Gospel Praises for Use in Meetings of Christian Worship

Editor: W. J. Kirkpatrick, J. L. Hall, H. L. Gilmour
Publisher: Hall Mack Co., Philadelphia, 1899
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3Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
4Glory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
5Promises of Jesus how they cheer the heartPage Scan
6Beyond the winter's storm [storms] and blightPage Scan
7I must tell Jesus all of my trialsPage Scan
8Nothing earthly meets the longingPage Scan
9I was a slave in the bondage of sinPage Scan
10All the day long I have stretched for my handPage Scan
11Jesus Christ my pardon purchasedPage Scan
12There's strength for my dayPage Scan
13O the joyous greetings we shall seePage Scan
14When the shadows of the eveningPage Scan
15Speak to my soul, dear JesusPage Scan
16Sometime we'll stand before the judgment barPage Scan
17Would you live for Jesus, and be always pure and goodPage Scan
18Open the windows, sunlight is streamingPage Scan
19Yes, hereafter, we shall knowPage Scan
20Come ye poor wanderersPage Scan
21Though in this world of sin and woePage Scan
22Living in the sunshine bright and happy dayPage Scan
23Grace divine, since thou didst find mePage Scan
24Contrite, I kneel to theePage Scan
25Whom shall I meet in the unseen countryPage Scan
26To redeem my life from bondagePage Scan
27Walk in the light the Lord hath [has] givenPage Scan
28O some day I'll sorrows leavePage Scan
29O Lord! show thy mercy, thy mercy, we prayPage Scan
30The seer came back from paradisePage Scan
31Once a troubled mother sought the Lord in needPage Scan
32Yes, the time is drawing nearerPage Scan
33Have you found the Savior preciousPage Scan
34Far away in the depths of my spirit tonightPage Scan
35He will mention them no more foreverPage Scan
36Wonderful love of Jesus, my SaviorPage Scan
37There's a happy home my soul shall dwell withinPage Scan
38All in they hands I leave, dear LordPage Scan
39We shall reach the river sidePage Scan
40Bring some one to Jesus todayPage Scan
41Along the way of life I findPage Scan
42How hopeless was the sinner's lotPage Scan
43In thy hands, O Jesus, all my life I placePage Scan
44The world was all I cared for in the pastPage Scan
45Soldier, is the battle longPage Scan
46He was not willing that any should perishPage Scan
47I was poor as the poorest outcastPage Scan
48Lord, carest thou not that we perishPage Scan
49Once far from my Jesus, and blinded by sinPage Scan
50On the good old road that our fathers trodPage Scan
51O blessed token of the Father's lovePage Scan
52Fear not, I am with thee, blessed golden rayPage Scan
53The trusting heart to Jesus clingsPage Scan
54Who is this that cometh from Edom, Crimson-redPage Scan
55On a lone, lone hill called CalvaryPage Scan
56Have we learned the secret of the Christian's powerPage Scan
57The judgment day is drawing nearPage Scan
58I have a friend, a precious friend, O howPage Scan
59Kind is the heart of the SaviorPage Scan
60Hark, the trump of God is pealingPage Scan
61In heaven the skies are always brightPage Scan
62Behold the Savior standing and knockingPage Scan
63Hold thou my hand, O SaviorPage Scan
64Near, near to my SaviorPage Scan
65My blessed Redeemer came seeking to savePage Scan
66No longer from Jesus, no longer I'll roamPage Scan
67Neath his banner bright we are marching todayPage Scan
68Is there anyone can help usPage Scan
69Would you be free from the [your] burden of sinPage Scan
70Blest promise of Jesus, so richly fulfilledPage Scan
71The Lord is my Light and my SalvationPage Scan
72My life is full of sunshine, my heart o'erflowsPage Scan
73Jesus is lovingly calling you, lost onePage Scan
74The palace of God's perfect peacePage Scan
75Over the river faces I seePage Scan
76We will journey home to GodPage Scan
77The Shepherd is crossing the mountains todayPage Scan
78Souls for Jesus, souls for JesusPage Scan
79We are willing workers, waiting Jesus' callPage Scan
80Do not chase away the sunbeamsPage Scan
81Walking in sunlight all of my journeyPage Scan
82Conquerors and overcomers now are wePage Scan
83The grandest songs, the sweetest strainsPage Scan
84Does your heart grow weary with its load of care?Page Scan
85For the people of God a rest doth remainPage Scan
86O'er the ocean of time is a beautiful landPage Scan
87Onward, like a mighty riverPage Scan
88In the riven rock there's a refugePage Scan
89O troubled heart, no longer sighPage Scan
90There's a light on the other sidePage Scan
91There is a sacred memoryPage Scan
92Every day my heart grows lighterPage Scan
93Are thy days full often drearPage Scan
94Since Christ hath redeemed me and given me peacePage Scan
95There's an hour which no man knowethPage Scan
96I entered once a home of carePage Scan
97Burdened with a load of sinPage Scan
98Not by my trying, nor yet by my tearsPage Scan
99I'm never alone in sunshine or showerPage Scan
100Dear to the heart of the Shepherd, Dear are the sheepPage Scan
101Whatever sorrows grieve theePage Scan
102I am saved by faith in JesusPage Scan

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