Sabbath School Bell No. 2: a superior collection of choice tunes, newly arranged and composed, and a large number of excellent hymns written expressly for this work, which are well adapted for...

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119What are those soul-reviving strainsPage Scan
120Hark! ye neighbors, and hear me tellPage Scan
122Come, children, let us gatherPage Scan
123aTwinkle, twinkle, little starPage Scan
123bI must be a loving childPage Scan
123cIn the sun, the moon, the skyPage Scan
124How painfully pleasing the fond recollectionPage Scan
126Star of the morning, beautiful starPage Scan
128Within her downy cradle, there lay a little childPage Scan
130Merrily the temp'rance hornPage Scan
132Minnie! Minnie! dearest sister!Page Scan
133aGod is my friend; I need not fearPage Scan
133bRouse ye at the Saviour's call!Page Scan
134Our bondage here shall endPage Scan
136There's work enough, there's work enoughPage Scan
137To our homes we now are goingPage Scan
138aPraise to the grace which has triumphed so freelyPage Scan
138bThe sunny sunny hours of childhoodPage Scan
138cTake my heart, O Father! take itPage Scan
139aWe love the Sabbath dayPage Scan
139bChildren of the heavenly KingPage Scan
139c"Oh, suffer them to come"Page Scan
140Teacher, watch the little feetPage Scan
141From busy toil and heavy carePage Scan
142In the graveyard softly sleepingPage Scan
143Hail, or rain, or wind, or snowPage Scan
144There is a clime, a cloudless climePage Scan
145When the rosy morning dawnethPage Scan
146Land of our fathers! wheresoe'er we roamPage Scan
148There was a place in childhood, That I remember wellPage Scan
149Hosanna! be our cheerful songPage Scan
150Though I'm but a little maidenPage Scan
151aChildren all, both great and smallPage Scan
151bLittle schoolmates, can you tellPage Scan
152There is a beautiful world Page Scan
153Sparkling and bright in its liquid lightPage Scan
154A little word in kindness saidPage Scan
155O! there will be mourning, mourning, mourning, mourningPage Scan
156My brother, I wish you well!Page Scan
157There are angels hovering roundPage Scan
158Attend, ye saints, and hear me tellPage Scan
159Lovely is the dawnPage Scan
160Jesus! blessed Jesus! Suffering so for me!Page Scan
161Say, whither, wandering stranger[Say, whither, wandering stranger]TextPage Scan
162The morning sun is bright and clearPage Scan
163On every sunny mountainPage Scan
164We are out on the ocean sailingPage Scan
165aDear Jesus, let thy pitying eyePage Scan
165bWe meet again in gladnessPage Scan
166Shout the tidings of salvationPage Scan
167Faith, hope, love, are awakingPage Scan
168Down where the waving willowsPage Scan
169When Jesus once came to Jerusalem's gatePage Scan
170Behold a host with rapt emotionPage Scan
172We leave the world of carePage Scan
174Life is a dreaming--death an awakingPage Scan
175A little child I am, indeedPage Scan
176Our hearts are young and joyousPage Scan
177Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
178Heavenly land! beautiful land! Page Scan
180Jesus! Jesus! precious Saviour!Page Scan
181Brother, thou art gone to restPage Scan
182aThe Lord is my Shepherd, how happy am I!Page Scan
182bHow sweet is the Sabbath, the morning of rest!Page Scan

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