Sabbath School and Social Hymns of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the U.S.A.

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Publisher: Board of Managers, General Synod's Sunday School Union, New York, N.Y., 1843
Denomination: (Old Dutch) Reformed Church in America. Reformed P
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d1A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify
d2A debtor to mercy alone
d3A light, our darkened steps to guide
d4A mourning class, a vacant seat
d5Again the Lord of life and light
d6Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d7All the week we spend
d8Almighty Father, God of love, Our supplications hear
d9Almighty Father, heavenly King
d10Almighty God, thy piercing eye
d11Almighty God, while earth and heaven
d12Almighty God, with gracious ear
d13And now another day is gone, I'll sing
d14And will the Lord thus condescend
d15Angels that high in glory dwell
d16Another fleeting year
d17Approach, my soul, the mercy seat
d18As teachers of the young we meet
d19Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d20Assembled in our school once more
d21Author of good, to thee we [I] come [turn]
d22Awake, our souls, away our fears
d23Be it my only wisdom here
d24Behold, the expected time draw [draws] near
d25Bleeding hearts, defiled by sin
d26Blessed Lord, our children take
d27Blessed Savior, thou hast told us [me]
d28Blest are the humble souls that [who] see
d29Broad is the road [stream] that leads to death [wrath]
d30By cool Siloam's shady rill
d31Calmer of the troubled heart
d32Can we believe thy precious word
d33Childhood and youth, how vain they seem
d34Children hear the melting story
d35Children listen to the Lord
d36Children of old hosanna sang
d37Children, to your Creator, God
d38Children, your loud hosannas raise
d39Come, children, hail the Prince of peace
d40Come dearest children, ere we part
d41Come dearest Lord, descend and dwell
d42Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove
d43Come hither, all ye [you] weary souls
d44Come, Holy Spirit, come; Let thy bright beams divine
d45Come, let our voices join in one glad [joyful] song [songs] of praise
d46Come, let us join the hosts above, Now in our youthful days
d47Come, Lord, and warm each languid heart, Inspire each lifeless tongue
d48Come, ye children, and adore him, Lord of all, he reigns above
d49Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d50Dear children have you ever thought That you will come to school in vain
d51Dear Jesus, when shall it be
d52Dear Lord, accept a sinful heart
d53Dear Savior, who didst condescend
d54Death has been here, and borne away A sister [brother] [scholar] from our side
d55Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, Help
d56Earth has detained me prisoner long
d57Encompassed with clouds of distress
d58Encouraged by thy word
d59Eternal Wisdom thee we praise
d60Every bird can build her nest
d61Fain would my soul with wonder trace
d62Far from the utmost verge of day
d63Farewell, dear friends, a long farewell
d64Farewell to thee, brother
d65Father, once more let grateful praise
d66For a season called to part
d67Full many a year has sped
d68Gently, Lord, O gently lead us
d69Glory to the Father give, God, in whom
d70Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]
d71God is my [our] strong salvation
d72God our Father, great Creator
d73God, the Creator, reigns above
d74God's perfect law converts the soul
d75Great God, before thy sacred throne
d76Great God, behold a lowly band
d77Great God, my early vows to thee
d78Great God, my sinful heart control
d79Great God of nations now to thee
d80Great God, thy watchful care we bless
d81Great God, what do I [we] see and hear
d82Great Savior, who didst condescend
d83Happy the child, whose youngest [early] [tender] years
d84Hark, the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn King
d85Hasten to the house of prayer
d86Head of thy [the] church triumphant
d87Hear we [ye] not a voice from heaven
d88Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing on the instructions
d89Heirs of unending life
d90Here, gracious God, beneath thy feet
d91High in the shining courts above
d92Himself he cannot save
d93Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine
d94How calm and beautiful the morn
d95How dreadful, Lord, will be the day When all the tribes of
d96How glorious is our heavenly King
d97How happy those dear children were
d98How kind, in all his works and ways
d99How many hearts in hopeless misery pine
d100How serious is the charge

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