Singing on the Way: a collection of hymns and tunes for Sunday schools, social worship and congregations

Editor: Mrs. Belle M. Jewett
Publisher: Ditson & Co., Boston, 1882
Language: English
Notes: Numbers are the page numbers the hymn starts on. If two hymns start on the same page, letters are added after the page number.
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85Come, ye thankful people, comePage Scan
86aWords are things of little costPage Scan
86bWhen the world is brightestPage Scan
87Long ago, in old JudeaPage Scan
88aJesus, I live to TheePage Scan
88bBlest be Thy love, dear LordPage Scan
88cRock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
89Rock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
90aThe morning light is breakingPage Scan
90bStand up, stand up for JesusPage Scan
91How firm a foundation ye saints of the LordPage Scan
92I was a wand'ring sheepPage Scan
93Who is this that comes from EdomPage Scan
94aWhat are these in bright arrayPage Scan
94bPalms of glory, raiment brightPage Scan
95There is a green hill far awayPage Scan
96I would live like JesusPage Scan
97My spirit longs for TheePage Scan
98Jerusalem, so bright and fairPage Scan
99I left it all with JesusPage Scan
100Oh! the joy of calmly restingPage Scan
101Look ye, brothers, time is rollingPage Scan
102We'll sing as we go through the valley belowPage Scan
103Tho' our pathway may be drearyPage Scan
104Oh, who is this that comethPage Scan
105My bark is wafted on the strandPage Scan
106aLittle beams of brightness, Little gems of lovePage Scan
106bHear the pennies droppingPage Scan
107aWe are little studentsPage Scan
107bI will not swear, I will not darePage Scan
108aWe are but little children weakPage Scan
108bWho loves the little children?Page Scan
109In the morning earlyPage Scan
110Growing up for JesusPage Scan
111Jesus' little lamb am IPage Scan
112Tho' I am a little childPage Scan
113Sing, oh, sing, Little ones singPage Scan
114I am little, but I lovePage Scan
115Waiting for Jesus, and working while I waitPage Scan
116Oh, be not the first to discoverPage Scan
117From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
118Rejoice! rejoice! for Jesus reignsPage Scan
119Love divine, all love excellingPage Scan
120aGlory to the Father givePage Scan
120bSons of Zion, raise your songsPage Scan
121Far out on the desolate billowPage Scan
122There is no sweeter story toldPage Scan
123We will sweetly sing on the golden shorePage Scan
124If we only knew what good we could doPage Scan
125Little travelers ZionwardPage Scan
126Tender Shepherd, Thou hast stilledPage Scan
127My days are gliding swiftly byPage Scan
128aIn the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
128bSweet the moments, rich in blessingPage Scan
129aNearer, my God, to TheePage Scan
129bFade, fade, each earthly joyPage Scan
130aAll hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
130bJesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
131Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
132All praise to Thee, our FatherPage Scan
133For the beauty of the earthPage Scan
134aMy Jesus, as Thou wilt!Page Scan
134bThy way, not mine, O LordPage Scan
135aMy country, 'tis of theePage Scan
135bGod bless our native landPage Scan
136Shout! shout aloud! a free, gladsome throngPage Scan
138Heavenly Father, send Thy blessingPage Scan
139aArt thou weary, art thou languidPage Scan
139bArt thou weary, art thou languidPage Scan
140Hushed was the evening hymnPage Scan
141There is a beauty born of lovePage Scan
142Tho' temptation, the envoy of wrathPage Scan
144Oh, blessed is that land of GodPage Scan
145aDay by day we magnify TheePage Scan
145bJesus, high in gloryPage Scan
146aSavior, like a Shepherd lead usPage Scan
146bShepherd of Thine Israel lead usPage Scan
147Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
148I heard the voice of Jesus sayPage Scan
149aJesus, Thy name I lovePage Scan
149bHow gentle God’s commands!Page Scan
150And can it be that I should gainPage Scan
151aWhen thro' the torn sail the wild tempest is streamingPage Scan
151bStar of peace, to wanderers wearyPage Scan
152Days and moments quickly flyingPage Scan
153The roseate hues of early dawnPage Scan
154Oh, day of rest and gladness!Page Scan
155Late, late, so late! and dark the night and chill!Page Scan
156aSleep thy last sleepPage Scan
156b"Thy will be done!" in devious wayPage Scan
157One sweetly solemn thoughtPage Scan

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