The New Golden Censer: a musical offering to the sabbath schools

Editor: William B. Bradbury
Publisher: Biglow & Main, New York, 1870
Notes: Hymnal scan is missing pages 83 and 84.
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3Hark! the sweetest notes of angels singingPage Scan
4"Why should children hold their peace?"Page Scan
5Come to me, all ye that laborPage Scan
6Strains of music often greet mePage Scan
7Whatever cross the world may bringPage Scan
8Dare to do right! Dare to be true!Page Scan
9Why should cold or stormy weatherPage Scan
10Do you know any little barefoot boy?Page Scan
11aSoft be the gently breathing notesPage Scan
11bAsleep in Jesus! blessed sleepPage Scan
12Nothing either great or smallPage Scan
13aThere is no name so sweet on earthPage Scan
13bO land of rest! for thee I sighPage Scan
14When across the ocean widePage Scan
15Weeping will not save mePage Scan
16When Hosannahs loud resoundingPage Scan
17We are coming, blessed SaviourPage Scan
18aMy heavenly home is bright and fair Page Scan
18bMorn of Zion's gloryPage Scan
19Sinner! come, 'Mid the gloomPage Scan
20Never be afraid to speak for JesusPage Scan
21aIn the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
21bCast your care on JesusPage Scan
22We gather, we gather, dear Jesus, to bringPage Scan
23What shall I do for that kind FriendPage Scan
24O, who is my neighbor? pray tell mePage Scan
25Come, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
26aHow sweet in every trying scenePage Scan
26bWhen I can read my title clearPage Scan
27We journey on to the land abovePage Scan
28"The Master has come over Jordan"Page Scan
29O come and be happy with JesusPage Scan
30Holy and bright in the sweet sunlightPage Scan
31Adoring saints life up your headsPage Scan
32Let tomorrow take care of tomorrowPage Scan
34Jesus is our dearest friendPage Scan
35No mortal eye that land hath seenPage Scan
36Although I am a sinful childPage Scan
37aLet us all from day to dayPage Scan
37bFather, I know thy ways are just
38Do good, do good, there is ever a wayPage Scan
39All praise to Thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
40Had I but the faith of pious AbelPage Scan
41Thy will be done? In devious way
42Blessed Bible! how I love it!Page Scan
43I am Jesus' little LambPage Scan
44"I'm trying to climb up Zion's hill"Page Scan
45We must labor while 'tis dayPage Scan
46Gushing so bright in the mornning lightPage Scan
47O, a goodly thing is the cooling springPage Scan
48"I feel like singing all the time"Page Scan
49aWith humble heart and tonguePage Scan
49bAwake, and sing the songPage Scan
49cOnce more before we partPage Scan
50Go forth, young soldier of the CrossPage Scan
51aThe sacred banner of the CrossPage Scan
51bDismiss us with Thy blessing, LordPage Scan
52The gospel ship is sailing, sailing, sailingPage Scan
53Life's journey we have startedPage Scan
54We'll try to be like JesusPage Scan
55Go work today in the vineyard of the LordPage Scan
56Mary sat at the feet of JesusPage Scan
57Man the life-boat! man the life-boat!Page Scan
58A group of happy childrenPage Scan
59And may I still get there?Page Scan
60Do you know the little bandPage Scan
61Go and tell Jesus, weary, sin-sick soulPage Scan
62I love to think of the heavenly landPage Scan
63Heavenly home! heavenly home! precious name to me!Page Scan
64Let e'vry heart rejoice and singPage Scan
65Weary of wand'ring longPage Scan
66aA beautiful land by faith I seePage Scan
66bThere is a home, a happy homePage Scan
67Glory to the Father give, God, in whom we move and livePage Scan
68Thro' the world we daily roamPage Scan
69What do you do at the Sabbath schoolPage Scan
70Come to Jesus, Come to JesusPage Scan
71We are going, we are going To a home beyond the skiesPage Scan
72O, if my house is built upon a rockPage Scan
73aJesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
73bBlest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
74Happy and gay, I will hasten awayPage Scan
75Jesus, while this rough and desert soil I treadPage Scan
76When the six days work is o'er and donePage Scan
77Live on the field of battle!Page Scan
78Come, poor pilgrim, sad and wearyPage Scan
79Where, O where do we love to goPage Scan
80There'll be something in heaven for children to doPage Scan
81My father, I would be thy childPage Scan
82Scatter smiles, bright smiles, as you pass on your wayPage Scan
83My hope is built on nothing less
84aThis is the day the Lord hath made
84bWho are these in bright arrayPage Scan
85Zion, bright and fair, strong thy bulwarks arePage Scan
86aWelcome, kind friends and teachers dearPage Scan
86bHow happy is the youth who hearsPage Scan
87I saw One hanging on a treePage Scan
88O, we are volunteers in the army of the LordPage Scan
89Fade, fade each earthly joyPage Scan
90There is a glorious kingdom[There is a glorious kingdom]TextPage Scan

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