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Song-Hymnal of Praise and Joy, a selection of spiritual songs, old and new

Editor: Pluma M. Brown
Publisher: Pluma M. Brown, Jackson, Minn., 1897
Language: English
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1Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, EarlyPage Scan
2Hark, the herald angels sing, glory to the newborn KingPage Scan
3Years ago a Child was bornPage Scan
4Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] comePage Scan
5Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comesPage Scan
6Sing to the Lord, ye [you] distant landsPage Scan
7Glory to God, this advent mornPage Scan
8Still, still 'tis ours the hymn to hearPage Scan
9Bright and joyful is [was] the mornPage Scan
10It came upon the [a] midnight clearPage Scan
11Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
12Hosanna be the children's [people's] songPage Scan
13Messiah at thy glad approachPage Scan
14Once again, O blessed time, Thankful heartsPage Scan
15There is joy in heaven, There is joy in heavenPage Scan
16There was joy in heavenPage Scan
17Children lo the days are herePage Scan
18Songs of praise the angels sangPage Scan
19Holy night, peaceful nightPage Scan
20As with gladness men of oldPage Scan
21Sing ye the songs of praise, Christmas [Jesus] isSONGS OF PRAISEPage Scan
22aHark, what mean those holy voices
22bHark, what mean those holy voicesPage Scan
23Angels from the realms of gloryPage Scan
24Hark, what celestial soundsPage Scan
25Hark, hark, the notes of joyPage Scan
26Now the joyful Christmas morningPage Scan
27God's Spirit falls on mePage Scan
28Dost seek the Christ?Page Scan
29Thou Life within my life, than self more nearPage Scan
30Forth from the shores of selfPage Scan
31In thine own being, thinePage Scan
32Be healed, O world, be healdPage Scan
33I bless the Christ of God, I rest on love divinePage Scan
34Lo we stand before thee nowPage Scan
35Sweetest Joy the soul can knowPage Scan
36Here shall Christ be all in allPage Scan
37O heart of all the shining dayPage Scan
38It is a harp of many stringsPage Scan
39Our God is never far offPage Scan
40I hear it often in the darkPage Scan
41Be still, my feet, why rove in vainPage Scan
42A voice is on the Sabbath airPage Scan
43Guide me, O Lord, thy one rightPage Scan
44Help us, our Father, still to provePage Scan
45O sometimes comes to soul andPage Scan
46Lord, when Thou makest Thy presence feltPage Scan
47I own my Savior all divinePage Scan
48We feel the heart of silencePage Scan
49O let us on the mountainPage Scan
50Go not, my soul, in search of himPage Scan
51O Thou whose Spirit witness bearsPage Scan
52How near to me, my God, thou artPage Scan
53I am stronger than my fearsPage Scan
54The heavens thy praises tellingPage Scan
55On the bosom of the FatherPage Scan
56In the silence, O my fatherPage Scan
57God is in his holy templePage Scan
58O resurrection morn, The wearyPage Scan
59For resurrection stillnessPage Scan
60Lo the day of days is here earth puts on her robe of cheerPage Scan
61All the air with joy is rifePage Scan
62The Day of ResurectionPage Scan
63Beside the dead I knelt for prayerPage Scan
64On eyes that watch through sorrow's nightPage Scan
65Ah no there is no deathPage Scan
66I cannot think of them as deadPage Scan
67Bound in the golden spanPage Scan
68Where life is waking all aroundPage Scan
69Behold my country, hast thou everPage Scan
70There is a realm of gladnessPage Scan
71I heard one ask, where is a landPage Scan
72There is a land mine [my] eye [eyes] hath seenPage Scan
73This common earth, by mortals trodPage Scan
74There is a river pure and brightPage Scan
75Glorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
76O heaven has come down to meetPage Scan
77They whose hearts are whole and strongPage Scan
78Come up hither; come awayPage Scan
79All before us lies the wayPage Scan
80The Lord is my blessing, my Comforter
81There is an upper chamber
83For thee, O dear, dear countryPage Scan
84Infinite nearness, thee I seePage Scan
85God is the goodness of the goodPage Scan
86I saw the beauty of the worldPage Scan
87Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declarePage Scan
88Thou art, O Lord, the Life and LightPage Scan
89Lo when the morning's early lightPage Scan
90Thou art, O God, the life and lightPage Scan
91Stronger than the Alpine torrentsPage Scan
92The Lord is in his holy place, in all things near and farPage Scan
93Jehovah, God, thy gracious powerPage Scan
94With inner sight our heartsPage Scan
95There seems a voice in every galePage Scan
96There is an eye that never sleepsPage Scan
97O Thou, in all thy might so farPage Scan
98O Christ our Lord, in all mankindPage Scan
99Fair are the flowers and the childrenPage Scan
100Hast thou ever, with quickenedPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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