Chiming Voices

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d101Make Jesus King, make
d102Many are longing thy message to hear
d103Mighty host of Jesus
d104Mourning at the cross of Jesus
d105My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d106My days go by as a weaver's shuttle flies
d107My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d108My Redeemer safely leads me
d109My song shall be of Jesus, I'll sing of his love to me
d110My ways are all so simple, Lord
d111Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d112Not as I will, all through the day
d113O heavenly father hear my prayer
d114O Master of the harvest field
d115O my soul, bless thou Jehovah
d116O the Lord has need of children
d117O think of the home over there, By the side of the river
d118O to be something, something, though but an instrument
d119O to do something for Jesus
d120O what amazing words of grace Are in the gospel found
d121One by one the days are going by
d122Onward and upward, O
d123Onward, Christian workers
d124Open the heart's door wide
d125Our Lord commands, and we obey
d126Our only trust is thee, O Christ
d127Praise waits in Zion, Lord, for thee
d128Resplendent Sun! your brilliant beams
d129Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d130See, from Zion's sacred mountain
d131See the golden bow of promise
d132Sing Hallelujah, for the Lord is love
d133Sing, O sing again
d134Sitting idly, sweetly dreaming
d135Stand, and adore! how glorious He
d136Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
d137Sweet were the tears that once I shed
d138Teach us to pray, O Lord, we know not what to say
d139Tell of the love of Jesus
d140The Bible, the Bible, from heaven
d141The book of the new year is opened
d142The great Physician now is near
d143The hands that will never grow weary
d144The harvest now is blooming
d145The Lord our portion is
d146The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d147The Shepherd looked out
d148The world is wide before me
d149There is a fount that's never dry
d150There's a beautiful day
d151There's a city of jasper
d152There's a fount of love filled
d153There's a light that will lead us to heaven
d154There's a welcome to all
d155These hands of mine I bring thee
d156Thine eyes shall see the King
d157Though the winds may blow and the tears may flow
d158Three simple lessons God would teach
d159Thy praises, thy praises, O help us, Lord, proclaim
d160Thy word is light upon my path
d161'Tis sweet to know the way is bright
d162'Tis sweet to read the promise
d163To follow where the Master leads
d164To thee we come, dear Savior
d165Unto thee, in life's fair morning
d166Up the mount of Zion striving
d167We are earnest toilers on life's fruitful field
d168We are little children, and we
d169We are little soldiers toiling
d170We are soldiers true in the army
d171We have entered the kingdom of light
d172We thank thee, Lord, for daily
d173We will look to thee, Savior
d174Weak and humble, Lord, am I
d175We're a happy band of children
d176We're going home, blest words
d177What can I do, a little boy said
d178What shall I do with Jesus, He knocks at my door
d179Whatsoe'er we do, remember
d180When earth with all its woe is passed
d181When hearts are happy
d182When life prolongs its precious light
d183When the evening shades are falling
d184When the mists of darkness gather
d185When the morning awakes and the sunlight
d186When the tempest rages high, Cling to the Rock
d187When the trials in life's journey
d188When the working time is over
d189When thy cherished friends forsake
d190When you start upon life's
d191Work, children, work
d192Work, Christian, work for Jesus
d193Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours
d194Working always for thee Savior
d195Ye Christian heroes [heralds], go proclaim
d196You tell me of your Father's love
d197Young soldiers of the cross

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