Anniversary and Sabbath School Hymns; or The Child's Sunday School Music Book

Editor: G. S. Scofield
Publisher: American Sunday School Union, New York, N.Y., 1861
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d1A song, a song of gladness
d2Afflictions, though they seem severe
d3All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d4Arise, arise, with joy survey
d5Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d6Be kind to thy father, for now he is old
d7Behold the Master now is calling
d8Book of grace, and book of glory
d9Children, come, will you come
d10Children of Jerusalem sang the praise
d11Come and sing with joy and gladness
d12Come at the sound of the Sabbath bell
d13Come, children, come, God bids you come
d14Come, join the festive [our festal] song
d15Come, let us sing of Jesus, While hearts and accents blend
d16Come, let us sweetly sing, join in full chorus
d17Come with us today, O come
d18Come, ye children, and adore him, Lord of all, he reigns above
d19Dark night away hath rolled
d20Days and weeks, and months, returning
d21Dear Father, e're we part, Now [O] let thy grace
d22Dear Jesus ever at my side, How loving must
d23Father, hear, to thee we raise
d24Gladly, brothers, gladly Wake the joyous strain
d25Happy, happy, meet we here
d26Hark, the bells of holy Sabbath
d27Hast thou heard of that wonderful Jesus
d28Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing while thy praise
d29Here o'er the earth as a stranger I roam
d30Here we meet to part again
d31Here we suffer grief and pain; Here we meet to part again
d32Here we throng to praise the Lord
d33Holy Bible, well I love thee
d34How beauteous are their [his] feet
d35How pleasant here again to meet
d36How pleasant thus to dwell below
d37How sweet is the Sabbath to me
d38I am wretched, poor and needy
d39I have a Father in the promised land
d40I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d41I want to be an angel, and with the angels stand
d42I want to be like Jesus, So lowly and so meek
d43I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d44I'll awake at dawn on the Sabbath day
d45I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d46In the far better land of glory and light
d47Jesus, thou art the sinner's friend
d48Joyfully, joyfully, onward I [we] move
d49Let every heart rejoice and sing, Let choral anthems
d50Let the children come to me
d51Like mist on the mountain
d52Little child, do you love Jesus
d53Little children, can you tell
d54Little drops of water, little grains of sand
d55Lord, hear our song, while we swell thy praise
d56My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d57My days are gliding swiftly by
d58My drink shall be the flowing fountain
d59Now be the gospel banner
d60Now we raise our tuneful voices in a new melodious
d61O come, children, come, to the Savior today
d62O come, let us sing, our youthful hearts
d63O come, while Spring rejoices
d64O do not be discouraged, For Jesus is your friend
d65O God, to thy promise our hrearts humbly cling
d66O Jesus, delight of my soul My Savior, my Shepherd divine
d67O Lord, let our songs find acceptance
d68O send forth the Bible
d69O there is a river whose fresh waters flow
d70O we love to come to our Sabbath home
d71On a hill stands a beautiful tree
d72Once again with animation, In this pleasing month of May
d73Once was heard the songs of children
d74Our loving Redeemer, we trust in thy word
d75Praise to God, the great Creator, Bounteous
d76Precious Savior of salvation
d77Preserved by thine almighty power
d78Rouse ye at the Savior's call
d79Shout, shout, shout, the tidings of salvation
d80Sing, O sing the song of gladness
d81Sweet day of rest, for thee I [I'd} wait
d82Sweetly the Sabbath bell steals on the air
d83Take my heart, O Father, take it
d84The Author of salvation
d85The Bible, the Bible, More precious than gold
d86The master Builder calleth his workmen
d87The Sabbath school's a place for prayer
d88The Sunday school army has gathered once more
d89The Sunday school how dear to me
d90There is a Friend we ought to love
d91There is a glorious world of light
d92There is a happy land, Far, [not] far away
d93There is no name so sweet on earth, No name so sweet in heaven
d94There's a Friend above all others, O how he loves
d95This life is but a summer's day
d96This vast assembly now convened
d97To do to others as I would that they should do to me
d98Today we come with singing
d99We come, we come, in joyous train
d100We come, we come, with loud acclaim

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