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Kingdom Songs: for use in the Sunday School, the young people's meeting, the devotional service

Editor: C. Harold Lowden, Rev. Rufus. W. Miller, d. D.
Publisher: Heidelberg Press, Philadelphia, 1914
Language: English
Notes: Page scan is missing hymns #225-226
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1Thy kingdom is a glorious kingdomPage Scan
2Hark to the buglePage Scan
3Change and decay on all belowPage Scan
4O shout, shout the praises of our Lord and KingPage Scan
5Where the fight is hardestPage Scan
6On the Rock of agesPage Scan
7Lord, for tomorrow and its needsPage Scan
8There's One above all othersPage Scan
9Jesus calls us: o'er the tumultPage Scan
10This day shall be God's day as I go alongPage Scan
11Standing on the promises of Christ our KingPage Scan
12Tho' you have not like others the prophetic giftPage Scan
13In his army we are marchingPage Scan
14Hark! hark, my soul! angelic songs are swellingPage Scan
15Though trials surround you, and dark is the wayPage Scan
16Jesus may come todayPage Scan
17God takes care of the rosesPage Scan
18Just go on and do not worryPage Scan
19I'm joyously singing, as onward I goPage Scan
20O clap your hands, O clap your hands ye peoplePage Scan
21Would you know the joy of service as the subject of a King?Page Scan
22Let the joy-bells ring while we gather in His namePage Scan
23Stand up!-- stand up for Jesus!Page Scan
24To arms, to arms, ye loyal ones!Page Scan
25I regret the mistakes I have madePage Scan
26God is with us, God is with us, tho' His face we cannot seePage Scan
27Do not turn from Christ awayPage Scan
28Awake, awake! the Master now is calling usPage Scan
29How kind is His heart, how strong in His armPage Scan
30All my life is fill'd with sunshine, there is gladness in my soulPage Scan
31On the cross, that He might redeem usPage Scan
32Sabbath bells are pealing soft and clearPage Scan
33Faint with the heat and the length of the roadPage Scan
34Go forth! go forth for Jesus now!Page Scan
35The winning fight is always to the rightPage Scan
36Be not swift to go ere the path you knowPage Scan
37Stand firm for the Lord and rightPage Scan
38Sing as you journey, gladden the wayPage Scan
39Are you tempted and tried each passing day?Page Scan
40When Christ alone shall reign in the world of sinPage Scan
41O, where is He, that Holly OnePage Scan
42Lead us onward, ever onwardPage Scan
43God of our fathers, whose almighty handPage Scan
44Happy notes of joy ev'ry tongue employPage Scan
45Thine be the praise, O Lord of Hosts eternalPage Scan
46Conquer the world by kindnessPage Scan
47Take my life, and let it bePage Scan
48Oh, what gladness there will bePage Scan
49We shall do so much in the years to comePage Scan
50Conquering now and still to conquerPage Scan
51Afar seems the Homeland and faint comes its callPage Scan
52Here is sweet concord unitedPage Scan
53Be not dismayed whate'er betidePage Scan
54"Go and sow beside all waters!"Page Scan
55A shining world of flow'rs belowPage Scan
56We're sailing, we're sailingPage Scan
57In the distant lands souls benighted dwellPage Scan
58'Tis easy to fret over over troublesPage Scan
59The Word is like a garden, LordPage Scan
60How often as thro' this dark valley I roamPage Scan
61God has been good to us, giving His wordPage Scan
62The whole wide world for JesusPage Scan
63Jesus is all the world to mePage Scan
64"What ye do for one of these," says JesusPage Scan
65There's no love to me like the love of JesusPage Scan
66There's a call that comes ringingPage Scan
67How He loved me, how Jesus loved mePage Scan
68We will follow in His footstepsPage Scan
69Gracious Lord and MasterPage Scan
70Driving the foe before us, we are presssing onPage Scan
71Come, Thou Almighty KingPage Scan
72Homeward bound! a restless ocean crossingPage Scan
73Softly and tenderly Jesus is callingPage Scan
74Joy fills my soul todayPage Scan
75I have a blessed SaviourPage Scan
76Never mind the darknessPage Scan
77No Christ means no salvationPage Scan
78Faithful remain to your Saviour and LordPage Scan
79Glad songs of redemption today we singPage Scan
80Tho' shadows fall on the path I treadPage Scan
81From all the dark placesPage Scan
82There is joy in all that we can find to doPage Scan
83In the name of Christ our KingPage Scan
84Out among the reapers, bearing sheaves awayPage Scan
85We have heard a joyful soundPage Scan
86Guarded by my Father's lovePage Scan
87To Jesus my all I resignPage Scan
88Hark to the sound of voices!Page Scan
89Serve the Lord with gladnessPage Scan
90We're a band of christian soldiersPage Scan
91Just a kind word for JesusPage Scan
92Far and near the fields are goldenPage Scan
93It may not be on the mountain’s heightPage Scan
94Jesus is calling thee, sinner todayPage Scan
95You know that you need the dear Saviour of menPage Scan
96Ended fore'er is life's sorrowful nightPage Scan
97"What manner of man is this"Page Scan
98Jesus has sav'd you from darkness and sinPage Scan
99God be with you till we meet againPage Scan
100Where He may send me, there will I goPage Scan

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