Songs of the Unity: a Selection of Lyrics for Public Worhip, with Tunes for Congregational Use

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d101I will extol thee, O my God, O King
d102If but a cloud in heaven appears
d103If listening, as I listen still
d104In the long vista of the years to roll
d105In this dim world of clouding cares
d106In this our parting hour
d107Is there no guerdon for the brave
d108Know, my soul, thy full salvation
d109Leaves have their time to fall
d110Life has import more inspiring
d111Like morning, when her early breeze
d112Lo the glory of thine hills
d113Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing, Hope and comfort from above
d114Lord, have mercy when we pray [strive]
d115Lord, in heaven, thy dwelling place
d116Lord, many times I am a-weary quite
d117Lord of the world, who hast preserved
d118Lord, thou didst arise and say
d119Lord, unto thee I cry
d120Love on, love on, but not the things that own
d121Love's very grief is gain
d122Lowly and solemn be they children's cry
d123My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d124My God, all nature owns thy sway
d125My soul was dark
d126Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d127No human eyes thy face may see
d128None loves me, Father, with thy love
d129Not always as the whirlwind's rush
d130Not in the solitude Alone, may man commune
d131Not with terror do we meet
d132O blest Creator of the light, Who dost the
d133O Fairest born of love and light, Yet bending brow and eye severe
d134O, for a faith that will not shrink
d135O God, I have trodden the wine-press alone
d136[O] God, who [that] madest [made the] earth and heaven [sky]
d137O God, whose presence glows in all Within, around us, and above
d138O guard our shores form every foe
d139O he whom Jesus loved has truly spoken
d140O holy father just and true
d141O I will bless the Lord for aye
d142O know ye not that ye
d143O Lord my God, how great art thou
d144O Lord, our Lord, how excellent Thy name
d145O, make a noise unto the Lord
d146O not alone on the mount of prayer
d147O strong, upwelling prayers of faith
d148O suffering Friend of human kind
d149O thou, at whose dread name we bend
d150O thou great Friend to all the sons of men
d151O thou great Spirit, who along
d152O Thou that sittest in heaven, and seest
d153O thou to whom in ancient time
d154O thou to whose all searching sight
d155O thou true life of all that live
d156O thou who hast at thy command
d157O thou whose power o'er moving worlds presides
d158O what though our feet may not tread
d159O where shall rest be found
d160One knows us as none other does
d161Our pathway oft is wet with tears
d162Part in peace, is day before us?
d163Pour, blessed gospel, glorious news for man
d164Pour forth the oil, pour boldly forth
d165Praise ye the Lord, praise ye the Lord
d166Prayer is the soul's [heart's] [saint's] sincere desire
d167Prune thou thy words the thoughts control
d168Quiet from God how beautiful to keep
d169Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky
d170Sad soul dear heart O why repine
d171Say not the law divine is hidden far from thee
d172Scorn not the slightest word or deed
d173Send kindly light amid the encircling gloom
d174Shall we, who sit beneath that tree
d175She's gone to dwell in heaven
d176Sister, thou wast [wert] mild and lovely
d177Soft as fades the sunset splendor
d178Sovereign and transforming grace
d179Sow in the morn thy [the] seed, At eve
d180Spirit of knowledge, grant me tbis
d181Steep, and hung with clouds of strife
d182Sunned in the radiance of high good
d183Supreme and universal light
d184Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright
d185The broken ties of happier days
d186The desert flower afar may bloom
d187The God of glory walks his round
d188The heavenly spheres to thee, O God
d189The heavens declare the high glory of God
d190The laws of Christian light, these are our weapons
d191The Lord is arisen, hail, mortals, the day
d192The Lord is my Shepherd, I never shall want
d193The more we live more brief appear
d194The ocean looketh up to heaven
d195The path of life we walk today
d196The snow plumed angel of the north
d197The Son of God gave thanks
d198The spacious firmament on high
d199The wish that of the living whole
d200The word, it is written

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