Universal Hymns: Compiled for the North End Union

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1Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky
2I said it in the meadow path
3O Life that maketh all things new
4I ask not wealth, but power to take
5Oh, yet we trust that somehow good
6With wider view come loftier goal
7The heart it hath its own estate
8Live thou thy life; nor take thou heed
9The very blossoms of our life
10God of the earth, the sky, the sea!
11There is a something sweet and pure
12Now I resolve with all my heart
13O God, whose presence glows in all
14Oh, sometimes comes to soul and sense
15In quiet hours the tranquil soul
16He liveth long who liveth well
17Again, as evening's shadow falls
18Not always on the mount may we
19Now is the seed time; God alone
20Abide not in the realm of dreams
21From all that dwell below the skies
22Now with creation's morning song
23New every morning is the love
24Saint Augustine has truly said
25Go forth to life, O child of earth!
26'Tis winter now; the fallen snow
27O God! I thank Thee for each sight
28How happy is he, born and taught
29To-day be joy in every heart
30Here, like the birds that wander free
31There grew a little flower once
32Wherever in the world I am
33Father, I know that all my life
34Prune thou thy words, the thoughts control
35Scorn not the slightest word or deed
36New words to speak, new thoughts to hear
37One thought I have, my ample creed
38O God, whose law is in the sky
39The cattle on a thousand hills
40Who is thy neighbor? He whom thou
41O Love divine, of all that is
42Sing praise to God for sun and shade
43We pray no more, made lowly wise
44Father, we would not dare to change
45Oh, not in far-off realms of space
46O Name, all other names above
47Be true to every inmost thought
48Welcome from God, O glad new year
49Speak gently—it is better far
50There is a book, who runs may read
51Think gently of the erring one
52As pants the hart for cooling springs
53I want a principle within
54How glad the tone when summer's sun
55All as God wills! who wisely heeds
56All men are equal in their birth
57Make channels for the streams of love
58O little birds that all day long
59Not only for some task sublime
60I cannot think of them as dead
61I little see, I little know
62One holy Church of God appears
63I long for household voices gone
64It surely is a wasted heart
65Many in one, our fathers said
66Walk in the light! so shalt thou know
67Our Father, through the coming year
68He always wins who sides with God
69I do not plead because I would
70The dove, let loose in eastern skies
71From lips divine, like healing balm
72Ope, ope, my soul! around thee press
73We bring, O Lord, our hearts to Thee
74There is a mother's voice of love
75The softened mold is brown and warm
76The harp at nature's advent strung
77Rouse up to work that waits for us
78I hear it often in the dark
79The Lord is in His holy place
80Lord! when I all things would possess
81Sweet morn! from countless cups of gold
82While Thee I seek, protecting Power
83I look to Thee in ev'ry need
84Sow in the morn thy seed
85Through dangers of the night
86Blest are the pure in heart
87Send down Thy truth, O God
88At first I prayed for Light
89My God, my strength, my hope
90Teach me, my God and King
91Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
92Little by little the time goes by
93What is the law of thy beauty?
94Out of the darkness
95Kind words can never die
96Nearer, my God, to Thee
97My country, 'tis of thee
98Purer yet and purer
99Little deeds of kindness
100Pluck the rose while blooming

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