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Peaceful Echoes

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co., Dallas, Tex., 1948
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d1A land without tears
d2All the day long, as I go on
d3Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d4Are you despondent, discouraged and sad
d5As you go toiling through this land
d6As you travel on to glory, Be the pathway drear or bright
d7At the beautiful gate I shall enter some day
d8Be careful, my sister, my brother
d9Be not discouarged when pathways are dreary
d10Beyond the stars we'll meet again
d11Brother, when the Lord
d12Clouds of sorrow, pain and sadness
d13Dear Lord, Lord you know
d14Down here I tread a rough and winding road
d15Father, I thank you for all
d16For many years I've jogged
d17Glory be to God, I'm saved from
d18Glory, glory, hallelujah, I am on my way
d19God delivered faithful Daniel
d20God has filled the whole wide world
d21God's love is like the sunshine
d22Happy in the Savior's love
d23Have you been wandering far away
d24He floods my soul with glory
d25Here in sadness we roam
d26How I love my Savior and King
d27I am on my homeward journey
d28I am on the mountain
d29I am weak but thou art strong
d30I find no joy in living
d31I have a friend who is always near
d32I now have volunteered for Jesus
d33I often wondered, when I was just a lad
d34I once was lost far out in sin
d35I see him as he knelt alone
d36I tried to be but couldn't be a Christian
d37I used to be a sinner, an erring child
d38I want my Lord to welcome me
d39I want to dwell on earth below
d40I want to live for Jesus Christ
d41I want to walk with Christ my Lord
d42I was the thief who hung on the cross
d43I was wandering in sin, had no
d44I will meet you in the morning on the
d45If you have started out to walk in the light
d46I'm a pilgrim in this land
d47I'm going to that beautiful land
d48I'm happy now as on I go
d49In sin I had wandered along
d50In this journey we often
d51Into my heart, to my heart
d52Jesus came to this world to save the lost
d53Jesus, Master, save me
d54Jesus, my Savior, wonderful Friend
d55Jesus, our Savior, came down from above
d56Jesus purchased me
d57Jesus to the world proclaim
d58Jesus will gladly make you happy
d59Kind words, like flowers ever blooming
d60Let me walk closer to my Lord
d61Life holds for me in store
d62Living below in this old sinful world
d63Living in the sunshine and the glory
d64Lord, I'm weak and very small
d65Make known the gospel news
d66Man was made the image of his
d67Many are the promises for all
d68Many precious souls are lost
d69My father knows the way I take
d70My heart was sad and lonely
d71My King, I praise from morn
d72My view of heaven's growing brighter
d73Night is falling, voices calling
d74No shut-ins up in heaven
d75Now fades the skylight
d76Now my heart is light and my hope is bright
d77O God of infinite mercy
d78O my friend, there's much that should
d79O take my voice and let me
d80O what a wonderful Redeemer to us
d81Often the burdens of life seem hard
d82On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d83Once a ruler came to Christ by night
d84Once I was bound in sin and shame
d85Once I was lost and very lonely
d86Praise the Lord, all ye people praise
d87Press on O pilgrim in the way of love
d88Pressing along to glory singing
d89Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d90Shining stars up in the skies
d91Since Jesus came into my heart and bade my load
d92Some day our last goodbyes on earth
d93Some happy morning bright my soul
d94Some of these days hallelujah
d95Some of these days when toil is ended
d96Some sweet day when my work here is ended
d97The blessed Savior to me came
d98The Lord has prepared for us
d99The pathway here may oft be rough
d100The Savior left his sweet home above

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