Echoes of Calvary

Editor: Lonnie Burroughs
Publisher: Tennessee Music & Printing Co., Cleveland, Tenn., 1958
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d101Take your trials to Jesus
d102The Bible speaks to every person
d103The road to heaven by Christ was made
d104The Word of God is just the same
d105There is a city where we're going
d106There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d107There is a home of perfect rest
d108There is a peace that the world can not give
d109There was a time on earth, when in the book of heaven
d110There will be a singing in the sky
d111There will be no sadness, over in that land
d112There'll be no shadows in heaven
d113There's a happy land of promise
d114There's a happy song I sing
d115There's a lighthouse upon high
d116There's a mansion prepared for me on high
d117They tried my Lord and Master
d118They were [gathered] in an [the] upper chamber
d119Things that once I counted mine
d120This is not my [a] place of resting
d121Though the tempest round me gather
d122Thy will, dear Lord, be done
d123Time is filled with swift transition
d124We are looking for our Savior
d125We have heard a [the] joyful sound
d126We have no time to tarry here
d127We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d128What a friend we have in Jesus
d129What a glad morning with Jesus and angels sing
d130What a happy time some glad tomorrow
d131What a happy time we will have some day
d132When a sinner, the Savior saved me
d133When I'm tempted Lord to stray
d134When my heart was burdened down with care
d135When my load is hard to bear
d136When my soul is singing in the [that] promised land above
d137When pangs of death seized on my soul
d138When peace of mind is hard to find
d139When the burden of sorrow makes heavy
d140When time shall come for my leaving
d141When to judgment we shall go
d142Wonderful things of folks are said
d143Would you be free from the [your] burden of sin

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