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Corn In Egypt: a new book of wonderful merit for the Sunday-school, revivals, Christian Endeavor, Epworth league, young people's society and evangelistic work

Editor: George C. Hugg
Publisher: George C. Hugg, Philadelphia, 1900
Language: English
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3Souls who now are starving on the husks of sinPage Scan
4Is there a heart that is waitingPage Scan
5We shall greet one another with "good morning"Page Scan
6There's a vessel near the landingPage Scan
7Happy home coming of our KingPage Scan
8The time is nearing, For our appearingPage Scan
9Who is ready, who is willingPage Scan
10Away beyond the shadows of this vale of nightPage Scan
11There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
12That old garment you have long been wearingPage Scan
13Tho' your sins be as scarletPage Scan
14If you need a friend to help you ev'ry moment of the dayPage Scan
15Our praises, Lord, arise to theePage Scan
16Voice upraising, Jesus praisingPage Scan
17Just one touch as he moves alongPage Scan
18Like the still, quiet fall of the silent dew of nightPage Scan
19I love to tell the story, How Christ, the King of GloryPage Scan
20Lord, this very hour, Send thy mighty pow'rPage Scan
21After years vainly spent, all my sins I repentPage Scan
22O Jesus, thou art standing, standingPage Scan
23How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPage Scan
24Peacefully, gently toward heav'n I sailPage Scan
25Sin has thrown its arrows 'round mePage Scan
26If the Saviour journey with mePage Scan
27A charge to keep I havePage Scan
28Come, ev'ry one that thirsts, todayPage Scan
29Out from the depths to thee I cryPage Scan
30There's a loving voice that callsPage Scan
31How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
32"She hath done what she could," said the MasterPage Scan
33Safely thro' another weekPage Scan
34Since God bestowed his blessingPage Scan
35There is a Rock in a weary landPage Scan
36There's a stream from the mount of Calv'ry flowingPage Scan
37What a fellowship, what a joy divinePage Scan
38Go work for Jesus day by dayPage Scan
39All around this very hourPage Scan
40He has brought me out of bondagePage Scan
41Joy to the world; the Lord is comePage Scan
42In the morn of morns when we all meet therePage Scan
43Come, weary sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
44The sun has sunk behind the hillPage Scan
45This is not my place of restingPage Scan
46There is now no condemnation, all my sins are wash'd awayPage Scan
47When all thy mercies, O my God Page Scan
48Life's closing hours pass sweetly byPage Scan
49Oh, the love of God constrains me in the wayPage Scan
50When the days of earth have their courses runPage Scan
51Victor now the Saviour standsPage Scan
52At the door of mercy sighingPage Scan
53A wonderful Saviour is Jesus my LordPage Scan
54King of kings and Lord of lords is hePage Scan
56O my sweet home, JerusalemPage Scan
57Tho' death's shadows round me creepPage Scan
58Tho' days may be serene and brightPage Scan
59Let others choose pleasures of sin if they mayPage Scan
60Alive in Christ! O happy dayPage Scan
61We will work for Jesus as the moments flyPage Scan
62I was starving in the desertPage Scan
63In the blood from the crossPage Scan
64For a hundred years or more, good old Noah gave the warningPage Scan
65And can I yet delayPage Scan
66There's a land of joy and beauty just across the surging tidePage Scan
68Safe on board the "Old Ship Zion," homeward boundPage Scan
69Jesus, touch this heart of minePage Scan
70We're a mighty, valiant bandPage Scan
72Joyful songs I now will raisePage Scan
73Jesus satisfies, Jesus satisfiesPage Scan
74Ev'ryday salvation--this is what I needPage Scan
75When the Lord pass'd over EgyptPage Scan
76There's a place where the angels of God love to meetPage Scan
78Just a word for my RedeemerPage Scan
79God of love, who hearest prayerPage Scan
80There's a city bright and fairPage Scan
81Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
82Soon trials and conflicts of life will be o'erPage Scan
83Nothing to pay! Ah, nothing to pay!Page Scan
84When once the sinful maze I trodPage Scan
85Overburdened with a weight of woePage Scan
86Oh, spread the tidings round, wherever man is foundPage Scan
87Wondrous it seemeth to mePage Scan
88I was out on the desert, a strangerPage Scan
89Blessed are they who do his commandmentsPage Scan
90When the waiting time is overPage Scan
91O'er death's sea, in yon blest cityPage Scan
92Master, we are here before theePage Scan
93Have thy affections been nailed to the cross?Page Scan
94As we sow we must reapPage Scan
95Take my life and let it bePage Scan
96We shall walk with him in whitePage Scan
97Come, my soul, thy suit preparePage Scan
98When you start for the land of heavenly restPage Scan
99The feast is prepared, you're urged to come inPage Scan
100There's not a friend like the lowly JesusPage Scan
101I was lost, now I'm sav'd by the blood of the LambPage Scan
102Come while God is calling, hear His word todayPage Scan
103Let me work in Thy vineyardPage Scan
104O wand'rer to eternityPage Scan
105Ope the windows t'ward the cityPage Scan
106Sing with me, sing hallelujah!Page Scan

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