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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112When man shall keep the great commandPage Scan
113If men cared less for wealth and famePage Scan
114If the past we could never recallPage Scan
116Say, heaving sea, hast thou a heartPage Scan
117Woe unto them that rise up early in the morningPage Scan
118With heaving sigh and swelling heartPage Scan
87.1Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
87.2Thou Great first-cause, supreme, most highPage Scan
87.3Source of light, to Thee we prayPage Scan
87.4Thou God of Peace, before we partPage Scan
87.5Dear angel-guides, may thy sweet peacePage Scan
119.1Earth and Heaven now are blendingPage Scan
119.2There is a land of fruits and vinesPage Scan
119.3We sing of that valley of peacePage Scan
119.4We have heard of a world far awayPage Scan
120.5The gates of glory stand ajarPage Scan
120.6Friends of temp'rance, take fresh couragePage Scan
120.7Come, angels, lead us in the lightPage Scan
120.8Wondrous truth, what joy to knowPage Scan
121.9There, safe at home, from all sorrow set freePage Scan
121.10Then touch not thou the unclean thingPage Scan
121.11We shall meet beyond the riverPage Scan
121.12They can come--oh, blessed thoughtPage Scan
122.13Must we place on the lowlyPage Scan
122.14Joy to the world, for Light is comePage Scan
122.15When all the chords of earth-life shall severPage Scan
122.16We're going home where angels roamPage Scan
123.17The voice of Truth doth sayPage Scan
123.18Pilgrims of progress herePage Scan
123.19The voice of truth supremePage Scan
123.20When all our work is donePage Scan
124.21Wayfaring pilgrims on earth among strangersPage Scan
124.22Eye hath not seen, ear hath not heard Page Scan
124.23I will sing the glad songPage Scan
124.24Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
125.25Pilgrims on life's thorny pathwayPage Scan
125.26The sands of time are flowing fastPage Scan
125.27When we meet among the angelsPage Scan
125.28Work out your own salvationPage Scan
126.29When the right over wrong shall prevailPage Scan
126.30Drink wine no more, men by the scorePage Scan
126.31Come and rejoice that our Father in heav'nPage Scan
126.32Supreme Ruler, we implore theePage Scan

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