Crimson Glow

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co., Dallas, Tex., 1951
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d1A home in heaven is waiting the
d2Across the dark mountains
d3All the heroes of the nation
d4Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d5Are you walking in the footsteps of
d6Are your burdens hard to bear
d7As I go along, praising
d8As I travel on my way
d9At the bedside of my mother
d10Before we start our work each day
d11Bless me, dear Savior, while pressing
d12By clouds my sky was overcast
d13Christ is saving many sinners
d14Come and listen to our story
d15Come and see a man who told me all
d16Come on board the ship for glory
d17David went to battle
d18Down the lonesome valley
d19Dreaming, silently dreaming
d20Each day we march, a happy throng
d21Following Jesus day after day
d22For many years I've traveled here
d23Glorious hope that cheers me onward each day
d24He knows the bitter, weary way
d25Help me, Lord, to bear my heavy load
d26Here we gather and love to sing
d27Here we meet with many troubles
d28Here we meet with troubles
d29Holy Spirit, Stay near, we pray
d30How I love my Savior and King
d31I am going to a city, to a city
d32I am safely hiding underneath
d33I have a song of praise now
d34I have a story, wonderful story
d35I have found the way, the bright and shining way
d36I have heard about a city
d37I have peace and gladness in my heart
d38I have the sweetest song that I'm
d39I know that foes will oft assail me
d40I often wonder just why
d41I once traveled the downward pathway
d42I want to see my dear old mother
d43I was just a wanderer
d44I was steeped in sin and lost
d45I was wandering away
d46I would sing with gladness
d47If you are lonesome, sad or blue
d48If you do not trust the Savior
d49If you meet a stranger
d50If you would a victory win
d51If you would like to find a place
d52I'm going some day to heaven
d53I'm just a pilgrim and a stranger here
d54In the Bible we read of a city with its golden streets
d55In this world I have my sorrows
d56Into paths of sin my feet were drifting
d57Is your pathway dark and lonely
d58I've a home way up in glory
d59Jesus came from his home above
d60Jesus came in mercy
d61Jesus died to ransom me
d62Jesus is with me, praise his name
d63Jesus means more than this
d64Jesus never fails
d65Jesus, Savior, how I love thee
d66Joybells are sweetly ringing
d67Keep in step with Christ the Savior
d68Lead me where still waters flow
d69Let us work for Christ the Savior
d70Lift me higher, blessed Jesus
d71Living below in this old sinful world
d72Living for Jesus in this world
d73Living in sunshine here
d74Look away from earthly sorrow
d75Lord, teach us how to humbly pray
d76My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d77My soul is glad and so I sing
d78My soul was athirst and yearning
d79No other friend could ever love
d80O what a day that will be
d81Oft here I sing for friends I love
d82On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d83On the way that leads to glory
d84Once I wandered from God and right
d85One bleak day I heard God say
d86One glad day the Savior came
d87Our Savior came to earth
d88Out beyond these mortal bars
d89Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d90Some day I'll leave this world
d91Some day I'm going home
d92Sometimes your heart is sad
d93The blessed sunlight of God's love is shining
d94The Savior stands outside the door
d95The theme of my story is Jesus
d96There are many paths that lead astray
d97There is a Friend on whom you can depend
d98There is a land of sunshine across
d99There is a song I love to hear
d100There is much that we can do

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