Blood and Fire: Salvation Songs Used by the Salvationists

Publisher: l4 Dock Sq., opp. Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass., 1890
Denomination: Salvation Army
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d1A little longer here below
d2A soul at sea on life's foaming waves
d3All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d4Chatter with the angels
d5Come sinner to the gospel feast
d6Day by day we're marching on
d7Der beste Freund ist in dem Himmel
d8Don't you think I'd make a soldier, soldier
d9Follow, follow, I will follow Jesus
d10I know I am saved
d11I never was puzzled before
d12I'm a joyous soldier
d13I'm glad I got salvation
d14In the month of February, '84
d15I've [I have] found a friend in Jesus, He's everything to me
d16Jesus is my Captain here
d17Jesus, my Savior, a long time ago
d18Now, I can read my title clear
d19O when I was a sinner
d20Once I was far away from God
d21Once I was so miserable in sin's dark way
d22Once I was vile as vile could be
d23O,this is a joyful meeting tonight
d24Salvation is our song
d25So we'll roll the old chariot along
d26Soon, soon shall our banner flutter o'er us
d27Storm the forts of darkness
d28The devil and me, we can't agree
d29The love of my Savior was so great
d30The people say we're crazy
d31The story sir why really I haven't much to say
d32There is a noisy band
d33'Tis prayer fills the soul with a halo of love
d34Way down in the city of Philadelphia
d35Way down in the city of Salem
d36We are a happy band
d37We are sweeping through the land
d38We'll win the world for God
d39We're a joyous band of soldiers
d40What a grip sin has got upon your heart
d41What beauteous methods God has given
d42Who are these, the people ask us
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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