Hymns for the use of the Sabbath School of the Second Reformed Church, Albany N. Y.

Publisher: Weed, Parsons & Co. (Printer), New York , 1868
Denomination: Reformed Church in America
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page. Pages 224 and 225 are missing from the page scan.
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86aWe gather, we gather, dear Jesus, to bringPage Scan
86bMarching on! marching on! glad as birds on the wingPage Scan
87One place is vacantPage Scan
88aMusic, sweet music from angels abovePage Scan
88bWeary wander o'er the mainPage Scan
89Once, upon the heaving oceanPage Scan
90In that world of glory brightPage Scan
91aSoftly she faded, as fades the twilightPage Scan
91bWe come, we come with singingPage Scan
92God in the sunshine, and God in the stormPage Scan
93aShepherds were tending their pastures by nightPage Scan
93bThese many days 'mid storm and rainPage Scan
94Sweetly now, and sweetly everPage Scan
95We are all expecting ChristmasPage Scan
96I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a strangerPage Scan
97There's a bright, unfading crownPage Scan
98Out on an ocean all boundless we ridePage Scan
99Shall we gather at the riverPage Scan
100aHow sweet is the Sabbath to mePage Scan
100bIn the pastures green of the blessed islesPage Scan
101The Sabbath morn, the Sabbath mornPage Scan
102aHeaven awakes the gentle strainPage Scan
102bListen to the rosesPage Scan
103Jesus is our ShepherdPage Scan
104aI have a Father in the promised landPage Scan
104bJoyfully, Joyfully, onward we movePage Scan
105There is a glorious world of lightPage Scan
106aThe day is past and gonePage Scan
106bShall we meet beyond the riverPage Scan
107From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
108How sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
109There's a land of peerless beautyPage Scan
110From Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
111aThe golden rule, the golden rulePage Scan
111bRock of ages cleft for mePage Scan
112Come, little soldiers, join in our bandPage Scan
113I'm but a stranger herePage Scan
114aGlorious things of thee are spokenPage Scan
114bThere's a beautiful home for thee, brotherPage Scan
115There's a song the angels singPage Scan
116The children are gath'ring from near and from far Page Scan
117Though the days are dark with troublePage Scan
118aThe morning light is breakingPage Scan
118bThe merciful Saviour, so loving and meekPage Scan
119Come and be happy, in life's early springPage Scan
120aHow sweet 'tis to meet with companions so dearPage Scan
120bHere, we are but straying pilgrimsPage Scan
121Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesPage Scan
122Flee as a bird to your mountainPage Scan
123Stand up!--stand up for Jesus!Page Scan
124Watchman, tell me, does the morningPage Scan
125The rosy light is dawningPage Scan
126Glory to God in the highest!Page Scan
127Little pilgrim, stay and tell usPage Scan
128We meet again in gladnessPage Scan
129aWe're going to a happy homePage Scan
129bCome, brothers, onwardPage Scan
130We come this day to praisePage Scan
131O we're a band of brethren dearPage Scan
132O sing to me of heavenPage Scan
133aThere's a rest in the home of the angelsPage Scan
133bAnother year has passed awayPage Scan
134Brothers in the Sabbath SchoolPage Scan
135Little schoolmates can you tellPage Scan
136There is a beautiful worldPage Scan
137Our heavenly Father hear usPage Scan
138We've listed in a holy warPage Scan
139O'er the portals of mercy these words are inscribedPage Scan
140Come, come to Jesus!Page Scan
141If you can not on the oceanPage Scan
142I will sing for JesusPage Scan
143Why should we covet the joy of a dayPage Scan
144There is beauty all aroundPage Scan
145I always go to JesusPage Scan
146Come, we who love the LordPage Scan
147aThe Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not wantPage Scan
147bHoly angels in their flightPage Scan
148Brother, you may work for JesusPage Scan
149Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
150If I were an angel, with a bright and starry crownPage Scan
151Come from the hilltop, the vale, and the glenPage Scan
152O God, my heart is faint and weakPage Scan
153We are out on the ocean sailingPage Scan
154O say, can you see by the dawn's early lightPage Scan
155a'Tis sweet to think, as night comes onPage Scan
155bI know 'tis Jesus loves my soulPage Scan
156Jesus, I come to thee, a wand'rer, a wand'rerPage Scan
157There's a quiet valleyPage Scan
158O Eden land, thou land of bloomPage Scan
159I love the name of JesusPage Scan
160We are marching on with shield and bannerPage Scan
161Jesus, dear, I come to theePage Scan
162I will come to Jesus right away, right awayPage Scan
163Jesus lead me, Jesus guide mePage Scan
164Sweet the Sabbath morning, calm and bright returningPage Scan
165Blessed Redeemer, how precious thou artPage Scan
166Jesus, the water of life will givePage Scan
168We must never grow weary, doing well, doing wellPage Scan
169The beauteous stars that shinePage Scan
170Away! away! not a moment to lingerPage Scan

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