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Crown of Life: a collection of songs, new and old, for the use in the Sunday-school, prayer and praise meetings, and the home circle

Editor: W. A. Ogden
Publisher: W. W. Whitney, Toledo, Oh., 1875
Language: English
Notes: Numbers are the page numbers the hymn starts on. If two hymns start on the same page, letters are added after the page number.
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3These are the crowns that we shall wear, we shall wearPage Scan
4All hail the power of Jesus' namePage Scan
5O flood of living watersPage Scan
6We are marching on, a happy band and truePage Scan
7Closer, still closer, my Savior, to theePage Scan
8In happy song our voices we will raisePage Scan
9Pass me not, O gentle SaviorPage Scan
10In the Rifted Rock I'm resting Page Scan
11Trusting in the promises, we march alongPage Scan
12Oppressed with noonday's scorching heatPage Scan
13There is no name so sweet on earthPage Scan
14I've wandered, yes wandered afarPage Scan
15With a tender hand, He will lead us onPage Scan
16Sing of Jesus' love foreverPage Scan
17Fresh from the throne of gloryPage Scan
18Beyond this vale of tearsPage Scan
19Oh, the Savior's at the doorPage Scan
20A heavenly home, forever brightPage Scan
21If we treat with sin and SatanPage Scan
22Consider how the lillies growPage Scan
23We rest in hope of a better landPage Scan
24What means this eager, anxious throngPage Scan
25O precious blood! and shed and shed for mePage Scan
26On the Rock of Ages, Firmly now I standPage Scan
27'Tis the holy day of restPage Scan
28Come, oh, come, 'tis the Savior's messagePage Scan
29In the house of my Father abovePage Scan
30Linger not on the plain, let us seek him in prayerPage Scan
31Ask for the old path, for the better wayPage Scan
32Hail, all hail this hour of gladnessPage Scan
33There's a home in the land of the blestPage Scan
34Oh, welcome, blessed Sabbath dayPage Scan
35All nature wrapped in sweet reposePage Scan
36Open the door for the childrenPage Scan
37List to the Savior: oh, hear him sayPage Scan
38O'er the hill the sun is settingPage Scan
39Help us, mid life's wild waves, to shinePage Scan
40Lift me higher, higherPage Scan
41Before the throne of God abovePage Scan
42Singing in the old songPage Scan
43Inviting now he standsPage Scan
44In the Sunday-school army our names are enrolledPage Scan
45Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
46We're drawing near to JesusPage Scan
47Oh, when shall I dwell in a mansion all brightPage Scan
48Scatter the seed The children needPage Scan
49Are we seeds of virtue sowing?Page Scan
50Hark! I hear my Savior calling Page Scan
51Close to thee, O Lamb of GodPage Scan
52Pass me not, O gentle SaviorPage Scan
53In the quiet hour of slumberPage Scan
54Beyond the ills and caresPage Scan
55Oh, 'tis sweet to bring to JesusPage Scan
56Press on, press on, ye sons of lightPage Scan
57When present with doubts and anxious fearPage Scan
58Light at evening! blessed promisePage Scan
59In the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
60There are mansions of love in the glorified climePage Scan
61In that lonely islePage Scan
62Oh, entreat me not to leave theePage Scan
63Tho' tossed with winds, and faint with fearsPage Scan
64All the air is hushed and holyPage Scan
65A pilgrim and a stranger, I journey on my wayPage Scan
66If you have a pleasant thought, Sing it, sing itPage Scan
67I will sing of Jesus' lovePage Scan
68We are searching the ScripturesPage Scan
69My soul be on thy guardPage Scan
70The prize is just before usPage Scan
71Hear the gentle Shepherd Calling lambs like mePage Scan
72Lift our standard true and brightPage Scan
73Haste, trav'ler, haste! Page Scan
74O city of the Jasper wallPage Scan
75How gentle God's commandsPage Scan
76There stands a Rock on shores of timePage Scan
77Fade, fade, each earthly joyPage Scan
78While our hearts are light, and our homes are brightPage Scan
79My God, I am thine, What a comfort divinePage Scan
80Bring in the children, oh, bring them inPage Scan
81Nearer, loving SaviorPage Scan
82One drop of the bloodPage Scan
83The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of GodPage Scan
84Many seek for earthly treasurePage Scan
85Jesus stands by my side, Jesus so dearPage Scan
86When the week of toil is overPage Scan
87From the cross uplifted highPage Scan
88We may not climb the heavenly steepsPage Scan
89Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
90Whiter than snowPage Scan
91O wond'rous story of the Lord!Page Scan
92Now the Spirit beareth witnessPage Scan
93Lift thine eyes unto the hillsPage Scan
94There's a blessed land of promisePage Scan
95Who is this in silence bendingPage Scan
96On thee do I wait all the dayPage Scan
97O cross of Christ, my stay and shieldPage Scan
98Behold, what manner of lovePage Scan
99I'm not ashamed to own my LordPage Scan
100I am thine, my blessed LordPage Scan
101Approach, my soul, the mercy-seatPage Scan
102We gather, we gather, dear Jesus, to bringPage Scan

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