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Gems for the Sunday Schools

Editor: B. B. Beall
Publisher: B. B. Beal & Co., Douglasville, Ga., 1902
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d1A little lamb, one afternoon
d2Art thou burdened with thy sin
d3Awake, thou that sleepest, the harvest
d4Be a reaper for the Master
d5Behold the open door
d6Come and join us in the service
d7Faithful to Jesus, O may I be found
d8Gathering golden sheaves
d9Happy in Jesus the whole day through
d10I am trusting thee, dear Savior
d11I have been with Jesus, blessed be his name
d12I will praise thee, blessed Jesus
d13I'm glad that Jesus was my friend
d14Make brighter the lives that lie near
d15Messages from home, sweet home
d16My Father is rich in houses and lands
d17O how sweet to live in a Savior's love
d18O my heart is thrilled with wondrous joy today, I am resting in the Savior's love
d19Often in our hearts there's kindled flames of anger
d20Only one story which never grows old
d21Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling
d22Someone will knock at the saints bright home
d23Take my life, and let it be, consecrated
d24Tell me again of that beautiful home
d25The prize is set [just] before us
d26The silver trumpets call the gladsome jubilee
d27The Sunday school army has gathered once more
d28There's a beautiful home far beyond
d29There's a city that looks o'er [on] the valley
d30There's a fountain free flowing 'neath life's tree
d31There's a great day coming, a great day coming
d32Treading in the paths of folly
d33We are youthful students
d34We come, we come, with singing
d35We will bear each other's burdens
d36What if our bark, o'er life's rough wave
d37What we need in this world is Jesus
d38When I think of the love of my Savior
d39Would you always cheerful be
d40Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sin
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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