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ACTS AND PROCEEDINGS
Of the General Synod of the Reformed Dutch Church, in North America, held at Albany, June, 1812..
REVISION of the Psalms and Hymns now in use in A
the Dutch Church, having been requested and referred to the General Synod, by the Particular Synod of New-York; and it being desirable that our selection of Psalms and Hymns should be improved and enlarged:
Resolved, That the Synod request the Rev. Dr. Liv. INGSTON to make a selection of Psalms and Hymns agreeably to the views expressed upon this subject; and they appoint the Rev. James V. C. Romeyn, James S. Cannon, Peter Steddiford and John Schureman, a committee to whom Dr. Livingston will submit the selection; but for the greater security in a work of such importance, it is resolved, that after it is adopted by the committee, it shall be reported to the General Synod and obtain their ultimate арprobation before it be published.
Acts and proceedings of the General Synod of the
Reformed Dutch Church, held at an extraordinary session, at New-York, October, 1813.
THE committee to whom Professor Livingston was requested to submit his selection of Psalms and Hymns, reported: That he had accomplished the work assigned him; that they have examined the same, and judge it to be a judicious and excellent selection; that they accordingly recommend it to the General Synod for their ultimate approbation, and suggest the propriety of having it immediately published and introduced into all our Churches.
The General Synod having received the report of the 'committee appointed upon the subject of the Psalms and Hymns, and having inspected the selection made by the Rev. Professor Livingston, agreeably to the request of the General Synod in their last session, do express their high satisfaction and decided approbation of the same. It is therefore resolved, That this selection be forthwith published and introduced into public worship in all our Churches. And the General Synod recommend the same to all families and individuals within their communion, to be adopted instead of the book which has hitherto been in use. It is further resolved, that the Catechism, Articles of Faith, and what has formerly been published with the book of Psalms and Hymns, be also added to the new edition ;-and that the copyright of the book be secured for the express and sole benefit of such students as may attend our theological lectures, and may need pecuniary assistance.
Resolved, That the Rev. Dr. Livingston be requested to superintend the publication of the first Edition of the new Psalm Book, and when published that he affis his name hereto.
TO FIND ANY PSALM, OR PART OF A PSALM, BY THE
Ch, and Psalmi ad tha as and
Page LMIGHTY ruler of the skies 22 Fools in their hearts believe, &c. 28 Almighty God, appear and save 26 Far as thy name is known
87 Are sioners now so senseless growo 29 From foes that round us rise 104 Arise, my gracious God
32 Father, I sing thy wondrous grace 119
87 All ye that love the Lord, rejoice 256 God counts the sorrows, &c. 101 B
Great God, indulge my, &c. 108 Behold! the lofty sky
39 Great God, attend to my, &c. 109 Behold! the morning sun 40 God of iny childhood, &c.
122 Blest is the man, for ever blest 60 Great God, whose universal sway 123 Blest is the nation where the Lord 62 God, my supporter, and my hope 126 Behold the love, the gen'rous love 67 Great Shepherd of thine Israel 136 Behold the blest Redeemer comes 76 GreațGod attend, while Zion sings 141 Blest is the man whose bowels move 78 God in his earthly temple lays 145 Behold! O God, what cruel foes 135 God,from his cloudy cistern, pours 176 Blest are the souls that hear, &c. 151 Give thanks to God, &c. 180 Before Jehovah's awful throne 168 God of eternal love
How long, eternal God, how long 128 David rejoic'd in God, his strength 45 How awful is thy chast'hing rod 132 Deep in our hearts let us record 117 How pleasant, how divinely fair 140 E
Hear what the Lord in vision said 151 Early, my God, without delay 107 He, that hath made his refugeGod 156 Exalt the Lord our God 167] He reigns; the Lord, &c. 164
Page Hear me, O God, nor hide thy face 171 Lord, 'tis a pleasant thing, &c. 159 Happy is he that fears the Lord 193 Let Zion in her sons rejoice 172 How shall the young secare, &c. 204 Lord, thou hast heard thy, &c. 199 How did my heart rejoice to hear 220 Lord, I esteem thy judgments, &c. 205 Had not the Lord, may Israel say 221 Let all the heathen writers join 206 Happy the city, where their sons 246 Lord, I have made thy word, &c. 207 1
Lo! 'what an entertaining sight 229 In anger, Lord, rebuke me not 19 Lord, in those dark and, &c. 236 I love the volume of thy word 42 Lord, when I count thy, &c. 241 In thee, great God, with songs, &c. 44 Lord, what is man, poor, &c. 246 I lift my soul to God
50 Let ev'ry tongue thy mercy speak 248 I will extol thee, Lord, on high 57 Let Zion praise the mighty God 252 Into thy hand, O God of truth 58 Loud hallelujahs to the Lord 255 I waited patient for the Lord
M In Judah, God of old was known 130 My God, the tempter would, &c. 16 It is the Lord, our Saviour's hand 173 My trust is in my heav'nly friend 20 I love the Lord; he heard, &c. 197 My refuge is the God of love 25 If God succeed not, all the cost 224 My God, my God, why hast, &c. 46 Is there ambition in my heart 227 Mine eyes and my desire
52 I love thy kingdom, Lord, 237 My heart rejoices in thy name I'll praise my Maker with, &c. 250 My God, the steps of pious men
71 In Zion's sacred gates
257 My spirit sinks within me, Lord 79 J
My God, defend my cause 80 Just are thy ways, and true, &c. 36 My God, preserve my soul
98 Jesus, my Lord, doth condescend 48 My God, in whom are all, &c. 102 Jesus my Shepherd lives
49 My soul of thy protection gure 106 Judge me, O Lord, and prove &c. 53 My spirit looks on God alone 107 Judges, who rule the world, &c. 103 My God, permit my tongue 109 Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 124 My God, my everlasting hope Jesus, my God, my all in all 144 My Saviour, my Almighty friend 121 Jehovah reigns : He dwells, &c. 159 My never ceasing songs shall, &c. 149 Joy to tbe world; the Lord, &c. 166 Mercy and judginent are my song 169 Jesus, our Lord, ascend thy, &c. 191 My soul, repeat his praise 175 Jesus the Priest ascends the, &c. 19- My soul, thy great Creator praise 176 K
My God, consider my distress 210 keep me from fainting, &c. 215 My soul lies cleaving to the dust 213 L
My God, what inward grief I feel 241 Lord, thou wilt hear me, &c. 17 My God, while impious men 242 Lord, in the morning thou, &c. 18 My God, accept my early vows 243 Lord, what was man, when, &c. 21 My righteous Judge, &c. 245 Lord, when iniquities abound 27 My God, my King, &c.
247 Lord, I am thine ; but thou, &c. 33
N bord, thou hast form'd my,
35 Now, saith the Spirit of the Lord 15 Lord, I will bless thee all my days 64 Now may the God of pow'r, &c. 43 Lord, we have heard thy, &c. 81 Now let our mournful songs record 47 let Sion in her King rejoice 85 Now plead my cause, &c.
66 Lord, I am vile, conceiv'd in sin 94 Now be my heart inspir'd to sing 83 Let sinners take their course 100 Now shall my solemn vows, &c. 113 Lord, thou hast scourg'd our, &c. 10. Not to ourselves, who are, &c. 196 let God arise in all his might 113
0 Lord, when thou did'st, &c. 114 O Lord, how many are my foes 15 Let children hear the nighty, &c. 133 O God of grace and righteousness 17 Lord, thou hast planted, &c. 137 O Lord, our heav'ply King 21 Lord, when thy vine in, &c. ibid Our rulers, Lord, with songs, &c. 44 Lord of the world above
141|O God of grace, my cry attend 55 Lord, thou hast call'd thy, &c. 143 O Lord, thy mercy, my sure hope 68 Lord, in a day of pow'r divine 148 |O for a shout of sacred joy Lord, if thine eyes survey, &c. 154|0 thou, that hear'st when, &c. 95