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Beams of Heaven: Hymns of Charles Albert Tindley

Author: Charles Albert Tindley
Editor: S. T. Kimbrough, Jr.
Music Editor: Carlton R. Young
Publisher: General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church, Nashville, TN, Cincinnati, OH, New York, NY, 2006
Language: English
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1Ye pilgrims through this vale of tearsConsolation
2Go, ye humble pilgrim strangerPilgrim stranger
3When the storms of life are ragingStand by me
4Courage, my soul, and let us journey onThe storm is passing over
5Nothing between my soul and the SaviorNothing between
6Since I began to serve the LordI'm going there
7You ask me where I got the joysMy secret of joy
8I've wandered in the darkness long enoughToday
9It may be a brother with whom I did playSomeone is waiting for me
10I often wonder why it isIt may be the best for me
11Beams of heaven as I goSome day
12The hills of life which you must climbThe Lord will make the way
13I have found at last the Savior[I have found at last the Savior]
14This world is one great battlefield[This world is one great battlefield]
15I am thinking of friends whom I used to knowWhat are they doing in heaven?
16Christ is the way, in exaltation[Christ is the way]
17Ever since I have been Living in this world of sinA better home
18We are often tossed and driven on the restless sea of time[We are often tossed and driven on the restless sea of time]Text
19When the pathway of duty seems with danger filledI will go, if my Father holds my hand
20If the world from you withholdLeave it there
21I am free from condemnation, Jesus' blood has made me freeI believe it
22Come, whosoever feels the needYour faith has saved you
23I'm on my way to heaven aboveJoyous anticipation
24There is a land that is free from tearsWill you be there?
25If the Savior wants somebody just to fill a humble place"Here am I, send me" Isaiah, 6:8
26I hear of a city, a heavenly homeThe home of the soul
27What if all the world was given unto meI'll be satisfiedText InfoText
28Lifetime is like a single dayHe'll take you through
29I have found the peace of heavenJust today
30If your life in days gone byLet Jesus fix it for you
31Thou, O Christ, my Lord and KingIn me
32Come, saints and sinners hear me tellThe heavenly unionText Info
33I am a poor pilgrim of sorrowThe pilgrim's Song
34Here I may be weak and poor[God will provide for me]
35The world of forms and changesAfter awhile
36One day, a wayward boy, I strayed away from homeA stranger cut the rope
37I can see down yonder where I had my dwellingMountain top dwelling
38I have heard of a tree, a great Christmas treeHeaven's Christmas tree
39Like the action of the groundSpiritual springtime
40A better day is coming, the morning draweth nigh[A better day is coming]Text
41I am thinking of the danger of the life I used to liveSaved and satisfied
42Come everyone that loves the LordOur suffering Jesus
43If some disease has robbed youGo talk with Jesus about it
44There was Naaman the leper, that honorable manGo wash in the beautiful streamText
45My life, as a year, had a bright springtimeFrom youth to old age
46You have waited too long, You are still doing wrongHave you crossed the line?
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