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The Golden Sheaf, No. 1: A collection of sacred songs and gospel hymns for sabbath schools, praise meetings, and the home circle

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1Oh, bring of Life's fair ripeningPage Scan
2Hark! thro' all the courts of heavenPage Scan
3Jesus, Saviour, pilot mePage Scan
4Wand'ring long in sin and darknessPage Scan
5Glory to God in the highest!Page Scan
6Oh! the joy, tell it out!Page Scan
7I know that my Redeemer livesPage Scan
8Just as God leads, oh, I would goPage Scan
9Hark! what mean those holy voicesPage Scan
10"Lift your heads," with faith the morrowPage Scan
11We're a band of soldiersPage Scan
12Let Thy love, O Christ arisenPage Scan
13There's a fountain that bursts from Calvary's browPage Scan
14Save me, Lord, and make me ThinePage Scan
15Fading away like the stars of the morningPage Scan
16Shout aloud for Christ our KingPage Scan
17Come to Jesus! are you lonely?Page Scan
18Keep thy lamp trimmed and burningPage Scan
19Rest remaineth, oh, how sweetPage Scan
20Strike the cymbal, sound the timbrel!Page Scan
21O'er the distant mountains breakingPage Scan
22Lord of Heaven, lone and sadPage Scan
23Though trials, afflictions, and sorrows may comePage Scan
24Covered with feathers of mercyPage Scan
25Hearken, children, little workersPage Scan
26O Christ, our glorious KingPage Scan
27I'm saved by the blood that flow'd so freePage Scan
28The dear Lord is willing and anxious to savePage Scan
29The sands of time are sinkingPage Scan
30Heavenly Father, tender ShepherdPage Scan
31Haven safe where we can hidePage Scan
32Brightest and best of the sons of the morningPage Scan
33Abide with me; fast falls the eventidePage Scan
34What tho' the days be dark and dreary?Page Scan
35There's hope beyond this life of oursPage Scan
36I would love Thee, God and FatherPage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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