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The Olive Leaf

Editor: Charles K. Langley
Publisher: White Smith Pub. Co., Boston, Mass., 1892
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d1All the nations are ready and waiting
d2And a little child shall lead them
d3Are we sowing seeds of kindness
d4Are you laying up your treasure
d5Are you sitting at ease
d6Are your sins forgiven
d7As the bridegroom to his chosen
d8Asking, in Jesus, that wonderful name
d9At the name of Jesus (Latta)
d10Beautiful Easter, Easter morn
d11Come, ye happy children, sing the Savior's praises
d12Coming to precious fount
d13Faithful pilgrim, as we journey
d14Far beyond life's changing shadows
d15Fear not, dear friend, though tempests break
d16Floating downward through the midnight
d17Growing up for Jesus, we are truly blest
d18Happy hearts to love
d19Hark, the song of Christmas morn
d20Have you ever heard the story of the Babe of Bethlehem, Who was worshiped
d21Hear the voice of Jesus saying
d22He's the Rock of my defense
d23Hosanna be the children's [people's] song
d24Hosanna to the Savior, Our royal Priest and King
d25I am safe in the Rock that is higher than I
d26I have heard a message sweet
d27I know not what lieth before me
d28I love to trust in Jesus, my Savior so adored
d29I will follow, follow Jesus
d30I will go to Jesus now For he calls
d31In sweet content and thankfulness
d32In the tomb our Savior lay
d33Jesus, I have need of thee
d34Jesus is the Child of glory
d35Jesus, only, my soul can redeem
d36Joy, joy, joy, joy in the portals of glory
d37Keep our hearts pure, blessed Savior
d38Let all the world with one accord
d39Let us sing to Jesus
d40Lowly entombed he lay
d41Mansions are prepared above
d42Neath the banner of the cross
d43Night of sorrow, night of weeping
d44Now to the child in the manger born
d45O for a place in the wide arms of mercy
d46O how many blessings every day
d47O sad the way and drear
d48O the gladness and the glory
d49O thou that hearest prayer, Now to my soul
d50O who is this that cometh
d51O wondrous night, when stars serenely shining
d52One [A] sweetly [sweet] solemn thought comes to me o'er and o'er
d53Over the valley of Jordan
d54Priceless jewels for the Master's crown
d55Resting in Jesus how sweet it must be
d56Ring the bells cheerily, loud be their chime
d57Savior, guide us in the pathway
d58Savior, I am clinging
d59Say, why do birdies warble
d60Sing praise, the tomb is void
d61Someone is knocking at thy heart's door
d62Spreading the news of salvation
d63Suffer the children to come unto me, Jesus is saying
d64Suffer the children to come unto me, Safe in my arms
d65Suffer the children to come unto me, These are the words of Jesus
d66Take my life, and let it be, consecrated
d67The angel of freedom is calling
d68The banquet of the Lord
d69The gentle winds are blowing
d70The twilight is deepening the valleys above
d71The words are very dear to me
d72There's a beautiful region just now in my view
d73There's a bright sunny land over yonder
d74There's a land o'er the ocean of time
d75There's a story, a beautiful story
d76They tell me a solemn story
d77They're echoing still over Bethlehem's plain
d78Thou, O Lord, art my Redeemer
d79Thou that goeth forth and weepeth
d80Though storm clouds may beat about us here
d81Toil onward and upward, be true to your God
d82Under the shadow of his wing let me hide
d83Upon the cross, the blessed Jesus
d84We are almost to the city
d85We are coming to the Savior
d86We are happy little soldiers
d87We are little travelers Through the world
d88We can sing of Christ the Lord
d89We come with joy and gladness
d90We dream of a beautiful home
d91We have found the long expected
d92We hope in thee, O God
d93We praise thee, blessed Savior
d94We shall be like him
d95We will lift the holy banner
d96We will sing of his goodness forever
d97We would sing of Jesus
d98We'll trust our Redeemer to save
d99When my work is done, and life's setting sun
d100When our pilgrimage is o'er

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