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The Wave of Sunday School Song

Editor: J. A. Williams
Publisher: Samuel Rose at Methodist Book Room, Toronto, Ont., 1878
Denomination: Methodist churches of Canada
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d1Angry words, O let them never
d2Ask for the old path, God will make it plain
d3Behold the changing autumn leaves
d4Beyond the clouds that o'er us form
d5Blessed are they that do his commandments
d6Blessed Scripture, priceless treasure
d7Carefully, tearfully, will I draw nigh
d8Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d9Come, come to the Sunday school
d10Come, let us join our cheerful songs With angels round the throne
d11Come, let us pray; 'tis sweet to feel That God himself is near
d12Come, O come with thy broken heart
d13Come, stay thy feet by the sheltering Rock
d14Day by day, where'er I journey, As I bear my heavy load
d15Dear Savior, from thy throne above, where countless
d16Dear Sunday school, thou sacred place
d17Don't be idle, don't be idle
d18Each cooing dove and sighing bough
d19Floating on between the shadows
d20From the land of toil and duty
d21Gather up the fragments, Scattered here and there
d22Gathering homeward from every land
d23Gathering, in the early dawn
d24Gentle Savior, be thou near us
d25Glad as the morning, swift as the light
d26Go work in my vineyard, the laborers are few
d27Guide me, O thou great Jehovah
d28Happy children here unite
d29Hark, the Christmas bells are ringing, Angel voices
d30Hark, 'tis the voice of the Savior calling Tenderly calling us home
d31He leadeth me, O blessed thought
d32Here I'm kneeling by my bedside
d33Ho, my comrades, see the signal Jesus waves on high
d34How much owest thou
d35How often in life's journey
d36How sweet to feel the Savior near
d37I have heard of a land far away
d38I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest
d39I love to be found when the Sabbath rolls round
d40I may not know all the joyful songs of heaven
d41I need thee, precious Jesus [Jesu], for I am full of sin
d42I will go and tell my Savior
d43If you have a pleasant thought, sing it
d44I'm a pilgrim and a stranger passing over
d45In happy song our voices we will raise
d46In me ye may have peace
d47In our homes and on our way
d48In the golden sunlight, shining bright
d49Jesus, high in glory
d50Jesus, I am waiting now
d51Jesus, I come to thee, Who else beside
d52Jesus, in thy glorious dwelling
d53Jesus is our Leader, As we pass along
d54Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d55Kind friends, I came hither my mission to prove
d56Lift thine eyes Unto the hills
d57Lift to God the voice of singing
d58Listen to the Sabbath bell
d59Lo a fountain full and free
d60Lord, with childlike faith we come
d61Marching on in the glory of our King
d62Messenger angels are singing
d63My Father, I would be thy child
d64My Savior, thou who once on earth
d65No book is like the Bible
d66No surrender to the foe
d67O city of the jasper wall
d68O have you not heard of that realm of delight
d69O Jerusalem the golden, city bright and fair
d70O listen to the welcome sound
d71O never be weary, with vigor pursue
d72O Savior, I am blind
d73O sometimes the shadows are deep
d74O the clanging bells of time
d75O we love the Bible, book divine
d76O welcome blessed Sabbath day Sweet type of heavenly rest
d77O wondrous story of the Lord
d78One more hymn we'll sing at parting
d79Only waiting till the shadows
d80Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross
d81Onward, press onward, the great command
d82Onward, upward, Christian soldier, Turn not back
d83Open the door for the children
d84Over the river, O where [what] is there
d85Pass me not, O gentle Savior
d86Plenty of work, for the Master, to do You'll find it
d87Praise ye the Lord, let your voices ascending
d88Quiet as a peaceful river
d89Raise your banner high in air
d90Rally round the Bible, Children, let us sing
d91Rejoice, all ye believers
d92Ring the merry bells, the silver sounding
d93Savior, Jesus, pass not by
d94Savior, more than life to me, I am clinging
d95Savior, Thy gentle voice, gladly we hear
d96See, O see the shining angels
d97See, the church of Christ arises
d98Shall we meet with the loved
d99Sing Hosanna, loud Hosanna, sing
d100Sing it out with a shout

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