The Silver Chime

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Editor: G. F. Root
Publisher: S. T. Gordon, New York, N.Y., 1890
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d1A life with Jesus, O, how sweet
d2Another year has told its fourfold tale
d3Around the throne of God in heaven, thousands
d4Away to the forest glade
d5Be you to others kind and true
d6Beneath these broad blue skies
d7Bless us, Father, at this hour
d8Calm on the bosom of thy God
d9Came a stranger, sad and weary
d10Children, do you love each other
d11Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d12Children of the Sabbath School
d13Come and join us, dear companions
d14Come, schoolmates, don't grow [be] weary
d15Come, ye children, hearken unto me
d16Dismiss us with Thy blessing, Lord, Help
d17Father, I have wandered far
d18Firmly will we stand
d19Glad reign, glad reign, glad reign of peace and joy
d20God bless our native land, Firm may she
d21God of the nations, hear us
d22Hail to the opening year
d23Hark, the Sabbath bells, How their music swells
d24Hast thou heard of the land where no sorrow
d25Hear the tidings blest
d26How blest the happy evening's close
d27I am so happy all day long
d28I love them that love me
d29I never will speak a wicked word
d30I, too, will lead you forward
d31I'm going to be a soldier
d32Jerusalem, so bright and fair
d33Jesus, Shepherd of the sheep, watch around his flock
d34Jesus, Thou Shepherd of the sheep
d35Jesus, would that I could tell thee
d36Joy, joy, joy, come sing with us the story
d37Joy, joy to the nations
d38Keep to the right, the law thus directs
d39Lift your hearts in adoration
d40Lo the promised day is breaking
d41Lord, we come to bless thy goodness
d42Lord, what offering [offerings] shall we bring
d43Lovely children of the graces
d44Mighty, mighty art thou ever
d45My days are gliding swiftly by
d46Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d47Never forget the dear ones
d48No mortal eye that land hath seen
d49No night shall be in heaven, no gathering gloom
d50Now the Sabbath eve declining
d51O forgive and forget, all the wrongs thou hast met
d52O gracious Lord, whose mercies rise
d53O happy day of peace and love
d54O how lovely Zion city
d55O sad and suffering world
d56O watchtower high the Christian's
d57O we are volunteers
d58Of thy love some gracious token
d59One [A] sweetly [sweet] solemn thought comes to me o'er and o'er
d60One by one, thy duties wait thee
d61One place is vacant
d62Onward, then, ye faithful
d63Open wide the garden gate
d64Pleasant is the Sabbath bell
d65Praise, O praise the name divine
d66Praise to thee, thou loving Father
d67Remember now thy Creator
d68Ring out, ring out, sweet silver bells
d69Soldier of Christ, be not cast down
d70Still one in life and one in death
d71Sunday, sacred day of rest
d72Sweet day of sacred rest
d73Sweet 'tis to sing of thee
d74The angels' ranks that gird the throne
d75The children are gathering from near and from far
d76The God who built the lofty sky
d77The Sunday school that blessed place
d78The trumpet is sounding our banner unfurled
d79The way to heaven is narrow and its blessed
d80There are angels ever near us
d81There is a Friend, a faithful friend
d82There is a river we all must cross
d83There, too, our power shall be
d84There's a home for the poor on that beautiful shore
d85There's a light in the window for thee, brother
d86There's a song the angels sing
d87This world is all full of joy to me
d88We are but minutes, little things
d89We come with joyful song
d90Weep not for him, mother
d91Welcome, pastor dear, welcome
d92We're a happy band of scholars
d93Where do we love to go
d94Where the battle rages fiercely
d95Where trial with its fiery darts
d96Where'er in reverent quietude
d97While truth and God inspire
d98Why should I be sad or fearful
d99With spirit tuned aright
d100Withhold the angry word

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