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Selection of Hymns for the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Publisher: B. Waugh & T. Mason, New York, 1832
Denomination: Methodist hymnals (general)
Language: English
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1All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
2Great God, thy watchful care we blessPage Scan
3Lord, teach a little child to prayPage Scan
4The soul untaught is dark as nightPage Scan
5The praises of my tonguePage Scan
6Hear, Lord, the song of praise and prayerPage Scan
7This is a precious book indeed!Page Scan
8I am a child, in knowledge youngPage Scan
9Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comes!Page Scan
10When to the house of God we goPage Scan
11There is a path that leads to GodPage Scan
12Children, awake, nor slumb'ring liePage Scan
13Father, adored in worlds above!Page Scan
14Great God, and wilt thou condescendPage Scan
15What is there, Lord, a child can doPage Scan
16Let us adore the grace that seeksPage Scan
17My thoughts arise, and soar abovePage Scan
18Come, let our voices joinPage Scan
19Glory to God, let us ascribePage Scan
20Eternal Being! Source of love!Page Scan
21Great God accept our songs of praisePage Scan
22What though the arm of conquering deathPage Scan
23Where two or three with sweet accordPage Scan
24When Jesus left his heavenly thronePage Scan
25How serious is the chargePage Scan
26Arise, ye friends of men, arisePage Scan
27How should our souls delight to blessPage Scan
28Assembled in our school once morePage Scan
29Thou, who didst with love and blessingPage Scan
30The book of nature open liesPage Scan
31The starry heavens thy rule obeyPage Scan
32Great God, with wonder and with praisePage Scan
33How precious is the book divinePage Scan
34'Twas by an order from the LordPage Scan
35Lord! fix my wand'ring thoughtsPage Scan
36The heavens declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
37Hail, sacred truth! whose piercing raysPage Scan
38Now let my soul, eternal King!Page Scan
39Lord, I have made thy word my choicePage Scan
40God, who in various methods toldPage Scan
41The praises of my tonguePage Scan
42How shall the young secure their heartsPage Scan
43Behold the morning sunPage Scan
44Oh that I, like TimothyPage Scan
45Teacher of babes, to theePage Scan
46Oh thou, whom none hath seen or knownPage Scan
47What glory gilds the sacred pagePage Scan
48Father of mercies! in thy wordPage Scan
49Behold that wise, that perfect lawPage Scan
50Let children hear the mighty deedsPage Scan
51Bestow, dear Lord, upon our youthPage Scan
52Ye hearts, with youthful vigour warmPage Scan
53See Israel’s gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
54Children in years and knowledge youngPage Scan
55Come children, 'tis Jesus commandsPage Scan
56Though children in stature and yearsPage Scan
57My son, know thou the LordPage Scan
58Now let a true ambition risePage Scan
59In the soft season of thy youthPage Scan
60How soft the words my Saviour speaks!Page Scan
61Happy beyond description, hePage Scan
62Happy the child whose tender yearsPage Scan
63How happy, Lord, thy children arePage Scan
64'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
65The season of youth is soon pastPage Scan
66Lo! the young tribes of Adam risePage Scan
67Hasten, sinner, to be wisePage Scan
68Why should I say, 'Tis yet too soonPage Scan
69What blest examples do I findPage Scan
70Happy Samuel! to GodPage Scan
71The Christians of old united in onePage Scan
72Oh where are the men with virtue endow'dPage Scan
73Almighty God, to thee I cryPage Scan
74With humble heart and tonguePage Scan
75How lost our state by nature isPage Scan
76The Lord he knows the thoughts of menPage Scan
77Teacher, guide of young beginnersPage Scan
78To God the Creator of allPage Scan
79I ask not wealth, nor pomp, nor powerPage Scan
80Tidings of grace now reach our earsPage Scan
81Father of mercies, showPage Scan
82Lord, we confess our num'rous faultsPage Scan
83The Saviour comes! by prophets long foretoldPage Scan
84Hark! the glad sound, the Saviour comesPage Scan
85Stretched on the cross, the Saviour diesPage Scan
86Behold, the sin atoning LambPage Scan
87Yonder--amazing sight! I seePage Scan
88When I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
89Amazing love! that stoop'd so lowPage Scan
90Hark! the voice of love and mercyPage Scan
91Ye humble souls that seek the LordPage Scan
92Now let us raise our cheerful strainsPage Scan
93My glorious Lord to heaven is gonePage Scan
94Let children proclaim their Saviour and KingPage Scan
95Come, my companions dearPage Scan
96Come, let us all unite to praisePage Scan
97Mighty Lord, while angels bless theePage Scan
98Great God, to thee my voice I raisePage Scan
99Lord, I ascribe it to thy gracePage Scan
100Oh for a thankful heartPage Scan

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