Norman Clayton's Favorites No. 1

Publisher: Norman Clayton Pub. Co., Great Barrington, Mass., 1957
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d1Away in the wild one lone sheep had strayed
d2Beyond the sunset, O blissful morning
d3Bowed with the weight of sin and shame
d4Christ is risen, Christ is risen, Tell the joyful news today
d5Come, all ye weary oppressed
d6Dark is the night and cold, Fierce is the storm and bold
d7Do trials often grieve your heart
d8Down from his glory, Ever living story
d9Drifting carelessly with the tide
d10Fairest of ten thousand is Jesus
d11Far dearer than all that the world can impart
d12Fathomless love, what a wondrous theme
d13God understands your sorrow
d14God's tomorrow is a day of gladness
d15God's way is the best way
d16Hear the Lord of harvest sweetly calling
d17How desolate my life would be
d18I am not worthy of the least of his favor
d19I am weak but thou art strong
d20I do not know how One so high and glorious
d21I do not know the depth [depths] of Jesus' love
d22I do not know, why [how] oft round me
d23I have walked alone with Jesus
d24I hear my dying Savior say, follow me
d25I must tell others the story
d26I saw one hanging on a [the] tree
d27I see a cross through a gateway of prayer
d28I stand all amazed at the love
d29I trust in God wherever I may be
d30I was drifting away on life's pitiless sea
d31I was lost in sin but Jesus rescued me
d32I was straying when Christ found me
d33I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus
d34If when you give the best of your service
d35If you could know how Jesus loves you
d36I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry
d37In fancy I stood by the shore
d38In shady green pastures
d39Is there someone who can meet my need
d40It was alone the Savior prayed in dark Gethsemene
d41It was His love for me
d42Jesus alone could bring salvation
d43Jesus has promised my Shepherd to be
d44Jesus, my Lord, will love me forever
d45Jesus will walk with me down through the valley
d46Lift up your eyes to Calvary
d47Love sent my Savior to die in my stead
d48My Father is omnipotent, and that you can't deny
d49My life was full of sorrow
d50My Lord has garments so wondrous fine
d51My only hope must be in Jesus
d52No one knows how long the journey
d53No one understands like Jesus
d54O how well do I remember
d55O Lord most high, thou holy God and Savior
d56O shout the tidings far and near
d57O soul, are you troubled with doubting and fear
d58On Calvary alone he died
d59Once I was far from my Lord away
d60One sat alone beside the highway begging
d61Only to be what he wants me to be
d62Our blessed Lord was smitten on the cross
d63Some glorious morning sorrow will cease
d64Somehow I know that Christ is mine
d65Sometimes, when my faith would falter
d66Somewhere a brother was bowed down with care
d67The love of God is greater far
d68The service of Jesus true pleasure affords
d69The vain regrets of yesterday
d70The world says I'm dreaming, but I know 'tis Jesus
d71There have been names that I have loved to hear
d72There is a name to me so dear
d73There is therefore now no condemnation
d74There may be tears to shed as we travel home
d75There was [is] one who was willing to die in my stead
d76There'll be light in the sky, from the palace on high
d77There's a garden where Jesus is waiting
d78There's a line that is drawn by rejecting our Lord
d79There's a wonderful name, 'tis Jesus
d80There's the wonder of sunset at evening
d81Trust in the lord with all thine heart
d82'Twas the dark, lonely hour of midnight
d83Up Calvary's mountain one dreadful morn
d84We shall see his lovely face
d85When comes to the weary a blessed release
d86When I am weary from toil and care
d87When I shall come to the end of my way
d88When the brightest star has faded
d89When we reach the land of light
d90When your heart is aching, turn to Jesus
d91Who can cheer the heart like Jesus
d92Why should I feel discouraged
d93You cannot hide from God
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