The Standard Sunday School Hymnal

Editor: C. C. Cline
Publisher: Standard Publishing Company, Cincinnati, 1888
Notes: This hymnal does not contain hymn numbers 60-64, 102-104, 152-154, 215-219, 234-239, 266-269, or 322-324.
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220The sun is rising o'er the oceanPage Scan
221Twilight is stealing Over the seaPage Scan
222The gentle winds are blowingPage Scan
223Blooming all for JesusPage Scan
224Oh, what can you tell, little pebble, little pebblePage Scan
225Wake, wake the morningPage Scan
226Catch the sunshine! tho' it flickersPage Scan
227Beautiful ground on which we treadPage Scan
228See the snow come downPage Scan
229Why do the lovely flowers bloom?Page Scan
230Thank God for pleasant weatherPage Scan
231The winter is coming, is comingPage Scan
232Hark, the lilies whisper Tenderly and lowPage Scan
233See the shining dewdropsPage Scan
240Who, who are these clothed in garmentsPage Scan
241Over the river the crystal stream flowsPage Scan
242There is a home eternal, Beautiful and brightPage Scan
243When blooming youth is snatched awayPage Scan
244Beyond the sunset's radiant glowPage Scan
245We are toiling onward hand in handPage Scan
246Have you heard of the land where the ransomed dwell?Page Scan
247At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints are gather'd homePage Scan
248Oh! Land of the blessed, thy shadowless skiesPage Scan
249There's a home for the blest on the beautiful shorePage Scan
250Beyond the smiling and the weepingPage Scan
251O, the years they are gliding awayPage Scan
252The soul hath a hope ever dearPage Scan
253It may be far, it may be nearPage Scan
254Around the throne of God in heav'nPage Scan
255On the happy golden shorePage Scan
256There are little children singing round the thronePage Scan
257They are going down the valley, the dim dark valleyPage Scan
258The Saviour is watching by night and by dayPage Scan
259I have a sweet hope that in heaven abovePage Scan
260I am waiting for Jesus to welcome me homePage Scan
261After the voyage and the water's mad riotPage Scan
262My faith to the land of the blestPage Scan
263I do not ask for the pride of earthPage Scan
264I am dwelling on the mountainPage Scan
265There is a happy land, Far, far awayPage Scan
270Hear the cheerful morning bells, calling us to Sunday-School!Page Scan
271O, do not be discouragedPage Scan
272Gather them in, gather them in, Gather the children inPage Scan
273When the morning light drives away the nightPage Scan
274A dear little army of childrenPage Scan
275This is the motto we all would obeyPage Scan
276Little by little the day goes byPage Scan
277Oh, come, come away! the Lord's Day morn is passingPage Scan
278Come while the grass in the path we treadPage Scan
279All is bright and cheerful round usPage Scan
280See, Israel’s gentle Shepherd standPage Scan
281O come, little children, your Saviour is callingPage Scan
282Jesus, I will follow thee[Jesus, I will follow thee]Page Scan
283All the way the Saviour leads mePage Scan
284O guide to richest treasuresPage Scan
285We're a little pilgrim bandPage Scan
286Little children, can you tell?Page Scan
287Beautiful the little handsPage Scan
288Safely thro' another yearPage Scan
289Kneeling by her little bedsidePage Scan
290We are little travellers, marching, marchingPage Scan
291Jesus bids us shine with a pure clear lightPage Scan
292I washed my hands this morningPage Scan
293Thou who once with man didst dwellPage Scan
294Helmet on and sword in handPage Scan
295We're a happy pilgrim bandPage Scan
296Thou art my Shepherd, Caring in ev'ry needPage Scan
297I am a little soldierPage Scan
298We are marching to the kingdomPage Scan
299We're a little pilgrim band, Trav'ling onPage Scan
300Little trav'lers, Zionward Page Scan
301Ever blessed Jesus, listen unto mePage Scan
302Jesus, gentle Saviour, Ever meek and mildPage Scan
303God make my life a little lightPage Scan
304Father, help thy little childPage Scan
305Jesus, come and bless the childrenPage Scan
306Sweetly sing, sweetly singPage Scan
307We are Jesus' little lambsPage Scan
308Little schoolmates, can you tellPage Scan
309I want to be like JesusPage Scan
310"God is love," the snow-flakes whisperPage Scan
311The way to heav'n is narrowPage Scan
312I think, when I read that sweet story of oldPage Scan
313I am Jesus' little lambPage Scan
314Little stars that twinkle in the heavens blue[Little stars that twinkle in the heavens blue]Page Scan
315Who was in a manger laid?Page Scan
316We are a busy gleaning bandPage Scan
317Little drops of waterPage Scan
318Beautiful the little handsPage Scan
319Little eyes, little eyes Where are you gazing?Page Scan
320Gathering, in the early dawnPage Scan
321I've two little hands to work for JesusPage Scan
325We welcome you, friends of our Master and LordPage Scan
326Welcome day of glad reunion!Page Scan
327Gladly we hail this festal dayPage Scan
328Many are the sorros, many are the tearsPage Scan
329Joy-bells ringing, Children singingPage Scan
330Ring out, O bells, ring silver sweetPage Scan
331Glory to God in the highestPage Scan
332The bells, the bells, the Christmas bells!Page Scan

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