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10. Benediction.

Supt. It is our holy day: we have taken sweet counsel together.
School. Heart and voice give thanks unto the Lord.
Supt. Peace to young and old that enter here:
School. Peace to every soul herein.
Supt. The Lord doth bless us and keep us; the Lord maketh his

face to shine upon us. All singing.

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Suot. The Lord lifteth the light of his countenance upon us and

giveth us peace.

All singing.

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si - lence here! No church is half

so dear. gleam and glow, As doth the peach - tree blow! ris ing peal, Nor tell the things we feel. si - lence here! No church is half

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No. 3. RING THE BELLS.

Allegretto.

1. Ring the bells! the golden hours Of the ho - ly day, 2. Ring the bells! the sultry

Is no time for toil; 3. Ring the bells! the twilight hour With its heavenly peace, 4. Ring the bells! the Sunday bells, On this ho - ly day;

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With their pleasant call to prayer, Gen - tly glide a

way,
Call from gar-den and from field, Him who tills the soil,
Calls the wayward sons of earth, From all strife to cease,
Call the wor-ship-ers to praise, Near and far a - way.

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O'er the towering granite steeps, O'r the wooded dells,
Welcome to the ar -

Is the sound which tells, Sweet the soothing mel - o - dy, In the si - lence swells, Heads are bowed and prayers ascend, All of wor-ship tells.

Let the tones the echoes wake, Ring the Sunday bells. That a res-pite he may know, Ring the noontide bells. While the stars are gleaming forth, Ring the ves-per bells. Bless-ings to our Fa-ther's name! Ring the Sunday bells.

No. 4. SUNSHINE.

Moderato.

German.

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1. How we love to thee, Gold-en evening

sun! 2. Be it ours thus bright - ly Virtue's course to run; 3. Thus we wish in child-hood, While we gaze on thee,

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How we love to thee, When the day is

done. Ours to sleep so sweet - ly, All our la - bors done.

Wish our heavenly path-way, Like thine own may be. Ə

German.

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Allegretto. Solo.

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1. Come all ye happy chil-dren, Join in sweetest sing-ing, 2. Around you health and plenty Glow with winning beau-ty, 3. So come with glad thanksgiving, With your sweetest singing,

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voic - es in beau - ti-ful song, Come all with glad thanksgiving, pleas-ure the boun-ti-ful day. And watchful love surrounds you, use all your blessings a-right. Be tender, kind and loving,

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Grateful spirits bringing, For all the blessings your pathway that Teaching truth and du - ty: Guiding your footsteps, preparing the

To some sad heart bringing Shares of your blessings, a ray of your

Chorus.

throng, For all the blessings your pathway that throng way, Guid - ing your foot-steps, pre-par - ing the way. light, Shares of your blessings, a ray

of your light.

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