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The Gospel Hymn Book: a collection of new and standard hymns for Sunday Schools, Young People's Societies, Gospel and Social Meetings

Editor: D. B. Towner
Publisher: Lorenz Publishing Compnay, Dayton, Oh., New York, 1903
Language: English
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1Beneath the cross of Jesus I fain would take my standPage Scan
2Give me the Bible, God's message divinePage Scan
3A worthy soldier I would beTextPage Scan
4Sow flowers and flowers will blossomPage Scan
5Though oft I stray from my Lord awayPage Scan
6Nor silver nor gold hath abtained [obtained] my redemptionPage Scan
7Softly now the light of dayPage Scan
8Just lean upon the arms of JesusPage Scan
9I am traveling toward life's sunsetPage Scan
10Like a river glorious is God's perfect peacePage Scan
11Repeat the sweet story of Jesus to mePage Scan
12When love is in the heartPage Scan
13Speak as thy Savior would have theePage Scan
14Face to face with Christ my SaviorPage Scan
15The heavy clouds obscure the skyPage Scan
16In his steps O wordsPage Scan
17His grace was sufficient for mePage Scan
18I heard of great salvationPage Scan
19I saw one hanging on a treePage Scan
20How could my heavenly FatherPage Scan
21Speak just a word for Jesus, Tell how he diedPage Scan
22Has your heart ever been touchedPage Scan
23The cross, the cross, the Christian's only gloryPage Scan
24Forward, men and brothersPage Scan
25One life reclaimed from death and sinPage Scan
26Who is there ablePage Scan
27Hope for the wearyPage Scan
28With trusting heart I followPage Scan
29Out in the world where so manyPage Scan
30Live for others day by dayPage Scan
31O, aching heart, with sorrow tornPage Scan
32When the door is shutPage Scan
33Love's redeeming work is donePage Scan
34Golden light is streamingPage Scan
35Under the standard of Christ, the KingTextPage Scan
36Jesus calls me, where, I know notPage Scan
37Savior 'tis a full surrender, all I leave to follow TheePage Scan
38Where are the sins that once burdened my soulPage Scan
39There'll be no dark valley when Jesus comesPage Scan
40Hear ye the promise from God's Holy wordPage Scan
41Wait on the LordPage Scan
42In my soul oft risesPage Scan
43We must wait in this shadowyPage Scan
44To daily die to self and sinPage Scan
45Carry the message of Jesus our KingPage Scan
46Low in the grave he lay, Jesus, my SaviorPage Scan
47On my willing lips is a hymnPage Scan
48Tell the sweet old story, shout the glad old songPage Scan
49When weary with my burdensPage Scan
50O spread the tidings roundPage Scan
51Go forward, falter notPage Scan
52I've a Savior kind and tenderPage Scan
53Savior, this mortal lifePage Scan
54Are you looking to Jesus for pardonPage Scan
55Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayerPage Scan
56Morning dawns for triumphPage Scan
57Somebody near you is struggling alonePage Scan
58In the land of fadeless dayPage Scan
59The name of Jesus is so sweetPage Scan
60Once I was weary with strugglingPage Scan
61Break thou the bread of lifePage Scan
62Suppose your way with clouds were overcastPage Scan
63Now I know what makes me happyPage Scan
64O house of many mansionsPage Scan
65Along the rugged pathsPage Scan
66Behold the Man of SorrowsPage Scan
67I'm glad the Savior diedPage Scan
68Fully redeemed, my joyPage Scan
69Like a mighty army, Loyal, true, and bravePage Scan
70I believe in the story never oldTextPage Scan
71Blessed Savior, Lord divine, Touch this sinful heart of minePage Scan
72Holy Spirit, I implore theePage Scan
73All along life's dreary wayPage Scan
74Let us exalt the name of Christ togetherPage Scan
75The sands of time are sinkingPage Scan
76There's a book which the wisdom of agesPage Scan
77Many saved ones nowPage Scan
78Though the angry surges roll On my tempest driven soulPage Scan
79Unchangeable art thouPage Scan
80There's a haven of safetyPage Scan
81I come to thee, dear Savior, laden with sinPage Scan
82We're seeking for the better landPage Scan
83Lift up thy heartPage Scan
84On the shore of life's wide oceanPage Scan
85O blessed feet of JesusPage Scan
86O weary one, by night distressedPage Scan
87There's a promise I read in the BiblePage Scan
88Christ has need of soldiersPage Scan
89Lift up the gates of praisePage Scan
90It is just a step to JesusPage Scan
91Father, grant to us thy blessingPage Scan
92Praise to his name, the FatherPage Scan
93Rest me, O ChristPage Scan
94When I pass through the portalsPage Scan
95Only a step removedPage Scan
96When darkest night surrounds youPage Scan
97What shall give the spiritPage Scan
98No matter where the Savior leadsPage Scan
99The sky above was cloudlessPage Scan
100I am longing for the dayPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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