Jewels of Praise for Religious Assemblies

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Editor: John McPherson
Publisher: J. M. Russell, Boston, Mass., 1881
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d1By and by, when toils are ended
d2Come let us lift our voices high, High as our joys arise
d3Come to the fountain, sinner
d4How oft, alas, this [our] wretched [sinful] [wicked] heart
d5I am going home by and by
d6I am thinking of rest on a summerlike shore
d7I am traveling for a land
d8I had wandered far away, and my heart
d9I know not how soon God will call me
d10I love to sing glad praises
d11Jesus invites you, sinner, to come
d12Jesus is calling, come unto me, Hearken, O
d13Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly
d14Jewels of praise, go cheer up the weary
d15Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d16Now we meet to join in singing praises
d17O sacred spot, O hallowed place
d18O, soon we shall cross o'er the river
d19O what a happy greeting
d20Of Christ alone my song shall be
d21Over the valleys, hilltops and mountains
d22Shall we meet with those up yonder
d23Still there is pardon for thee
d24Sweet summer land so far away
d25The blessed Savior died for me
d26The time for parting now has come we leave
d27There is a land of grand delight
d28Though we grope along mid life's changing throng
d29We are sojourners here as we wander
d30We have heard thy gentle voice, O blessed
d31Weary of sinning, I fall at thy feet
d32When life's labors all are ended
d33Ye Christian heroes [heralds], go proclaim
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