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Golden Gates for Singing Schools and Conventions

Editor: Gaines, Branscum & Cooper
Publisher: Hartford Music & Printing Co., Inc., Hartford, Ark., 1948
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d1A sunset of splendor I see in the sky
d2After the night of sorrow
d3Almost persuaded now to believe, Almost
d4Alone I stood without a hope
d5Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d6As I journey down life's pathway
d7As life's broad road I tread
d8As we travel in this world of sin
d9At first the world was clothed in darkness
d10Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d11Bow down thine ear and hear my heart's deep
d12Burdens had heavy grown
d13Camp meeting in the wilderness
d14Chide mildly the erring
d15Christ is surely coming, He's coming
d16Christ prepared for me a mansion
d17Clouds will often gather round us
d18Curtains of darkness are falling
d19Dear Christian friends, look up and pray
d20Dear sinner friend, just read God's word
d21Don't forget your dear old mother
d22Every day, on the way, there are souls made glad
d23Far beyond the clouds a home is waiting
d24Going up the glory road
d25Heart and life to the Lord I have given
d26Here I am burdened down with care
d27Here on earth we have temptations
d28Here we have our disappointments
d29Hide me in the Rock of ages
d30I am bound for glory land
d31I am going toward the setting of life's sun
d32I am marching toward heaven
d33I am now a soldier in the army of my Lord
d34I am on my way to the land of day
d35I am praising Jesus Christ my Savior
d36I am told of a city where cometh no sadness
d37I am trusting in my Savior day by day
d38I can sing of Jesus as I journey here below
d39I have a friend I trust each day
d40I have a friend whose love for me
d41I know that on some morning
d42I love to sing the sweet old story
d43I now have volunteered for Jesus
d44I tried to be but couldn't be a Christian
d45I used to be a sinner, an erring child
d46I want to tell you of a Savior
d47I was alone and idle
d48I was living in despair
d49If Jesus could die on Calvary
d50If you have burdens today
d51If you want to please the Lord
d52If your loving Lord and Master should direct
d53I'm headed up the glory line
d54I'm on my way to Canaan land
d55I'm on the right pathway that leads to glory land
d56I'm seeking the open door
d57In a cold world of conflict
d58In a land of glory I will sing the story
d59In all this wide, wide world around
d60In the hour of greatest trial
d61In the place of sadness Jesus ever gives
d62In the sweet by and by We shall meet to sing
d63In these dark days of trouble
d64Into the shadows and into the night
d65Jesus, dear Jesus, how we love thy name
d66Jesus gave his life for me On the cruel cross
d67Jesus is coming, it won't be long, my brother
d68Jesus is with me as I walk through this life
d69Joyful every day in the straight and narrow way
d70Life is as transient as a dream
d71Like a ship with torn and tattered sails
d72Living below in this old sinful world
d73Lord, I want my lamp to shine
d74Many have been the times Christ had work
d75Many things may seem obscure
d76Mother's gone to meet her Savior
d77My Bible tells me there is a God
d78My body has grown weary with distress and pain
d79My heavenly home is bright and fair nor pain nor death
d80My Savior said while in this sinful world
d81My soul was lost in sin, no peace had I within
d82Now the war is all o'er and the boys have come
d83O I had a little talk with my dear Jesus
d84O Jesus is my dearest friend
d85O Jesus, our Savior, once did us a favor
d86Often the burdens of life seem hard
d87On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d88Once I roamed on Satan's highway
d89Once I was lost but now I am found
d90Once like a bird in prison I dwelt
d91Pass me not, O gentle Savior
d92Roses are sweet just when they are new
d93Since in the days of Adam and Eve
d94Since the Savior pardoned me
d95Sing and be happy on the homeward journey
d96Some day our last goodbyes on earth
d97Some days are all golden with sunshine
d98Somebody ought to go and work
d99Someone has gone astray
d100Sometimes I get so lonely and blue

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