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New Harvest Bells : For Sunday Schools, Revivals, and all Religious Meetings

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L1Ring the bells softly. there's crape on the doorPage Scan
1The fields are white to harvest Page Scan
2The cross that He gave may be heavyPage Scan
3O what a fellowship, what a joy divinePage Scan
4O! refreshing times are comingPage Scan
5Jesus, Savior, pilot mePage Scan
6O come to the blessed Savior[O come to the blessed Savior]Page Scan
7From galling bond and slavish chainPage Scan
8Forward move, oh, church of God!Page Scan
9Go work in the harvest of the LordPage Scan
10Wonder of wonders that Jesus loves mePage Scan
11There's a very sweet song in the depths of my soulPage Scan
12Willie brought his little Bible[Willie brought his little Bible]Page Scan
13The story of redeeming lovePage Scan
14We are gath'ring up the sheaves by the waysidePage Scan
15O Jesus, my Shepherd and Savior divine!Page Scan
16'Tis so sweet to trust in JesusPage Scan
17While I sat alone at midnightPage Scan
18In a lonely southern wildwoodPage Scan
19As doves to their windows when darkness draws nighPage Scan
20Let me work in Thy vineyard, only work I prayPage Scan
21Oh, why do ye wait? Page Scan
22My house is buillt upon a solid rockPage Scan
23I now have the Spirit that setteth me freePage Scan
24At the bar of God you will have to standPage Scan
25And can I yet delayPage Scan
26Behold that mother's wayward boyPage Scan
27Oh, to be more like JesusPage Scan
28O for a faith that will not shrinkPage Scan
29Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
30Out on the mountain, lost in the darknessPage Scan
31Unto thy Father's dwellingPage Scan
32If my disciple you would bePage Scan
33O sing of Jesus, "Lamb of God"Page Scan
34Brother, hear the cry from the dark domainPage Scan
35My heart is filled with joy todayPage Scan
36All the burdens and the cares I daily meetPage Scan
37Who is on the Lord’s side? Who will serve the King?Page Scan
38Drifting on to judgmentPage Scan
39Lead me gently home, FatherPage Scan
40Lord, I would be Thine alonePage Scan
41There is peace and joy and safetyPage Scan
42Midst the rocks life's boat is tossingPage Scan
43I've a book worth more than goldPage Scan
44There is a rock amid the sandsPage Scan
45To the millions living o'er the deep, deep seaPage Scan
46Come, my soul, thy suit preparePage Scan
47Safe on board the "Old Ship Zion," homeward boundPage Scan
48Lord, we come before Thee nowPage Scan
49I think of Thee, dear Savior, at the dawning of the dayPage Scan
50Rejoice, ye saints, the time draws nearPage Scan
51Have you had an invitationPage Scan
52Now I feel the sacred firePage Scan
53Oh, how wonderful! Page Scan
54With joy to the glory of God I confessPage Scan
55Have you heard about the ShepherdPage Scan
56Holy Father, from the skiesPage Scan
57Drink in the sunshine, the sunshine of lovePage Scan
58Leave me not, for I am lonelyPage Scan
59Children of the heav'nly KingPage Scan
60I am bound for the land of BeulahPage Scan
61By thousands now rejectedPage Scan
62There's not a friend like the lowly JesusPage Scan
63Come, all ye Christian soldiersPage Scan
64It may not be on the mountain heightPage Scan
65In all the world there is but one JesusPage Scan
66Far, far above these scenes of nightPage Scan
67They shall walk up and down in His namePage Scan
68I am told there's a land far beyond the skiesPage Scan
69We're a band of pilgrims, guided by our KingPage Scan
70Will you hear the wondrous storyPage Scan
71O hear the gospel trumpet!Page Scan
72O, Jesus, I come to Thee in my sinPage Scan
73Come, now, all things are readyPage Scan
74The soul from the kingdom of darknesPage Scan
75Joy, joy, joy; He lives, our risen King!Page Scan
76Jesus is ready to save youPage Scan
77We are stepping, daily steppingPage Scan
78When dark'ning shadow 'round me fallsPage Scan
79Why do you wander in darknessPage Scan
80Shall hymns of joy and grateful lovePage Scan
81Be ready to labor with heart and willPage Scan
82A home in heav'n you hope to gainPage Scan
83All along the way, my Father, I have need of help from TheePage Scan
84Storm-tossed soul on life's rough, heaving oceanPage Scan
85All glory to the Savior's namePage Scan
86Words, of tender, loving kindnessPage Scan
87When we hear the trumpet sounding on the resurrection dayPage Scan
88Come, ye that know and fear the LordPage Scan
89Over the river, faces I seePage Scan
90Wherever my Saviour shall lead mePage Scan
91There is no friend like JesusPage Scan
92My country, 'tis of theePage Scan
93There's a place I think of nowPage Scan
94Savior, come and bless me nowPage Scan
95Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!Page Scan
96I've turned my back upon the worldPage Scan
97Gather the little ones into the FoldPage Scan
98Now let our souls, on wings sublimePage Scan
99I am redeemed, I'll shout and singPage Scan

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