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Joy Bells of Heaven

Editor: C. E. Leslie
Publisher: Chicago Music Co., Chicago, Ill., 1886
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d1Abide in His love
d2Awake, awake, the Master now is calling
d3Awake my soul, stretch every nerve
d4Be faithful while journeying onward
d5Beautiful sounds on the evening air
d6Blessed Redeemer, lowly we're kneeling
d7Blessed thought, when life is done
d8By the river of life when the tide rolls fast
d9Care shall no longer rest over the Spirit
d10Catch the sunbeams e'er they vanish
d11Children singing, softly sing
d12Christ is knocking at my sad heart
d13Christian, seek not yet repose
d14Christmas bells are sweetly chiming
d15Darkness was upon the waters
d16God bless our native land, Firm may she
d17God of our salvation, Grant thy love divine
d18Have a purpose, do not waver
d19Have you left all your sins at the cross
d20Hearken to the message, sent from heaven above
d21How dense has been the night
d22How sweet are thy words to my taste
d23I am drifting down the stream of time
d24I know there's a home for the good that labor here
d25I will confide in Jesus
d26I will try to be a soldier of the cross
d27I'll not give up the Bible
d28I'm a pilgrim bound for Zion's happy shore
d29In seasons of grief to my God I'll repair
d30In that glorious morning bright
d31Jesus, gentle Savior, Ever meek and mild
d32Jesus has something for children to do
d33Jesus meek and lowly, ever shall we pray
d34Jesus my Savior, look thou on me
d35Jesus, tender shepherd, hear us
d36Just before the morn is breaking
d37Let me cling to thee, O Rock of ages
d38Let the holy name of Jesus
d39Let us sweetly sing, of our Savior king
d40Let your words awake sweet echoes
d41Life has much of sun and shadow
d42Life is passing, quickly passing
d43List, to the chime, 'tis holy time
d44Little children, come to Jesus
d45Lo the plains of Sinai tremble
d46Lord, we would draw near to thee
d47Now the Savior stands [standeth] [standing] a-pleading [and pleading]
d48O, dear to the heart of the Shepherd
d49O glory to God, it is coming again
d50O have you not heard of a [that] beautiful stream
d51O list to the call
d52O meet me on the other side
d53Once again our Christmas carols
d54Once I heard a footstep, twas Jesus at the door
d55Only a word from the Savior
d56Open the door for the children
d57Poor and needy though I be
d58Rise above your troubles
d59Savior, lead me, lest I stray, gently lead
d60Savior, teach me, day by day, love's sweet lesson to obey
d61Scatter bright smiles all around you
d62Sing of Jesus' love forever
d63Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling
d64Souls, awake, delay no longer
d65Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness
d66Sowing the tares, when it might have been wheat
d67Spurn me not, O loving Savior
d68Stronger than the love of father
d69Take my hand and I will guide thee
d70Take thy cross though faint and weary
d71Tenderly Jesus is calling today
d72The comforter, the Holy Ghost
d73The joy bells of heaven are ringing
d74The Lord is my Shepherd, My Keeper and Guide
d75The pathway of life is before me
d76There is no joy but in Jesus
d77There's a beautiful land far away
d78There's a rock in the midst of the desert
d79There's not a tint that paints the rose
d80Though the paths be rough and steep
d81Toil on, brother, though the shadows
d82We are on our march to glory
d83We have heard thy gentle voice, O blessed
d84We will go in the strength of the Master
d85We will love Jesus, for we know
d86Weary as with closing eye
d87We'll tarry by the living waters
d88What will your record be
d89When Jesus shall make up his jewels
d90When my work is finished
d91When our eager longing spirits
d92When the blessed Master left our world
d93When the mists have [mist has] rolled in splendor
d94When we all meet at home in the morning
d95When we reach the home in glory
d96Why delay to come to Jesus
d97Why not come to Jesus
d98Will you come, one and all, to the Lamb
d99Yet there is room for thy small [young] [dear] feet
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