A First Book in Hymns and Worship

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Editor: Edith Lovell Thomas
Publisher: Abingdon Press, New York, 1922
Language: English
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1This is God's house, and he is here today[This is God's house, and he is here today]Page Scan
2The Lord is in his holy temple[The Lord is in his holy temple]TextPage Scan
3O come and let us worshipPage Scan
4Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts![Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Hosts!]Page Scan
5All the beauty out of doors[All the beauty out of doors]Page Scan
6The Lord is ever near[The Lord is ever near]Page Scan
7There's not a tint that paints the roseGREEN HILLPage Scan
8Good night! Good night![Good night! Good night!]Page Scan
9I hear God's whisper in the windPage Scan
10In the early morning, dark shadows stay[In the early morning, dark shadows stay]Page Scan
11Father, now we thank theePage Scan
12When I run about all day[When I run about all day]Page Scan
13God made the birds and flowersMONSELLPage Scan
14This is my Father's world, the birdsPURLEIGHPage Scan
15Can a little child like me[Can a little child like me]Page Scan
16In the morning, when I wakeHERVEY'S LITANYPage Scan
17Lord, this day children meetSEYMOURPage Scan
18We plough the fields and scatterDRESDENPage Scan
19We thank thee, O our FatherPage Scan
20For the beauty of the earthDIXPage Scan
21Dear father of us allSWABIAPage Scan
22Tell me the stories of Jesus[Tell me the stories of Jesus, I love to hear]Page Scan
23Jesus, our Savior, said[Jesus, our Savior, said]Page Scan
24Out on the Sea of Galilee[Out on the Sea of Galilee]Page Scan
25Jesus, tender shepherd, hear usSARDISPage Scan
26Jesus loves the little children[Jesus loves the little children]Page Scan
27I think, when I read that sweet story of oldSWEET STORYPage Scan
28As we truly worshipST. HILLPage Scan
29Father, bless the gifts we bring thee[Father, bless the gifts we bring thee]Page Scan
30Take this offering, dear FatherPage Scan
31Our heavenly Father, thee we praise[Our heavenly Father, thee we praise]Page Scan
32Jesus, gentle Shepherd, once[Jesus, gentle Shepherd, once]Page Scan
33Father, we thank thee for the night[Father, we thank thee [you] for the night]Page Scan
34Heavenly Father, gladly we come[Heavenly Father, gladly we come]Page Scan
35When you unfold the red, red rose[When you unfold the red, red rose]Page Scan
36Now the day is overMERRIALPage Scan
37For all the good things which this day has bro't usFLEMMINGPage Scan
38I'm very glad the spring has come[I'm very glad the spring has come]Page Scan
39The earth all winter sleeping liesELMPage Scan
40When o'er earth is breakingPage Scan
41Fair are the meadows[Fair are the meadows, Fairer still the woodlands]Page Scan
42All the happy children gladly join our songHERMASPage Scan
43The beautiful bright sunshineSUNSHINEPage Scan
44All things bright and beautifulSPOHRTextPage Scan
45Over the ground is a mat of green[Over the ground is a mat of green]Page Scan
46The birds are flying southward[The birds are flying southward]Page Scan
47One, two, three pretty leaves[One, two, three pretty leaves]Page Scan
48Boys and girls, welcome to you allPage Scan
49The radio comes down from heavenVENIPage Scan
50When the winter winds do blowSPANISH HYMNPage Scan
51Little lambs so white and fair[Little lambs so white and fair]Page Scan
52Day is gone, night is come[Day is gone, night is come]Page Scan
53Creeping here, creeping therePage Scan
54Blow gently, winds blow[Blow gently, winds blow]Page Scan
55High in the elm treePage Scan
56Happy birds are flying[Happy birds are flying]Page Scan
57In the maple tree branches[In the maple tree branches]Page Scan
58I climb the highest point of land[I climb the highest point of land]Page Scan
59If all were rain and never sun[If all were rain and never sun]Page Scan
60Yellow flowers are cheerfulest[Yellow flowers are cheerfulest]Page Scan
61Trees are good to have for friends[Trees are good to have for friends]Page Scan
62When mother shut the nursery door[When mother shut the nursery door]Page Scan
63What do the stars do[What do the stars do]Page Scan
64Look up people to the sky[Look up people to the sky]Page Scan
65Our garden is a lovely place[Our garden is a lovely place]Page Scan
66I saw you toss the kites on high[I saw you toss the kites on high]Page Scan
67O mighty wind, aroaring loud[O mighty wind, aroaring loud]Page Scan
68Baby, baby lay your head[Baby, baby lay your head]Page Scan
69In the morning, when I'm called[In the morning, when I'm called]Page Scan
70Listen, dear God, as we now repeat[Listen, dear God, as we now repeat]Page Scan
71Good day, good day, thus spake[Good day, good day, thus spake]Page Scan
72I have a little song to sing[I have a little song to sing]Page Scan
73The dear old woman in the lane[The dear old woman in the lane]Page Scan
74The peach-tree on the southern wall[The peach-tree on the southern wall]Page Scan
75Stern eyes, keen eyes[Stern eyes, keen eyes]Page Scan
76Our dear church was buildedMOOREPage Scan
77On the little Christ-child's Birthday[On the little Christ-child's Birthday]Page Scan
78In a country far away[In a country far away]Page Scan
79Shepherds were watching their sheep[Shepherds were watching their sheep]Page Scan
80Long long ago in Bethlehem[Long long ago in Bethlehem]Page Scan
81A shining star came from afarOAK PARKPage Scan
82Silent night, holy nightSTILLE NACHTPage Scan
83God, make me know that I should give[God, make me know that I should give]Page Scan
84Away in a manger, no crib for a bed[Away in a manger, no crib for a bed]Page Scan
85O tell me, gentle Savior[O tell me, gentle Savior]Page Scan
86Glory, glory, glory to God[Glory, glory, glory to God]Page Scan
87Softly and tenderly over the plain[Softly and tenderly over the plain]Page Scan
88When morning gilds the skiesLAUDES DOMINIPage Scan
89Within a garden fair[Within a garden fair]Page Scan
90All covered with earth[All covered with earth]Page Scan
91Come let us sing[Come let us sing]Page Scan
92Crocus in the grass[Crocus in the grass]Page Scan
93If God clothe the grass, shall he not clothe you?Page Scan
94Hear the joy bells ringing, ringing[Hear the joy bells ringing, ringing]Page Scan
95The pilgrim people long ago[The pilgrim people long ago]Page Scan
96Upon a special Thursday[Upon a special Thursday]Page Scan
97My country, 'tis of theeAMERICAPage Scan
98Out on the breeze, O'er land[Out on the breeze]Page Scan
99Waving, waving our colors[Waving, waving our colors]Page Scan
100For peace and for plenty[For peace and for plenty]Page Scan

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