American Sunday School Hymn Book. 2nd ed.

Publisher: American Sunday School Union, Philadelphia , 1860
Language: English
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a300Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!
a301Oft as the bell, with solemn toll
a302Why should we start, and fear to die?
a303Sister, thou was mild and lovely
a304We lay thee in the silent tomb
a305A mourning class, a vacant seat
a306Death has been here, and borne away
a307Peaceful be thy silent slumber
a308Where we oft have met in gladness
a309I know thou art gone to the home of thy rest
a310Thou art gone to the grave, but we will not deplore thee
a311That awful day will surely come
a312Day of judgment, day of wonders!
a313And will the Judge descend?
a314Lo! he comes, with clouds descending
a315When thou, my righteous Judge, shalt come
a316Oh, there will be mourning
a317There is a glorious world of light
a318Beautiful Zion, built above
a319My Saviour has gone to prepare
a320There is a land of pure delight
a321Come, let us sing of heaven above
a322Heavenly home! heavenly home! precious name to me!
a323When beautiful flowers impart their perfume
a324Come, sing to me of heaven
a325My rest is in heaven, my rest is not here
a326There is a land above
a327When I can read my title clear
a328I'm a lonely traveller here
a329I would not live alway; I ask not to stay
a330I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a stranger
a331We're marching to the promised land
a332In the Christian's home in glory
a333One sweetly solemn thought
a334Jerusalem, my happy home!
a335Who are these in bright array?
a336Around the throne of God in heaven
a337I'm but a traveller here
a338There is a happy land
a339I want to be an angel
a340I have a Father in the promised land
a341Joyfully, joyfully, onward we move
a342We're bound for the land of the pure and the holy
a343Come, children, let us sweetly sing
a344Ye angels, who stand round the throne
a345A crown of glory bright
a346Give me the wings of faith, to rise
a347There is an hour of peaceful rest
a348'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints
a349How pleasant thus to dwell below
a350Here we suffer grief and pain
a351Here we meet to part again
a352From Greenland's icy mountains
a353Hark! ten thousand harps and voices
a354Shout the tidings of salvation
a355Wake the song of jubilee
a356We meet for evening prayer
a357O'er the gloomy hills of darkness
a358Blow ye the trumpet, blow
a359Yes! we trust the day is breaking
a360On the mountain's top appearing
a361The morning light is breaking
a362Hasten, Lord, the glorious time
a363To our dear Sabbath-school there ought many to come
a364When shall the voice of singing
a365Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
a366Preserved by thine almighty power
a367The Sunday-school army has gather'd once more
a368Come, join our celebration
a369To-day we come with singing
a370We come, we come, in joyous train
a371Happy, happy, meet we here
a372Joyful, joyful, joyful be our numbers!
a373Days and weeks and months, returning
a374Come, children, raise your voices high
a375Precious Saviour! of Salvation
a376We lift our voices
a377We bring no glittering treasures
a378Come, little soldiers, join in our band
a379To thee, O blessed Saviour
a380Thanks to our heavenly Father
a381Hosannas were by children sung
a382Little children, can you tell
a383There is no name so sweet on earth
a384The sun that lights the world shall fade
a385While, with ceaseless course the sun
a386Say, brothers, will you meet us
a387When shall we meet again?
a388Glory to thee, my God, this night
a389I ought to love my mother
a390To do to others as I would
a391My country, 'tis of thee
a392Kind words can never die
a393When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streaming
a394We all love one another
a395Mary to the Saviour's tomb
a396Life's rosy morn her golden light
a397O thou before whose gracious throne
a398Ere on my bed my limbs I lay
a399Now I lay me down to sleep

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