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Green Pastures for the Lambs

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d1All they who rely on Jesus
d2As I journey on toward heaven
d3As pants the hart for waters
d4Be thou, O God, exalted high And as thy glory fills the sky
d5Beautiful mansions, home of the blest
d6Blessed Bible, how I love it
d7Blessed Savior, thee I love
d8Blest were the Lord's disciples
d9By faith I look over the river
d10By faith I view my Savior dying
d11Call the little children
d12Cling to the Mighty One
d13Come join our happy band
d14Come, thou almighty King, Help us thy name to sing
d15Come ye ransomed, let us render
d16Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys
d17Finish thy work, the time is short
d18For such as I, the Savior died
d19From God's blessed book
d20Gather them in at the Master's call
d21Gently, Lord, O gently lead us
d22Glory be to God the Father
d23Green pastures for the lambs
d24Hark 'tis the Shepherd's voice I hear
d25Hark, 'tis the song of angels
d26Hear the crystal intonations
d27Hear the merry Christmas bells
d28Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d29How sweet the words of Jesus
d30I want to be a worker for [with] the Lord
d31I'm but a little child, And but little do I know
d32I'm glad that our Savior
d33I'm looking over Jordan's stream
d34In the morning very early
d35Is thy heart oppressed with pain
d36Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding
d37Joyful hearts and smiling faces
d38Lamb of God, so meek and lowly
d39Long have I sought the heavenly
d40Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing
d41Lord, I care not for riches, neither silver nor gold
d42Loving Savior, meek and mild
d43My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d44My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d45Nearer I press to thee
d46Nothing to say for Jesus, when he has done all for me
d47O for the peace which [that] floweth as [like] a river
d48O sing to the Lord a glad new song
d49O the golden sunset ferry
d50O the matchless love and mercy
d51O the sweet, the bright forever
d52Only at home with Jesus
d53Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross
d54Our Father, who in heaven art
d55Out of our wandering pathways
d56Precious words I love to hear
d57Quickly fades away the light
d58Rejoice, ye saints, the time draws near
d59Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d60Satan the tares is sowing
d61Savior, I follow on, guided by Thee
d62Savior, though I'm round and small
d63See the light, sailors, the port is not far
d64See the waving harvest whiten
d65Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surges
d66Soldiers of Jesus in battle
d67Suffer little children to come unto me, Let the little children come
d68Tarry with me, O my Savior
d69The gospel, the gospel
d70The Lord is merciful, merciful
d71The Master bids you work
d72The Master hath need of the reapers
d73The merry bells are ringing
d74The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears
d75The Savior says to all, Go work
d76There are little crowns in heaven
d77There is joy in heaven today
d78There's a cry from nations groping
d79There's a gentle voice that calls
d80There's work for the hand
d81They who early seek the Lord
d82Though but one talent small
d83'Tis sweet to know that Jesus came
d84To the tomb so chill and lonely
d85Upon the highway of our King
d86We, a band of faithful workers
d87We are little children
d88We are told that up in heaven in the birthplace of the soul
d89We haste to thy temple, O Father
d90We shall reach our home some day
d91We shall see the golden city
d92What can the children do
d93When I sit down to rest
d94When the Bridegroom cometh in the silent night
d95When the sun in the west is sinking
d96When the work of life is over
d97Where they never say farewell
d98Who at last will be rewarded
d99Why should I love the Savior
d100With longing eyes and weary feet

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