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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

I. INTRODUCTION AND CLOSE OF WORSHIP.
For the introduction of worship, 1 to 20. For the Christian Sab-
bath, 21 to 28. For the close of worship, 29 to 34.

II. MORNING AND EVENING HYMNS.
For the morning, 35 to 45. Morning or evening, 46 to 50. Even
ing, 51 to 58.

III. GENERAL PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING.
Presence of God invoked, 59. Praise to the only true God, 60.
Thanksgiving and holiness, 62. God adored in his works, 61, 63.
Universal praise, 64 to 80. Praise due from men, 81, 82. Te Deum,
83. Praise to the Lord of nature, 84, 85. Praise for preserving
grace, 86. Glory in the highest, 87.

IV. ATTRIBUTES AND PROVIDENCE OF GOD.
Existence of God, 88. God incomprehensible, 89, 98. Unity of
God, 90, 91. Greatness, power and sovereignty of God, 92 to 97.
God invisible, 99. Eternity and immutability of God, 100 to 105.
Omnipresence and omniscience of God, 106 to 111. Goodness, mercy
and compassion of God, 112 to 127. Holiness of God, 128 to 130.
Faithfulness of God, 131, 132. Attributes of God our confidence,
133. Perfections and providence of God, 134 to 136. Providence
and grace unsearchable, 137. Mercies of God our trust, 138 to 142.
Mysteries of Providence, 143. Care of Providence, 144 10 146.
Providence in our afflictions, 147 to 152. Blessing of God always
needful, 153 to 155. God our shepherd, 156 to 163. The constant
help of Providence, 164 to 171. Distinguished goodness of Provi-
dence to man, 172. Divine protection and retribution, 173 to 181.

V. THE SCRIPTURES.
The books of nature and scripture, 182, 183. Excellence and
power of God's word, 184 to 194. Divine instruction implored, 191,
192. Searching the scriptures, 195. Light of the world, 196, 198.
Prophecy and inspiration, 197. Heavenly bread, 199. Divine teach-
ings, 200, 201. Seed of the word, 202, 203. Supplication for a
blessing on the word, 204.

VI. CHRIST AND CHRISTIANITY.
Message of John the Baptist, 205, 206. Christ's coming, 207 to
212. Christ's nativity, 213 to 216. Christ's manifestation to the
Gentiles, 217 to 225. Christ the Sun of Righteousness, 226. Suf-
ferings and death of Christ, 227 to 231. Resurrection of Christ,
232 to 236. Death, resurrection and ascension of Christ, 237, 238.
Christ's miracles, 239. Precepts and example of Christ, 240 to 246.
Christ's invitations, 247 to 249. Glorying in Jesus, 250, 251. Com-
ing and influences of the holy Spirit, 252 to 254. Gospel invitations,
255. Character and success of the gospel, 256 to 265. Christian
pilgrims, 266. Songs of the Redeemed, 267. Communion of saints,
268. Final acceptance of the righteous, 269.

VII. THE CHRISTIAN Life.
Christian life, race and warfare, 270 to 274. Christian riches,
275, 276. Christian wisdom, 277 to 281. Christian watchfulness
and activity, 282 to 286. Virtue imperishable, 287. Safety and
happiness of obedience and a good conscience, 288 to 298. The
Christian Israel, 299. Resolution and example, 300. Co and
fortitude, 301 to 307. Christian ambition, 303. Sincerity and self-
examination, 308, 309. Steadiness of principle, 310. Charitable
judgment, 311. Moderation, 312. Peace and love, 313 to 315.
Christian unity, 316, 317. Communion with God and Christ, 319.
Trust in God and contentment, 320, 321. Holiness and grace, 322.
Dependence and trust, 323, 324. Love to God, obedience, trust and
submission, 325 to 329. Retirement and meditation, 330, 331. Liv-
ing in Christ, 332. Meekness and humility, 333 to 337. Christian
patience, 338. Liberality and charity, 339, 340. Zeal, 341. Faith
and works, 342 to 348.

VIII. CONFESSION AND PENITENCE.
Sins confessed and mourned, 349. Incorstancy lamented, 350.
Human frailty, 351. Seeking forgiveness and a clean heart, 352 to
356. Seeking divine aid, 357. Amidst temptation, 358. Hope re-
viving, 359. Seeking grace and refuge, 360, 361. Preparation of
heart, 362, 363. Return and pardon, 364 to 372. Freedom from sin
in heaven, 373.

IX. Devout ASPIRATIONS AND AFFECTIONS.
The Lord's prayer, 374, 375. Habitual devotion, 376. Seeking
the Divine presence, influence and light, 377 to 389. Faith in Divino

grace and power, 390. Living wholly to God, 391 to 393. Breath-
ing after holiness, 394. Lord, remember me, 395. Seeking God for
our guardian, 396. Seeking the knowledge of God, 397. Joy in
God's presence, 398. God our eternal portion, 399. Praising God
in all changes, 400, 401. The soul panting for God, 402, 403. Seek.
ing help and direction from God, 404 to 408. For a holy life, 409.
Living waters, 410, 411. Subjection to God, 412. Bread of life,
413. Holy desires, 414. Living to God's glory, 415, 416. Thy
kingdom come, 417. Submission and resignation, 418 to 421. Safety
in God, 422. Hope and comfort in trouble, 423, 424. Peace and
deliverance, 425 to 427. Fervent gratitude, 428, 429. Living with
God, 430. Heavenly aspirations and joys, 431 to 433. The saint's

rest, 434.

X. LIFE, DEATH AND FUTURITY.
Redeeming time, 435. Journey of life, 436 to 439. Uncertainty
of life, 440. Heaven and earth, 441. Our life in the charge of God,
442. Following the pious dead, 443. Frailty and vanity of mortal
life, 444 to 450. Death a blessing to the righteous, 451. Triumph-
ing over death, 452 to 454. Support in affliction and death, 455 to
458. God the everlasting light, 459. The young cut off like flow-
ers, 460. Comfort on the death of friends, 461, 462. The pious
dead are blessed, 463 to 466. Looking homeward, 467, 468. Prep-
aration for heaven, 469. Immortal joys, 470. Reunion of friends,
471. Heavenly Jerusalem, 472. Holiness and happiness of heaven,
473 to 477. Judgment and eternity, 478 to 484.

XI. MISCELLANEOUS.
Early religion, 485 to 488. For Sunday Schools, 489. Daily and
nightly devotion, 490. For a blessing with food, 491. Seasons of
the year, 492 to 494. Rain 495 to 497. For travellers, 498. For
mariners, 499 to 501. Missionaries, 502, 503. Restoration of Is-
rael, 504. In time of trial, 505. In times of distress and danger, 506.
In times of scarcity, 507. Comfort in sickness and death, 508.
Formation and dignity of man, 509, 510. Old age anticipated, 511.
Memory of the past, 512. At parting, 513, 514. Death of an in-
fant, 515. The Saints in glory, 516.

XII. OCCASIONAL.
Hymns for communion, 517 to 523. Baptismal Hymns, 524 to
526. On leaving an ancient church, 527. On laying the foundation

stone of a church, 528. Dedication hymns, 529 to 533. Ordination
hymns, 534, 535. For a meeting of ministers, 536. For a charitable
occasion, 537. Hymns for a new year, 538 to 546. For the opening
or closing year, 542, 546. Close of the year, 547. Autumn warn-
ings, 548. Thanks for the harvest, 549. For return of health, 550.
Thanksgiving for national prosperity, 551. For national peace, 552.
In time of war, 553, 554. Remembrance of our fathers, 555. Pub-
lic humiliation, 556. For Saturday evening, 557. Death of minis-
ters, 558, 559. Funeral hymn, 560.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS

TO THE SUPPLEMENTARY HYMNS.

INTRODUCTION AND CLOSE OF WORSHIP.
Going to church, 561. Psalm before prayer, 566. Blessing of the
Lord's day, 567. Close, 609. Supplication, 610, 612, 613, 615, 616.
Introductory morning, 611 to 616. Introductory evening, 705 to 711.
Close of worship, 711 to 726.

MORNING AND EVENING HYMNS.
Morning, 611 to 614. Evening, 705 to 712. Social evening meet-
ings, 705 to 710.

ATTRIBUTES AND PROVIDENCE OF GOD.
Grateful and humble Praise, 564. The greatness of God, 565.
Before Prayer, 566. God everywhere, 618. The love of God, 620.
God our Father, 621. God's Providence and Redemption, 622.

THE SCRIPTURES.
Light from the Scriptures, 623, 624. Progress of Gospel truth,
625. Truth, 626. Constant use of God's Word, 572.

CHRIST AND CHRISTIANITY.
The Saviour's mission, 630, 631. Love to Christ, 632, 634. The
poor way-faring man, 635. The love of Jesus, 636. Christ's death,
637. Christian pilgrim, 638. Christ glorified, 639. The cross of
Christ, 640. The Resurrection, 576, 641, 642. Reflections on
Christ's death, 643. Abide with us, 577. Salvation by Christ, 578.

Remembering Christ, 644. Rejoicing in Christ, 656. The way and the truth, 657. Jesus our Leader, 658. Following Christ, 659. Ark of safety, 661. The hope and the star, 662. Christ and the, church, 702. The church our delight and safety, 562.

CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE AND CHARACTER. For a holy heart, 660. Joyful hope, 663. Swiftness of time, 664. Giving an account, 665. The one thing needful, 666. Pardon, 667. The returning Penitent, 668. Finding rest in Christ, 669. Steadfastness and watchfulness, 670. Desiring to love God, 671. Walking in the light, 672. The Kingdom of God within, 673. He that walketh uprightly walketh surely, 674. The Christian, 675. Holy fortitude, 690.

Devout ASPIRATIONS AND AFFECTIONS. The soul panting for God, 569. Seeking aid from God, 570. The Universal Prayer, 571. What is prayer, 594. Trust in God, 575. Prayer, 599. Walking with God, 607.

THE LORD'S SUPPER. Communion, from 643 to 660.

LIFE, DEATH AND FUTURITY. Sick bed devotion, 580. Man's mortality and God's eternity, 582. Dying Christian to his soul, 585. Funeral Hymn, 602, 603. Peacemakers God's children, 605. Death of kindred improved, 606. Last day, 604. Victory over death, 608. Blessed are they that mourn, 677. In sickness, 678. Light in darkness, 679. God oor comfort, 680. Tribulation, 681. Resignation, 682. Heaven, 683. Peaceful death, 684. Death of children, 693 to 695. Blessedness of the pious dead, 685. The redeemed in Heaven, 687. Reunion, 688.

MISCELLANEOUS. Hope of the aged, 584. Prayer for prisoners, 583. Morning, 586. Night at sea, 587. Midnight, 588. Hymns for children, 589, 590, 591, 592 and 593. Sea-shore, 600. Sleep, 601.

OCCASIONAL. Christmas hymn, 573, 574. Marriage hymn, 597. Domestic worship, 595. Religious education of the young, 596, 598.

Baptism, 691. The blessing of schools, 692. Death of children, 693 to 695. The God of our Fathers, 696. Christian teachers, 697. Progress of Freedom, 698. Christian charity, 699. Active benev. olence, 700. For a religious festival, 701. Dedication hymn, 703. Ordination hymn, 704.

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