The Pearl

Editor: J. M. Kieffer
Publisher: S. Brainard & Sons, Cleveland, Oh., 1871
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d1A few more days my weary heart
d2A little sin, it seems, at first
d3Abide with us, dear Savior, we feel so much alone
d4Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d5Amidst the cheerful bloom of youth
d6And can I yet delay
d7Another hand is beckoning us
d8Are you weary, heavy laden
d9Behold the western evening light
d10Blessed are they that do his commandments
d11Brightest and best of the sons [stars] of the morning
d12Bring your every care to Jesus, Jesus, your almighty friend
d13Brothers, will you go with me
d14By cool Siloam's shady rill
d15Calm on the listening ear of night
d16Cease, wavering heart this troubled strife
d17Child art thou weary in the path below
d18Children, come, the Savior's call obey
d19City of gold, I long for thee
d20Come into Christ's army, come, join it today
d21Come to me, Savior, come
d22Come to the dear, blessed Savior
d23Come up higher, till the Father
d24Dare to think, though bigots [others] frown
d25Distant Eden, dreamed of Eden
d26Far away in the land of the pure and bright
d27Father, take my hand and lead me
d28From little ones to Jesus brought
d29Give, give of your abundance
d30Go thou, in life's fair morning
d31Go work in my vineyard, the husbandman said
d32God of Isr'l, we adore Thee
d33Gracious Savior, gentle [holy] Shepherd, Little ones [All thy lambs] [Children all]
d34Have you any room for Jesus, He who bore
d35Hear the cheerful morning bells
d36Heaven home of bliss and glory
d37Help us, O Lord, behold we enter
d38How loving is Jesus, Who came from the sky
d39How sweet is the Sabbath to me
d40I am waiting by the river, and
d41I have two homes, two happy homes
d42I know not if the [or] dark or bright
d43I love to hear the story which angel [heavenly] voices tell
d44I will leave my Jesus never
d45I will not be afraid at night
d46If I come to Jesus
d47If you can not on the ocean Sail among the swiftest fleet
d48I'll sing for Jesus, while I live
d49In heaven, bright heaven
d50In some way or other, the Lord will provide
d51In the early days of childhood
d52Is thy trembling heart aweary
d53Isles of the south, awake
d54It came upon the [a] midnight clear
d55Jerusalem, my happy home
d56Jesus, author of salvation
d57Jesus came, Jesus came, born a little child
d58Jesus, I am never weary
d59Jesus, like a little child
d60Jesus, we love to meet On this thy holy day
d61Join all who love the Savior's name
d62Lamb of God, I look to thee
d63Let every heart rejoice and sing, Let choral anthems
d64Lift your glad voices in triumph on high
d65Light of the world, O shine on us
d66Little children, love the Savior
d67Little hearts, O Lord, may love thee
d68Little lambs so white and fair
d69Mansions are prepared above
d70Meek and lowly, pure and holy
d71My God, I wait for Thee
d72My God, my King, thy various praise
d73My longing soul would fly
d74No night shall be in heaven, no gathering gloom
d75Now the temperance army's march
d76Now's the time and here's the place
d77O come and sing with gladness
d78O how divine how sweet the joy
d79O how my spirit longs to go
d80O let me seek that path, where winds of woe
d81O sun of joy whose dawn we trace
d82O the weary solemn silence
d83O we love to come to our Sabbath home
d84O welcome the day, the Sabbath day
d85O wondrous story of the Lord
d86O'er the crystal tide we' re going
d87O'er the hill [hills] the sun is setting
d88On each returning Sabbath
d89On this pleasant Sabbath day
d90Only waiting till the shadows
d91Onward, onward, men of heaven
d92Our light afflictions, which a moment last
d93Rejoice and be joyful, ye children of men
d94Rouse thee, day is near, O sleeper
d95Savior, blessed Savior, listen while we sing
d96Savior, Thou hast bid me come
d97See the merry brooklet dancing on its way
d98See the shining dewdrops
d99Seek the tender Shepherd
d100Shepherd of eager [tender] youth

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