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Heaven's Highway

Editor: R. S. Arnold
Publisher: Hartford Music Co., Hartford, Ark., 1952
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d1A wonderful Savior is Jesus my Lord
d2Above this world of sin
d3All people must die and all sad hearts must
d4As I travel here below
d5As I travel through this world
d6Before Jehovah's awful throne
d7Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d8Bountiful blessings are falling
d9By an old winding road
d10Can't you see my Savior there
d11Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d12Come and join this holy band
d13Dark clouds here hanging low
d14Each time that I read the story of old
d15Ever rejoicing, and voicing
d16Every day all the way, as we travel
d17Far I have [have I] wandered, out from the fold
d18Flowers blooming in the wild wood
d19For God so loved this world below
d20Give of your best to the Master, Lend him
d21Glorious day that shall be dawning
d22God be with you till we meet again
d23God created earth and heaven
d24God in great kindness looked on my blindness
d25God's word gives his children a name
d26Have you heard the sweet story how the Savior
d27Humbly trusting in Jesus
d28I am coming to the cross, I am poor
d29I am happy in the Lord
d30I am thinking today of my heavenly home
d31I have a home where loved
d32I have been saved, yes, saved
d33I have traveled here
d34I know tomorrow this short life
d35I want to live close to Jesus
d36I was lost in sin, I was all undone
d37I was once a restless sinner
d38I was once in Egypt's bondage
d39I will not grieve because of change
d40If you know the matchless story
d41If your mind is burdened
d42I'm a pilgrim in this weary world below
d43I'm glad that Jesus came into my broken heart
d44I'm going over yonder
d45I'm not alone, for I have
d46In the hour of greatest trial
d47In thy love, dear Lord, dismiss us and thy wings
d48It's not the words you sing to me
d49I've a wonderful story
d50I've left the vale of darkness
d51Jesus gave his life for me, There he suffered
d52Jesus is mine
d53Jesus lifted my soul from the tempter's control
d54Jesus needs workers all over the land
d55Jesus now is calling you
d56Let me live closer, O Jesus, to thee
d57Life's few allotted years is but a trail
d58Listen, friends and kindred
d59Little David loved the Lord
d60Living below in this old sinful world
d61Love, sweet love, yes
d62Many mansions in glory are waiting
d63Many times our hearts are grieving over dear ones
d64Many years I have lived in sin and shame
d65Master, the tempest is raging
d66My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d67My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d68My heavenly home is now in view
d69My mother has gone to that city
d70O how sweet it will be when I
d71O you can't hide
d72Oft I wonder when 'twill be
d73Oft I'm made to wonder along life's way
d74Often, so often I wonder
d75Once the Father in heaven
d76One day God said, Moses
d77Only a prayer, Somebody's heart may be bleeding
d78Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surges
d79Some glad day we'll be singing
d80Some people tell us
d81Some want mansions
d82Soon we shall leave this world
d83Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the cross
d84Stop, look and listen while we're singing
d85Such a wonderful Friend is he
d86Sweet echoes of love
d87Sweetest music will be ringing
d88Swing back the sable curtain
d89Tenderly he leads me
d90The best days we have
d91The great Physician now is near
d92The Savior found me one day
d93There is a home prepared for me
d94There is plenty of sunshine
d95There will be a happy morning
d96There will come a day of gladness
d97There's a call today for soldiers
d98There's a land beyond the river, free
d99There's a little church so lovely
d100There's a mansion up above

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