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Charming Message

Publisher: Jeffress Music Co., Crossett, Ark., 1964
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d1A few more days on earth to stay
d2A home in heaven when at last
d3A neighbor you've been so kind and true
d4After I leave for world's unknown
d5Although I cannot see the way
d6Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d7Charming message of love beyond compare
d8Come before the Lord with praise
d9Dear Lord, I realize my weakness
d10Echoes of heaven now are ringing so clear
d11Every night and every day
d12Faith of old Moses the waters divided
d13Far away beyond the shadows there's a golden
d14Gates to glory now are swinging
d15He knows the bitter, weary way
d16How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
d17I am going home some happy day
d18I am going up there, to that city so fair
d19I am in the bright and shining way
d20I am kept each day in the holy way
d21I am on my way to glory land
d22I am riding the range for my Savior today
d23I am thinking today of my loved ones of yore
d24I have found the Lord at the foot of the cross
d25I love my blessed Lord and Savior
d26I love to go to church on Sunday
d27I need the prayers of all the Christians
d28I often think of heaven
d29I thank you, God, for loving me
d30I want to do the best I can
d31I want to see my mansion bright
d32I wonder as I press along
d33I wonder why that God so loved us
d34I would like to go back to an old-fashioned
d35If you've failed to pray
d36I'll follow Christ, my Lord and King
d37I'm going along, just singing a song
d38I'm going to a city beyond the hills of time
d39I'm happy today for I'm on my way
d40I'm in love with my Savior
d41I'm just a lonely pilgrim, with no possessions
d42I'm living with Jesus my Savior
d43I'm often made to wonder, as through this world
d44I'm so glad to know that I have a mansion
d45In the Bible there's a story
d46In this old world of sin and sorrow
d47It's amazing what the Lord can do
d48I've loved ones gone on to glory above
d49Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d50Listen, listen, Hear the sweet voice from above
d51Lord, I heard you calling
d52Lord, I know that I am weak
d53Lord, I'm sad and lonely
d54Love looked on me, from Calvary
d55Mansions are prepared above
d56Many are waiting in darkness and sin
d57My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d58My friend have you heard the wonderful story
d59My pathway is bright, I walk in the light
d60My weary soul by sin oppressed
d61No more sorrow, on tomorrow
d62O blessed home so bright and fair
d63O Christ, my Lord, show me the way
d64O holy land where flowers bloom
d65O what joy abides within my newborn soul since
d66O when I have crossed over Jordan's deep
d67Oft we long to see the blessed Savior's face
d68Often I'm hindered on my way
d69On the wings of an angel
d70On to battle we'll bravely go
d71Once I was lost down deep in sin
d72Once I was straying out in sin
d73One day I was walking down sin's lonesome
d74Our Savior came down from God's heaven on high
d75Our Savior died on Calvary
d76Out into the fields from morning 'til night
d77Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d78Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on his gentle breast
d79So oft I've heard of a city of light
d80Some happy day in glory land, I'll see
d81Some sweet day the Lord will come
d82Sometimes when my load is troubling me
d83Sweet flowers that bloom are so rich and rare
d84The Bible tells of a holy city
d85The Lord appeared to Moses
d86The Lord is the best friend
d87The night before the Savior died
d88The Savior died upon the cross
d89There is a city, bright and fair
d90There is joy untold in that land of love
d91There's a home just o'er the river
d92They who seek the throne of grace
d93This old world is full of trouble, war and strife
d94Today we march to that home
d95We read of a home called heaven above
d96We'll keep telling the story
d97What a morning 'twill be up there
d98When cares oppress you
d99When heaven's portals shall open that day
d100When I leave this world below

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