Good Will Songs: a Compilation of Hymns and Tunes

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Editor: Stanford Mitchell
Publisher: Universalist Publishing House, Boston, Mass., 1890
Denomination: Universalist Church of America
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1Let all the world in every corner singPage Scan
2Lift up, lift up thy voice with singingPage Scan
3Wake, awake, for night is flyingPage Scan
4More love to thee, O Christ [God]Page Scan
5When morning gilds the skiesPage Scan
6In the cross of Christ I [we] glory, toweringPage Scan
7Jesus calls us, o'er the tumultPage Scan
8Onward, onward, slow and steadyPage Scan
9Thou grace divine, encircling allPage Scan
10I see the wrong that round me liesPage Scan
11O [Our] God, our help in ages [seasons] pastPage Scan
12I was a wandering sheepPage Scan
13And is there, Lord, a restPage Scan
14There is a time when moments flowPage Scan
15Another fleeting day is gonePage Scan
16Savior, when night involves the skiesPage Scan
17Thine forever, God of lovePage Scan
18When the morn is bright and fairPage Scan
19Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] laysPage Scan
20Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloomPage Scan
21O worship the King, all glorious abovePage Scan
22Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the crossPage Scan
23Lord of all being, throned afarPage Scan
24When Jordan hushed his [its] waters stillPage Scan
25Still, still with thee, when purple morning breakethPage Scan
26When for me [us] the silent oarPage Scan
27Strong Son of God, immortal LovePage Scan
28Where ancient forests widely [round us] spreadPage Scan
29The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, in every starPage Scan
30How pure in [at] heart and sound in headPage Scan
31Holy Spirit, faithful GuidePage Scan
32Oft in danger, oft in woePage Scan
33The stream is calmest when it nears the tidePage Scan
34Often at evening comes a glowing thoughtPage Scan
35From soul to soul, quick as the sunbeam's rayPage Scan
36Take my heart, O Father, take itPage Scan
37Yes, for me, for me He carethPage Scan
38Quiet as a peaceful riverPage Scan
39I love to tell the story of unseen things abovePage Scan
40When power divine in mortal form hushedPage Scan
41O love divine, that [who] stooped [stoop'st] [stoops] to sharePage Scan
42Fiercely came the tempest sweepingPage Scan
43My God, is any hour so sweetPage Scan
44I cannot always trace the wayPage Scan
45Jesus wept, those tears are overPage Scan
46Sovereign and transforming gracePage Scan
47To thy pastures fair and largePage Scan
48God made all his creatures freePage Scan
49The deep red sun, when settingPage Scan
50Sow in the morn thy [the] seed, At evePage Scan
51Laborers of Christ, arisePage Scan
52O everlasting Light! Page Scan
53With gladsome feet we pressPage Scan
54When on Sinai's top I seePage Scan
55Let my life be hid with [in] theePage Scan
56Love for all and can it bePage Scan
57At evening time, let there be lightPage Scan
58O Father, lift our souls abovePage Scan
59Jews were wrought to cruel madnessPage Scan
60The Bridegroom comes, Bride of the Lamb, awakePage Scan
61Rise, crowned with light, imperial [great] Salem [city], risePage Scan
62Saw you never in the twilight When the sunPage Scan
63O sometimes gleams upon our [my] sightPage Scan
64In darker days, and nights of stormPage Scan
65Oh, could I speak the matchless worthPage Scan
66O let your mingling voices risePage Scan
67Dear Savior, bless us ere we goPage Scan
68'Tis midnight, and on Olive's browPage Scan
69O suffering Friend of human kindPage Scan
70They who seek the Father's facePage Scan
71Let us sing the praise of LovePage Scan
72Lift your heads with faithPage Scan
73O while thou dost smile upon mePage Scan
74Know, my soul, thy full salvationPage Scan
75He that [who] hath [has] made [for] his refuge, GodPage Scan
76Thou Power and Peace, in whom we findPage Scan
77Thou art the Way, and he who sighsPage Scan
78Abide with me, fast falls the eventidePage Scan
79Father, there is no change to live with theePage Scan
80Hath not thy heart within thee burnedPage Scan
81My God, I thank thee, may no thoughtPage Scan
82Like morning, when her early breezePage Scan
83How beauteous were [are] the marks divinePage Scan
84O thou true life of all that livePage Scan
85Weary wanderer o'er the mainPage Scan
86The shadows of the evening hoursPage Scan
87Speak with us, Lord, thyself revealPage Scan
88Savior, I follow on, guided by TheePage Scan
89O love divine, whose constant beamPage Scan
90All that in this wide world we seePage Scan
91Beneath the cross of Jesus I fain would take my standPage Scan
92Behold a Stranger at the doorPage Scan
93Love is and was my Lord and KingPage Scan
94O thou to whom in ancient timePage Scan
95Take the name of Jesus with you, child of sorrowPage Scan
96See, daylight is fading o'er earth [the earth] and o'er oceanPage Scan
97I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my homePage Scan
98Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
99Hark, the song of jubileePage Scan
100As pants wearied hart for cooling springsPage Scan

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