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The Go Ye Hymnal

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d1A farmer came his grief to show
d2A little child lay dying, With none to soothe his
d3A sea of deep unfathomed joy
d4A wonderful Savior is Jesus my Lord
d5After these trials and troubles are past
d6All glory to the Savior's name
d7All praise to him who reigns above In majesty supreme
d8All the world was in darkness
d9Are there any standing idle
d10Are you helping win the battle
d11Are you tired, worn and weary, burdened with a load
d12Are you weary, are you heavy hearted
d13Arise and shine, for the day is growing bright
d14As on the cross the Savior hung
d15Behold the Lamb of God on the cross
d16Beyond this life of hope [hopes] and fears
d17Blessed sunshine of love, how delightful it seems
d18By and by at God's command
d19Called to the feast by the King are we
d20Christ is risen from the grave
d21Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powers
d22Come, humble sinner, in whose breast
d23Dear Lord, I give myself to thee, forever Thine to be
d24Do not look at life's long sorrow
d25Dying with Jesus, by death reckoned mine
d26Faintly flow, thou falling river
d27Far from my home in this strange land
d28Fear not, for I am with thee to be thy help
d29Fear not, for I am with thee to be thy help
d30From grace I shall sweep on to glory
d31Full oft I've heard this gentle whisper
d32God calling yet, shall I not hear
d33God holds the key to [of] all unknown, And I am glad
d34Have you not heard of a happy home
d35Have you reached the cross roads, brother
d36Here is a message to declare, grace is free
d37Ho reapers for eternity arouse
d38Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d39I am resolved no longer to linger
d40I am safe, whatever may betide me
d41I asked the Lord to let me do some mighty work
d42I have a friend so precious, so very
d43I have a hope divine
d44I have watched the sheep astray
d45I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest
d46I know not where my path may lie
d47I love to linger near the seashore
d48I once was a stranger to grace and to God
d49I saw a happy pilgrim in shining garments clad
d50I saw a wayworn traveler
d51I shall hear there the song
d52I shall reach the land
d53I would love thee, blessed Jesus, I would lean
d54If we only knew in the early morn
d55I'll praise my Maker with my [while I've] [whilst I've] breath
d56I'm bearing a message for Jesus, my King
d57I'm glad salvation's free
d58I'm longing to look on that glorious sight
d59In looking back o'er the years gone by
d60In Scotland stood a humble home
d61In the Christian's home in [of] glory
d62In the home of bliss, where the Savior is
d63In the way of truth and light
d64Is it night with thee, my brother
d65It may not be on the mountain [mountain's] height, Or over the stormy sea
d66Jesus gave his life for you
d67Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave
d68Jesus, is tenderly calling you now
d69Jesus, my [mine] [our] all, to heaven is [has] gone
d70John was called from the fisher's net
d71Keep close to Jesus, while your journey here
d72Keep my soul, dear Lord and Savior
d73Let us labor on for the Master
d74Let's lift the cross of Christ
d75Lo my name is written in the lamb's book of life
d76Lo the midnight hour swiftly hastens on
d77Lord, speak to me [us] that I [we] may speak
d78More like Jesus would I be
d79My bruised reed, thou wilt not break
d80Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d81Not now o burdened soul not now shalt thou the mystery know
d82Nothing but leaves the spirit grieves
d83Nothing either great or small, nothing sinner
d84O how sweet it will be to be there
d85O love surpassing knowledge
d86O spread the tidings round
d87O tell me of Jesus who came from above
d88O the night of time soon shall pass away
d89O thou God of my salvation
d90O to be more like Jesus, tender and true
d91O when I think about the cross and Jesus dying
d92O wonderful story, the sweetest
d93On the wings of morn, speed, O speed ye away
d94Once at Pilate's judgment bar
d95Only a broken heart, Savior, I bring
d96Only waiting till the shadows
d97Our life is like an upward grade
d98Over the billows, over the sea
d99Over the ocean wave, far, far away
d100Praise waiteth for thee, O God

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