Mountainbrook Melodies

Publisher: Zondervan Pub. House, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1956
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d1A new day dawns in beauty fair
d2A thousand times I've said
d3All my life long I had panted
d4Anybody feeling sad, so discouraged, too?
d5Great are the beauties that nature affords us
d6Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, Early
d7How can I still refuse him
d8I one time felt a pity for the Christians
d9If I have Christ, what storm shall break
d10It was good for our fathers [mothers] [poor old Daniel] [the apostles]
d11Jesus is enough for me
d12Let every happy Christian join in singing now
d13Little lost lamb you have gone astray
d14Movin' day, movin' day, Everybody's goin' to have
d15My way of life was dark as night
d16Not his own, not his own, but the Father's will
d17O get ready for Christ's coming in the sky
d18O Lord, the tempest rages, it is dark
d19O 'tis well worth while, to keep smiling
d20O yes, I'm a stranger here
d21Of all the love that man has known
d22One day in Cana long ago
d23Sadly I wandered the paths of sin
d24The deep well of faith will never run dry
d25The love of God how great the thought
d26The wicked are like the troubled sea
d27The wondrous love of Jesus sweetly fills my
d28There are times when life seems to be in vain
d29What shall I do, what shall I do, the rich man
d30When day dawns bright and fair
d31When first I was converted
d32When morning gilds the skies
d33When on the raging seas of life
d34You'll never have a friend like Jesus
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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