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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301Not a life so mean or lowlyPage Scan
302Sow in the morn thy [the] seed, At evePage Scan
303Commit thou all thy griefsPage Scan
304Soldiers of Christ, arise, and put [gird] your armorPage Scan
305Teach me, my God and KingPage Scan
306Come brethren [brothers] let us goPage Scan
307Let your light shine out, O ChristianPage Scan
308Spirit of man, awakePage Scan
309Work on my soul with voice and handPage Scan
310It matters not so very muchPage Scan
311Awake, my soul to higher thoughtPage Scan
312Lord, thy church hath never lostPage Scan
313If thou wouldst like Jesus bePage Scan
314Pour out thy inmost love like winePage Scan
315He liveth long who liveth wellPage Scan
316When like a stranger on our spherePage Scan
317Now is the seed time, God alonePage Scan
318Know, where our duty's task isPage Scan
319Behold the Christian warrior stand In all the armorPage Scan
320From every cross of conquered painPage Scan
321Awake, awake, ye souls, awakePage Scan
322So stood of old the holy ChristPage Scan
323Our Friend, our Brother, and our Lord Page Scan
324O still in accents sweet and strongPage Scan
325Scorn not the slightest word or deedPage Scan
326Angel of the springtimePage Scan
327Cast thy bread upon the waters Thinking not 'tis thrown awayPage Scan
328Justice in forgiveness liesPage Scan
329Teach me, my God and KingPage Scan
330Sow thy seed with gentle fingersPage Scan
331Sow thy seed, be never weary, Let no fears thy soul annoyPage Scan
332Life is real, life is earnestPage Scan
333O Fount of being's seaPage Scan
334Behold the heathen waits to knowPage Scan
335What thou wilt, O Father, givePage Scan
336Now, like heaven's angelic bandPage Scan
337O light, from age to age the samePage Scan
338Send out the sunlightPage Scan
339It is time to be brave, it is time to be truePage Scan
340Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morningPage Scan
341Jesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
342Let thrones, and powers, and kingdoms bePage Scan
343From day to day, before our eyesPage Scan
344O light of Zion, now arisePage Scan
345The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappearsPage Scan
346Our country's voice is pleadingPage Scan
347From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
348Hail to the Lord's anointedPage Scan
349Truth is victoriousPage Scan
350How beauteous on the mountainsPage Scan
351The morn of truth is breakingPage Scan
352Shout the glad tidings, exultingly singPage Scan
353Watchman, tell us of the nightPage Scan
354The morning hangs its signalPage Scan
355How beauteous are their [his] feetPage Scan
356If the world could only know us as we arePage Scan
357Come to the land of peacePage Scan
358Blest are the sons of peacePage Scan
359Where is the church of God belowPage Scan
360I nothing am, can nothing bePage Scan
361Brethren in Christ and well belovedPage Scan
362O life that maketh all things newPage Scan
363Where those who love the SaviorPage Scan
364Giver of peace and unityPage Scan
365How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sightPage Scan
366Our God is love, and all his saintsPage Scan
367Jesus, united by thy gracePage Scan
368New words to speak, new thoughts to hearPage Scan
369If thou hast dried the mourner's tearPage Scan
370Our souls by [in] love together knit [drawn] [joined]Page Scan
371Take thy brother's heartPage Scan
372Lord, our fellowship increasePage Scan
373Wherever through the ages risePage Scan
374Come in, thou blessed of the Lord [our God]Page Scan
375All praise to our redeeming LordPage Scan
376The glorious universe aroundPage Scan
377Send me, today, kind thoughtsPage Scan
378Dear Savior we are thine, By everlastingPage Scan
379Let party names no morePage Scan
380Never a word is saidPage Scan
381Wherever in the world I amPage Scan
382Thy kingdom come, with power and gracePage Scan
383We wait on God, within his templePage Scan
384O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brotherPage Scan
385I hold you in thought, dear brotherPage Scan
386Prayer is the inward consciousPage Scan
387I do not pray because I wouldPage Scan
388I thank thee that I am thy childPage Scan
389Our thanks, Almighty God, we givePage Scan
390Prayer is the soul's [heart's] [saint's] sincere desirePage Scan
391Sweet is the prayer, whose holy streamPage Scan
392We pray no more, made lowly wisePage Scan
393He prayeth best [well] who loveth wellPage Scan
394Come at the morning hourPage Scan
395At first I prayed for lightPage Scan
396One gift, my God, I seekPage Scan
397Prayer is the heart's desirePage Scan
398We sink into his lovePage Scan
399Help me, my God, to speakPage Scan
400From every stormy wind [sense] that blowsPage Scan

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