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New Pinebrook Songs

Editor: Ruth Crawford, Percy Crawford
Publisher: Percy B. Crawford, Philadelphia, Penn., 1936
Language: English
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d1A call for loyal soldiers comes to one and all
d2A wonderful Savior from heaven once came
d3All hail to thee, Immanuel, we cast our crowns before
d4Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d5Are you seeking joys that will not fade
d6Awake, awake, and sing the blessed story
d7Can I forget when from the throne
d8Carelessly, walking the path of life
d9Come back to Jesus, O, soul that has wandered
d10Come unto me [him], when shadows darkly gather
d11Day is dying in the west
d12Dear Lord, I've tried to make this day
d13Do the shadows gather o'er the path you tread
d14Great is thy never failing kindness
d15Hallelujah, Jesus lives in me
d16Have thine own way, Lord
d17Have you told someone today that Jesus died
d18He loved me enough to die for me
d19Hear the Savior calling, O come home
d20How desolate my life would be
d21How far shall I go for the sheep astray
d22I builded on Rock, on the Rock of God
d23I have a precious shelter
d24I serve a risen Savior
d25I will sing of blessed hours
d26I will sing of my Redeemer, And his wondrous love
d27If you want to know the secret of the beauty
d28In a manger, Slept a Stranger
d29It was for me that Jesus died
d30It was love that made him leave the glory
d31Jesus Christ, the same today
d32Jesus, the Shepherd, is calling you home
d33Just when I need Him, Jesus is near
d34Lo the storm clouds engaging
d35Long years ago in Bethlehem
d36More love to thee, O Christ [God]
d37More time in prayer, Lord
d38My heart was sad till I met Jesus
d39My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness
d40O soul, are you weary and troubled
d41O tyred, Argwydd mawr, Dihidla o'r nef i lawr
d42Once I was a sinner until Christ came in
d43Only in Jesus, true wisdom is found
d44Resting, resting, resting in the shadow
d45Sent forth as his ambassadors
d46Since I came to Jesus, for heaven made a start
d47Softly fall the shadows
d48The blood of the Savior has buried my past
d49The Savior sought and found me
d50There are shadows of sorrow that darken life's
d51There is one who sees, and loves you
d52There's a cross upon a hillside
d53There's a song that's ringing in my heart today
d54There's someone who helps me when friends pass
d55Thy will, O God, is best for me
d56Traveler, where do you journey
d57What a day 'twill be when I see my Savior
d58What though the foe in mighty power assail me
d59When I see the face of Jesus
d60When Jesus comes again 'twill be my going home
d61When we reach the land of light
d62When your heart is aching, turn to Jesus
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