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Priceless Pearls: a collection of new sacred songs for the church, Sunday-school, young people's societies, evangelistic services and all religious meetings

Editor: C. V. Strickland
Publisher: [C. V. Strickland & Son], [Huntington, Ind.], 1904
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to hymns that start on the same page.
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107Thro' the shining gate, Where the angels waitPage Scan
108You are going to leave the old home, my boyPage Scan
109O gentle Savior, from Thy throne on highPage Scan
110Arise, away, 'tis the Master's callPage Scan
111Nearer, my God, to TheePage Scan
112I love to share a sorrowPage Scan
113How sweet and soothing is the tho'tPage Scan
114Are your lamps all brightly burningPage Scan
115Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
116When I reach the golden shore beyond the seaPage Scan
118There is a place where you may restPage Scan
119Burdened sinner, hear the callPage Scan
120"Only sixteen!" so the papers all sayPage Scan
122The dear old story of a Savior's lovePage Scan
123When by sin and guilt o'ertakenPage Scan
124Over the mountain, down in the valleyPage Scan
125Come, to Jesus, come to Jesus, come to Jesus just nowPage Scan
126I know not the pastures greenPage Scan
127Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
128O, I love to think of the land of songPage Scan
129Learn the great commandments, tenPage Scan
130I hunger to know more of JesusPage Scan
131Each day I now am livingPage Scan
132Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
133Blessed Savior, let me find TheePage Scan
134There's a jubilee in heaven where the saints are crownedPage Scan
135I'm kneeling at the mercy seatPage Scan
136Off the coast of Asia, 'mid the mighty oceanPage Scan
137I'm on my journey up Zion's hillPage Scan
138Keep looking out for JesusPage Scan
139Only a few more fleeting yearsPage Scan
140"Sirs, we would see Jesus"Page Scan
141Souls in heathen darkness lyingPage Scan
142I sing the love of God, my FatherPage Scan
143Abide with me; fast falls the eventidePage Scan
144I have such a wonderful SaviorPage Scan
145The morn is come, the night is pastPage Scan
146Like the still quiet fall of the silent dew of nightPage Scan
147Some day, some sunny dayPage Scan
148We are journeying home to the house of our FatherPage Scan
149Must Jesus bear the cross alonePage Scan
150The crumb's from the Master's tablePage Scan
151Are you ready for the reaper?Page Scan
152There's a voice that sweetly whispers to the soulPage Scan
153Joy to the world; the Lord is comePage Scan
154"White as snow!" O what a promisePage Scan
155Joyfully on tow'rd His palacePage Scan
156Our dear country, how we love thee!Page Scan
157What can I do for Jesus?Page Scan
159When this life of toil is o'erPage Scan
160There is a word we all have heardPage Scan
161Sweet hour of pray'r! sweet hour of pray'r!Page Scan
162There'll be joy at the coming of my Savior by and byPage Scan
164aGlory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
164bJesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
166Safely thro' another weekPage Scan
167aHear our pray'r, O Father, hear itPage Scan
167bHear our pray'r, Father in heav'nPage Scan
168Onward, Christian soldiers!Page Scan
169aSon of my soul, Thou Savior dearPage Scan
169bRock of Ages, cleft for mePage Scan
170My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art minePage Scan
171Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
172Savior, bless us as we partPage Scan
173God be with you till we meet againPage Scan
174aThe Lord watch between me and theePage Scan
174bPraise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan

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