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Spiritual Songs of the First National Association of Spiritualists

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d1Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
d2Across yon river's shining waves
d3Again there dawns the natal day
d4All are architects of fate
d5All around us, fair with flowers
d6All hail the Truth, behold, he comes
d7All hail to the light, the pure beaming light
d8All nature speaks, let men give ear
d9All this night bright angels sing
d10And over his furrowed fields
d11Angels come ye in the light
d12Another friend has passed away
d13Arouse, ye liberal souls
d14As brethren here again we meet
d15As the sweet bird that sings
d16As you travel over life's weary way
d17Be thyself, a nobler gospel
d18Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d19Blest is the man, whose softening [generous] heart
d20By cool Siloam's shady rill
d21Come and sing of life's great object
d22Come, friends and brethren, all unite
d23Come, gentle spirits, to us now
d24Come let us join in cheerful song
d25Come let us raise to heaven our songs
d26Come sound the praise of truth's fair name
d27Come, ye spirits true and faithful
d28Eternal Father, by whose hand
d29Eternal Presence, life divine
d30Every step the way thou goest
d31For the future [are we] [we are] building
d32Friends and comrades, hear the signal
d33Friends of freedom, ye who stand
d34Gently fall [falls] the dew [dews] of eve
d35Glad voices let us raise
d36God of the granite and the rose
d37Hark, through nature's vast cathedral
d38Have you heard the golden city
d39He liveth long who liveth well
d40Holy ministers of light
d41Honor those whose hands are sowing
d42Hours here together spent
d43How cheering the thought, that the angels of God
d44How to be happy, Go ask the flower
d45I love the sunshine everywhere
d46I try to count the blessings
d47I will sing you a song of that [a] [the] beautiful
d48If thou hast apprehended well
d49If we knew the secret sorrows
d50In the dark hour of peril
d51In the moments when life's shadows
d52In the silence of the midnight
d53I've reached the land of corn and wine
d54Joy to the world, the darkness flies
d55Joyfully, joyfully, onward I [we] move
d56Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d57Let pure love for one another
d58Let such as feel oppression's load [rod]
d59Let such as make the truth their choice
d60Let truth alone prevail
d61Let us gather up the sunbeams
d62Live for something be not idle
d63Make use of me, my God
d64My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d65My latest sun is sinking fast, My race is nearly run
d66Nature, grandest theme of all
d67Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d68Not he that counts my errors
d69Now let all the earth rejoice
d70Now let our thoughts uplifted be
d71O come, come away, from error now oppressing
d72O home of love we sing of thee
d73O how sweet it is to think
d74O sometimes gleams upon our [my] sight
d75O soul, begin thy mighty quest
d76O think of the homes round us
d77O thou to whom in ancient time
d78O yet we trust that somehow good
d79One [A] sweetly [sweet] solemn thought comes to me o'er and o'er
d80One by one, the sands are flowing
d81Only waiting till the shadows
d82Peace to the man, wise, just, and good
d83Pleasant is life, and sweet the light
d84Praise to thee, all bounteous nature
d85Reason, the friend of human kind
d86Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky
d87Say not, it matters not to me
d88Say not they die those martyr souls
d89Scatter the germs of the beautiful
d90Scorn not the slightest word or deed
d91Shine out, ye twinkling stars of night
d92Shout the glorious tidings, angels come today
d93Sit not idly, with hands folded
d94Sitting in my silent chamber
d95Soft and low those angel voices
d96Soft flowing river, star lighted stream
d97Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness
d98Speak gently, it is better far
d99Speak not a word that ever may wound
d100Stand for the right, though falsehood rail

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