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Hymns for Children (2nd ed.)

Editor: Rev. J. Freeman Young
Publisher: Daniel Dana, Jr., New York, 1860
Language: English
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iThe morning bright, With rosy lightPage Scan
iiThe daylight fades, The evening shadesPage Scan
iiiNow the dreary night is donePage Scan
ivMy God, who makes the sun to knowPage Scan
vFather, Thou hast heard my prayerPage Scan
viAt the close of every dayPage Scan
viiThe mellow eve is glidingPage Scan
viiiEre I sleep, for every favorPage Scan
ixJesus, tender Shepherd, hear mePage Scan
xNow as the day is endingPage Scan
xiGod, who madest earth and heaven[God, who madest earth and heaven]Page Scan
xiiThe sun is setting brightlyPage Scan
xiiiI have seen the setting sunPage Scan
xivUp above the bright blue skyPage Scan
xvFather, when I bend the kneePage Scan
xviDark shades of nightPage Scan
xviiMy home, my home belovedPage Scan
xviiiMy father, my mother, I knowPage Scan
xixI would not have my father frownPage Scan
xxWhen I look up to yonder skyPage Scan
xxiGod is in heaven--does He carePage Scan
xxii"Little children, love each other"Page Scan
xxiiiWhen, for some little insult givenPage Scan
xxivLord, I would own Thy tender carePage Scan
xxvLover of a little childPage Scan
xxviJesus, high in gloryPage Scan
xxviiOur God is great and highPage Scan
xxviiiI saw the glorious sun arisePage Scan
xxixYea, all things bright and beautifulPage Scan
xxxA little child may knowPage Scan
xxxiWhen the daylight breakingPage Scan
xxxiiSee the shining dewdropsPage Scan
xxxiiiIn the pleasant sunny meadowsPage Scan
xxxivThe Lord is my Shepherd, how happy am I!Page Scan
xxxvShepherd, in Thy bosom foldedPage Scan
xxxviThe Lambs of Jesus! who are theyPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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