Glory Bells: a collection of new hymns and new music for Sunday-schools, gospel meetings, revivals, Christian Endeavor societies, Epworth Leagues, etc.

Editor: W. T. Giffe
Publisher: The Home Music Co., Logansport, Ind., 1896
Language: English
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101God is love; His mercy brightensPage Scan
102Jesus is lovingly calling to theePage Scan
103Now unto the Saviour our voices we raisePage Scan
104See the mighty army now advancingPage Scan
105Come, the Saviour callethPage Scan
106We are children of a King, a heav'nly KingPage Scan
107The door of the kingdom is openPage Scan
108We'll gather the blossoms wherever we strayPage Scan
109All hail the power of Jesus' namePage Scan
110Oh, the bells of time are chiming softlyPage Scan
111By and by the mists shall all be clearedPage Scan
112Oh, the coming of the King, the coming of the KingPage Scan
113Today the dear Saviour is callingPage Scan
114He is calling thee, He is calling theePage Scan
115We can scatter as we goPage Scan
116Our Heav'nly Father, loving GuidePage Scan
117Forward! be our watch-wordPage Scan
118Saviour, blessed Saviour, Listen while we singPage Scan
119Onward forever, This be our watchwordPage Scan
120Oh, what can little hands doPage Scan
121Out upon the heaving watersPage Scan
122Lord, a little band, and lowlyPage Scan
123We are marching on to CanaanPage Scan
124Lo! an army, grand, is marchingPage Scan
125We're a happy, happy bandPage Scan
126Oh, pure and holy peace!Page Scan
127Working for the MasterPage Scan
128We're the lambs of the flockPage Scan
129One by one the loving MasterPage Scan
130God bless the little ones, tenderly blessPage Scan
131On to the front with our banner wavingPage Scan
132Quit the paths of sin and follyPage Scan
133Ripe is the grain for the reapersPage Scan
134I am coming to thee, dear RedeemerPage Scan
135In that beautiful home over therePage Scan
136God of my life, my morning songPage Scan
137Unto Thee, O my strength will I singPage Scan
138Doubt not God's good purposePage Scan
139Jesus is tenderly callingPage Scan
140Serene I laid me downPage Scan
141Beautiful lights of homePage Scan
142The Lord is my Shepherd; His promise is surePage Scan
143We are soldiers of a mighty armyPage Scan
144I have heard the Master callPage Scan
145I will sing the praise of JesusPage Scan
146I am bound for the land of corn and winePage Scan
147When dangers assail me and hedge me aboutPage Scan
148In our beds we lie a sleeping[In our beds we lie a sleeping]Page Scan
149We are little toilersPage Scan
150The Lord is my Shepherd Supplying my needPage Scan
151Go forth, ye brave EndeavorersPage Scan
152The Saviour is calling theePage Scan
153I hear the sound of marching feetPage Scan
154Christian, thy night may be long and drearyPage Scan
155Oft with broken spiritPage Scan
156There is a land, a sunny landPage Scan
157There is a Reaper whose name is DeathPage Scan
158It snawed on the mountainPage Scan
159Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!Page Scan
160Lo! a gleam from yonder heavenPage Scan
161Lift the cross of JesusPage Scan
162Why stand ye here idle?Page Scan
163There is a place I love to goPage Scan
164The world is full of sin and woePage Scan
165RThe grass withereth, the flower fadethPage Scan
166In the golden by and by we shall meet againPage Scan
167Lead me in the way, FatherPage Scan
168Oh, hear what the Master is saying to youPage Scan
169I am thirsting so intenselyPage Scan
170Be valiant soldiers of the LordPage Scan
171Have you ever heard the storyPage Scan
172Nearer, my God, to TheePage Scan
173All people that dwell on the earthPage Scan
174RFor God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten SonPage Scan
175In the day of all days, when the world shall be judgedPage Scan
176Oh, for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
177My song shall be of JesusPage Scan
178I'm waiting now, at mercy's doorPage Scan
179When Jesus gathers His childrenPage Scan
180Come, O my soul! in sacred laysPage Scan
181Under his banner we march todayPage Scan
182Like a dream our life is passingPage Scan
183Bring in the little childrenPage Scan
184O wand'rer from the Father's foldPage Scan
185How many sheep are strayingPage Scan
186RAnd seeing the multitude, He went up into a mountainPage Scan
187We read in sacred storyPage Scan
188RO sing unto the Lord a new songPage Scan

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