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Offices of Worship and Hymns: principally for use in schools. with an appendix of tunes (2nd and rev. ed.)

Publisher: Moravian Pub. Office, Bethlehem, Penn., 1883
Denomination: Moravian Church in America (Unitas Fratrum)
Language: English
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201Glorious things of Thee are spokenPage Scan
202As birds their infant brood protectPage Scan
203I love Thy kingdom, LordPage Scan
204Come, let us join our friends abovePage Scan
205My Saviour God, my Sovereign PrincePage Scan
206'Twas the commission of our LordPage Scan
207Lord Jesus, who before Thy passionPage Scan
208According to Thy gracious wordPage Scan
209Lord, at Thy table I beholdPage Scan
210Welcome, sweet day of restPage Scan
211Blest is the work, my God and KingPage Scan
212Welcome, delightful morn!Page Scan
213This day belongs to God alonePage Scan
214Come, let us join with one accordPage Scan
215This is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
216Lord of the worlds abovePage Scan
217Jesus, where'er Thy people meetPage Scan
218How sweet Thy dwellings, Lord, how fairPage Scan
219Time! what an empty vapour 'tis!Page Scan
220Thee we adore, Eternal Name!Page Scan
221Ere mountains reared their forms sublimePage Scan
222My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
223One sweetly solemn thoughtPage Scan
224Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wingsPage Scan
225Oh, 'tis a folly and a crimePage Scan
226Remember thy Creator nowPage Scan
227Beneath our feet and o'er our headPage Scan
228Littlle travelers Zion-wardPage Scan
229We are out on an ocean sailingPage Scan
230There is a time,--we know not whenPage Scan
231The moment comes, the only onePage Scan
232And am I born to die?Page Scan
233Teach me the measure of my daysPage Scan
234I would not live alway; I ask not to stayPage Scan
235Lord, thou hast called Thy servant homePage Scan
236Death has been here, and borne awayPage Scan
237Happy soul! thy days are endedPage Scan
238Why should we start and fear to die?Page Scan
239Dearest of names, our Lord, our King!Page Scan
240Christ, my rock, my sure defencePage Scan
241My faith shall triumph o'er the grave Page Scan
242Unveil thy bosom, faithful tombPage Scan
243When rising from the bed of deathPage Scan
244A dread and solemn hourPage Scan
245Day of judgment! day of wonders!Page Scan
246There is a house not made with handsPage Scan
247There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
248There is a happy landPage Scan
249I'm a pilgrim and I'm a strangerPage Scan
250Jerusalem, my happy home!Page Scan
251Come, Lord, and warm each languid heartPage Scan
252O mother dear, JerusalemPage Scan
253On Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
254Whither, pilgrims, are you goingPage Scan
255Joyfully, joyfully, onward I movePage Scan
256"For ever with the Lord!"Page Scan
257We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
258Who are these in bright arrayPage Scan
259Palms of glory, raiment brightPage Scan
260I'm but a traveler herePage Scan
261Around the throne of God in heavenPage Scan
262Happy the children who are gonePage Scan
263I want to be an angelPage Scan
264Though but a little child I amPage Scan
265I am a little child, you seePage Scan
266I will a little pilgrim bePage Scan
267Lord Jesus, we bless Thee that Thou wast a childPage Scan
268Gentle Jesus, meek and mildPage Scan
269Jesus, tender SaviourPage Scan
270When little Samuel wokePage Scan
271Little drops of waterPage Scan
272Saviour, like a shepherd lead usPage Scan
273I think when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
274We are but young; yet we may singPage Scan
275Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear mePage Scan
276From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
277Blow ye the trumpet, blowPage Scan
278Hasten, Lord, the glorious timePage Scan
279Watchman, tell us of the nightPage Scan
280When shall the voice of singingPage Scan
281Now be the Gospel bannerPage Scan
282Sovereign of worlds! display Thy powerPage Scan
283Oh, send forth the Bible, more precious than gold!Page Scan
284Hear the royal proclamationPage Scan
285Over the ocean-wave, far, far awayPage Scan
286O'er the realms of pagan darknessPage Scan
287To Thee, O blessed SaviourPage Scan
288Precious Saviour, of salvationPage Scan
289Preserved by Thine almighty powerPage Scan
290The Sunday school army has gather'd once morePage Scan
291Days and weeks and months returningPage Scan
292We bring no glittering treasuresPage Scan
293My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
294God of every land and nationPage Scan
295Great God of nations, now to TheePage Scan
296Great God! Thy watchful care we blessPage Scan
297Glory to the Father givePage Scan
298While with ceaseless course the sunPage Scan
299Again another fleeting yearPage Scan
300Great God! we sing that mighty handPage Scan

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