Glad Tidings: a collection of new hymns and music, designed for sabbath schools, anniversary meetings, home circles, &c.

Editor: L. O. Emerson, L. B. Starkweather
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston, 1869
Language: English
Notes: Numbers refer to the page number the hymn starts on. When more than one hymn is on a page, letters are added to the numbers
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101Hail, sweetest, dearest, tie that bindsPage Scan
102Children of Jerusalem Sang the praise of Jesus' namePage Scan
104Saints for whom the Saviour bledPage Scan
105We are travelers here belowPage Scan
106In yonder radiant world abovePage Scan
108We gather once more in our pleasant retreatPage Scan
109O, when we give the parting handPage Scan
110Who are these in bright array?Page Scan
113I love them that love mePage Scan
114Jesus said, suffer little children to come unto mePage Scan
117He shall feed his flockPage Scan
118aThe day is past and gonePage Scan
118bCome at the morning hourPage Scan
118cSweet Sabbath of the yearPage Scan
118dThis morning, Lord, attendPage Scan
119aAll hail, the pow'r of Jesus' name!Page Scan
119bAttracted by love's sacred forcePage Scan
119cHow should our souls delight to blessPage Scan
119dNot to the Lamb that once was slainPage Scan
120aYe Christian heroes, go proclaimPage Scan
120bAgain returns the Sabbath dayPage Scan
120cAssembled in our school once morePage Scan
120dHere, gracious God, beneath thy feetPage Scan
121aRock of Ages! cleft for mePage Scan
121bJesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
121cLet us sing, with one accordPage Scan
122aGently, Lord, O gently lead usPage Scan
122bGuide me, O thou great JehovahPage Scan
122cLord, with grateful hearts before theePage Scan
123aWith tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
123bOur Father, who art in heavenPage Scan
124I've been thinking of home; of my Father's housePage Scan
125Calm on the bosom of thy GodPage Scan
126Come unto me all ye that laborPage Scan

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