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Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith

Editor: Alfred P. Putnam
Publisher: Roberts Brothers, Boston, 1875
Denomination: Liberal Church of America
Language: English
Notes: Selections of hymns and other sacred poems of the Liberal Church in America, with biographical sketches of the writers, and with historical and illustrative notes
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101Lift your glad voices in triumph on highPage Scan
102Great God, the followers of thy SonPage Scan
103All nature's works his praise declarePage Scan
104Around the throne of God the host angelicPage Scan
105To prayer, to prayer, for the morning breaksPage Scan
106O thou who on thy chosen SonPage Scan
107Like Isr'l's hosts to exile drivenPage Scan
108In this glad hour, when children meetPage Scan
109Father, thy gentle chastisementPage Scan
110We rear not a temple, like Judah's of oldPage Scan
111Oppression shall not always reignPage Scan
112Mighty One, before whose facePage Scan
113O thou whose love can ne'er forgetPage Scan
114Our Father, to thy love we owePage Scan
115Deem not that they are blest alonePage Scan
116O God, whose dread and dazzling browPage Scan
117Thou whose unmeasured temple standsPage Scan
118All that in this wide world we seePage Scan
119When this song of praise shall ceasePage Scan
120Lord, who ordainest for mankindPage Scan
121All priase to him of NazarethPage Scan
122O North, with all thy vales of green, O South with all thy palmsPage Scan
123Thou unrelenting pastPage Scan
124How shall I know thee in the sphere which keepsPage Scan
125Within this lowly grave a conqueror liesPage Scan
126O slow to smite and swift to sparePage Scan
127When the blind suppliant in the wayPage Scan
128Dear ties of mutual succor bindPage Scan
129Father, I see my wrongPage Scan
130Jesus said with soothing voicePage Scan
131When all things thou hast madePage Scan
131aI aim to follow theePage Scan
132Give me, O Lord, a thankful heartPage Scan
133Father, accept these sacred wallsPage Scan
134Loving Father, heavingly KingPage Scan
135The God in whom I ever trustPage Scan
136He made the sun, and gave him lightPage Scan
137I sin, whenever I pursuePage Scan
138For us God's only SonPage Scan
139O when the hours of life are pastPage Scan
140When brighter suns and milder skiesPage Scan
141How fast the rapid hours retirePage Scan
142The dying year, the dying yearPage Scan
143The midnight winds are sounding loudPage Scan
144Black the heaven is overcastPage Scan
145See the streaks of daylight swimPage Scan
146Behold the western evening lightPage Scan
147The moon is up, how calm and slowPage Scan
148My God, by thy directing powerPage Scan
149Father, I thank thee for thy carePage Scan
150God of the earth's extended plainsPage Scan
151Who is thy neighbor, he whom thouPage Scan
152O who that has gazed in the stillness of evenPage Scan
153Our Father, nature's GodPage Scan
154Parent of souls, all tribes dependPage Scan
155Of idle hopes and fancies wildPage Scan
156Never, my heart, wilt thou grow oldPage Scan
157When Jesus trod by thy blue seaPage Scan
158No words of labored prayer I knowPage Scan
159I would my work were better donePage Scan
160Here, in a world of doubtPage Scan
161In the morning I will raisePage Scan
162Slowly, by thy hand unfurledPage Scan
163Richly, O richly, have I beenPage Scan
164What is this that stirs withinPage Scan
165That one so rich in promisePage Scan
166Father in heaven, to thee my heartPage Scan
167O mingle with the widow's tearsPage Scan
168I feel within a wantPage Scan
169Feeble, helpless, how shall IPage Scan
170O for a prophet's firePage Scan
171Here, in the broken bread, here in the cupPage Scan
172Ah this life is full of dangerPage Scan
173O how far are we below himPage Scan
174Our Father, here again we raisePage Scan
175While round thy throne, O God, we bendPage Scan
176Suppliant, lo, thy children bendPage Scan
177We come in childhood's innocencePage Scan
178Jehovah, at thine awful thronePage Scan
179Good night, good night, our song is saidPage Scan
180Changing, fading, falling, flyingPage Scan
181So the two voices, to the dreamer's thoughtPage Scan
182Welcome, servant of the LordPage Scan
183He who in mercy makes the sun to shinePage Scan
184I look upon thy features, honored friendPage Scan
185From Maine, Vermont, New HampshirePage Scan
186They had fed on his wordPage Scan
187I saw the mountain oak with towering formPage Scan
188All the days of my life, be they many or fewPage Scan
189Serve God and be cheerfulPage Scan
190O Father of the living ChristPage Scan
191Man in his might and worldly skillPage Scan
192Almighty Power, whose word and will sustainPage Scan
193We come, a pilgrim band, to kneelPage Scan
194As wandering o'er life's weary wayPage Scan
195When, driven by oppression's rodPage Scan
196The Christmas tree, The Christmas treePage Scan
197Farewell, farewell, thou fostering earthPage Scan
198See, the golden morning risesPage Scan
199O shall our hearts that Friend forsakePage Scan

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