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Songs for Sunday Schools and How to Use Them

Editor: Louis D. Eichhorn
Publisher: A. S. Barnes Co., New York, 1910
Language: English
Notes: A couple pages are missing from the page scan.
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101We have heard a [the] joyful soundPage Scan
102O Zion [Sion], haste, thy [your] mission high fulfillingPage Scan
103The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappearsPage Scan
104Winter reigneth o'er the landPage Scan
105A new created worldPage Scan
106It is a day of gladness[It is a day of gladness]Page Scan
107We plough [plow] the fields and scatterPage Scan
108Each little flow'r that opensPage Scan
109The summer days are come againPage Scan
110My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
111O say can you see by the dawn's early light
112Mine eyes have seen the gloryPage Scan
113God bless our native landPage Scan
114Standing at the portal of the opening yearPage Scan
115The old year's long campaign is o'erPage Scan
116Hark, listen to the trumpeters They call for volunteersPage Scan
117Courage, brother, do not stumblePage Scan
118O brothers, lift your voicesPage Scan
119Shout aloud the stirring summonsPage Scan
120While the sun is shining brightly in the skyPage Scan
121Christian, rouse thee, war is ragingPage Scan
122Lord, dismiss us with Thy [your] blessing, Fill ourPage Scan
123Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascendingPage Scan
124Hear us blessed SaviorPage Scan
125Savior again to Thy dear name we raisePage Scan
126Jesus loves me, this I know, For the BiblePage Scan
127The morning bright, with rosy lightPage Scan
128Jesus, tender shepherd, hear usPage Scan
129God, who made the earth, The air, the sky, the sePage Scan
130Father in heaven, bless thy little childrenPage Scan
131Above the clear blue sky, In heaven's serenePage Scan
132Can a little child like mePage Scan
133Hushed was the evening hymnPage Scan
134Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] lightPage Scan
135Sadly bend the flowers in the heavy rainPage Scan
136There's a Friend for little childrenPage Scan
137Jesus, from thy throne [home] on highPage Scan
138O what can little hands do to please the King of heavenPage Scan
139Do no sinful actionPage Scan
140The fields are all white and the reapers are fewPage Scan
141I want to be like Jesus, So lowly and so meekPage Scan

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