
In his own appointed way. 654
In his own heart the Christian puts 685
In his own vital flood 100
In his remembrance-book 832
In his rich garments clad 820
In his righteousness confiding, 759
In holiness the saints delight, 16
In honour high, of whom is told 790
In honour of your King. 426
In hopes to see his face. 337
In humble praise, with holy fear 172
In hymns of joy, to praise the Lord. 1127
In Jehovah’s sacred word. 43
In Jesus, and Jesus alone, 516
In Jesus approved, eternally loved, 68
In Jesus beloved, and washed in his blood, 243
In Jesus’ bleeding hands and side. 585
In Jesus Christ, the King of grace, 567
In Jesus combine all the riches of grace, 1033
In Jesus’ house there still is room 1028
In Jesus I’m comely and fair. 595
In Jesus I’m perfect and free. 595
In Jesus’ image shining bright 15
In Jesus may we live and rest, 700
In Jesus the Lamb, from eternity slain 1097
In Jesus, the Lamb, the Father’s delight, 912
In Jesus the Saviour, the sinner shall view 1097
In Jesus they are justified 181
In Jesus they most richly meet 589
In Jesus they shall trust 114
In Jesus thy image with brightness we view, 243
In Jordan’s swelling flood 429
In Jordan’s swelling flood 648
In joy, and peace, and thee 934
In knowledge of thy Lord 878
In language loud to men proclaim 1151
In life’s fair book set down 472
In life’s uncertain path I stand 331
In loud complaints he spends his breath, 164
In love for ever rest 579
In love I correct thee, thy soul to refine, 993
In love remember me. 1065
In love to Zion, he has broke 553
In lustre, when compared with him. 910
In marks of indelible grace 340
In me, a sinful worm 339
In meditation sweet, 787
In melting grief and ardent love. 1123
In memory of thee. 823
In memory of thee. 823
In memory of thee. 823
In memory of thee. 823
In memory of your dying Friend! 1121
In men redeemed from death. 834
In mercy forgiving delight 12
In mercy put a stop to war 646
In mercy send us peace 646
In mercy to our aid descend, 952
In mercy to us speak 118
In Meshech, as yet, I reside, 246
In Meshech’s discouraging land. 529
In millions of creatures, which fell 159
In miseries great he sighed 663
In mounts of danger and of straits, 513
In mutual love, ere time began. 87
In my Beloved meet and shine. 21
In my infirmity, 613
In my Jesus’ arms secure, 342
In my own breast I look and read 740
In myself I have no hope 895
In nature’s barren soil 933
In never-ceasing prayer. 1088
In oaths, and promises, and blood. 83
In one another’s peace delight, 1082
In one harmonious song 1153
In oneness with his nature pure, 62
In other ills we find 287
In our Almighty Leader’s name 1080
In our and angels’ breasts 39
In our deepest darkness rise, 1057
In our distress he bears a part, 441
In our eternal home, 1114
In our happiness rejoices, 864
In our hearts and lives be found 461
In our Jehovah dwell 327
In pain, in sickness, or in death. 707
In part or through the whole, 774
In pastures fresh and green 425
In pastures fresh he makes me feed, 139
In paths of truth and grace. 139
In peace dismiss us hence 459
In pensive pleasure join with me, 153
In pity for me paid. 163
In pleasing him their pleasure’s placed, 255
In poverty and wretchedness, 531
In poverty’s vale, or abounding in wealth 329
In praise and prayer ascend thy hill 901
In prayer, and faith, and hope 375
In precious blood, and crimson lines. 752
In principle unmoved 1154
In purest love their souls unite, 375
In quiet rests our brother’s dust, 842
In realms above the sky, 834
In realms of endless peace. 592
In rebellion blindly bold 376
In relieving our complaints, 258
In rising from the flood, 653
In rivers of sorrow it flowed, 162
In robes of salvation and praise, 246
In robes prepared by God, 56
In sacred peace our souls abide, 1141
In sad Gethsemane. 156
In safety and quiet thy warfare he ends. 993
In Salem’s streets above 215
In Satan’s image born 588
In search of earthly good, 885
In search of endless life! 883
In seas of heavenly rest, 474
In seas of unmolested rest. 482
In season due he seals 81
In secret so increase thy store, 880
In self a mass of hateful dregs, 588
In self I’m polluted and vile 595
In shadows and types so sublime. 544
In shining glory with the just 1105
In shining ranks they move, 475
In sighs, or groans, or words expressed, 725
In sight we hope shall lose 792
In signs of bread and wine. 818
In sin’s dark maze they wander far, 76
In singing, God is love. 631
In sinners born of God 1030
In six days God made heaven and earth 358
In solemn, sweet accord, 517
In some degree condole. 156
In some unexpected way, 645
In some unguarded hour 634
In songs to make thy glories known, 499
In sorrow’s vale, by raging thirst, 1091
In sorrows sharp and long 189
In sorrows, sicknesses, or pains, 622
In souls renewed, and sins forgiven 1147
In sounds to mortal ears unknown 752
In spite of all hell we of victory sing 612
In spite of all my foes can do. 175
In spite of all that may oppose. 622
In spite of all thy unbelief 897
In spite of every foe 677
In spite of the world, sin, or thrall 565
In spite of unbelief, and pride, 1020
In such a frame as this, 357
In such a wretched heart as mine 1078
In such sweet posture let me lie, 756
In swaddling bands the Saviour view! 39
In sweet harmonious strains 406
In sweet obedience to thy Son. 648
In sweet raptures I shall see 347
In sweetest harmony 607
In sweetest harmony of praise 109
In temptation’s darkest hour 640
In thankful notes your voices raise, 834
In that dear Babe of Bethlehem I see 703
In that divine treasure of grace 529
In that dread moment, O to hide 1093
In that immortal song! 207
In that tremendous day 561
In that tremendous day. 23
In the affections of his heart 73
In the ark the weary dove 356
In the bonds of love and peace 1014
In the bright world above. 242
In the church’s room and stead, 573
In the councils of Jehovah, 573
In the day of thy appearing, 1137
In the dear bosom of his love 354
In the distressing hour. 120
In the distressing hour. 244
In the eternal Father’s breast, 823
In the garden groaning, drooping 237A
In the gloomy garden, 780
In the happy paths of love! 187
In the highest heaven enthrone him! 982
In the highest heights, and then 776
In the highest heights, and then 776
In the highest strains of love; 583
In the hour of dark temptation, 43
In the Lord, his Living Way, 545
In the Lord is our perfection, 491
In the Lord’s most holy place. 542
In the midst of tribulation, 769
In the paths of promise tread 270
In the person of the Saviour, 514
In the purposes of heaven 626
In the Redeemer’s blood. 30
In the Redeemer’s blood 24
In the sad garden, on the wood, 824
In the shepherds’ hearts a flame, 776
In the watery grave, to show 649
In the watery grave we see, 649
In the way himself has taught 789
In the way that I should go 1119
In the way the fathers trod 267
In the whole of your behaviour, 428
In the world of endless ruin, 1068
In the world we’ve tribulation, 965
In the young gardens of his grace. 22
In thee all blessings richly meet 643
In thee, and thee alone. 1110
In thee I all things do possess 589
In thee I every glory view, 173
In thee our tribes appear, 362
In thee shall Israel trust, 110
In thee, the Lord alone. 110
In thee thy Father’s glories shine 264
In their divinest forms. 207
In their Shepherd’s loving breast. 768
In them is no solid rest. 619
In them that unto Jesus flee 572
In themselves as weak as worms, 397
In these cold hearts of ours. 25
In these he was resolved to make 66
In things whereof they’re now ashamed 858
In this alone I can confide 105
In this appointed place. 808
In this appointment shine! 119
In this bewildered state, 1026
In this dark desert to complain 286
In this dark wilderness. 953
In this dear Christ I all things have 604
In this distress, the course I take 773
In this eternal choice 60
In this glad hour! 35
In this his understanding stood 255
In this I make my greatest boast, 216
In this one God will I rejoice, 647
In this one request agree, 857
In this our evil day 1088
In this our strong tower for safety we hide, 324
In this place he loved to be, 802
In this poor stony heart! 249
In this posture let me live, 686
In this temper let me die, 686
In this the accepted day 938
In this way is to be had 543
In this way the church has trod, 543
In this – we ask thy presence, Lord! 1131
In this wilderness below, 645
In those who love thy name 193
In those whom God has loved 1030
In thy almighty favour 131
In thy atoning blood! 95
In thy beloved Son. 1039
In thy bitter passion 827
In thy bosom bear’st the lambs 768
In thy bosom safely lodged, 349
In thy dear bosom let me hide 173
In thy deep wounds a balsam find, 738
In thy delightful ways. 429
In thy fair book of life and grace, 4
In thy foul condition 306
In thy grace alone I trust. 737
In thy mercy if I share 874
In thy name O Lord, assembling, 1135
In thy own appointed way. 650
In thy own ways. 517
In thy presence all afflictions 1101
In thy presence I am happy 1101
In thy presence I can conquer, 1101
In thy presence I’m secure 1101
In thy promise is my hope 1111
In thy shining courts above 802
In thy strength alone I stand 1111
In thy strength may we be strong 501
In thy Surety thou art free 145
In ties of blood, and nothing less, 757
In time and to eternal days, 412
In toiling and rowing thy strength is decayed. 993
In tremendous agonies 658
In tribulation’s thorny maze, 925
In triumph rose the conquering God, 561
In trouble afford a confidence strong, 254
In trouble and in joy, 936
In union with the Lamb, 921
In Unity through Christ our King 34
In vain, alas! is nature’s aid 977
In vain, alas! resolve to bind 1084
In vain Apollos sows the ground, 165
In vain from creatures help I seek 941
In vain I charge my thoughts to stay, 1084
In vain I read, in vain I pray, 953
In vain I seek for rest 884
In vain I withstood, and fled from my God, 197
In vain men talk of living faith, 256
In vain our march opposes, 131
In vain the bright, the burning sun 186
In vain the fancy strives to paint 1155
In vain the sons of wealth and pride 257
In vain the tempter frights my soul, 266
In vain the trembling conscience seeks 935
In vain they boast their little stores 257
In vain they seek the world’s relief 898
In vain to hoard it up they tried, 1126
In vain we ask God’s righteous law 111
In vain we boast perfection here, 1148
In vain we meet to sing and pray, 952
In vain we search, in vain we try, 57
In vain we seek for peace with God, 946
In vain we strive to rise 25
In vain we tune our formal songs, 25
In vain ye rail, in vain oppose 106
In value less or greater seem, 803
In vanity I spent my youth 949
In vast eternity he chose 596
In vengeance burst upon his head 536
In victory over all 426
In vineyards, planted by his hand, 22
In weakness and distress, 105
In what sad plight I stand! 313
In whate’er we do or say 258
In which none are clothed but Jesus’s bride 524
In whom I live, and move, and am, 801
In whom I stand complete. 567
In whose dear name their fervent cries 943
In willing bonds, beneath thy feet. 122
In wisdom, stature, grace, 709
In wit to heal affliction 814
In wonder dies away! 418
In word, and deed, and mind 1002
In words we oft express 682
In worship so divine 38
In yon celestial throng, 203
In Zion let us all appear, 361
In Zion soon we all shall meet. 1021
In Zion’s courts for praise and prayer, 1127
In Zion’s salvation accord 516
Incarnate God and Lord, 1128
Incarnate God, I fly 764
Incensed at all your sins and mine. 712
Incline the heart, unclose the mouth, 870
Incomprehensibly made man. 37
Increase my faith, increase my hope, 1051
Increase our faith, and hope, and love 822
Increase our faith and love, 608
Increased and filled the world with sin. 89
Indeed, I’ve nowhere else to flee 385
Indeed we are not much like him. 712
Indignant Justice stood in view 134
Indulge their lust, and still go on 76
Indulge their sloth, consult their ease, 851
Indulged by thy Lord his glory to see 297
Indulgent God, how kind 732
Indulgent goodness spares 499
Infant of Days he here became, 37
Infect and rot within 860
Infidels may laugh 77
Infinite day excludes the night, 1022
Infinite in truth and justice, 800
Infinite justice on him threw. 536
Infinite wisdom! boundless power! 957
Infirmities annoy, 613
Infirmities, as means, 613
Inflicting strokes of wrath divine 712
Informed by the gospel for such there is room 1104
Inhabitest the humble mind 1023
Innumerable foes, 287
Inscribes his laws in every son, 16
Insensible as steel 281
Insensible to love or pain 1123
Inspire the living faith, 983
Inspires the heart with heavenly bliss, 684
Instead of this, he made me feel 295
Instead of trusting sovereign grace! 630
Instruct our minds our wills subdue 434
Instruct them in thy heavenly will, 1154
Instructs me to the heavenly fight, 325
Insult and rend thy helpless soul 900
Insulted in his lowest case! 797
Insulting foe, ’tis true 1012
Intent to aggravate my woe 295
Interceding for his own. 788
Intercepted by thy God, 270
Interposed his precious blood. 199
Into every troubled breast! 1053
Into my arms for freedom fall 989
Into my soul convey 940
Into my soul descend 1061
Into the world we nothing brought, 807
Into thy heart-breaking sorrows, 563
Into thy secret will 19
Intolerable load!) 156
Intoxication pleasure 814
Invaluable blood! 803A
Invite believers to rejoice. 607
Invites his children near, 5
Invites the helpless and the poor 967
Inviting souls to venture near 224
Iron bars and brazen gates. 397
Is a delightful theme 228
Is a privilege divine 205
Is able and willing to save 627
Is all from immutable love. 334
Is all his love to sinful me! 410
Is all that saves me from despair. 290
Is all the law can do. 111
Is all this world to me 386
Is always joined to faith. 241
Is as they stand in Christ their Head 224
Is bread of life, is heavenly wine. 142
Is brought, for all his people, in. 97
Is but a lie at best. 152
Is but a thin and lowering cloud, 302
Is but the voice of every saint 92
Is by God exalted high. 920
Is cancelled by his death. 23
Is David’s root and offspring too. 142
Is easier still but O to feel 806
Is endless praise and glory due. 409
Is faith’s divine repast 228
Is faithful to his Son. 85
Is filled with anxious fear 774
Is food for dying souls. 440
Is fooled and vexed, yet snaps again. 885
Is freed from the bondage of guilt and the curse 243
Is from his gifts to draw a plea, 959
Is guarded well in every part 1020
Is he a Door I’ll enter in 142
Is he a Fire he’ll purge my dross 142
Is he a Fountain there I bathe, 142
Is he a God, and shall his grace 269
Is he a Head each member lives, 142
Is he a Rock how firm he proves! 142
Is he a Rose not Sharon yields 142
Is he a Star he breaks the night, 142
Is he a Sun his beams are grace, 142
Is he a Sun? On thee he’ll shine. 1028
Is he a Temple I adore 142
Is he a Tree the world receives 142
Is he a Vine his heavenly root 142
Is he a Way he leads to God 142
Is he compared to Wine or Bread 142
Is he designed the Corner-stone, 142
Is, he sent his Son to bleed. 789
Is he thy God? He’ll bring thee through. 1028
Is heaven on earth to me. 785
Is hid, or lies forlorn 845
Is in this book denied. 42
Is infinite delight. 475
Is it not his who could not call 807
Is it thy all-wise decree, 616
Is Jesus Christ to me. 557
Is Jesus my Saviour, my Husband, and Friend, 577
Is laid for your faith in his excellent word! 329
Is left on sacred record thus 790
Is like the troubled sea 507
Is manifestly passed from death, 351
Is mercy transportingly sweet. 12
Is more than highest angels can 34
Is more than mere notion or name 233
Is more than mere notion or whim 220
Is my inquiry now. 188
Is narrow, low, and small 308
Is not a legal task 599
Is not for such as I. 729
Is not the Holy Ghost. 32
Is not thy chariot hastening on 1146
Is not thy mercy still the same, 1083
Is not thy name melodious still 1066
Is not to eat and drink 236
Is now to Christians given 446
Is our best sacrifice. 1098
Is precious, pure, and good 603
Is prone to go astray 378
Is put on the finger, God’s kindness to prove, 524
Is raised for their defence 345
Is raised on seats of power and pride, 1146
Is rendered fit with Christ to feast, 805
Is revealed 43
Is richly treasured here. 636
Is richly treasured here. 604
Is risen victorious from the grave. 815
Is sin, and death, and hell. 739
Is sin thy daily grief 892
Is some kind haven near! 1093
Is something very hard. 313
Is sometimes hot and sometimes cold, 149
Is still to call and pray, 773
Is still to dreadful changes prone 1017
Is stored with precious promises, 86
Is subject to his eye. 70
Is sweeter than ten thousand days 357
Is, that our hearts extend their plan 790
Is that secure abode, 1093
Is that thou wilt to us cleave. 154
Is that which leads to life! 783
Is the eternal God! 533
Is the evening time at hand 722
Is the hope of Israel now. 760
Is the Lord and Saviour! 574
Is the love of God to man 582
Is the rest the cross supplies 1055
Is the returning day of rest, 1001
Is the sweet well of Bethlehem! 1091
Is, then, the law of God untrue, 809
Is there a thing beneath the sun, 1075
Is there nothing here below 1045
Is there nought can yield repose 1045
Is this, dear Lord, that thorny road 289
Is this polluted heart 196
Is this the case Yes, Lord, ’tis true 621
Is this the lot of God’s elect 307
Is this the Man? can this be he 950
Is thy own care. 517
Is thy victorious sword! 194
Is, to be led by thee 156
Is to be one with thee. 940
Is to feel your need of him, 723
Is to me a mighty shield, 43
Is true Almighty God 23
Is vanity and toil. 933
Is walled around with grace 94
Is welcome news to him. 528
Is welcome to a Throne of Grace, 527
Isaac alone is lawful heir 522
Israel, passing through the fire. 758
Israel, thy King for ever reigns, 58
Israel trembled when they heard. 789
Israel’s God, by all adored, 273
Israel’s hope and sacrifice. 145
Israel’s strength and consolation, 1054
It always is full to the brim, 566
It behoves us 1014
It bids me fly, and lends me wings. 49
It binds up the broken in heart, 233
It blows its poisonous breath, 287
It boasts of a celestial birth, 225
It brings amazing stores of grace 756
It charms the humble saint, 60
It cheers a debtor’s gloomy face, 756
It cheers my soul, revives my hope, 203
It cheers with hope the gloomy day, 919
It claims no merits of its own, 225
It comes entirely free 818
It comes not from above 851
It comes through Christ alone 816
It cometh from the Lord. 335
It conquers in weakness is proof against strife 254
It dies as soon as born. 178
It does not reign alone. 851
It drank in various woe 671
It fights against his love, 773
It fills the heart with dread 713
It flows from Jesus’ love and grace. 897
It flows through the word of thy grace, 460
It follows, so may all. 351
It follows, without further strife, 152
It gives religion life 832
It gives what it teaches, and guards what it gives. 254
It grows not native, like our skin, 805
It has no charms for me 1100
It heals the soul of feverish heat, 896
It holds forth salvation so perfectly free! 52
It holds the fainting spirit up 919
It holds the weak believer up, 244
It is finished! 93
It is finished! 93
It is finished! 93
It is finished! 982
It is finished! all is over 982
It is finished! Angels bear it, 982
It is finished! O what pleasure 93
It is finished, said the Lord, 306
It is finished! Sinners, hear it 982
It is his delight to succour his own 1000
It is the cordial true 890
It is the Lord, enthroned in light, 261
It is the Lord, my covenant God, 261
It is the Lord should I distrust 261
It is the Lord, who can sustain 261
It is the Lord, whose matchless skill 261
It is the Lord’s own promise. 806
It is the Spirit’s gracious part 1107
It is the wine of Love, 890
It knew no beginning, and never shall end! 68
It knows and craves no higher birth. 671
It lays in heaven the topmost stone, 201
It lays my soul at mercy’s gate 748
It leans on Jesus’ breast. 603
It leaves me yet unblest, 884
It lives and labours under load 236
It looks for life and peace 603
It made them strong and made them bold, 904
It magnifies his precious name, 713
It makes a conscience whole, 684
It makes broken hearts to rejoice, 523
It makes me feel my ruined state, 748
It makes me start aside, 883
It makes obedience all delight. 60
It makes the coward spirit brave, 919
It makes the foulest sinner clean, 13
It makes the wounded spirit whole, 135
It matters not how black their cast 407
It might enchant it could not bless 807
It mingles with the prayer 287
It must be so, it is the way. 313
It never once departs. 202
It oft has afforded relief from my fear, 321
It overcomes heaven by prayer 233
It pineth after thee, 673
It pities the falls of the weak, 250
It points the road to Zion’s hill, 889
It puffs us glad, torments us sad 287
It regulates passion, and helps us to quell 254
It rises high, and drowns the hills 212
It says to the mountains, Depart, 233
It scorns in borrowed robes to shine, 115
It seemed to charge me with his death, 1025
It sets the soul at large 486
It sets time past in present view, 226
It shall a blessing prove 871
It shall last eternally. 594
It sharpens our sword and strengthens our shield. 254
It shines with everlasting light. 1048
It softens well the heart of stone, 896
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds, 135
It speaks of mercy, rich and free, 525
It speaks of pardon, full and free, 527
It strikes our spirits dead. 946
It sweetly once drew in 889
It takes its terror from the grave, 919
It takes out all stain whenever applied 155
It tells me, and that with a smile, 595
It then bred worms and putrefied 1126
It treads on the world and on hell 233
It triumphs in the dying hour. 72
It triumphs over sin and death, 713
It vanquishes death and despair 233
It welcomes the weary to come and be blessed 524
It were an easy part 1012
It will see war no more 336
It yields some hope of life divine 1108
Its beams have shone with strength and heat, 546
Its beauties all centre in Christ, 523
Its beauties astonish me quite, 529
Its beauties none can trace, 598
Its best beloved Son 1151
Its blessings all unite 84
Its blessings, though rich and divine, 595
Its bonds shall never break, 921
Its endless glories shine so bright, 60
Its everlasting arms. 70
Its fountain springs in heaven above, 738
Its glories cannot cease, 792
Its glories I’ll sing, and its wonders I’ll tell 11
Its glories, with wonder, I trace 595
Its healing power has always wrought 985
Its highest delight is to give 595
Its hold we cannot break. 287
Its honours in his blood. 5
Its interest in thy grace 679
Its jots and tittles stand the same. 87
Its loathsome stench emits 310
Its owner is a heavenly King 684
Its pleasures now no longer please, 1100
Its power and zeal increase. 603
Its power may be proved again and again. 155
Its riches are unsearchable 249
Its streams revive our drooping souls. 738
Its unctuous odours downward spread 794
Its wondrous virtues must prevail 1091