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d1A band of children free we
d2A city bright and fair
d3A voice that I hear, across the sea
d4Above the bruised face
d5Again we take our places
d6All around are kind and loving
d7All o'er the sacred pages
d8And as in olden days
d9Another six days' work is done
d10Another week is past, another
d11Are we like the fig tree
d12At the tomb of Lazarus standing
d13Awake, my soul, and with the sun
d14Beautiful angel on pinions of light
d15Beautiful river, flowing forever
d16Best of the seven, O holy day
d17Blessed are the poor in spirit, they are heirs of heavenly day
d18Blessed Jesus, Prince of glory
d19Blessed Redeemer, graciously hear us
d20Breast the wave Christian
d21By the wayside, near the city
d22By their fruits ye shall know
d23Children, children, hearken to me
d24Children, children why do you sing
d25Children hear the melting story
d26Children, would you know the story
d27Christ, you know, loved little children
d28Cold, cold was the night wind
d29Come to the Savior, make no delay
d30Down from the skies bending low
d31Draw nigh to us, our Father
d32Each one has a mission
d33Earnestly the ruler on the Lord did call
d34Fading away like the stars of the morning
d35Father, from whose hand doth spring
d36Father in heaven, while angels
d37Flee, as a bird, to your [yon] [the] mountain
d38From the Bethlehem manger home
d39From the Mount of Olives descending
d40Give, said the little stream
d41Go, return, the Lord deal gently with you
d42Go work today in my vineyard, We hear the Master say
d43Great Naaman the Syrian
d44Hail, happy morning, hail holy day
d45Happy hearts children bring
d46Hark to the voice of the Savior and Lord
d47Hast thou found the goodly pearl
d48He folds them in his bosom
d49He is the Shepherd, gentle and loving
d50Hear the blessed Savior say, Follow me
d51Hear the music of the rain falling down
d52Heavenly Father teach the way
d53Help us, O Lord, to walk
d54How beauteous are their [his] feet
d55I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest
d56I know not if the [or] dark or bright
d57I love to hear the story which angel [heavenly] voices tell
d58I want to be an angel, Before I mount above
d59I would not die early
d60I'm a little soldier boy
d61In the garden boldly Peter
d62In the house of God is a gathered band
d63Into thy loving care
d64Jesus, Lord of life and light
d65Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] come
d66Kind hearts are the gardens
d67Knocking, knocking, who is there, waiting, waiting
d68Late, late, so late! and dark the night and chill
d69Let little children come to me
d70Let us guard our thoughts
d71Let us kneel, for God is here
d72Life is an ocean, and each has his bark
d73List, the disciple band, Lord
d74Little children, Jesus loves you
d75Little eyes, little eyes Open with the morning light
d76Long ago when little children
d77Look to Jesus weary one look and live
d78Lord, as we enter Thy presence today
d79Lord, help me, the shriek
d80Lord, help us all to come
d81Lord, on this thy holy day
d82Lord, thy Word abideth
d83Lord, we pray thee, give
d84Loving Father, hear thy children
d85May we hallow thy name
d86May we look to the Lord
d87Mid the pastures green of the blessed isles
d88Morn so fair
d89My days are gliding swiftly by
d90My life flows [goes] on in [an] endless song
d91My soul be on thy [your] guard
d92Naught to charges false
d93Near the healing pool, Bethesda
d94Never fear, for tomorrow
d95No earthly sound is heard
d96No parents to love me
d97Not on the mount nor [not] beside
d98Nothing to love be silent
d99O come, my wandering soul
d100O dread on the mountains

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