New Sacred Quartettes for Male, Female and Mixed Voices

Editor: Rev. C. B. Widmeyer
Publisher: The Ruebush-Kieffer Co., Dayton, Va., 1914
Language: English
Notes: Numbering of hymns skips 15.
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1Lift your voices to the Lord[Lift your voices to the Lord]TextPage Scan
2By and by, beyond the river[By and by, beyond the river]Page Scan
3Sowing the tares when it might have been wheat[Sowing the tares, when it might have been wheat]Page Scan
4In the quiet with God, I'm relieved of my burdens[In the quiet with God, I'm relieved of my burdens]TextPage Scan
5Behold, he weeps o'er Jerusalem![Behold, he weeps o'er Jerusalem!]TextPage Scan
6I stood at the time-beaten portals[I stood at the time-beaten portals]Page Scan
7Far beyond the azure heavens[Far beyond the azure heavens]TextPage Scan
8Jesus, and shall it ever be[Jesus, and shall it ever be]Page Scan
9I have found sweet peace today[I have found sweet peace today]TextPage Scan
10There's a promise I have found[There's a promise I have found]Text InfoTune InfoTextPage Scan
11O turn ye, O turn ye, for why will ye die[O turn ye, O turn ye, for why will ye die]Page Scan
12A crown of thorns my Savior wore[A crown of thorns my Savior wore]Page Scan
13I will sing you a song of that beautiful land[I will sing you a song of that beautiful land]TextPage Scan
14Beautiful strains of sweet music I hear[Beautiful strains of sweet music I hear]TextPage Scan
16In de world dere's much believePage Scan
17How blessed is the morning lightPage Scan
18There's a dear and precious bookPage Scan
19Crossing the river, going to that far away landPage Scan
20On the cross of CalvaryTextPage Scan
21Softly falls the lengthening shadowsPage Scan
22Travel on, ye soldiers truePage Scan
23Almost persuaded now to believe, AlmostPage Scan
24When this busy life is endedPage Scan
25There were ninety and nine that [who] safely layPage Scan
26'Tis mother's hand unerring leadsPage Scan
27Just beyond the silent river, where the sagesPage Scan
28I have heard of a land on a far away strandPage Scan
29Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to theePage Scan
30Tell over, and over, and over to mePage Scan
31The mountains and the valleys may sink and decayPage Scan
32One by one, the years are flyingPage Scan
33When I shall awake in that fair morn of mornsPage Scan
34At home or abroad, on land or seaPage Scan
35A little while and then our weary feetPage Scan
36Alone on life's sea you are driftingPage Scan
37Were you there when they crucified my LordPage Scan
38All for Jesus, all for Jesus, All my being's ransomed powersPage Scan
39Have you heard the news, No, whatPage Scan
40Come to our [the] Father's housePage Scan
41Do you know the language of Canaan?TextPage Scan
42There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than dayPage Scan
43There's a church in the valley by the wildwoodPage Scan
44My Jesus [Savior], I love thee, I know thou art minePage Scan
45O sometimes my love sees Jesus with the thorns upon His browPage Scan
46Speak a word for Jesus, anxious ears will hearPage Scan
47Many times for rest we sighPage Scan
48Have you received the blessingPage Scan
49Speed away, speed away swift evangel of songPage Scan
50In the land of fadeless dayPage Scan
51Lean harder on Jesus, he'll care for theePage Scan
52I can see my precious motherPage Scan
53Mother's gone to that blest homePage Scan
54I am thinking tonight of my old cottage homePage Scan
55There's a home for you, a home for mePage Scan
56In those days came John the BaptistText InfoTextPage Scan
57No tears in yonder home, There all serenePage Scan
58No one has loved me like JesusPage Scan
59There are loyal hearts, there are spirits bravePage Scan
60In yonder skies there is a placePage Scan
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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