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The Standard Sunday School Hymnal

Editor: C. C. Cline
Publisher: Standard Publishing Company, Cincinnati, 1888
Notes: This hymnal does not contain hymn numbers 60-64, 102-104, 152-154, 215-219, 234-239, 266-269, or 322-324.
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1Rise in thy splendor, O star of the morningPage Scan
2They were watching on the hillsides for the coming dayPage Scan
3While shepherd watched their flocks by nightPage Scan
4Silent night! peaceful night!Page Scan
5There’s a song in the air! There’s a star in the sky!Page Scan
6Who is this so weak and helplessPage Scan
7Brightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
8There's a star in the EastPage Scan
9In the holy hush of twilightPage Scan
10Christ is merciful and mildPage Scan
11O watching stars, rejoice tonightPage Scan
12Messiah comes! the mighty Saviour!Page Scan
13Softly the night is fallingPage Scan
14Suffer little children, So the Master saidPage Scan
15Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem camePage Scan
16In the vineyard of the Master [In the vineyard of the Master]Page Scan
17Rocked upon the raging billowPage Scan
18There's a light on the dark and surging deepPage Scan
19When the storm in its fury on Galilee fellPage Scan
20Lo! the lilies of the fieldPage Scan
21O'er the ocean, dark and gloomyPage Scan
22O wondrous sea, of GalileePage Scan
23Each cooing dove and sighing boughPage Scan
24Come down beside the waters, so calm, and sweet and stillPage Scan
25Liken the kingdom to the springingPage Scan
26As forth from the city went Jesus one dayPage Scan
27Hear how a sower oncePage Scan
28The Master stood at the vineyard gatePage Scan
29Hear the Master calling, for toilers callingPage Scan
30I've found a friend in Jesus, he's everything to mePage Scan
31The fields are ripe with the harvestPage Scan
32Each cooing dove and sighing boughPage Scan
33Once a feast was made and the board was laidPage Scan
34Her sad vigil keeping, Mary sat weepingPage Scan
35There were ten who stood as the Lord passed byPage Scan
36See him in the garden lonePage Scan
37He was despised and rejected of menPage Scan
38On the cross the Savior hangingPage Scan
39Oh, the gospel story tell, Of the cross!Page Scan
40Cross of Jesus,--blessed symbolPage Scan
41Behold the Lamb of CalvaryPage Scan
42Blessed morn of light and gloryPage Scan
43Christ, above all glory seated!Page Scan
44Low in the grave he lay--Jesus, my SaviourPage Scan
45In the dim and early morningPage Scan
46Three hours the earth is filled with gloomPage Scan
47Ring, ring the bells, the sweet gospel bellsPage Scan
48Lift up O little childrenPage Scan
49Jesus has burst from the fetters that bound himPage Scan
50Jesus lives! lives again!Page Scan
51Out of the shadow of death and the gravePage Scan
52There was love, deep love in the cross displayedPage Scan
53Have you ever heard the story Of the Babe of BethlehemPage Scan
54Once again I want to hear itPage Scan
55Cross of Jesus--blessed symbolPage Scan
56Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
57Thou Bethsaida, the lovely, down beside the seaPage Scan
58O the unsearchable riches of Christ!Page Scan
59Ho, ev'ry one that thirsteth!Page Scan
65I will lift my voice in a song of praisePage Scan
66I ought to love my Saviour!Page Scan
67All praise to Jesus' hallowed namePage Scan
68I've a dear Saviour, ready to listenPage Scan
69Blessed be the name of Christ, our SaviorPage Scan
70Tell me all about JesusPage Scan
71Take the world, but give me JesusPage Scan
72We praise thee, O God! for the Son of thy lovePage Scan
73Beautiful songs that here we singPage Scan
74Come, children, and join in our festival songPage Scan
75The morning bright with rosy lightPage Scan
76Who is like Jesus, faithful and truePage Scan
77Life is full of happinessPage Scan
78Praise him, praise him--Jesus, our blessed RedeemerPage Scan
79Glory and praise and honorPage Scan
80In the Sunday school army our names are enrolledPage Scan
81O, sing the pow'r of love divinePage Scan
82Come with cheerful singingPage Scan
83Tho' the days are dark with troublePage Scan
84Hark! the voice of countless thousands singingPage Scan
85In the ark most holyPage Scan
86Now Hosanna, Son of DavidPage Scan
87There is rest, sweet rest, at the Master's feetPage Scan
88Let us meet at early dawnPage Scan
89I'll sing the praise of Jesus, my SaviourPage Scan
90I will praise the Lord todayPage Scan
91I will sing for Jesus, With his blood he bought mePage Scan
92Singing for Jesus, singing for JesusPage Scan
93Praise the Lord in song, bless his holy namePage Scan
94If you have a pleasant tho't, Sing it, sing itPage Scan
95Children, when you sing and prayPage Scan
96Worthy, worthy is the LambPage Scan
97Hear the royal proclamationPage Scan
98All glory to Jesus be givenPage Scan
99Sing of Jesus, sing foreverPage Scan
100Tho' the shadows gather o'er my pathway herePage Scan
101Sweet it is to know, that Jesus loves us stillPage Scan
105The whole wide world for JesusPage Scan
106A Christian band, from far and nearPage Scan
107We welcome you, friends, at our meeting tonightPage Scan
108Come and hear the story toldPage Scan

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