Hymns for Children and Young Persons. First Am. from the London ed.

Editor: Joseph Benson
Publisher: N. Bangs & T. Mason, New York, N.Y., 1822
Denomination: Methodist hymnals (general)
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d1Again my weekly labors end
d2Again the kind revolving year
d3All nature dies, and lives again
d4All power to save, O Lord, is thine
d5Almighty God, thy piercing eye
d6Almighty God, to thee I cry
d7Amazing love, that stooped so low
d8And now another day is gone, I'll sing
d9And now, my soul the circling sun
d10Angels that high in glory dwell
d11Author and end of my desires
d12Awake, my soul, and with the sun
d13Awake my soul, stretch every nerve
d14Behold, fond youth, that busy bee
d15Behold that wise, that perfect law
d16Behold that wise, that perfect law
d17Behold the morning sun
d18Behold, the sin atoning Lamb
d19Behold, where in a mortal form
d20Bestow, O [dear] Lord, upon our youth
d21Children in years and knowledge young
d22Christ the [our] Lord is [has] risen today, [Alleluia] [Sons of men]
d23Come children, 'tis Jesus commands
d24Come, let us all unite to praise
d25Come, let us join our God [Lord] to praise
d26Come, let us search our ways [hearts] and try [see]
d27Come, my companions dear
d28Come sound his praise [name] abroad, And hymns
d29Creation groans beneath its curse
d30Day of judgment, day of wonders
d31Father divine, thy piercing eye
d32Father of mercies, in thy [your] word
d33Father of mercies, show what we
d34Fountain of blessing [blessings], ever blest
d35Glory to the eternal King, Clad in majesty
d36God of my life, thy constant care
d37God, who in various methods told
d38Great God, my joyful thanks to thee
d39Great God, to Thee my voice I raise
d40Great God, with wonder and with praise
d41Great Source of good, our youthful lays
d42Greatest of beings, source of life
d43Hail, Father, whose creating call
d44Hail, sacred truth, whose piercing rays
d45Hail, vernal delights of the ground
d46Happy beyond description, he who in the paths of piety
d47Happy Samuel to [his] God
d48Happy the child, whose youngest [early] [tender] years
d49Hark, the glad sound, the Savior comes
d50Hark, the voice of love and mercy
d51Hast thou beheld the glorious Sun
d52Haste [Hasten], [O] sinner [sinners] [now] to be wise
d53Helpless and poor, we, but for you
d54High in the shining courts above
d55High let us swell [raise] our tuneful notes
d56Holy Child of heavenly birth
d57How cheerful along the gay mead
d58How foolish they who lengthen night
d59How happy, Lord, thy children are
d60How highly favored, Lord, are we
d61How lost our state by nature is
d62How precious is the book divine
d63How shall a young unstable man
d64How shall the young secure their hearts
d65How soft the word [words] my [our] Savior speaks
d66I ask not wealth, nor pomp, nor power
d67I sing the almighty power of God
d68Idle boys and men are found
d69If idly spent, no art or care
d70In fading grandeur, lo, the trees
d71In the soft season of thy youth
d72Infinite power, eternal Lord
d73Is it a thing of good report
d74Jesus, and shall it ever be
d75Let children hear the mighty deeds
d76Let children proclaim their Savior and King
d77Let children that would fear the Lord
d78Let nature to her centre shake
d79Lo the bright the rosy morning
d80Lo the young tribes of Adam rise
d81Lord, how delightful 'tis to see A whole assembly worship thee
d82Lord, I ascribe it to thy grace, And not to chance, as others do
d83Lord, I have made thy word my choice
d84Lord, I would be a child of thine
d85Lord, should rising whirlwinds tear
d86Lord, we confess our numerous faults
d87Lord, when my [our] raptured thought surveys
d88Maker, Savior, of mankind
d89Methinks the last great day is come
d90Mighty God [Lord] while angels bless [praise] thee
d91My days, my [and] weeks, my [and] months, my [and] years
d92My glorious Lord to heaven is gone
d93My God, thy service well demands
d94My God, who makes [makest] the sun to know
d95My gracious God, accept my prayer
d96My son, know thou the Lord
d97Now let a true [pure] ambition rise
d98Now let my soul, eternal King
d99Now let us raise our cheerful strains
d100O for a thankful heart

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