Hymns, Selected and Original, for Sunday Schools of the Evangelical Lutheran Church

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d501When I go, I will go to the Sabbath-school
d502When I look up to yonder sky
d503When I sleep, and when I wake
d504When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay
d505When Jesus hung upon the tree
d506When little Samuel woke
d507When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain
d508When o'er earth is breaking
d509When shall the voice of singing flow
d510When shall we meet again, Meet ne'er [more] to sever
d511When the glorious work begun
d512Whene'er I take my walks abroad
d513Where do children love to go
d514Where shall a guilty child retire
d515Where two or three, with sweet accord
d516While guards around the Savior's tomb
d517While verdant hill and blooming vale
d518While wicked boys and girls we do meet
d519While with ceaseless [careless] course the sun
d520Whither but to thee, O Lord
d521Who made the sky that looks so blue
d522Who shall sing if not the children
d523Who showed the little [tiny] ant the way
d524Why did Jesus come from heaven
d525Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friends
d526Why should I join with those in play
d527Why should I say, 'tis yet too soon
d528Why should we spend our youthful days
d529Why will ye lavish out your years
d530Will God, who made the earth and sea
d531With joy we meet
d532Words are things of little cost, quickly spoken, quickly lost
d533Ye children whom a father's care
d534Ye fatherless and motherless
d535Ye followers of the Prince of peace
d536Ye hearts with youthful vigor warm
d537Ye youthful ones
d538Yes, dear Sabbath [Sunday] school, I love thee
d539Yes, my native land, I love thee
d540Yes, we trust the day is breaking
d541Young children once to Jesus came
d542Zion [Sion], the marvelous story be telling

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