The Happy Singer

Editor: C. E. Rowley
Published: 1888
Place of Publication: Cleveland, Oh.
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d101O love divine, that [who] stooped [stoop'st] [stoops] to share
d102O love surpassing knowledge
d103O matchless, marvelous grace of God
d104O now I've found the hallowed flame
d105O pity the poor
d106O that I could repent
d107O the land above where the saints shall dwell
d108O the land of milk and honey
d109O to be ready when death shall come
d110O'er Judah's plain a song was heard
d111Once a great feast was made to a thousand of lords
d112Once I was blind, I could not see the Savior
d113Only a word for the Master
d114Press neath the guilt of long years of rebellion
d115Resting on the faithfulness of Christ
d116Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d117Say, what meaneth this commotion
d118Show pity Lord, O Lord, forgive
d119Sing Hallelujah, magnify the Lord
d120Speed, ye wrokers, for the Savior
d121Stay, thou insulted [long suffering] Spirit
d122Teach me, O Lord, by faith alone
d123The day is dying and the night draws nigh
d124The God of heaven and earth above
d125The love of Pentecost we need
d126The Savior is coming is coming once again
d127The Spirit in our hearts is whispering sinner come
d128The world is overcome by the blood of the Lamb
d129There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d130There is a glorious rest from sin
d131There is a star of clearer light
d132There were shepherds watching o'er their fields
d133There's a battle song to sing
d134There's a little pair of hands, laid to rest
d135There's naught so precious to my soul
d136There's not a ray of sunshine
d137Thine iniquity swells like the tide
d138Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me on
d139'Tis sweet to lift my heart in prayer
d140To saddened hearts the Master spoke
d141Under the blood there's forgiveness and peace
d142Vain, delusive world, adieu
d143Watch for the Master's coming
d144We are on our journey home
d145We meet once more to sing and pray
d146We will lay our burdens down, bye and bye
d147We're traveling to that happy land
d148What a friend we have in Jesus
d149What is our calling's glorious hope
d150What never speak one evil [idle] word
d151What poor despised company
d152When gracious Lord, when shall it be
d153When I survey the wondrous cross
d154When the last trumpet's awful voice
d155When the martyred One I see
d156Who will be one of the multitude great
d157Why should our tears in sorrow flow
d158With hands uplifted, blessed Lord
d159With joyful hearts we're gathered here
d160With joyful shouts we are coming to the Lord

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