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Glory Bound, Our First 1957 Book

Editor: John T. Cook
Publisher: Stamps Quartet Music Co., Dallas, Tex., 1957
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d1Although you have wandered away from the Savior
d2Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d3Are you fully trusting in the great Redeemer
d4As I journey through this land
d5As I travel through this land
d6As we work for Jesus in this weary land below
d7As you make the trip from earth to heaven
d8Bells of joy are ringing since the Savior
d9Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d10Blest Redeemer, I've worked in thy vineyard
d11Each day while you're treading
d12For many years I wandered through the dark
d13Glory to the Lamb of God who died on Calvary
d14Go, like the master and carry gladness
d15God be with you till we meet again
d16God gives to us salvation
d17God gives us life here below
d18God's promises divine are yours
d19Have you a burden that's heavy to bear
d20Have you been to him in prayer
d21He knows the bitter, weary way
d22Here below in this old world of sorrow
d23I am filled with gladness
d24I am going home some morning
d25I am happy since the Savior came into my soul
d26I am sailing on life's ocean
d27I am thinking of heaven and my many loved ones
d28I am thinking tonight of a city called heaven
d29I can hear my [the] Savior calling
d30I cannot see beyond the shadows
d31I have a friend more precious to me
d32I have found a Friend that I really adore
d33I heard today, the gospel story
d34I know there's one who walks beside me
d35I need the love of Jesus
d36I want to be a witness
d37I want to go to heaven and see my Lord
d38I want to help someone in their fight
d39I was a wayward child, was sinking in despair
d40If I had all my wishes this morning
d41If we work for Jesus daily
d42If you will read the holy Bible
d43If you're troubled and discouraged
d44I'm gonna see my Savior
d45I'm just a stranger in this lowland of sin
d46I'm walking in the narrow way
d47In a mansion yonder in heaven
d48I've been a long time traveling
d49I've heard of a land upon a strand
d50I've launched my boat out upon life's mighty
d51I've read of a wonderful country
d52Jesus is able to save you
d53Jesus, keep me near the cross
d54Jesus walks the way before me
d55Jesus, when the way seems long
d56Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d57Keep your mind on Jesus
d58Let us all rejoice and praise the Lord
d59Let your light so shine for Christ the King
d60Lord, I'm tired, weak and weary
d61Love looked on me, from Calvary
d62Many get discouraged, trying to be gay
d63Moses led the children of Isr'l
d64Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d65My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d66My heart is o'erflowing, I'm happy to tell
d67My Lord once suffered here in this lowland
d68My soul was once so sad and drear
d69My stay down here will not be long
d70Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d71O listen to our wondrous story
d72O what a morning when Gabriel's trump
d73Often I think of that sweet home
d74Often I've heard of heaven above
d75Old Ezekiel went down in the valley one day
d76On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d77On the resurrection morning
d78Once from my poor sin sick soul Christ did
d79Once I wandered all alone in sin and darkness
d80Once I was traveling alone
d81Once my life was sad and dreary
d82Once upon a road of sorrow
d83One time I was a sinner
d84Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d85Savior, lead me in the straight and narrow way
d86Since the Savior spoke sweet peace to me
d87Some day we'll meet again
d88Some glad morning over yonder
d89Somebody sought me when I was astray
d90Sometimes I get weary of life's speeding pace
d91Sometimes when things go wrong
d92Soon the Lord will come again
d93Stormy winds around may blow
d94The lofty mountain peaks I've seen
d95The mountains tall, they reach so high
d96The precious Savior paid our ransom
d97The Savior has promised to go and prepare
d98The Savior's calling today, why don't you listen
d99There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d100There is a home eternal on Canaan's shore

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