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Sunday School Songs: a Treasury of Devotional Hymns and Tunes for the Sunday School

Editor: Elisha A. Hoffman
Publisher: Publishing House of the Evangelical Association , Cleveland, Oh., 1880
Denomination: Evangelical Association of North America
Language: English
Notes: Numbers are the page numbers the hymn starts on. If two hymns start on the same page, letters are added after the page number.
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3All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name!Page Scan
4Holding on to Jesus, with the crown in sightPage Scan
5I stand upon the mount of GodPage Scan
6On Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
7Ye followers of Christ, go forthPage Scan
8If along life's weary journeyPage Scan
9Homeward ever we are sailingPage Scan
10My summons may come in the morningPage Scan
11O land of life and beauty!Page Scan
12Living for Jesus, yes, living for JesusPage Scan
13In the shadow of the rock Page Scan
14Let Jesus lead thee: surely he knows bestPage Scan
15List to the voice that is speaking in lovePage Scan
16Worldly pleasures only mock usPage Scan
17One there is, above all othersPage Scan
18Though earth has full many a beatiful spotPage Scan
19Why not come to Jesus, sinner?Page Scan
20Dark clouds may hide him from my sightPage Scan
21Closer to thee, my Father, draw mePage Scan
22Even as JosiahPage Scan
23Tho' far I have strayed from the fold of the LordPage Scan
24Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing pow'r?Page Scan
25Whoever receiveth the Crucified OnePage Scan
26Tell it out among the peoplePage Scan
27I was lost in woe and blindnessPage Scan
28Lamb of God, the CrucifiedPage Scan
29Up to the bountiful Giver of lifePage Scan
30Blest assurance ever dearPage Scan
31For the joy set before thee--The crossPage Scan
32My heart was late the home of sinPage Scan
33Oh, what shall I give to the SaviorPage Scan
34This our constant motto bePage Scan
35Wake the song of jubileePage Scan
36Come to our Father's housePage Scan
37Lowly bending at the crossPage Scan
38Oh, how happy are theyPage Scan
39Is it for me, dear SaviorPage Scan
40Lord! I desire to live as onePage Scan
41O Jesus! Jesus! dearest Lord!Page Scan
42Say, is your lamp burning, O ChristianPage Scan
43Come, let us work for JesusPage Scan
44We are singing, praises bringingPage Scan
45Lonely wanderer, while you strayPage Scan
46Go when the morning shinethPage Scan
47Make me a worker for JesusPage Scan
48See them go forth like the floods of the oceanPage Scan
49Jesus, Savior, great ExamplePage Scan
50How very glad I amPage Scan
51Christian, does thy heavenward journeyPage Scan
52Amazing grace! how sweet the soundPage Scan
53"'Tis finished!"--so the Savior criedPage Scan
54Christ is knocking at my sad heartPage Scan
55O city of beauty, O city of lightPage Scan
56Jesus! lover of my soulPage Scan
57Why should Jehovah condescendPage Scan
58Do we always tell the storyPage Scan
59Once the Savior took the childrenPage Scan
60Yield not to temptationPage Scan
61Ho! my comrades, see the signal Page Scan
62I have work enough to doPage Scan
63Is there beside thy pathway upward leadingPage Scan
64I cannot do without theePage Scan
65Come, Jesus, Redeemer, abide thou with mePage Scan
66Father, in the morningPage Scan
67Like a star of the morning in its beautyPage Scan
68My Savior, wash me in Thy bloodPage Scan
69God, help a little child to prayPage Scan
70Up, and be doing! thy lifetime is briefPage Scan
71My feet shall journey, MasterPage Scan
72I am trusting, blessed JesusPage Scan
73The Lord's harvest field standeth green and widePage Scan
74"Fear not, little flock," says the Savior divinePage Scan
75Beyond this land of parting, losing and leavingPage Scan
76Stay, pilgrim stay!Page Scan
77Children, can you hear the storyPage Scan
78"I always go to Jesus"Page Scan
79Wanderer from thy Father's homePage Scan
80There is a home, a heavenly homePage Scan
81Little soldiers of the CrossPage Scan
82Heavy burden'd sinner!Page Scan
83The prize is set before usPage Scan
84Helper of the tempted!Page Scan
85The weeds of the heart, how they flourish and thrivePage Scan
86Jesus, merciful and mild, Lead mePage Scan
87Who hath sorrow? who hath woe?Page Scan
88How sweet to trust in Jesus!Page Scan
89Take my heart, O Father!Page Scan
90Above the clouds that veil the bluePage Scan
91Jesus died upon the treePage Scan
92Tell me not that life is drearyPage Scan
93I sat in darkness all alonePage Scan
94O Jesus, thou art standingPage Scan
95Watch, brethren, watch!Page Scan
96The world looks very prettyPage Scan
97Strange, how strange since life is passingPage Scan
98Savior, thou knowest the souls that are drearyPage Scan
99Although so poor I cannot claimPage Scan
100O'er the hills the sun is settingPage Scan
101I am singing, singingPage Scan
102Waters from the smitten rockPage Scan

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