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Peerless Praise : a collection of hymns and music for the Sabbath school, with a complete department of elementary instruction in the theory and pract

Editor: J. H. Kurzenknabe
Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1882
Language: English
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L46Kind friends, I came hither my mission to provePage Scan
L47God bless our native land!Page Scan
L48Wide unfurl the starry bannerPage Scan
49Grateful homage, Lord, we bringPage Scan
50There was music in heavenPage Scan
51We bring no glittering treasures, no gemsPage Scan
52Have ye looked for my [the] sheep in the desert, For those who have missed their wayPage Scan
53Thou God of love and mercy, hearPage Scan
54There's a beautiful home, a mansion fairPage Scan
55There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
56Ah 'tis the old, old storyPage Scan
57Our Father, which art in heavenPage Scan
58A mighty fortress is our GodPage Scan
59O keep me near thy precious sidePage Scan
60Guide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
61God is love, his mercy brightensPage Scan
62Christian, go work for JesusPage Scan
63We're over on the stormy [life's stormy] [the other] sidePage Scan
64Thou, Lord, knowest them that are thinePage Scan
65Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languishPage Scan
66Oft across life's pathway drearyPage Scan
68I need thee, precious Jesus [Jesu], for I am full of sinPage Scan
69Weary soul, by care [sin] oppressedPage Scan
70The Master hath need of the reapersPage Scan
71Blessed Savior, thee I lovePage Scan
72Sinner, come, will you comePage Scan
73Ask, for Jesus loves to givePage Scan
74I have started for CanaanPage Scan
75While upon the earthly journeyPage Scan
76Hushed was the evening hymnPage Scan
77No want shall I know For the Lord is my shepherdPage Scan
78Lord, all thy mercies full and freePage Scan
79Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leavePage Scan
80Let us haste, the Lord is speakingPage Scan
81There is a reaper whose name is deathPage Scan
82Vain are all terrestrial pleasuresPage Scan
83O we are busy workers in the vineyardPage Scan
84Why should I waitPage Scan
85Come and see where Jesus dwellethPage Scan
86Thousands stand today in sorrowPage Scan
87Hail, soldier, what newsPage Scan
88O no, thou blessed SaviorPage Scan
89The Sabbath bells so clear and sweetPage Scan
90I have taken up the cross of ChristPage Scan
91Gracious Spirit, Love divinePage Scan
92Let ev'ry heart leap forth with joyPage Scan
93Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
94Hail! my ever blessed JesusPage Scan
95The golden grain is gathered inPage Scan
96We are marching home to ZionPage Scan
98There's a home where angels dwellPage Scan
99We'll soon be at home from our pilgrim wayPage Scan
100My Saviour, wash me in thy bloodPage Scan
101Growing up for Jesus, we are truly blestPage Scan
102List to the lay of the heav'nly landPage Scan
103Nothing but leaves! no fruit have I, dear Lord, to bring to theePage Scan
104He who conquers wins the crownPage Scan
105Gather the sheaves that lie scatteredPage Scan
106When the storms of life are o'erPage Scan
107The crown, the crown, the starry crownPage Scan
108In yonder home I long to bePage Scan
109My soul, be on thy guardPage Scan
110Come unto me, the Saviour saidPage Scan
111I cried to thee, my SaviourPage Scan
112Soon earth's storms will all be overPage Scan
113The Saviour's love embracingPage Scan
114In the days of his flesh they brought little childenPage Scan
115Speak gently; it is better farPage Scan
116Little children, cheerful as the breezePage Scan
117I will lift up mine eyes unto the hillsPage Scan
118Hark! what sweet strains greet the listening earPage Scan
119We will send the blessed gospelPage Scan
120In the might of the Lord is our trustPage Scan
121Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty!Page Scan
122The Spirit and the Bride say, ComePage Scan
123Dearest Jesus, we are herePage Scan
124How sweet the hour when man retiresPage Scan
125Now thank we all our GodPage Scan
126They are coming to the Saviour!Page Scan
127Father in heaven, to thee I prayPage Scan
128There is work to be done, by the Master appointedPage Scan
129Lord, we would ask, this holy dayPage Scan
130There are mansions of lovePage Scan
131Hark! hark! hear the blest tidings!Page Scan
132In the Sabbath-school we gatherPage Scan
133Trustingly, trustingly, Jesus, to theePage Scan
134Our Saviour's walk upon the earthPage Scan
135Glory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
136Ho! gallant volunteer Page Scan
137Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
138I'm redeemed, and that's my storyPage Scan
139We are happy, trusting in our Father's carePage Scan
140Believe, believe in JesusPage Scan
141God is our refuge and strengthPage Scan
142There is a living fountainPage Scan
143The beautiful river, the life-giving riverPage Scan
144Lord, within thy house todayPage Scan
145All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
146And now another hour is gonePage Scan
147Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan

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