Melodies of Life

Editor: Norman John Clayton
Publisher: Gospel Songs, Inc., New York, N.Y., 1946
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d1Beyond the sunset, O blissful morning
d2Come, ye weary and oppressed, Come to Christ
d3Far away in the depths of my spirit tonight
d4Friends around may stop and wonder
d5God forbid that I should glory Save in Christ, my Lord and King
d6He left the heavenly hills above
d7How I love the Bible, 'tis God's message
d8I belong to the King, I'm a child of his love
d9I have found in the Redeemer all my heart
d10I see a cross through a gateway of prayer
d11I was once a sinner, but I came
d12I was straying when Christ found me
d13If I gained the world
d14In sin I wandered seeking a song
d15It was alone the Savior prayed in dark Gethsemene
d16Jesus calls me, I must follow
d17Jesus, my Lord, will love me forever
d18Jesus sought and found me, weary and distressed
d19Just to be faithful in things that are small
d20Lead me gently home, Father
d21Let me walk day by day with the Savior
d22Lift up your eyes to Calvary
d23Lord, take my life and make it wholly thine
d24My Savior left his glory home
d25My soul has found its music
d26No one knows how long the journey
d27No word can express what my heart has found
d28O ye who are troubled and burdened by sin
d29On Calvary alone he died
d30Once I was far from my Lord away
d31Once my heart was troubled with its sin
d32One sat alone beside the highway begging
d33Out in the highways and by ways of life
d34Precious Lord, take my hand
d35She touched but the hem of his garment
d36Someone around you is dreary
d37Somewhere a soul is pining
d38The love of God is greater far
d39The shadows of the evening were upon the
d40There's a light in the sky
d41There's a melody that's so sweet to me
d42There's no disappointment in Jesus
d43They say he is wonderful
d44Trust in the lord with all thine heart
d45Walking in sunlight all of my journey
d46We shall see his lovely face
d47What shall I give thee, Master
d48When I think of my Savior's great love
d49When o'ercome by worldly foes
d50Yet a little while, O blissful thought
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