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Songs of Joy

Editor: G. L. Demarest
Publisher: Universalist Publishing House, Boston, Mass., 1870
Denomination: Universalist Church of America
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d1All things beautiful and fair
d2And is it so and is it so
d3Angry words are lightly spoken
d4Anthems of praise to our Maker
d5Awake our hearts, awake our voice
d6Away with needless sorrow
d7Be happy and good
d8Be kind to thy [your] father, for when thou [you] wert [wast] [were] young
d9Be not quick to take offence
d10Be the matter what it may
d11Beautiful, sublime, and glorious
d12Bright morning, hail
d13Bright was the guiding star that led
d14Brightest and best of the sons [stars] of the morning
d15Child amid [amidst] the flowers at play
d16Children of God we all are
d17Christ the [our] Lord is [has] risen today, [Alleluia] [Sons of men]
d18Clasp hand in hand, like brothers
d19Come and sweetly tune your voices
d20Come unto me, the Savior cries
d21Courage, brother, do not stumble
d22Every joy and blessing
d23Father, grant us now thy blessing
d24Father of our spirits
d25Father, whose friendly care
d26Firmly stand, firmly stand
d27From heaven above to earth I come
d28Give me a draught from the crystal spring
d29Go thou, in life's fair morning
d30God is love, his mercy brightens
d31God is my [our] strong salvation
d32God of glory, God of love
d33Good it is to sing
d34Great God, and wilt thou condescend
d35Gushing so bright in the mornning light
d36Hail our nation's birthday morning
d37Hark, the choral anthem ringing
d38Hark, the song of jubilee
d39Hark, the strain of holy voices
d40Hark to the thrilling song
d41Has a neighbor injured you
d42He leadeth me, O blessed thought
d43Hearts and homes, sweet words of pleasure
d44Here's a lesson all should
d45How bright and fair thy footsteps are
d46How happy those dear children were
d47How much of joy and comfort
d48How sweet is the Sabbath, the season of rest
d49How sweet to reflect on the [those] joys that await me [us]
d50I love the bright, the beautiful
d51I think, when I read that [the] sweet story of old
d52If our spirits, meekness
d53If we knew when walking thoughtless In the noisy, crowded way
d54If wealth hath power to charm
d55In joyous concert each heart
d56Jesus standing by the sea
d57Keep to the right, the law thus directs
d58Keep working, 'tis wiser than sitting aside
d59Lend a hand to one another
d60Let the still air rejoice
d61Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow
d62Let us love one another, not long may we stay
d63Let us with a joyful mind
d64Light and shade on earth
d65Like evening breezes gentle
d66Little drops of water, little grains of sand
d67Lo the lilies of the field
d68Lord, I would own thy tender [every] care
d69Lord, make me more patient
d70Lord, while for all mankind we pray
d71My father, my mother, I know
d72No sublimer, holier sound
d73No tear shall be in heaven
d74O, call this not a vale of tears
d75O Father, all I think or do
d76O heavenly father when the dawn is breaking
d77O it is not when riches
d78O Lord, our Creator
d79O never despair at the troubles of life
d80O stars of radiant beauty
d81O thou all merciful
d82O what a world this might be
d83O who does not wish
d84On Bethlehem's plains the shepherds lay
d85One there is above all others, well [who] deserves
d86Pleasant smiles and glances
d87Praise the Lord, when blushing morning
d88Praise the Lord, whose word
d89Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore him
d90Praise to God, O let us raise
d91Quiet as a peaceful river
d92Remember me, more speaks
d93Remember thy Creator now
d94Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky
d95Round the temperance banner rally
d96See the glorious sun arise
d97See the shining dewdrops
d98Shepherds were tending
d99Sing a song of joy and praise
d100Sing to the Savior

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