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Heart and Voice

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d201O would you be a sunbeam
d202On weary hearts descending
d203One holy church of God appears
d204One Lord there is, all lords above
d205One moment on the scaffold
d206Onward, onward, children
d207Our fathers' faith, we sing of thee
d208Our fathers were high minded men
d209Out of every clime and people
d210Over the land in glory breaketh the Easter morn
d211Part in peace, is day before us?
d212Past are the cross, the scourge, the thorn
d213Peaceful the morning, quiet the day
d214Praise the Lord, his works exalt
d215Praise to God and thanksgiving
d216Praise ye the Lord, who is King of all power
d217Press on press on ye sons of light
d218Purer yet and purer I would be in mind
d219Rejoice, the Lord is King, Your God [Lord] and King adore
d220Rouse up to work that waits for us
d221See the morning sunbeams
d222Should auld acquaintance be forgot
d223Should autumn's golden days depart
d224Silent night, peaceful night, all things sleep
d225Sleep, dearest baby, my loved one thou art
d226Sleep, my child, and peace attend thee
d227Sleep, my little Jesus
d228Slowly, by thy [God's] hand unfurled
d229Softly now, on angel pinions
d230Softly now the light of day
d231Softly the silent night
d232Sound over all waters, reach out from all lands
d233Sow in the morn thy [the] seed, At eve
d234Speak gently, it is better far
d235Standing on the shore at morning
d236Strew all their graves with flowers
d237Strong in the living God
d238Summer days once more are coming
d239Summer suns are glowing
d240Sweet evening hour, sweet evening hour
d241Take courage, temperance workers
d242Take my life, and let it be, consecrated
d243Take the fruit I give you
d244Teach me, my God and King
d245Tell me not, in mournful numbers
d246The bird, let loose in [from] eastern skies
d247The breaking waves dashed high
d248The bud will soon become a flower
d249The days are glidiing swiftly by
d250The ever changing seasons in silence come and go
d251The first Noel, the angel did say
d252The glory of the spring, how sweet
d253The golden rule, the golden rule
d254The hours of school are over
d255The King of love my shepherd is
d256The light of truth is breaking
d257The light pours down from heaven
d258The Lord be with us as we bend
d259The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know
d260The lovely Spring has come again
d261The morning hangs its signal
d262The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d263The mourners came at break of day
d264The rose is queen among the flowers
d265The spacious firmament on high
d266The still small voice that speaks within
d267The Sunday bells are calling
d268The sweet June days are [have] come again
d269The voice of old by Jordan's flood
d270There are loyal hearts, there are spirits brave
d271There is a happy home, far, far away
d272There's a strife we all must wage
d273They who seek the throne of grace
d274This day the sound upon the street
d275Thou art [Thou'rt] with me, O my Father
d276Thy kingdom come, on bended knee
d277To thee, O God in heaven, this little one we bring
d278Today a solemn stillness
d279'Twas a bluebird told the story
d280Warm o'er the skies the sunshine lies
d281We are building every day, at our work
d282We are marching onward to our home on high
d283We come, O God, with gladness
d284We come with songs of praise to thee
d285We plough [plow] the fields and scatter
d286We three kings of [from] Orient are
d287Weary am I, go to rest
d288Welcome, happy morning, age to age shall say
d289Welcome, welcome is the greeting
d290What does he plant who plants a tree
d291What is the law of thy beauty
d292What means this glory round our feet
d293What thou wilt, O Father, give
d294When evening shadows gather
d295When for me [us] the silent oar
d296When morning gilds the skies
d297When thy heart [with joy] o'erflowing Sings a thankful prayer
d298When twilight falls and night is nigh
d299When warmer suns and bluer skies
d300Whene'er the household board is spread

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