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Golden Rainbow

Editor: R. S. Arnold
Publisher: National Music Co., Jefferson, Tex., 1957
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d1A happy time will surely come
d2All the world seemed dreary
d3Am I a soldier of the cross
d4Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d5As I journey through this vale of sorrow
d6As I [we] travel along [on] through this pilgrim land
d7As you travel here and there
d8Bells of heaven are ringing
d9Bells of heaven are ringing
d10Brethren, we have met to worship, and adore the Lord our God
d11Christ has something better
d12Christ is with us every passing moment
d13Christ the dear Lord
d14Dear Sinner alone and away from the light
d15Father, forgive us, for all past sin
d16Foes may be many
d17From the hill of calvary
d18Gentle hands of thine, O Father
d19Give me a life to live
d20God of our fathers, known of old
d21Gone from my heart the world and [with] all its charms
d22Guide me, Savior, day by day
d23Happy am I today
d24Have you heard the story of the blessed
d25Have you read, have you studied
d26He came as a Lamb to the slaughter
d27Heavenly choirs must be singing
d28Heaven's joy bells ring
d29Here we have so many trials
d30I am glad each fiery trial
d31I am holding my Savior's hand
d32I am thinking today of a land
d33I have a friend that you should meet
d34I need Jesus my dear Savior to guide me
d35I shall leave this world of sorrow
d36I shall soon be through with toil
d37I was a stranger, a perfect
d38I was sinking down in sin's shifting sand
d39I was traveling the dark
d40I will lift up mine eyes to the hills
d41If the light's gone out
d42If the Love of God has saved you
d43I'm a child of the King, who is mightier far
d44I'm a pilgrim on my journey homeward
d45I'm just a little old fashioned
d46I'm looking for my Savior
d47I'm on my way, I'm on my way
d48I'm riding on a glory bound train
d49I'm walking today the beautiful way
d50In my Father's house in glory
d51In the day of all days
d52In the harvest field
d53In the hour of greatest trial
d54In your troubles and distress
d55Into every land with the message
d56It's not the words you sing to me
d57I've heard the story how the Savior came
d58I've told about my Lord and King
d59Jesus, the Father's oblation
d60Let me live to help
d61Let us talk about our Savior
d62Lift your voice in singing
d63My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d64My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d65O listen to our wondrous story
d66O sinner, if you knew the time
d67O sinner, now is the time to start
d68O what love our savior showed
d69On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d70Once I bore a burden great
d71One day I'll fly away, leave this old world
d72One day so suddenly a life
d73Our days on earth will soon
d74Painting a picture that's open to view
d75Praise the name of Jesus ever
d76Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d77Rough is the road, and our burden
d78Running the race of life
d79Search me, O God [Lord], and know my heart today
d80Since the Savior found me, placed his arms
d81Somebody's frail barque was drifting away
d82Soon we shall leave this world
d83Swing out on the promises
d84Take heed, careless sinner
d85There are some who read the Bible
d86There is a home just o'er the way
d87There is a home prepared for us
d88There's a beautiful city
d89There's a straight and narrow path
d90There's a wonderful place we call home
d91They crucified my Lord and King
d92This old world is not my home
d93This world is filled with sorrow
d94Though dreary my way, and heavy
d95Though temptations and trials press
d96Though the waters of the Jordan
d97Time is drifting away
d98'Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow
d99To know that Jesus would not
d100To the promised home in glory

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