Sunday School Service Book and Hymnal

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Editor: H. G. Spaulding
Publisher: Unitarian Sunday School Society, Boston, Mass., 1885
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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1O Father of mercies! Thy praises here we singPage Scan
2Lord, Thy glory fills the heavenPage Scan
3Let us sing!--the angels singLOWESTOFTPage Scan
4Songs of praise the angels sangPage Scan
5O Lord, while angels praise TheePage Scan
6Oh, worship the King All glorious above!Page Scan
7Framer of the lightPage Scan
8Come, happy children! come and raisePage Scan
9Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!Page Scan
10When morning gilds the skiesPage Scan
11Maker of all things, loving all Thy creaturesPage Scan
12For life and health we bless Thee, LordPage Scan
13Thou One in all, thou All in onePage Scan
14O Lord of heav'n, and earth, and seaPage Scan
15Heav'nly Shepherd, true and holyPage Scan
16Once more to Thee, O FatherPage Scan
17Above the clear blue sky, In heaven's bright abodePage Scan
18O God, whose presence glows in allPage Scan
19Now to our loving Father, GodPage Scan
20The morning, the bright and the beautiful morningPage Scan
21We are children of one FatherPage Scan
22Sweet is the task, O LordPage Scan
23I have a Father up in heav'nPage Scan
24Praise the Lord! who reigns abovePage Scan
25Oh, day of rest and gladness!Page Scan
26This is the day of lightPage Scan
27Again the Lord of life and lightPage Scan
28O sweet Sabbath bells!Page Scan
29Hail, sacred day of earthly restPage Scan
30In this peaceful house of pray'rPage Scan
31Lord, this day Thy children meetPage Scan
32Hail, thou bright and sacred mornPage Scan
33Father, again to Thy dear name we raisePage Scan
34When this song of praise shall ceasePage Scan
35And now this hour of praisePage Scan
36Looking upward ev'ry dayWIMBLEDONPage Scan
37Our Father, bless us ere we goPage Scan
38On our way rejoicing, As we homeward movePage Scan
39Another week's campaign is o'erPage Scan
40God, who madest earth and heavenPage Scan
41When the nightfall round us closesPage Scan
42There is a book, who runs may readPage Scan
43The harp at Nature's advent strungPage Scan
44The days are glidiing swiftly byPage Scan
45He hides within the lilyPage Scan
46We thank Thee, Lord, for this fair earthPage Scan
47For the beauty of the earthPage Scan
48God is love! his mercy brightensPage Scan
49I sing the mighty pow'r of GodPage Scan
50Ev'ry gentle gale that blowsPage Scan
51The heav'ns declare His gloryPage Scan
52Angels holy, High and lowlyPage Scan
53"What is the law of thy beauty?"Page Scan
54The freshly blooming flow'rsPage Scan
55Thou art, O God, the life and lightPage Scan
56Oft have I walked the woodland paths
57There's music in the midnight breezePage Scan
58God is in the heav'ns above usPage Scan
59Yes, God is good: in earth and skyPage Scan
60We come, O God, with gladnessPage Scan
61As helpless as a child who clingsPage Scan
62Fair waved the golden cornPage Scan
63God of mercy and of lovePage Scan
64Father, let me henceforth bePage Scan
65Hear us, Heav'nly FatherPage Scan
66The sweetest name in heav'n abovePage Scan
67O little birds that all day longPage Scan
68Lead us, Heav'nly FatherPage Scan
69Sing praise to God for sun and shadePage Scan
70Sunny days of childhood!Page Scan
71Father, hear the pray'r we offer!Page Scan
72Father, from Thy throne on highPage Scan
73Holy off'rings rich and rarePage Scan
74We come in childhood's innocencePage Scan
75Hark! round the God of lovePage Scan
76Father, from Thy throne on highPage Scan
77Father, let Thy benedictionPage Scan
78God make my life a little lightPage Scan
79Onward, Christian soldiersPage Scan
80Whither are you going, Pilgrims of a day?Page Scan
81Father, blessed Father! Listen while we singPage Scan
82A band of youthful pilgrimsPage Scan
83Forth to the fight, ye faithfulPage Scan
84Forward! be our watch wordPage Scan
85Oh, valiant little soldiersPage Scan
86The world looks very beautifulPage Scan
87Beneath the shadow of the crossPage Scan
88Art thou weary? art thou languid?Page Scan
89He cometh not a king to reignPage Scan
90Ever would we fain be readingPage Scan
91I would, dear Jesus, I could breakPage Scan
92The Master hath come, and he calls us to followDISCIPLESPage Scan
93O Love! O Life! our faith and sightPage Scan
94In the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
95“Follow me,” the Master saidPage Scan
96Hail the Cross of Jesus!Page Scan
97I heard the voice of Jesus sayPage Scan
98Heaven's arches rang when the angels sangPage Scan
99When the day of life is dawningPage Scan
100Fierce rag'd the tempest o'er the deepPage Scan

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