Songs of the Unity: a Selection of Lyrics for Public Worhip, with Tunes for Congregational Use

Editor: G. H. Hepworth
Publisher: Shepard, Clark & Brown, Boston, Mass., 1859
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
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d1A spirit goldens every hour
d2According to Thy gracious word, In meek humility
d3Acquaint thee, O mortal, acquaint thee with God
d4All around us, fair with flowers
d5All is of God, if he but wave his hand
d6All over life's shadowy border
d7All thoughts of ill, all evil deeds
d8Almighty Father, thou hast many a blessing
d9Almighty God, in humble prayer
d10Ancient of ages, humbly bent before thee
d11Another life the life of day o'erwehlms
d12Answer me, burning stars of night
d13As every day, thy mercy spares
d14Be doers of the word
d15Be still, my soul, the Lord is on thy side
d16Before Jehovah's awful throne
d17Before the mountains were brought forth
d18Behold the sun how bright
d19Behold the western evening light
d20Behold where [when] breathing love divine
d21Beyond, beyond the [that] boundless sea
d22Birds have their quiet nest, foxes their holes
d23Bread and wine he bade us take
d24Breast the wave Christian
d25Brightest and best of the sons [stars] of the morning
d26Brother, the angels say, peace to thy heart
d27But how shall we be glad
d28By cool Siloam's shady rill
d29Calm on the listening ear of night
d30Center of [all] our hopes thou art
d31Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to sing
d32Come to the house of prayer, O thou afflicted
d33Come to the land of peace
d34Come unto me [him], when shadows darkly gather
d35Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d36Commit thou all thy griefs
d37Daughter of Zion, awake from thy sadness
d38Doomed and forgotten
d39Down the dark future, through long generations
d40Earth is the Lord's and all thereof
d41Earth's children cleave to earth
d42Ere mountains reared their forms sublime
d43Every day hath toil and trouble, Every heart
d44Fading, still fading, the last [vesper] beam is shining
d45Faith, hope, and charity, these three
d46Father and Friend, Thy light, thy love
d47Father divine, this deadening power control
d48Father, in thy mysterious presence kneeling
d49Father, in thy presence now
d50Father of our feeble race
d51Father Supreme, thou high and holy One
d52Father, that in the olive shade
d53Father, the watches of the night are o'er
d54Father, there is no change to live with thee
d55Father, thy paternal care
d56Father, to us, thy children, humbly kneeling
d57Father, whate'er of earthly bliss
d58Feeble, helpless, how shall I
d59Flung to the heedless winds
d60For man a garden rose in bloom
d61Forth from the dark and [the] stormy sky
d62From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d63From the recesses of a lowly spirit
d64Give to the winds thy [your] fears
d65Go to the grave in all thy glorious prime
d66Go to thy rest, my [dear] [fair] child
d67God calling yet, and I not yet arising
d68God gave the germ to earth
d69God is love, his mercy brightens
d70God is our refuge and our strength
d71God moves in a mysterious way
d72God, named Love, whose fount thou art
d73God of eternity, from thee
d74God of the changing year, whose arm of power
d75God of the sighing breeze
d76God, thou art good, each perfumed flower
d77God's law demands one living faith
d78Gone are those [the] great and good
d79Gray wanderer in a homeless world
d80Great God, as [the] followers of thy Son
d81Great God, how vain our lives can be
d82Great God, my Father and my Friend
d83Great God, we feel the burden of thine eye
d84Grown wiser for the lesson given
d85Guard us, O thou who never sleepest
d86Hast thou, midst life's empty noises
d87Hath not thy heart within thee burned
d88Have you not seen the eternal mountains nod
d89He comes, with succor speedy
d90He is alone my help and hope
d91He knelt, the Savior knelt and prayed
d92He sendeth sun, he sendeth shower
d93He was there alone, when even had round the earth
d94Hear my prayer, O Lord, my God
d95Hear thou my cry, O God
d96Holy Father, thou hast taught me [us]
d97How happy is he born and [or] taught
d98How swift, alas, the moments fly
d99I cannot always trace the way
d100I lift mine eyes unto the hills, the pillars of the eternal

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