Garlands of Praise: a choice collection of original and selected hymns and tunes suitable for Sunday-Schools, Bible classes and the home circle

Editor: Asa Hull
Publisher: Asa Hull, Philadelphia, 1876
Language: English
Notes: Numbers refer to the page number the hymn starts on. When more than one hymn is on a page, letters are added to the numbers
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101Children in the holy temple[Children in the holy temple]Page Scan
102Thro' heaven's clear arch the echoes rang[Thro' heaven's clear arch the echoes rang]Page Scan
103Come, children, let your voices fill the vaulted skies[Come, children, let your voices fill the vaulted skies]Page Scan
104Weary wanderer o'er the main[Weary wanderer o'er the main]Page Scan
105Who, who are these beside the chilly wave[Who, who are these beside the chilly wave]Page Scan
106List! the merry chiming of the Sabbath bells[List! the merry chiming of the Sabbath bells]Page Scan
107Fade, fade, each earthly joy[Fade, fade, each earthly joy]Page Scan
108Children of the heav'nly King[Children of the heav'nly King]Page Scan
109"Land ahead!" its fruits are waving["Land ahead!" its fruits are waving]Page Scan
110O, come ye, O, come ye, in youth's sunny time[O, come ye, O, come ye, in youth's sunny time]Page Scan
111Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
112What though the fig tree blossoms not[What though the fig tree blossoms not]Page Scan
113My God I am thine: what a comfort divine[My God I am thine: what a comfort divine]Page Scan
114There's a beautiful land far away in the skies[There's a beautiful land far away in the skies]Page Scan
115"How goes the battle?" O watchman, tell!["How goes the battle?" O watchman, tell!]Page Scan
118A tear, a tear! a hope, a fear![A tear, a tear! a hope, a fear!]Page Scan
119Meek and lowly, pure and holy[Meek and lowly, pure and holy]Page Scan
120Gathering, in the early dawn[Gathering, in the early dawn]Page Scan
121Tho' our years are young and our strength is weak[Tho' our years are young and our strength is weak]Page Scan
122aIn some way or other The Lord will provide[In some way or other The Lord will provide]Page Scan
122bBehold the changing autumn leaves[Behold the changing autumn leaves]Page Scan
124aThe way is dark; I can not see at all[The way is dark; I can not see at all]Page Scan
124bWhen sailing o'er time's restless sea[When sailing o'er time's restless sea]Page Scan
126I may not know all the joyful songs of heaven[I may not know all the joyful songs of heaven]Page Scan
128aAbide with me! Fast falls the eventide[Abide with me! Fast falls the eventide]Page Scan
128bWhile way-worn and weary, I journey along[While way-worn and weary, I journey along]Page Scan
130What is life! 'tis but a vapor[What is life! 'tis but a vapor]Page Scan
131Jesus said, how sweet the story![Jesus said, how sweet the story!]Page Scan
132When Jesus was upon the mount[When Jesus was upon the mount]Page Scan
133O, tarry with me, Lord, I need thine aid[O, tarry with me, Lord, I need thine aid]Page Scan
134Jerusalem the golden![Jerusalem the golden!]Page Scan
135When marshalled on the nightly plain[When marshalled on the nightly plain]Page Scan
136aAlas! and did my Saviour bleed?[Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?]Page Scan
136bWhen laughing joy makes glad our way[When laughing joy makes glad our way]Page Scan
138'Tis but the social, friendly glass['Tis but the social, friendly glass]Page Scan
139Yield not to temptation[Yield not to temptation]Page Scan
140Fading, still fading, the last beam is shining[Fading, still fading, the last beam is shining]Page Scan
141All for Jesus! all for Jesus![All for Jesus! all for Jesus!]Page Scan
142Our Father, who art in heav'n, hallowed be thy name[Our Father, who art in heav'n, hallowed be thy name]Page Scan
143Many are the sorrows, many are the tears[Many are the sorrows, many are the tears]Page Scan
144We are coming, gladly coming[We are coming, gladly coming]Page Scan
145Joyful hearts and smiling faces[Joyful hearts and smiling faces]Page Scan
146Wake the song of jubilee[Wake the song of jubilee]Page Scan
149Sweet is the song of heaven[Sweet is the song of heaven]Page Scan
150Hark! what mean those holy voices[Hark! what mean those holy voices]Page Scan
152What are those soul-reviving strains[What are those soul-reviving strains]Page Scan
153Hark! from the midnight hills aroundPage Scan
154Joy and gladness! joy and gladness![Joy and gladness! joy and gladness!]Page Scan
155Lord, dismiss us with thy blessingSICILIAN HYMNPage Scan
156Carol, but with gladness[Carol, but with gladness]Page Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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