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Banner of Love

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d1Amid the toil and pain of life
d2Anywhere with Jesus I know
d3Are you building on the rock of truth
d4Be not weary in well doing, Labor in the cause of right
d5Beautiful name of Jesus
d6Besides the crystal river
d7Beyond the western hills
d8Both by day and by night
d9Child of sorrow, child of care
d10Cling to Jesus, weary pilgrim
d11Come to Jesus in the morning
d12Come, weary sinner, to the cross
d13Firmly, brethren, firmly stand
d14Fling out the banner, the banner of the cross
d15Glory be to God, glory be
d16Go, thou, and tell the erring
d17God be with you till we meet again
d18Hark, I hear the Savior saying Let the children come to me
d19Hark, the voice of countless thousands singing Worthy is the Lamb that was slain
d20I am drifting down the stream of time
d21I am going home in the morning
d22I am longing for home in that land of the blest
d23I am passing down the valley
d24I love to think of my home above
d25I will go to Jesus now For he calls
d26I would not leave the path
d27In that beautiful home over there, by and by
d28In that city over yonder
d29In the hour when grief assails me
d30In the shadow of the rock Let me rest while the storms of life
d31In the swelling of the Jordan
d32I've heard of a beautiful place
d33Jesus bids us shine with a pure, clear [clear, pure] light
d34Jesus, I have need of thee
d35Jesus sat by the well
d36Light after darkness, gain after loss
d37Live for something be not idle
d38Meet me in that lovely land
d39My mortal eyes have never seen
d40My thoughts surround
d41Nearer the end of life's journey
d42Now the Savior stands [standeth] [standing] a-pleading [and pleading]
d43O have you not heard of a [that] beautiful stream
d44On a firm foundation let us build our hopes
d45On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d46One look at the cross on Calvary's brow
d47Out from life's shadows and gloom
d48Out in the darkness of midnight
d49Out on the billows of a boundless
d50Over the river, the river of time, Lies
d51Over the valley of Jordan
d52Savior, Thou art ever near, ever near
d53Shall we all meet at home
d54Shine on our land, Jehovah, shine
d55Slight him no longer
d56Someone has gone from this strange world
d57Soon or late, it may [shall] be
d58Sowing, sweetly, ever seeds of kindness
d59Spread the tidings of salvation
d60The gospel door is open
d61The Lord's our Rock, in Him we hide, A shelter
d62The world is full of stories
d63There is a home, a peaceful home, A home of joy and love
d64There is a voice upon the wind
d65There is joy among the angels, in the blissful courts above
d66There's a beautiful land in the regions immortal
d67There's a hand that's writing now
d68There's a home far away
d69There's a way my feet should follow
d70They are coming on the wings of the morning
d71Though the way at times
d72Thy life is hid with Christ in God
d73'Tis not for the beauty
d74We are growing up for Jesus
d75We are marching on
d76We thank thee, blessed Savior
d77We'll sing of the glory, the glory of God
d78We're a faithful pilgrim band
d79What shall we do for the Master
d80Whatever your trouble may be
d81When life's summer time is ended
d82When my earthly life is ended
d83When my work is finished
d84When the clouds of doubt enshroud thee
d85When the storm in its fury on Galilee fell And lifted
d86When we've crossed the jasper sea
d87Where do the children go
d88Who would not love the Sabbath
d89Why have we lips, if not to sing
d90With a heavy load of woe, Lord, I come
d91Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours
d92You who long in sin have wandered
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