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John and Lucy Bava Sing for Times Like These

Editor: J. Bava
Publisher: John Bava, Davis, W.V., 1962
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d1A Christian man lay dying
d2Blessed Jesus guide me
d3Christ, our Redeemer, died on the cross
d4God told Jonah to go down to Ninevah
d5House and land I may not own
d6How often you long for the treasure you see
d7How wonderful it is to know Jesus
d8I want to be like Jesus, be pure
d9I'd like to have been on this earth long
d10If you'll watch the ocean
d11I'll lay down my cross
d12In sin once I wandered
d13In sorrow and in sin was I
d14In the Bible Jesus told
d15In this old world as I roam
d16In times like these you need a Savior
d17Is your house set in order
d18Jesus is our Savior who died
d19Judas betrayed my Lord
d20Let Jesus be your partner
d21Living below in this old sinful world
d22Now I'm just a tired, weary cowboy
d23O when I get to heaven I wonder
d24Often I've watched the clouds
d25Sing the wondrous love of Jesus, sing his mercy
d26Some day I'll leave this old world
d27The night may be dark, but why fear
d28The night was dark and stormy
d29There was one on Calvary's hill
d30There's a call comes ringing o'er the restless wave
d31There's a place that is dear
d32There's a question that I o'er and o'er have pondered
d33There's a stream that is flowing
d34This house of clay
d35This world is one great battlefield
d36This world we're living in
d37To see my Savior's face will be enough
d38When I walk with Jesus, 'Tis then
d39When I was sad and all
d40When Noah took his family
d41When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time
d42Would you be free from the [your] burden of sin
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