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Hymns of Progress

Editor: Levi K. Coonley
Publisher: William White & Co., Boston, Mass., 1864
Denomination: Spiritualists (general)
Notes: Page Images IAg, GB
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d1A beautiful land of light I see
d2A gentle word hath a magic power
d3A home in heaven, what a joyful thought
d4A little word in kindness said
d5A new and blessed era
d6A soldier of the legion lay dying in Algiers;
d7A song for the fountain
d8A stranger preached last Sunday
d9A traveller through a dusty road
d10Adieu, adieu, we now must part
d11An angel thing, a spell of joy
d12Angels loved the precious pearl
d13Around the blazing hearth of home
d14Art not weary of thy wandering?
d15Away with the cup I so oft revelled round
d16Be firm, be bold, be strong, be true
d17Be thou, O God, exalted high
d18Bird of the brighter land
d19Bless God for rain, the good man said
d20Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d21Brother, there is bending o'er thee
d22Clime of the brave, the high heart's home
d23Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove
d24Come, let us join our friends above, who [that] have obtained the prize
d25Come, O my [our] soul [souls], in sacred [joyous] lays
d26Come on, my partners in distress
d27Come sing to me of heaven
d28Companion dear, the hour draws nigh
d29Day is breaking, earth is waking Darkness from the hills is gone
d30Dear mother, listen to my song
d31Do good, do good, there's ever a way
d32Do good, do good, we are never too young
d33Do they miss me at home, do they miss me?
d34Draw aside the snowy curtains
d35Ere peace and Freedom, hand in hand
d36Far from mortal cares retreating
d37Father and Friend, Thy light, thy love
d38Father, grant us now thy blessing
d39For a season called to part
d40For freedom, the soul of our nation
d41Fount of wisdom, Source of life
d42Friend after friend departs
d43From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d44From pleasures that woo
d45Full oft we wake from weary dreams
d46Go forth to life, O child of earth
d47God is love, his mercy brightens
d48God of our liberties, God of our victories
d49God of the mountain, God of the storm
d50Great God, the heavens well ordered frame
d51Great God, thy face I cannot see
d52Gushing so bright in the mornning light
d53Hark, I hear an angel sing
d54Hark, the trump of war is sounding
d55Hark, what sweet voices do I hear
d56Have faith in man, thy brother
d57Have you heard, have you heard of that [the] sun-bright [heavenly] clime
d58Hear the wild bird sweetly sing
d59Heard you not the din of battle
d60Heaven is it a place
d61Heed well what the angel to mourners said
d62Ho ye that rest beneath the rock
d63Hope like an angel fom the skies
d64How beauteous are their [his] feet
d65How blest the place where heaven is
d66How blest the righteous when he dies
d67How happy is he born and [or] taught
d68How helpless nature lies
d69How long, O Lord, am I to stay
d70How pleasant here each day to meet
d71How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sight
d72How sweet the hour of closing day
d73How sweet to reflect on the [those] joys that await me [us]
d74How vain is all beneath the skies [sky]
d75Hurrah, for the purple glass
d76Hush, I cannot bear to see thee
d77I am all alone in my chamber now
d78I am dreaming, sadly dreaming
d79I beheld a golden portal in the visions of my slumber
d80I gazed down life's dim labyrinth
d81I live for those who love me, whose hearts
d82I long for the sure life
d83I love to steal awhile away
d84I remember a voice which once guided my way
d85I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d86I used to think that yonder sky
d87I wondered but one summer night
d88I would not change this happy scene
d89If any be distressed, and fain would gather
d90If I were a sunbeam, I know what I would do I
d91If others spend their youthful days
d92If the popor man pass thy door
d93If the tear of love should wound the heart
d94If yon bright orbs which gem the night
d95I'm a lonely traveler here
d96I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d97In every human mind we see
d98In the silence of the midnight
d99In the vineyard of our father
d100Inspirer and hearer of prayer

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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