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Golden Songs: for the Sabbath School, Sanctuary and Social Worship

Editor: Rev. I. Baltzell
Publisher: United Brethren Printing Establishment, Dayton, Oh., 1874
Denomination: United Brethren in Christ
Language: English
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37Oh! we love to come to our Sabbath homePage Scan
38Go work in my vineyard, the lab'rors are fewPage Scan
39On the shore beyond the seaPage Scan
40All glory to Jesus be giv'n, That life and salvation are freePage Scan
41There's a place where my loved ones are gonePage Scan
42Gone! gone! dead and gone!Page Scan
43Christian, see the joyous morning Calls us to this holy placePage Scan
44I long to hear the Savior say, Ye weary ones, come homePage Scan
45Believe it, dear children, that now is the timePage Scan
46Precious Jesus, I am comingPage Scan
47There's a land of light and love far awayPage Scan
48aJews were wrought to cruel madnessPage Scan
48bAll hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fallPage Scan
50There stands a Rock on shores of timePage Scan
51Many dear children have lived and diedPage Scan
52We're a happy pilgrim band, Sailing to the goodly landPage Scan
53Jesus forever lives, Praise we his namePage Scan
54Hark, those bell-tones sweetly pealing, "Children, come home."Page Scan
55Oh, sometimes the shadows are deepPage Scan
56When, faint and weary toiling, The sweat drops on my browPage Scan
57Children of the olden time Hailed thee Lord and SaviourPage Scan
58I long for that beautiful home over there, On the banks of the river of lifePage Scan
59When this fitful life is overPage Scan
60Ye valiant soldiers of the cross, Ye happy pilgrim bandPage Scan
61Oh come, little children, your Saviour is callingPage Scan
62Holy angels in their flight, Traverse over earth and skyPage Scan
63Infant voices sweetly singing, Hosanna to the LordPage Scan
64Come, let us search God's holy word, And see what we can findPage Scan
65Oh, the lov'd ones wait our coming, On yon happy peaceful shorePage Scan
66Over the river, the river of timePage Scan
67My grateful heart shall bless the Lord, His wondrous love proclaimPage Scan
68We are sailing on the old ship of ZionPage Scan
69One thought sublimely sweetPage Scan
70a"Are we almost there? are we almost there?"Page Scan
70bLo! our vessel's on the oceanPage Scan
72We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
73Come, little soldiers, list in the army, March to the kingdom bright and fairPage Scan
74The morning sky is bright and clar, Away to Sabbath SchoolPage Scan
75Hark! I hear sweet voices singing Happy songs of long agoPage Scan
76Jesus died on the tree, That the world might be freePage Scan
77What sweet strains of music fall low on my earPage Scan
78O think not, dear children, because you are young, No blood of atonment you needPage Scan
79We're coming, we're coming, dear Savior; O, welcome us homePage Scan
80I am waiting upon the green shorePage Scan
81bCome to Jesus, Come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just nowPage Scan
82Hark, hark, my soul, angelic songs are swellingPage Scan
83aJesus, I come to thee, Just as I amPage Scan
83bWe love to sing togetherPage Scan
84I'm sweeping toward the golden gate Wash'd in the blood of the LambPage Scan
85In her grave-robes calmly sleepingPage Scan
86Land ahead! oh, see the signal Flashing brightly from the shore!Page Scan
87aJesus, to thy dear arms I fleePage Scan
87bJesus, high in gloryPage Scan
88We are toiling up the way, Narrow way, narrow wayPage Scan
89Who are those arrayed in whitePage Scan
90There's a beautiful land on highPage Scan
91Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
92We come, we come, with loud acclaimPage Scan
93O come to me at the morning hour, While the world is so fresh with dewPage Scan
94Precious is the name of Jesus, who can half its worth unfoldPage Scan
95Oh, how can I forget the hour, When love divine I found!Page Scan
96The cross! the cross! the bloodstained cross!Page Scan
97Hope on and hope ever, our watchword shall bePage Scan
98Murmur not, my soul, tho' here in sorrowPage Scan
99Jesus, thy love shall we forget, And never bring to mindPage Scan
100O I have roamed thro' many lands, A stranger to delightPage Scan
101Drooping souls no longer grieve; Heaven is propitiousPage Scan
102Oh, when I shall sweep thro' the gatesPage Scan
103Children of Zion, our hearts bid you welcomePage Scan
104There's a fountain, a fountain of cleansing for sinPage Scan
105O come, bring your hearts to JesusPage Scan
106Good news come o'er the seaTextPage Scan
107bToday the Saviour calls, Come, children, comePage Scan
108We never shall be happy if we walk the ways of sinPage Scan
109Gentle Jesus, Savior mild, Hear thy lowly suppliant childPage Scan
110O, all ye people God hath made! Sing glory to his holy namePage Scan
111I lay my sins on Jesus, The spotless Lamb of GodPage Scan
112Soldiers for whom the Savior bledPage Scan
113bWhen the day of life is brightest, Love the fondest hope most freePage Scan
114There's a glorious Kingdom, ever bright and fairPage Scan
115Go to the hedges and broad highwayPage Scan
116My treasures are gathering yonderPage Scan
117Let us sing to Jesus, Let us bless his namePage Scan
118aCome, wand'rer, come, retrace thy stepsPage Scan
118bThe Sunday-school ship with her sails all unfurl'dPage Scan
120When I can read my title clearPage Scan
121It was a pleasant summer dayPage Scan
122aNow begin the heav'nly race, Christ calls todayPage Scan
122bWith banner and song, we are marching alongPage Scan
124There's a beautiful land where the bright angels dwellPage Scan
125I am seeking my home in the skyPage Scan
126Say not, O Christian reaper, the earth no harvest yieldsPage Scan
127When the tempest high is raging, As I saild o'er life's rough seaPage Scan
128Glad millions of children are marching todayPage Scan
129bJesus, Saviour hear my callTextPage Scan
130When the clouds are gather'ing o'er thee, And the sky is thick with gloomPage Scan
131I am thinking of home, of a home far awayPage Scan
132Open wide the golden gatePage Scan
133We come to thee, dear SaviourPage Scan
134O, come to the Saviour, dear children todayPage Scan

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