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Sacred Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 21st ed.

Editor: Brigham Young, Parley Pratt
Publisher: George Q. Cannon & Sons, Salt Lake City, Ut., 1894
Denomination: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
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d1A saint, and is the title mine
d2All wise, eternal, loving One
d3Beautiful Zion for me
d4Behold the great redeemer comes
d5Come, saints of latter says
d6How great the wisdom and the love
d7How swift the months have passed away
d8In remembrance of thy suffering
d9O blest was the day when the Prophet and Seer
d10O that my soul in joy might meet
d11O what a boon, the Sabbath day
d12O wouldst thou from bondage and strife
d13Our mountain home so dear
d14Resting now from care and sorrow
d15Reverently and meekly now
d16Should solemn covenants be forgot
d17Sing the sweet and touching story
d18Sing ye of a home immortal
d19Spirit of heaven, all pervading love
d20Sweet friend of the needy, kind helper of youth
d21Take courage, saints, and faint not by the way
d22The bodies of our dead are laid
d23The day of redemption, so near is at hand
d24The nations bow to Satan's thrall
d25The truth has come forth in the last dispensation
d26There is now a feast for the righteous
d27Think gently of the erring one
d28Though pride may show some nobleness
d29Throughout this congregation, Lord
d30To him who reigns [rules] on high
d31Torn from our friends and captive led
d32Uphold the right, though fierce the fight
d33Weep, [weep] for the early dead
d34What voice salutes the startled ear
d35When dark and drear the skies appear
d36When evening shades are falling
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