The Little Seraph: in seven character notes, for churches and Sunday-schools

Editor: J. R. Graves
Publisher: J. R. Graves, Memphis, Tenn., 1874
Denomination: Southern Baptist Convention, 1845-
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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5Praise God, from whom all blessings flowOLD HUNDREDTextPage Scan
6aTriumphant Zion, lift thy, headANVERNTextPage Scan
6bMy hope is built on nothing less SOLID ROCKTextPage Scan
7Asleep in Jesus? blessed sleep!RESTTextPage Scan
8aBehold a Stranger at the doorFEDERAL STREETTextPage Scan
8bFrom ev'ry stormy wind that blowsRETREATTextPage Scan
9aGreat God of nations! now to theeUXBRIDGETextPage Scan
9bBroad is the road that leads to death WINDHAMTextPage Scan
10aGod is the refuge of his saintsWARDTextPage Scan
10bGlory to thee, my God this night EVENING HYMNTextPage Scan
11Rocked in the cradle of the deepNIGHT THOUGHTTextPage Scan
12When I survey the wondrous crossCLINGING TO THE CROSSTextPage Scan
13Thus far the Lord has led me onHEBRONTextPage Scan
14What means this eager, anxious throngJESUS OF NAZARETHTextPage Scan
15aMy God, how endless is thy loveGRATITUDETextPage Scan
15bHere at thy cross, incarnate GodFORESTTextPage Scan
16aMy heavenly home is bright and fairWE'LL WAITTextPage Scan
16bSweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of prayer!HOUR OF PRAYERTextPage Scan
17There is a stream whose gentle flowPASCHAL LAMBTextPage Scan
18aJesus, I love thy charming nameBROWNTextPage Scan
18bThere is a fountain fill'd with bloodFOUNTAINTextPage Scan
19aHow oft, alas! this wretched heartESLITextPage Scan
19bSalvation, oh, the joyful soundMELODYTextPage Scan
20aMust Jesus bear the cross aloneCROSS AND CROWNTextPage Scan
20bAlas! and did my Saviour bleed? ALAS! AND DID MY SAVIOUR BLEEDTextPage Scan
21Majestic sweetness sits enthroned ORTONVILLETextPage Scan
22Joy to the world! the Lord is come!ANTIOCHTextPage Scan
23aI love to steal, awhile awayWOODSTOCKTextPage Scan
23bWhy do we mourn departing friendsCHINATextPage Scan
24aEarly, my God, without delayLANESBOROUGHTextPage Scan
24bSweet land of rest, for thee I sighSWEET LAND OF RESTTextPage Scan
25How sweet the name of Jesus soundsASHLANDTextPage Scan
26aFather, I stretch my hands to theeI DO BELIEVETextPage Scan
26bOur Father! through the coming yearMEARTextPage Scan
27aFather! whate'er of earthly blissNAOMITextPage Scan
27bOnce more, my soul, the rising dayPETERBOROTextPage Scan
28aAll hail, the pow'r of Jesus' name!CORONATIONTextPage Scan
28bSing to the Lord a new-made songCAMBRIDGETextPage Scan
29Our souls, by love together knit ARLINGTONTextPage Scan
30Ye valiant soldiers of the crossBRIGHT CROWNTextPage Scan
31aCome, let us lift our joyful eyesAZMONTextPage Scan
31bOh, for a closer walk with GodBALERMATextPage Scan
32aAlas! and did my Saviour bleedAVONTextPage Scan
32bTo us a Child of Hope is bornZERAHTextPage Scan
33As on the cross the Saviour hungTHE PENITENT THIEFTextPage Scan
34aHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsHEBERTextPage Scan
34bGod moves in a mysterious wayMARLOWTextPage Scan
35aOn Jordan's stormy banks I standSTEM THE STORMTextPage Scan
35bOh, how I love thy holy law!MEMPHISTextPage Scan
36aMy soul, be on thy guardLABANTextPage Scan
36bDid Christ o'er sinners weepBOYLSTONTextPage Scan
37I was a wand'ring sheepLEBANONTextPage Scan
38aLord God, the Holy GhostST. THOMASTextPage Scan
38bAnd canst thou, sinner, slightDOYLETextPage Scan
39aO sing to me of heavenNO SORROW THERETextPage Scan
39bGrace!--'tis a charming soundSHAWMUTTextPage Scan
40aSow in the morn thy seedDOVERTextPage Scan
40bMary to the Saviour's tombMARTYNTextPage Scan
41Safely through another weekSABBATHTextPage Scan
42aAsk ye what great things I knowHENDONTextPage Scan
42bLord, I perish: save, I criedGRACE IS FREETextPage Scan
44aAm I called? and can it be?PEDDIETextPage Scan
44bChildren of the heav'nly KingPLEYEL'S HYMNTextPage Scan
45Jesus, Saviour, pilot meSAVIOUR, PILOT METextPage Scan
46aWatchman! tell us of the nightWATCHMANTextPage Scan
46bHallelujah, who shall partELTHAMTextPage Scan
47aRock of Ages, cleft for meROCK OF AGESTextPage Scan
47bCome to Jesus, Come to JesusCOME TO JESUSTextPage Scan
48aDepth of mercy!--can there beALETTATextPage Scan
48bSoftly fades the twilight rayHOLLEYTextPage Scan
49From Greenland's icy mountainsMISSIONARY HYMNTextPage Scan
50aThe morning light is breakingWEBBTextPage Scan
50bOh, who'll stand up for JesusCONSECRATIONTextPage Scan
51Come, thou Fount of ev'ry blessingNETTLETONTextPage Scan
52aHark! ten thousand harps and voicesHARWELLTextPage Scan
52bMine the cross and thine the gloryMINE THE CROSSTextPage Scan
54When we hear the music ringing SHALL WE KNOW EACH OTHER?TextPage Scan
55My heav'nly home is bright and fair GOING HOMETextPage Scan
56I love to tell the story I LOVE TO TELL THE STORYTextPage Scan
57I am coming to the crossTRUSTINGTextPage Scan
58I lay my sins on JesusALTARTextPage Scan
59Heav'nly home! heav'nly home! HEAVENLY HOMETextPage Scan
60Fading, still fading, the last beam is shiningLAST BEAMTextPage Scan
61We're trav'ling home to heav'n aboveWILL YOU GO?TextPage Scan
62aSay, brothers, will you meet usSAY, BROTHERSTextPage Scan
62bGive! give! cheerfully giveCHEERFULLY GIVETextPage Scan
64Only just across the riverOVER ON THE OTHER SIDETextPage Scan
65To-day the Saviour callsTO-DAYTextPage Scan
66aThere is no name so sweet on earthSHINING SHORETextPage Scan
66bI am waiting by the riverWAITINGTextPage Scan
68aBlow ye the trumpet, blowLENOXTextPage Scan
68bWelcome, delightful mornLISCHERTextPage Scan
69We go the way that leads to GodWE'RE GOING HOME TO DIE NO MORETextPage Scan
70aI love the volume of thy wordNASHVILLETextPage Scan
70bCome, thou long expected Jesus BAVARIATextPage Scan
71Nothing but leaves, the Spirit grievesNOTHING BUT LEAVESTextPage Scan
72Oh, could we speak the matchless worthARIELTextPage Scan
73Amazing grace! how sweet the soundHOW I LOVE JESUSTextPage Scan
74Know each other, blessed comfort!WE SHALL KNOW EACH OTHER THERETextPage Scan
76Tell me the old, old story [Tell me the old, old story]TextPage Scan

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