Silvery Echoes of Praise and Prayer: a collection of hymns and music, expecially adapted for children and youths in the primary and intermediate departments of the Sunday-school

Editor: J. H. Kurzenknabe
Publisher: Crider & Brother, York, Penn., 1880
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number.
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3We praise thee, LordPage Scan
4Over all our happy landPage Scan
5We are little PilgrimsPage Scan
6Like the stars of lightPage Scan
7Room in thine arms, dear JesusPage Scan
8Redeemed! redeemed! how precious to knowPage Scan
9I love to come to the Sunday-schoolPage Scan
10Saviour, up in heaven abovePage Scan
11Come, let us sing of JesusPage Scan
12Tho' I'm but a little childPage Scan
13Close to thee, O Lamb of GodPage Scan
14Jesus, meek and lowlyPage Scan
15I have learned of yonder heavenPage Scan
16Nearer to thee, blessed SaviourPage Scan
17If little, falling drops of rainPage Scan
18I will praise him in my youthPage Scan
19We are coming, dearest SaviourPage Scan
20Singing for Jesus, jubilant voicesPage Scan
21Little children come todayPage Scan
22The Lord, my Shepherd, feeds mePage Scan
23Lord, I have brought my offeringPage Scan
24See the shining dewdropsPage Scan
25Come follow in the footstepsPage Scan
26Precious Jesus, I am longingPage Scan
27To thee, our heavenly FatherPage Scan
28We're a band of little childrenPage Scan
29Thou God of love and mercy, hearPage Scan
30He shall gather, kindly gatherPage Scan
31Oh, for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
32Jesus, we would come to theePage Scan
33Look on us, loving SaviourPage Scan
34Blessed Jesus, blessed JesusPage Scan
35We'll remember our CreatorPage Scan
36I have a home,--a bright home in heavenPage Scan
37The bridegroom loves his garden fairPage Scan
38We are little armor bearersPage Scan
39Saviour, help us to give heedPage Scan
40We children now do gladly comePage Scan
41Would you reach that heavenly landPage Scan
42In the midnight silent watchesPage Scan
43Loving and praising our JesusPage Scan
44I saw the pearly dewdropsPage Scan
45I thank thee, Lord, for quiet restPage Scan
46Lord, we would ask this holy dayPage Scan
47Lord, we come; thy little childrenPage Scan
48I will not let thee goPage Scan
49Brave Christian soldiers, gallantly marchingPage Scan
50Over the tide of that Jasper SeaPage Scan
51Hosanna be the children's songPage Scan
52There's a beautiful home, a mansion fairPage Scan
53Saviour, thou wast once a childPage Scan
54Little children,--how he loved themPage Scan
55Jesus, Saviour, Son of GodPage Scan
56Can'st thou tell how many stars are yonderPage Scan
57Jesus says, come unto mePage Scan
58I'm a Christian soldier, standing for the rightPage Scan
59Oh, I wonder if the SaviourPage Scan
61Jesus, the very thought of theePage Scan
62Never break the SabbathPage Scan
63Stand up and bless the Lord; Lift up your handsPage Scan
64Sing your sweetest carolsPage Scan
65Listen to the wondrous storyPage Scan
66Though I speak with tongues of angels and menPage Scan
68We are children happy in our Father's carePage Scan
70Precious thought with comfort fraughtPage Scan
72Jesus, thou lovest me; this much I knowPage Scan
73Sleep, baby, sleep: Our cottage vale is deepPage Scan
74Oh, we are little workers in the vineyard of the LordPage Scan
75Good Shepherd, thine we long to bePage Scan
76I know my Beloved is minePage Scan
78Our school is all for JesusPage Scan
79Happy is the man that findeth wisdomPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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