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Royal Diadem

Editor: R. Lowry, W. H. Doane
Publisher: Biglow & Main Co., New York, N.Y., 1873
Notes: Page scans: https://archive.org/details/royaldia00lowr
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d1A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify
d2A home in heaven, 'tis the Christian's hope
d3All for Jesus, all for Jesus, All my being's ransomed powers
d4All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d5Another closing day
d6Ask for the old path, God will make it plain
d7Awake, for the trumpet is sounding
d8Awake, ye soldiers of the Lord
d9Be kind to each other
d10Beautiful home of the blest
d11Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus, Thou who gavest
d12Blest are the hungry, they shall be fed
d13Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d14Brothers, when the way
d15By the well-side
d16Cast the net again, my brother
d17Children, sing a Christmas carol
d18Christians, I am on my journey
d19Come away, O ye thirsty, to the waters
d20Come from the world apart
d21Come, let us join with one [in sweet] accord
d22Come sound his praise [name] abroad, And hymns
d23Come to Baraca
d24Come to Bethesda, sin oppressed
d25Crowns of glory in the land
d26Father, the storm is high
d27First among the Christian graces
d28From Greenland's icy mountains
d29From the rock amid the desert
d30Gird on, gird on your armor
d31Give praise to God, my grateful soul Join all my powers to sing
d32Glad tidings, glad tidings, O wonderful love
d33Go proclaim the wondrous story
d34Go, work in my vineyard, the Master says go, the fruitage is glinting
d35God grant we may ever
d36God of eternal truth, Joyful we praise thee
d37God of eternity, Author of time
d38God of my life, the mercy
d39Gone to the grave is our loved one
d40Good news o'er the prairies
d41Hallelujah, hark, from above angels come
d42Happy, happy Sunday, thou day of peace and love
d43He is near thee, ever
d44Hear the words of gospel
d45Hearken, children, hearken
d46Heavenly Father, bless me now
d47Holy Father, thou hast taught me [us]
d48I am Jesus' little friend, On his mercy I depend
d49I came and knelt at Jesus'
d50I leave it all with Jesus, for he knows
d51I need thee every hour, most gracious Lord
d52I will go and tell my Savior
d53I'm but a youthful pilgrim
d54I'm poor and blind
d55I'm weary, I'm fainting, my day's work is done
d56In the cross of Christ I [we] glory, towering
d57In the fadeless springtime
d58In the journey of life
d59It's coming, coming nearer, the lovely land unseen
d60Jesus, gentle Savior, hear our earnest prayer
d61Jesus, hear my supplication
d62Jesus, help me, I am weary
d63Jesus, I love thee, Thou art to me Dearer than ever
d64Jesus, I turn to thee
d65Jesus is all in all to me, Glory and grace in him I see
d66Jesus, keep me near the cross
d67Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d68Jesus, Master, whose I am
d69Keep me, Savior, ever
d70Land ahead, its fruits are waving
d71Let our hearts be always
d72Let the children praise
d73Let us pray for a blessing
d74Let us work for God
d75Let us work for the Savior now
d76Like the still quiet fall of the silent dew
d77Little children, one and all
d78Living for Jesus only for Jesus
d79Lo a fountain full and free
d80Lo the desert rock
d81Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing
d82Lord, my sorrows now are past
d83Marching on in glory
d84May we come into this
d85Mourner, wheresoe'er thou art
d86My life flows [goes] on in [an] endless song
d87My soul shall rest in hope
d88Nearer home, yes, one day nearer
d89Never be faint or weary
d90Never turn back
d91No night beyond the river's brink
d92No one knows but Jesus
d93No work to do, look up
d94Now I may come to my Savior dear
d95O come to bright Zion
d96O how lonely are we
d97O list to the notes
d98O praise ye the Lord with a trumpet sound
d99O say, my soul, when Jesus came
d100O the sleep of just a moment

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