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Jewel Songs: suitable for all kinds of religious services

Editor: Mr. John T. Benson, Mrs. John T. Benson
Publisher: Pentecostal Mission Pub. Co., Nashville, 1910
Language: Latin
Notes: #33 and #34 are missing
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1To Hs dear voice I listenedPage Scan
2O magnify the Lord with mePage Scan
3I would be Thine, O LordPage Scan
4Oh ye dwellers in the lowlands drearyPage Scan
5Oft I hear a gentle whisper o'er me stealingPage Scan
6I'm a servant of God, redeemed by gracePage Scan
7I came to Jesus, weary, worn and sadPage Scan
8On the great eternal morning, when we'll hear the trumpet blastPage Scan
9O Thou Lover of my soulPage Scan
10To the power of evil I once was a slavePage Scan
11I was full of sin, Now I'm pure withinPage Scan
12I once was a sinner, but I camePage Scan
13Out of the depths of sin and despairPage Scan
14There is a name of wondrous sweetnessPage Scan
15Once for all the Savior diedPage Scan
16On the mount stood Elijah, the brave man of GodPage Scan
17Since my sins have been forgiv'nPage Scan
18Commissioned by the Lord are wePage Scan
19Sins of years are washed awayPage Scan
20Marching forward in the name of GodPage Scan
21I once could not see the dear SaviorPage Scan
22I'm invited to a supperPage Scan
23Once I did not know the SaviorPage Scan
24Blessed day when we shall see our great RedeemerPage Scan
25Cheer, ye faithful children of the gospel lightPage Scan
26I'm saved by the blood of the SaviorPage Scan
27I must lay this body down and soar awayPage Scan
28There's within my heart a melodyPage Scan
29Never be afraid to speak for JesusPage Scan
30My soul is filled with joy and gladnessPage Scan
31I was once in Egypt's bondagePage Scan
32I love to tell the story, How Christ, the King of GloryPage Scan
35O the promises of GodPage Scan
36Come and join the royal armyPage Scan
37Lo! a mighty host, with the Holy GhostPage Scan
38A crown of thorns my Savior wore[A crown of thorns my Savior wore]TextPage Scan
39In the days of old, of which we are toldPage Scan
40Lord, I have started to walk in the lightPage Scan
41Are you free to work for Jesus?Page Scan
42Trusting Thee, whatever betidePage Scan
43I'll never let go of JesusPage Scan
44Lord, I hear of show'rs of blessingPage Scan
45I am all on the altarPage Scan
46I've received an invitation from the glorious King of kingsPage Scan
47When pangs of death seized on my soulPage Scan
48I'll go all the way with my SaviorPage Scan
49When I saw the cleansing fountainPage Scan
50Never give away to sorrowPage Scan
51In the shelter of the Rock of AgesPage Scan
52Long my feet had wandered on in paths of follyPage Scan
53Blessed Savior, draw me nearerPage Scan
54There is joy in the heart of the one who is savedPage Scan
55I gave My life for theePage Scan
56I am on my way to heaven where the saints are robed in whitePage Scan
57I am going on with JesusPage Scan
58I wandered through the wildernessPage Scan
59Are you on the upgrade, climbing ev'ry dayPage Scan
60Jesus saves! oh, this is God's wordPage Scan
61In the great triumphant morning, when we hear the Bridegroom cryPage Scan
62O the old house at home where my forfathers dweltPage Scan
63I'm a pilgrim bound for heavenPage Scan
64I am living, daily living neath the shelter of His gracePage Scan
65John said of Christ, to the surprisePage Scan
66When you get to heaven, as you surely willPage Scan
67I remember when my burdens rolled awayPage Scan
68Upon life's boundless ocean where mighty billows rollPage Scan
69I cannot tell thee whence it camePage Scan
70I am watching for the coming of my Savior and my KingPage Scan
71Dark clouds may often hide the goalPage Scan
72My feet were once in the miry clayPage Scan
73Hide me, O Savior, holy and truePage Scan
74I have left the land of death and sinPage Scan
75I know not how my SaviorPage Scan
76Just look over yonder what I seePage Scan
77What a fellowship, what a joy divinePage Scan
78O sinner, see the Saviour At Mercy's open gate!Page Scan
79O do not let the word departPage Scan
80Long I have wandered far away from my LordPage Scan
81O I love to walk with JesusPage Scan
82Come, soul, and find thy restPage Scan
83There's a country fair we may see some dayPage Scan
84Come, humble sinner, in whose breastPage Scan
85Weary one, Jesus is calling to restPage Scan
86When judgment day is drawing nighPage Scan
87Oh, are you denying the MasterPage Scan
88Oh, why not say Yes to the Savior tonight?Page Scan
89I heard my loving Saviour sayPage Scan
90God calling yet! shall I not hear?Page Scan
91What can wash away my sin?Page Scan
92Hear the blessed Saviour calling the oppressedPage Scan
93"Almost persuaded" now to believePage Scan
94Softly and tenderly Jesus is callingPage Scan
95Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power?Page Scan
96There's a great day coming, A great day comingPage Scan
97Come to Jesus, come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just nowPage Scan
98While Jesus whispers to youPage Scan
99Come ev'ry soul by sin oppressedPage Scan
100Loving Savior, hear my cryPage Scan
101There is a fountain fill'd with bloodPage Scan
102Just as I am! without one pleaPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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