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Melodies of Grace and Truth

Editor: R. F. Beveridge
Publisher: William M'Ewan/R. F. Beveridge, Lawrence, Mass./Glasgow, Scotland, 1908
Language: English
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
1We sing of a precious old story[We sing of a precious old story]Text
2The stroke of God for my sins fell[The stroke of God for my sins fell]Text
3In the fight, say, does your heart grow weary?[In the fight, say, does your heart grow weary?]
4I hope to meet you all in glory[I hope to meet you all in glory]
5Saviour, source of ev'ry blessing[Saviour, source of ev'ry blessing]Text
6I am standing outside thy door tonight[I am standing outside thy door tonight]Text
7When we're weary, sad, and lonely[When we're weary, sad, and lonely]Text
8The perfect righteousness of God[The perfect righteousness of God]
9I hear the voice of JesusText
10I could not do without Thee[I could not do without Thee]
11I love to tell the story[I love to tell the story]
12I once was a stranger to grace and to GodST. CLEMENT
13How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord
14True hearted, whole hearted, faithful and loyal[True hearted, whole hearted, faithful and loyal]
15Come, sinner, behold what Jesus hath done[Come, sinner, behold what Jesus hath done]
16Not one step more, Heav'nly Father[Not one step more, Heav'nly Father]Text
17Oh, teach me what it meanethWILLIAMWOOD
18Jesus, Who once for us did'st bleedCRUX CRUDELISText
19See God's mercy brightly beaming[See God's mercy brightly beaming]Text
20O'er life's dark and stormy waters[O'er life's dark and stormy waters]Text
21I love to tell the story[I love to tell the story]
22I am so glad that our Father in heaven
23Who knocketh now at the wicket gate?[Who knocketh now at the wicket gate?]
24Hear the voice of the Saviour, oh ye who are weary[Hear the voice of the Saviour, oh ye who are weary]
25I hear the sweet welcome, the echoes awakingText
26He was made sin, the curse he took[He was made sin, the curse he took]Text
27My times are in Thy handDENNIS
28When the weary seeking restINTERCESSION
29When sorrow and storms are besetting my track[When sorrow and storms are besetting my track]
30I love to think of Christ, my King[I love to think of Christ, my King]
31Thou art the Everlasting Word[Thou art the Everlasting Word]
32O Love that wilt not let me goST. MARGARET
33Had we only sunshine all the year around[Had we only sunshine all the year around]
34Oh, come, all ye faithfulADESTE FIDELIS
35Late, late, too late! ye cannot enter in[Late, late, too late! ye cannot enter in]Text
36Are you ready for the coming of the Master?[Are you ready for the coming of the Master?]Text
37In the land beyond the storm clouds[In the land beyond the storm clouds]Text
38In that beautiful land when the Saviour's adored[In that beautiful land when the Saviour's adored]Text
39In the battlefield of life there is long and bitter strife[In the battlefield of life there is long and bitter strife]Text
40Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearMARGARET
41Blessed Redeemer, Thou art all in all to me[Blessed Redeemer, Thou art all in all to me]Text
42I had wander'd far away[I had wander'd far away]
43Lo! the Saviour now ascendeth[Lo the Saviour now ascendeth]Text
44'Tis a wonderful story I'm telling['Tis a wonderful story I'm telling]Text
45Nothing to pay! ah, nothing to pay![Nothing to pay! ah, nothing to pay!]
46While others sing their "songs of love and war"[While others sing their "songs of love and war"]Text
47O sinner, the Saviour is calling for thee[O sinner, the Saviour is calling for thee]
48Saviour, hear me, while before Thy feet[Saviour, hear me, while before Thy feet]
49"Man of sorrows," what a name["Man of sorrows," what a name]
50Cheer up my brother, sister, the world may laugh at you[Cheer up my brother, sister, the world may laugh at you]Text
51Once I was far from Jesus, a stranger to His grace[Once I was far from Jesus, a stranger to His grace]Text
52Down at the cross on Calv'ry's mountain[Down at the cross on Calv'ry's mountain]
53Loved with everlasting love[Loved with everlasting love]
54Jesus, fairest of the fair[Jesus, fairest of the fair]
55Praise, praise ye the name of Jehovah, our God[Praise, praise ye the name of Jehovah, our God]
56Much of what this world can boast[Much of what this world can boast]Text
57When I survey the wondrous cross[When I survey the wondrous cross]
58Lost on the pathway of sin's bitter nightfall[Lost on the pathway of sin's bitter nightfall]Text
59Oh, wonderful ransom, His own precious blood[Oh, wonderful ransom, His own precious blood]
60To the fountain of Jesus' blood[To the fountain of Jesus' blood]Text
61O what wilt thou do when thy feet are slipping[O what wilt thou do when thy feet are slipping]
62Now in a song of grateful praise[Now in a song of grateful praise]
63Jesus, lover of my soulHOLLINGSIDE
64When I would count my blessings[When I would count my blessings]
65I heard the voice of Jesus say[I heard the voice of Jesus say]
66Jesus is waiting, His mercy to show[Jesus is waiting, His mercy to show]
67We are soldiers of the King[We are soldiers of the King]
68In the hour of trial[In the hour of trial]
69Darkest midnight is around us, and the world is wrapt in gloom[Darkest midnight is around us, and the world is wrapt in gloom]
70I think, when I read that sweet story of oldCHILDREN'S HYMN
71It pleas'd the Lord to bruise his only Son on Calvary[It pleas'd the Lord to bruise his only Son on Calvary]
72A land there is beyond the sky[A land there is beyond the sky]
73In times of doubt and care[In times of doubt and care]
74A wonderful Saviour is Jesus to me[A wonderful Saviour is Jesus to me]
75I cannot sing my old songs, my heart is not my own[I cannot sing my old songs, my heart is not my own]
76After the Christian's tears[After the Christian's tears]
77Have you heard the Saviour knocking at your sin-filled heart[Have you heard the Saviour knocking at your sin-filled heart]
78Will you open the door of your heart to-night?[Will you open the door of your heart to-night?]
79Out upon life's ocean, driven far from shore[Out upon life's ocean, driven far from shore]
80O'er the heaving ocean, thro' the dashing foam[O'er the heaving ocean, thro' the dashing foam]
81At the hallelujah meeting, over on the golden shore[At the hallelujah meeting, over on the golden shore]
82Sinner, if you pass death's portal[Sinner, if you pass death's portal]
83Tell out the gospel story to sinners far and near[Tell out the gospel story to sinners far and near]
84Jesus is calling, O sinner, for thee[Jesus is calling, O sinner, for thee]
85Suffering Saviour on the tree[Suffering Saviour on the tree]
86Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear[Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear]
87Will you from your God and heaven[Will you from your God and heaven]
88Weary of sin, heavy laden soul[Weary of sin, heavy laden soul]
89Dear Lord, I yield to Thee my "heart"[Dear Lord, I yield to Thee my "heart"]
90All hail the pow'r of Jesus' nameDIADEM
91Once I wandered far from Jesus, knowing not His grace divne[Once I wandered far from Jesus, knowing not His grace divne]
92I have heard a sweet story of love full and free[I have heard a sweet story of love full and free]
93Just on the threshold! oh! why not come in[Just on the threshold! oh! why not come in]
94Oh, for a thousand tongues to singLYNGHAM
95How sweet is the love of my Saviour![How sweet is the love of my Saviour!]
96The billows of Jordan are swelling[The billows of Jordan are swelling]
97Loving Saviour, be Thou near me[Loving Saviour, be Thou near me]
98Over the billows drifting, drifting[Over the billows drifting, drifting]Text Info
99Have you read the story of the Cross[Have you read the story of the Cross]
100You may have the joy-bells ringing in your heart[You may have the joy-bells ringing in your heart]

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