Sharon's Dewy Rose: a collection of new music and hymns for the use of Sabbath-schools, prayer meetings, and special occasions

Editor: Aldine S. Kieffer, J. H. Tenney
Publisher: Ruebush Kieffer & Co., Dayton, Rockingham Co., Virginia, 1880
Language: English
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3O Dew of heaven, fall Upon this Rose!Page Scan
4Passing thro' this world of sorrowPage Scan
5Raise we now our morning songPage Scan
6I am waiting by the riverPage Scan
7aAs o'er the past my mem'ry straysPage Scan
7bMy soul, come meditate the dayPage Scan
8'Tis pleasant to sing the sweet praise of our KingPage Scan
9Dear Jesus, ever at my sidePage Scan
10Guide me, oh, my blessed SaviourPage Scan
11Lo, the zephyr, softly breathingPage Scan
12Far from the narrow scenes of night Page Scan
13I would not live alway: I ask not to stayPage Scan
14I long to go home to the land of restPage Scan
15See the shining dewdropsPage Scan
16The world looks very prettyPage Scan
17I long for that sweet restPage Scan
18I've a home far away, in the regions immortalPage Scan
19I love the blessed Saviour, Who guards me day by day[I love the blessed Saviour]Page Scan
20Shall we all arrive in gloryPage Scan
21Jesus, Master, whose I amPage Scan
22In thy hands, dear Lord, where else could I bePage Scan
23Through the love of God our SaviourPage Scan
24When the way seems long and drearyPage Scan
26aTake the praise we bring thee, LordPage Scan
26bFar out on the deep rolling oceanPage Scan
28I have found Jesus, Of whom the prophets spakePage Scan
29Earthly cares will soon be endedPage Scan
30Over the river I hear the songPage Scan
31Christ, of all my hopes the groundPage Scan
32How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
33All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
34We are singing, praises bringingPage Scan
35Jesus, Lover of my soulPage Scan
36This our constant motto bePage Scan
37Home of the blest, sweet visions of lovePage Scan
38I am still with Thee, Where'er I strayPage Scan
39Come, ye wand'rers, now forsaken[Come, ye wand'rers, now forsaken]TextPage Scan
40Beyond the dark valley and shadow and deathPage Scan
41My heav'nly home is bright and fairPage Scan
42Come unto me when shadows darkly gatherPage Scan
43The twilight falls, the night is nearPage Scan
44Welcome, friends, we give you greetingPage Scan
45What tho' clouds are round about theePage Scan
46Oh, to cheer us, be thou near usPage Scan
47Room at the Cross for a trembling soulPage Scan
48Lead me, O my Shepherd, lead mePage Scan
49Listen! listen! he is therePage Scan
50There's a land beyond this dreary worldPage Scan
51My Father's house on highPage Scan
52The misty clouds hang round my wayPage Scan
54There's a beautiful haven far over the seaPage Scan
55I love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
56No night in heav'n, that blessed chimePage Scan
57Oh, when shall I dwell in my Father's bright homePage Scan
58Holy Bible! book divine!Page Scan
59Oh, where shall my soul find a haven of restPage Scan
60Soul, thy fettered wings unfoldPage Scan
61Jesus is precious; Jesus is minePage Scan
62We meet again, this Sabbath dayPage Scan
64Over Jordan we shall meetPage Scan
65Wide, ye heav'nly gates, unfoldPage Scan
66God is weighing you, my brother!Page Scan
67After the toil and turmoilPage Scan
68I have been talking with Jesus todayPage Scan
70Now be the gospel bannerPage Scan
71What have I ever done for JesusPage Scan
72I lay my sins on JesusPage Scan
73Rock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
74Beautiful morning, welcome thy dawning!Page Scan
75Ah, this heart shall cease its longingPage Scan
76Soldier of Christ, art thou famished and wearyPage Scan
77O land of rest, for thee I sighPage Scan
78We're a happy pilgrim bandPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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