The Welcome: a book of hymns, songs and lessons for the children of the New Church (3rd ed.)

Editor: Frank Sewall
Publisher: New Church Board of Publication, New York, 1876
Denomination: General Convention of the New Jerusalem in the United States of America
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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7Hosanna, Hosanna, Hosanna, Blessed is HePage Scan
9Children of Jerusalem place the royal diademPage Scan
10Holy Father, grant thy blessing to us childrenPage Scan
11Our Father, teach us how to prayPage Scan
12We come to thy temple, O Savior of lovePage Scan
13We praise thee, we bless thee, our Father and FriendPage Scan
14Draw nigh to us, our FatherPage Scan
15Jesus, gentlest Savior, God of mightPage Scan
16aHappy hearts children bringPage Scan
16bSavior, we Thy children gatherPage Scan
17To Jesus our God and our KingPage Scan
18We come in childhood's joyfulnessPage Scan
19To thee, O God, we offer our joyful songsPage Scan
20To God, the Father, Spirit, SonPage Scan
21Jesus, meek and gentlePage Scan
22aLet us with a joyful mindPage Scan
22bNow to Jesus Christ the gloryPage Scan
23May thy love, O God our SaviorPage Scan
24Blessed Jesus, Prince of GloryPage Scan
25O most mercifulPage Scan
26When, his salvation bringing [sending]Page Scan
27Long ago when little childrenPage Scan
28See the Savior in the templePage Scan
29O yes, the Lord loved childrenPage Scan
30Who is he in yonder stallPage Scan
31aBeloved Savior, Lord and GodPage Scan
31bAs through the opening skies, came downPage Scan
32aSweet is the work, O Lord, Thy glorious name to singPage Scan
32bThou art ever present, FatherPage Scan
33aHarvest fields with golden glowPage Scan
33bFather, from whose hand doth springPage Scan
34aCome, O blessed Savior, rule our heartsPage Scan
34bLord, thy Word abidethPage Scan
35Rest of the weary, joy of [to] the sad [soul]Page Scan
36aThe evening dews are fallingPage Scan
36bHow sweet the holy hourPage Scan
37Holy Father, please to hear mePage Scan
38aO when upon my little bedPage Scan
38bJesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You]Page Scan
39We have come, our heavenly FatherPage Scan
40aHere, in thine house, O God, we meetPage Scan
40bO give thanks unto the Lord, for he is goodPage Scan
41Consider how the lillies grow, They labor notPage Scan
42aLittle floweret, press thy wayPage Scan
42bWhen light o'er the mountain rillPage Scan
43aLittle knees should lowly bendPage Scan
43bLittle eyes, little eyes Open with the morning lightPage Scan
44There are unseen bands of angelsPage Scan
45Swiftly glide the hours awayPage Scan
46We all might [may] do good, where [when] we often do illPage Scan
47Who will meet me when I diePage Scan
48I shall go to thee my SaviorPage Scan
49When he cometh, when he cometh to makePage Scan
50We are sailing o'er an oceanPage Scan
52We are watching, we are waiting for the bright prophetic dayPage Scan
53Jerusalem, thou city brightPage Scan
54Nothing to love be silentPage Scan
55Thankful for the morning lightPage Scan
56Let little children come to mePage Scan
57Clouds are passing o'er the skyPage Scan
58Thou who in thy church of oldPage Scan
59Hark, the skies with music soundPage Scan
60O tell me, gentle shepherdPage Scan
61Good Christian men [friends], rejoice, with heart and soulPage Scan
62Carol, brothers, carol[Carol, but with gladness]Page Scan
66Our Christmas tree is decked once morePage Scan
68Hosanna to King David's Son descendedPage Scan
70Morn of joy and morn of praisePage Scan
72Jesus is risen, death is no morePage Scan
73O sing unto the Lord a new song; sing unto the Lord all the earthPage Scan
75aO give thanks unto the Lord, for he is goodPage Scan
75bThe Lord is gracious and full of compassion: slow to anger and of great mercyPage Scan
75cHoly, holy, holy Lord God Almighty: who was, and is, and who is to comePage Scan
76aO ye children of the LordPage Scan
76bPraise ye the Lord from the heavensPage Scan
78aPraise God in his sanctuaryPage Scan
78bMy soul doth magnify the LordPage Scan
79Alleluia: For the Lord God omnipotent reignethPage Scan
80To Jesus Christ the Lord be glory and dominionPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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