I. H. MEREDITH
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Copvrtght 1907 by TuUar-Meredith Co.
"A good name is rather to be chosen than great
riches." Prov. 22:1.
We are pleased to note the tendency to call the
usual weekly gathering for the study of the Bible â€”
" THE BIBLE SCHOOL,"â€” instead of " The Sunday
Believing this to be a step in the right direction, and
wishing to encourage it as much as possible, we name
It is planned to meet the needs of the regular Sabbath
gathering for Bible Study, for use in all the devotional
services of the church, Bible training schools, Bible
students' conferences and conventions, and in fact in any
place where the Bible is the text book or the keynote
of the gathering, we believe that THE BIBLE SCHOOL
HYMNAL will be found appropriate and helpful.
New York, October 1st, 1907.
Most of the songs in this collection being copyrighted both in
the United States and Great Britain, we caution all parties
against reprinting either words or music of any of t hese songs
without the written permission of the owners of copyrights.
Bible School Hymnal
O Holy Bible.
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CBAKT COLFAX TCULAB.
I. H. MESBDITB.
1. Thou "Word In - car- nate," "Truth so di - vine,"
2. Thou "Bread of Heav-en," Sent from a - hove,
3. Thou art my "Wis - dom," "Treas- ure" com- plete,
Thou dost il - 'u mine
"Gift of the Fa - ther,Â»Â»
"Sweet - er than hon - ey,"
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Each path of mine.
"Mes - sage of love."
â€¢â€¢Lamp to my feet."
Nev - er a sor - row Can e'er a - bide,
" Stream by the way - side," Spark - ling and clear,
Thou art my "Coun - sel," " Word of the Lord,"
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While in thy ref - uge In safe - ty I hide.
'â€¢Fount -ains of cleans -ing" In thee do ap - pear.
Keep â€¢ ing thy pre - cepts Brings bless-ed re - ward.
Ho - ly Bi - ble,
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Truth so di - vine, Treas - ure from Heav - en, I know thou art mine.
lNXEBXATIO>'AJ. COPXlUGirr SEI TiED.
Raise tiie Song.
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EDITH m. Taax^tscat-
GRA1Â«T COliFAX TVULAS.
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1. Raise the song, raise the song, sound it far and near, Let the notes of rap-ture swell
2. Raise the song, raise the song, o - ver land and sea. So our mu - sic may im-part
3. Raise the song, raise the song, see the ban-ners sway I May they ev - er brightly shin**
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With the joy-ful words they tell; Raise the song, raise the song, hap-py anthems bring,
Joy re-newed to ev -'ry heart; Raise the song, raise the song, set the ech - oes free,
Glow-ing with a light di-vine ; Raise the song, raise the song, joy - ful anthems bring,
Tell - ing all who hear the call, the Lord is King.
Words of praise, thro' all our days, our song shall be. \ Bring, mer-ri - ly bring, voices and
Mu - sic sweet must ev - er greet the Lord, our King.
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hearts to join the song. Sing, mer-ri-ly sing, raising a cho-rus full and strong ; Ring, mer-ri-ly
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ring, ech - o-ing bells from Heaven ring! Joy we raise in a song of praise to Christ our King.
^iisa, On, Sing.
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EDITH S. TnXOTSON.
CBAS. C ACKUm
1. Sing, oh, sing, lift up your hearts in song to - day, Raise the song, with
2. Sing, oh, sing the sto - ry of sal - va - tion now, Praise the Lord, Who
3. Sing, oh, sing, and let the an-them nev - er cease, Un - told pow'r He
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ev - 'ry youthful voice; Sing, oh, sing, and speed the news a - long the way,
came for us to die ; Sing, oh, sing, and let the whole ere - a - tion bow,
gives His children dear; Sing, oh, sing. His ser - vice brings to all sweet peace,
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Songs of joy we're
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sweet and clear. Hear the ech-oes ring -ing, ring -ing far and near; Ev'-ry heart re-
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joic - es, hymns of praise to sing. Songs of hal - le - lu - jah to our Ho - ly King.
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The Service of the Kjno.
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JtmXA B. JOHNSTON'.
8. H. Me-YEBS.
1. I pledge my spir-it loy - al, To the serv-ice of the King; The priv - i - lege is
2. There is no joy so ho- ly, As the serv-ice of the King; There's room for e'en the
3. In yon-der realms im-mor-tal There is serv-ice fcr the King; We pass the shin-ing
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roy - al, In the serv-ice of the King; I pledge to Him for - ev - er My
low-ly, In the serv-ice of the King; If all the world but knew Him, How
por-tal To the serv-ice of the King; A - mid the glo - ries o'er Him, Where
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loft - i -est en-deav-or. And naught my soul shall sev-er From the serv-ice of the King,
all would hasten to Him, And high-est hon-or do Him, In the serv-ice of the King,
an - gel hosts a-dore Him, I, too, shall stand before Him, In the serv-ice of the King.
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In the serv-ice of the King My sweet-est iongs I'll sing,
of the King, My songs I'll sing,
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While I with joy my pow'rs em - ploy, In the serv - ice of the King.
SmNEva FOR Jesus.
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1. Are you shin-ing for your Sav-iour as the days go by, Are you shin-ing ev-'ry
2. Are you cheering up an - oth - er as you meet each day, Are you help-ing bear their
3. If you have the love of Je - sus shin-ing in your heart, It will shine to those a -
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mo-ment as they swift-ly fly. Are you sending out the sunshine of a Saviour's love,
bur - den as they pass this way, Are you lighting up the pathway of some lone - ly one,
round you, bidding night de - part; Lighting up the path to glo - ry with a heav'nly ray,
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Are you lighting up the pathway to the home a - hove ?
Mak-ing thus their journey brighter ere the day is done ? ^ Are you shin-ing, shin-ing,
Ev - er shin-ing more and more un - til the per - feet day.
shin-ing now for Je - sus, Shin-ing ev - *ry mo-ment, shin-ing all the time?
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Are you shin-ing, shin-ing, shin-ing now for Je - sus, Shin-ing with a light di-rine?
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COPYRIGHT, leOT, BY TCIiAH-MEHEDITH CO
EDITH S. TlUiOTSON.
GIIAIÂ«T COI^AX TDXXiAB.
1. There is beau-ty in the gar -den in the glow-ing summer hours, Where the
2. There is beau - ty in the for - est where the state - ly pine trees stand In the
3. There is beau-ty in the mead-ow where the sun-beams ev - er fall, And the
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ros - es white and crim-son hang their sweetly perfumed flow'rs With the li - ly, pure and
cooling depths of shad-ow, 'mid the mighty monarchs grand. Where the vel-vet moss-es
sparkling riv-er rip - pies, and the darting rob -ins call, Where the cowslip and the
state-ly, and the pan - sy sweet and shy, While the pop-py heads in splen-dor gay - ly
clus-ter, where the fai - ry blue-bells ring, And the song-birds with their mu-sic, make the
clo-ver nod a wel-come to the bee. And the dai-sy, gol-den-heart-ed, spreads its
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nod as we go by. ) There is beau-ty ev - 'ry- where, All the world is bright and
dim green arch-es ring. ,-
stars for you and me. ) All the world is full of love,â€” Praise the Lord who reigns a -
fair, If we look, we'll find the trea - sures That are scat-tered here and there;
bove, For He (Omit.)
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Beauty Every avherb.
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E. O. SELX^RS.
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1. We're sol-diers true, and mean to do What's on - ly good and right; When
2. We'll nev - er frown on one that's down, But lend a help-ing hand; To
3. We'll run our race withsmil-ing face, And fill the world with cheer; Make
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wrong we see, we'll read - y be For truth's great cause to fight,
cheer the weai, kind words we'll speak While pass - ing through the land,
some - one's lot a bright-er spot, Be - cause we're liv - ing here.
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We'll march a - long, with ban - ners gay, And hap - py songs we'll
His work we'll do, with cour-age true, We're sol-diers of the King.
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O Stajrry Flag.
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Ea)'WARD A. Collier. Bv per.
March time. In unison.
J. W. Lerman,
O God of na-tions, un - to Thee We
With cheer and song and mar - tial strain Sa -
God of na-tions, bless our land From
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sing our glad ho - san - na, For
lute our ban-ner roy - al; New
o - cean un - to o - cean! For
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by Thy fa - vor are we free, The Stars and Stripes our ban - ner; The sun, in cir-cling
glo - ry shall Old Glo - ry gain If we the sons are loy - al ; For truth and vir - tue
e - qual rights, help us stand With high and pure de - vo - tion! Our peer-less flag, long
'round the world. The stars that watch a - bove it, Be - hold no fair - er flag un-furled, Nor
fling it out, For peace and love to oth - ers. Till earth and heav'n to-geth- er shout. That
may it wave! Our States, may nothing sev - er! But still do Thou our Un- ion save. For
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won - der that we love it.
all man-kind are brothers.
ev - er and for - ev - er !
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star - ry
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ry. Shine on for Lib - er - ty and Right, And glo - ry add to
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COPYRIGHT, 1903, BY TVLXAS-MBBEDITH CO.
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1. come in childhood's sunny hour and seek to-day thy Saviour's face; They who seek Him,
2. 0, tell your trou-bles to the Lord, for He will ev - 'ry burden share; He for sad-ness,
3. He giv - eth man - y precious gifts to those who heed His lov - ing call; Priceless treasure,
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Beek Him ear-ly, al - ways find.
giv - eth gladnessâ€” 'tis His way; 0,
bounteous measure, full and free. Of
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seek Him, children, hasten now and heed the gen-tle
tell Him ev -'ry lit - tie grief, for He doth feel for
life, love, mer-cy, hope and peace He hath a-bun-dant
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call of grace, Give to Him in con-se - cra-tion, heart and mind,
all thy care, Gen-tly car -ing, burdens shar-ing, day by day.
share for all. He is faithful, prove His promise, come and see.
In ear - ly
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youth, re - member thy Cre - a - tor. In thy youth, seek heav'nly things to know ; The
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seeks the lambs in lov-ing kind-ness,
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In thy youth un-to the Shepherd go.
l^iFT A SoisG OF Cheer.
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CSBORGE O. ^VEBSTER.
eSRANT CGI-FAX TUrXuAJl.
1. When the shadows deep- en, Lift your voice in song; Right will sure- ly triumph - ver
2. When some bur-den heav - y You are call'd to bear, When the way is drear - y Which your
3. When you near the val - ley Where we all must go. When you hear the footsteps Of the
sin and wrong; Clouds will soon be scattered, All the sky will clear ; Trust-ing in the
feet must fare ; When some dark to-morrrow Fills your heart with fear, Trust-ing in the
last dread foe; When life's day is - ver And the end is near, Trust-ing in the
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Sav-iour, Lift a song of cheer. Trusting in the Sav-iour, Lift a song of cheer,
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He will nev-er fail you, Ban-ish ev - 'ry fear; When the days are gloom - y,
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When the nights are long.
Trust - ing in the Sav - lour. Fills the heart with song.
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In the Ariviy of the Lorx).
COPYSIGHT, 1806, BY TULX.AJl->lÂ£RBDXTH CO.
F. W. PEA.CB.
Sop. and Alto. In Martial style.
1. We are
2. He will
3. Thro' the
march-ing 'neath the col -
guide us and di - rect
light and thro' the dark -
ors of the
us, while by
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In the ar - my of the Lord;
In the ar - my of the Lord;
In the ar - my of the Lord;
Foes a - bout us and be - fore us, â€” hark! the
Should the foe en - gage in con-flict, we may
Let the match-less love of Je - sus be your
Forward march !
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call to ser - vice rings, In the ar - my of the Lord,
trust Hismight-y hand, In the ar - my of the Lord,
glo - ry and your song, In the ar - my of the Lord.
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In His name! In His name! Chris-tian sol - dier be not
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a - fraid! Faith our
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shield, and hope our helmet, Forward! Forward! undismay'd, In the
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ar - my of the Lord.
ar - my of the Lord.
Kind Is Our Shepherd.
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I. H. Meredith.
SoPKANo & Alto.
1. Children of God here be - low,,..
2. Je - sus, so low - ly and meek,.
3. He knows the way that we take, .
4. His blest commands we'll 0- bey, .
Joy-ful-ly onward we go,
Came all the lost ones to seek, .
Hears ev'ry pray'r that we make, ,
Serve Him with gladness each day, ,
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Je - sus will guide us, we know;.
Gave His own Ufe for His sheep;.
He'll never leave nor for -sako;..
Je - sus will teach us the way;..
Kind is our Shepherd, and true.
Kind is our Shepherd, and true.
Eand is our Shepherd, and true.
Kind is our Shepherd, and true.
Chorus. All in Unison.
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is our Shepherd, and true,
ly His voice we o - bey ;
Naught do we fear While He is near, He will be with us for aye.
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ry and praise to His name! Kind is our Shepherd, and true..
18 Loving Saviour, Thou art Calling.
Copyright, isot, bs TPiXAB-M mmu T H Co.
Rev. James Stevens. Cho. by G. C. t.
J. W LiEKMAA
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1 . Loving Saviour, Thou art call -ing Lov'd ones to Thy-self to - day ; They have wander'd from the
2. Loving Saviour, I am com-ing, Bring-ing all my sins to Thee; As I am in shame and
3. Loving Saviour, Thou art pleading For my heart, my hfe, my all ; Long without I've kept Thee
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shel - ter Of Thy fold, and gone as - stray. Bring them back to peace and safe-ty ;
sor - row. Lord, re - ceive and res - cue me. At the cross I lay my bur-den,
wait - ing. Now I o - pen at Thy call. Come Thou in, take full pos-ses- sion,
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May they hear Thy loving call ; Thou art waiting to receive them, Gladly Thou wilt take them all.
Low-ly at Thy feet I bow; I no longer doubt and grieve Thee, Cleanse my heart, and save me now.
Con - se-crat-ed it shall be ; Take my life, di-rect and use it, I will live it all for Thoe.
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Lov - ing Sav - iour, call - ing to - day. May we nev - er turn Thee a - way;
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Lov - ing Sav -iour, pre-cious Thou art. Come and a - bide in each heart
in each heart.
IWTEIUÂ«A.TIONAJ. COPYRIGHT SECTTKKO.
Praises >Ve Will SiNCi,
COPVOICnT, 190T, BY TVI.J.AB-MSILEDITB CO.
HDITH S. TliaX)TSON.
MRS. ORD BOHAI .^\M.
Unison. I)o7i't hurry.
1. Life and its pleasures surround us,
2. Joys, with their promise al - lur-ing,
3. Give Him all praise without measure,
Blessings unnumbered have found us, God by Hi8
Fade, while our hearts they're assuring, On - ly God's
Service from all He will trea - sure; Pour out. our
mercy hath bound us, Calling us " Children of the King." Now in His name we are
love is en - dur - ing â€” Safe-ty and peace for all to bring. Out of our sins He hath
songs for His pleas-ure, Making His house with mu-sic ring. For His pro-tec-tion im -
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meet - ing. Songs for His worship re-peat - ing. Bowing before Him in greet - ing,
sought us. Out of the depths He hath brought us, By His own blood He hath bought us,
plore Him, â€” Glad- ly we worship be-fore Him, Bowing to bless and adore Him,
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Prais-es to Him we will sing
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prais-es, to God, our
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iJUVl SiVBCVl^ll HOXGS.
JT, BV Tt-'U-AR-MEREIilTU CO.
S. BtJKNHAM. CHO. BY C. C. T.
IRA. B. 'Wn.SON.
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1. What shall we sing for Sabbath songs ? What praises shall we bring To Him to
2. When shall we sing our Sabbath songs? When shall the waiting air The mu - sic
3. Why should we sin^j our Sabbath songs ? Why should each heart and voice. . . Join with the
â– whom each heart belongs, Our Sav-iour and our King? We'll sing the joys of
of our hearts prolong, The bur -den of our pray'r ?.... We'll sing when youth is
bright an - gel-ic throngs Who round God's throne rejoice ? We sing be - cause our
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sin forgiv'n. We'll sing the Saviour's love ; We'll sing the blessedness of heav'n, Our
warm and bright, And in our pass- ing years; In morning's dawn, in shades of night. In