The Beautiful in Song No.2

Editor: W. E. Marks
Publisher: William Edie Marks, Wilmington, Del., 1914
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d1A movement new is sweeping
d2After my trials and troubles
d3Against the dreadful rum
d4Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d5All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d6All in all to Jesus
d7Always enough of grace is given
d8Are we the light reflecting
d9As high as the mountain
d10Bring hither the thanks
d11Carry the beautiful sunlight
d12Come, every soul by sin oppressed, There's mercy
d13Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to sing
d14Come thou fount of every blessing
d15Crimson sinful stains
d16Down at the cross where my [the] Savior died
d17Every mite of kindness
d18Faith of our fathers, living still [faith]
d19Fling out the banner, let it float
d20For the soul that's tired
d21For victory let us unite
d22Go tell the sweet story of Jesus your Lord
d23Hark, ye people, from the steeple music swells
d24Has God filled with love
d25Have you heard a word
d26He leadeth me, O blessed thought
d27Holy Spirit, faithful Guide
d28How tender and loving is Jesus my friend
d29I am resting on the Rock
d30I have been won
d31I hear the Savior say, thy strength indeed is small
d32I know not what of glory
d33I want my life to testify
d34I would labor so
d35If I walk in the pathway of duty
d36In my Savior dear above
d37In the darkness o'er
d38In this world of sadness there is much to do
d39I've settled the question
d40Jesus, and shall it ever be
d41Jesus calls for volunteers
d42Jesus has cleansed my heart
d43Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d44Jesus, my Lord, to thee I cry
d45Jesus, my Savior, O let my life be
d46Just to be a careful, patient sower
d47Keep the battle raging
d48Labor for Jesus, go gather the grain
d49Let us firmly hold
d50Lord, I hear of [that] [the] showers of blessing
d51Lower not the banner
d52My heart has lost its sadness
d53Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d54Nearer to Jesus I now abide
d55No matter where my place
d56Not a cross that seems
d57O for a faith that looks
d58O Jesus, I have promised
d59O Lord, pity now my condition
d60O the joy that service brings
d61O the narrow way
d62O worn and weak, despairing
d63Of Jesus I am singing
d64Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross
d65Onward we press to deliver
d66Our banner glorious is floating o'er us
d67Our cause is daily gaining
d68Precious yea far more precious than jewels
d69Radiant with joy the gospel
d70Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d71Rouse ye Christian freemen
d72Salvation's well o'erflows
d73Send abroad the message
d74Soldiers, bravely march
d75Some holy dawn
d76Some stars
d77Somehow the cross will be
d78Sometime you intend to
d79Sowing, sowing seeds
d80Sweet gospel bells are ringing
d81Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer
d82The battle is on, The fight must be won
d83The foe is near, the bugle call is ringing
d84The great Physician now is near
d85The Lord his host is leading
d86The way may seem too hard
d87There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d88There is so much we can be
d89There's a battle great now raging
d90Though I am tempted oft
d91To know that Jesus will
d92Upon the altar now I lay
d93We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d94We will guard the Bible
d95What a friend we have in Jesus
d96What a transformation
d97When storms around are sweeping
d98Where leads the cross
d99Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours
d100Would you know the sweetness

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