Universal Hymns Compiled for the North End Union

Editor: J. W. Frothingham
Publisher: Thomas Todd, Boston, Mass., 1894
Denomination: American Unitarian Association
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d1Abide not in the realm of dreams
d2Again, as evening's shadow falls
d3All are architects of fate
d4All around us, fair with flowers
d5All as God wills, who wisely heeds To give or to withhoild
d6All before us lies the way
d7Angry words, O let them never
d8Are we sowing seeds of kindness
d9As pants the hart for cooling flood [springs] [streams]
d10At first I prayed for light
d11Backward looking o'er the past
d12Be firm and be faithful, desert not
d13Be thyself, a nobler gospel
d14Be true to every inmost thought
d15Blest are the pure in heart, For they shall see our [their] God
d16Build not on tomorrow
d17Can a little child like me
d18Clear in memory's silent reaches
d19Come sing with holy holy [joy and] gladness, Alleluias
d20Day by day the manna fell
d21Do not look for wrong and evil
d22Dost thou hear the bugle sounding
d23Every day is a fresh beginning
d24Father, hear the prayer we offer
d25Father, holy Guardian, in thy tender love
d26Father, I know that all my life Is portioned out for me
d27Father, in thy mysterious presence kneeling
d28Father, there is no change to live with thee
d29Father, to us, thy children, humbly kneeling
d30Father, we would not dare to change
d31Fill the moments one by one
d32From all that [who] dwell [dwells] below the [in earth and] skies
d33From lips divine, like healing balm
d34Go forth to life, O child of earth
d35Go, my child, thus saith the Highest
d36God is in his holy temple, all the earth keep silence here
d37God is love, his mercy brightens
d38God of the earth, the sky, the sea
d39God, who hath made the daisies
d40God's smile is on the waters
d41Hark, the lilies whisper tenderly and low
d42Hast thou, midst life's empty noises
d43Have you heard the golden city
d44He always wins who sides with God
d45He hides within the lily
d46He liveth long who liveth well
d47He may be great who proudly rears
d48Heir of all the ages, I
d49Here, like the birds that wander free
d50Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d51Holy Life, descending
d52Holy Spirit, truth divine, Dawn upon this soul of mine
d53How beautiful it is to be alive
d54How glad the tone when summer's sun
d55How happy is he born and [or] taught
d56How shall come thy [the] kingdom holy
d57I ask not wealth, but power to take
d58I believe in Human Kindness Large amid the sons of men
d59I cannot think of them as dead
d60I count this thing to be grandly true
d61I do not plead becaue I would
d62I hear it often in the dark
d63I little see, I little know
d64I live for those who love me, whose hearts
d65I long for household voices gone
d66I look to thee in every need
d67I said it in the meadow path
d68I want a principle within
d69If I were a sunbeam, I know what I would do I
d70If we only sought to brighten
d71In quiet hours the tranquil soul
d72In the vales a murmur, on the hills a stir
d73In this peaceful house of prayer
d74Is it raining, little flower
d75It singeth low in every heart, we hear it each and all
d76It surely is a wasted heart
d77Keep striving, the winners are those
d78Kind words can never die, Cherished and blest
d79Kindly words and thoughtful service
d80Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d81Learners are we all at school
d82Let us be tender, and trusty, and true
d83Life is onward, use it
d84Life of ages, richly poured, Love of God, unspent and free
d85Life of all that lives below Let thy spirit in us flow
d86Little by little the time goes by
d87Little deeds of kindness
d88Live for something be not idle
d89Live thou thy life nor take thou heed
d90Lo the earth is risen
d91Lord, when I all things would possess
d92Love divine, all loves [love] excelling
d93Make channels for the streams of love
d94Many in one, our fathers said
d95May I resolve with all my heart
d96Misfortune's hand hangs o'er me
d97My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d98My God, my strength, my hope on thee I cast
d99Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d100New every morning is the love

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