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Singing Pathways, Hymns and Songs and Worship Material for Junior and Senior High School Age

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d1A little kingdom I possess
d2A sand road, the cactus
d3All that wondrous Christmas night
d4All the year around, our Father
d5As Joseph was awalking, he heard an angel sing
d6As the sun doth daily rise
d7At the dusky edge of night
d8Call us, God, and we will follow
d9Come share the road with me
d10Dare to be brave, dare to be true, Strive for the right
d11Day is dying in the west
d12Europe, speak the mighty name
d13Every girl has a quest to make
d14Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all nature
d15Faith of our fathers, living still [faith]
d16Father, hear the prayer we offer
d17Father, lead me day by day In Thine own, Thy perfect way
d18Fling out the banner, let it float
d19For the beauty of the earth
d20Forward through the ages
d21From the eastern mountains
d22Galilee, bright Galilee
d23Geneva, Geneva, God set you very fair
d24Girded the high priest
d25God is love, and love is singing
d26God made a garden to rest
d27God of our boyhood, whom we yield
d28God of the dew, in gentlest
d29God of the earth, the sky, the sea
d30God, the Lord, is waiting for you
d31God, who created me
d32God, who touchest earth with beauty
d33Gracious Master, all this day
d34Grant us the will to fashion as we feel
d35Great Spirit, here we feel
d36He is my Friend, who will spend
d37Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d38Holy night, peaceful night
d39I just love to watch a tree
d40I long to fill my arms
d41I will open two lips of purity
d42I would be true, for there are those
d43I'm born again
d44In Christ there is no east or [nor] west
d45In the west the sun declining
d46In thee we put our trust
d47Into the woods my Master went
d48I'se goin' lay down my sword and shield
d49Jes' wait a little while
d50Just as I am, thine own to be
d51Lead on, O King Eternal, The day of march has come
d52Let me be a little kinder
d53Life has loveliness to sell
d54Like brave Cortez, Balboa
d55Live and let live 'was the cry of old
d56Lord of health, thou life within us
d57Love thyself last
d58Morning skies are darkly clouded
d59My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d60My Lord [he] calls me, [he] calls me in [by] the thunder
d61My Master was so very poor
d62O beautiful for spacious skies
d63O Christ, who suffered pain
d64O Jesu [Jesus], thou art standing
d65O Jesus, I have promised
d66O Jesus, Prince of life and truth
d67O Master workman of the [our] race
d68O most of all my heart throbs
d69O say can you see by the dawn's early light
d70O search the world over
d71O swing the door and let me run
d72O Teacher, we would think
d73O thou holy day, O thou happy day
d74O thou Laborer in the workshop
d75O when I come to die
d76O worship the King, all glorious above
d77Pine crowned hills against the sky
d78Sing a song of exercise
d79Sleep, my little Jesus
d80Sometimes I'm up, sometimes I'm down
d81Stand up will I to my fullest
d82'Taint my mother or my father
d83Take us on the quest of beauty
d84Teach me, Father, how to go
d85The body, Lord, is ours to keep
d86The gray hills taught me patience
d87The last week, the lone week
d88The little Jesus came to town
d89The strife is o'er the battle done
d90The sun is up and the day is here
d91This is my Father's world, And to my list'ning ears
d92Thou didst leave Thy throne and Thy kingly crown
d93Thou didst teach the thronging people
d94To live as gently as I can
d95Today I saw the sun come up
d96Twilights velvet wings
d97Wake, O wake, ye shepherds all
d98We are climbing Jacob's ladder, We are climbing
d99We may not climb the heavenly steeps
d100We've a story to tell to the nations

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