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Beams of Glory

Editor: Nolin Jeffress
Publisher: Jeffress Music Co., Crossett, Ark., 1954
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d1A happy sunrise that will be
d2Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d3Am I a soldier of the cross
d4Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d5Are you working for the Master, are you toiling
d6As I go to and fro
d7As the thorny road I tread
d8Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d9Awake, put on the armor of Christ
d10Be careful friend
d11Beams of glory bright
d12Brightly beams our Father's mercy
d13Down to the shore of Galilee
d14Echoes in the valley are calling
d15God made a covenant with Noah
d16God's love is great and great is he
d17God's people here may suffer
d18Golden bells are ringing
d19Happy am I each day
d20He knows the bitter, weary way
d21How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
d22I am changed today, sins are washed away
d23I am thinking tonight of my mother so dear
d24I cannot tell, I do not know, Why Jesus should
d25I hear a sweet voice from far away
d26I need the prayers of those I love, while traveling
d27I often dream of home
d28I will let the Savior lead
d29If we travel on with the Lord each day
d30If you have no chart or compass
d31I'm drawing nearer heaven day after day
d32I'm going to a city beyond the hills of time
d33I'm in love with my Savior
d34I'm living with Jesus my Savior
d35I'm often made to wonder, as through this world
d36I'm riding the gospel choo choo train
d37In a country church yard, not so far away
d38In the resurrection morning when the trumpet of God shall sound
d39It was for me my Savior died, by cruel hands
d40It's not the words you sing to me
d41I've heard about a city, that's far
d42Jesus, Lord, my Shepherd, dear
d43Joybells are ringing in my soul
d44Just a little while to tarry here
d45Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d46Look for me in heaven
d47Looking toward the west
d48Lord, bring some wanderers home tonight
d49Lord, I heard you calling
d50Loving Savior, hear my cry
d51Many are waiting in darkness and sin
d52Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d53My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d54My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d55My heavenly home is bright and fair, I feel like traveling on
d56My Lord sent [will send] Moses down to see King Pharaoh
d57Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh
d58O I just can't keep from telling
d59O what a day in glory
d60Oft in fancy I go dreaming
d61Often we read the Bible we love
d62Old Moses led the children forward
d63Once I was lost down deep in sin
d64One day the friend of Jesus
d65Praises to Jesus we will be voicing
d66Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d67Sacred songs of love
d68Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on his gentle breast
d69So many in darkness are wandering
d70Soldiers in the army
d71Some happy day in glory land, I'll see
d72Some happy morning after while
d73Somebody did a golden deed
d74Sometimes it's hard, sometimes it's hard to understand
d75Sometimes my load is hard to bear
d76Sometimes the way , sometimes the way is dark
d77Somewhere there is a land where dreams come true
d78Soon we shall hear the glad new song
d79Take my life, and let it be, consecrated
d80There is a land beyond the gloom
d81There'll be a great round up in glory
d82There's a happy day coming
d83There's a hill far away
d84There's a little train a-windin'
d85There's a lovely old place
d86This life is hard to understand
d87Though I'm just a lonely pilgrim
d88Time is filled with swift transition
d89To an olive shaded garden, went
d90We read in the Bible of the Savior's precious love
d91We shall meet our friends when our journey
d92Well, I just can't keep from singing
d93What a wonderful day awaiting
d94When cares oppress you
d95When evening sun sinks in the west
d96When friends forsake me
d97When I get home at last
d98When I hear the Savior calling
d99When Jesus comes to earth again
d100When my soul is singing in the [that] promised land above

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