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Hymn, Tune, and Service Book for Sunday Schools

Publisher: American Unitarian Association, Boston, 1869
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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1Dear Saviour, we come, and our young hearts we bringPage Scan
2Oh come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
3God is so good that he will hearPage Scan
4He liveth long who liveth wellPage Scan
5Father in heaven! thy ceaseless lovePage Scan
6How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
7Come, let us all, with heart and voicePage Scan
8With joy, kind Parent, we have comePage Scan
9Assembled in our school once morePage Scan
10The voice of God, in accents clearPage Scan
11Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayerPage Scan
12O thoughts of heaven, pure thoughts of heaven!Page Scan
13Great God, and wilt thou condescendPage Scan
14From year to year in love we meetPage Scan
15Up to the throne of God is bornePage Scan
16We've met another Sabbath dayPage Scan
17Peacefully lay her down to restPage Scan
18Earnestly pray! God giveth all!Page Scan
19He leadeth me! Oh blessed thought!Page Scan
20Among the deepest shades of nightPage Scan
21I would a youthful pilgrim bePage Scan
22Why have we lips, if not to singPage Scan
23From heaven above to earth I comePage Scan
24How sweet to be allowed to prayPage Scan
25As children once to Christ were broughtPage Scan
26Help us to help each other, LordPage Scan
27I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
28Before I close my eyes to sleepPage Scan
29How sweet, upon this sacred dayPage Scan
30Almighty God! while earth and heavenPage Scan
31Blest day of God! most calm, most brightPage Scan
32Almighty Father! I am weakPage Scan
33There is a book who runs may readPage Scan
34Dear Father, let thy loving eyePage Scan
35O gracious God, in whom I live!Page Scan
36I love the sunshine everywherePage Scan
37Scorn not the slightest word or deedPage Scan
38We come in childhood's innocencePage Scan
39It was our heavenly Father's lovePage Scan
40Oh help us, Lord! each hour of needPage Scan
41A little word, in kindness spokenPage Scan
42There's not a tint that paints the rosePage Scan
43God might have made the earth bring forthPage Scan
44I saw a little blade of grassPage Scan
45This is the first and great commandPage Scan
46The Lord attends when children prayPage Scan
47Will God, who made the earth and seaPage Scan
48The night is gone, the day is herePage Scan
49When children give their hearts to GodPage Scan
50Whene'er I take my walks abroadPage Scan
51Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan
52See! the kind shepherd, Jesus, standsPage Scan
53The ocean looketh up to heavenPage Scan
54Even he, who lit the stars of oldPage Scan
55When warmer suns and bluer skiesPage Scan
56There's music in the midnight breezePage Scan
57God makes the earth all beautifulPage Scan
58Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
59While shepherds watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
60Hark the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
61The dove, let loose in Eastern skiesPage Scan
62The golden rule, the golden rulePage Scan
63The still small voice that speaks withinPage Scan
64Kind friends have decked the Christmas-treePage Scan
65The sweet June days are come againPage Scan
66Ye joyous ones, upon whose browPage Scan
67How sweet, how heavenly is the sightPage Scan
68Ye friends of youth, who stand aroundPage Scan
69Hail, sweetest, dearest tie that bindsPage Scan
70Give me the tongue that always shrinksPage Scan
71Almighty Father, heavenly KingPage Scan
72When, for some little insult givenPage Scan
73Come, let us all unite to praisePage Scan
74Another hand is beckoning usPage Scan
75Now that our journey's just begunPage Scan
76Thou art my morning, God of lightPage Scan
77As thou forgivest usPage Scan
78Blest are the pure in heartPage Scan
79I often say my prayersPage Scan
80How gentle God's commandsPage Scan
81'Tis God the spirit leadsPage Scan
82Incline our hearts to learnPage Scan
83I was a wandering sheepPage Scan
84Come, wandering sheep, oh come!Page Scan
85A charge to keep I havePage Scan
86The breaking waves dashed highPage Scan
87Bright things can never diePage Scan
88Sweet thoughts can never diePage Scan
89A crown of glory brightPage Scan
90I'm but a traveller herePage Scan
91There is a happy homePage Scan
92Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
93Our Father, hear us nowPage Scan
94My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
95God bless our native land!Page Scan
96Shepherd of thy little flockPage Scan
97Hear ye not a voice from heavenPage Scan
98Suppliant, lo! Thy children bendPage Scan
99To thy pastures, fair and largePage Scan
100Children of the heavenly King Page Scan

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