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School Service Book

Editor: Asa Fitz
Publisher: Taggard & Thompson, Boston, Mass., 1865
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d1Be thou, O God, exalted high
d2Blest are the sons of peace
d3Brother, rest from sin and sorrow
d4By cool Siloam's shady rill
d5Come soft and gentle evening
d6Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to sing
d7Father in heaven, to thee my heart
d8Father of spirits, take, O take
d9Father, once more let grateful praise
d10Father, whate'er of earthly bliss
d11From earliest dawn of life
d12Go, when the morning shineth
d13Heavenly Father, grant thy blessing on the instructions
d14How blest the sacred tie that binds
d15How happy is the child who hears
d16How sweet, how [and] heavenly is the sight
d17I love to steal awhile away
d18I want to be an angel, and with the angels stand
d19In the Christian's home in [of] glory
d20Joy to the world, the Lord is [has] come
d21Let one loud song of praise arise
d22O Lord, behold before thy throne
d23O thou to whose all searching sight
d24Our country, now to thee
d25Part in peace, is day before us?
d26Praise to God, immortal praise
d27Remember thy Creator, While youth's fair spring
d28Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d29Softly beam [beams] the dews [dew] of morning
d30Suppliant, lo, thy children bend
d31Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright
d32Swift my childhood's dreams are passing
d33The calm retreat, the silent shade
d34The eastern hills are glowing
d35The hours of evening close
d36The Lord my pasture shall prepare, and feed me with a shepherd's care
d37The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d38There is a place of sacred [waveless] rest, Far, far beyond the skies
d39There is a pure and [a] peaceful wave
d40There is a region lovelier far Than sages tell or poets sing
d41There is a stream whose gentle flow
d42There is an hour of hallowed peace
d43Thou didst cause the light to shine
d44Thou soft [sweet] flowing [gliding] Kedron [Cedron], by thy silver [limpid] stream
d45Thy works proclaim thy glory, Lord
d46To thy pastures fair and large
d47When the Olive plants increasing
d48While nature welcomes in the day
d49While thee I [we] seek, protecting power
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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