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Gospel Songs for Men, a Collection of Quartets and Choruses for Male Voices

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d1A little while to gather flowers
d2A sound in the tops of the mulberry trees
d3Abide in me, the path I tread is dreary
d4After is ended the last hard mile
d5After the pleasures of life are o'er
d6All the world for Jesus, this our battle cry
d7Are you tenting on the lowlands
d8Arouse, ye Christian soldiers
d9Art thou weary, art thou languid
d10As pilgrims we, a loyal band
d11Be strong to toil in the vineyard wide
d12Behold, what manner of love the Father on us
d13Bethlehem, Calvary, Olivet, tell
d14Broad is the opening field
d15By faith behold a crimson tide
d16By the Jericho road Bartimeus had sat
d17Christ the Lord shall reign o'er all the realms
d18Christian, is life's morning clouded
d19Come, look on the King in his beauty
d20Come thou fount of every blessing
d21Coming, when the day is bright
d22Daylight is past, Shadows are cast
d23Dear brother, on life's billowy ocean
d24Dear flag of our country, the emblem of freedom
d25Earth is not all, there is a better country
d26Eternity, Eternity, How long art thou, eternity, and yet
d27Fading away like the stars of the morning
d28Follow me, rings out to the world today
d29Followers of Jesus, hear the trumpet call
d30From Egypt's cruel bondage fled
d31Full oft have I said it that Jesus is mine
d32God calls for men of faith today
d33Gone from my heart the world and [with] all its charms
d34Guide me ever, Lord Jehovah
d35Hail to our nation's banner
d36Hark to the trumpet sounding
d37Have you heard of Jesus and his wondrous love
d38He died for me, the Savior died
d39He is able to deliver, sing the joyful strain
d40He stood just outside my door, knocking
d41He was burdened with age, bent with sin and care
d42Hear what the Lord hath done for me
d43Homeward bound through calm and tempest, to a brighter, better land
d44How many times, discouraged
d45How shall I know that thou art near
d46I have heard Thee, Savior, calling
d47I know not how such love could be
d48I would give thee, Lord, the fairest
d49I'll walk in the pathway that Jesus hath trod
d50I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d51I'm tossed about by wave and wind
d52In the love of Christ confiding
d53Just as he wills
d54Just one tender lamb was missing
d55Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom
d56Mine the cross, and thine the glory
d57Morning, noon and evening
d58My Savior is near me, no harm need I fear
d59No matter how hard goes the battle of life
d60No shadows yonder, all light and song
d61No welcome gave a dying world
d62Nothing but leaves the spirit grieves
d63O daughter of Zion, awake from thy sleep
d64O gift divine, God's boundless love revealing
d65O great, O awful judgment day
d66O sweet the words the Savior speaks
d67O the great love the dear Savior has shown
d68O'er life's ocean swiftly gliding
d69Of the Savior and His love, to those you meet Tell the story
d70Only one step to Jesus
d71Our cause is just and at the righteous bidding
d72Our father's God, to thee we sing
d73Over the world a call to arms is sounding
d74Rally round the standard with the hosts of God
d75Rejecting soul, sad is thy lot
d76See, the conquering Hero comes
d77See the patient Savior stand
d78Seeking the lost, yes, kindly entreating
d79Shepherd of Isr'l, patient and gentle
d80Sinner, someone is coming your way
d81Someone must struggle that others may win
d82Sometime, somewhere my toil shall cease
d83Speed away, speed away to the isles of the sea
d84Stand firm, my soul, and bear the cross for Jesus
d85Stand for the right, strong in his might
d86Stand like Caleb, though the world oppose
d87Sweet secret prayer, comfort divine
d88The bells of heaven are ringing sweet
d89The night comes down, and I am all alone
d90The order has gone forth, move forward
d91The thorny crown he bore for me
d92The world is stirred by the pomp of war
d93There are times when a word just a friendly word
d94There they crucified him
d95There's a city built on high
d96There's a conflict on with the hosts of sin
d97There's a little brown house
d98There's a place in the ranks
d99There's only One whose pity falls like dew
d100Thine forever, God of love

[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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