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Sacred Songs For Public Worship: a hymn and tune book

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1O Lord of seasons! unto theePage Scan
2Once more the liberal year laughs outPage Scan
3What purpose burns within our heartsPage Scan
4The waves unbuild the wasting shorePage Scan
5Who is he fit to teach and guidePage Scan
6In darker days and nights of stormPage Scan
7Our God is good: in earth and skyPage Scan
8O God, whose presence glows in allPage Scan
9Great God, in vain man's narrow viewPage Scan
10Where ancient forests widely spreadPage Scan
11Mysterious Presence, Source of allPage Scan
12O God, i thank thee for each sightPage Scan
13My God, permit me not to bePage Scan
14Lo, God is here! let us adorePage Scan
15When, as returns this solemn dayPage Scan
16Ere mountains reared their forms sublimePage Scan
17May I resolve with all my heartPage Scan
18What secret place, what distant starPage Scan
19My gracious God, I own thy rightPage Scan
20Assist us, Lord, to act, to bePage Scan
21I ask not wealth, but power to takePage Scan
22The past is dark with sin and shamePage Scan
23How happy is he, born or taughtPage Scan
24'Tis winter now; the fallen snowPage Scan
25Lord, who ordainest for mankindPage Scan
26Again, as evening's shadow fallsPage Scan
27O life that maketh all things newPage Scan
28O Source divine and Life of allPage Scan
29He liveth long who liveth wellPage Scan
30The very blossoms of our lifePage Scan
31When up to nightly skies we gazePage Scan
32Ah! why should bitter tears be shedPage Scan
33Oh, sometimes comes to soul and sensePage Scan
34Abide not in the realm of dreamsPage Scan
35What is that goal of human hopePage Scan
36Like shadows gliding o'er the plainPage Scan
37God giveth quietness at last!Page Scan
38Deem not that they are blest alonePage Scan
39There is a land mine eye hath seenPage Scan
40Now is the seed-time; God alonePage Scan
41How blessed the righteous when he dies!Page Scan
42They call the world a dreary placePage Scan
43Now, as the parting hour is nighPage Scan
44Be thou, O God, exalted highPage Scan
45From all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
46Great God, we sing that mighty handPage Scan
47Make channels for the streams of lovePage Scan
48Workman of God, oh, lose not heartPage Scan
49Awake, my soul; stretch every nervePage Scan
50Ope, ope, my soul! Around thee pressPage Scan
51All men are equal in their birthPage Scan
52O Thou whose own vast temple standsPage Scan
53God's trumpet wakes the stumbering worldPage Scan
54Be true to every inmost thoughtPage Scan
55Thou long-disowned, reviled, oppressedPage Scan
56O Thou in all thy might so farPage Scan
57O name all other names abovePage Scan
58We pray no more, made lowly wisePage Scan
59We love the venerable housePage Scan
60Oh, blest is he to whom is givenPage Scan
61Oh, that the Lord would guide my waysPage Scan
62Speak gently,--it is better farPage Scan
63Father of all! in every agePage Scan
64There is a book who runs may readPage Scan
65From heart to heart, from creed to creedPage Scan
66I hear it often in the darkPage Scan
67O love divine of all that isPage Scan
68A lowering sky with heavy cloudsPage Scan
69How glad the tone when summer's sunPage Scan
70The offerings to thy throne which risePage Scan
71City of God, how broad and farPage Scan
72When warmer suns and bluer skiesPage Scan
73Scorn not the slightest word or deedPage Scan
74I worship thee, sweet Will of GodPage Scan
75I breathe the fiery furnace breathPage Scan
76One holy Church of God appearsPage Scan
77All as God wills! who wisely heedsPage Scan
78Immortal by their deed and wordPage Scan
79Oh, not in far-off realms of spacePage Scan
80Father, we would not dare to changePage Scan
81Should auld acquaintance be forgotPage Scan
82It singeth low in every heartPage Scan
83The summer days are come againPage Scan
84The cattle on a thousand hillsPage Scan
85We'll sing our loving trust in GodPage Scan
86The harp at Nature's advent strungPage Scan
87Who is thy neighbor? He whom thouPage Scan
88Walk in the light! so shalt thou knowPage Scan
89Our Father, though the coming yearPage Scan
90Think gently of the erring onePage Scan
91Our Father, God! thy gracious powerPage Scan
92Father, whate'er of earthly blissPage Scan
93The loving Friend to all who bowedPage Scan
94Another hand is beckoning usPage Scan
95Behold the western evening light!Page Scan
96From lips divine, like healing balmPage Scan
97Father, by whatsoever lightPage Scan
98Another year of setting sunsPage Scan
99O God, the darkness roll awayPage Scan
100The softened mould is brown and warmPage Scan

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