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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101Now if the Lord should say to mePage Scan
102Across the burning plains of sandPage Scan
103O Lord, thy heavenly grace impartPage Scan
104By whom was David taughtPage Scan
105Jesus, and didst thou condescendPage Scan
106Arise, my soul, arise!Page Scan
107Great God! with wonder and with praisePage Scan
108When little Samuel wokePage Scan
109All yesterday is gone!Page Scan
110Daniel's wisdom may I knowPage Scan
111Mary to the Savior's tombPage Scan
112Not Lebanon, with all its treesPage Scan
113Lord of the Sabbath, I rejoicePage Scan
114This is the day when Christ arosePage Scan
115Maker of the Sabbath dayPage Scan
116Lord, help us as we prayPage Scan
117As Mary sat at Jesus' feetPage Scan
118How sweet is the Sabbath to mePage Scan
119When to the house of God we goPage Scan
120Lord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
121Soon will set the Sabbath sunPage Scan
122How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning of restPage Scan
123Call'd by the Sabbath bells awayPage Scan
124Awake! awake! your sleep forsakePage Scan
125Thou who art enthron'd abovePage Scan
126The Sabbath of the LordPage Scan
127Come let our voices joinPage Scan
128Within these walls be peacePage Scan
129For a season call'd to partPage Scan
130From year to year in love we meetPage Scan
131A mourning class, a vacant seatPage Scan
132Thou who didst with love and blessingPage Scan
133Our Father and our sov'reign LordPage Scan
134How charming and pleasant to seePage Scan
135Open, Lord our understandingPage Scan
136Dark night away hath roll'dPage Scan
137O Lord, another day is flownPage Scan
138My God! how endless is thy love!Page Scan
139My years roll on, and still I glidePage Scan
140My child, I fain would have thee knowPage Scan
141Let children that would fear the LordPage Scan
142Little raindrops feed the rillPage Scan
143Hark! how the feather'd warblers sing!Page Scan
144Pleasing spring again is here!Page Scan
145To thee, our Father and our FriendPage Scan
146My God, thy service well demandsPage Scan
147If idly spent, no art or carePage Scan
148Tomorrow, Lord, is thinePage Scan
149Lord, what is life? - 'Tis like a flowerPage Scan
150How long sometimes a day appears!Page Scan
151Swift as the winged arrow fliesPage Scan
152Oft as the bell, with solemn tollPage Scan
153The sun that lights the world shall fadePage Scan
154Why should I say, "'Tis yet too soonPage Scan
155When blooming youth is snatch'd awayPage Scan
156There is beyond the skyPage Scan
157There is a God that reigns abovePage Scan
158O who are they that venture nearPage Scan
159Oh let me die; for death "is gain"Page Scan
160And am I born to die?Page Scan
161Go watch and pray, thou canst not tellPage Scan
162Little travellers ZionwardPage Scan
163Millions of children live and diePage Scan
164The morning light is breakingPage Scan
165Hark! what mean those lamentationsPage Scan
166When shall the voice of singingPage Scan
167Night wraps the land where Jesus spokePage Scan
168Now we hail the happy dawningPage Scan
169Wake the song of jubileePage Scan
170Now be the Gospel bannerPage Scan
171Roll on, thou mighty oceanPage Scan
172Now I awake and see the lightPage Scan
173Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan
174Jesus, let a little childPage Scan
175Holy Jesus, lo, I standPage Scan
176I often say my prayersPage Scan
177Through thy protecting carePage Scan
178Humble praises, Holy JesusPage Scan
179Great God! and wilt thou be so kindPage Scan
180Up, in the morning, up, my childPage Scan
181I know 'tis Jesus loves my soulPage Scan
182I thank the Lord, who lives on highPage Scan
183O Lord, through thy indulgent carePage Scan
184Serene I laid me downPage Scan
185Behold the sun, in splendor brightPage Scan
186Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me!Page Scan
187Lord, I have pass'd another dayPage Scan
188Lord, with redeeming mercy blestPage Scan
189Now condescend, almighty KingPage Scan
190O how my childhood runs to waste!Page Scan
191Father! hear our song this evenPage Scan
192O God! by whom the seed is givenPage Scan
193My Father and my Friend, to theePage Scan
194As oft I break my daily breadPage Scan
195Parent of good, whose plenteous gracePage Scan
196Blest be the god whose tender carePage Scan
197How gracious is my GodPage Scan
198While drinking in the healthful airPage Scan
199Go when the morning shinethPage Scan
200There was a noble arkPage Scan

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