Living Fountain

Editor: S. W. Straub
Publisher: S. W. Straub & Co., Chicago, Ill., 1896
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d1A voice comes singing unto me
d2Abide in me, I am the vine
d3All around is bright and fair
d4All hail this day's return
d5Are you seeking for the kingdom
d6Arise, for thy light is come
d7As year unto year is added
d8Beautiful songs of truth and right
d9Beautiful star, Bethlehem's star
d10Blessed Jesus, I would sing
d11Breast the wave Christian
d12Brother is life's morning clouded
d13Cling to Jesus, weary mortal
d14Come and join our happy throng
d15Dear Savior, the clouds are all
d16Do not let your heart be troubled, saddened one believe in me
d17Don't think there is nothing for children to do
d18Down through the vanished ages
d19Drifting down life's turbid river
d20Earthly hopes may fade and die
d21Exalted Lord, we joy to know
d22Farewell, farewell, for thou art gone
d23Father, forgive, if thy goodness
d24God has kept us through the week
d25God made the beauteous flowers
d26God so loved his erring children
d27Going home, where Jesus waits us
d28Grander than [the] ocean's story
d29Happy, happy we might be
d30Have you ever wronged another
d31He will hold us by the hand
d32Hear the blessed Savior saying
d33Heavenly Father, gracious giver
d34Help me, dear Lord, my heart to raise
d35Here we come, here we come, on this lovely Sabbath morn
d36How blessed the lot of the Christian
d37I am passing down the valley
d38I must not speak an evil word
d39In the vineyard of the Master
d40I've many tender friends I know
d41Jesus loved the little children
d42Jesus needs the little children
d43Jesus said, A new commandment
d44Just as God leads me I am content
d45Lead me, O my heavenly Father
d46Leave all to him, he guideth all
d47Let us come, rejoicing, singing
d48Light after darkness, gain after loss
d49Little feet are wandering in the paths
d50Lord, we enter for the conflict
d51More of thy grace, O grant, I pray
d52Not here the sunlight glory
d53Now in life's beautiful morning
d54O ask of God for the right path
d55O blessed Redeemer, once thou wert a child
d56O blessed volume, book divine
d57O could I sing a song to touch
d58O drink at the fountain of truth divine
d59O Father dear, I know, I feel
d60O Father, teach me how to pray
d61O Galilee, sweet Galilee, How oft we fondly dream of thee
d62O God of love and power unknown
d63O hear the sweet bells as they ring
d64O Jesus, leave me not
d65O joyful, joyful tidings
d66O sing ye morning stars, rejoice
d67O the love of Jesus
d68O Thou from whom all goodness flows
d69O thought so sweet with comfort
d70O touch not and taste not the bright and sparkling cup
d71O turn toward Zion, thou lone, weary
d72O weary with vain regretting
d73O, wonderful love that the good Shepherd
d74On this holy Sabbath day
d75Passing away like the sunbeams at evening
d76Patiently waiting at your heart's door
d77Pilgrim to heaven, though dreary your night
d78Savior, may Thy loving care
d79Softly beam the rays of morning
d80Some earthly friendships fail us
d81Sometimes a light surprises
d82Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the cross
d83Thanks to thee, thou bounteous giver
d84The light is shining on the way
d85The little birds now seek their nest
d86The moments are flying, the daylight
d87The Savior now is calling thee
d88There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d89There is a place of sacred [waveless] rest, Far, far beyond the skies
d90There is an eye that never sleeps
d91There's a beautiful home, far away
d92There's a city over yonder
d93There's a fountain, they say
d94This life is one of labor
d95Thy way, not mine, O Lord
d96'Tis a story full of wonder
d97Upon the blessed pages
d98Walk in the light, so shalt thou [and you shall] know
d99We are but young, yet we may sing
d100We are coming from the hillside

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