Hymns from History

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Discovering the Old and Cherished Hymns of the Faith

Hymns from The Baptist Psalmody (1850)

Behold the Throne of Grace #678 [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by John Newton (1779) on "Prayer and Watchfulness"

O Lord, I Would Delight in Thee #551 [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by John Ryland (1777)

O Our Redeemer God #880 [READ on Founders Blog]

An early Southern Baptist hymn by Abram Poindexter (1809–1872)
The Baptist Psalmody and Abram Poindexter

Holy, Holy, Holy Lord #21 [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by Basil Manly, Jr. (1850)

Lord I Deserve Thy Deepest Wrath #445 [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by Basil Manly, Jr. (1850)

Lord in Humble Sweet Submission #909 [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn on baptism by Robert T. Daniel. (1773–1840)

O Could I Find from Day to Day #656 [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by Benjamin Cleavland (1733–1811)

Sovereign Ruler of the Skies #51 [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by John Ryland (1777)

 

Christmas Hymns

Joy to the World and a New Song

Excerpt from Sing a New Song (sermon on Psalm 98)

Comfort, Comfort Ye My People

A Christmas hymn based in Isaiah 40

Who Is This So Weak and Helpless?

A Christmas hymn by William Walsham How (1823–1897)

 

Patriotic Hymns

CHESTER (Let tyrants shake their iron rods)

A hymn from the American Revoutionary War by William BIllings (1746–1800)

 

More Hymns

Be Still and Know That Thou Art God [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by Samuel Medley(1738–1799)
A prayer for those facing suffering and affliction.

Come Boldly to a Throne of Grace

A hymn by Daniel Herbert (c1751–1833)
A welcoming encouragement to pray when weighed down by guilt and sin

Conquering Prince and Lord of Glory

A hymn by Gerhard Tersteegen (1735)
A prayer that we would readily and willingly submit to God's authority

Great Shepherd of Thy People Hear [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by John Newton (1725–1807)
For the Gathering of the Church in Corporate Prayer

How Firm a Foundation

A hymn from John Rippon's Selection of Hymns (1787) with Scripture verses

How Shall I My Savior Set Forth? [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by James Maxwell (1720–1800)

I Greet Thee Who My Sure Redeemer Art [READ on the Blog]

A hymn attributed to John Calvin from the Strasbourg Psalter, 1545

I Love Thy Kingdom Lord

A hymn by Timothy Dwight (1801) based on Psalm 137:5–6

Immanuel's Land [READ on Founders Blog]

Also titled "The Sands of Time Are Sinking" by Anne Ross Cousin (1857)
A hymn based on the letters of Samuel Rutherford (1600–1661)

Immortal Honors [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by William Gadsby (1838)

O How Blest the Hour [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by Carl Johann Philipp Spitta (1801–1859)

Prayer for a Blessing [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by John Newton (1779) for the New Year

Sovereign Grace O'er Sin Abounding [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by John Kent (1766-1843)

The Drop That Grew Into a Torrent [READ on Founders Blog]

A hymn by Charles H. Spurgeon (1890)

The Love of God [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by Frederick M. Lehman (1917) and Meir ben Isaac Nehoral (c. 1050)

Wondrous King All-Glorious [READ on the Blog]

A hymn by Joachim Neander (1680)

 

Psalm Settings

Hallelujah Praise Jehovah [READ on the Blog]

A setting of Psalm 146 from The Psalter (1912)

Teach Me O Lord Thy Way of Truth [READ on the Blog]

A setting of Psalm 119:33-40 from The Psalter (1912)

 

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