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Diadems: a collection of religious songs, new and old, for the church and Sunday school

Editor: W. C. Everett, E. O. Excell
Publisher: Smith & Lamar, Agts., Pub. House M.E. Church, South, Dallas, Tex., 1913
Language: English
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1All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name!Page Scan
2Just when I need Him, Jesus is nearPage Scan
3His gifts are greater than my dreamsPage Scan
4Sweet is the promise "I will not forget thee"Page Scan
5I am thinking today of that beautiful landPage Scan
6What is making life so sweet and bright to me?Page Scan
7My path may be lonely and dark be the nightPage Scan
8Teach me, O, Thou Holy SpiritPage Scan
9Be not dismayed whate'er betidePage Scan
10When all my labors and trials are o’erPage Scan
11Fading away like the stars of the morningPage Scan
12I must needs go home by the way of the crossPage Scan
13Tidings, happy tidingsPage Scan
14Lamp of our feet, whereby we tracePage Scan
15Life wears a different phase to mePage Scan
16Free from the law, O happy condition!Page Scan
17I am a stranger here, within a foreign landPage Scan
18If Christ the Redeemer has pardoned your sinPage Scan
19Look all around you, find some one in needPage Scan
20So precious is Jesus, my Savior, my KingPage Scan
21Lay hold on the hope set before youPage Scan
22How sweet is the love of my Savior!Page Scan
23Behold, a Stranger at the door!Page Scan
24Christ will me His aid affordPage Scan
25I'm pressing on the upward wayPage Scan
26O sweet is the story of JesusPage Scan
27If you need uplifting, if you need a songPage Scan
28In looking thro' my tears one dayPage Scan
29It was His love that reached my soulPage Scan
30I've reached the land of corn and winePage Scan
31Someone is bearing a burden of griefPage Scan
32Have thy affections been nail'd to the cross?Page Scan
33Child of the Master, wherever you arePage Scan
34The love of Jesus, oh, how sweetPage Scan
35He is mine, O sweet the word!Page Scan
36Sweet are the promises, Kind is the wordPage Scan
37Up to the bountiful Giver of lifePage Scan
38When conflicts are raging and dangers are nearPage Scan
39When I have finished my pilgrimage herePage Scan
40Some sweet day I shall enter a placePage Scan
41Tho' the way we journey may be often drearPage Scan
42We thank Thee, Lord, that pow'r is flowingPage Scan
43Glory to God for the joy to meetPage Scan
44Jesus is all the world to mePage Scan
45Weary soul by sin oppressedPage Scan
46Let your light shine wheresoe'er you goPage Scan
47If you are tired of the load of your sinPage Scan
48I have such a wonderful SaviorPage Scan
49Draw near, O ComforterPage Scan
50We may lighten toil and carePage Scan
51The prize is just before usPage Scan
52There are sorrowful hearts that are going your wayPage Scan
53Steady, brother, steady, tho' the storm-winds risePage Scan
54Soldiers for Jesus, be ye strong in the LordPage Scan
55Do you fear the foe will in the conflict win?Page Scan
56Jesus is a Friend so kindPage Scan
57Jesus is willing to save and to bless youPage Scan
58Sing of Jesus, troubled heartPage Scan
59There are pathways dark and lonelyPage Scan
60Down in the valley with my Savior I would goPage Scan
61Dark the way and drearyPage Scan
62O what a change! From the darkness of nightPage Scan
63Nothing satisfies but JesusPage Scan
64I want to live closer to JesusPage Scan
65If it were not so, my Master would have told mePage Scan
66From over hill and plainPage Scan
67The sweetest story told on earthPage Scan
68O have you not heard of that country abovePage Scan
69I must tell Jesus all of my trialsPage Scan
70The Savior is calling you, sinnerPage Scan
71A ruler once came to Jesus by night Page Scan
72Soldiers of King Jesus, raise the shout againPage Scan
73Would you care if some friend you have met day by dayPage Scan
74Into a tent where a gipsy boy layPage Scan
75It pays to serve Jesus,--I speak from my heartPage Scan
76In doubt and darkness long I wanderedPage Scan
77I love to be alone with GodPage Scan
78When peace, like a river, attendeth my wayPage Scan
79One more day's work for JesusPage Scan
80In a world where sorrowPage Scan
81Onward will I journey, thro life's rain or shinePage Scan
82"We shall be like Him," the Son of God most holyPage Scan
83Each cooing dove and sighing boughPage Scan
84Only one thing my soul desiresPage Scan
85Do you hear the Savior callingPage Scan
86O they tell me of a home far beyond the skiesPage Scan
87There's a church in the valley by the wildwoodPage Scan
88Homeless and friendless he wanders todayPage Scan
89A call for loyal soldiers Page Scan
90I’ve found a Friend, oh, such a Friend!Page Scan
91Anywhere with Jesus, says the Christian heartPage Scan
92Sing them over again to mePage Scan
93What a fellowship, what a joy divinePage Scan
94Ring the bells of heaven! there is joy to-dayPage Scan
95Give of your best to the MasterPage Scan
96The trumpet of battle is sounding!Page Scan
97Would you be free from the burden of sin?Page Scan
98Glory to God, for His sunshine is freePage Scan
99"Whosoever heareth," shout, shout the sound!Page Scan
100Service is our watchwordPage Scan

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