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Onward and Upward No. 2: a collection of gospel songs and hymns for Sunday-schools, Endeavor societies, Epworth leagues, devotional meetings, chapel exercises, revivals, etc.

Editor: W. T. Giffe, E. T. Hildebrand
Publisher: Home Music Co., Logansport, Ind., 1900
Language: English
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116Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!Page Scan
117Awake! put on your armor, disciples of the LordPage Scan
118Just to let Thy Father do what He will, what He willPage Scan
119Lord, I bring my life to TheePage Scan
120Go and gather them inPage Scan
121Pass me not, O gentle SaviourPage Scan
122Shall I be glad His voice to hearPage Scan
123Have you scattered thorns or rosesPage Scan
124I am thinking tonight of a far away homePage Scan
125Oh, the blessed sunshinePage Scan
126Thro' the mists and tearsPage Scan
127Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
128Up above the stars where the angels dwellPage Scan
129Jesus calls for thee, O soulPage Scan
130There is a city, bright and fairPage Scan
131Revive Thy work, O LordPage Scan
132Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
133I asked the Lord to let me doPage Scan
134"White as snow!" oh, what a promisePage Scan
135Oh! I love to think of JesusPage Scan
136O Saviour, lead me by the handPage Scan
137Christ's blood atones for mePage Scan
138Oh, tell me the old, sweet story againPage Scan
139Tell them the wonderful storyPage Scan
140When the great and final dayPage Scan
141Have you heard the sweetest story that has ever yet been told?Page Scan
142Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleepPage Scan
143I shall go home some dayPage Scan
144Come, ye blessed of my FatherPage Scan
145In our childhood we are bringingPage Scan
146Oh, come to the light that is beaming for youPage Scan
147There's a jubilee in heaven where the saints are crownedPage Scan
148Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
149I heard the voice of Jesus sayPage Scan
150The heart of God aboundedPage Scan
151Tho' we have a time of sorrowPage Scan
152My soul, be on thy guard!Page Scan
153O weary pilgrim, thro' life's dayPage Scan
154Work, for the night is comingPage Scan
155See the countless waving banners of the armies of the LordPage Scan
156Jesus, wilt Thou guard the slumberPage Scan
157O friend, have you drank of the beautiful stream?Page Scan
158They tell me of a man of oldPage Scan
159Oh, hear the Saviour's loving voicePage Scan
160Welcome, day of peaceful restPage Scan
161By and by the mists shall all be cleared awayPage Scan
162Some sweet day when life is o'erPage Scan
163No other refuge, Lord, have IPage Scan
164'Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaintsPage Scan
165Onward, Christian soldiersPage Scan
166Do we follow Jesus truly?Page Scan
167See the morn is brightening In the eastern skiesPage Scan
168And must I be to judgment broughtPage Scan
169I am willing, Lord, I'm willingPage Scan
170We are building ev'ry day, In a good or evil wayPage Scan
171My Jesus, as Thou wiltPage Scan
172Tell the joyful tidings far and widePage Scan
173For ev'ry trial there is gracePage Scan
174Sowing the tares, when it might have been wheatPage Scan
175Jesus, my gracious, loving RedeemerPage Scan
176There's a story I would tellPage Scan
177We shall be like Him, oh, beautiful thought!Page Scan
178Abide with me! Fast falls the eventidePage Scan
179My faith looks up to TheePage Scan
180We will rally to the standardPage Scan
181Oh, I love to hear the storyPage Scan
182We come in the might of the Lord of LightPage Scan
183Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloomPage Scan
184All day long my heart is singingPage Scan
185O day of rest and gladnessPage Scan
186We are nearing that bright mansionPage Scan
187Thus far the Lord has led me onPage Scan
188In waves of light His glory rolledPage Scan
189Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
190We are marching home to ZionPage Scan
191Can I not bear a messagePage Scan
192Marching on, with cross and banner o'er usPage Scan
193How beautiful to trust in the SaviourPage Scan
194There's a happy land, far awayPage Scan
195When we stand among the angelsPage Scan
196The bells of heav'n are ringingPage Scan
197Tell the world the wondrous story of the Babe of BethehemPage Scan
198Oh, for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
199Standing at the portal of the op'ning yearPage Scan
200Oh, the world has need of sunshine as you goPage Scan
201O for a faith that will not shrinkPage Scan
202O homeless wand'rer, sad and lonePage Scan
203There is only one foundationPage Scan
204We are little lights, in the world around usPage Scan
205"Go ye, and work in the harvest today"Page Scan
206Oh, the blessed words of JesusPage Scan
207I go rejoicing ev'ry dayPage Scan
208O wonderful prayer that Jesus prayedPage Scan
209Breathe upon us, Holy SpiritPage Scan
210One by one our friends are going on beforePage Scan
211Holy Spirit! gently comePage Scan
212Jesus, my Lord, to Thee I comePage Scan
213Listen, sinner, will you scorn the messagePage Scan
214Have you ever heard the story Of the Babe of BethlehemPage Scan
215Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan

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