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Songs of Delight, for the Sunday School

Editor: Z. M. Parvin
Publisher: Z. M. Parvin & L. H. Dowling, Griggsville, Ill. & St. Louis, MO., 1875
Language: English
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3How sweet to bless the LordPage Scan
4Oh, how I love thy holy lawPage Scan
5Go, labor on; spend and be spentPage Scan
6Remember, remember now thy CreatorPage Scan
7Who is like unto Thee, Oh! LordPage Scan
8A mighty work is to be donePage Scan
9Bless the Lord, Oh my soulPage Scan
10Hear the word Jehovah speakethPage Scan
11Jesus said I'll gladly sufferPage Scan
12O Jesus, guard my erring feetPage Scan
13Come learn of me the Saviour saysPage Scan
14My God is any hour so sweetPage Scan
15Floating on the breeze of ev'ningPage Scan
16I hear it singing, singing sweetlyPage Scan
17Sing praise to him who callethPage Scan
18O blessed words that sweetly fellPage Scan
19Take us, dear SaviourPage Scan
20Softly sing when I am passingPage Scan
21It shall be well with thee; O Christian, listenPage Scan
22Children, work, the Savior calls youPage Scan
23These are thy works, almighty LordPage Scan
24How pleasant to sing to the praise of our GodPage Scan
25Weary and tired and wornPage Scan
26Once the herald angels Hailed the Saviour's birthPage Scan
27Time is earnest, Passing byPage Scan
28I bring my sins to theePage Scan
29Who on the Lord his hope hath stayedPage Scan
30We hear thee, our Father, in accents as sweetPage Scan
31Hail, Christ of God, we worship theePage Scan
32Sow with a gen'rous handPage Scan
33Do not say tomorrow, Come todayPage Scan
34God delights in deeds of kindnessPage Scan
35In the name of God advancingPage Scan
36I am a little soldierPage Scan
37That was a marriage nobly blestPage Scan
38Free salvation, speed the tidingsPage Scan
39Beautiful world, Beautiful worldPage Scan
40Raise the voice of thanksgiving to Jesus, our KingPage Scan
41This little book I'd rather ownPage Scan
42I ask not earthly treasurePage Scan
43'Twas sweet to lean upon thy breastPage Scan
44Ring out your pure hosannasPage Scan
46Suffer little children, suffer little childrenPage Scan
47A band of humble workersPage Scan
48I would love thee, blessed JesusPage Scan
49The Lord God is a Sun and a ShieldPage Scan
50Let me be something for JesusPage Scan
51What tho' I'm but a childPage Scan
52I flee to the arms of my SaviourPage Scan
54Our Captain calls for young recruitsPage Scan
55Childhood has its binding passionsPage Scan
56I would love thee, God and FatherPage Scan
57My precious class for JesusPage Scan
58Jesus, Redeemer, help mePage Scan
59When first o'erwhelmed with sin and shamePage Scan
60As the serpent raised by MosesPage Scan
61Sing, the morning light is breakingPage Scan
62There is a sure and sweet rewardPage Scan
63Now from many a happy homePage Scan
64I'll give my heart to JesusPage Scan
65Jesus is our Shepherd, Wiping ev'ry tearPage Scan
66I leave it all with Jesus Day by dayPage Scan
67In Zion's ranks, Oh let me standPage Scan
68Thou who hast lead me hithertoPage Scan
69We are happy, happy pilgrimsPage Scan
71When the mountains of sin rose above mePage Scan
72If ye love me, if ye love mePage Scan
73I've a home over therePage Scan
74Beautiful Zion, built above, Beautiful city, that I lovePage Scan
75Love divine; we see and wonderPage Scan
76Hold my hand, O blessed SaviourPage Scan
77Blessed Saviour, Lord divinePage Scan
78Behold, the field is white, I hearPage Scan
79Oh still in accents sweet and strongPage Scan
80On the shore of GalileePage Scan
81O North, with all thy vales of green!Page Scan
82Like stars that hide at morningPage Scan
83The altar fires have ceased to burnPage Scan
84Afar in the shadePage Scan
85I came unto Him in the morningPage Scan
86Earth's firmest pillars may be rivenPage Scan
87Behold the guilty fugitivePage Scan
88O Christ who died for sinners!Page Scan
90Jesus has promised the weary a restPage Scan
91O thou Giver of each blessingPage Scan
92Shall we meet beyond the riverPage Scan
93Fear not, though your foes be countlessPage Scan
94Lo, Zion's banners streamingPage Scan
95The Lord my Shepherd isPage Scan
96aAnd tribes o'er whom the Lord had spreadPage Scan
96bRouse thee, O people from thine alarmPage Scan
97Gracious Saviour, can it bePage Scan
98O Lord, I know the lilies arePage Scan
99There is a better world, they sayPage Scan
100Jesus will give of the fountain of lifePage Scan
101Tender Shepherd, lead me, feed mePage Scan
102aHelp of the helpless, unto TheePage Scan
102bGentle Jesus, loving kindPage Scan
103Go on, go on, my brother!Page Scan
104Go, work in my vineyard, the Master has saidPage Scan

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