Our Sunday School: for the Sunday school and social meetings

Editor: J. E. Trowbridge
Publisher: J. M. Russell, Boston, 1879
Language: English
Notes: Includes the Cantata of Lydia starting on page 113.
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1As with gladness men of oldPage Scan
2For the beauty of the earthPage Scan
3When His salvation bringingPage Scan
4We come to thee, dear SaviourPage Scan
5Jesus, meek and gentlePage Scan
6Holy, holy, holy LordPage Scan
7Soldiers of Zion, 'tis Jesus' commandPage Scan
8Gracious Saviour, gentle ShepherdPage Scan
9When Jesus left His Father's thronePage Scan
10I need Thee, precious JesusPage Scan
11Forward! be our watchwordPage Scan
12Jesus, Thou hast promis'dPage Scan
13Saviour, blessed Saviour, Listen while we singPage Scan
14O'er the hills! the sun is settingPage Scan
15In that world of ancient storyPage Scan
16Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearPage Scan
17Sleep not, soldier of the Cross!Page Scan
18Christ the Lord is ris'n today!Page Scan
19Christ the Lord is risen againPage Scan
20Crowns of glory ever brightPage Scan
21He is risen, He is risenPage Scan
22Morning breaks upon the tombPage Scan
23Sinner, come to Jesus!Page Scan
24I chose the way of sinPage Scan
25All glory, laud and honorPage Scan
26Every hope is brightenedPage Scan
27The day is past and gonePage Scan
28At the feet of JesusPage Scan
29O Saviour, hear a little childPage Scan
30Enter in; ye heavy ladenPage Scan
31Awake from thy slumberPage Scan
32Light and comfort of my soulPage Scan
33The spotless Lamb is chosen and slainPage Scan
34If the peace of God be with mePage Scan
35Wake the anthem, wild and freePage Scan
36"Sons of God!" O can it bePage Scan
37Thou art my portion, O my GodPage Scan
38When our Lord, was triumph bringingPage Scan
39Rock of Ages! cleft for me!Page Scan
40When the heart is bowed down with its griefPage Scan
41Jesus, be ever nearPage Scan
42Lord, from the depths to Thee I cryPage Scan
43Jesus, Lover of my soulPage Scan
44Our feet are apt to wanderPage Scan
45Wand'ring from my Heavenly FatherPage Scan
46When morning beams with glory brightPage Scan
47Think not, oh pilgrim, of thy lossPage Scan
48"Sons of God!" O can it bePage Scan
49Every little kindly deedPage Scan
50In Thy presence I would dwellPage Scan
51O Lord, I would delight in TheePage Scan
52Do not I love Thee, O my LordPage Scan
53The day is gently sinking to its closePage Scan
54We're bound for the city of renownPage Scan
55There's death in the wine-cup!Page Scan
56Hail, peaceful hour, supremely blestPage Scan
57The beautiful liliesPage Scan
58I'll tarry not in all the plain!Page Scan
59Linger yet, O Holy DovePage Scan
60Wake, for the Master calleth!Page Scan
61Jesus, refuge of the wearyPage Scan
62Faith is the polar starPage Scan
63Welcome ye always arePage Scan
64There is no love like the love of JesusPage Scan
65Going forth, the shepherd calleth Page Scan
66How the Saviour loves the childrenPage Scan
67Be not swift to take offencePage Scan
68Into Thy store-house, O Lord, I comePage Scan
69Stand! hold fast thy Lord confessingPage Scan
70Oh! be happy, oh! be joyful little childrenPage Scan
71O what shall I give to the SaviourPage Scan
72I love the blessed storyPage Scan
73Joyfully, joyfully welcome the dayPage Scan
74Jesus lives in heavenPage Scan
75O how glorious is our homePage Scan
76O, let me ever dwell, Saviour with TheePage Scan
77Out of the darkness and into the lightPage Scan
78I am a little gleanerPage Scan
79As flows the riverPage Scan
80List to the story Jesus hath spokenPage Scan
81O, Christian, watch, and fight, and pray!Page Scan
82All the fullness of the seaPage Scan
83Fight the fight and never falterPage Scan
84If the world would separate mePage Scan
85Hail! oh little Christian sailorPage Scan
86As pants the wearied hart for cooling springsPage Scan
87Be not discouraged troubled heartPage Scan
88All hail to thee, Thanksgiving DayPage Scan
89A little while longer to laborPage Scan
90I'm but a little child, mammaPage Scan
91Where a sorrow seeks reliefPage Scan
92Once again the wondrous storyPage Scan
93Once in royal David's CityPage Scan
94Ring forth in joyful carollingsPage Scan
95As of old the wise menPage Scan
96Delightful place, where Jesus dwellsPage Scan
97When night comes with shadows darkPage Scan
98Joy fills our inmost heart to-dayPage Scan
99Hark! a Christmas carol risesPage Scan
100Glory to God in the highest!Page Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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