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The Sunday School's Delight

Editor: F. Nielson
Publisher: MacCalla & Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1903
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d1A helper of my Savior
d2A welcome warm we joyously
d3A wonderful story I often
d4All hail the bright and beautiful morn
d5Bravely go forth in defense
d6Cast thy bread upon the waters Thinking not 'tis thrown away
d7Come and join the royal band
d8Dear Savior, teach me how
d9Dear Shepherd of Zion, it oft hath been told
d10Do something, yes, something
d11Ever thrillingly sweet is the story
d12Every springtime seems calling
d13Faithful remain to thy Savior and King
d14Father, in thy tender mercy
d15Father of mercies and of love
d16For heavenly heirs our Lord prepares
d17For the bud and the bloom
d18Gathering in the harvest, From valley
d19Hail with rejoicings
d20Happy hurrah, for virtue
d21Have you looked for my sheep on the mountain
d22Heed ye not the lengthening shadows
d23Here again with joy
d24How may we hope life eternal to win
d25I love to think [sing] of heaven, where white robed angels are
d26I soon shall reach the promised land
d27If we knew what forms were fainting
d28I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d29In the cross of Christ I [we] glory, towering
d30In the palace of the king
d31Into a [the] tent where a gypsy boy lay
d32Jerusalem how fair and bright
d33Jesus evermore is calling
d34Jesus, to this sacred place
d35Jewels, bright beautiful
d36Jewels will welcome
d37Joy to the world, the Savior King
d38Let us sing of our blessed Redeemer
d39Marching faithfully onward
d40May fainting souls approach the Lord
d41Nobody knows of the work it makes
d42O, blessed day, when our dear
d43O Jesus, mighty Savior, King
d44O who is it like Jesus by prophets foretold
d45Of all the sweet stories that ever were told, this side
d46On to victory, on to victory, ever marching
d47Over the silent sea, Down by the shining shore
d48Radiant clime of the pure
d49Rejoice, rejoice, the Lord most high
d50Running on errands for Jesus
d51Savior advocate and friend
d52Scattering precious seed by the wayside
d53Shout, shout for joy, a brighter down
d54Some blessed day, Jesus
d55Some day, but when I cannot tell
d56The Lord's our Rock, in Him we hide
d57The sun must shine to give us
d58There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d59There is a world of rest
d60There is something to do
d61There's a happy, happy day
d62There's a land far away where the shadows
d63There's joy with the angels
d64Through the great and crowded city
d65'Tis almost time for the Lord to come
d66'Tis not for pleasure duty calls
d67To Jesus our Savior, defender
d68Uplift the banner, let it float skyward and seaward
d69We all might [may] do good, where [when] we often do ill
d70We are calling to duty
d71We are soldiers in the army
d72We shall meet again in the by and by
d73We will stand for the right
d74Welcome the children in my name
d75What blest book to mortals
d76When the righteous are crowned
d77When the stars with trembling awe
d78Who may to Jesus unbosom
d79Who shall sing of victory
d80With tearful eyes I look around
d81Ye friends of the blessed Redeemer
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