Inspiring Gospel Solos and Duets No. 2

Compiler: Haldor Lillenas
Publisher: Lillenas Publishing Company, Kansas City, Missouri, 1948
Language: English
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2In the land of fadeless day[In the land of fadeless day]Page Scan
3There's a Friend who changeth never[There's a Friend who changeth never]
4I would be gentle like Jesus[I would be gentle like Jesus]
5Sometimes, when my faith would falter[Sometimes, when my faith would falter]
6There are paths that I may walk[There are paths that I may walk]
7Jesus stands and knocks today[Jesus stands and knocks today]
8Some golden dawning[Some golden dawning]
9When billows of sorrow sweep over thy soul[When billows of sorrow sweep over thy soul]Page Scan
10I am not dreaming, When I am weary[I am not dreaming, When I am weary]
11Darkness will flee and the morning shall dawn[Darkness will flee and the morning shall dawn]TextPage ScanAudio
12I love Thee, my Saviour[I love Thee, my Saviour]
13I have found a balm in sorrow[I have found a balm in sorrow]
14There's Someone who helps me when friends pass by[There's Someone who helps me when friends pass by]
15I hear my risen Saviour say[I hear my risen Saviour say]Page Scan
16"Like as a father," this is our song["Like as a father," this is our song]TextPage ScanAudio
17Clouds may hover over me and hide my view[Clouds may hover over me and hide my view]Page Scan
18The Christ is my Guide[The Christ is my Guide]
19Nothing but leaves! The Spirit grieves[Nothing but leaves! The Spirit grieves]
20I can never be the same since that unforgotten hour[I can never be the same since that unforgotten hour]
21When you by trials are beset[When you by trials are beset]
22Oh, there's many a loss on the way of the cross[Oh, there's many a loss on the way of the cross]
23A friend have I who standeth near[A friend have I who standeth near]
24Come, O come to the blessed Saviour[Come, O come to the blessed Saviour]Page Scan
25When I think of my Saviour's great love[When I think of my Saviour's great love]Page Scan
26The love of my soul has to Jesus been giv'n[The love of my soul has to Jesus been giv'n]TextAudio
27Someone loved the lost and dying[Someone loved the lost and dying]
28Yonder a man in the prison dwells[Yonder a man in the prison dwells]TextPage ScanAudio
29I do not know why it must be[I do not know why it must be]
30Oh, praise the Lord! my soul is filled[Oh, praise the Lord! my soul is filled]
31Thank God for love that sent His Son to die[Thank God for love that sent His Son to die]
32My heart was sad 'till I met Jesus[My heart was sad 'till I met Jesus]
33My wayward life my shame has been[My wayward life my shame has been]
34"There is a way that seemeth right"["There is a way that seemeth right"]
35The world may to my spirit call[The world may to my spirit call]Audio
36I would be faithful in all I do[I would be faithful in all I do]
37With aching heart and spirit sore distrest[With aching heart and spirit sore distrest]TextPage ScanAudio
38Once I sang the worldly songs[Once I sang the worldly songs]
39Tis not enough for me to simply start[Tis not enough for me to simply start]
40'Tis safe to go where Jesus goes['Tis safe to go where Jesus goes]Page Scan
41Souls are drifting afar from shore[Souls are drifting afar from shore]TextPage ScanAudio
42My heart is singing, the bells are ringing[My heart is singing, the bells are ringing]TextPage ScanAudio
43Life is now slipping fast away[Life is now slipping fast away]
44There may be tears to shed as we travel home[There may be tears to shed as we travel home]Page Scan
45How could Jesus love me so[How could Jesus love me so]Page Scan
46A Saviour wonderful is He, beyond my fondest dreaming[A Saviour wonderful is He, beyond my fondest dreaming]
47One day, years ago, 'neath a fair eastern sky[One day, years ago, 'neath a fair eastern sky]Page Scan
48I may not see the reason for my tears[I may not see the reason for my tears]Page Scan
49The flowers and birds are Thine, O God[The flowers and birds are Thine, O God]TextPage ScanAudio
50A light on my pathway to banish the night[A light on my pathway to banish the night]Page Scan
51The nearer I reach the end of life[The nearer I reach the end of life]Page Scan
52A message in song I am bringing[A message in song I am bringing]TextPage ScanAudio
53There'll come a day when sorrows will have vanished[There'll come a day when sorrows will have vanished]
54Come and whisper soft and low[Come and whisper soft and low]
55When the old prophetic mantle had upon Elisha fell[When the old prophetic mantle had upon Elisha fell]
56Life wears a diff'rent face to me[Life wears a diff'rent face to me]Page Scan
57Across life's sea, thro' calm and storm[Across life's sea, thro' calm and storm]
58Are there crosses too heavy to carry[Are there crosses too heavy to carry]
59Nobody knows when we are tried[Nobody knows when we are tried]
60Many years I longed for rest[Many years I longed for rest]
61Oh, the clanging bells of Time[Oh, the clanging bells of Time]
62A Saviour of infinite love I have found[A Saviour of infinite love I have found]
63Why should I murmur and sigh in my heart[Why should I murmur and sigh in my heart]
64There is a balm for ev'ry woe and care[There is a balm for ev'ry woe and care]
65Love came down and died for sin[Love came down and died for sin]Text
66"Go quickly" and tell the glad story["Go quickly" and tell the glad story]
67Some fear the bending of life's river[Some fear the bending of life's river]
68Hark! the Master still is calling[Hark! the Master still is calling]
69Oh, it surely will be lovely in the morning[Oh, it surely will be lovely in the morning]
70Hear my pray'r, O blessed Saviour, while I tarry[Hear my pray'r, O blessed Saviour, while I tarry]
71An open door, an empty tomb[An open door, an empty tomb]
72My home is where my heart is[My home is where my heart is]
73When we view the golden sunset[When we view the golden sunset]
74Christ is risen, life doth reign[Christ is risen, life doth reign]
75Always I'm ready and willing[Always I'm ready and willing]
76For all the joys that 'tend my way[For all the joys that 'tend my way]
77There's a pattern in the heavens for my life down here on earth[There's a pattern in the heavens for my life down here on earth]
78Lord, let me die to selfish desires[Lord, let me die to selfish desires]Page Scan
79The day may lose its sunshine and song[The day may lose its sunshine and song]
80There was no joy until I found my Saviour[There was no joy until I found my Saviour]
81Thou didst call me, dear Lord, when I wandered alone[Thou didst call me, dear Lord, when I wandered alone]
82Lord, I will follow anywhere[Lord, I will follow anywhere]
83There's only One who understands[There's only One who understands]
84One sat alone beside the highway begging[One sat alone beside the highway begging]
85A pilgrim am I and a stranger[A pilgrim am I and a stranger]TextPage ScanAudio
86There is mercy full and free[There is mercy full and free]Page Scan
87Long my stubborn will kept saying to the Master[Long my stubborn will kept saying to the Master]Page Scan
88Thou my everlasting Portion[Thou my everlasting Portion]Page Scan
89Eternity is calling you[Eternity is calling you]TextPage ScanAudio
90In Jesus I found such a wonderful friend[In Jesus I found such a wonderful friend]TextPage ScanAudio
91One ship drives east and one drives west[One ship drives east and one drives west]TextPage ScanAudio
92Since I'm bound for my home in the skies[Since I'm bound for my home in the skies]
93A Saviour have I more precious to me[A Saviour have I more precious to me]
94O wonderful story true[O wonderful story true]TextPage ScanAudio
95After the shadows cometh the sunshine[After the shadows cometh the sunshine]TextPage ScanAudio
96Work, for the night is coming[Work, for the night is coming]Page Scan
97Once our blessed Christ of beauty[Once our blessed Christ of beauty]Page Scan
98I sail today a sea[I sail today a sea]
99If the roses had no petals[If the roses had no petals]Page Scan
100When shades of night are falling[When shades of night are falling]TextPage ScanAudio
101If you ever get discouraged with the work you have to do[If you ever get discouraged with the work you have to do]

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