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Heart Cheering Songs: for use in evangelistic and young peoples' meetings, Sunday schools, etc.

Editor: Charles J. Butler
Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1899
Language: English
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1There is in the house of DavidPage Scan
2Oh, what love Christ showed for mePage Scan
3In that fair city, over life's seaPage Scan
4There's a place in heav'n prepared for mePage Scan
5Tho' the world may see no beautyPage Scan
6Hark! hark, the trumpet soundingPage Scan
7Blessed words that with me dwellPage Scan
8I do not know why trials severePage Scan
9By and by, I know there'll bePage Scan
10Something more of JesusPage Scan
11On mem'ries wall engraven standsPage Scan
12There is no one like the Saviour, with his love so truePage Scan
13O brother, on life's treach'rous seaPage Scan
14I'm pressing on the upward wayPage Scan
15When from the scenes of earth we risePage Scan
16Over in yonder holy cityPage Scan
17When my life work is ended, and I cross the swelling tidePage Scan
18No scenes of mirth upon the earthPage Scan
19I shall lay the cross asidePage Scan
20When your spirit bows in sorrowPage Scan
21I am thinking today of that beautiful landPage Scan
22We're marching on, a mighty host of soldiersPage Scan
23March, march along; let us gladly singPage Scan
24In this world of sorrowPage Scan
25Trusting when the darkness seems the Father's face to hidePage Scan
26I'm happy in Jesus my SaviourPage Scan
27Since I found that faith in JesusPage Scan
28Will you be one in that beautiful land?Page Scan
29I am walking in the sunshinePage Scan
30In accents of love doth the Saviour implorePage Scan
31Come, Holy Ghost, and touch my tonguePage Scan
32My heart today with joy is singingPage Scan
33A miracle of saving gracePage Scan
34On thy journey to the homelandPage Scan
35When Christ our Lord was dwelling herePage Scan
36I hear a song of jubileePage Scan
37O'er death's sea, in yon blest cityPage Scan
38Our souls cry out, hallelujah!Page Scan
39Just one touch as he moves alongPage Scan
40Oh, what a sad time, poor sinner, 'twill bePage Scan
41A hand all bruised and bleeding is knocking at the doorPage Scan
42Dost thou know at thy bolted heart's door tonightPage Scan
43Are you going away without Jesus tonightPage Scan
44Never, never borrow Trouble from the morrowPage Scan
45Jesus gives his peace to mePage Scan
46Along the stormy sea of sinPage Scan
47Are you heavy hearted, are you sore distress'd?Page Scan
48The dear old story of a Saviour's lovePage Scan
49I've gone with those I loved so dearPage Scan
50Lone hearts there are this wide earth o'erPage Scan
51Come, Holy Spirit, thee I am needingPage Scan
52I was once far away from the SaviourPage Scan
53The gate of mercy open standsPage Scan
54There's a veil that hangs before mePage Scan
55Far from Christ I wanderedPage Scan
56Once upon a stormy oceanPage Scan
57I sat within a home one dayPage Scan
58What a Friend we have in JesusPage Scan
59'Tis sad to think, that tho' some hearPage Scan
60I read that whosoever May from wrath fleePage Scan
61Some day, I know not when 'twill bePage Scan
62I've reached the land of corn and winePage Scan
63Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
64More about Jesus would I knowPage Scan
65O mourner in Zion, how blessed art thouPage Scan
66My soul in sad exile was out on life's seaPage Scan
67When you start for the land of heavenly restPage Scan
68Alas! and did my Saviour bleedPage Scan
69Blessed Lily of the Valley, oh, how fair is he!Page Scan
70Lord, I care not for richesPage Scan
71My Jesus, I love thee, I know thou art minePage Scan
72Standing on the promises of Christ our KingPage Scan
73Our friends on earth we meet with pleasurePage Scan
74Hover o'er me, Holy SpiritPage Scan
75While we bow in thy namePage Scan
76There is [There's] sunshine in my soul todayPage Scan
77Come, contrite one, and seek his gracePage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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