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Sparkling and Bright: a new collection of hymns and tunes for Sunday schools, young people's societies of Christian endeavor and all meetings for praise and worship

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1Sparkling and bright we'll singPage Scan
2Songs of the kingdom we will sing while here we journeyPage Scan
3Thanks be to God! to whom earth owesPage Scan
4Joyfully marching onwardPage Scan
5O blessed hope immortalPage Scan
6The nation's honor heroesPage Scan
7Dear Saviour, bend Thine earPage Scan
8Precious is the Saviour's promisePage Scan
9I long for household voices gonePage Scan
10Over the hilltops the morning is breakingPage Scan
11Swing open the portals of gloryPage Scan
12Jesus, let the Holy SpiritPage Scan
13Rest of the weary, Joy to the sadPage Scan
14The vessel is out in the tempestPage Scan
15O, I am so happy in JesusPage Scan
16Who is this that cometh from the land of Edom?Page Scan
17Beautiful Bethlehem, In Judea's clime!Page Scan
18My Saviour dear, I come to TheePage Scan
19Heav'n shall ring while they singPage Scan
20When I shall awake in that fair morn of mornsPage Scan
21When we walk with the Lord Page Scan
22Working for Jesus, O, blessed the thoughtPage Scan
23On the Jericho road there is service todayPage Scan
24How sweet is the thought of our GodPage Scan
25The Lord is the theme, is the theme of all my songPage Scan
26Come to the Saviour, come in thy youthPage Scan
27Down at the feet of the lowly NazarenePage Scan
28Fresh from the springs eternalPage Scan
29Come unto me, ye weary, heavy ladenPage Scan
30When lost in the darknessPage Scan
31How shall I live that my life may be tellingPage Scan
32Not will of mine, O Holy OnePage Scan
33If beset by doubts and fearsPage Scan
34Are you tenting tow'rd the highlandsPage Scan
35There's a mansion o'er the riverPage Scan
36Tho' fierce the temptationPage Scan
37Who is on the Lord's side? Always truePage Scan
38Jesus is tenderly calling thee homePage Scan
39In the fields of life's great harvestPage Scan
40We praise the Redeemer in songs that are newPage Scan
41I will live for my RedeemerPage Scan
42Blessed Jesus, guide my feetPage Scan
43We shall reach our home some dayPage Scan
44When storms around are sweepingPage Scan
45When the pearly gates unfold, over there, over therePage Scan
46We're a band of little childrenPage Scan
47Striving to do my Master's willPage Scan
48Rest, dearest brother, thy journey is o'erPage Scan
49Yonder are many mansionsPage Scan
50O weary soul, with sin distress'dPage Scan
51Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praisePage Scan
52Close beside the throne of gracePage Scan
53Praise ye the Lord! lift up the voice with singingPage Scan
54Loyal to Jesus, our Saviour and KingPage Scan
55Far o'er the mountain the Shepherd is callingPage Scan
56O, look not back in all thy racePage Scan
57We shall rest when life's last strugglePage Scan
58Brightest flow'rs and lilies sweetPage Scan
59Are you walking with the SaviourPage Scan
60Come to the fountain of mercyPage Scan
61Throw open the gates of the CityPage Scan
62No night within that glorious homePage Scan
63Sing me a song of the heav'nly landPage Scan
64Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear usPage Scan
65Come where the Master is calling us awayPage Scan
66Work for the MasterPage Scan
67Marching on, with Christ our chosen captainPage Scan
68The fields appear in beautyPage Scan
69Bright flow'rs we bring the cross to deckPage Scan
70Jesus is our Shepherd, wiping ev'ry tearPage Scan
71Sabbath morn has come once morePage Scan
72Sweet songs are heard in woodland bowersPage Scan
73If the sweet peace of Jesus is filling your soulPage Scan
74Homeward bound, homeward boundPage Scan
75Of a King we are the daughtersPage Scan
76Passing thro' this world of sorrowPage Scan
77'Tis the love of Jesus, Cheers our hearts todayPage Scan
78Only a cup of water, 'twas all I had to givePage Scan
79In the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
80I know of a stream that flowethPage Scan
81I know that my Redeemer livethPage Scan
82We come with songs of gladnessPage Scan
83A brave, loyal army of soldiersPage Scan
84At the fading of the silent nightPage Scan
85Once the Saviour took the childrenPage Scan
86O, what can little hands do to please the King of heav'n?Page Scan
87In the shadow of the Rock let me restPage Scan
88O Thou tender, loving SaviourPage Scan
89Oh, what shall we bring to the MasterPage Scan
90There's a place above all othersPage Scan
91Hear the Saviour's voice todayPage Scan
92Thy grace, O my Saviour, can reach even me!Page Scan
93Praise the Lord of heavenPage Scan
94Sweet are the promises, Kind is the wordPage Scan
95The mountain, hill and valleyPage Scan
96Careworn trav'ler on life's oceanPage Scan
97O come, let us worship our Saviour and KingPage Scan
98Jesus, I come to Thee, Thou hast invited mePage Scan
99Golden gates, ye glistenPage Scan
100Saviour King, I would singPage Scan

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