Bible Temperance Hymns

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Editor: J. Merritte Driver
Publisher: John Church, Cincinnati, Oh., 1906
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d1All hail the temperance morning
d2Almost persuaded, now to be free
d3Brother hast thou wandered far
d4Come friends and brethren, all unite
d5Come, swell the ranks of temperance
d6Do I refuse, 'Tis but a glass of sparkling wine
d7Drop a glad thanksgiving from your lips tonight
d8Fill the ranks with soldiers
d9Friends of temperance, quick to arms
d10From brightest crystal fountain
d11Hark, the voice of choral song Floats upon the breeze along
d12Hear the glorious anthem swelling
d13Heavenly Father, give thy blessing
d14Ho, my comrades, see the signal waving
d15Ho sound the tocsin shout aloud hurrah
d16How can you drink again, my friend
d17How tenderly Jesus loves us
d18Hurrah, for sparkling water
d19I have drank the social glass, boys
d20I saw a wayworn traveler
d21Let the children come to me, said the blessed Savior
d22Let us gather in the children
d23Look at your loved ones my brother
d24Loose the life boat, set it bounding
d25Mother, dear mother, if friends may draw near
d26My country, 'tis for thee Whose boast is liberty
d27My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d28Nay, touch it not, 'tis poison
d29Now to heaven our prayer [prayers] [cry] ascending
d30O have you heard the glorious news that round
d31O how sweet 'tis to toil
d32O patiently we've waited To see the happy day
d33Only a sister pleading tonight
d34Out in the gloomy night, sadly I roam
d35Pure through the veins the life tide flows
d36Rally, let us rally and for temperance boldly stand
d37Rally round the temperance banner
d38Rescue the man who to dram shops will go
d39Say brother, will you join us
d40See the temperance banner waving
d41Should auld acquaintance be forgot, who've fallen by the way
d42Sing we merrily
d43Something to do, has been ringing today
d44Sowing the [their] seed by the daylight [dawnlight] fair
d45Stand firm for temperance, nobly stand
d46Stand up, stand up for Temperance
d47The army of temperance is gathering its men
d48The gospel blue, the badge that you
d49The heart of home is beaming
d50The light of truth is breaking
d51The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d52The temperance wave O may it roll
d53The wave is rolling far and wide
d54There is dawning a glorious day
d55There were ninety and nine that [who] safely lay
d56There's a hope that is richer by far
d57Touch not the cup, it is death to thy [the] soul
d58Unfurl the temperance banner and fling it to the breeze
d59Wandering in the paths of folly
d60We come, dear friends, to proffer
d61We come, great God, to thee In deep humility
d62We have gathered here tonight
d63We will rally in our might
d64We will work for temperance movements
d65Welcome, comrades, glad we greet you
d66We'll drink no more the beaming wine, we'll be no more
d67We're marching to Canaan with banner and song
d68When my little weeping child
d69When the right over wrong shall prevail when the
d70Who hath sorrows, who hath woes, Who hath babblings?
d71With banner and with badge we come
d72Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sin
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