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Songs of the Sun Bright Clime: a collection of choice music and poetry, for Sabbath schools and gospel meetings

Editor: Benj. F. Nysewander
Publisher: Benjamin F. Nysewander, Springfield, OH, 1887
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to numbers when more than one hymn is on a page.
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3Have you heard, have you heard of that sun-bright climePage Scan
4I shall not want; God's hand is open widePage Scan
5Gather the children and tenderly lead themPage Scan
6Will they meet us, cheer, and greet usPage Scan
7In the vineyard of the MasterPage Scan
8Little children are you gleaningPage Scan
9No night shall be in yonder cityPage Scan
10We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
11What have I done for Thee, Oh ChristPage Scan
12We shall all meet at home in the morningPage Scan
13Dear Jesus, ever at my sidePage Scan
14God is weighing you, my brother!Page Scan
15Over in glory awaiteth a crownPage Scan
16I dreamed of the land of the pure and bright[I dreamed of the land of the pure and bright]Page Scan
17O land of rest, for thee I sighPage Scan
18Holy Spirit, Bread of heavenPage Scan
19Oh, how sweet are the moments of prayerPage Scan
20O father, come kiss me once morePage Scan
21My heav'nly home is bright and fairPage Scan
22There is rest for the soul in the rich, crimson tidePage Scan
23Father, teach me how to prayPage Scan
24Bound to Canaan's land of gloryPage Scan
25We shall rest when life's last strugglePage Scan
26Up, friends of Jesus, the harvest now is whitePage Scan
27Redemption's wondrous planPage Scan
28Hark! the voice of Jesus cryingPage Scan
29O Love of Jesus, deep and widePage Scan
30The voice of my Beloved callsPage Scan
31Precious Jesus, I am comingPage Scan
32Christian, on your way to HeavenPage Scan
33Oh, praise the great OnePage Scan
34In the green pastures of thy love, our SaviorPage Scan
35Glory to God, who has sav'd even mePage Scan
36Lord, I care not for richesPage Scan
37Not for the pious dead we weepPage Scan
38We are little pilgrims in the morn of lifePage Scan
39I will go to JesusPage Scan
40I went a trav'ler the earth aroundPage Scan
41I'm a pilgrim and a stranger passing overPage Scan
42When, as of old, in her sadnessPage Scan
43Tho' thy face were bathed in tearsPage Scan
44Oft I try o'er the mist-covered valley to gazePage Scan
45White as snow--oh, what a promisePage Scan
46Oh Jesus, do save me just nowPage Scan
47I'm living for Jesus! myself and my treasurePage Scan
48Work for Jesus, and be worthyPage Scan
49A giant bound with a chainPage Scan
50In this world of sin and sorrowPage Scan
51Day by day, where'er I journeyPage Scan
52When we get home, oh, how happy we'll bePage Scan
53Trav'ling o'er life's rugged mountainsPage Scan
54Blest assurance ever dearPage Scan
55God is love; His mercy brightensPage Scan
56The myriad stars of nightPage Scan
57Father, I come to TheePage Scan
58Tenderly lay her to rest 'neath the sodPage Scan
59In some way or other The Lord will providePage Scan
60Exultant now I sing His praisePage Scan
61Oh, we are workers for Jesus our KingPage Scan
62Tho' far have I strayed from the fold of the LordPage Scan
63When bow'd with afflictions and woes here belowPage Scan
64Thousands stand today in sorrowPage Scan
65The Savior near is standingPage Scan
66Behold Zion, when the Bridegroom comesPage Scan
68O, where is that country so bright and so fairPage Scan
71Beautiful things lie hiddenPage Scan
72"Please, but a penny, but a penny, kind sir"Page Scan
74The Savior stands with pleading voicePage Scan
75Earthly cares will soon be endedPage Scan
76Oh, there is a beautiful cityPage Scan
77I have read of a Savior's lovePage Scan
78I am coming, quickly comingPage Scan
79Beautiful Zion, built above; Beautiful city that I lovePage Scan
80I am but a poor way-farerPage Scan
81There is a shining shore beyondPage Scan
82O love divine, what hast Thou done?Page Scan
83"'Tis finished!" so the Savior criedPage Scan
84Look up--the stars are shiningPage Scan
85aCome, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
85bOur Father, which art in heaven, hallowed be thy namePage Scan
86From the wells of Christ's salvationPage Scan
87On life's blank page so fair and whitePage Scan
88Far beyond life's rolling oceanPage Scan
89Holy Ghost, with light divinePage Scan
90How sweet the name that sinners hearPage Scan
91Woe to them that love the wine-cupPage Scan
92All blind I sit beside life's dusty wayPage Scan
93Washed in the stream that on Calvary flowedPage Scan
94What poor despised companyPage Scan
95Hear now the Gospel invitationPage Scan
96I saw a happy pilgrim, In shining garments cladPage Scan
97aI saw a wayworn trav'lerPage Scan
97bIn the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
98Over the river! oh, what is there?Page Scan
99Bright, golden skies, from the setting sun's rayPage Scan
100O blest awaking! happy tho't!Page Scan
101He saveth me; oh, heav'nly joy!Page Scan
102O there's not in this wide world, a place half so sweetPage Scan
104Beyond the stars, beyond earth's sorrowPage Scan
105God lov'd the world of sinners lostPage Scan

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