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Offering of Praise

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Editor: J. L. Hall, C. A. Miles
Publisher: Hall Mack Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1911
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d1A sinner more wretched than I
d2All my heart belongs to Jesus
d3Am I a soldier of the cross
d4Angels are telling the tidings of peace
d5Angels of light angels so bright
d6Anything or nothing, worldly wealth or fame
d7As the twilight shadows steal
d8As wanderers far from home
d9Awake, awake, with light the skies are glowing
d10Be not idle today, time is passing away
d11Beautiful flowers of Eden
d12Bethlehem, welcome thy royal guest
d13Bless the Lord, bless the Lord, O ye lands
d14Bless ye the glorious king
d15Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d16Calling from our ease Jesus bids us
d17Christ has for sin atonement made
d18Christmas cheer has crowned the world
d19Clad in armor all unfailing
d20Clouds may darken the fairest sky
d21Come to the Father, O wanderer, come
d22Come with joyful singing
d23Conquest banners streaming, Bid us
d24Conquest calls us forth to the fray
d25Conquest shall be our watchword
d26Dear Spirit, lead me to the Savior's side
d27Do something for somebody every day
d28Don't you hear the tumult in the city
d29Down at the cross where the Savior died Shedding his blood
d30Ever of him I am singing
d31Every nodding blossom seems to say today
d32Far above earth's tumult
d33Far and near sweet and clear
d34Far away from my friends
d35Far away the noise of strife upon my ear is falling
d36Flowers of the field blooming
d37Forth from gloom to glory
d38Forward, all rejoicing
d39Forward press, the Conqueror reigneth
d40From east to west we hear a joyous shout
d41From the ocean's rolling tide
d42Give me no earthly treasures, glory
d43Glory of sunset is falling
d44Go forward, Christian soldier [soldiers]
d45God be with you till we meet again
d46God's own hand shall lead me
d47God's way is the best way
d48Gone from my heart the world and [with] all its charms
d49Great are thy works, Jehovah
d50Hand in hand with Christ we're marching onward
d51Hark, the trumpet ringing clear Haste, O haste
d52Hark to the forest's glad voices
d53Haste to where a Babe lies sleeping
d54Have you found the blessed Savior, has he washed your sins away
d55Hear our happy voices speeding o'er the plains
d56Hearts grow firm and strong
d57Hills in their beauty so vernal
d58How firm a foundation, ye [you] saints of the Lord
d59How gentle God's commands
d60How tedious and tasteless [restless and tiresome] the hours
d61I am rejoicing now in sins forgiven
d62I am thinking today of a mansion above
d63I belong to the King, I'm a child of his love
d64I do not know, why [how] oft round me
d65I have a friend who is ever nigh
d66I have a friend whose changeless love
d67I have been alone with Jesus with my head upon
d68I have had a talk with Jesus, it have brought me
d69I have made the great change
d70I may not see the path I tread
d71I must lay this body down and soar away
d72I shall meet my Savior face to face
d73I was a sinner but now I'm free
d74I was once a sinner, but I came
d75I was young, but I remember
d76I will fail thee never
d77I will never leave nor forsake thee
d78I will seek to be a blessing
d79I would sing of Jesus and his goodness
d80If the Lord should call for you
d81If the voice of God should come to you
d82I'll do what I can for thy glory, Lord
d83I'll follow him, I'll follow him to pastures green
d84I'm pressing on, from day to day
d85I'm weary of bearing my burden
d86In glories eternal of mansions above
d87In heaven above, by faith I see
d88In the battles of your life
d89In the garden of the Master
d90In the times of bitter trouble
d91In the upper room at Jerusalem
d92In the vineyard of the Lord are many workers
d93Is the battle fierce and long
d94Is there anyone can help us
d95Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
d96Joy has come to Judah's land
d97Joy, joy, joy, hearts and voices blending
d98Just one touch as He moves along
d99Just the whispered name of Jesus thrills my soul
d100Lead on, not with the sword the brave of earth are

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