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The Gospel Shower; a Collection of Gospel Hymns

Editor: W. T. Dale
Publisher: Cumberland Presbyterian Publishing House, Nashville, Tenn., 1887
Denomination: Cumberland Presbyterian Church
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d101Not all the blood of beast [beasts], On Jewish altars
d102Nothing but leaves the spirit grieves
d103O do not let the Word depart, and close thine eyes
d104O father, dear father, come home
d105O, for a [an] heart to praise [love] my God
d106O for a closer walk with God
d107O God, I see the morning light
d108O God, why cast me off distressed
d109O happy day that fixed [seals] [stays] my choice
d110O have you found my boy
d111O Lord, thy work revive, In Zion's gloomy hour
d112O slumberer, rouse thee
d113O [Sweet] land for [of] rest for thee I sigh
d114O, that my heart might ever feel
d115O think of the home over there, By the side of the river
d116O what a good time there will be
d117O where is now my brother dear
d118O'er the hill [hills] the sun is setting
d119On God I called with heart resigned
d120On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d121On the mountain [mountain's] top appearing
d122On with the work, O workers true
d123Our bondage here [it] shall [will] end by and by
d124Our souls by [in] love together knit [drawn] [joined]
d125Over Jordan we shall meet
d126Over the valleys, hilltops and mountains
d127Patiently waiting the will of the Lord
d128People of the living God! I have sought the world
d129Poor and helpless, Lord, I come
d130Prayer is the soul's [heart's] [saint's] sincere desire
d131Precious promise God hath given
d132Resist not the Spirit
d133Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d134Savior, visit Thy [our] plantation, grant us Lord, a gracious rain
d135Sinner, awake from thy slumber
d136Sinner [sinners] turn, why will ye [you] die
d137Sow in the morn thy [the] seed, At eve
d138Stay, weary child, thy Savior calls
d139Sun of my soul [our souls], thou [my] [O] Savior [Father] dear
d140Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer
d141Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
d142Sweet was the time when first I felt
d143Taste not the cup of death
d144Tell me the old, old story of unseen things above
d145Tenderly, lovingly guarded
d146That awful day will surely come
d147The church has waited long
d148The drop was ready, and the crowd stood
d149The harvest dawn is near
d150The Lord into his garden comes
d151The nearer I keep to Jesus
d152The Savior invites you poor wanderer
d153The Spirit came in childhood
d154There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d155There is a line, by us unseen
d156There's a city of light, mid the stars we are told
d157There's not a bright and beaming smile
d158They have reached the sunny shore
d159Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me on
d160Tired with the burdens of the day
d161'Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow
d162'Tis religion that can give sweetest pleasures
d163To the hills I'll lift mine eyes, whence my hope
d164To thy pastures fair and large
d165'Twas in the watches of the night
d166'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d167Twilight shades are deepening
d168Up to the hills I'll lift mine eyes
d169We dedicate this parting hour
d170We know there's a place where the weary shall rest
d171We will rally round pledge
d172Weary, worn, sad and forsaken
d173We'll all gather home in the morning
d174We're marching to the promised land
d175What a friend we have in Jesus
d176What shall I render to my God for all his kindness shown
d177What various hindrances we meet
d178When I can read my title clear
d179When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain
d180When persecutions rage around
d181When the faithful were assembled
d182When the way seems long and dreary
d183When we in the judgment stand
d184Where Babel's current flows
d185Where two or three, with sweet accord
d186White as snow, O what a promise
d187Who can describe the joys that rise
d188Wild, wild the storm is raging
d189Witness, ye men and angels, now

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