A Book of Hymns and Tunes: for the Sunday-School, the Congregation and Home: 2nd ed.

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101How happy is he born and [or] taughtPage Scan
102Alas for him who lives in vainPage Scan
103Come holy children, risePage Scan
104God of the earnest heartPage Scan
105Go forth to life, O child of earthPage Scan
106Supreme and universal lightPage Scan
107Tell me not, in mournful numbersPage Scan
108All around us, fair with flowersPage Scan
109Life is not a fleeting shadowPage Scan
110Father, hear the prayer we offerPage Scan
111Day is breaking, earth is waking Darkness from the hills is gonePage Scan
112We are living, we are dwelling In a grand and awful timePage Scan
113Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascendingPage Scan
114From heaven above to earth I comePage Scan
115In fair green fields of PalestinePage Scan
116The Child of Nazareth grew upPage Scan
117Blessing [blessings] on thee, gracious LordPage Scan
118Come, saith [said] [says] Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
119How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
120My dear Redeemer, and my LordPage Scan
121When long the soul had slept in chainsPage Scan
122When in our hearts rise angry thoughtsPage Scan
123On the dark wave of GalileePage Scan
124A voice upon the midnight airPage Scan
125In the Savior's hour of deathPage Scan
126Mary sat at Jesus' feetPage Scan
127O thou great Friend to all the sons of menPage Scan
128O he whom Jesus loved has truly spokenPage Scan
129Blest land of Judea, thrice hallowed in [of] songPage Scan
130New every morning is the lovePage Scan
131Up to the throne of God is bornePage Scan
132O come, the morning shinethPage Scan
133Now gathered here at morningPage Scan
134In the morning I will pray For God's blessingPage Scan
135While the stars unnumbered rollPage Scan
136Glory to thee, my [our] God [O Lord], this night [day]Page Scan
137Another fleeting day is gonePage Scan
138Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
139Now, from many a floweret fairPage Scan
140Father, by thy love and powerPage Scan
141Part in peace with deep thanksgivingPage Scan
142When warmer suns and bluer skiesPage Scan
143How glad the tone when summer's sunPage Scan
144O Lord of seasons, unto TheePage Scan
145'Tis winter now, the fallen [gleaming] snowPage Scan
146God of the changing year, whose arm of powerPage Scan
147I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of oldPage Scan
148Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
149See the Lord, thy Keeper [Helper], standPage Scan
150Great Source of unexhausted goodPage Scan
151Great God, thy face I cannot seePage Scan
152O worship the Lord, all glorious aboveLYONSPage Scan
153The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I knowPage Scan
154Child amid [amidst] the flowers at playPage Scan
155Thanks for mercies past, receive pardonPage Scan
156As the sun's enlivening eyePage Scan
157Father, now to thee we raisePage Scan
158Thou art, O God, the life and lightPage Scan
159As every day, thy mercy sparesPage Scan
160O thou that hearest prayerPage Scan
161Now send thy spirit downPage Scan
162The breaking waves dashed highPage Scan
163God is in his holy temple, Thoughts of earth, be silent nowPage Scan
164Love divine, all loves [love] excellingPage Scan
165Peace of God, which knows no measurePage Scan
166What if the little rain drop should sayPage Scan
167How doth the little busy bee Improve each shining hourPage Scan
168Little drops of waterPage Scan
169Pluck the rose while bloomingPage Scan
170See the morning sunbeamsPage Scan
171Our Father, we thank thee for sleepPage Scan
172Come, join the noble armyPage Scan
173God bless our native land, Firm may shePage Scan
174Gone are those [the] great and goodPage Scan
175Another year is givenPage Scan
176Now let our lips unitePage Scan
177The sweet June days are [have] come againPage Scan
178Now one last song, and then we partPage Scan
179Now to our loving Father GodPage Scan
180Approach not the altarPage Scan
181I thank my God, who through the nightPage Scan
182God is my friend, I need not fearPage Scan
183I used to think that yonder skyPage Scan
184Holy Father, thou hast taught me [us]Page Scan
185Shall this life of mine be wastedPage Scan
186The bud will soon become a flowerPage Scan
187Felix trembled, long agoPage Scan
188This is the first and great commandPage Scan
189Who is thy neighbor, he whom thouPage Scan
190Ho ye that rest beneath the rockPage Scan
191Have faith in man, thy brotherPage Scan
192Children, whom a mother's eyePage Scan
193Calm on the bosom of thy GodPage Scan
194Another hand is beckoning usPage Scan
195Thou art gone before us, brotherPage Scan
196Like shadows gliding o'er the plainPage Scan
197Thou who hast called our being herePage Scan
198The wild flower drinks the morning dew and greets the breezes freePage Scan
199O thou who sendest sun and rainPage Scan
200Now praise and thanks from all be givenPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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