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Good Will: A collection of New Music for Sabbath Schools and Gospel Meetings (Enlarged)

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3Good will to men, The angels sangPage Scan
4If thy path is like the night, Then trust the LordPage Scan
5Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem camePage Scan
6Beautiful star of Bethlehem, shinePage Scan
7Labor faithful in the vineyardPage Scan
8Prophets spoke the coming JesusPage Scan
10Ho! my comrades, see the signal, Jesus waves on high!Page Scan
11Ever new the name of JesusPage Scan
12Driven on by angry tempestPage Scan
13Be the matter what it may, Always speak the truthPage Scan
14Work, work! where shall we work?Page Scan
15The Lord of Life! behold himPage Scan
16Jesus is the children's FriendPage Scan
17There's a city, bright and golden, Builded by a Father's handPage Scan
18A brighter day is drawing nearPage Scan
19Sing of Jesus our ShepherdPage Scan
20A song of love to Thee abovePage Scan
21Savior, we will never be ashamedPage Scan
22Shadows deep across the worldPage Scan
23I heard the voice of Jesus say, "Come unto me and rest"Page Scan
24Oh, where is the Hope of the world?Page Scan
25Any little corner, Lord, In thy vineyard widePage Scan
26I would not live without theePage Scan
27Save me, Lord, for I am thinePage Scan
28Angels from their home in gloryPage Scan
29Cheery by, Happy bePage Scan
30Oh, what are you doing for Jesus?Page Scan
31If we only knew what good we could doPage Scan
32O speak to me, dear Jesus, This world is wide and coldPage Scan
33Would you truly follow JesusPage Scan
34Tho' our pathway may be drearyPage Scan
35When up in heav'n the angels singPage Scan
36There's a home for the loved ones on highPage Scan
37This is our country's celebrationPage Scan
38Mingling all day with the busy throngPage Scan
39I want to be more like JesusPage Scan
40Jesus, the Wonderful, Only believePage Scan
41Searching, seeking, groping, Hungry, thirsty, coldPage Scan
42The life that has no aim Above the things of earthPage Scan
43While we wait before theePage Scan
44Thro' the new Jerusalem, Lined with fairest flowersPage Scan
45Thy love has many a lighted path, No outward eye can tracePage Scan
46Wonderful Savior, forgiveness bestowPage Scan
47Come, weary wanderer, Spent and distressedPage Scan
48In the morning, early, When the dew is brightPage Scan
49Sing, O sing, Little onesPage Scan
50Children, let us walk with Jesus, Walk beside him hand in handPage Scan
51Tho' I am but a little childPage Scan
52Joy there is in ev'ry sorrow, Courage for the hearts that faintPage Scan
53This is the voice of God..... That to the children speaksPage Scan
54Look ye, brothers, time is rolling, Rolling rapidly awayPage Scan
55Can a little child like me Thank the Father fitingly? Page Scan
56O Jesus, Redeemer, we're waiting for theePage Scan
57No time to pray!Page Scan
58Often weary and worn on the pathway belowPage Scan
60In the visions of the night, God appeared, in days of oldPage Scan
62'Twas a gift so divine from the Father abovePage Scan
63"Jesus, thought of me Ere I thought of him."Page Scan
64Tired the feet in the marchingPage Scan
65Some go away from the house tonightPage Scan
66Jesu, Lover of my soul, Let me to Thy bosom flyPage Scan
67How he loves us, Jesus loves usPage Scan
68Tho' I am a little child, Wand'ring thro' a world of woePage Scan
69Glad and free, glad and freePage Scan
70The way of the cross may be toilsome and drearPage Scan
72From the isles of the sea cometh tidings of theePage Scan
73Come and see the Savior saidPage Scan
74Weeping for an absent onePage Scan
76Once he sat upon my kneePage Scan
78There's a beautiful land far awayPage Scan
79Jesus, only Jesus, He is all we needPage Scan
80Hear, troubled soul, tho' the hurricane's roarningPage Scan
81Take not God's holy name in vainPage Scan
82Tho' temptation, the envoy of wrathPage Scan
84What are you sowing, my brotherPage Scan
85Harvester, harvester, gather thy sheaves!Page Scan
86Rejoice in the Lord while going the wayPage Scan
87All around is bright and fairPage Scan
88We dearly love our SaviorPage Scan
89I follow the footsteps of Jesus, my LordPage Scan
90There is a beauty born of lovePage Scan
91Behold that bloodstain'd banner of the King!Page Scan
92I will rejoice with gladness deepPage Scan
94Far Judea heard him say, Children, come to mePage Scan
95There's a glorious invitationPage Scan
96I have read of a beautiful cityPage Scan
98Hark! what sad and despairing criesPage Scan
99Children, would you know the story, Of the Savior, loving, mildPage Scan
100Dear children all whose beaming eyesPage Scan
101That blessed deed of mercy, done by the wayPage Scan
102The Lord has set before usPage Scan
103Bring forth the banner of our Prince!Page Scan
104Voyager over life's storm fretted seaPage Scan
106Yet shall ye be as a dove's shining wingsPage Scan
107Lead them, my God, to theePage Scan
108By her cot at hush of evePage Scan
110Teach me to live, O God!Page Scan
111Jesus wept - Oh, wondrous thoughtPage Scan
112There was a hungry one, fainting for breadPage Scan
114We can tell the sweet old storyPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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