The Presbyterian Juvenile Psalmodist

Editor: Thomas Hastings
Publisher: Presbyterian Board of Publication, Philadelphia, 1856
Denomination: Presbyterian hymnals (general)
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to numbers when more than one hymn is on a page.
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19O Lord, on this our Sabbath schoolPage Scan
20aCome, Jesus, heavenly Teacher, comePage Scan
20bAssembled in our school once morePage Scan
21Children, listen to the LordPage Scan
22Saviour, who thy flock art feedingPage Scan
23aShepherd, while thy flock are feedingPage Scan
23bWhile the heavenly seed we're sowingPage Scan
24aWhere two or three with sweet accordPage Scan
24bCome, Jesus, heavenly Teacher, comePage Scan
25Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to singPage Scan
26Lord, how delightful 'tis to seePage Scan
27Great God, to thee my voice I raisePage Scan
28This day belongs to God alonePage Scan
29How sweet is the Sabbath, the morning of restPage Scan
30aThis is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
30bThis is the day when Christ arosePage Scan
31Thou Guardian of our youthful daysPage Scan
32aLord, teach a sinful child to prayPage Scan
32bWhen daily I kneel down to prayPage Scan
33People of the living God, I have sought the world aroundPage Scan
34Approach, my soul, the mercy seatPage Scan
35Our heavenly Father, hear The prayer we offer nowPage Scan
36Strive, for there are but fewPage Scan
37There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
38Return to the Guide of thy youthPage Scan
40Great God! and wilt thou be so kindPage Scan
41There is a path that leads to GodPage Scan
42aA charge to keep I have, A God to glorifyPage Scan
42bOur evil actions springPage Scan
43With humble heart and tonguePage Scan
44aSaviour, may a little childPage Scan
44bLord, to thee I lift mine eyesPage Scan
45The moment a sinner believesPage Scan
46Come, let us bless the LordPage Scan
47'Tis a point I long to knowPage Scan
48Now that my journey's just begunPage Scan
49Jesus, who reigns above the skyPage Scan
50O Jesus! delight of my soulPage Scan
51How happy are they, Who the Saviour obeyPage Scan
52Come, let our voices join Page Scan
53Come let us all unite and singPage Scan
54The rose-bud yet unblown may liePage Scan
55aDeath has been here, and borne awayPage Scan
55bThe sun that lights the world shall fadePage Scan
56Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!Page Scan
57God instructs to all Talents few or manyPage Scan
58When thou, my righteous Judge, shalt comePage Scan
59God our Father, great Creator!Page Scan
60It is not earthly pleasurePage Scan
61O! blessed souls are theyPage Scan
62Come, see how fast the weather clearsPage Scan
63The Author of salvationPage Scan
64aThere is beyond the skyPage Scan
64bThere is a land above, All beautiful and brightPage Scan
65aEvery sheaf of golden grainPage Scan
65bEvery bird can build her nestPage Scan
66aLittle drops of waterPage Scan
66bMorn amid the mountainsPage Scan
67Among the deepest shades of nightPage Scan
68aHoly Bible, book divinePage Scan
68bTeach me, Lord, thy name to knowPage Scan
69There is a happy land, Far, far awayPage Scan
70How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
71There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
72I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
73Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingPage Scan
74We are but young--yet we may singPage Scan
75How blest are those in early youthPage Scan
76And now the day is endingPage Scan
77Nor eye hath seen, nor ear hath heardPage Scan
78The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
79Blest be the wisdom and the powerPage Scan
80Inspirer and hearer of prayerPage Scan
81We bring no glittering treasuresPage Scan
82aFather, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
82bHow precious is the book divinePage Scan
83Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
84Now the pleasant hour has endedPage Scan
85The mellow eve is gliding, Serenely down the westPage Scan
86Awake my soul, stretch every nervePage Scan
87To thee, O blessed SaviourPage Scan
88Oft as the bell, with solemn tollPage Scan
89One God I must worship supremePage Scan
90Who would not join the fervent cry?Page Scan
91My son, know thou the LordPage Scan
92The Lord of earth and sky, The God of ages praisePage Scan
93The pearl that worldlings covetPage Scan
94We meet again in gladnessPage Scan
96When at thy footstool, Lord, I bendPage Scan
97O Lord, a little child appearsPage Scan
98aThe morning bright, with rosy lightPage Scan
98bO that it were my chief delightPage Scan
99When the vale of death appearsPage Scan
100Roll on, thou mighty ocean!Page Scan
101Hosannas were by children sungPage Scan
102Hark! the herald angels sayPage Scan
103And must I part with all I havePage Scan
104Come, Holy Spirit, come, Let thy bright beams arisePage Scan
105Go thou, in life's fair morningPage Scan
106aO thou, my Life, my JoyPage Scan

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