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The Gospel Chorus

Editor: C. H. Gabriel
Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, Oh., 1907
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d1A mighty fortress is our God
d2A voice came to me out of silence
d3Abide with me Lord, in mercy
d4Ah no I'm not drifting but out on life's sea
d5All we, like sheep, had wandered
d6Am I a soldier of the cross
d7As our heavenly Father the sparrow's fall
d8Awake, awake, and sing the blessed story
d9Awake, awake and sing with joy and gladness
d10Beautiful flag of liberty
d11Behold, behold the fields already white
d12Bless the Lord, O my soul, let the earth rejoice
d13Blessed Lord, and only Savior
d14Calm on the listening ear of night
d15Christ shall be King over all the nations
d16Clear on earth's gloomy night
d17Dark is the night, and the waves run high
d18Far back in the ages past
d19Father in heaven, hear the prayer
d20Fling out the banner, let it float
d21For the Christ of Galilee
d22Forward, forward, we are marching in a service glorious
d23Go forth, thou church triumphant
d24God of all might, our fathers' God
d25Had you dwelt in Bethlehem city
d26Hark to the sound of voices, Hark to the tramping feet
d27Has mother's prayer been answered
d28He's my Shepherd, why should I worry
d29Holy Spirit, living water, O refresh
d30Hope, thou in God, my fainting soul
d31Hosanna sang the children in Zion
d32How long, O Lord our Savior
d33How sweet the old, old story of Jesus
d34How sweet the song the angels sang
d35Hurrah for the flag, Old Glory
d36I know three little sisters
d37I stood by the manger in Bethlehem's cave
d38I walk in the light of his love
d39I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
d40I will not fear, my God is true
d41If I should die tonight, can I be sure
d42I'm praying for you, my heart
d43Impatient heart, be still, O why wilt thou rebel
d44In fancy I stood by the shore
d45Jesus, author of salvation, into thy presence we come
d46Jesus, in thy gentle mercy
d47Lift up your heads, ye pearly gates
d48Like an army We are marching under a banner
d49March along, O soldier, brave and true
d50March boldly on
d51My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d52My hope is in thee Lord, help me to be
d53My spirit crieth out for Thee
d54Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh
d55O glorious Sun of Righteousness, arise with healing
d56O Paradise, O Paradise, who doth [does] [would] not win thy rest
d57O Sacred Head now [once] [sore] wounded [surrounded]
d58O sightless eyes and groping hands
d59O the wise men said, we have seen his star
d60Once I heard the sweet old story
d61One little hour for watching with the Master
d62Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross
d63Press the battle Christian soldier
d64Savior, I come to Thee, Thou, Lord my help must be
d65Savior, now the day is ending
d66Show me the way, dear Savior
d67Sing to the Lord, who in mercy hath brought
d68Softly the twilight is fading away
d69Somebody voted to ruin my boy
d70Spread the sail to heavenly breezes
d71Standard bearers in the temperance army
d72Thanks be to God, who giveth us the victory
d73The good Shepherd sought for one lost sheep
d74The Lord is King, His reign on earth shall never cease
d75The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know
d76The Master stood in his garden
d77The silver cord is loosened, and broken is the golden bowl
d78The sparrows sow and reap not
d79There is a safe retreat from every evil
d80There is for toil a recompense
d81There's a beautiful Eden of rest
d82There's a city that hath no need of light
d83They hear his voice, it is their Shepherd's
d84This day is mine, Tomorrow may not be
d85This thought gives sweetest comfort
d86Though now overburdened with sorrow
d87Thy way, O God [Lord] is best
d88Traveling homeward, nearer and nearer
d89Was it for me in silence
d90Wave the signal to the lands afar
d91We are marching to a land above
d92We come in the might of the Lord of light
d93We hail thee, O flag of our nation
d94We walk together, my Lord and I
d95Weary one afar from Jesus
d96We're encamped upon the battle field
d97We're going through with Jesus
d98When clouds of sorrow darkly overshadow me
d99When I think of Jesus and his love
d100When my earthly days are ended

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