Sacred Hymns for Children

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Publisher: W. & E. Howe, Boston, Mass., 1859
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d1All the day had Jesus taught
d2Come unto me, said Jesus
d3Consider, said our Savior
d4Eternity, it is a thought
d5Far away, far away
d6Far, far away in India
d7God made the little sparrow
d8He dwelt among the tombs
d9He must needs go through Samaria
d10Hear the gentle Savior
d11Holy Father, we would raise
d12How bitter was the bondage
d13How pleasant the Sabbath, when here we may meet
d14How ready was Jesus to pity the poor
d15I am the Way, said Jesus
d16In the morning, Jesus says
d17In the morning, when I rise
d18In the still and quiet night
d19In this happy land we dwell
d20Jesus shall always be all our song
d21Jesus was very poor
d22Lazarus he loved so dearly
d23Let us listen to the bell
d24Mercy, O thou Son of David
d25Now Christmas has come
d26O come, come with me
d27O how blest are we
d28O suffer them to come
d29Once a scribe had seen the Lord
d30Once when Jesus went to dine
d31Poor fishermen of Galilee
d32Poor, impotent and sad
d33Savior, I would be Thy lamb
d34See, the blessed Savior come
d35See, the little children meet
d36See the little rain drops
d37Sweet Sabbath day, Now we may learn the way
d38The Lord is my Shepherd, so young David sang
d39The night was very dark
d40Though we are young in years
d41Through the country of Samaria
d42To Jordan, Jesus went
d43We children would raise
d44We love, we love the Sabbath school
d45We sing the children's Friend
d46Weep not, the pitying Savior said
d47When an evil thought within
d48When Jesus rode in triumph
d49When the blessed Savior
d50When the blessed Savior came
d51Who shall roll away the stone
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