The Gospel Choir No. 2

Editor: I. D. Sankey, J. McGranahan, G. Stebbins
Publisher: Biglow & Main Co., New York, N.Y., 1895
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d1A better day is coming, A morning promised
d2Are you shining for Jesus, my brother
d3Around one common Savior
d4As pants the hart for cooling flood [springs] [streams]
d5As shadows cast by cloud and sun
d6As softly through the silent hours
d7At evening time may there be light
d8At the grave where Christ lay sleeping
d9Awake, awake, O heart of mine
d10Be still, my heart, thy Savior knows full well
d11Beautiful sea, O beautiful sea
d12Beloved, be steadfast in Jesus
d13Beyond our sight a city four square lieth
d14Christ, the Lord is risen again
d15Come close to the Savior, thy loving Redeemer
d16Come home, come home, my child, O where are thou
d17Come to the Savior, the moments fly fast
d18Draw near, ye weary, bowed, and broken hearted
d19Enthroned is Jesus now
d20Father, before thy throne my soul would bow
d21Father, hear the prayer we offer
d22God is love, his mercy brightens
d23Going forth at Christ's command
d24Hallelujah, Jesus saves me, O the sweet
d25Have you had a kindness shown
d26He is despised and rejected of men
d27He is seeking for the lost
d28He stands, the King of glory, He pleads
d29Hear the voice of the wonderful Savior
d30Help me, O Lord, the god of my salvation
d31Ho ye everyone that thirsteth
d32Holy Spirit from above, fill our hearts
d33Homeward bound, homeward bound by the blest narrow way
d34How solemn are the words of truth
d35I am redeemed, O praise the Lord
d36I go from grief and sighing
d37I have heard of a home far away
d38I, John, saw the holy city
d39I lived in condemnation
d40I sail in the light that shines from the crossText
d41I thirst, I thirst, the Savior said
d42I will sing the love of Jesus
d43I will tell the precious story
d44If a man die, shall he live again
d45If in the valley where the bright waters flow
d46If Jesus should call you today
d47In the crimson blush of morning
d48In the cross of Christ I [we] glory, towering
d49In the early morning, verdant fields adorning
d50I've heard of a region of beauty
d51Late, late, so late! and dark the night and chill
d52Let the message go forth
d53Let thy tender mercies come unto me
d54Let us sing of the wonderful mercy of God
d55Life once was a mystery awful to me
d56Lift up thine eyes O watchman
d57Lift up your hearts Ye pilgrims
d58Lord, bless and pity us, Shine on us with
d59Make a joyful noise unto the Lord
d60More and more the weight of glory
d61My soul, weigh not thy life Against thy heavenly
d62No shadows yonder, all light and song
d63O blessed Friend, abide with me
d64O blessed rest in Jesus
d65O church of Christ, behold at last
d66O, day of awful story, Jesus is dead
d67O joyful life, to live for God
d68O love that passeth knowledge
d69O precious heavenly knowledge
d70O serve the Lord with gldness
d71O shall I be among that throng
d72O souls, afar on the wilds of sin
d73O sweet and blessed secret
d74O the bitter shame [pain] and [of] sorrow
d75O what is whiter than the snow
d76O what my brother have you to gain
d77Oft in sad perplexity we wander
d78Oft within a little cottage
d79One [A] sweetly [sweet] solemn thought comes to me o'er and o'er
d80One as much as another
d81Onward, soldiers, onward today
d82Over the thorn and thistle
d83Praise our Creator and Savior eternal
d84Proclaim the glad tidings o'er mountain and plain
d85Say, watchman, what of the night
d86Some day the silver cord will break, and I
d87Songs of rejoicing now fall on our ears
d88Speak kindly, for our days are all too few
d89Spread abroad the name of Jesus
d90Stealing from the world away
d91Sweetly sound the words of Jesus
d92Swell the anthem, raise the song
d93Take courage, temperance workers
d94The Bridegroom comes, O bride of the Lamb, awake
d95The fruit of the Spirit is love and joy
d96The homeland, O the homeland, the land of souls free born
d97The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want, He maketh me down to lie
d98The Master stood in his garden
d99The Savior stands at thy door tonight
d100The tide is flowing out

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