Sweet Fields of Eden for the Sabbath School

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d1Around us fall the autumn leaves
d2As Elim's wells in desert land
d3Ask, for the Father is ready to hear
d4At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints
d5Beautiful faith that will lead us
d6Bless the Lord, O my soul, I am going home
d7Bring the children to the Savior
d8Christ hath redeemed us from bondage and sin
d9Christian brethren, ere we part
d10Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove
d11Come thou fount of every blessing
d12Come to the fountain flowing deep and wide
d13Come to the waters of life
d14Come, ye [you] disconsolate, where'er ye [you] languish
d15Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys
d16Cross of Christ, thy healing ray
d17Dear children, the shepherd is calling
d18Dear Father in heaven Send from on high
d19Do we always tell the story
d20Drawing nearer every day
d21Earth and sky with beauty teeming
d22Evening bells are chanting
d23Far in the desert wild
d24Folded hands in quiet resting
d25Gates of the beautiful
d26God of love, that [who] hearest [the] prayer
d27Gracious Spirit, Love divine
d28Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morning
d29Hear me, Savior, while I pray
d30Hear the sweet voice of abiding love
d31Hear what the voice from heaven proclaims
d32Here a little while we linger
d33I am coming to the cross
d34I am resting in the shadow
d35I am told that over Jordan
d36I am waiting by the river, and
d37I am waiting for a message from the
d38I have thought of the good
d39I know that Jesus saves me
d40I look in vain for light
d41I mourn for household voices
d42I sit and watch the golden stars
d43I'm kneeling at the threshold
d44In some way or other, the Lord will provide
d45In that world of ancient story
d46In the dark and cloudy [dreary] [gloomy] day
d47In the home of Christ
d48In the hour of trial
d49Is my name written on the page
d50Jerusalem, my happy home
d51Jesus, guide my little feet
d52Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gone
d53Jesus, the very thought is sweet
d54Jesus, to his disciples
d55Leave them not, O gentle Savior
d56Lord, I hear of [that] [the] showers of blessing
d57Marching on, with cross and banner o'er us
d58My God, my Father [My God and Father], while [whilst] [though] I stray [pray]
d59Nearer, yet nearer, my God, to thee
d60No change of times shall ever shock my trust, O Lord, in thee
d61Not a brooklet floweth Onward to the sea
d62O Christian soldier, on the field
d63O how sweet the words of Jesus
d64O I know not if purer I'll be
d65O let me ever love to sing
d66O may we all get home
d67O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sigh
d68O there's a land of beauty
d69O this heart shall cease its longing
d70O'er the hill [hills] the sun is setting
d71O'er the [those] gloomy hills of darkness
d72Onward press, though faint and weary
d73Out of darkness into light Jesus calls
d74Out on an ocean all boundless we ride
d75Pilgrim, on thy journey
d76Pleasant are Thy courts above In the land of light
d77Raise your banner high in air
d78Remember thy Creator now
d79Rest, dearest brother
d80Ring the bells of heaven today
d81Rock of ages, may I ever
d82Safely we'll dwell in yon blest land
d83Sailing into the port at last
d84Savior, breathe an evening blessing
d85Savior, happy would I be if I could but trust in Thee
d86Shall we meet in climes above
d87Sons of Zion, raise your songs
d88Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness
d89Spread the glad evangel of the world's redemption
d90Sweet the promise of the Father
d91Tell us something more of the love of Jesus
d92The nearer I keep to Jesus
d93The winds breathe low the fading [withering] leaf
d94There are mansions of love In the [that] land far above
d95There is a calm for those who [that] weep
d96There is a glorious world on high
d97There is a land immortal, The beautiful of lands
d98There's a beautiful river of water so pure
d99There's a city bright and fair
d100This is the day the Lord hath [has] made, He calls

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