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Northfield Hymnal: for use in evangelistic and church services, conventions, sunday schools, and all prayer and social meetings of the church and home

Editor: George C. Stebbins
Publisher: The Biglow & Main Co., New York; Chicago, 1904
Language: English
Notes: This page scan is missing some pages.
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3Listen to the wondrous story[Listen to the wondrous story]TextPage ScanAudio
4The darkness is pass'd and the true light is shining[The darkness is passed and the true light is shining]TextPage ScanAudio
5Under his wings I am safely abiding[Under his wings I am safely abiding]Page Scan
6Who are these whose songs are sounding[Who are these whose songs are sounding]Page Scan
7Though your sins be as scarlet[Though your sins be as scarlet]Page Scan
8There are shadows in the valley[There are shadows in the valley]Page Scan
9Soft and sweet the bells are ringing[Soft and sweet the bells are ringing]Page Scan
10When the weary seeking rest[When the weary seeking rest ]Page Scan
11Are you living for the Saviour[Are you living for the Saviour]Page Scan
12Above the sweetest songs of earth[Above the sweetest songs of earth]Page Scan
13Hark, my soul, it is the Lord[Hark, my soul, it is the Lord]Page Scan
14To daily die to self and sin[To daily die to self and sin]Page Scan
15Beyond earth's latest sunset[Beyond earth's latest sunset]Page Scan
16Only to know that the path I tread[Only to know that the path I tread]Page Scan
17Farther on, what joys await us[Farther on, what joys await us]Page Scan
18I have a friend, a loving friend[I have a friend, a loving friend]TextPage ScanAudio
19I lift my heart to thee, Saviour divine[I lift my heart to thee, Saviour divine]Page Scan
20The Son of God goes forth to war[The Son of God goes forth to war]Page Scan
21No more the curse, O Christ[No more the curse, O Christ]Page Scan
22When pearly moonbeams silently[When pearly moonbeams silently]TextPage ScanAudio
23Beyond the silent stars of night[Beyond the silent stars of night]TextPage ScanAudio
24Only a river between us[Only a river between us]TextPage ScanAudio
25Jesus, I am resting, resting[Jesus, I am resting, resting]Page Scan
26O house of many mansions[O house of many mansions]Page Scan
27Let the blessed Saviour in[Let the blessed Saviour in]Page Scan
28Will there be light at eventide[Will there be light at eventide]Page Scan
29We would see Jesus, for the shadows lengthen[We would see Jesus, for the shadows lengthen]Page Scan
30We come in the might of the Lord of light[We come in the might of the Lord of light]Page Scan
31Looking upward every day[Looking upward every day,]Page Scan
32Beyond our sight a city four square lieth[Beyond our sight a city four square lieth]TextPage ScanAudio
33In the fadeless springtime, on the heav’nly shore[In the fadeless springtime]TextPage ScanAudio
34Brightly gleams our banner[Brightly gleams our banner]Page Scan
35Jesus knocks, he calls to thee[Jesus knocks, he calls to thee]Page Scan
36Dying with Jesus, by death reckoned mine[Dying with Jesus, by death reckoned mine]Page Scan
37Lord, for tomorrow and its needs
38Rejoice, my soul, rejoice[Rejoice, my soul, rejoice]Page Scan
39How sweet to hide ourselves away[How sweet to hide ourselves away]TextPage ScanAudio
40Sometimes I hear strange music[Sometimes I hear strange music]Page Scan
41Yielded to God my body, soul and spirit[Yielded to God my body, soul and spirit]Page Scan
42I know that my Redeemer liveth[I know that my Redeemer liveth]Page Scan
43Today, O blessed word of hope[Today, O blessed word of hope]Page Scan
44Kept by his power, no human arm upholding[Kept by his power, no human arm upholding]TextPage ScanAudio
45I could not do without thee[I could not do without thee]Page Scan
46Man the lifeboat, man the lifeboat[Man the life-boat, man the life-boat]Page Scan
47Jesus, my Shepherd and Saviour divine[Jesus, my Shepherd and Saviour divine]Page Scan
48There comes to my heart one sweet strain[There comes to my heart one sweet strain]Page Scan
49A great Rock stands in a weary land[A great Rock stands in a weary land]TextPage ScanAudio
50The redeem'd of the Lord shall return[The redeem'd of the Lord shall return]Page Scan
51I've found the life of truest joy[I've found the life of truest joy]TextPage ScanAudio
52Thou art calling me, Lord Jesus[Thou art calling me, Lord Jesus]Page Scan
53I was wandering, sad and weary[I was wandering, sad and weary]Page Scan
54In the field with their flocks abiding[In the field with their flocks abiding]TextPage ScanAudio
55Silent night, holy night
56Ride on, ride on in majesty[Ride on, ride on in majesty]TextPage ScanAudio
57O troubled heart, be thou not afraid[O troubled heart, be thou not afraid]Page Scan
58What is the noise of battle[What is the noise of battle]TextPage ScanAudio
59Toil on and pray, O reapers[Toil on and pray, O reapers]TextPage ScanAudio
60O to be over yonder in that land[O to be over yonder in that land]Page Scan
61No shadows yonder[No shadows yonder, all light and song]TextPage ScanAudio
62My days with sunshine shall be frought[My days with sunshine shall be frought]Page Scan
63Breathe on me breath of God[Breathe on me breath of God]TextPage ScanAudio
64I know not when the Lord will come[I know not when the Lord will come]Page Scan
65I have a Friend, a loving Friend[I have a Friend, a loving friend]TextPage ScanAudio
66Ho, everyone that thirsteth, Come drink[Ho, everyone that thirsteth, Come drink]TextPage ScanAudio
67There is rapture tonight in yon city so fair[There is rapture tonight in yon city so fair]TextPage ScanAudio
68Grand is the song of the Easter morn[Grand is the song of the Easter morn]Page Scan
69Go forward, Christian soldier[Go forward, Christian soldier]Page Scan
70Since thy Father's arm sustains thee[Since thy Father's arm sustains thee]TextPage ScanAudio
71In the land of fadeless day[In the land of fadeless day]Page Scan
72Soldiers of th'eternal King[Soldiers of th'eternal King]Page ScanAudio
73Light of life, so softly shining,[Light of life, so softly shining,]Page Scan
74A lamp in the night, a song in time of sorrow[A lamp in the night, a song in time of sorrow]Page Scan
75Come unto me, ye weary[Come unto me, ye weary]Page Scan
76There is never a day so dreary[There is never a day so dreary]Page Scan
77Day is dying in the west[Day is dying in the west]Page Scan
78Our Father who in heaven art[Our Father who in heaven art]TextPage ScanAudio
79Blest Light of the world, we hail Thee[Blest Light of the world, we hail Thee]TextPage ScanAudio
80Thou art my Rock, O blessed Redeemer[Thou art my Rock, O blessed Redeemer]Page Scan
81Show me thy way, O Lord and make it plain[Show me thy way, O Lord and make it plain]Page Scan
82Out of the shadowland, into the sunshine[Out of the shadowland, into the sunshine]TextPage ScanAudio
83Children of yesterday heirs of tomorrow[Children of yesterday heirs of tomorrow]Page Scan
84Show me thy face, one transient gleam[Show me thy face, one transient gleam]Page Scan
85Conquering now and still to conquer[Conquering now and still to conquer]Page Scan
86In the secret of his presence how my soul[In the secret of his presence how my soul]Page Scan
87O for the peace that floweth as a river[O for the peace that floweth as a river]Page Scan
88Life once was a mystery awful to me[Life once was a mystery awful to me]TextPage ScanAudio
89Face to face with Christ my Saviour[Face to face with Christ my Saviour]Page Scan
90Have you had a kindness shown[Have you had a kindness shown]Page Scan
91I would ever follow thee[I would ever follow thee]Page Scan
92O, fear not the future[O, fear not the future]Page Scan
93The sands of time are sinking[The sands of time are sinking]Page ScanAudio
94O the precious gospel story[O the precious gospel story]Page Scan
95Impatient heart, be still[Impatient heart, be still]Page Scan
96It may not be on the mountain's height[It may not be on the mountain's height]Page Scan
97No one like Jesus can make my heart clean[No one like Jesus can make my heart clean]TextPage ScanAudio
98Out in the darkness and gloom of night[Out in the darkness and gloom of night]TextPage ScanAudio
99When thou wakest in the morning[When thou wakest in the morning]TextPage ScanAudio
100Never be sad or desponding[Never be sad or desponding]Page Scan
101On yonder hill of Calvary[On yonder hill of Calvary]Page Scan
102Rescue the souls that perish[Rescue the souls that perish]Page Scan

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