Beautiful Songs for Sunday Schools

Editor: S. W. Straub
Publisher: S. W. Straub & Co., Chicago, Ill., 1887
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d1A brighter day is drawing near, the dark shall
d2A little band, we are singing today
d3Action, action, action is the word today
d4Again we've heard the blessed word
d5Alone with Jesus, I would be
d6Another six days' work is done
d7Another year has passed away since last we met
d8Another year is dawning
d9Anything for Jesus, anything to do
d10Are you walking with the Savior, In the true
d11Arise and labor for the good
d12As flows the river, calm and deep
d13At the door of my tent I am sitting
d14Be brave little soldiers
d15Beautiful city of Zion, built on the hills of light
d16Beautiful star of Bethlehem, shine
d17Blessed Jesus, guide us by thy council
d18Brave Christian soldiers, gallantly marching
d19Bring forth the banner of our Prince
d20Bring in the children, O, bring them all in
d21Bring we the blossoms of springtime
d22Call it not unwelcome duty
d23Call them in, the poor, the wretched
d24Can a little child like me
d25Canst thou count the stars that twinkle
d26Cast thy bread upon the waters 'Twill return
d27Cheerfully gladly we're marching along
d28Chime on, sweet bells of Easter
d29Christ for all the world, his love
d30Closer, still closer, my Savior, to thee
d31Come all who love the Lord iondeed
d32Come and join us today, don't linger
d33Come, freely join our number
d34Come march, march today
d35Come unto me, the Savior said
d36Dear Lord, I come to thee, Thy face I long to see
d37Every one is sowing
d38Far distant from my Father's house
d39Father, bend thine ear and hear me
d40Father, in thy golden kingdom
d41Fear not sailor, fear not the darkness
d42Firmly, ever firmly, stand by your post
d43Full many, many years have passed
d44Gather sunshine as you go
d45Gather the sheaves, the precious sheaves
d46God bless the little children, God bless
d47God make [made] my life a little light within the world
d48God sees the little sparrow fall
d49God sends the sunshine and the rain
d50Hail, gracious morn whose light
d51Happy in God's sunlight
d52Hark, the Sabbath bells are pealing Rapture o'er my soul
d53Harvester, harvester, gather thy sheaves
d54Have you listened to the story sweet and old
d55He rose, the blessed Jesus
d56He saw the wheat fields waiting
d57Hear the heavenly Father calling
d58Heaven is the Christian's fatherland
d59Help to bear each other's burdens
d60Help us, mid life's wild waves to shine
d61Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d62How cheerful should we children be
d63I am a little gleaner among the harvests
d64I know that my Redeemer lives, I feel the comfort
d65I love to see the beauteous flowers
d66I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
d67I will not go doubting along my life's way
d68If hearts, grown faint and weary
d69I'll go to Jesus, learn of him
d70In the shelter of the rock, Jesus hide me
d71I've enlisted in the ranks
d72Jesus has promised a home bright and fair
d73Jesus, I would come to thee
d74Jesus now I come to thee, O save me
d75Jesus says, come follow me
d76Just beside the river angels wait
d77Kind words and sweet smiles are the roses
d78Labor faithful in the vineyard
d79Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d80Leave God to order all thy ways
d81Let us sing of Jesus' love
d82Lift up the standard now for the Savior
d83List to the song, beautiful song, God is love, God is love
d84Little hearts from thee may wander
d85Longingly my heart oft wanders
d86More like Jesus I would be, Clothed
d87My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d88Nearer to thy heart of love
d89Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascending
d90O beautiful, beautiful flowers
d91O how sweet is the song
d92O joy to earth, the Priince of peace
d93O mourn not for friends who have reached the bright shore, earth's sickness and sorrow can reach them no more
d94O my Father, rough and steep
d95O soul, look up and thou shalt see
d96O worship him, the Lord of all
d97O'er the hill [hills] the sun is setting
d98One sweet [bright] flower has drooped and faded
d99Onward Christian, ever onward
d100Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross

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