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Editor: Homer Rodeheaver, George W. Sanville, Y. P. Rodeheaver, J. N. Rodeheaver, Irvin H. Mack
Music Editor: B. D. Ackley, C. Austin Miles
Publisher: The Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co., Winona Lake, Indiana, 1939
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1O could I speak the matchless worth[O could I speak the matchless worth] (Mason)
2Wonderful birth, to a manger He came[Wonderful birth, to a manger He came] (Ackley)
3Sometimes our skies are cloudy and dreary[Sometimes our skies are cloudy and dreary] (Lillenas)
4"Man of Sorrows," what a name["Man of Sorrows," what a name] (Bliss)
5O day of rest and gladness[O day of rest and gladness] (Mason)
6When morning gilds the skies[When morning gilds the skies] (Barnby)
7Somebody knows when your heart aches[Somebody knows when your heart aches] (Rodeheaver)
8Be still, my soul: the Lord is on thy side[Be still my soul] (Sibelius)
9There are fields that to harvest are white[There are fields that to harvest are white] (Hall)
10Safely through another week[Safely through another week] (Mason)
11At one with God, how rich is my condition[At one with God, how rich (Miles)
12Come, ye heavy laden[Come, ye heavy laden] (Miles)
13Come, Thou Almighty King[Come, Thou Almighty King] (Giardini)
14Pray on, O soul of mine, pray on![Pray on, O soul of mine, pray on] (Kohlmann)
15Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!NICAEA
16Lord, as of old at Pentecost Thou didst thy pow'r display[Lord, as of old at Pentecost] (Gabriel)
17There is a joy in serving Jesus[There is joy in serving Jesus]
18Blest be the tie that binds [Blest be the tie that binds] Nageli
19Fling out the banner! let it float[Fling out the banner! let it float] (Calkin)
20Savior, breathe an evening blessingEVENING PRAYER
21A charge to keep I haveBOYLSTON
22There never was one like the Saviour of men[There never was one like the Savior of men] (Ackley)
23Only a touch of Thy hand, dear Lord[Only a touch of Thy hand, dear Lord] (Ackley)
24All that I am or hope to be[All that I am or hope to be] (Miles)
25True-hearted, whole-hearted, faithful and loyal[True-hearted, whole-hearted] (Stebbins)
26Day is dying in the west[Day is dying in the west] (Sherwin)
27The Church's one foundation AURELIA
28I stand at the dawn of a beautiful day[I stand at the dawn of a beautiful day] (Ackley)
29O Jesus, Saviour, and my Lord[O Jesus, my Savior and my Lord] (Stebbins)
30The story of redemption still is told[The story of redemption still is told] (Miles)
31Earthly pleasures vainly call me[Earthly pleasures vainly call me] (Ackley)
32Abide with me, fast falls the eventide[Abide with me: fast falls the eventide] (Monk)
33Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish[Come, ye disconsolate] (Webbe)
34Sun of my soul! Thou Savior dear[Sun of my soul! Thou Savior dear] (Ritter)
35The whole wide world for Jesus[The whole wide world for Jesus] (Kirkpatrick)
36I do not know why oft 'round me[I do not know why oft 'round me] (Geibel)
37Go forth to serve, as Jesus went[Go forth to serve, as Jesus went] (Ackley)
38Take up the broken threads of life[Take up the broken threads of life] (Ackley)
39Now the day is overMERRIAL
40Softly now the light of daySEYMOUR
41O for a thousand tongues to sing AZMON
42Dear Lord and Father of mankind ELTON
43If you would do something for Jesus[If you would do something for Jesus] (Lawrence)
44I am happy in the service of the King[I am happy in the service of the King] (Ackley)
45Walking in the morning bright[Walking in the morning bright] (Ritter)
46Dear is the story of wonderful love[Dear is the story of wonderful love] (Gabriel)
47When I survey the wondrous crossHAMBURG
48In the cross of Christ I glory[In the cross of Christ I glory] (Conkey)
49Come, Holy Spirit, heav'nly DoveAZMON
50Walk in the light! so shalt thou knowMANOAH
51Let the church march on thru a sin-cursed world[Let the church march on] (Ackley)
52Though far you may wander away from the fold[Though far you may wander away] (Lillenas)
53There is a place of quiet rest[There is a place of quiet rest] (McAfee)
54There's a wideness in God's mercy[There's a wideness in God's mercy] (Tourjee)
55The whole world was lost in the darkness of sin[The whole world was lost] (Bliss)
56Jesus, I my cross have taken[Jesus, I my cross have taken] (Mozart)
57I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus[I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus] (Weigle)
58A wondrous song was giv'n to me[A wondrous song was giv'n to me] (Miles)
59Marvelous grace of our loving Lord[Marvelous grace of our loving Lord] (Towner)
60In remembrance, Lord, I come[In remembrance, Lord, I come] (Ackley)
61Must Jesus bear the cross alone[Must Jesus bear the cross alone] (Allen)
62Jesus, keep me near the Cross[Jesus, keep me near the Cross] (Doane)
63What a wonderful change in my life has been wrought[What a wonderful change in my life] (Gabriel)
64Keep on praying when the skies are gray[Keep on praying when the skies are gray] (Whaley)
65How sweet is the love of my Saviour![How sweet is the love of my Savior] (Gabriel)
66Will your anchor hold in the storms of life[Will your anchor hold] (Kirkpatrick)
67Stand up, stand up for Jesus[Stand up, stand up for Jesus] (Geibel)
68"Are ye able," said the Master[Are ye able, said the Master] (Mason)
69I have found a wondrous Saviour[I have found a wondrous Saviour] (Ackley)
70The world needs a friend like Jesus[The world needs a friend like Jesus] (Tovey)
71Jesus shall reign where'er the sun[Jesus shall reign where'er the sun] (Hatton)
72O Zion, haste, thy mission high fulfilling[O Zion haste] (Walch)
73Watchman, tell us of the nightWATCHMAN
74On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross[On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross] (Bennard)
75There is a Shepherd who cares for His own[There is a Shepherd who cares for His own] (Hall)
76More love to Thee, O Christ[More love to Thee, O Christ] (Doane)
77Amazing grace! how sweet the sound[Amazing grace! how sweet the sound]
78Fairest Lord Jesus! Ruler of all nature!Crusaders' Hymn
79Jesus calls us; o'er the tumult[Jesus calls us; o'er the tumult]
80It may be in the valley, where countless dangers hide[It may be in the valley] (Miles)
81Simply trusting ev'ry day[Simply trusting ev'ry day] (Sankey)
82O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight[O Thou in whose presence] (Lewis)
83Jesus, Savior, pilot me[Jesus, Savior, pilot me]
84'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus['Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus] (Kirkpatrick)
85There is music in the air[There is music in the air] (Ackley)
86Beyond the sunset, O blissful morning[Beyond the sunset, O blissful morning] (Brock)
87Waiting on Jesus when I am weak[Waiting on Jesus when I am weak] Ackley
88Revive Thy work, O Lord![Revive Thy work, O Lord] (Ackley)
89A story sweet and wondrous[A story sweet and wondrous] (Hall)
90Up Calv'ry's hill Jesus patiently trod[Up Calv'ry's hill Jesus patiently trod] (Kohlmann)
91Saviour, Thy dying love Thou gavest meSOMETHING FOR JESUS (Lowry)
92I need Thee ev'ry hour[I need Thee ev'ry hour] (Lowry)
93If I have wounded any soul today[If I have wounded any soul today] (Gabriel)
94I have walked alone with Jesus[I have walked alone with Jesus] (Ackley)
95There's a garden where Jesus is waiting[There's a garden where Jesus is waiting] (Fillmore)
96Prayer is the key [Prayer is the key] (Sweney)
97Take time to be holy[Take time to be holy] (Stebbins)
98My faith looks up to Thee[My faith looks up to Thee] (Mason)
99My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine[My Jesus, I love Thee] (Gordon)
100If to Christ our only King [If to Christ our only King] (Miles)

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