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Gospel Quartets

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Pub. Co., Dallas, Tex., 1938
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d1After all troubles and sorrows
d2After the hours of sorrow
d3Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d4All around me every moment
d5All days are thine, dear Lord
d6All things sing it
d7Amid the fierce storms that are sweeping
d8Are you burdened with a load of sin
d9Are you giving to the world a smile
d10As day by day I journey
d11As I journey on this pilgrim way
d12As I travel through life with its trouble and strife
d13As shadows cast by cloud and sun
d14As we journey on toward heaven's shining goal
d15As you travel along on the Jericho road
d16As you travel on the rugged road
d17Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d18At the ending of the journey, at the closing
d19Blessed be the name of Jesus
d20Bloom brightly, sweet roses
d21Brother, what of the seed you are sowing
d22Christ died for me, O precious thought
d23Christ placed my feet upon a rock
d24Crossing o'er the river with the setting sun
d25Crossing the river, bound for the heavenly shore
d26Dear comrade, you're facing the right and
d27Dear Savior, come and abide with me
d28Do sore tribulations perplex you
d29Don't waste another day
d30Earth holds no treasures but perish with using
d31Eternity is drawing nearer, brother
d32Face to face with Christ my Savior
d33Far, far away beyond these changing skies
d34For me the Lord prayed
d35For me the Prince of heaven came
d36God's love has followed me always
d37Great is Jehovah whose Son to redeem us
d38He always wins who sides with God
d39He knows the bitter, weary way
d40Hear us, heavenly Father, thou whose gentle care
d41Here so many are breaking traditions That are sacred
d42Hold to my hand my blessed redeemer
d43How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d44How I love the great Redeemer
d45How often we sing of the joys over yonder
d46I am dreaming of my childhood
d47I am going home to glory
d48I am thinking tonight of my old cottage home
d49I have had a happy vision of a distant better land
d50I have heard of a land on a far away strand
d51I have joy within, there's no room for sin
d52I have sinned O Lord, forgive me
d53I hear the Savior say, thy strength indeed is small
d54I hold to the hand of my Savior and friend
d55I love the sacred hour of prayer
d56I once was lost in sin but Jesus took me in
d57I wandered again to my old cabin home
d58I was in blindness, away from the Lord
d59I would like to go back to my childhood home
d60If for the prize we have striven
d61If I could only wander back
d62If I should be living when Jesus comes
d63If the Lord has made you free
d64If you do your best each moment
d65If you'd keep away from worry
d66I'm a pilgrim and a stranger in this wilderness below
d67I'm but a stranger [traveler] here, heaven is my home
d68I'm in love with Jesus, the lover of my soul
d69I'm so glad my Jesus came
d70I'm walking in the gospel way
d71In my dreams again I see
d72In that beautiful land when life's
d73In the Bible we read of a beautiful prayer
d74In this world we have our troubles Sometimes lonesome, sometimes blue
d75In thy field I would wield
d76Is there heavy weight of care
d77Jesus is coming from heaven's throne
d78Jesus, Master, save me
d79Jesus, my Friend forever, sweet is thy love to me
d80Joys we meet along this way
d81Just a little while to tarry in this vale of grief and tears
d82Just beyond the silent river, over in that happy
d83Just think, some night the stars
d84Kneel at the cross, Christ will meet you there
d85Last night as darkness gathered
d86Let us be true to our eternal friend
d87Life is dreary, you are weary
d88Life is teeming with evil snares
d89Long years I squandered
d90Lord, I want to live for thee
d91Many souls are wandering from God away
d92Men strive for the wealth of this wide, wicked
d93Mid the toil and strife of this busy life
d94Mother, the silver is tinting your
d95Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d96My all I give to Christ, my Lord
d97My heavenly home is bright and fair, I long to be there
d98My load of sin is hard to bear
d99My precious Savior suffered pain and agony
d100My soul was drifting far from the road

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