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Choir Favorites. Volume 4

Editor: John W. Peterson
Publisher: Singspiration / Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1967
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d1A pilgrim was I, and awandering
d2Angels we have heard on high
d3Beneath the cross of Jesus I fain would take my stand
d4Come to the living water, drink from its streams of healing
d5Creation shows the power of God
d6Days are filled with sorrow and care, Hearts are lonely and drear
d7Fear thou not, for I am with thee, I will be thy stay
d8God's word shall stand
d9Gone is the guilt of my sin
d10He's got the whole [wide] world in his hands
d11How faithful thou hast been to me
d12I have decided to follow Jesus
d13I know my Savior leadeth me
d14I look at the cross upon Calvary
d15I stood one day at Calvary
d16I was fretful and fearful
d17I'm satisfied with just a cottage below
d18In a cave, a lonely stable
d19Isaiah heard the voice of God
d20Like a ledger unopened the year lies ahead
d21Lord, I've a hunger deep for thee
d22My Lord was bound and led away
d23O breath of life, come sweeping through us
d24O give us homes built firm upon the Savior Where Christ is Head and Cousellor and Guide
d25O I want to be like Jesus
d26See yonder on Calvary, One lifted to die
d27Some day life's journey will be o'er
d28Some day when the toils of life are over
d29Sweet and precious are the moments
d30Tend now thy trusting sheep
d31The cross and the tomb are empty now
d32The cross upon which Jesus died
d33The sky was black with clouds
d34There'll be a glad, glad tomorrow
d35This is the gospel, this is good news
d36Time is quickly passing
d37We are climbing Jacob's ladder, We are climbing
d38Weary marching, weary marching up the Calvary road
d39What joy divine it is to know
d40When your heart is heavy and the clouds are hanging
d41Years I spent in vanity and pride
d42You ask [me] why I am happy so I'll just tell you
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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