A Collection of Familiar and Original Hymns and Tunes

Editor: Ursula N. Gestefeld
Publisher: Ursula Gestefeld, Central Music Hall, Chicago, Ill., 1899
Denomination: Divine Science
Language: English
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d1Abide not in the realm of dreams
d2All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice
d3All things beautiful and fair
d4All unseen the Spirit walketh
d5Almighty Spirit, we confess thee God
d6Arise, O man, arise
d7As from the bud the rose unfolds
d8As the vast ocean's quiet depths
d9Awake, O man, stretch every nerve
d10Begin my tongue the lofty theme
d11Behold how in the Friend of man
d12Being of beings, God of love
d13Beside the well at daybreak I hear a sweet voice say
d14Brother, sister, hither come
d15Children, we are in God's presence
d16City of God, how broad and far [fair]
d17Come Holy Spirit, God and Lord Be all Thy graces now outpoured
d18Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powers
d19Come unto me [him], when shadows darkly gather
d20Come, ye unreconciled, no longer languish
d21Day by day the manna fell
d22Depth of Goodness, can there be
d23Father, I my cross have taken
d24Forever with the Lord [our God], amen, so let it be
d25From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d26From every stormy wind [sense] that blows
d27Glorious things of thee are spoken
d28Glory be to God above
d29God is good, These words recalled us
d30God is love, this knowledge brightens
d31God is omnipotence divine
d32God seeks not praise from high and low
d33God, thou almighty King, Thy power alone we sing
d34God, whose almighty word
d35Goodness is thine armor
d36Hear the word the Lord God spake
d37Holy Spirit, truth divine, Dawn upon this soul of mine
d38How precious is the book divine
d39I am a soldier of the truth
d40I am the Bread of life
d41I am the Way that leadeth to God
d42I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest
d43In thee, O God, we do abide
d44Jesus, teacher of the truth
d45Jesus, the very thought is sweet
d46Joy to the world, the Truth is come
d47Know thou the truth, the glorious truth
d48Let all thy thoughts be pure and true
d49Love divine, all loves [love] excelling
d50Majestic sweetness sits enthroned upon the Savior's brow
d51Memory breaks upon the tomb
d52Morning red, morning red, Now [swift] the shadows all are fled
d53Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d54Never man so spake as me
d55Not all the blood of beast [beasts], On Jewish altars
d56Now is the accepted time
d57Now let our daily lives express
d58O all ye lands, rejoice in God
d59O Christ, the very thought of thee
d60O for a thousand tongues to sing the truth's redeeming power
d61O, for words that could express
d62O, God, man's help in ages past
d63O God, thou dost mankind inspire
d64O Holy Spirit thou
d65O joyous day, when I perceived
d66O realm of rest and gladness
d67O sacred truth to all men given
d68O sole Redeemer; living Truth
d69O voice of Truth
d70O worship the God that's infinite Love
d71Oft in the din and noise
d72On the mountain [mountain's] top appearing
d73On the outskirts of the city
d74Once more the morning breaks
d75One prayer I have, all prayers in one
d76Onward, Christian soldier, truth has come to stay
d77Our Father never faileth
d78Our God is good, in earth and sky
d79Our God shall reign where'er the sun
d80Praise to thee, thou [our] great creator
d81Prince of peace control my will
d82Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d83See the truth, thy keeper, stand
d84Shall hymns of grateful love
d85Should Jesus bear the cross alone
d86Sing of truth, O sing forever
d87Soldiers of the truth, arise
d88Spirit who did fashion me
d89Spirit whose dwelling is infinite light
d90Still, still with thee, when purple morning breaketh
d91Sweet hope in God, so free from care
d92Sweet it is to lean on God
d93Thanks be to God, thanks be to God
d94The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d95The truth is brightly gleaming
d96The truth is my keeper no want shall I know
d97The truth my stronghold is
d98The truth shall reign where'er the sun
d99There is a book who runs [that all] may read
d100There is a fountain filled with life

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