His Praise Anew

Editor: A. L. Byers
Publisher: Gospel Trumpet Pub. Co., Anderson, Ind., 1936
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d1A ransom for all My Savior once came
d2A slave to sin and shame I wandered long
d3A voice majestic from on high
d4Able to save though your sins be as scarlet
d5Almost persuaded now to believe, Almost
d6As we travel along on life's pathway
d7At evening time no gathering night
d8Away down in Egypt's land
d9Be thou ready, he doth call
d10Be ye kind one to another, Words are these of purest gold
d11Behold the loving Savior go
d12Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine
d13Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d14Break thou the bread of life
d15Christ is coming, quickly coming
d16Come, all ye ransomed, let us be one
d17Come, every soul by sin oppressed, There's mercy
d18Come sinner come God is calling thee
d19Come, tonight, come tonight, with your burden of an
d20Come, ye holy saints of God
d21Conscious of pardoned sin
d22Dark and gloomy is thy way
d23Dead to every wordly pleasure
d24Drifting from Jesus, no portal in sight
d25Eternal God, our refuge be
d26Every eye shall see the Son of God
d27Face your troubles in a happy way
d28Far away in a land that is darker than night
d29For sacrifice or service
d30From Greenland's icy mountains
d31From the burden of sin
d32Give me the dear old Bible, full of God's wondrous love
d33Give of your best to the Master, Give of the strength
d34Go, bury thy [your] sorrow, The world hath [has] its share
d35God loves my soul
d36God of light that illumes all space
d37God's gentle Spirit tenderly called me
d38Grace, dear Lord, grace, dear Lord
d39Great King of saints, on high
d40Have you ever heard of Jesus
d41He hears me when I call
d42He is fairer than the fairest morn of earth
d43Heaven is a holy place
d44Held captive by the power of sin
d45Help us scatter sunshine
d46How sweet this bond of perfectness
d47I am fighting in the army of the Lord
d48I am happy on my way
d49I am on the Lord's side, just because
d50I came to Jordan's sullen stream
d51I come, O Lord, to thee
d52I have a dear Friend who is with me alway
d53I have constant peace and gladness
d54I have found a sweet rest
d55I have wandered afar form the guiding star
d56I hear the Savior say, thy strength indeed is small
d57I know in whom I have believed, his precious blood
d58I love the Lord, my wounded Lord
d59I must be a soldier and bear the cross
d60I need thee every hour, most gracious Lord
d61I once was a poor burdened sinner
d62I once was blind, but now I see
d63I sing of a hope that is mine today
d64I strove to grasp the thought of God
d65I was out on the broad way of sin
d66I will bear the cross with my Lord today
d67I would not have my way, dear Lord
d68I yield to thee, Savior, forsaking my all
d69If sorrow and doubt come into your life
d70I'm walking each day by the side of my Lord
d71I'm walking with Jesus from day unto day
d72I'm weary, so weary of living in sin
d73In the Bible's standard of life we may find
d74In the fold of Christ the Shepherd
d75In the service of my Master
d76In the toilsome ways of life
d77It takes the wind to drive the stormclouds
d78I've forsaken all to follow in the footsteps
d79I've turned from the world and its follies
d80Jesus came down from his home above
d81Jesus drank the cup of sorrow
d82Jesus holds me fast
d83Jesus is all the world to me, My life
d84Jesus listens to confessions
d85Jesus, make me pure within
d86Jesus, my Savior, set me free
d87Jesus pardoned my transgressions
d88Jesus stands at your heart's door
d89Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d90Just beyond the clouds and shadows
d91Keep me safe in time of danger
d92Life's journey lies before my soul
d93Like a river glorious is God's perfect peace
d94Long scattered thy children
d95Lord, be with us as we gather
d96Love led the Savior to dark Calvary
d97Master and Lord ye call me today
d98Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d99My faith has banished all my fears
d100My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary

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