Hymnal for Primary Classes: a collection of hymns and tunes, recitations and exercises, being a manual for primary Sunday-schools (Words ed.)

Publisher: The American Sunday School Union, Philadelphia, 1896
Language: English
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101Our Father, which art in heavenPage Scan
102Our Father, which art in heavenPage Scan
103Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear mePage Scan
104God is in Heaven, can He hearPage Scan
105Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
106The morning bright with rosy lightPage Scan
107I love Thee, JesusPage Scan
108Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly DovePage Scan
109He's come! let ev'ry knee be bentPage Scan
110Holy Ghost, with light divinePage Scan
111There is a happy landPage Scan
112I want to be an angelPage Scan
113Safe in the arms of JesusPage Scan
114There's a land that is fairer than dayPage Scan
115Around the throne of God in heavenPage Scan
116Over the ocean wave, far, far awayPage Scan
117Throw out the Life-Line across the dark wavePage Scan
118I've thought of little childrenPage Scan
119Little builders all are wePage Scan
120I hear the voices of childrenPage Scan
121Go forth, ye heralds! in My NamePage Scan
122I am but a pennyPage Scan
123Far out upon the prairiePage Scan
124Have you ever brought a penny to the missionary boxPage Scan
125I am a little Hindoo girlPage Scan
126Should you wish to be told the best use of a pennyPage Scan
127Hear the pennies droppingPage Scan
128Oh, send forth the Bible, more precious than gold!Page Scan
129Sing a song of jugs tonightPage Scan
130Out in the western wildPage Scan
131Only a single penny, 'Tis all I have to givePage Scan
132There is something on earth for the children to doPage Scan
133I cannot do great things for GodPage Scan
134"Give," said the little streamPage Scan
135To our dear Sabbath-school there ought many to comePage Scan
136Give to Jesus, give to JesusPage Scan
137Dear little children, please give to mePage Scan
138Softly, softly through the midnightPage Scan
139And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the fieldPage Scan
140List to the bells of Christmas!Page Scan
141Long, long ago in a manger lowPage Scan
142Hark! the merry, merry bellsPage Scan
143A star shone in the heavensPage Scan
144Cheerily hail the Christmas mornPage Scan
145'Round our sparkling Christmas treePage Scan
146O joyful bells of Christmas-tidePage Scan
147The anthem the angels were singingPage Scan
148Hark! the angels singingPage Scan
149Hail to the morn When Christ was bornPage Scan
150Gleam out, oh, Christmas brightnessPage Scan
151Little children, can you tellPage Scan
152To us this day in David's townPage Scan
153Merry, merry Christmas ev'rywhere!Page Scan
154In a country far awayPage Scan
155Ring the bells, the Christmas bellsPage Scan
156While shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
157Banish gloom and sadnessPage Scan
158He is coming! He is coming!Page Scan
159Christ was born in BethlehemPage Scan
160"Unto us a Child is born"Page Scan
161Hark, I hear the angel voicesPage Scan
162Cheerily, cheerily, sing once morePage Scan
163We saw a star, a bright new starPage Scan
164Through the blue and starry heavensPage Scan
165Merry Christmas bells are ringingPage Scan
166Wakeful shepherds, long agoPage Scan
167Tell me why is Christmas dayPage Scan
168What do we find in the mangerPage Scan
169Glory in the highest!Page Scan
170List, a thousand birds are singingPage Scan
171Gather, children, gather, Fragrant offerings bringPage Scan
172Shout, shout aloud the tidings of RedemptionPage Scan
173The little flowers came through the groundPage Scan
174"Christ the Lord is risen to-day"Page Scan
175Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
176On this glad triumphant morningPage Scan
177Let ev'ry childish voicePage Scan
178Low in the grave He lay--Jesus, my Saviour!Page Scan
179Now the bursting Spring awakesPage Scan
180Lift up, O little childrenPage Scan
181The bells are merrily ringingPage Scan
182Snowdrops lift your timid headsPage Scan
183Sweet Easter bells are ringingPage Scan
184From the cross on Calvary's mountainPage Scan
185Mary to her Saviour's tombPage Scan
186"I know that my Redeemer lives"Page Scan
187Children, to the risen SaviourPage Scan
188All the bells are sweet with musicPage Scan
189Little hands are clapping nowPage Scan
190The snow comes down so pure and whitePage Scan
191Little drops of waterPage Scan
192Oh, how brightly, how brightly the Sun moves alongPage Scan
193We'll rise up togetherPage Scan
194Two little eyes to look to GodPage Scan
195I asked the little joyous birdPage Scan
196Come, let us join our cheerful songs Page Scan
197God made the sky that looks so bluePage Scan
198Oh, tell us how our bread is madePage Scan
199I am so young, O JesusPage Scan
200What says the clock when it strieks one?Page Scan

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