Sunday Hymns: Selected from Heber, Sigourney, Howitt, & Others

Editor: Colman
Publisher: S. Colman, Boston, Mass., 1846
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d1A little child, who loves to see
d2Almighty God, by thy great power
d3Another day of life and light
d4Away dark thoughts, awake, my joy
d5By cool Siloam's shady rill
d6Can I see another's woe
d7Child, you grieve because
d8Come, come, said the bright angel
d9Dearest brother, dost thou sleep
d10Dream, baby, dream, The stars are glowing
d11God might have made [bade] the earth bring forth
d12God, our Father, our Preserver
d13Good night, good night, my sister dear
d14I know, when I lie down to sleep
d15I love the summer [summer's] sun, that sheds
d16Innocent child, and snow-white flower
d17Lord, lead my heart to learn
d18Lord, let my thoughts on angel wings
d19Most gracious God, who hast upheld
d20My child, this is thy natal day
d21My mother's voice falls on mine ear
d22Never canst thou behold the stars
d23O, call my brother back to me
d24O mother, now my brother's gone
d25Praise ye the Lord on every height
d26Say ma, did God make all the flowers
d27See from the east the sun arise
d28Send down thy winged angel, God
d29Sleep, dearest, long and sweet
d30Sweet are the words, Thou art forgiven
d31The early lark, that spreads its wings
d32The summer sun is shining upon a world
d33The summer winds sing lullaby
d34The whole bright earth is beautiful
d35There is a reaper whose name is death
d36They sank amid the wilderness
d37Thou wakest from happy sleep to play
d38Though I am now in younger days
d39'Tis Sabbath night, how still, and calm
d40Up, up, let us greet the season so sweet
d41Wake, now, my soul, and humbly hear
d42Whatever ills to me betide
d43When twilight's gray and pensive hour
d44Where shall I meet thee
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