Hymns for Youth, Suitable to be Used in Sabbath and Parochial Schools

Publisher: Presbyterian Board of Publication, Philadelphia, 1848
Denomination: Presbyterian hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: Hymns in the Supplement are numbered separately and preceded with an S.
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201My son, know thou the LordPage Scan
202What can an infant doPage Scan
203In the bright morn of life, when youthPage Scan
204We are but young--yet we may singPage Scan
205Lord, renew my sinful heartPage Scan
206When the Redeemer left his thronePage Scan
207See Israel's gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
208Where'er a child is meek and mildPage Scan
209Jesus, kind Shepherd of the sheepPage Scan
210Jesus, who reigns above the skyPage Scan
211Come, youthful sinners, come, haste to the SaviourPage Scan
212Young children once to Jesus camePage Scan
213Saviour, may a little childPage Scan
214Lord, teach a sinful child to prayPage Scan
215Lord, to thee I lift mine eyesPage Scan
216Lord, if thou thy grace impartPage Scan
217God is so good that he will hearPage Scan
218Soon as my youthful lips can speakPage Scan
219Children as young and weak as IPage Scan
220Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan
221My Father and my Friend, to theePage Scan
222When my cries ascend to theePage Scan
223Whither, but to thee, O Lord!Page Scan
224O thou the helpless orphan's hopePage Scan
225How glorious is our Heavenly KingPage Scan
226Jesus, that condescending KingPage Scan
227Almighty God! while heaven and earthPage Scan
228Jesus bids me seek his facePage Scan
229Saviour, like a shepherd lead usPage Scan
230Since Jesus loves to hear his praisePage Scan
231Our Father in heaven, thou madest the earthPage Scan
232How happy is the child who hearsPage Scan
233O 'tis a folly and a crimePage Scan
234Why should we spend our youthful daysPage Scan
235Many voices seem to sayPage Scan
236When a foolish thought withinPage Scan
237Our evil actions springPage Scan
238Lord, I am young, thy help I needPage Scan
239Happy beyond description, hePage Scan
240Happy the children who betimesPage Scan
241Heavenly Father, look on mePage Scan
242Blest, beyond all earthly blessingPage Scan
243Those children who a promise givePage Scan
244O 'tis a lovely thing for youthPage Scan
245Angels, that high in glory dwellPage Scan
246O that it were my chief delightPage Scan
247My heavenly Father, I confessPage Scan
248My Father, hear the humble prayerPage Scan
249Behold, what condescending lovePage Scan
250Saviour, who thy flock art feedingPage Scan
251O God of Abraham, hearPage Scan
252Dear Saviour, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
253O Lord, encouraged by thy gracePage Scan
254Great Saviour, who didst condescendPage Scan
255Thus saith the mercy of the LordPage Scan
256Attracted by love's sacred forcePage Scan
257A charge to keep I havePage Scan
258How serious is the chargePage Scan
259Blest is the man whose heart expandsPage Scan
260Here, gracious God, beneath thy feetPage Scan
261Eternal Being, Source of lovePage Scan
262Great God, our feeble efforts ownPage Scan
263May we who teach the rising racePage Scan
264Teacher divine, we bow the kneePage Scan
265Bestow, dear Lord, upon our youthPage Scan
266Author of faith, we seek thy facePage Scan
267Control my every thoughtPage Scan
268Great God, with heart and tonguePage Scan
269How should our souls delight to blessPage Scan
270To Jesus, the crown of my hopePage Scan
271The morning sky is bright and clearPage Scan
272The Sabbath morn is breakingPage Scan
273For worldly honour, I'd not wastePage Scan
274Come, let our voices joinPage Scan
275Father, with one accord we standPage Scan
276In this happy school we meetPage Scan
277Assembled in our school once morePage Scan
278Let us unite to bless the LordPage Scan
279Within these walls be peacePage Scan
280Let children that would fear the LordPage Scan
281Almighty Father, heavenly KingPage Scan
282Death has been here, and borne awayPage Scan
283A mourning class, a vacant seatPage Scan
284And now another hour is pastPage Scan
285For a season called to partPage Scan
286Come, Christian brethren, ere we partPage Scan
287Dismiss us with thy blessing, LordPage Scan
288Father, once more let grateful praisePage Scan
289God, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
290To thee, O blessed SaviourPage Scan
291Lord, we are spared again to meetPage Scan
292We bring no glittering treasuresPage Scan
293We have met in peace togetherPage Scan
294From year to year in love we meetPage Scan
295Lord, to our little round of yearsPage Scan
296How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning of restPage Scan
297Safely through another weekPage Scan
298This is the day when Christ arosePage Scan
299We've past another Sabbath dayPage Scan
300This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan

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