Go Ye Therefore No. 3

Publisher: Gospel Winchester Co., Tullahoma, Tenn., 1910
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d1All pure and white, and sweet as pure
d2And far in the deep there are billows
d3As we speed out of youth's sunny station
d4As you travel o'er life's pathway
d5Beneath life's hill
d6Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine
d7Cheerily the sunlight gleams o'er
d8Church of Christ, thy Lord is calling
d9Come unto me, come unto me, ye with burdens hard to bear
d10Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys
d11Every day anointings, This my earnest plea
d12Fold me, precious Jesus, to thy loving breast
d13God be with you till we meet, May his tender
d14God might have made [bade] the earth bring forth
d15God opened the windows of heaven
d16Has the staff you leaned on failed you
d17Have thy [thine] affections been nailed to the cross
d18He was not very quick to learn
d19Here am I, send me, precious Savior
d20Hosanna to the Son of David, the Hebrew children
d21How do little birdies grow flying, chirping
d22How many buttons are missing today
d23I am bound for that city that is far above
d24I have been to Jesus for rest today
d25I have in mind a time, when in the Book of heaven
d26I know not the hour of his coming, nor when
d27I love to think of heaven, a city fair and bright
d28I only know I love you
d29I pray for temperance all the year
d30I was a captive once
d31If you could go back to the forks of the road
d32I'm told that Jesus loves me
d33In the resurrection morning We will see the Savior coming
d34In the shadow of the rock Let me rest
d35Jesus loves me, this I know, For the Bible
d36Let the world have its diamonds, its silver
d37Life has its sorrows, it has its tears
d38Lift me upward, O my Savior
d39Lord, dismiss us with Thy [your] blessing, Fill our
d40Mother, I'm tired and I fain would be sleeping
d41My days are gliding swiftly by
d42My mother's last kiss I'll ne'er forget
d43No oil in thy lamp and the bridegroom near
d44O comrades, fill no glass for me
d45O hear the heavenly Father say
d46O I often sit and wonder
d47O shut not your heart to the gospel
d48Once for all the Savior died, Christ the Lord
d49One night at sea a mighty storm
d50Open the door, Let in the air
d51Our songs of praise to Christ we raise
d52Planting the corn and potatoes
d53Rejoice and be glad, the Redeemer has come
d54Rushing down the mountain
d55Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surges
d56Should Jesus come at early morning
d57Simply trusting every day
d58Somebody did a golden deed, proving himself
d59Speak just a word for Jesus
d60Sunlight now is gleaming, on the sparkling dews
d61The boys of today, so active and strong
d62The fellow who can whistle
d63The happy home circle is breaking
d64The time for parting now has come we leave
d65The twilight now is gliding
d66There are wonderful things we are going to do
d67There comes to my heart one [a] sweet strain
d68There's a dear old home in the far away
d69There's a little straw hat
d70There's not a Friend like the lowly Jesus
d71They were [gathered] in an [the] upper chamber
d72Through the meadows green, inviting
d73Till he come, O let the words
d74Time is naught but a fitful gleam
d75Trust not the cunning old world too far
d76We are marching, onward marching, neath the banner
d77We have seen the Savior coming
d78We shall meet again, how sweet the time will be
d79We take our share of fretting
d80Weak and lowly though I be
d81What though my pilgrimage be over
d82When first I came to Jesus
d83When Jesus comes to make up his jewels
d84When we in the judgment stand
d85When you strive to do a deed
d86Where rocks, moss covered and barren
d87Will Jesus then remember the little things I've done
d88Wonderful story of love; tell it to me again
d89Would you have your path all shining bright
d90Would you live for Jesus, and be always pure and good
d91Would you reach some useful plain
d92Write it on the workhouse gate
d93Yes, I'm a weaver and each day the threads
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