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Garlands of Praise: a choice collection of original and selected hymns and tunes suitable for Sunday-Schools, Bible classes and the home circle

Editor: Asa Hull
Publisher: Asa Hull, Philadelphia, 1876
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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3Onward, right onward!Page Scan
4I fear not the gloom of midnightPage Scan
5See the heathen nations, bendingPage Scan
6Walk in the light the Lord hath giv'nPage Scan
7aJesus bids us shine with a clear, pure lightPage Scan
7bWalk in the light! so shalt thou knowPage Scan
8I'm nearing home! Life's wintry blastPage Scan
9aO City, golden bright!Page Scan
9bOn Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
10Oh, the glorious time is comingPage Scan
11How gentle God's commands!Page Scan
12Pass me not, O gentle SaviourPage Scan
13Jesus, Lord of all compassionPage Scan
14A little talk with JesusPage Scan
15Depth of mercy! can there bePage Scan
16Thou Rock of my salvation, hastePage Scan
17Thou my everlasting portionPage Scan
18There's rest on the bosom of JesusPage Scan
19Bring your ev'ry care to JesusPage Scan
20aOne sweetly solemn thought Page Scan
20bThere is a straight and narrow pathPage Scan
22One by one we are crossing the riverPage Scan
23Yes! for me, for me he carethPage Scan
24There are songs of joy that I loved to singPage Scan
25In the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
26A ship in wind and storm was toss'dPage Scan
27I hear the Saviour say, Thy strength indeed is smallPage Scan
28Floating on between the shadowsPage Scan
29Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
30Let us rally round the standardPage Scan
31Look ever to JesusPage Scan
32When mountains of doubt hem me in on each sidePage Scan
33Holy Father, we adore theePage Scan
34Rock of ages, cleft for mePage Scan
35There's a firm shelt'ring rock, and a strong fortress tow'rPage Scan
36Saviour, thy word a lamp shall bePage Scan
37There are angels arrayed in whitePage Scan
38How much of joy and comfortPage Scan
39There's a glorious world, a world of lightPage Scan
40Praise we bring to thee, O Father!Page Scan
41There is a fountain open'd widePage Scan
42See where the living waters glidePage Scan
43Oh, bright will the light of that holy day dawnPage Scan
44Why should I wait, when Jesus is calling?Page Scan
45Waiting, waiting for the MasterPage Scan
46Yes, we shall meet beyond the floodPage Scan
47I am coming to the SaviourPage Scan
48There comes a voice from CalvaryPage Scan
49How lovely the flowers which bloomPage Scan
50My soul with rapture waits for theePage Scan
51Another day is pastPage Scan
52I am on my way to ZionPage Scan
53If we can not plant our cottagePage Scan
54I hear thy welcome voicePage Scan
55When the tempest rages highPage Scan
56Oh, be earnest, friends, be earnestPage Scan
57Pass me not by, my Saviour!Page Scan
58O tell me of home, for my heart is so wearyPage Scan
59"Almost persuaded," now to believePage Scan
60Round the throne in gloryPage Scan
61Rock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
62In God I have found a retreatPage Scan
63While we journey along thro' sorrow, pain, and sinPage Scan
64Stand up for Jesus, Christian, standPage Scan
65Oh, listen to the welcome soundPage Scan
66Oh, tell it again to mePage Scan
67Come, poor pilgrim, sad and wearyPage Scan
68Open the door for the childrenPage Scan
69Up and away, like the dew of the morningPage Scan
70I'll sing of a Saviour I lovePage Scan
71No night shall be in heav'n!Page Scan
72Onward, Christian soldiers Page Scan
73Jesus, Saviour, pilot mePage Scan
74Keep your lamp burning brightly while you sojourn belowPage Scan
75Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishPage Scan
76We are wating by the riverPage Scan
77Beside the waters mildPage Scan
78While we with joyful hearts unitePage Scan
79Bright was the guiding star that ledPage Scan
80Glad as the morning, swift as the lightPage Scan
81A robe and a crown awaits us allPage Scan
82As a shepherd he will lead themPage Scan
83There's a star that shines on the blest highwayPage Scan
84I will sing you a song of that beautiful landPage Scan
85I heard the voice of Jesus say, Come unto me and restPage Scan
86In the silent midnight watchesPage Scan
87My foot is on the thresholdPage Scan
88Blessed are they that do his commandmentsPage Scan
89I know her walls are jasperPage Scan
90Draw me, Saviour, nearerPage Scan
91What mean this eager, anxious throngPage Scan
92Over the billows, over the seaPage Scan
93I am coming to the crossPage Scan
94More thou art than friend or brotherPage Scan
95'Twas Jesus, my Saviour, who died on a treePage Scan
96Shall we all meet there, in that land of lightPage Scan
97Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
98The mistakes of my life are manyPage Scan
99Jesus sought and saved mePage Scan
100'Tis Jesus calls, "Come unto me"Page Scan

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