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Ethic Hymns and Scriptural Lessons for Children

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d1A conflict irrepressible
d2A meek and quiet spirit, Lord
d3A priest and King, O Christ, thou art
d4Ah woe is me that with false men
d5Alas the Paschal Lamb of God
d6Amazing thought, that I so soon
d7Anger indulged like fire burns
d8As children in distress
d9As crave the hungry bread
d10As husbandman is seed time toil
d11As showers on the parched earth
d12As the stately mountains stand
d13Behold how pleasant 'tis to see
d14Behold my servant, saith the Lord
d15Behold, on the accursed tree
d16Behold the Savior as he bows
d17Children hearken to my counsel
d18Christ came not to destroy the law
d19Come, all ye thirsty souls to Christ
d20Come children, hearken unto me
d21Come, ye sinners, heavy laden
d22Condemned because of unbelief
d23Dense darkness covered all the earth
d24Do unto men whatever you do
d25False is all trust in mighty men
d26For mercy only, can we plead
d27Friend of sinners, slain for me
d28From chambers replenished above
d29From guilt, and sin, and hell
d30From the dark snares the wicked spread
d31From whence wars and fightings all
d32Give thanks to the Lord, and his goodness record
d33God bids us perfect children be
d34God is a refuge for his saints
d35God is kind and good to children
d36God rides upon the heavens high
d37God slumbers not, but watches still
d38Grant us, O Lord, in all we do
d39Great Teacher, to be wise and good
d40Hark, the loud trumpet sounds
d41Have mercy, Lord, for I am vile
d42How blest are those whose hearts contemn
d43How marvellous are thy works, O God
d44How sweet the voice of mercy sounds
d45I cannot feel it that I am poor
d46I cried to God in my distress
d47I love the city of my God
d48I love the Lord who heard my voice
d49I love thy law, O Lord
d50I love to read of Joseph
d51I must not on the Sabbath day
d52I try to love the Lord
d53If we would not, the Savior taught
d54In answer to our humble prayer
d55In awful majesty did God proclaim
d56In Christ, our risen Lord, we have
d57In God the Father I believe
d58In my darkness God is light
d59In the blindness, sin and folly
d60In this high heaven see the Son
d61In youth 'tis good to meditate
d62Let everything that lives on earth
d63Let my words with grace be seasoned
d64Let no anxious care
d65Little Samuel when a child
d66Lord, all my ways are known to thee
d67Lord, I'm ashamed that I should fear
d68Lord, the shield of thy salvation
d69Lord, thou hast kept thy child
d70Lord, what amazing love is this
d71Lord, who shall in thy house abide
d72Make me, O Lord, to know mine end
d73Mine eyes from seeing vanity
d74More sure and steadfast than the vision seen
d75Most perfect is the law of God
d76My God, my God, the Savior cried
d77No outward cleansing fits the soul
d78O Lord, how excellent is thy name
d79O Lord, in the morning my prayer thou
d80O sing to God a joyful song
d81O that an earnest zeal may glow
d82O that my heart could but relent
d83O that my ways were led
d84Of Zion's strength we'll joy to tell
d85Our Father, hear our prayer
d86Our Father, thou art full of grace
d87Our Father, who in heaven art, All hallowed be
d88Our God maintains his high decree
d89Our God, who reigns high over all
d90Patience and quiet, Lord, be mine
d91Praise ye the Lord, for he is good
d92Prayer is the pulse that indicates
d93Rash judgment a true mirror is
d94Reflect, O sinner, on the day
d95Revive and strengthen me, O Lord
d96Rulers at the head of state
d97Say who, and whence, are these in white
d98Since God is on my side
d99Strait [straight] is the gate sinners must pass
d100The Bible is my guide

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