The Child's Pocket Companion, Being a Selection of Choice Hymns for Sabbath School, with an Analysis to Most of Them

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Editor: Horace Spalding
Publisher: J. Emery & B. Waugh, New York, N.Y., 1831
Denomination: Methodist hymnals (general)
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d1A light, our darkened steps to guide
d2Adam and Eve in Eden lived
d3Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d4Another new morning's begun
d5Awaked by Sinai's awful sound
d6Behold, he mounts the throne of state
d7Behold, my eyes, the morning sun
d8Children of old hosanna sang
d9Christ is merciful and mild
d10Christ the hungry people fed
d11Come, child, look upwards to the sky
d12Come, let our voices join in one glad [joyful] song [songs] of praise
d13Dear is the hallowed morn to me When sabbath bells awake the day
d14Death has been here, and borne away A sister [brother] [scholar] from our side
d15Dull atheist, could a giddy dance
d16Every night I mean to think
d17Farewell, dear friends, a long farewell
d18Fear was within the tossing bark
d19For man and beast, here daily food
d20Forget to pray; that's strange indeed
d21God is in Heaven, [and] can he hear
d22God made the sky that looks so blue
d23God our Father, great Creator
d24Great God, and wilt thou be so kind
d25Hail the blest morn when [see] the great Mediator
d26Hark, the skies with music sound
d27Hast thou the wondrous scene surveyed
d28He who has made the sun and moon
d29Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine
d30How long, sometimes, a day appears [the days appear]
d31How painful 'tis to turn away
d32How pleasant is Saturday night
d33How pleasant it is when I go to my school
d34How sweet [sweetly] upon this sacred day
d35I love the Sabbath day to come
d36I often say my prayers, but do I ever pray
d37I thank the goodness and the grace
d38I'm sorry everytime I think
d39Is it a thing of good report
d40Is there a time when moments flow
d41Jesus thou heavenly Stranger
d42Let little children learn
d43Let us unite to bless the Lord
d44Lord, teach us [me] how to pray aright
d45Lord, with redeeming mercy blest
d46My days on earth, how swift they run
d47O 'tis a lovely thing for youth
d48Once I did a naughty thing
d49Once I heard a naughty boy
d50Our Father God who art in heaven, all hallowed
d51Pray cast a look upon that bier
d52Prayer is the soul's [heart's] [saint's] sincere desire
d53The beautiful sun is set in the west
d54The day is past and gone, the evening shades appear
d55The glorious day is drawing nigh
d56The hour is come, I will not stray
d57The Son of Man they did betray
d58The songs have ceased, and busy men
d59The soul untaught is dark as night
d60There is a God, all nature speaks
d61There is a school on earth begun, Supported [Instructed] by the Holy One
d62There's not a star whose twinkling light shines [illumes]
d63This book the wondrous history shows
d64This day belongs to God alone
d65This day the blessed Jesus rose
d66This is a precious book indeed
d67This is the way to know the Lord
d68This world is all a fleeting show
d69Thou shalt have no more gods but me
d70Though I am young, I have a soul The world can never buy
d71Though in the outward, earthly church below
d72Through all the dangers of the night
d73'Tis religion that can give sweetest pleasures
d74We offer, Lord, an humble prayer
d75Welcome, sweet day of rest
d76What book ought I to love the best
d77What think ye [you] of Christ, is the test
d78When daily I kneel down to pray
d79When Jesus left his Father's [heavenly] throne
d80Where should I be, if God should say
d81Young children once to Jesus came
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