The Reward, for Sunday Schools

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Editor: J. H. Kurzenknabe
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, Mass., 1874
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d1All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d2Am I a soldier of the cross
d3Behold a royal wreath adorns
d4Behold the Savior of mankind
d5Bright little angels sing
d6Christian, see the joyous morning
d7Come sing the sacred story
d8Come sing to me of heaven
d9Come sinner to Jesus alone
d10Come to Jesus, be forgiven
d11Come youthful wanderers
d12Dear Sunday school, thou sacred place
d13Do no sinful action; Speak no angry word
d14Gather the lambs, that they be fed
d15Give me the cross, the blood stained cross
d16Go work in my vineyard, the laborers are few
d17God can hear my infant prayer
d18Greet the sunbeams, golden treasure
d19Hail, glorious light, scattered is night
d20Happy children here unite
d21Happy New Year, bells are ringing
d22Hark, the jubilant songs of the children
d23Hark, what mean those holy voices
d24Have you any room for Jesus, He who bore
d25He called them to his loving arms
d26Hear the little children sing
d27Hear what little ones were saying
d28Hear ye the voice of mercy still pleading
d29Heavenly Father I would pray come thou near
d30Home of my heart, where angels sing
d31I am so happy, Jesis doth love me
d32I lay my sins on Jesus
d33I love the church, the holy church, the Savior's spotless
d34I want to sing, as the children sing
d35I would not live alway [always], I ask not to stay
d36In our Father's house are the mansions fair
d37In the morn, noon, or even
d38In this vale of tears and sorrow
d39Infant voices sweetly singing
d40I've a gem that kings might envy
d41Jesus is the living Vine
d42Jesus loves, the old, old story
d43Kind friends and strangers, ere we close
d44Kind friends, I came hither my mission to prove
d45Let others praise the ruby bright
d46Let the merry bells proclaim
d47Little children, can you tell
d48Lord, with childlike faith we come
d49Make my life a little light
d50Men of God, go take your stations
d51Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d52O blessed Savior, can it be
d53O come, bring your hearts to Jesus
d54O comrades, fill no glass for me
d55O let us keep their memories green
d56Open the door for the children
d57Plead my cause, O blessed Savior
d58Praise the Lord, praise ye the Lord
d59Ring out, ring out, sweet silver bells
d60See, the glorious morn is breaking
d61Shepherd, while thy flocks are feeding
d62Sing of one who was born to earth
d63Sing of the Savior's love
d64Sing on, my soul, glad tidings of victory
d65Sinner, haste, the call obey
d66Slumber, gently slumber
d67Soft as the voice of an angel
d68Soldiers for whom the Savior died [bled]
d69Sowing their seed in the beautiful dawn
d70The voice of Jesus calls within
d71There's a beautiful land
d72There's a beautiful land, where the bright angels dwell
d73Thou God of battles, whose right arm
d74Thou shalt, O Lord, descend
d75'Tis Jesus loves the little ones
d76To thee be glory, banner of the free
d77We are a little pilgrim band
d78We are traveling home in Jesus' name
d79We cannot as idlers stand
d80We come to thee, dear [sweet] Savior
d81Weep not, bowed down by grief and sin
d82When Pentecost had come
d83When the day of life is brightest
d84When the tempest high is raging as I sail
d85With joy we lift our eyes
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