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Glory and Praise: a collection of beautiful Sunday-school songs selected chiefly from The children's hallelujah

Editor: J. H. Rosecrans, J. H. Fillmore
Publisher: Fillmore Bros., Cincinnati, 1887
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number.
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3Thou who rulest earth and heavenPage Scan
4Holy Father, be thou nighPage Scan
5Our praise to thee, O FatherPage Scan
6O, we love to hear the chiming of the bellsPage Scan
7Savior, hear a little childPage Scan
8It is good to be here with Jesus, our LordPage Scan
9We are little children, But our tribute bringPage Scan
10O'er heav'nly plains the golden chimesPage Scan
11Dare to live for Jesus!Page Scan
12We are volunteers in a youthful bandPage Scan
13There is no love like the love of JesusPage Scan
14The sun is on the harvest fieldPage Scan
15What is the song of the heavenly host?Page Scan
16Angel bands are singing nowPage Scan
17O thou blessed gift from heaven Page Scan
18We need not walk in darknessPage Scan
19Who is on the Lord's side? Page Scan
20With Jesus, my Savior, forever I'd bePage Scan
21Hark! I hear sweet strains of musicPage Scan
22O silv'ry sea of GalileePage Scan
24I will tell of the Saviour who diedPage Scan
25Master of the world's great harvestPage Scan
26Have you heard the olden storyPage Scan
27We're a little pilgrim bandPage Scan
28Hark! 'tis the Shepherd's voice I hearPage Scan
29I've a mansion fair in gloryPage Scan
30Hark! how the bells ring out todayPage Scan
31Be the morning dark or fairPage Scan
32Saints of God, the dawn is bright'ningPage Scan
33Gather the sheaves, 'tis harvest timePage Scan
34Journeying on to the beautiful landPage Scan
35If I were a beautiful twinkling starPage Scan
36When joyful are our spiritsPage Scan
37Heaven is ringing with glad exultationsPage Scan
38Behold! I stand at your door and knockPage Scan
39We give thee the praise of our voicesPage Scan
40We wait the coming of the LordPage Scan
41Help us, O Lord, to trust in theePage Scan
42Just over the river, just over the riverPage Scan
44I have a song I love to singPage Scan
45Beautiful hope that we cherishPage Scan
46Lo! the army of our KingPage Scan
47The presence of my SaviorPage Scan
48Life is like a sunlit streamPage Scan
49O brothers! do your feet grow wearyPage Scan
50Jesus, the loving ShepherdPage Scan
51Saviour, teach me, day by dayPage Scan
52Let us press toward the mark for the prizePage Scan
53When the waves in terror rolledPage Scan
54Life is one continued battlePage Scan
55Have you worked in the Master's vineyard?Page Scan
56There's a city, I'm told, whose streets are of goldPage Scan
57We shall gain the shining landPage Scan
58If the name of the Saviour is precious to youPage Scan
59We scatter seeds with careless handPage Scan
60We shall stand before the KingPage Scan
61Ev'ry ray of sunshine Helps a flow'r growPage Scan
62The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I fearPage Scan
63I am not weary. tho' long is the roadPage Scan
64Friends who have loved me are slipping awayPage Scan
65Jesus, guide our wayPage Scan
66O wonderful GethsemanePage Scan
67Now Hosanna, Son of DavidPage Scan
68Whoso heareth and doeth these sayingsPage Scan
69Sing of Jesus, sing foreverPage Scan
70We are sailing on the shipPage Scan
71In the vineyard of the MasterPage Scan
72There's a home with the Saviour for all who believePage Scan
73Jesus, we are comingPage Scan
74Some day, some day, I know not whenPage Scan
75We are soldiers in the armyPage Scan
76Jesus is tenderly calling for theePage Scan
77Not far from the kingdom thou standestPage Scan
78Life is not a feast of gladnessPage Scan
79Who will be like MosesPage Scan
80Who is this that comes from Edom stain'd with bloodPage Scan
81Father, in need I come to theePage Scan
82Are you walking in his footstepsPage Scan
84The time ordained of God will comePage Scan
85There is a hope whose gloryPage Scan
86Blow the trumpet, watchmanPage Scan
87There is a happy land, Far, far awayPage Scan
88In the desert of sorrow and sinPage Scan
89I think when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
90For a little while here, for a little while herePage Scan
91Jesus lead us by the handPage Scan
92O the yesterday's moments for pleasure or woePage Scan
93Forgive us our debts now, we prayPage Scan
94Where'er our path may leadPage Scan
95We shall meet with raptured greetingPage Scan
96Tho' the upward path is narrowPage Scan
97"We shall be like Him!" The promise is surePage Scan
98The night is far spent and the day is at handPage Scan
99Here we come to praise the LordPage Scan
100Arm for the battle, Soldiers of light!Page Scan
101Awake, my soul, and joyful singPage Scan
102The voyage has been weary, but hark!Page Scan
103'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
104The bright and morning starPage Scan
105See the shining dewdropsPage Scan

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