The Sunday School Liturgy. (4th ed.)

Publisher: Walker, Wise & Co., Boston, 1860
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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1Father in heaven, to whom our heartsPage Scan
2What secret hand, at morning lightPage Scan
3Blest day of God! most calm, most brightPage Scan
4Come, thou Almighty King!Page Scan
5Sweet is the task, O LordPage Scan
6To God the only wisePage Scan
7While here the throne of grace we seekPage Scan
8Suppliant, lo! thy children bendPage Scan
9O, give thanks to Him who madePage Scan
10Father and Guardian! to thy shrinePage Scan
11Father of earth and heavenPage Scan
12Hear ye not a voice from heavenPage Scan
13Praise the Lord when blushing morningPage Scan
14When the joyous day is dawningPage Scan
15Again, from calm and sweet reposePage Scan
16Blest Instructor! from thy waysPage Scan
17Gracious God, our Heavenly Father!Page Scan
18In the duties now before usPage Scan
19Father! thy children bend the kneePage Scan
20Go when the morning shinethPage Scan
21Safely through another weekPage Scan
22Great God! and wilt thou condescendPage Scan
23It was our Heavenly Father's lovePage Scan
24He sendeth sun, he sendeth showerPage Scan
25I thank the goodness and the gracePage Scan
26O thou, who hast at thy commandPage Scan
27Our Father in heaven, we hallow thy namePage Scan
28God is so good that he will hearPage Scan
29Come, rejoice in the LordPage Scan
30None is like God, who reigns abovePage Scan
31There's not a dye that paints the rosePage Scan
32Beyond, beyond that boundless seaPage Scan
33When I look up to yonder skyPage Scan
34There's not a star whose twinkling lightPage Scan
35God, who is just and kindPage Scan
36Lo! the lilies of the field!Page Scan
37Among the deepest shades of nightPage Scan
38May I resolve with all my heartPage Scan
39Calm on the listening ear of nightPage Scan
40In the green fields of PalestinePage Scan
41He lived as none but he has livedPage Scan
42Hail to the Lord's anointed!Page Scan
43How sweetly flowed the Gospel's soundPage Scan
44Once was heard the song of childrenPage Scan
45Shepherd of tender youthPage Scan
46See Israel's gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
47To thy pastures green and fairPage Scan
48Feeble, helpless, how shall IPage Scan
49How many ways the young may findPage Scan
50My son, be this thy simple planPage Scan
51Now that my journey's just begunPage Scan
52Young and happy while thou artPage Scan
53Thou must be born again!Page Scan
54What if the little rain should sayPage Scan
55Think gently of the erring one!Page Scan
56Forgive thy foes,--nor that alonePage Scan
57A little word in kindness saidPage Scan
58Blessed Lord, thy grace impartPage Scan
59Blest are the pure in heartPage Scan
60Be it my only wisdom herePage Scan
61Words are things of little costPage Scan
62The hours are viewless angelsPage Scan
63Father of mercies! in thy wordPage Scan
64Holy Bible! book divine!Page Scan
65Unheard the dews around me fallPage Scan
66In the broad fields of heavenPage Scan
67Forth to the land of promise boundPage Scan
68O, when the hours of life are pastPage Scan
69The bird let loose in eastern skiesPage Scan
70Hark! from that glorious world what songsPage Scan
71Death rides on every passing breezePage Scan
72O spirit, freed from earthPage Scan
73Peaceful be thy silent slumberPage Scan
74Saviour, now receive himPage Scan
75Go to thy rest, fair child!Page Scan
76Why do we mourn departing friendsPage Scan
77Cease, ye mourners, cease to languishPage Scan
78Great God, we own that mighty handPage Scan
79Awake, O God, my careless heartPage Scan
80God of our fathers, hearPage Scan
81Summer days are comingPage Scan
82The freshly blooming flowersPage Scan
83There cometh o'er the spiritPage Scan
84Here like the birds, that wander freePage Scan
85We meet again in gladnessPage Scan
86What thanks, O God, to thee are duePage Scan
87God bless our native land!Page Scan
88My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
89Father! grant us now thy blessingPage Scan
90How pleasant thus, to dwell belowPage Scan
91Thanks to thee, before we partPage Scan
92Thy gracious aid, great God, impartPage Scan
93As the sun's enlivening eyePage Scan
94Lo! the day of rest declinethPage Scan
95Softly fades the twilight rayPage Scan
96On the dewy breath of evenPage Scan
97Slowly, by God’s hand unfurledPage Scan
98Before I close my eyes in sleepPage Scan
99How beautiful the setting sun!Page Scan
100From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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