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Hymns and Sacred Songs for Children

Hymns and Sacred Songs, Designed for the Use of the Children of the Latter-day Saints

Hymns and Sacred Songs for Children, English.
Eliza R. Snow, Primary Association. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
1888. 1888, 1st Edition. 199 songs.

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Historical. This collection is out of print.

This edition is believed to be in public domain in the United States, either because it was published before 1923, or because it was published before 1964 and the copyright was not renewed. Any songs from before 1923 are in public domain and may be freely copied from their pre-1923 source. Note that individual songs written between 1923 and 1964 may still be copyrighted, even if the collection has fallen out of copyright.

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1. We meet again in Sabbath School

Words: George A. Manwaring

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2. This day we come before Thee Lord

Words: Edward Hanham

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3. Gladly meeting, kindly greeting

Words: Evan Stephens

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4. Hark! the Sabbath bells are ringing

Words: Robert B. Baird

Music: N/A

5. Sweet Sabbath day, all hail to thee

Words: George A. Manwaring

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6. Never be late to the Sunday school class

Words: Anon.

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7. O, come on a bright Sabbath morning

Words: John M. Chamberlain

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8. Children, haste to Sunday school

Words: George A. Manwaring

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9. Come rally round the Sunday school

Words: William Willes

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10. Haste to the Sunday school

Words: William G. Bickley

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11. Sabbath morning comes with gladness

Words: James Gallaher

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12. Welcome happy Sunday

Words: George A. Manwaring

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13. When the rosy light of morning

Words: Robert B. Baird

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14. Come let us one and all

Words: Andrew Dalrymple

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15. With hearts prepared, with one accord

Words: William Willes

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16. Throughout these mountains, Father, we

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

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17. With cheerful hearts and voices sweet

Words: Robert B. Baird

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18. With merry, tuneful voices, sweet praises let us sing

Words: Robert B. Baird

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19. Thanks for the Sabbath school, hail to the day

Words: William Willes

Music: N/A

20. There’s a theme for the old and the young

Words: Unknown

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21. Ere you left your room this morning

Words: Mary A. Pepper Kidder

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22. Go when the morning shineth

Words: Evan Stephens

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23. Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer

Words: William W. Walford

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24. Kind and Heav’nly Father, from Thy holy dwelling

Words: Evan Stephens

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25. Lord, accept our true devotion

Words: Richard Alldridge

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26. Come, children, let us join and sing

Words: Richard Alldridge

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27. Come, dear children, join and sing

Words: Annie Smith

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28. Children gladly join and sing

Words: George A. Manwaring

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29. Children of the Saints of Zion

Words: G. N. Clarke

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30. A happy band of children

Words: A. Parsons

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31. To Thee, our heavenly Father

Words: A. N. K.

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32. God of our fathers, we come unto Thee

Words: Charles W. Penrose

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33. Father, Thy children to Thee now raise

Words: Evan Stephens

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34. We are children of the kingdom

Words: Eliza E. Hewitt

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35. Come ye children of the Lord

Words: James H. Wallis

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36. O Lord, accept our songs of praise

Words: Richard Alldridge

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37. O, thou Rock of our salvation

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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38. Lord, in whom our fathers trust

Words: Unknown

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39. Dearest children, God is near you

Words: Charles L. Walker

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40. Nearer, dear Savior, to Thee

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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41. When shall we meet Thee, dear Savior above?

Words: Edwin F. Parry

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42. When called to the throne of your Lord

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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43. We’re marching on to glory

Words: John M. Chamberlain

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44. In that bright and holy city

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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45. The day-dawn is breaking

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

Music: N/A

46. Let Saints rejoice, the night is past

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: N/A

47. Oh how lovely was the morning!

Words: George A. Manwaring

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48. Tradition and error in battle array

Words: William Powell

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49. Hope of Israel, Zion’s army

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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50. Let us all press on in the work of the Lord

Words: Evan Stephens

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51. ’Tis sweet to mingle voices

Words: A. Dalrymple

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52. Let the Holy Spirit’s promptings

Words: Edwin F. Parry

Music: N/A

53. As swiftly my days go out on the wing

Words: Anon.

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54. When dark’ning clouds the skies o’ercast

Words: Unknown

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55. When dark and drear the skies appear

Words: Emily H. Woodmansee

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56. Beautiful mountains, valleys fair

Words: William Powell

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57. Beautiful Zion, built above

Words: George Gill

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58. In our lovely Deseret

Words: Eliza R. Snow

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59. As children of Zion our voices we’ll raise

Words: Henry Maiben

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60. In the chambers of the mountains

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

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61. Blest are the children who delight

Words: William Willes

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62. Let us all be good and kind

Words: John Edwards

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63. We’re heirs unto the priesthood

Words: Unknown

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64. To Nephi, seer of olden time

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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65. We want to see the temple

Words: George A. Manwaring

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66. That the Lord will provide

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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67. We’ll bless our God for daily bread

Words: H. T. King

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68. When Jesus shall come in His glory

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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69. The kings of the earth have desired this day

Words: Unknown

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70. If in the days of Abraham

Words: Unknown

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71. Hear the voice of the angels! ’tis echoed on earth

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

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72. The happy time is nigh at hand

Words: George Manwaring

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73. Truth is mighty and will win

Words: S. C. Watson

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74. Father and God our lives inspire

Words: J. C.

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75. Kind and loving Father

Words: Unknown

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76. In the work of the Lord there is pleasure to gain

Words: Unknown

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77. We’re a num’rous band throughout Utah’s fair land

Words: Unknown

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78. O, holy words of truth and love

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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79. Thy people when oppressed, O Lord

Words: John Lyon

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80. O Lord, protect our leaders true

Words: E. F. Parry

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81. ’Tis sweet to sing the matchless love

Words: George A. Manwaring

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82. In remembrance of Thy suffering

Words: Evan Stephens

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83. While of these emblems we partake

Words: John Nicholson

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84. For our devotions Father, we

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

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85. Little ones, the Savior loves you

Words: Lula Greene Richards

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86. Come, children, join with me and sing

Words: J. Furniss

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87. ’Tis Sabbath day, and Sabbath school

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

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88. Little children, love the Savior

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

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89. I’ll strive while young to tune my voice

Words: Evan Stephens

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90. Children, do you love each other?

Words: Anon.

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91. We are the children of the Saints

Words: Unknown

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92. There is a precious jewel

Words: Eliza R. Snow

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93. We are the bees of Deseret

Words: Evan Stephens

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94. Come along, come along, is the call that will win

Words: William Willes

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95. Gently now, angry brow

Words: J. L. Townsend

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96. Welcome to our Union meeting

Words: G. M.

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97. The tide of time is ebbing low

Words: Eliza R. Snow

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98. O Lord accept our Jubilee

Words: Samuel L. Evans

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99. We once more meet on this glad day

Words: Charles J. Thomas

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100. With hearts sincere, we now meet here

Words: J. K. Hall

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101. This day, O Lord, we celebrate

Words: Unknown

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102. Old and young are here assembled

Words: Unknown

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103. Accept the tribute of our hearts

Words: E. H. Goddard

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104. All hail my Sabbath schoolmates upon this festive day

Words: Unknown

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105. O, what songs of the heart

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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106. Let us oft speak kind words to each other

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

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107. Let us treat each other kindly

Words: Lula Greene Richards

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108. While passing through this earthly life

Words: Lula Greene Richards

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109. At home or abroad, or while climbing the steep

Words: Unknown

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110. Since life is full of toil and care

Words: James H. Wallis

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111. How soon youth’s flower of beauty fades

Words: Unknown

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112. We are watchers, earnest watchers

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

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113. Should the changes of life, like the tide’s ebb and flow

Words: John Lyon

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114. Improve the shining moments

Words: Robert B. Baird

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115. To-day while the sun shines, work with a will

Words: L. Clark

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116. We are sowing, daily sowing

Words: Anon.

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117. The opening buds of spring time

Words: A. P. Welshman

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118. Verdant spring and rosy summer

Words: Anon.

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119. There is beauty in the merry, merry spring time

Words: Unknown

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120. Merry, merry children, sweetly sing

Words: C. W. Stayner

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121. Beautiful mountain home

Words: George A. Manwaring

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122. O happy homes among the hills

Words: Evan Stephens

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123. Our mountain home so dear

Words: Emmeline B. Wells

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124. Grand and noble, nature’s bulwarks

Words: Emmeline Blanche Wells

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125. My blessed, glorious home of peace

Words: F. Weight

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126. Thy pleasant vales, dear Utah

Words: Unknown

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127. We hail thee, lovely Deseret

Words: Unknown

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128. O lovely, lovely Deseret

Words: S. C. Watson

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129. They may sing of their shady, fragrant bowers

Words: Evan Stephens

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130. The youth of each land for their father-land stand

Words: J. H. Ward

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131. Hail to the night when erst on Judah’s plain

Words: Joseph H. Ward

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132. They were an exile band

Words: Joseph H. Ward

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133. O, if for me the cup you fill

Words: Evan Stephens

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134. To Thee, O God, we now appeal

Words: J. L. Townsend

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135. Thou shalt have none other gods but Me

Words: Anon.

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136. I thank Thee, dear Father in heaven above

Words: Anon.

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137. O Father, look upon us

Words: Anon.

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138. I’ll serve the Lord while I am young

Words: Eliza R. Snow

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139. Open the door for the children

Words: Mary A. Kidder

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140. Trust the children! Never doubt them

Words: Unknown

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141. Shout aloud the Jubilee, let it sound o’er land and sea

Words: Unknown

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142. Whatever our station, in all that we do

Words: T. G. Chattle

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143. Praise ye the Lord! all ye moorlands and mountains

Words: Unknown

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144. It is not in the noisy street that happiness is found

Words: A. A. Reams

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145. Oh, we love to sing of Zion

Words: I. B. Nash

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146. Let our hearts be always cheerful

Words: Fanny J. Crosby

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147. Will you come and join our army?

Words: Fanny Church

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148. What if a little ray of light

Words: Unknown

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149. Don’t think there is nothing for children to do

Words: Alfred Arthur Graley

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150. Let strict obedience, children dear

Words: Unknown

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151. To paint the glories of the rising sun

Words: Unknown

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152. Love truth, love truth in all her bright array

Words: William Willes

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153. Children, children, raise your voices

Words: William Willes

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154. Come, let us be happy together

Words: William Fowler

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155. Let Saints rejoice, the night is past

Words: J. H. Ward

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156. Lord we ask Thee ere we part

Words: George A. Manwaring

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157. Sing we now at parting

Words: George A. Manwaring

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158. Dismiss us, O Lord, with Thy favor and smile

Words: Unknown

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159. Our lessons are over for this Sabbath morn

Words: Unknown

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160. Father, hear us while we pray

Words: Unknown

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161. When sinks the sun behind the clouds

Words: Unknown

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162. Good night, good night, good night

Words: Evan Stephens

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163. We praise Thee, and thank Thee, our Father and God

Words: Unknown

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164. How great the wisdom and the love

Words: Eliza R. Snow

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165. As their flocks the shepherds tended

Words: Unknown

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166. With wond’ring awe

Words: Anon.

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167. Oh! the vain glory and wild speculation

Words: Unknown

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168. Come, let us join with one accord

Words: Charles Wes­ley

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169. O our Father we invoke Thee

Words: Unknown

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170. Hear us Heavenly Father while we humbly pray

Words: George Manwaring

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171. Come let us sing a gladsome song

Words: Hannah Cornaby

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172. Join with us in sweetest chord

Words: F. Christensen

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173. Ye children of Zion come sing and rejoice

Words: Unknown

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174. Oh, how we love to sing the songs

Words: Robert B. Baird

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175. Hark! listen to the music

Words: E. F. Thomas

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176. Praise to God, the great Creator

Words: Anna Laetitia Barbauld

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177. How vast the wisdom, love and power

Words: Unknown

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178. Lord, I would own Thy tender care

Words: Anon.

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179. In the days we had no Sunday school, a long time ago

Words: Unknown

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180. Who riseth like the light enrolled

Words: A. J. Crocheron

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181. Who’s on the Lord’s side? Who?

Words: Hannah Last Cornaby

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182. We are marching on! We are marching on!

Words: Franklin L. Eiland

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183. I’ll be a little “Mormon”

Words: Lula Greene Richards

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184. When little Samuel woke

Words: Jane Taylor

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185. “Have we guardian angels in this world of ours?”

Words: Unknown

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186. If earth can be more lovely

Words: Unknown

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187. Faith, eternal, heavenly pow’r

Words: Unknown

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188. Truth will triumph! Never fear

Words: Unknown

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189. When duty’s finger points the way

Words: Unknown

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190. Nay, speak no ill, a kindly word

Words: Anon.

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191. Let us cherish a love for the beauties of home

Words: Edwin Francis Parry

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192. Hark, hark, hark to the classmates’ song!

Words: H. G. Whitney

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193. Come dear schoolmates, let us rally

Words: R. S. Horne

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194. Come join our celebration with hallowed songs of joy

Words: Samuel B. Marsh

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195. Oft, when loved ones, called to leave us

Words: C. W. Stayner

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196. When a loved one is summoned by death to depart

Words: Unknown

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197. Let the children come to Me

Words: Unknown

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198. ’Twas on the Mount of Calvary

Words: Unknown

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199. Proud? Yes, of our home in the mountains

Words: John S. Lewis

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