Gospel Hosannas

Editor: J. D. Vaughan
Publisher: James D. Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn., 1913
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d1Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d2All glory to Jesus, my loving king
d3All praise to him who reigns above In majesty supreme
d4All the days are harvest days
d5All the time my heart keeps singing
d6Almost persuaded now to believe, Almost
d7Am I a soldier of the cross
d8Are you leading precious souls
d9As you journey on life's road
d10Beautiful thoughts of love divine
d11Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d12Bow down thine ear, O Lord, to me, my feeble
d13Brightly beams our Father's mercy
d14Brother, look upon the field
d15By the grace of him to whom
d16Carry a message for Jesus
d17Christ has paid all the cost
d18Come and join our band
d19Come children, let us learn today
d20Come, every soul by sin oppressed, There's mercy
d21Come, view the cross where Jesus died
d22Dear [Lord] [Well] Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole
d23Don't you want to go to that kingdom
d24Down at the cross where my [the] Savior died
d25Everywhere in every land
d26Everywhere the harvest waiteth
d27Far out on the sea, Far out on the sea
d28Farewell, sweet child, farewell
d29Follow, my comrades, the Leader eternal
d30Give me thy heart, says the Father above
d31Happy children of the King
d32Heard you not that railroad whistle
d33Heart and soul with joys are singing
d34Here we have a time of sorrow
d35How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d36How I love to sing the praise of the Friend
d37I am coming to the cross, I am poor
d38I am coming with the story
d39I am not ashamed to own him
d40I am on life's troubled sea
d41I can hear my [the] Savior calling
d42I can stand amid the tempest
d43I have been forgiven
d44I have turned away from sin, and a new
d45I love to read and think of Jesus
d46I love to sing of Jesus, for
d47I need the prayers of those I love, while traveling
d48I will trust the love of him
d49If before I've crossed death's river
d50If sin's darkening storm clouds gather
d51If we walk each day
d52I'm an heir to holy mansions
d53I'm on the right side now
d54In spirit I stand by the beautiful sea
d55In the Bible there's a story, I read it
d56In the lowlands dreary
d57In the service of the Lord, laboring
d58It was good for our fathers [mothers] [poor old Daniel] [the apostles]
d59I've a Father dear whom I long
d60I've left at last
d61Jesus is calling, O sinner
d62Jesus is standing in Pilate's hall, Friendless, forsaken
d63Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d64Jesus loves me, this I know, For the Bible
d65Just beyond the gates of gold
d66Leaves have their time to fall
d67Love light brightens all the way
d68My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d69My soul be on thy [your] guard
d70Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d71O could our thoughts and wishes fly
d72O I long to behold the splendor of the city
d73O I love to tell the story
d74O I'm going over yonder
d75O my brother, if your burdens
d76O now I see the crimson [cleansing] wave
d77O the gladness and the glory
d78O 'tis sweet to sing this story
d79O what rapture has been mine
d80Of Christ and his wonderful message
d81Oft in my dreamings of days
d82Our souls will know no sorrow
d83Out on the glad hills of God's glory
d84Over in that land celestial
d85Pass me not, O gentle Savior
d86Pilgrims, and we're marching home
d87Precious Jesus saves from sin
d88Press along with him though the way
d89Rescue the perishing, care for the dying
d90Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d91Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on his gentle breast
d92See, the day is lengthening
d93See the precious golden grain
d94Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surges
d95Shall we meet in realms of glory
d96Sin is growing weaker
d97Since Jesus did my sins forgive
d98Sing aloud an anthem of praise
d99Soldiers in the army of the King of kings
d100Some day I'll lay my burden down

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