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Norman Clayton's Favorites No. 2

Publisher: Norman Clayton Pub. Co., Great Barrington, Mass., 1959
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d1A blessed fellowship my soul has found
d2A new commandment give I unto you
d3After the night of sorrow
d4After the toil and the heat of the day
d5All the darkness of the night
d6All through the day he watches over me
d7An angel brought it down from heaven
d8Are the days of long ago far sweeter
d9Day by day, and with each passing moment
d10Every time I see a rainbow
d11Friend, if your troubled heart longs for peace
d12From his home of splendor and glory
d13God has shown his loving face
d14He calls his sheep by name
d15He lives, the Savior lives
d16How dark and dreary was my way
d17How I love the Bible, 'tis God's message
d18How wondrous the story of infinite love
d19Hungry, lonesome, worried, distressed
d20I have found a hiding place when sore distrest [distressed]
d21I heard there was a cleansing fount
d22I know a name that can drive away all sorrow
d23I never walk alone, I have a [the] Savior
d24I see God's hand in every blushing rose
d25I walked one day along a country road
d26I was drifting on life's stormy sea
d27I was once a sinner, but I came
d28If I gained the world
d29If I have wounded any soul today
d30I'll trust in God though shadows mark the way
d31In deepest misery, by God forsaken
d32In my heart there's joys as I travel on
d33In the morning, in the evening
d34In times like these you need a Savior
d35I've found a refuge where none can molest
d36Jesus, my Savior, is able to guide
d37Jesus was rich, he became poor
d38Jesus was wounded and bruised on the tree
d39Just because He loved me
d40King of my life, I crown thee now
d41Lead me gently home, Father
d42Like a strain of sweetest music
d43Like the fragrance of flowers
d44Love led the Savior, in days long ago
d45Mankind is searching every day
d46Message all glorious, wonderful to tell
d47Music in my heart is ringing
d48My heart overflows with praise unto God
d49My hope is in the Lord who gave himself for me
d50My Jesus [Savior], I love thee, I know thou art mine
d51My sins have been cast in the depths of the sea
d52My sins were a burden so heavy to bear
d53My soul has found its music
d54Never fear though shadows dark around your path may fall
d55No greater love could I e'er know
d56No room in thy life for the Savior
d57O Jesus, my Savior, how wonderful thou art
d58O soul, are you weary and troubled
d59O the wonderful hands of Jesus
d60O ye who are troubled and burdened by sin
d61Only a touch of thy hand, dear Lord
d62Outside the heart's door he is standing
d63Sin once marked the path I trod
d64Sinful and guilty, condemned and undone
d65Sinner, now pause for a moment I pray
d66So precious is Jesus, my Savior, my [and] King
d67Some day every shadow
d68Sometimes I feel discouraged, and think my work's
d69Sometimes our skies are cloudy
d70Soon our heartaches will be ended
d71That he is God, be still and know
d72The Lord is my companion
d73The path of the pilgrim is often times steep
d74The path that I have trod
d75The Savior was once but a stranger to me
d76There's a Savior who stands at the door of your heart
d77There's a song in the air
d78There's a story wonderful, true
d79There's no disappointment in Jesus
d80There's One who can comfort
d81To the dear Savior who calls to your heart
d82'Twould surely be a wondrous thing
d83Walking along life's road one day
d84Walking in the morning bright
d85Weary and worn in the battle of life
d86What shall I give thee, Master
d87When God is near, with light my path is glowing
d88When God speaks, the high mountains tremble
d89When through a fiery furnace
d90Where'er I walk the Savior walks beside me
d91With Christmas now returning
d92Within my heart I hold a fadeless memory
d93Wonderful friend divine, Jesus, my all
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