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Prayers and Hymns for the Church and the Home

Publisher: New England Universalist Publishing House, Boston, Mass., 1866
Denomination: Universalist Church of America
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d1A hymn of martyrs let us sing
d2A King shall reign in righteousnes
d3Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
d4Above, below, where'er I gaze
d5Above the temple's lifted spire
d6Afraid to die; O, idle fear
d7Again, as evening's shadow falls
d8Again the Lord of life and light
d9Ah why should bitter tears be shed
d10All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d11All nature feels attractive power
d12All powerful, self existent God, Who all creation dost sustain
d13All souls, O Lord, are thine
d14Almighty and immortal King
d15Almighty Father, thou hast many a blessing
d16Almighty God, in humble prayer
d17Almighty Spirit, now behold
d18Alone may man commune with heaven
d19Am I a soldier of the cross
d20Angel [Angels], roll the rock [stone] away
d21Another day its course has [hath] run
d22Another fleeting day is gone
d23Another hand is beckoning us
d24Another pastor hast thou given
d25Another Sabbath, Lord, has gone
d26Another six days' work is done
d27Approach not the altar
d28Arise, my soul, shake off thy fears
d29Arm of the Lord, awake, awake, put on thy strength
d30As body when the soul has fled
d31As distant lands behold the sea
d32As, down in the sunless retreats of the ocean
d33As earth's pageant passes by
d34As showers on meadows newly mown
d35As the hart with eager looks
d36Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d37At evening time, let there be light
d38Author of good, to thee we [I] come [turn]
d39Awake, my soul, in [to] joyful [joyous] lays
d40Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyes
d41Awake my soul, stretch every nerve
d42Awake, our souls, away our fears
d43Be firm and be faithful, desert not
d44Be it my only wisdom here
d45Be joyful in God, all ye lands
d46Be thou, O God, exalted high
d47Be with me, Lord, where'er I go
d48Before Jehovah's awful throne
d49Before the world was made
d50Behold that wise, that perfect law
d51Behold the morning sun
d52Behold the western evening light
d53Bells, ring out with cheerful might
d54Beneath the thick but struggling clouds
d55Beyond, beyond the [that] boundless sea
d56Birds have their quiet nest, foxes their holes, and man his
d57Bless God, ye servants that attend
d58Blessed be thy name forever
d59Blest day of God, most calm, most [and] bright
d60Blest instructor, from thy ways
d61Blest is the hour when cares depart
d62Blest is the man who fears the Lord
d63Blest is the man, whose softening [generous] heart
d64Blest, who with generous pity glows
d65Both heaven and earth do worship thee
d66Bread of [for] the world, in mercy broken
d67Bread of heaven, on thee I [we] feed
d68Break every yoke, the gospel cries
d69Breathe thoughts of pity over a brothers fall
d70Brightest and best of the sons [stars] of the morning
d71Brother hast thou wandered far
d72But who shall see that glorious day
d73By cool Siloam's shady rill
d74Called by the Sabbath bells away
d75Calm on the bosom of thy God
d76Calm on the listening ear of night
d77Child amid [amidst] the flowers at play
d78Children of light awake at Jesus call arise
d79Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d80Christ [God], whose glory fills the skies [sky]
d81Christ leads me through no darker rooms
d82Christ, my Lord, I come to bless thee
d83Christ the [our] Lord is [has] risen today, [Alleluia] [Sons of men]
d84Christians and brethren [Christians, brethren], ere we part
d85Clay to clay, and dust to dust
d86Close his eyes, his work is done
d87Come hither, all ye [you] weary souls
d88Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powers
d89Come, kingdom of our God, Sweet reign of light and love
d90Come, let us anew our journey pursue, Roll round
d91Come, let us join our cheerful songs With angels round the throne
d92Come, let us pray; 'tis sweet to feel That God himself is near
d93Come, saith [said] [says] Jesus' sacred voice
d94Come sing a Savior's power And praise his mighty name
d95Come sound his praise [name] abroad, And hymns
d96Come the rich, and come the poor
d97Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to sing
d98Come thou fount of every blessing
d99Come, Thou long expected Jesus [Savior], Born to set thy people free
d100Come to the house of prayer, O thou afflicted

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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