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Alexander's Gospel Songs and Solos

Editor: C. M. Alexander
Publisher: Sterling Music Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1917
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d1A sinner doomed to die
d2Alone with Jesus, O how sweet, To lay
d3Along the sunny pastures
d4Ambassadors for Christ the Lord are we
d5Are the promises of God for you
d6As I wandered round the homestead
d7Be with me all my journey
d8Beautiful city of God, beautiful city of light
d9Break forth and sing of Christ the King
d10Cheerfully, cheerfully doing our best
d11Come greet the King with songs
d12Don't try to succeed without Christ
d13Every moment as I travel
d14Everybody needs a little sunshine
d15Far beyond all human comprehension
d16Firmly stand for the right
d17For the sake of the name
d18Glad tidings, my brother, glad tidings
d19God is good, I will not fear the trials
d20God save our splendid men
d21Hail, wonderful King, mighty Savior
d22Have you found redemption
d23Have you told anyone about Jesus, Have you told of his wonderful love
d24Heaven of heavens and mountains hoary
d25Here I lift my heart and hand
d26How can a value be put on a soul
d27How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d28How many souls have you won
d29How rich is the mercy and grace of our Lord
d30I am coming to the cross, Lord Jesus
d31I am going home, Jesus found me
d32I am waiting in the meadows
d33I am walking and talking with Jesus
d34I came unto Jesus confessing my sin
d35I cannot see the way he leads
d36I do not know, why [how] oft round me
d37I have been to Jesus and he heard my prayer
d38I have faith to live for Jesus
d39I have heard of a land that is
d40I have naught to fear when the way is
d41I heard a sweet voice calling
d42I know not the hour when my Lord will come
d43I long to know thee better day by day
d44I wandered farther down the rugged sin
d45If on the winning side you'd be
d46If singing his praises is sweet to us here What will it be when we see Him
d47If the way seems long and weary
d48If the world and all its wealth
d49I'm not ashamed to own my [the] Lord
d50In the deep and lonely valleys
d51Is it not wonderful peace has been made
d52Is your heart grieving o'er life
d53Is your way thorn beset and uncertain
d54It was at the hour of midnight
d55It was good for our fathers [mothers] [poor old Daniel] [the apostles]
d56Jesus gives to everyone a precious
d57Jesus hides me in the storm of evil
d58Jesus shall reign, rejoice, ye nations
d59Joy unspeakable and full of glory
d60Just a little kindness May smooth the day
d61Keep singing, keep singing, keep singing all the way
d62Life is teeming with evil snares
d63Little children need salvation
d64Lord, at evening time we come
d65Mid the darkest scense of life
d66Most great and wonderful art thou
d67My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d68Need I fear when the shadows are round
d69No gift of the world can I offer
d70No matter where my path may lead
d71O Lord of hosts, how lovely is the place
d72O Savior, let me not forget
d73O sinner, do not turn Away
d74O the world has sung of Jesus
d75O thou eternal One, whose throne
d76O thoughtless one, to forgiveness
d77O what joy what delight
d78O what pain your heart has suffered
d79O what would I do without Jesus I have wondered
d80O wonderful story of Jesus who came
d81On ever on is the King's command
d82On, we journey whole glad songs are
d83One came from the realms of the heavenly land
d84Out upon life's ocean many souls adrift
d85Ring on, beautiful bells of hope
d86Should the darkness of life's evening
d87Since my precious Savior redeemed my soul
d88Sinner, how thy heart is troubled
d89Some day when time shall have written
d90Some other day, some other time
d91Sometime the peace my heart has longed for
d92Sometimes along our journey here
d93Sowing for others to reap
d94Suffer little children, And forbid them
d95Sunset and evening star and one clear call for me
d96Tender and true is the story
d97The aid you might render to someone
d98The Bible stands like a rock undaunted
d99The day fades into night
d100The Lord my Shepherd is, In life's glad morning time

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