Mizpah, a Book of Special Songs and Choruses

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Editor: Dorothy Dobbins Dake
Publisher: Dorothy Dobbins Dake, Bristol, Tenn., 1941
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d1After the storm is over, and after my race is run
d2Because mankind partook of sin
d3From the crowds far away
d4Give of your best to the Master, Give of the strength
d5I cannot afford a mansion
d6I feel at the feet of Jesus
d7I have a dear loving mother
d8I have made my choice forever 'twixt this world
d9I heard that the life of the Savior
d10I'm in love with my Savior
d11Is there a heart that is waiting
d12Kneel at the cross, Christ will meet you there
d13My Father's Bible has truth
d14Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d15O thou whose arm is strong and bare
d16Outside the fold tonight
d17Soul in sin, why longer stray
d18The Christ of great, infinite mercy
d19The hand that was riven is reaching to you
d20The Master stood in his garden
d21The Potter desired a masterpiece
d22The stranger of Galilee has long been a friend
d23There's a land of pure delight
d24Tonight my thoughts have turned to home
d25'Twas the brightest morn That had ever borne
d26Twilight is falling [stealing] over the sea
d27Upon a cross, a cruel cross
d28We may sing of our Redeemer
d29You ask why I love and adore Jesus
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