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Higher Ground

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co., Dallas, Tex., 1954
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d1A message divine across the universe
d2A stranger knocks at your heart's door
d3All hail the love of God's great Son
d4All the years I have trusted and served
d5Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d6Are you burdened with a heavy load
d7Are you now lost
d8Blessed Jesus, hold my hand
d9Burdened soul turn not away
d10Christ, the Lord is coming in the by and by
d11Come, let us rejoice and sing
d12Down in my heart I have a song
d13Dreaming, dreaming silently
d14For me they nailed him to the cross
d15Gather together at the appointed time
d16God gave to his creation
d17Greater love can no man show
d18Happy each day as I press
d19Happy on the way to the land of day
d20Have you said yes to the Savior
d21He knows all about the burdens
d22He knows the bitter, weary way
d23How I love my Savior and King
d24I am anchored on the solid rock
d25I am glad somebody obeyed
d26I am happy, praise his name
d27I am rejoicing as I travel
d28I am serving Christ my Savior
d29I am telling the grand old story
d30I can sing a song as I go along
d31I cannot touch the hem of his garment
d32I had a little visit with the Lord
d33I have a hallelujah chorus in my soul
d34I have found a Friend in Jesus
d35I have heard of a place called
d36I have heard the gospel story
d37I know that foes will oft assail me
d38I love my blessed Savior more and more
d39I traveled once in lonely fields
d40I want you to know my dear Savior
d41If this be the last song we'll sing
d42If you are weary and dissatisfied
d43If you have left old Egypt
d44If you would be a true disciple
d45If you'd gain the promised land
d46I'll have a bright mansion
d47I'll soon be going where love is
d48I'm bidding farewell to tribulation
d49I'm dreaming of home
d50I'm happy and free
d51I'm just a pilgrim passing through
d52I'm serving now a risen Lord
d53In my peaceful sleep one morning
d54In the Bible we are told that Jesus
d55In the Bible we read of the Savior's great love
d56In this old world of care
d57In this world of sin and sorrow
d58Into my soul there comes sweet peace
d59Is your heart weary and burdened
d60Jesus came from heaven, one
d61Jesus came to make us free
d62Jesus had died that man might be
d63Jesus is mine, glory divine
d64Jesus is my true companion
d65Jesus left the throne in glory
d66Jesus, my Savior, give me thy grace, Moment by
d67Jesus wants you for a sunbeam
d68Joy it is bringing me on
d69Just a few more days to wander in this world below
d70Life for me once was most rugged
d71Living below in this old sinful world
d72Lord, I need thee every day
d73Mother told me long ago
d74My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d75O a new religion is dure, some say
d76O God of love, the source
d77Often I've heard about a home
d78On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d79Onward and upward I'm traveling
d80Peace divine is mine today
d81Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d82Sin so often 'round me rages
d83Sinner, the Savior is calling to thee
d84Some bright, happy morning
d85Some day I'll reach
d86Some day there will be
d87Some sweet day, and it won't be long
d88Soon I shall leave this troublesome way
d89Soon the Lord is coming from that home in glory
d90Soon will the shades up in heaven be drawn
d91Standing on love's holy mountain
d92Thank God, I truly can say
d93That will be a happy meeting, when
d94The love of God is sweeter, for me
d95The Savior touched the chords
d96There are angels hovering round
d97There are storms along this pilgrim way
d98There is a cross for each
d99There is a holy one
d100There is a place supernal, somewhere

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