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Singing Annual for Sabbath Schools

Editor: P. Phillips
Publisher: Philip Phillips & Co., New York, N.Y., 1870
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d1A happy band of children
d2And are we yet alive
d3As the early blossoms fair
d4Blessed, bright and shining [guiding] star
d5Come friends and brethren in the Lord
d6God bless our Christian Union
d7I sing the almighty power of God
d8I will sing the story
d9In dim recesses of thy spirit's chamber
d10In some way or other, the Lord will provide
d11In the early springtime, when your leaves are fair
d12Let not Jesus plead in vain
d13Let us gather up the sunbeams
d14Let us look beyond the vista
d15Now buckle on your armor
d16Now is past the time of teaching
d17O be not the first to discover
d18O music, how great is thy power
d19Our dearest friend is Jesus
d20Rise we so joyful
d21Say ye not, O Christian reaper
d22Silent be the hum of life
d23Since God, in whom we live and move
d24The day that came with glories
d25The light of Sabbath eve is fading
d26Wanderers, why will ye die
d27We are singing, we are singing
d28We have made up our minds
d29We will dash from our lips the poisonous cup
d30Welcome hour of pure devotion
d31What precious things the Lord
d32When nature awaking, refreshed
d33When the dewy light was fading
d34Whisper it softly, when nobody's near
d35Who can describe the joys that rise
d36Ye have heard the wondrous story
d37Youth is the time to leave
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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