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Guiding Hand

Editor: R. E. Arnold
Publisher: Stamps Quartet Music Co., Dallas, Tex., 1948
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d1Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d2Amazing grace, how sweet the sound to me
d3Angels have my mansion ready
d4As you travel down life's rough uneven
d5At the end of life's long, weary journey
d6At the feet of Jesus bowing
d7Beyond the clouds the sun is shining
d8Blessed Lord, I want to live and work
d9Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d10Brightly beams our Father's mercy
d11Christ the Lord who walked
d12Christ the Savior is my leader
d13Christians, come and let us worship
d14Come unto me, said the Lord of Hosts
d15Dear friend are you burdened
d16Down in the deep of my soul
d17Drifting along in the shadows of night
d18Drifting along o'er the restless sea
d19Each day we see some wayworn travelers
d20Ever since Jesus pardoned me
d21Every day, each day, all the way
d22Every one dreams a dream sometimes
d23Far beyond the starry sky
d24Friend, there must be no despairing
d25God so loved this old world
d26God's own chariot's coming in the morning
d27Hear thy people, O Lord
d28I am bound for heaven
d29I am going to a city
d30I am just a pilgrim stranger
d31I am working for my Savior
d32I dreamed I went to old Satan's land
d33I have broken bonds of sin
d34I was once so weak and weary
d35I'd like to be a little boy
d36I'm finding perfect joy along the way
d37I'm going through
d38I'm sweetly saved by the blood of the Lamb
d39I'm walking with Jesus
d40In a land of joy and gladness
d41In the resurrection morn
d42In thy love, dear Lord, dismiss us and thy wings
d43Is your heart in tune with Jesus
d44I've been wadin' through the deep
d45Jesus came down from heavenly glory
d46Jesus has pardoned me, now I am glad
d47Jesus, my Savior, blessed Redeemer, Keep on walking
d48Jesus paid the price of sin upon the tree
d49Jesus, the Savior, is calling
d50Judas sold Jesus Christ for silver and gold
d51Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d52Just beyond the mystic river
d53Little headaches, little heartaches
d54Living in the sunlight
d55Lord, give me wisdom, That I may know
d56Lost in sin, no hope within
d57Many years I had wandered
d58Mid the strife and woe of this life
d59Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d60My blessed Lord was crucified between
d61My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d62My life was once a load of sadness
d63My Lord [he] calls me, [he] calls me in [by] the thunder
d64My mind goes back to the time
d65My stay down here will not be long
d66Now the time has come and we're parting
d67O I love my blessed Savior
d68O sinner friend, who do you not
d69O there's a hill on every road
d70Often in the world I grow
d71On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d72On life's stormy road, hand in hand
d73Once from my poor sin sick soul Christ did
d74Once I was burdened down with shame
d75Once I was lost in sin
d76Once I was straying in sin's dark valley
d77Onward, upward, comrades
d78Our God so loved the world, so loved
d79Press along ye wayworn pilgrim
d80Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d81Roll onward, Jordan
d82Since from sin I am set free
d83Since Jesus came and found me
d84Since Jesus found me, put his arms
d85Since my sins have been forgiven, and I'm in the
d86Some of these days
d87Some people read the fiction books
d88Somewhere a-down life's valley
d89Sorrows bend me low
d90Standing at the Jordan, deep and wide
d91Storm winds are blowing
d92The Lord is walking closely by
d93The well need no physician
d94There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d95There is a home beside the sea
d96There is a light, blest light
d97There is a love that takes
d98There is a river not far away
d99There is a story that I must tell to you
d100There is work that you can do

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