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Precious Message

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d1Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?
d2All our sorrows will end
d3Am I a soldier of the cross
d4Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d5Among the shadows, down in the valley
d6As I'm walking through this sinful world
d7As you travel down life's pathway
d8As you travel onward through life's journey
d9Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d10Brightly beams our Father's mercy
d11Christ has for sin atonement made
d12Come,let us go home to mansions so fair
d13Dear Christian Friends, look up and pray
d14For many long years in bondage
d15God of mercy, guard and guide us
d16God shut Noah in the ark
d17I am holding to Christ my Redeemer and King
d18I have a wonderful feeling in my soul every
d19I have found the way that leads to endless day
d20I know that in some bright, distant clime
d21I walk with Jesus in the beautiful way
d22I was convicted a sinner
d23I was straying in darkness, and sinking deep
d24I was strolling one day in a lonely graveyard
d25I'd like to go back to the old home place
d26If you are out in sin, and have no hope
d27I'll try to do my Master's will
d28I'm always happy and singing as onward I go
d29I'm glad I found the Savior
d30I'm going along, resisting the wrong
d31I'm gonna leave this world some day
d32In every clout there's a rainbow
d33In the book, the Bible, is a grand old story
d34It was for me my Savior died
d35I've heard of a land of joy and peace
d36I've made the start for that sweet home
d37Jesus, Rock of my salvation
d38Joy and gladness fills my heart today
d39Just a few more days of sorrow
d40Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d41Lead me, Jesus, in this world of sorrow
d42Let us run our race with patience
d43Life has so many allurements
d44Looking back through the years to a manger
d45Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d46My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d47My soul once was lost in darkness and sin
d48Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d49Not this world can sooth a sorrow
d50O happy day that fixed [seals] [stays] my choice
d51O home eternal in the heavens
d52O was it with pleasure or do you seek treasure
d53O what a joy in Christian living day by day
d54Oft here we meet with care
d55Oft here we're sad and filled with woe
d56Oft I sing for my friends
d57Oft when your heart feels lonely and sad
d58Often here we are sad
d59Often I hear voices so clear
d60On this pilgrim journey
d61Once I wandered out in the darkness
d62Once I was a wayward sinner
d63Once I was lost down deep in sin
d64Once I was lost, no hope had I
d65Once I was straying in sin's dark valley
d66Once my soul was dark and lonely
d67Pass me not, O gentle Savior
d68Picture a land where never cometh shades of
d69Pine trees are whispering to me tonight
d70Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d71Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on his gentle breast
d72So many weary pilgrims who traveled this way
d73So often on earth we talk
d74Some day adown the valley drear
d75Somewhere upon the hills of blessed glory
d76Swing the door of your heart open wide
d77The Lamb of God in agony
d78The old, old story, The story of the cross
d79There is a mighty army, now marching
d80There is a story that I must tell to you
d81There is rest for the soul in a bright
d82There was once a time when in my heart I was condemned
d83There'll be no shadows in heaven
d84There's a beautiful, wonderful city
d85There's a city I am told
d86There's a well of living water
d87Thou, O Christ of Calvary
d88Though a pilgrim on earth I may journey along
d89Though dark and dreary be life's way
d90Though so many that we used to meet
d91Time is filled with swift transition
d92Trials dark on every hand
d93Wandering from God and right, my soul was lost
d94We are on our pilgrim way
d95We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d96What a fellowship, what a joy divine
d97When God dips his pen of love in my heart
d98When I go to the home of my childhood
d99When I shall bid this world and its sorrows
d100When our work on earth is over and we hear

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