The Little Harp

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Editor: Caroline Leonard Goodenough
Publisher: A. G. Cummings, Oberlin, Oh., 1912
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d1Down at the cross where my [the] Savior died
d2For me, for me, within this lonely glen
d3God be praised for nights and Sundays
d4God, who hast crowned our lives with love
d5He walks among the churches still
d6I must have the smile of Jesus
d7I wanted to be busy
d8I'll follow Jesus, my beloved Lord
d9I'm a little soldier of the King
d10In the caravan that treasure laden
d11Instinctively my heart doth turn
d12Jesus Christ hath died for me
d13Lo the battle clash of darkness
d14Lord, thou hast promised to supply my need
d15My beloved has come to his garden
d16My Jesus to thy circling arm
d17Night and storm were upon my heart
d18O consecrate thyself today
d19O how sweet my precious Savior
d20Our God is a consuming fire
d21Peace of the heart, its only rest
d22Pilgrim, knocking late and lone
d23Savior, to Thee I bring my little cup
d24See the solemn light is dawning
d25Since Father rules in love, why not be happy
d26Sweet is thy fellowship, O mighty Savior
d27The Lord of the harvest doth cry to the reapers
d28'Tis in the pregnant dusk of the dawn
d29When I am given grace to pour
d30When we come to know the story
d31Where is the burden of sin that lay
d32Ye have dwelt long enough at this mountain
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