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The Big Four Quartet Book

Editor: W. M. Runyan
Publisher: Hope Pub. Co. / Tabernacle Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill., 1927
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d1Arise and shine, thy light is come, the Lord
d2Awake, awake, and sing the blessed story
d3Christian, what of the conflict
d4Delay no longer, my brother
d5Each cooing dove and sighing bough
d6For God so loved this [the] sinful world, his Son he freely
d7Gently now the bells are pealing
d8Glorious and marvelous, triumphant singing
d9Go seek in the lanes and the by ways
d10Hast thou, O Lord, a work to do
d11Ho, everyone that thirsteth, come, A fountain
d12I found a Friend, the best of all
d13I have heard of a land on a far away strand
d14If any man thirst, let him come unto me
d15If you are discouraged, in darkness or in doubt
d16I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d17I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d18In all the gospel of God's grace
d19In the days of youth and vigor
d20In the land of fadeless day
d21In the ranks of Christian workers There are places yet to fill
d22I've listened to the gospel story
d23Jesus is calling for soldiers today, Men who are
d24Jesus knocks, he calls to thee
d25Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d26Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts
d27Lift up the gates of praise
d28March out to war, ye Christians
d29My new life I owe to thee
d30O Christ, thy love is sweeter far
d31O God, according to Thy grace Be merciful to me
d32O hear the heavenly music falling upon the ear
d33O name of names the dearest, O Friend of friends
d34Our lives are read by those who look
d35Praise, O praise Jehovah, earth and sea
d36Quit you like men be strong be strong
d37Rocked in the cradle of the deep
d38Since Jesus bore my weight of sorrow
d39Sometimes along our journey here
d40Step by step, Jesus leads the way
d41The Lord's our Rock, in Him we hide, A shelter
d42The treasures of earth are not mine
d43There are many wayward wanderers in the path of sing
d44There's a message that's broadcast from heaven tonight
d45There's an old, old road by an old, old cross
d46There's One above all earthly friends
d47They borrowed a bed to lay his head
d48Though the angry surges roll On my tempest driven soul
d49Triumphant Zion, lift thy head
d50'Twas long ago that Jesus died
d51We are traveling home to heaven above Will you come
d52When doubts and fears assail thy soul
d53When storms around are sweeping
d54When through the torn sail the wild tempest is streaming
d55Would you be a help to others
d56Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sin
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