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Original Hymns for Sabbath Schools

Editor: J. S. W.
Publisher: Lilly, Wait, Colman, & Holden, Boston, 1833
Language: English
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1Great God, to thy children assembled, draw nearPage Scan
2Our Father, lend a listening earPage Scan
3The mind is a garden, and youth's sunny mornPage Scan
4Glad hearts to thee we bringPage Scan
5I feel within a wantPage Scan
6Star of promise! from abovePage Scan
7Feeble, helpless, how shall IPage Scan
8Behold that one of placid browPage Scan
9There is a land where we shall greetPage Scan
10My Father, God--the mighty OnePage Scan
11Father! day Passes awayPage Scan
12Tho' lost to our sight, we may not deplore theePage Scan
13Come, 'tis the hour of restPage Scan
14The sun hath gone to restPage Scan
15See from the east the sun arisePage Scan
16Blessing on thee Gracious LordPage Scan
17The spring is returning, the landscape is brightPage Scan
18When night has veiled the skyPage Scan
19When the joyous day is dawningPage Scan
20I will not weep, I will not weepPage Scan
21As o'er the earth the weary dovePage Scan
22Let children never fearPage Scan
23Father, now thy children seePage Scan
24How kind was the promise, but hard is the taskPage Scan
25We come our Sabbath hymn to raisePage Scan
26The voice of God, in accents clearPage Scan
27Teach me, Oh Father, with filial submissionPage Scan
28Come to God's altar! oh draw near!Page Scan
29The violet on its slender stalkPage Scan
30Jesus, who once dwelt hear on earthPage Scan
31Lord! teach my heart to learnPage Scan
32Like to the modest tender flowerPage Scan
33To Thee, great God, our prayers we bringPage Scan
34Earth's busy sounds and ceaseless dinPage Scan
35Upon the Jordan's healing floodPage Scan
36When clouds of trouble cast their shadows o'er your wayPage Scan
37Come, see the grassy bedPage Scan
38I know that earth is not the homePage Scan
39Grant us, Lord, thy choicest blessingPage Scan
40Lord, may this little bandPage Scan
41How good and happy I should bePage Scan
42In the freshness of youthPage Scan
43O thou whose constant love has shedPage Scan
44My God, when memory turns to gazePage Scan
45How very fast my years roll onPage Scan
46Father! I love to read of theePage Scan
47Grateful thanks, before we partPage Scan
48The sun is in the westPage Scan
49God, our father, our preserverPage Scan
50There is a flower, a holy onePage Scan
51He has gone to the home of the angels on highPage Scan
52Weep not that death hath called awayPage Scan
53Father of mercies! God of lovePage Scan
54Father of life! we raisePage Scan
55God o'er the universe presidesPage Scan
56We come great God with gladnessPage Scan
57When shall we all meet again?Page Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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