The Mother's Hymn Book. (Third stereotyped ed. Rev. and enl.)

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Editor: Thomas Hastings
Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph, New York, 1859
Language: English
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1In sleep's serene oblivion laidPage Scan
2We lift our hearts to theePage Scan
3New every morning is the lovePage Scan
4Thou, O Lord, didst hear my cryPage Scan
5Serene I laid me downPage Scan
6Now from labor and from carePage Scan
7Perpetual blessings from abovePage Scan
8My God, how endless is thy lovePage Scan
9Lord, thou wilt hear me when I prayPage Scan
10Thou, from whom we never partPage Scan
11When the worn spirit wants reposePage Scan
12The hours of evening closePage Scan
13The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
14Again, the Lord of life and lightPage Scan
15Lord of the Sabbath and its lightPage Scan
16Is there a time when moments flowPage Scan
17Sweet is the light of Sabbath evePage Scan
18Far from the world, O Lord, I fleePage Scan
19I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
20Now condescend, Almighty King!Page Scan
21Let us sound the infant chorusPage Scan
22My Father's house on highPage Scan
23Why to-day cast down in sorrowPage Scan
24With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
25The hour of deep solicitudePage Scan
26How sweet on thy bosom to restPage Scan
27Saviour, I look to theePage Scan
28In wakeful hours of nightPage Scan
29Yes, there is One above who knowsPage Scan
30In time of fearPage Scan
31O strange infirmity, to thinkPage Scan
32Why, when storms around you gatherPage Scan
33What rude conflict lies before mePage Scan
34Wait, my soul, upon the LordPage Scan
35Dear Lord, before thy thronePage Scan
36Quiet, Lord, this trembling framePage Scan
37Give to the winds thy fearsPage Scan
38Kindly the Lord appear'dPage Scan
39Jesus, thy boundless love to mePage Scan
40Disdain not, O eternal KingPage Scan
41The song of gratitude I'll raisePage Scan
42My God, thy service well demandsPage Scan
43Oh bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
44To thee, my God, my heart shall bringPage Scan
45Mother bids thee, lovely strangerPage Scan
46Say, while you press with growing lovePage Scan
47Gentle stranger, fearless comePage Scan
48Blessings attend thee, little onePage Scan
49Thy life I read, my dearest LordPage Scan
50O Lord, encouraged by thy gracePage Scan
51How great thy mercies, LordPage Scan
52The Saviour kindly callsPage Scan
53Behold what condescending lovePage Scan
54Long as he lives he shall be thinePage Scan
55"Forbid them not," the Saviour criedPage Scan
56When discipline, with piercing eyePage Scan
57When discipline, with temper mildPage Scan
58When the heart, oppressed with griefPage Scan
59Lord, assist us by thy gracePage Scan
60Grant us wisdom, gracious LordPage Scan
61Scorn not the slightest word or deedPage Scan
62Whatever dims thy sense of truthPage Scan
63The Author of salvationPage Scan
64Almighty God, thy piercing eyePage Scan
65One God I must worship supremePage Scan
66And is my heart defiled?Page Scan
67O why delayPage Scan
68Lord, I confess before thy facePage Scan
69Have pity on me, LordPage Scan
70Come, Holy Spirit, comePage Scan
71Come, Holy Spirit, heav'nly DovePage Scan
72O grieve ye not the Holy OnePage Scan
73Spirit of peace, celestial DovePage Scan
74Jesus, where'er thy people meetPage Scan
75Wherever two or three may meetPage Scan
76Behold the throne of grace!Page Scan
77Great God, we would to thee make knownPage Scan
78Within these quiet walls, O LordPage Scan
79O Lord, behold us at thy feetPage Scan
80Great God, with heart and tonguePage Scan
81Come, let us join our ourselves to GodPage Scan
82Come, let us join our friends abovePage Scan
83Come, thou desire of all thy saints!Page Scan
84How large the promise, how divinePage Scan
85O God of Abra'm, hearPage Scan
86The covenant of grace divinePage Scan
87My God, the cov'nant of thy lovePage Scan
88Thou God of sovereign gracePage Scan
89Dear Saviour, if these lambs should strayPage Scan
90Lord, we bow with deep contritionPage Scan
91How did the pious Ab'ram prayPage Scan
92Shepherd of the fold of GodPage Scan
93Shepherd of the little flockPage Scan
94Saviour, who thy flock art feedingPage Scan
95What sight on earth more blissfulPage Scan
96Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gonePage Scan
97Ere to the world again we goPage Scan
98How beauteous the morning appearsPage Scan
99Young and happy as thou artPage Scan
100Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan

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