The Child's Hymn Book

Editor: F. M. Caulkins
Publisher: American Tract Society, New York, 1840
Language: English
Notes: The publication date is not given, it is known to be published some time in the 1800's. 1840 is a best guess.
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1What are those soul-reviving strainsPage Scan
2We come, we come, with loud acclaimPage Scan
3How glorious is our heavenly KingPage Scan
4Jesus, Lord of life and gloryPage Scan
5O Lord our God, how wondrous greatPage Scan
6How happy are theyPage Scan
7I sing the mighty power of GodPage Scan
8Once more, O Lord, we bringPage Scan
9Yes, I will bless thee, O my God!Page Scan
10Sing we the song of those who standPage Scan
11Once was heard the song of childrenPage Scan
12See the shining dew-dropsPage Scan
13How fierce the lightning blazes!Page Scan
14Stars that, on your wondrous wayPage Scan
15Now night is gone, and golden mornPage Scan
16Eternal wisdom, thee we praisePage Scan
17How pleasing is the voicePage Scan
18Glory to God on highPage Scan
19I'll go to the fields for some flowersPage Scan
20My heavenly Father! all I seePage Scan
21Hark, the herald angels singPage Scan
22The Lord our God is Lord of allPage Scan
23Thou Guardian of our youthful daysPage Scan
24Blest be the wisdom and the powerPage Scan
25Happy angels! still you dwellPage Scan
26Christ is merciful and mildPage Scan
27Child of the earth! O lift thy glancePage Scan
28Come, children, let us Jesus praisePage Scan
29Jesus, guide of young beginnersPage Scan
30Jesus, is sickness and in painPage Scan
31There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
32Glory to the Father givePage Scan
33O give thanks to Him who madePage Scan
34A Light, our darken'd steps to guidePage Scan
35Welcome, welcome, dear RedeemerPage Scan
36Bright was the guiding star that ledPage Scan
37Children of the heavenly KingPage Scan
38Children, hear the melting storyPage Scan
39Lo, at noon 'tis sudden nightPage Scan
40While in the tender years of youthPage Scan
41In life's gay morn, when sprightly youthPage Scan
42'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
43Happy the child whose tender yearsPage Scan
44Grace is a plant, where'er it growsPage Scan
45Religion is the chief concernPage Scan
46One there is, above all othersPage Scan
47Ye hearts with youthful vigor warmPage Scan
48Children, listen to the LordPage Scan
49Come to Jesus, come awayPage Scan
50Let the beasts their breath resignPage Scan
51From the regions of love, lo! an angel descendedPage Scan
52Come, children, come!Page Scan
53They say this world's a vale of tearsPage Scan
54There is a path that leads to GodPage Scan
55See the leaves around us fallingPage Scan
56By cool Siloam's shady rillPage Scan
57My son, know thou the LordPage Scan
58Behold a stranger at the door!Page Scan
59My soul, leave trifling nowPage Scan
60Eternal source of life and lightPage Scan
61Now that my journey's just begunPage Scan
62A sinner, Lord, behold I standPage Scan
63Tell me, Shepherd from abovePage Scan
64Lord, I would come to theePage Scan
65Lord, I confess before thy facePage Scan
66What is there, Lord, a child can doPage Scan
67Jesus Christ, my Lord and SaviorPage Scan
68Quiet, Lord, my froward heartPage Scan
69With humble heart and tonguePage Scan
70Lord, when we bend before thy thronePage Scan
71O that the Lord would guide my waysPage Scan
72When we disclose our wants in prayerPage Scan
73Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan
74Lord, I would own thy tender carePage Scan
75Jesus, Savior, pity mePage Scan
76Lord, to thy mercy seat I comePage Scan
77My God, permit my tonguePage Scan
78To thee in youth's bright morningPage Scan
79Gently, Lord, O gently lead usPage Scan
80Great God! I would not seek to knowPage Scan
81Blest are the pure in heartPage Scan
82Holy child, of heavenly birthPage Scan
83Oft in vain the voice of truthPage Scan
84May I a little pilgrim bePage Scan
85Almighty God of grace and lovePage Scan
86Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
87Among the deepest shades of nightPage Scan
88Almighty God, thy piercing eyePage Scan
89O for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
90In all my vast concerns with theePage Scan
91Soon as my youthful lips can speakPage Scan
92Lord, before thy throne we standPage Scan
93My sins are many, like the starsPage Scan
94One God I must worship supremePage Scan
95The praises of my tonguePage Scan
96Holy Bible! book divine!Page Scan
97How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
98What bless'd examples do I findPage Scan
99My Bible! 'tis a book divinePage Scan
100How fair was Aaron to the viewPage Scan

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