It seems Drummond mostly wrote on non-spiritual themes, but some poems with Christian content are in his Urania collection.
Maybe you could find your Playford text in this, or via the indexes of other of his publications. I also see that later in the C17 his poems were being published in London, but commentators have doubted that all the contents of these volumes were actually written by Drummond.
One candidate I have spotted in Urania starts:
Great God whom we with humble thoughts adore, Eternal infinite almighty king, Whose palace heaven transends, whose throne before Archangels serve, and seraphims do sing.
Julian's Hymnology seems to confirm that it is William Drummond that we are looking at. There is a surprisingly wide variety of hymnodists and psalmodists represented in The Divine Companion. I... more