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Good News : or songs and tunes for Sunday schools, Christian associations, and special meetings

Editor: R. M. McIntosh
Publisher: Oliver Ditson & Company, Boston, 1876
Language: English
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3There’s a song in the air! There’s a star in the sky!Page Scan
4Beautiful, beautiful mansions of lightPage Scan
5When our hearts are sad, the Saviour will extendPage Scan
6It may be far, it may be nearPage Scan
7Laden with a heavy burdenPage Scan
8Oh, the Saviour's at the doorPage Scan
9I cannot foresee, I know not the dayPage Scan
10One sweetly solemn tho't Page Scan
11Up to the Bountiful Giver of LifePage Scan
12Hark! hark! my soulPage Scan
13Ere you left your room this morningPage Scan
14Ninety-nine in the safe fold abidingPage Scan
16There is a mansion fair and brightPage Scan
17I think I should mourn o'er my sorrowful fatePage Scan
18When we get home to that beautiful landPage Scan
19I will arise and go to JesusPage Scan
20When the young in their bloom and their beauty are seenPage Scan
21Glory to God on high!Page Scan
22Where the faded flow'rs shall freshenPage Scan
23Only a season briefPage Scan
24Into the tent where a gipsy boy layPage Scan
25When musing sorrow weeps the pastPage Scan
26"I am sweeping thro' the gates"Page Scan
27Liken the kingdom to be the springingPage Scan
28There's a mansion of rest In the land of the blestPage Scan
29Hear the voice of Jesus say, Loudly crying unto allPage Scan
30Praise the Lord! praise the Lord!Page Scan
31Jesus is calling you, childrenPage Scan
32To Jesus, to Jesus, How precious and dearPage Scan
33Nearer, my God, to theePage Scan
34All hail to the warrior with victory crownedPage Scan
35Silently the shades of eveningPage Scan
36O'er the hills and adown the snowy dellsPage Scan
37There is rest beyond the riverPage Scan
38How happy were theyPage Scan
39From every stormy wind that blowsPage Scan
40We are marching to CanaanPage Scan
41Assailed by temptationPage Scan
42My Saviour stands waiting, and knocks at the doorPage Scan
43The morning bright, with rosy lightPage Scan
44They have reach'd the sunny shorePage Scan
45The daylight fades; the evening shadesPage Scan
46Come with faith, earnest faith, as we offer our pray'rPage Scan
47Ye who sow with anxious yearningPage Scan
48"The Master has come over Jordan"Page Scan
49O land of rest! for thee I sighPage Scan
50Ten thousand golden harps abovePage Scan
51Oh, I love to think how JesusPage Scan
52Onward, Christian soldiersPage Scan
53Fade, fade, each earthly joyPage Scan
54He died, He died on the treePage Scan
55On the holy mount of ZionPage Scan
56Say, have you read in the story oldenPage Scan
57Tossing on the billow, Rocking in the blastPage Scan
58Once o'er Judea's hills by nightPage Scan
59More love, O God, to theePage Scan
60I have a Saviour, He's pleading in gloryPage Scan
61Brightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
62Hear, now, the blessed Jesus tenderly sayPage Scan
63Just as I am,-- without one pleaPage Scan
64Her sad vigil keeping, Mary sat weepingPage Scan
65Our heavenly Father! as we bow before theePage Scan
66There are lonely hearts to cherishPage Scan
67We, a little infant bandPage Scan
68The skies are fair, and the sun shines brightPage Scan
69O when shall I dwell in a mansionPage Scan
70Thy Saviour is tenderly calling thee nowPage Scan
71When the flow'rs are springingPage Scan
72To the heavenly JerusalemPage Scan
73Jesus, I my cross have takenPage Scan
74As down in the sunless retreats of the oceanPage Scan
75O All ye works of the LordPage Scan
76Happy here again we meetPage Scan
77Oh do not let the word departPage Scan
78Heavenly home! heavenly home! precious name to mePage Scan
79To Jesus our King, Who sits on the thronePage Scan
80Awake, arise and arm you for the fightPage Scan
81How calm and beautiful the mornPage Scan
82Our ship is on the open seaPage Scan
83Plead, oh, plead thou my cause, precious Saviour divinePage Scan
84As forth from the city, went Jesus one dayPage Scan
85Jesus, my all, to heaven is gonePage Scan
86Hark, the gentle voice of Jesus fallethPage Scan
87In the happy EdenPage Scan
88Seek the bright and shining shorePage Scan
89Father divine, we cry to Thee!Page Scan
90There is a fountain fill'd with bloodPage Scan
91The Sabbath morn is beamingPage Scan
92Lo! the haethen at your doorsPage Scan
93When the twilight softly closesPage Scan
94Seven fishers went out by night at seaPage Scan
95Oh, the bright sunny land, 'tis the city of GodPage Scan
96There's a land that is fairer than dayPage Scan
98With joyful hearts we look to theePage Scan
99Saviour, Thou hast bid me comePage Scan
100List! the merry chiming of the Sabbath bellsPage Scan
101Come to Jesus, Come to JesusPage Scan
102Let us raise a song for the pathway longPage Scan
103Calm on the bosom of thy GodPage Scan
104Once, forth to meet the bridegroomPage Scan

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