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The Doggy Game

Hymnal: Sing for Joy #158 (1961) Topics: Rhythmic Activity; Rhythmic Activity Music for Skipping; Rhythmic Activity Singing Games and Dances First Line: Skip around the circle Languages: English Tune Title: [Skip around the circle]
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Benevolent Efforts

Author: Mrs. P. A. Hanaford Hymnal: Laudes Domini #463 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: Cast thy bread upon the waters Lyrics: 1 Cast thy bread upon the waters, Thinking not 'tis thrown away; God himself saith, thou shalt gather It again some future day. 2 Cast thy bread upon the waters; Wildly though the billows roll, They but aid thee as thou toilest Truth to spread from pole to pole. 3 As the seed, by billows floated, To some distant island lone, So to human souls benighted, That thou flingest may be borne. 4 Cast thy bread upon the waters; Why wilt thou still doubting stand? Bounteous shall God send the harvest, If thou sow'st with liberal hand. Languages: English Tune Title: SOLNEY
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"Not your own"

Author: Mrs. E. S. Alderson Hymnal: Laudes Domini #464 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: Lord of glory! thou hast bought us Lyrics: 1 Lord of glory! thou hast bought us, With thy life-blood as the price, Never trudging, for the lost ones, That tremendous sacrifice. 2 Grant us hearts, dear Lord! to yield thee Gladly, freely, of thine own; With the sunshine of thy goodness, Melt our thankless hearts of stone. 3 Wondrous honor hast thou given To our humblest charity, In thine own mysterious sentence, "Ye have done it unto me!" 4 Give us faith, to trust thee boldly, Hope, to stay our souls on thee: But, oh, best of all thy graces Give us thine own charity. Languages: English
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Psalm 126:6

Author: Thomas Hastings Hymnal: Laudes Domini #465 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: He that goeth forth with weeping Lyrics: 1 He that goeth forth with weeping, Bearing precious seed in love, Never tiring, never sleeping, Findeth mercy from above. 2 Soft descend the dews of heaven, Bright the rays celestial shine; Precious fruits will thus be given, Through an influence all divine. 3 Sow thy seed, be never weary, Let no fears thy soul annoy; Be the prospect ne'er so dreary, Thou shalt reap the fruits of joy. 4 Lo, the scene of verdure brightening! See the rising grain appear; Look again! the fields are whitening, Give us thine own charity. Languages: English Tune Title: STOCKWELL
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Zeal

Author: Horatius Bonar Hymnal: Laudes Domini #470 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: Go, labor on, while it is day Lyrics: 1 Oh, labor on, while it is day; The world's dark night is hastening on; Speed, speed thy work, cast sloth away! It is not thus that souls are won. 2 Men die in darkness at your side, Without a hope to cheer the tomb: Take up the torch and wave it wide The torch that lights time's thickest gloom. 3 Toil on, faint not; keep watch and pray! Be wise the erring soul to win; Go forth into the world's highway; Compel the wanderer to come in. 4 Go, labor on: your hands are weak; Your knees are faint, your soul cast down; Yet falter not, the prize you seek Is near, a kingdom and a crown! Languages: English Tune Title: DARLEY
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Forbearance

Author: Thomas Gibbons Hymnal: Laudes Domini #471 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: Oh, what stupendous mercy shines Lyrics: 1 Oh, what stupendous mercy shines Around the majesty of heaven? Rebels he deigns to call his sons Their souls renewed, their sins forgiven. 2 Go, initiate the grace divine The grace that blazes like the sun; Hold forth your fair, though feeble light, Through all your lives let mercy run. 3 When all is done, renounce your deeds, Renounce self-righteousness with scorn: Thus will you glorify your God, And thus the Christian name adorn. Languages: English
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Faith and Works

Author: William H. Drummond Hymnal: Laudes Domini #472 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: One cup of healing oil and the wine Lyrics: 1 One cup of healing oil and wine, One offering laid on mercy's shrine, Is thrice more grateful, Lord, to thee, Than lifted eye or bended knee. 2 In true and inward faith we trace The source of every outward grace; Within the pious heart it plays, A living fount of joy and praise. 3 Kind deeds of peace and love betray Where'er the stream has found its way; But, where these spring not rich and fair, The stream has never wandered there. Languages: English
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Liberality

Author: Thomas Gibbons Hymnal: Laudes Domini #473 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay Lyrics: 1 When Jesus dwelt in mortal clay, What were his works from day to day, But miracles of power and grace, That spread salvation through our race? 2 Teach us, O Lord, to keep in view Thy pattern, and thy steps pursue; Let alms bestowed, let kindness done, Be witnessed by each rolling sun. 3 That man may last, but never lives, Who much receives, but nothing gives; Whom none can love, whom none can thank, Creation's blot, creation's blank! 4 But he who marks, from day to day, In generous acts his radiant way, Treads the same path his Saviour trod, The path to glory and to God. Languages: English
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Days going by

Author: George Cooper Hymnal: Laudes Domini #478 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: There are lonely hearts to cherish Refrain First Line: Up! then, trusty hearts and true Lyrics: 1 There are lonely hearts to cherish While the days are going by; There are weary souls who perish, While the days are going by. If a smile we can renew, As our journey we pursue, Oh, the good we all may do, While the days are going by. Chorus: Up! then, trusty hearts and true, Tho' the day comes, night comes too; Oh, the good we all may do, While the days are going by. 2 There's no time for idle scorning While the days are going by; Let our face be like the morning, While the days are going by. Oh! the world is full of sighs, Full of sad and weeping eyes; Help your fallen brothers rise, While the days are going by. [Chorus] 3 All the loving links that bind us While the days are going by, One by one we leave behind us While the days are going by; But the seeds of good we sow, Both in shade and shrine will grow, And will keep our hearts aglow While the days are going by. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: YEISLEY
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"Call them in!"

Author: Mrs. T. D. L. Jessup Hymnal: Laudes Domini #479 (1890) Topics: Activity and Zeal; Activity; Activity First Line: Call them in! the poor, the wretched Refrain First Line: Call them in! Call them in! Lyrics: 1 Call them in! the poor, the wretched, Sin-stained wanderers from the fold; Peace and pardon freely offer Can you weigh their worth in gold? Refrain: Call them in! Call them in! 2 Call them in! the weak, the weary, Laden with the doom of sin; Bid them come and rest in Jesus; He is waiting; call them in! [Refrain] 3 Call them in! the Jew, the Gentile, Bid the stranger to the feast; Call them in! the rich, the noble, From the highest to the least. [Refrain] 4 Call them in! the broken-hearted, Cowering 'neath the brand of shame; Speak love's message, low and tender; 'Twas for sinners Jesus came. [Refrain] 5 See the shadows lengthen round us, Soon the day-dawn will begin: Can you leave them lost and lonely? Christ is coming: call them in! [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: BEYRUT

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