American Sunday School Psalmody; or, hymns and music, for the use of Sunday-schools and teacher's meetings; with a manual of instruction

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Editor: E. Ives, Jun.
Publisher: American Sunday School Union, Philadelphia, 1832
Language: English
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1Sing, my soul, his wondrous lovePage Scan
2Come, let us join, our Lord to praisePage Scan
3Now I awake to see the light!Page Scan
4Almighty Parent of our racePage Scan
5Love God with all your soul and strengthPage Scan
6May the grace of Christ our SaviorPage Scan
7From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
8How smiling wakes the verdant yearPage Scan
9When brighter suns and milder skiesPage Scan
10My heavenly Father! all I see Page Scan
11Let every creature joinPage Scan
12Awake and sing the songPage Scan
13In this dark world of sin and painPage Scan
14I love to join the joyful playPage Scan
15Come children of Zion, and help us to singPage Scan
16Behold the western evening light!Page Scan
17Thou sweet gliding Kedron, by thy silver streamPage Scan
18Hour beauteous are their feetPage Scan
19O Lord, let our songs find acceptance before theePage Scan
20How sweet in the musing of faith to repairPage Scan
21Return, my wand'ring soul, returnPage Scan
22Now, for a while, aside I'll layPage Scan
23How pleasing is the scene, how sweetPage Scan
24The whole creation can affordPage Scan
25Beset with snares on every handPage Scan
26How sweet to leave the world awhilePage Scan
27Mary to her Savior's tombPage Scan
28Jesus, see a little childPage Scan
29Whither, but to thee, O Lord!Page Scan
30Gently glides the stream of lifePage Scan
31What though worldly friends may frownPage Scan
32Jesus gives us true repentancePage Scan
33Glory to God! the holy angels cryPage Scan
34Religion is the chief concernPage Scan
35Great God, in whom we live and movePage Scan
36See, in the vineyard of the LordPage Scan
37Almighty God! while earth and heav'nPage Scan
38Lord, I would own thy tender carePage Scan
39Now that my life is just begunPage Scan
40Great God! with wonder and with praisePage Scan
41When all thy mercies, O my GodPage Scan
42When children give their hearts to GodPage Scan
43When Jesus left his heavenly thronePage Scan
44High in the shining courts abovePage Scan
45My Father, I thank thee for sleepPage Scan
46When flowers in summer appearPage Scan
47A minute, how soon it is flown!Page Scan
48Soft be the gently breathing notesPage Scan
49I love awhile to steal awayPage Scan
50How happy every child of gracePage Scan
51The grass and flowers which clothe the fieldPage Scan
52Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly DovePage Scan
53When daily I kneel down to prayPage Scan
54O that the Lord would guide my waysPage Scan
55How vain are all things here below!Page Scan
56Nor eye hath seen, nor ear hath heardPage Scan
57And must I part with all I havePage Scan
58How sweet the strong uniting lovePage Scan
59The hoary frost, the fleecy snowPage Scan
60With songs and honors souding loudPage Scan
61While through another rolling yearPage Scan
62O Lord, our Lord, how wondrous greatPage Scan
63Stern winter throws his icy chainsPage Scan
64See how rude winter's icy handPage Scan
65The Lord is good, the heavenly KingPage Scan
66Let all the lands, with shouts of joyPage Scan
67Almighty Father, gracious LordPage Scan
68Great God, my sinful heart controlPage Scan
69Our feeble voices, Lord, we raisePage Scan
70The Savior calls, let ev'ry earPage Scan
71O! could our thoughts and wishes flyPage Scan
72Come, let us now forget our mirthPage Scan
73The Savior comes! what joyful newsPage Scan
74When I can read my title clearPage Scan
75Almighty Father, heavenly King!Page Scan
76How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
77Let us adore the grace that seeksPage Scan
78Let us behold the lamb of GodPage Scan
79How precious is the book divinePage Scan
80Our dearest Savior, Jesus ChristPage Scan
81Our Savior, Jesus, heavenly KingPage Scan
82Great God, to thee my voice I raisePage Scan
83Great God, behold, before thy thronePage Scan
84Assembled in our school once morePage Scan
85This is a precious book indeedPage Scan
86Thus far we're spared again to meetPage Scan
87Come dearest Lord, who reigns abovePage Scan
88Ascend thy throne, almighty KingPage Scan
89Dear Savior, who didst condescendPage Scan
90This day belongs to God alonePage Scan
91Thy works proclaim thy glory, LordPage Scan
92Now condescend, almighty KingPage Scan
93In humble accents, Lord, we singPage Scan
94Great God! with wonder and with praisePage Scan
95And now another day is gonePage Scan
96There is a path that leads to GodPage Scan
97How good and pleasant is the sightPage Scan
98The Savior! oh, what endless charmsPage Scan
99How should our souls delight to blessPage Scan
100Great God! behold a lowly bandPage Scan

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