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Sunday-School Praises: prepared especially for use in the Sunday-School

Editor: Wm. J. Kirkpatrick
Publisher: Jennings & Pye / Eaton & Mains, Cincinnati / New York, 1900
Language: English
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1The Lord is in his holy templeTextPage Scan
2Glory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
3Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
4Glory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
5A song is in my heart todayPage Scan
6Ring, ye bells of joy, salvation's precious storyPage Scan
7Conquering now and still to conquerPage Scan
8To God be the glory, great things he hath donePage Scan
9We are singing on the wayPage Scan
10Beautiful Sabbath, how peaceful the lightPage Scan
11Happy day of joy, returningPage Scan
12Praise him! praise him! Carol a song of gloryPage Scan
13Before thy mercy seat, O LordPage Scan
14Give thanks and sing unto the Lord our GodPage Scan
15O bless the Lord, my soulPage Scan
16You may have the joybells ringing in your heartPage Scan
17Speak to my soul, dear JesusPage Scan
18Ten thousand thanks to JesusPage Scan
19Crown him, crown him, Christ our Lord and KingPage Scan
20Just a little sunshine ev'rywhere we goPage Scan
21They are pushing out the life-boatPage Scan
22Let in the sunlight of heaven todayPage Scan
23He will mention them no more foreverPage Scan
24Onward, rejoicingPage Scan
25Anywhere, if forward, in the King's highwayPage Scan
26On, toilers, onward, Ne'er looking downwardPage Scan
27Keep step, keep step to the army treadPage Scan
28The Lord is our Shepherd, precious Friend and GuidePage Scan
29I cannot drift beyond his lovePage Scan
30Marching with gladness on our wayPage Scan
31Father in heaven, thou hast freely givenPage Scan
32Forward, forward, hear the King's commandPage Scan
33Christ Jesus is the Life, the WayPage Scan
34Praise to God, our Father, let us all rejoicePage Scan
35Onward, Christian soldiers! Marching as to warPage Scan
36Look to the master 'mid turmoil and strifePage Scan
37O the precious love of JesusPage Scan
38Lamp of my feet, thy guidance lendPage Scan
39When the hopes that smile todayPage Scan
40That grand word "whosoever" is ringing through my soulPage Scan
41An open Bible for the world!Page Scan
42While the days are going for the Lord be sowingPage Scan
43"Have faith in God," the Saviour saidPage Scan
44A few little seeds by the waysidePage Scan
45God is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
46Laboring for the MasterPage Scan
47Saviour, help us in our weaknessPage Scan
48Let us away, no longer delayPage Scan
49I know Jesus will not forget mePage Scan
50Look aloft! the clouds are breakingPage Scan
51O ye thirsty ones that languishPage Scan
52Ten thousand times ten thousand in the city of our KingPage Scan
53Let us sing a song that will cheer us by the wayPage Scan
54"Give me thy heart," says the Father abovePage Scan
55Come for all things are readyPage Scan
56The morning of life is the very best timePage Scan
57All to Jesus I surrenderPage Scan
58When in the glory-land we wakePage Scan
59Praise him, praise him, praises to our FatherPage Scan
60When faith looks up to him who died, and lives beyond the skyPage Scan
61Jesus, Friend of sinnersPage Scan
62In a song of joy and gladnessPage Scan
63We are gath'ring round the bannerPage Scan
64On a desert wild and lonelyPage Scan
65There is pardon, full and freePage Scan
66No longer from Jesus, no longer I'll roamPage Scan
67O let us rejoice in the work of the LordPage Scan
68Jesus and didst thou leave the skyPage Scan
69Behold a stranger at the door!Page Scan
70Earthly sweets will sometime cloyPage Scan
71There is constant joy abiding Page Scan
72Thou art my Hope when the days are drearyPage Scan
73Walking in sunlight, all of my journeyPage Scan
74Over and over I stood upon the shorePage Scan
75Saviour, lead us to thy crossPage Scan
76Dear to the heart of the ShepherdPage Scan
77Bring your burden to the lowly JesusPage Scan
78Jesus found me wand'ringPage Scan
79Redeem'd, O wondrous story!Page Scan
80Murmuring softly, caroling gentlyPage Scan
81I am not skill'd to understandPage Scan
82My life is full of sunshine, my heart o'erflows with songPage Scan
83Tho' passing clouds will often risePage Scan
84Blest Comforter, abide with mePage Scan
85I ask, O Lord, that thou will leadPage Scan
86"Fear not, I am with thee"Page Scan
87The trusting heart to Jesus clingsPage Scan
88Why should life a weary journey seem?Page Scan
89Sing the wondrous love of JesusPage Scan
90As we travel upwardPage Scan
91I've found a blessed hiding-placePage Scan
92Loyalty to the Master, loyalty to the KingPage Scan
93Keep me, blessed Saviour, keep mePage Scan
94March, march away to the world's great fieldPage Scan
95Flag of the free, fairest to see!Page Scan
96There are foes that must be conqueredPage Scan
97While we walk by faith in the King's highwayPage Scan
98Hear the vaulted arches ringingPage Scan
99Praise to thee, Mighty OnePage Scan
100Exalt the Lord of gloryPage Scan

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