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Cliff Barrows Old Favorites

Editor: C. Barrows
Publisher: Tabernacle Pub. Co., Chicago, Ill., 1964
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d1Anywhere with Jesus I can safely go
d2Beautiful, lovely hands, praying
d3Beautiful valley of Eden! Sweet is thy noon-tide calm
d4Beyond the sunset, O blissful morning
d5Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine
d6Can I forget him, my own
d7Children of the heavenly father
d8Complete in thee, no work of mine
d9Deep in my heart there's a gladness
d10Face to face with Christ my Savior
d11God be with you till we meet again
d12God hath [has] not promised skies always blue
d13Great is thy faithfulness, O God my Father
d14Have thine own way, Lord
d15Have thy [thine] affections been nailed to the cross
d16Have you started for glory and heaven
d17He makes the sun to shine
d18Ho, everyone that is thirsty in spirit
d19I am thinking today of that beautiful land
d20I am weak but thou art strong
d21I came to Jesus, weary, worn and sad
d22I entered once a home of care
d23I know of a world that is sunk in shame
d24I must needs go home by the way of the cross
d25I was drifting away on life's pitiless sea
d26I was straying when Christ found me
d27I will meet you in the morning
d28I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus
d29If I gained the world
d30If the world from you withhold of [all] its silver and its gold
d31If when you give the best of your service
d32I'll be with you in the morning
d33In every star above I see
d34In shady green pastures
d35In the land of fadeless day
d36It was good for our fathers [mothers] [poor old Daniel] [the apostles]
d37Jesus, and shall it ever be
d38Jesus is mighty I know he can save
d39Kneel at the cross, Christ will meet you there
d40Lead me gently home, Father
d41Life is like a mountain railroad
d42Love divine, so great and wondrous
d43Marvelous grace of our loving Lord
d44My Father is omnipotent, and that you can't deny
d45My Lord has garments so wondrous fine
d46My stubborn will at last hath yielded
d47Not now but in the coming years it may be in the better dand
d48Nothing between my soul and the [my] Savior
d49O for a heart that is whiter than snow
d50O my brother, do you know the Savior Who is wondrous kind and true
d51O the friends that now are waiting
d52O they tell me of a home far beyond the skies
d53O to be like Thee, blessed Redeemer
d54On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d55Out in the wilderness, wild and drear
d56Precious Lord, take my hand
d57Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on his gentle breast
d58Saved by the blood of the crucified one
d59Savior, I will follow Thee Thou art all the world to me
d60Shall we gather at [by] the river, Where bright angel feet have trod
d61So precious is Jesus, my Savior, my [and] King
d62Soft as the voice of an angel
d63Some glorious morning sorrow will cease
d64Somebody did a golden deed, proving himself
d65Somewhere the sun is shining
d66Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer
d67The cross upon which Jesus died
d68The hand that was nailed to the cross
d69The love of God is greater far
d70The nearer I reach the end of life
d71The trusting heart to Jesus clings
d72The world says I'm dreaming, but I know 'tis Jesus
d73There are days so dark that I seek in vain
d74There have been names that I have loved to hear
d75There waits for me a glad tomorrow
d76There were ninety and nine that [who] safely lay
d77There's a church in the valley by the wildwood
d78There's a holy and beautiful city
d79There's a land beyond the river, that we call the sweet forever
d80There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than day
d81There's a sweet bye and bye
d82There's no disappointment in heaven, no weariness
d83They bound the hands of Jesus
d84To God be the glory, great things He hath done
d85To lift the fallen sons of men
d86When I come to the river at ending of day
d87When I saw the cleansing fountain
d88When Isr'l was threatened
d89When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time
d90Who can cheer the heart like Jesus
d91Why should I feel discouraged
d92You have longed [looked] for sweet peace
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