The Pearl

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d101Shout the tidings of salvation to the aged and the young
d102Soft be the gently breathing notes
d103Stand up for Jesus, Christian stand
d104Stand up, my soul [our souls], shake off thy [your] fears
d105Sweet Sabbath day, dear Sabbath day
d106That glorious sea before the throne
d107The angels are calling me, sister
d108The Christmas bells are ringing loud and clear
d109The Lord my Shepherd is, I shall be well supplied
d110The Savior always walked
d111The Savior is our surety
d112There is a beautiful world Where saints and angels sing
d113There is a solemn question
d114There is an hour of hallowed peace
d115There is no friend like Jesus, so gentle, kind and true
d116There's a home for the blest on that beautiful shore
d117'Tis a tender call that comes to me
d118Two little lambs in the upper fold
d119Unfurl the gospel banner
d120Wake the loud ringing chorus
d121We are marching homeward to that land
d122We are sailing o'er life's ocean
d123We are waiting by the river
d124We bring no glittering treasures, no gems
d125We shall meet in that beautiful land
d126We talk of the realms of the blest
d127We the little children of the Sabbath school
d128We won't [we'll not] give up the Bible, God's holy book of truth
d129Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred rest
d130Welcome, welcome, Sabbath morning
d131What book ought I to love the best
d132What can I give to Jesus
d133What do the angels dream of, mother
d134What is life, 'tis but [all] a vapor
d135When brightly breaks the morning
d136When shall I wear a golden crown
d137When shall we meet again, Meet ne'er [more] to sever
d138When we cross the crystal river
d139Words are things of little cost, quickly spoken, quickly lost
d140Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours
d141You have talents, dear children

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