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The Bow of Promise: hymns new and old for missionary and revival meetings and Sabbath-schools

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1I ask not for the highest placePage Scan
2Since I lost my sins, and I found my SaviorPage Scan
3When my life-work is ended, and I cross the swelling tidePage Scan
4It may not be on the mountain’s heightPage Scan
5There’s not a friend like the lowly JesusPage Scan
6The press was great, the throng was wildPage Scan
7In tenderness He sought mePage Scan
8We are building in sorrow, and building in joyPage Scan
9O'er death's sea, in yon blest cityPage Scan
10Oh, spread the tidings roundPage Scan
11When to the Savior's cross we turnPage Scan
12I do not ask to see the wayPage Scan
13Ye are the temples, Jesus hath spokenPage Scan
14Nay, I will not let Thee goPage Scan
15I must tell Jesus all of my trialsPage Scan
16There's a word of tender beautyPage Scan
17Sometime the night of sorrow will be o'erPage Scan
18Many souls are sinking in the wreck todayPage Scan
19Behold, what manner of lovePage Scan
20Oh, sweet is the story of JesusPage Scan
21Lord, I believe the soul that to Thy keepingPage Scan
22To the feet of my Savior, in trembling and fearPage Scan
23Just a little sunshine ev'rywhere we goPage Scan
24The Lord is faithful to His precious wordPage Scan
25Oh, to be like Thee! blessed RedeemerPage Scan
26In the shelter of the Savior's lovePage Scan
27On mem'ry's wall engraven standsPage Scan
28Thro' the shining gate, Where the angels waitPage Scan
29How dear to my mem'ry the bright heav'nly hourPage Scan
30Oh, the best friend to have is JesusPage Scan
31Pray'r is the key For the bending kneePage Scan
32Ten thousand times ten thousand in the city of our KingPage Scan
33'Tis the blessed hour of pray'r, when our hearts lowly bendPage Scan
34There's a beautiful land that awaits the justPage Scan
35Savior, more than life to mePage Scan
36A little while to wait and watch and wonderPage Scan
37Can it be that Jesus bought mePage Scan
38I came to my Redeemer thro' mercy rich and freePage Scan
39I'll sing of Jesus' wondrous lovePage Scan
40Savior, lead me, lest I strayPage Scan
41For all the Lord has done for mePage Scan
42Blessed Jesus Thou are minePage Scan
43A hand all bruised and bleeding is knocking at the doorPage Scan
44I've wandered away from my home and the rightPage Scan
45The Lord hath set up His sweet kingdom of peacePage Scan
46I do not ask to choose my pathPage Scan
47There's a hill lone and grayPage Scan
48When a sinner comes, as a sinner mayPage Scan
49O what a sad time, poor sinner, 'twill bePage Scan
50I love the blessed JesusPage Scan
51O blessed hour when first I knewPage Scan
52I've heard of a Savior whose love was so strongPage Scan
53There is constant joy abiding In Christ my Lord and KingPage Scan
54I wandered in the shades of nightPage Scan
55The promised land by faith I see Page Scan
56There's a dear and precious bookPage Scan
57O the great love the dear Savior has shownPage Scan
58When we near the river JordanPage Scan
59Just one touch as He moves alongPage Scan
60Come close to the Savior, thy loving RedeemerPage Scan
61Amid the trials which I meetPage Scan
62Loyalty to the Master, loyalty to the KingPage Scan
63Come, Holy Ghost, and touch my tonguePage Scan
64Only a fond old fatherPage Scan
65When you start for the land of heavenly restPage Scan
66Just lean upon Jesus; He'll help you alongTextPage Scan
67He leadeth his own with a gentle handPage Scan
68Softly the twilight shadows are fallingPage Scan
69Steer our bark away to the homelandPage Scan
70Dost thou know at thy bolted heart's-door tonightPage Scan
71I am Thine, O Lord, I have heard Thy voicePage Scan
72A wonderful Savior is Jesus my LordPage Scan
73Oh, the best songs of all are the songs about JesusPage Scan
74When on earth no more we gather, when this life is o'erPage Scan
75Over the river faces I seePage Scan
76I have learned the wondrous secretPage Scan
77Pass me not, O gentle SaviorPage Scan
78When darkness shrouds your lonely pathPage Scan
79There comes to my heart one sweet strainPage Scan
80There is singing up in heaven such as we have never knownPage Scan
81My soul is full of gladness, My heart is full of songPage Scan
82The dear loving Savior has found mePage Scan
83When I shall reach the more excellent gloryPage Scan
84Praise the Lord forever, tell his love to menPage Scan
85Lonely? no, not lonelyPage Scan
86Oh, what everlasting mercyPage Scan
87There is a name I love so wellPage Scan
88There is rest, sweet rest, at the Master's feetPage Scan
89Tho' rough may be thy path, and longPage Scan
90Tell me the story of JesusPage Scan
91I have heard a most wonderful storyPage Scan
92Upon the western plain There comes the signal strainPage Scan
93Our souls cry out, hallelujah!Page Scan
94Oh, the world has need of sunshine as you goPage Scan
95Jesus gives His peace to mePage Scan
96Sweet are the promises, Kind is the wordPage Scan
97When we walk with the Lord In the light of His wordPage Scan
98There's a song of gladness in my soul todayPage Scan
99aJesus, Lover of my soulPage Scan
99bJesus, Lover of my soulPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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