The Diadem: a collection of tunes and hymns for Sunday school and devotional meetings

Editor: Silas J. Vail
Publisher: Horace Waters, New York, 1865
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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3All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
4Behold the glories of the LambPage Scan
5Grateful praise to thee we bringPage Scan
6Welcome, delightful morn!Page Scan
7aHark! what celestial soundsPage Scan
7bOh! sweet the hallowed mornPage Scan
8We leave the world of carePage Scan
10Lambs of the SaviourPage Scan
12Yes, dear Sabbath school, I love theePage Scan
13Yes, my native land! I love theePage Scan
14I love the blessed Sabbath dayPage Scan
15A glory gilds the sacred pagePage Scan
16Listen to the rosesPage Scan
17Listen to the promptingsPage Scan
18Come, thou fount of every blessingPage Scan
19aLet worldly minds the world pursuePage Scan
19bAs distant lands beyond the seaPage Scan
20Dare to be right! dare to be true!Page Scan
22Be not swift to take offencePage Scan
23O tell me no more of this world's vain storePage Scan
24Gentle words, how sweet they soundPage Scan
25aGrant us, Lord, thy heavenly lightPage Scan
25bJesus, Lord, we look to theePage Scan
26Tell thy Saviour when the journeyPage Scan
28I'll never forsake thee, my SaviourPage Scan
30I will trust in my SaviourPage Scan
32The world looks very beautifulPage Scan
34Come to Jesus, little onePage Scan
35Jesus loves me, this I knowPage Scan
36Kindly and graciously, prompted by lovePage Scan
37aJoyfully, joyfully, onward I movePage Scan
37bHappy the spirit released from its clayPage Scan
38How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
39There is a fountain fill'd with bloodPage Scan
40Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?Page Scan
41O Lamb of God, once slain for mePage Scan
42Beautiful cross by faith I seePage Scan
43aOh, speak of Jesus! other namesPage Scan
43bSacrifice sweet, oh! let me bringPage Scan
43cTell me, sweet angels, up abovePage Scan
44aRock of ages! cleft for mePage Scan
44bSaviour! happy would I bePage Scan
45aMy faith looks up to theePage Scan
45bLowly and solemn bePage Scan
46We meet upon this lonely shorePage Scan
47How glorious is the land we seekPage Scan
48Shall we meet no more to partPage Scan
50See you not the countless numberPage Scan
51Tell us of the joys of heavenPage Scan
52Holy Spirit, faithful GuidePage Scan
53In that world of glory brightPage Scan
54There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
55On Jordan's stormy banksPage Scan
56Beautiful Zion, built abovePage Scan
58I dreamed a dream of heavenPage Scan
60Our glorious flag, it floats on highPage Scan
61A beautiful land by faith I seePage Scan
62I'll go to that beautiful landPage Scan
63We speak of the realms of the bless'dPage Scan
64Where do you journey my brotherPage Scan
65Over the river, I'm goingPage Scan
66The pearly gates are open widePage Scan
67I'm a lonely traveler herePage Scan
68Sweetly this solemn thoughtPage Scan
69Finish thy work, the time is shortPage Scan
70Nothing but leaves, the spirit grievesPage Scan
71When shall we meet again?Page Scan
72Morning breaks upon the tombPage Scan
73aEverlasting arms of lovePage Scan
73bNow begin the heavenly themePage Scan
74Bright beams from heav'n are breakingPage Scan
75aNow be the gospel bannerPage Scan
75bWhen shall the voice of singingPage Scan
75cWhen, his salvation bringingPage Scan
76Watching on Judea's plainPage Scan
78On the mountain's top appearingPage Scan
79Sweetly breaks the morning's lightPage Scan
80Christian, the morn breaks sweetly o'er theePage Scan
82When of old, sweet angels singingPage Scan
83God bless our native land!Page Scan
84Happy, happy festal dayPage Scan
85Happy angels! still ye dwellPage Scan
86Christ, the Lord, is risen today!Page Scan
87aHark! the song of jubileePage Scan
87bHark! that shout of rapturous joyPage Scan
87cGlory to the Father givePage Scan
88"For ever with the Lord!"Page Scan
90Why not learn to conquer sorrowPage Scan
91aTeach me, Jesus, how to love TheePage Scan
91bWouldst thou reach a clime immortalPage Scan
92All o'er with sin defiledPage Scan
93aCome, said Jesus' sacred voicePage Scan
93bHear ye not a voice from heavenPage Scan
94In the mild and pensive twilightPage Scan
96Oh! had I fleet wings like a dove to flyPage Scan
97O thou who driest the mourner's tearPage Scan
98I look for stormy daysPage Scan
100Faint not, droop not, weary pilgrimPage Scan
102When we reach a quiet dwellingPage Scan
104Sweet music it be to dwell securePage Scan

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