Maynard's Sabbath School Echo. 6th ed. of Maynard's Selected Sabbath School Hymns, with an Appendix

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Editor: Thomas Maynard
Publisher: Roberts, Printer, Utica, N.Y., 1861
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d1A beautiful land by faith I see
d2A giddy lamb, one afternoon
d3A poor wayfaring man of grief Hath often crossed
d4Afflictions, though they seem severe
d5All the week we spend
d6Amid the blue and starry sky
d7And is it true what I am told
d8Another week has passed away
d9Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d10At Sunday school you're sure to find
d11Be kind to each other
d12Beautiful Zion, built above; Beautiful city that I love
d13Blest are the dead, for they've a rest
d14Blow ye [you] the trumpet, blow
d15Book of grace, and book of glory
d16By the side of a river so clear
d17Child amid [amidst] the flowers at play
d18Children all, both great and small
d19Children, come, will you come
d20Children hath not a voice within
d21Christ is merciful and mild
d22Come and sing with joy and gladness
d23Come and sweetly tune your voices
d24Come, children, and join in our festival song
d25Come, children ere we part
d26Come, children, let us sweetly sing
d27Come children raise your voices high
d28Come children, to the promised land
d29Come, come, come, daylight's passed away
d30Come, come, come, don't delay haste away
d31Come, let us all awake
d32Come, let us all unite and sing
d33Come, let us sing of Jesus, While hearts and accents blend
d34Come, let us sweetly sing, join in full chorus
d35Come, little children, O come unto me
d36Come, little soldiers, join in our band
d37Come, saith [said] [says] Jesus' sacred voice
d38Come to the mercy seat, Come to the place
d39Come where joy and gladness
d40Days and weeks, and months, returning
d41Dear Father, e're we part, Now [O] let thy grace
d42Dear Jesus ever at my side, How loving must
d43Death has been here, and borne away A sister [brother] [scholar] from our side
d44Do good, do good, there's ever a way
d45Down in a green and shady bed
d46Father, hear, to thee we raise
d47From the wide, far stretching prairies
d48Gladly, brothers, gladly Wake the joyous strain
d49Gladly meeting, kindly greeting
d50Go thou, in life's fair morning
d51Go, when the morning shineth
d52Gone to his slumbers, and gone with the blest
d53Gracious Savior, gentle [holy] Shepherd, Little ones [All thy lambs] [Children all]
d54Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morning
d55Happy angels, still ye [you] dwell
d56Happy, happy Sunday, thou day of peace and heaven
d57Happy land, happy land, beyond the skies
d58Hark, ten thousand harps and voices
d59Hark, the bells of holy Sabbath
d60Hark, the morning bells are ringing Children, haste without delay
d61Hark, what mean those holy voices
d62Have you ever heard the echoes
d63Hear the temperance call, freemen
d64Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing on the instructions
d65Heavenly home, heavenly home, precious name
d66Here we throng to praise the Lord
d67Ho reapers of life's harvest why stand with rested blade
d68Holy and bright is the softened light
d69Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine
d70Holy Bible, well I love thee
d71Holy Father, thou hast taught me [us]
d72Hosannas were by children sung
d73How bright the day, the joyful day
d74How happy are they, Who the [their] Savior [Jesus] obey
d75How loving is Jesus, Who came from the sky
d76How pleasant here again to meet
d77How pleasant thus to dwell below
d78How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning [season] of rest
d79How sweet is the Sabbath to me
d80Hushed be my murmurings
d81I have a Father in the promised land
d82I know thou art gone to the home of thy rest
d83I know 'tis Jesus loves my soul
d84I lay my sins on Jesus
d85I live for those who love me, whose hearts
d86I must be a loving child
d87I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d88I want to be an angel, and with the angels stand
d89I was a wandering sheep
d90I was vain and merry hearted
d91I'll awake at dawn on the Sabbath day
d92I'll rise up early in the morning
d93I'm a lonely traveler here
d94I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d95I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d96In the Christian's home in [of] glory
d97In the far better land of glory and light
d98In the silent midnight watches, list thy bosom's door
d99In the tempest of life when the wave and gale is round
d100In this world of grief and pain

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