Hymnal for Young Christians. 8th printing

Editor: Roger D. Nachtwey
Publisher: F. E. L. Publications, Chicago, Ill., 1966
Denomination: Roman Catholic Church
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d1A breath of spring, the birds want to sing
d2A cry in the night and a child is born
d3A friend can be short or tall
d4A sky without sunlight
d5A time to be born, a time to die
d6All creation shows the glory of the Lord
d7All the fruits of the land
d8Alleluia, sing to Jesus
d9At the end of time
d10Bless the Lord, bless the Lord, bless the Lord
d11Blessed are the poor in spirit
d12Blest be the name of the Lord
d13Break and eat this bread
d14Brother Jesus, I am small
d15Brothers, sisters, we are one
d16Cold and hunger taunt me
d17Come, kiss me with your tender lips
d18Come, let us sing songs of glory
d19Come, my brothers, and don't be afaid
d20Community means we are one
d21Every night before I sleep
d22For all the good things the Lord has done
d23For creation, praise
d24Fresh and green are the pastures
d25From the depth, Lord, hear my voice
d26From the depths of sin and sadness
d27Give thanks to the Lord, for it is good
d28God made a land to love in
d29God said he would send his son
d30Have mercy, Lord, blot out my sin
d31How beautiful your house, O Lord of hosts
d32How happy is the poor man
d33I go to our Father
d34I praised the earth in beauty seen [green]
d35I was hungry for the food of life
d36I will guard my ways lest my tongue sin
d37If in your life love abounds
d38If you come to eat, if you come to play
d39In Christ there is no east or [nor] west
d40In my soul I searched for love
d41In the very beginning God created man
d42Is the Lord my rock
d43Isr'l went out from Egypt
d44Jeremiah weeps while the city sleeps
d45Jesus was walking one day through Samaria
d46Join we now as friends, and celebrate
d47Just like the dry land longs for the trickling
d48Let all mortal flesh keep silence
d49Let us all be happy and glad in every land
d50Let us break bread together at the altar
d51Listen, sister, how I'm cryin'
d52Look for the good in small things
d53Look out on the sea
d54Made the heavens and made the earth
d55Many years ago when the world was young
d56Men who are true can have no shame
d57Mountains and hills, bless the Lord
d58My soul longs for the Lord
d59Not to us O Lord
d60Now, I was there the night Christ told us
d61O Lord, God of hosts, how very great
d62O Shepherd of the flock of Isr'l
d63On a Bethlehem hill the shepherds were sleeping
d64On beds of fine ivory you mighty ones recline
d65Open your ears, O Christian people
d66Peace I give you, peace I leave you
d67Peace I give you, peace I leave you
d68Rejoice, the Lord is King, Your God [Lord] and King adore
d69Rise up to shine, your light will come
d70Run come see the seed a crackin'
d71Shout out my soul of the love of God
d72Sing Halleluia, sing, sing unto God with joy
d73Sing out praise to God
d74Sing to God a joyous song
d75Sing to the Lord new music
d76Thank you, Father, for the seed
d77The bread will be the body of Christ
d78The coming of our God to fill the world
d79The heavens declare the glory of earth
d80The Lord gave everyone a law
d81The Lord is King, full of glory
d82The Lord is my Light and my Salvation
d83The Lord is my Shepherd, he is Lord
d84The Lord is my Shepherd, there is nothing I shall want
d85The road I'm on is hard Lord
d86The tree is tall the tree is high
d87The tree of life grows in paradise
d88The war is won the battle is done
d89Then Jesus spoke as he lifte up his eyes
d90There's a wideness in God's mercy
d91This is the day that the Lord has made
d92This is the sound, the sound of jubilee
d93Tremble, for the Lord is King
d94We are one in the spirit
d95We long for you, O Lord
d96We sat and wept by streams of Babylon
d97We shall overcome, we shall overcome, we shall overcome
d98We were slaves to ourselves
d99We're gonna march while sun still shines
d100What can we bring to offer

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