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Sabbath Bells: for the Sunday-school and for prayer, praise, and gospel meetings

Editor: Wm. B. Blake
Publisher: Fireside Friend Publishing Co., Springfield, OH, 1884
Language: English
Notes: Special contributors are A. J. Showalter, B. F. Nysewander, and Chas. Edw. Prior
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3We love the bells that call us herePage Scan
4We the lambs of Jesus arePage Scan
5Another week has flown awayPage Scan
6We come today from a thousand homesPage Scan
7We meet again in gladnessPage Scan
8We're a band of little childrenPage Scan
9Beyond the dark valley and shadow and deathPage Scan
10Don't you hear him sweetly calling?Page Scan
11Hear me, Saviour, while I prayPage Scan
12Soldier of Christ, why thus cast down?Page Scan
13Happy young faces here we bringPage Scan
14We're a band of youthful soldiersPage Scan
15God is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
16I am the good Shepherd stillPage Scan
17Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindnessPage Scan
18Glad today, a thousand songs are ringingPage Scan
19A band of happy children, The children of a KingPage Scan
20Thou, who didst, with love and blessingPage Scan
21Who is on the Lord's side?Page Scan
22Little children, are you gleaningPage Scan
23The little ones, the flow'rs of earthPage Scan
24There are mansions of love In the Eden abovePage Scan
26Here's a motto, boys, for youPage Scan
27We'll take up our stand for the youth of our landPage Scan
28Go work with thy mightPage Scan
29The hours are passing swiftlyPage Scan
30Go work today for the Saviour KingPage Scan
31O land of rest, for thee I sighPage Scan
32We are children bound for the land of lovePage Scan
33Fling out the banner, let it floatPage Scan
34Thrust in thy sickle while daylight is dawningPage Scan
35Hark! the sabbath bells are ringing!Page Scan
36God, make my life a little lightPage Scan
37With songs of rejoicing, hosannas, and praisePage Scan
38The Master hath need of the reapersPage Scan
39O Jesus, King of IsraelPage Scan
40Little children, seek the SaviourPage Scan
41We bring no glitt'ring treasuresPage Scan
42Heirs of an eternal kingdomPage Scan
43'Tis never too late to be sowing the seedPage Scan
44O the night of time soon shall pass awayPage Scan
45We are toiling up the wayPage Scan
46Ring out the Christmas bellsPage Scan
47Silent night! hallowed night!Page Scan
48Rejoice and be glad! The Redeemer has comePage Scan
50Do you hear the summons the Master makes today?Page Scan
52Be joyful in Zion, for Jesus is King!Page Scan
53Fading, still fading, the last beam is shiningPage Scan
54Tell it out among the nations that the Lord is KingPage Scan
56Saviour, again to thy dear name we raisePage Scan
57I'm sitting at the feet of JesusPage Scan
58When Jesus comes there will be no more sorrowPage Scan
59I know I love thee better, LordPage Scan
60My life flows on in endless songPage Scan
61Oh, to be over yonderPage Scan
62There is a fountain fill'd with bloodPage Scan
63'Tis sweet to lie in the loving armsPage Scan
64When I awake in that sweet morn of mornsPage Scan
65Thou Rock of my salvation, hastePage Scan
66The prize is set before usPage Scan
68A grand old song, so sweet and strongPage Scan
69O love surpassing knowledge!Page Scan
70Ring the bells of heav'n today, let the glad glad strainPage Scan
71Onward, we're traveling here belowPage Scan
72Lonely in the desert, fainting by the wayPage Scan
73O the dawn of that morn o'er the hills of the EastPage Scan
74In the Rock of Ages hidingPage Scan
75Now begin the heav'nly themePage Scan
76Yes, we will meet beyond the floodPage Scan
77I have a hope of Heaven!Page Scan
78What a Friend we have in JesusPage Scan
79In God I have found a retreatPage Scan
80We shall all meet at home in the morningPage Scan
81Rich from the River of LifePage Scan
82Oh! do not let the Word departPage Scan
83Only a look, my SaviourPage Scan
84Oh, tender and sweet was the Master's voicePage Scan
85When the Bridegroom shall comePage Scan
86Behold a stranger at the door!Page Scan
87Room at the Cross for a sinner's soulPage Scan
88Into the tent where a gypsy boy layPage Scan
89Near the cross of Jesus, Ever let me bePage Scan
90The harvest field's already whitePage Scan
91List, the Spirit calls to thee Page Scan
92The Gospel Banner is unfurl'dPage Scan
93Come, ye sinners, poor and needyPage Scan
94Tho' far have I strayed from the fold of the LordPage Scan
95O sinner, come to JesusPage Scan
96Toss'd with rough winds, and faint with fearPage Scan
97There were ten virgins when the bridegroom camePage Scan
98aTho' thy face were bathed in tears Page Scan
98bJesus, Lover of my soulPage Scan
99Sinner, Sinner, give up your heart to GodPage Scan
100Stand for temp'rance, firmly stand!Page Scan
101Watchman, on the mountain standingPage Scan
102White as snow; oh, what a promisePage Scan
103There's a band of angel watchersPage Scan
104aAll glory and praise be to Jesus, our LordPage Scan
104bCome to Jesus, come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just nowPage Scan
105Joy to the world-- the Lord is come!Page Scan

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