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Millard's Hymns, Songs and Carols

Editor: G. Cooper, H. Millard
Publisher: H. Millard, New York, N.Y., 1882
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d1A gentle word is never lost
d2Again we meet together
d3Angry words, O never let
d4Another year, another year, has swiftly rolled away
d5Bear his banner onward
d6Beautiful angels of light
d7Beautiful mansions of the blest
d8Blest are the merciful, who prove
d9Christ is born, Christ is born, shout the tidings
d10Christ is risen, Christ is risen, Glory to the Father's name
d11Christmas bells are gaily ringing
d12Cling to the rock, brother
d13Come and join our merry band
d14Dark hung the night
d15Dawn may bring us care
d16Day by day our loved ones cross
d17Don't be discouraged, by brother
d18Faith in God's kindness
d19Father, 'tis the eventide
d20Fight the good fight bravely
d21Gathering the sheaves in the rising sun
d22Give, 'tis the Savior's precept
d23Give us this day our daily bread, Thy blessing be upon us all
d24God bless our pastor
d25Hallowed be thy name, We come with grateful songs
d26Happy, happy carols, sing
d27Here in love we meet
d28Ho toilers in God's vineyard
d29Hopeful hearts are never weary though the future darkly looms
d30How many souls grow weary
d31How sweet to gather
d32I will arise and go to Him
d33I'd be a standard bearer
d34I'd love to see my Savior
d35If my duties I've slighted
d36In the furrows of thy [my] life, scatter seed
d37In the lowly manger lying
d38Keep step on our march to the Savior
d39Keep your lamps burning
d40Lead us, O Savior, lead
d41Lest we faint beside
d42List our merry carol
d43Little Christian heroes
d44Little sowers on life's way
d45Lo he's knocking at every heart
d46My heart was filled with fears
d47O lovely star that shone so bright
d48O night so dark, so dreary
d49O safely through the gloom
d50O the beautiful hereafter
d51O the joyful bells
d52O the joys of so bright
d53O weary eyes that weep
d54O'er the ocean sailing
d55One by one, we're passing over
d56One gentle thought comes
d57Only a little while longer
d58Over the stream to the beautiful land
d59Raise the banner of the cross
d60Sabbath bells so sweetly calling
d61Safe from ocean
d62Safe in thy arms, O savior dear and blest
d63Savior, ever meek and mild
d64See, 'tis the lifeboat
d65Send the Bible to the heathen
d66Shadows fall around us now
d67Shall we ever grow old
d68Sing of the home of the good
d69Sing the dear old story
d70Sinner, heed the call
d71Something for Jesus, something each day
d72That's a kind word to say
d73The angels rolled the stone away
d74The battle rages high
d75The daughter slept, so calmly
d76The glaring sun of midday
d77The golden rule, the golden rule
d78The night was dark o'er
d79The poor ye have always
d80The sighing and the longing
d81There are lonely hearts to cherish
d82There are some who vanish
d83There are sunbeams to scatter
d84There's a path that upward leadeth
d85There's a rest from pain and sorrow
d86They were wanderers from the fold
d87Though full of sin and sorrow
d88Thy kingdom come, O Lord, we pray
d89True knights of the cross are we
d90Turn not from thy fallen
d91Undying love, O sweet the thought
d92Vain the guard appointed
d93Waiting for the call
d94Wanderers come to the fold
d95We are marching to the river
d96We shall clasp to our bosoms
d97Weary wanderers from the fold
d98What can I do for thee
d99What of the night, watchman
d100What were the blessed words

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