Celestial Sonnets: a collection of new and original songs and hymns of peace and progress, designed for public gatherings, home circles, religious, spiritual, temperance, social and camp meetings, etc

Editor: B. M. Lawrence, M. D.
Publisher: [B. M. Lawrence], [Hartford, Conn.], 1886
Language: English
Notes: Numbers are the page numbers the hymn starts on. If two hymns start on the same page, letters are added after the page number, except where numbers are given.
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3Sweet home above, sweet home of lovePage Scan
4Source of Life and Love supremePage Scan
5In that sweet land of sunshinePage Scan
6Great Jehovah, grant to guide mePage Scan
7When my soul seemed all forsakenPage Scan
8There is a rest awaiting for mePage Scan
9In the soul world are mansionsPage Scan
10Those we love who have passed through the valePage Scan
11Come sing for joy as we journey on our wayPage Scan
12Rejoice! and with the angels singPage Scan
13We shall meet those we love over therePage Scan
14There is a world, a beautiful worldPage Scan
15Joyfully, joyfully onward we movePage Scan
16When we feel earth-life is closingPage Scan
17Sweet hour of pray'r! sweet hour of pray'r!Page Scan
18One more lov'd one gone before usPage Scan
19Return, old Time, with "love's young dream"Page Scan
20Through the portals beamingPage Scan
22The world hath felt a quick'ning breathPage Scan
23Although earth-weary wand'rersPage Scan
24We remember the time when the world was in doubtPage Scan
26In that land beyond the riverPage Scan
27aHush'd is the voice we loved to hearPage Scan
27bWe are waiting by the riverPage Scan
28More dear than love's dream are my thoughts of an artistPage Scan
30When old wrong from earth shall perishPage Scan
31We shall meet beyond the riverPage Scan
32We are waiting for the morningPage Scan
33Proclaim the truth most clearPage Scan
34A gentle word hath a wonderful powerPage Scan
35Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy namePage Scan
36Come, come, love, todayPage Scan
37There is a beautiful world abovePage Scan
38Life's pathway, from the cradle to the tombPage Scan
40Come, dear angel guides, draw nearPage Scan
41Life is fleeting sweetly onwardPage Scan
42There are ninety and nine who drink and diePage Scan
43Thro' the vale of life we wanderPage Scan
44All hail! Friends of Progress, with words of good cheerPage Scan
46Evergreen mountains of beautyPage Scan
47Thou source of Life, oh, hear my pray'rPage Scan
48Sweet summer-land beyond the riverPage Scan
49Oh, would were mine some wondrous pow'rPage Scan
50Drink no more, my brother, brotherPage Scan
51Deep down my soul is sunk in more than endless gloomPage Scan
52Oh, I command a dreadful bandPage Scan
54Then cease to do evil and learn to do wellPage Scan
56"My darling boy," his mother criedPage Scan
57aHe gazed upon the gathered throngPage Scan
57bUnfurl the Temp'rance Banner Page Scan
58All hail the time, sweet by and byPage Scan
59Almighty pow'r of heav'n and earthPage Scan
60Should tempests and clouds gather darkly around theePage Scan
61Oh, Thou the great Life Giver, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
62There is a world so bright and fairPage Scan
63Our ship glides o'er the waterPage Scan
64Alone I trod the ocean's strandPage Scan
65Break every yoke, and set thy spirit freePage Scan
66When you see a fellow mortalPage Scan
67Wine is a mocker, brother, all through the landPage Scan
68Oh, sing me a song, sing a hopeful songPage Scan
70The love of place, the lust for pow'rPage Scan
71Prophet, tell us of the lightPage Scan
72Ho, ev'ry one of you that thirstPage Scan
73Jes' cum a little closter, chilePage Scan
74Dare to be free from ev'ry wrongPage Scan
75Angels, keep me in the lightPage Scan
76Truth is the leader of our bandPage Scan
77Tell me not that youth is fleetingPage Scan
78Summer's fragrant blooms have fledPage Scan
79I need Thee every hourPage Scan
80There is room among the angelsPage Scan
81Come hear the welcome voicePage Scan
82How sweetly fall those simple wordsPage Scan
83Father, we are weary PilgrimsPage Scan
84The golden day is dimly dawningPage Scan
85Angel friends now hover near usPage Scan
86Our home is not this world of strifePage Scan
88Ring out, triumphant, bells!Page Scan
89The blaze upon the hearth burns lowPage Scan
90All hail! ye brave Knights of free laborPage Scan
91All hail thou green isle of the oceanPage Scan
92Come, set thy house in orderPage Scan
93Sing of love and peace foreverPage Scan
94Oh, think of that home over therePage Scan
95They come to me, most cheerful thoughtPage Scan
96The man who casts the world asidePage Scan
97Among all the tender and hallowed thingsPage Scan
98Thou art passing a-down the dark valleyPage Scan
99When we meet beyond the riverPage Scan
100We are told of a world where the rough seas of timePage Scan
102When we hear the music ringingPage Scan
103Come, sweet angels, while we singPage Scan
104Men who drink wine have woe we are toldPage Scan
106Oh, don't you remember the brave boys, Luke RandPage Scan
107The Banner of Truth to the breeze is unfurledPage Scan
108The noblest men that live on earthPage Scan
109Abou Ben Adhem, may his tribe increase!Page Scan
110I know not if the dark or lightPage Scan
111Author of life! Father of love!Page Scan

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