Golden Gates for Singing Schools and Conventions

Editor: Gaines, Branscum & Cooper
Publisher: Hartford Music & Printing Co., Inc., Hartford, Ark., 1948
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d101That home of other years
d102The Savior sailed upon the sea
d103The shepherds watch upon the hills
d104The storms of the world are betiding
d105There are days of gladness free
d106There are many dear friends
d107There are many disappointments
d108There is a city whose streets are gold
d109There is a land of pure delight
d110There was a man sent from above
d111There'll be many who will say
d112There'll be no wrecks on heaven's highway
d113There's a place down below where it's all grief
d114There's a royal banner given for display
d115There's a story told in the word of God
d116There's no guarantee that's given down here
d117This world is just a meeting place
d118Though the journey seems long
d119To the Savior's promise clinging
d120Trudging through this dreary world
d121Trust your blessed Savior
d122'Twas grace divine that reached
d123Twilight is falling [stealing] over the sea
d124We are soldiers bound for glory
d125We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d126We read of a place we shall reach
d127We're marching on to that city
d128What a privilege we have in meeting
d129When earthly friends forsake me
d130When Jesus comes to earth again
d131When Jesus saved me and made me whole
d132When Jesus shall come to earth some morning
d133When my life's sun is setting
d134When my toiling is over at setting of sun
d135When my way groweth drear, precious Lord
d136When time shall come for my leaving
d137When you are sore oppressed
d138While here we travel as a pilgrim
d139While walking down the lane of life
d140Why are you going, brother
d141With my small hand resting sweetly
d142With uplifted voice night and day I now rejoice
d143Wonderful things of folks are said
d144Won't it be a happy morning over the sea
d145Work on my friend, the time will come

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