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The Little Sower for Sabbath Schools

Editor: J. H. Rosecrans
Publisher: Baxter University of Music, New York, 1870
Language: English
Notes: This hymnal is numbered by page number (there are no hymn numbers).
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37Our Father in heavenPage Scan
38Behold, the seedtime comethPage Scan
39Come, come, comePage Scan
40Oh! le not your hearts be troubledPage Scan
41We'll not give up the BiblePage Scan
42Hark, the gentle shepherd nowPage Scan
43Lord, I hear of [that] [the] showers of blessingPage Scan
44Come to Jesus, hasten to himPage Scan
45Come boys, come girls, won't you volunteerPage Scan
46God is in Heaven, [and] can he hearPage Scan
47Hark, the tread of countless footstepsPage Scan
48Jesus loves the childrenPage Scan
49It is not with the multitudePage Scan
50My times are in Thy handPage Scan
51Speak ever gentlyPage Scan
52Slow to anger, full of kindnessPage Scan
53To leave my dear friends, and with [from] my neighbors [kindred] to departPage Scan
54Littlle travelers Zionward Each one enteringPage Scan
55There are lights by the shore [in the harbor] of that countryPage Scan
56There's a beautiful story, the scriptures tellPage Scan
58Fellow traveler, dost thou knowPage Scan
59The valleys and the mountainsPage Scan
60Many sweet children have lived and diedPage Scan
62Depth of mercy, can there be, Mercy still reserved for me?Page Scan
63The years are passing swiftlyPage Scan
64We are a band of merry childrenPage Scan
66Give glory to God in the highestPage Scan
67Fair and bright the morningPage Scan
68Don't you hear the angels singPage Scan
69I lay my sins on JesusPage Scan
70O wondrous story of the LordPage Scan
71The sweetest music mortals hearPage Scan
72Hail, all hail, this glad New YearPage Scan
73The hill of Zion rises highPage Scan
74They are sowing their seed in the daylightPage Scan
75Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
76Come unto me at the morningPage Scan
77Beautiful child with clustering hairPage Scan
78O hark, and hear the songPage Scan
80Our home beyond forever fairPage Scan
81Shall we meet beyond the riverPage Scan
82Pilgrims on the heavenwardPage Scan
83Lo on a narrow neck of landPage Scan
84I am waiting upon the green shorePage Scan
86O songs of faith that pilgrims singPage Scan
87The Lord forever reignethPage Scan
88O dark is the wearisomePage Scan
89Out across the ocean sailingPage Scan
90There comes a sound of woePage Scan
91O mighty Savior, grant this dayPage Scan
92I want to be like Jesus, So lowly and so meekPage Scan
93O will the glorious saviorPage Scan
94Brothers, will you go with mePage Scan
95There is a land celestialPage Scan
96Children of this favored nationPage Scan
98O bright is the shore that liesPage Scan
99To the world abovePage Scan
100There is a beautiful landPage Scan
101O for the peace which [that] floweth as [like] a riverPage Scan
102Happy spirits joyful risePage Scan
104All around is bright and fairPage Scan
105Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyesPage Scan
106Earth at times to us appearsPage Scan
107Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surgesPage Scan
108Listen to the Sabbath bellPage Scan
109What can I give to JesusPage Scan
110Hail, dear friends and schoolmatesPage Scan
111When God the earth and heavenPage Scan
112We come, we come, with singingPage Scan
113O for the death of thosePage Scan
114We're hastening at our King's commandPage Scan
115Beside the throne of God most highPage Scan
116Strive for the rightPage Scan
117Wildly toss the foamingPage Scan
118Make a joyful noise unto the LordPage Scan
120Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
121Though oft mine eyes with wondering gazePage Scan
122I seem to hear a voice withinPage Scan
123Hosanna be the children's [people's] songPage Scan
124From our number one has comePage Scan
125See the merry, merry sunshine, as it comesPage Scan
126Hail, my ever blessed JesusPage Scan
127Far o'er the sea are heathen landsPage Scan
128The book of books, the BiblePage Scan
129A little further on, pilgrimPage Scan
130Will you come and join our armyPage Scan
131There is a shining cityPage Scan
132O star of light the shepherdsPage Scan
133Behold what condescending lovePage Scan
134Savior, lead us gently, kindlyPage Scan
135Children hear the melting storyPage Scan
136Sing, gladly, sweetly singPage Scan
137Jesus, tender shepherd, hear usPage Scan
138When winter snow falls fastPage Scan
139Our Father who art in heavenPage Scan
140With songs of heartfelt praisePage Scan
141Loud and clear the sweetPage Scan
142All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fallPage Scan
143We are waiting, watchingPage Scan
144When we pass through yonder riverPage Scan

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