Sunday School Service Book and Hymnal

Editor: H. G. Spaulding
Publisher: Unitarian Sunday School Society, Boston, Mass., 1885
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
Language: English
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101God of Jesus, hear me nowPage Scan
102Hark! the loving Saviour's voicePage Scan
103I think when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
104Have ye look'd for my sheep in the desertPage Scan
105Behold the Prince of PeacePage Scan
106Feeble, helpless, how shall IPage Scan
107Pleasant are Thy courts abovePage Scan
108Thou knowest, Lord, the weariness and sorrowPage Scan
109God will take care of you CUSTODIAPage Scan
110I hear a sweet voice ringing clearPage Scan
111Hear ye not a voice from heavenPage Scan
112Lord, Thy Word abidethPage Scan
113Whate'er my God ordains is rightPage Scan
114I thank Thee, Lord, that Thou hast madePage Scan
115One thought I have, my ample creedPage Scan
116The Lord is in His Holy PlacePage Scan
117Oh, the Father's hands are helpingPage Scan
118Hark, hark, my soul! thy Father's voice is callingVOX PATRISPage Scan
119As a bird in meadow fairPage Scan
120Lord, Thy children guide and keepPage Scan
121Higher, higher, will we climbPage Scan
122Father, Thy boundless lovePage Scan
123I know, O Father, all my lifePage Scan
124The child leans on its parent's breastPage Scan
125Deal gently with us, Lord! Page Scan
126I need thy presence, Lord, each passing hourPage Scan
127One gift, my God, I seekPage Scan
128Sun of my soul, for ever nearPage Scan
129I little see, I little knowPage Scan
130Thou, Lord of life, whose tender carePage Scan
131More love, O God, to theePage Scan
132Nearer, my God, to TheePage Scan
133Have mercy, O our Father!Page Scan
134Oh, lead me, my Father, lead ThouPage Scan
135Father, we are young and weakPage Scan
136There lives a voice within mePage Scan
137O'er the wide and restless oceanPage Scan
138Come, labor on! Come, labor on!Page Scan
139Little by little the time goes byPage Scan
140Strive! yet I do not promisePage Scan
141Life is not a fleeting shadowPage Scan
142Strong in the living GodPage Scan
143Gird Thou our souls, O God of might!Page Scan
144In hearts from sin deliveredPage Scan
145Work, for the night is comingLABORPage Scan
146Life is onward,--use itPage Scan
147Who is on the Lord's side?Page Scan
148Onward, onward, though the regionPage Scan
149One by one the sands are flowingPage Scan
150Speak gently! it is better farPage Scan
151Come friends! the world wants mendingPage Scan
152Come, brothers, let us go!Page Scan
153Never lose the golden rulePage Scan
154Rescue the perishing, bring home the wand'rersPage Scan
155Speak the truth! for that is rightPage Scan
156There are lonely hearts to cherishPage Scan
157Be not swift to take offensePage Scan
158Raise a glad and grateful songPage Scan
159Lord, what off'rings shall we bringPage Scan
160See the rivers flowing Downward to the seaPage Scan
161The world is bright and fair, we knowPage Scan
162It singeth low in ev'ry heartPage Scan
163Ev'ry morn the red sun Rises warm and brightPage Scan
164Father, to Thee we look in all our sorrowPage Scan
165O Paradise! O Paradise!Page Scan
166One sweetly solemn thoughtPage Scan
167O Father! by Thy holy willPage Scan
168"For ever with the Lord!"Page Scan
169Abide with me! fast falls the eventidePage Scan
170O God! our help in ages pastPage Scan
171We are but pilgrims here, Heav'n is our homePage Scan
172What is birdie doingPage Scan
173What can little ones like mePage Scan
174The fields are all white, And the reapers are fewHARVESTPage Scan
175Little hands, be free in givingPage Scan
176God of heav'n, O hear us singing!Page Scan
177To and fro! to and fro!Page Scan
178The ever changing seasons In silence come and goPage Scan
179Come, Christian youths and maidensCOMMEMORATIONPage Scan
180The world itself keeps Easter DayPage Scan
181Ye happy bells of Easter Day!Page Scan
182The buds are bursting on the treesPage Scan
183Sweetly are the birds singing Page Scan
184Down in the valley, By the little rillPage Scan
185Come forth, and bring your garlands!Page Scan
186Here, Lord, we offer Thee all that is fairestOFFERTORYPage Scan
187God bless our native land!Page Scan
188From land to land, to realms afarPage Scan
189In the glorious days of harvestPage Scan
190Singing, the reapers homeward comePage Scan
191Once more the lib'ral year laughs outPage Scan
192We plough the fertile meadowsPage Scan
193The corn is ripe for reapingPage Scan
194Ring, ring the bells, the joyful bellsPage Scan
195Ring, Christmas bells, ring merrilyPage Scan
196Carol, carol, Christians! Carol joyfully!Page Scan
197All my heart this night rejoicesPage Scan
198O little town of BethlehemPage Scan

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