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Children's Hosannas

Editor: W. T. Dale
Publisher: Board of Publication, Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Nashville, Tenn., 1880
Denomination: Cumberland Presbyterian Church
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d1A glorious rest is promised
d2After a journey of toiling
d3Are you staying, safely staying
d4Beautiful land of light, by faith I see
d5Beware of the wine
d6Beyond the narrow stream
d7Consider thou the lilies fair
d8Don't you hear him sweetly calling
d9Each day a little nearer
d10Every day as I journey
d11Far from my home in this strange land
d12From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d13Full oft I've heard this gentle whisper
d14Go tell the wanderer, Go tell the erring
d15God will never leave thee
d16Great God, lift up thy hand
d17Guide me, O my blessed Savior, For I need thee every day
d18Happy Christmas bells are ringing
d19Hark, the voice of love and mercy
d20Hear the little feet
d21Hear the Savior's voice today
d22Hear the voice of Jesus calling, come to me,
d23Help me to come to Jesus
d24High raise your heads
d25Hosanna to the Son of David, the Hebrew children
d26Hosanna we sing to Jesus
d27How pleasant is the sight When children all agree
d28How shall the young secure their hearts
d29How sweet will be the rest
d30I am a little pilgrim
d31I am going to heaven, my home
d32I am nearing the port
d33I am sweeping through the gates
d34I am the Rose of Sharon
d35I am thinking of home, of my Father's house
d36I am waiting for the morning of the blessed day to dawn
d37I am waiting, I am waiting
d38I gave my life for [to] thee
d39I give myself to thee
d40I have a home above the starry skies
d41I have dreamed sweet dreams of a better home
d42I know there's a home for the good that labor here
d43I long to feel my Savior near
d44I love to trust in Jesus, my Savior so adored
d45I think I should mourn
d46I will sing you a song of that [a] [the] beautiful
d47If ye love me, feed my lambs
d48In the cross of Christ I [we] glory, towering
d49In the golden sunlight, shining bright
d50In the happy Eden
d51In the high and holy mountains
d52Is there room for me up yonder
d53Jerusalem, forever bright
d54Jesus is calling and bids you return
d55Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d56Jesus loves the children dear, loves to have them
d57Jesus, my Savior, thee I love
d58Jesus sat by the well
d59Jesus wept, he wept for me
d60Just waiting the summons to welcome me home
d61Land ahead, its fruits are waving
d62Lean thy head upon the Savior
d63Let all created mortals sing
d64Let the little children come, and forbid
d65Let the whole world be joined
d66Let us labor on for the Master
d67Little children, listen, Do you hear the Sabbath bells
d68Lord, bless our temperance band
d69Lord, look upon a little child
d70Lord, make room for a little child
d71Lord, to thee in deep contrition
d72Love of Jesus, deep and wide
d73Many at the cross are kneeling
d74My heavenly home is bright and fair
d75My vision of faith has been cleared
d76Now would I yield to thee, Savior divine
d77O come to the fountain of cleansing with me
d78O I long to go home to that [the] mansion [mansions]
d79O Lord, we love thy Sabbaths
d80O must we leave the old home
d81O Spirit of grace, draw thou
d82O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sigh
d83O, that my heart might ever feel
d84O the night of time soon shall pass away
d85O when shall I dwell in my father's bright home
d86O when shall I soar
d87O when we are called by the angels
d88Open the door for the children
d89Oppressed with noonday's scorching heat
d90Oppressed with sin beyond degree
d91Out to [the] sea mid [midst] stormy gales
d92Over Jordan we shall meet
d93Patiently waiting the will of the Lord
d94Resist not the Spirit
d95Ride on, ride on in majesty
d96Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d97Said a voice behold
d98Say, is your lamp burning, my brother
d99Shall we gather at [by] the river, Where bright angel feet have trod
d100Sing aloud, all ye ransomed

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