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Glad Tidings: a collection of new hymns and music, designed for sabbath schools, anniversary meetings, home circles, &c.

Editor: L. O. Emerson, L. B. Starkweather
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, 1869
Language: English
Notes: Numbers refer to the page number the hymn starts on. When more than one hymn is on a page, letters are added to the numbers
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3Our Father, we adore thy namePage Scan
4Hark! what mean those holy voicesPage Scan
5aOnward, onward, men of heaven!Page Scan
5bLord, a little band, and lowlyPage Scan
5cJesus, hail! enthroned in gloryPage Scan
6Joined in heart and joined in handPage Scan
7Lord, hear me when I prayPage Scan
8The days now gliding o'er usPage Scan
9Roll on, thou mighty oceanPage Scan
10There is a land of PromisePage Scan
12Lord, hear me when I prayPage Scan
13Good news for little childrenPage Scan
14I'm happy in JesusPage Scan
15O let me work for JesusPage Scan
16There's a path for your feet, little childrenPage Scan
18I love to think that Jesus camePage Scan
19Bear her, oh bear her so tenderlyPage Scan
20"Hark! I hear the sweet bells ringing!"Page Scan
21I was a wandering sheepPage Scan
22Just across the riverPage Scan
24Will you join our Sunday SchoolPage Scan
26Awake, my heart, awake my tonguePage Scan
27We have girded on our armorPage Scan
29I want to be a ChristianPage Scan
30aAcquaint yourselves early, dear children, with GodPage Scan
30bThe Bible! the Bible! more precious than goldPage Scan
30cHow sweet is the Sabbath, the season of restPage Scan
31In the rosy light of the morning brightPage Scan
32We are on the ocean sailingPage Scan
33We come, O God, with gladnessPage Scan
34Ringing, ringing, Voices soft and clearPage Scan
35aFather, let thy benedictionPage Scan
35bNow is done the time of teachingPage Scan
36There's a land of light and beautyPage Scan
38Lord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
40Swell, swell the songs as we're gliding alongPage Scan
41Hark! the voice of choral songPage Scan
42aO thou God of my salvationPage Scan
42bLord, with grateful hearts before theePage Scan
43aWe have met in peace togetherPage Scan
43bGracious Father, by thy favorPage Scan
44Come and sing with joy and gladnessPage Scan
45Days and weeks, and months returningPage Scan
46A cry from afar comes o'er the deepPage Scan
48I hear the angels callingPage Scan
49aShepherd of thy little flockPage Scan
49bSaviour! teach me day by dayPage Scan
49cTime by moments steals awayPage Scan
50Saviour, at thy footstool bendingPage Scan
51How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning of restPage Scan
52Here as we raise our glad voicesPage Scan
54'Tis sweet to sing for JesusPage Scan
55Go thou, in life's fair morningPage Scan
56Youthful pilgrims, happy bandPage Scan
57I will never, never leave theePage Scan
58The way of life is narrowPage Scan
59One sweetly solemn thoughtPage Scan
60Once on Judea's lonely heightPage Scan
61Hark, to the church bells ringingPage Scan
62Thanks to thee, before we partPage Scan
63A lamp brightly shines with its clear and kindly rayPage Scan
64I hear my Saviour callingPage Scan
65Jesus is our PilotPage Scan
66I’m but a stranger herePage Scan
67I love the Lord, who died for mePage Scan
68When the morning bell is ringingPage Scan
69Ho, each one that is athirstPage Scan
70Thro' the love of God our SaviourPage Scan
71aOne sweet flow'r has drooped and fadedPage Scan
71bPastor, thou art from us takenPage Scan
71cSister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
72Jesus, we thy lambs would bePage Scan
73What sound is this? a song to heav'n resoundingPage Scan
74aFather! grant us now thy blessingPage Scan
74bGod of salvation, hear usPage Scan
74cO, my Father, what a treasurePage Scan
75When shall we meet againPage Scan
76I love the day, the Sabbath dayPage Scan
77How could I know the way to goPage Scan
78This life so brief, is full of griefPage Scan
79The Lord is my Shepherd; How thankful am IPage Scan
80aGod has said, Forever blessedPage Scan
80bLord, a little band, and lowlyPage Scan
81We come, O God, with gladnessPage Scan
82When we're standing on Zion's hillPage Scan
84We are coming, we are comingPage Scan
86If ye love me, little childrenPage Scan
88O'er the mountains see the breakingPage Scan
89Away, away, where the breezes playPage Scan
90There's a shell from the heart of the seaPage Scan
91I would love thee, God and Father!Page Scan
92We are on our journey homePage Scan
93There is a holy cityPage Scan
94Whoever would win the battlePage Scan
96aYoung and happy while thou artPage Scan
96bSoon will set the Sabbath sunPage Scan
97We shall see a light appearPage Scan
98Whene'er we meet, you always sayPage Scan
99From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
100Here we suffer grief and painPage Scan

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