The Violet: a book of music and hymns, with lessons of instruction designed for Sunday Schools, social meetings, and home circles

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Editor: A. D. Fillmore
Publisher: R. W. Carroll & Co., Cincinnati, Oh., 1867
Language: English
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19Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
20Blessed Hope, with her anchor of safetyPage Scan
21Shall we gather at the riverPage Scan
22I think, when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
23Jesus wept! those tears are overPage Scan
24That clime is not like this dull clime of oursPage Scan
25When rosy morning dawnethPage Scan
26Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of prayer!Page Scan
27Far, far o'er hill and dell, on the winds stealingPage Scan
27bSinners, say will you goPage Scan
28Out on an ocean all boundless we ridePage Scan
29Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
30Let every heart rejoice and singPage Scan
31Shall we meet beyond the riverPage Scan
32I will ever cling to JesusPage Scan
33Come, children, come to the Sunday schoolPage Scan
34Flee as a bird to your mountain!Page Scan
35Should sorrow o'er thy browPage Scan
35bO gracious Lord of all!Page Scan
36Have you heard, have you heard of that happy clime?Page Scan
37There was a place in childhoodPage Scan
38I love to hear the children singingPage Scan
39Morn amid the mountainsPage Scan
39bFor a season called to partPage Scan
40Shall we sing in heaven foreverPage Scan
41Finish thy work, the time is shortPage Scan
42Far away in the land of the pure and brightPage Scan
43Hark! the deep toned bell is calling!Page Scan
44We are on our journey homePage Scan
45To thee, O blessed SaviorPage Scan
46We have met in love togetherPage Scan
47Strike the cymbal, roll the tymbalPage Scan
50Hark! ye neighbors, and hear me tellPage Scan
51We are on our journey homePage Scan
52Oh come, let us sing!Page Scan
53Shout the tidings of salvationPage Scan
54There is a happy land, Far far awayPage Scan
55We have come rejoicing on this happy dayPage Scan
56The Sunday school, that blessed placePage Scan
57What are those soul-reviving strainsPage Scan
58Only waiting till the shadowsPage Scan
59I'm but a stranger here, Heaven is my homePage Scan
60When Jesus once came to Jerusalem's gatePage Scan
61I want to be an angel, And with the angels standPage Scan
62Hark! what joyful notes are swellingPage Scan
64My heart is fixed, Eternal GodPage Scan
65When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streamingPage Scan
66There is a better world they sayPage Scan
67O, how I love the Sunday-schoolPage Scan
68In the Christian's home in gloryPage Scan
69Be glad, little childrenPage Scan
70Flee as a bird to your mountainPage Scan
71Would you be as angels arePage Scan
72The Bible reveals a glorious landPage Scan
73At the dawn of the day, came Mary awayPage Scan
74I hear a sweet voice at dawn of dayPage Scan
75Joyfully, joyfully, onward I movePage Scan
76They are sowing their seed in the daylight fairPage Scan
78This God is the God we adorePage Scan
79Come, come, come! Come to the sunset treePage Scan
80Listen to a joyous strainPage Scan
81The Author of salvationPage Scan
82Lord! teach us children how to prayPage Scan
83This book is all that's left me nowPage Scan
84How pleasant thus to dwell belowPage Scan
85What mean so many little feetPage Scan
86With joy we meet, With love we greetPage Scan
87All you that are weary and sad, comePage Scan
90List, to the dreamy tone that dwellsPage Scan
91O thou, who from the infant's tonguePage Scan
92There is a rest for the weary SoldierPage Scan
93What if a little ray of lightPage Scan
94Come to the Sunday-SchoolPage Scan
94bJesus, Lord, to thee I comePage Scan
95Come, Children, come Children, wherever you roamPage Scan
96O'er the stormy hills of darknessPage Scan
97Who shall sing, if not the children?Page Scan
98We're going home, we've had visions brightPage Scan
100Are you marching, patient, marchingPage Scan
101Onward, fellow-teachers, onwardPage Scan
102"I'm trying to climb up Zion's Hill"Page Scan
103Yes, our Shepherd leads with gentle handPage Scan
104When we hear the music ringingPage Scan
106We love the sunny days of springPage Scan
107I will sing for Jesus, With his blood he bought mePage Scan
108When sorrow and doubts are gathered around theePage Scan
109It takes a very humble soulPage Scan
110Out in the wildwood and the grovePage Scan
111Patience is an angel spiritPage Scan
112The Lark sits high on the walnut treePage Scan
113We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
114There's a ship upon the seaPage Scan
115Do you love Jesus, Jesus the Savior?Page Scan
116If you cannot, in the pulpitPage Scan
117Blessed Bible, how I love it!Page Scan
118Come and be a ChristianPage Scan
119Our army's called the Sunday-SchoolPage Scan
120Lovely Lord's day morningPage Scan
121Songs of praise awoke the mornPage Scan
122When the morn of life is beaminPage Scan

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