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Perfect Peace

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d1Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d2Are you living in the sunshine
d3As a child, I well remember
d4As along life's way you go
d5As I daily plod along on the glory road
d6As we daily travel with the blessed King
d7As you wend your way to the soul's abode
d8Away over yonder in that home on high
d9Back from the days of my childhood
d10Blessed Jesus, thou art kind
d11Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d12Bright star of the eve reminds us each day
d13Brother, if you'd be spreading good cheer
d14Changeful may be my lot
d15Christ is King and Lord of all
d16Christ our Lord is leading us
d17Crowns of gold are waiting
d18Dear are the memories of childhood
d19Each day you live, pray to the Lord
d20Evening shades now are swiftly falling
d21For many years in sin I roamed
d22From the warring and strife of nations
d23Get ready for the by and by
d24God be with you till we meet again
d25God has been my refuge through toiling and strife
d26God made the heavens, sea and land
d27Here in this lowland of struggle and strife
d28Here my burdens are heavy in this old world
d29Here our earthly tie is broken
d30Here we meet dear friends and loved ones
d31Home, home, home, sweet home, I've got a longing
d32How I love the stately beauty
d33I am on my way to glory and that city
d34I am on my way to heaven
d35I am so happy, glad and free
d36I am working today for my Savior
d37I have a great Redeemer, sent down from heaven
d38I have peace in my soul since the Lord made me
d39I hear the Savior calling today
d40I heard a sweet song on the radio
d41I know not the hour when my Lord will come
d42I love to praise my Savior's name
d43I often in sweet slumber land
d44I remember well in the long ago
d45I tried to be but couldn't be a Christian
d46I was alone, far out on life's sea
d47I will serve the blessed Lord each passing day
d48I will take Jesus wherever I go
d49If you see a brother troubled and sad
d50If you sow flowers they surely
d51I'm coming now, dear Lord, to thee
d52I'm counitng on Jesus to keep me each day
d53I'm glad that I can tell to one and all
d54I'm glad to know that peace has now come
d55I'm in the path that love has brightened
d56I'm on my journey to heaven my home
d57I'm on my way to heaven above
d58I'm pressing on the homeward way
d59In a little while this fleeting life
d60In the Bible we are told of a city paved
d61In this world of sin and sadness
d62In thy vineyard, let me labor I pray
d63I've a precious Friend in whom I'm daily trusting
d64I've many dear friends with silvery hair
d65I've turned from sin and started on the journey
d66Jesus has promised me, That he would always be
d67Jesus, I my cross am taking
d68Jesus, my Savior, came down from glory-land
d69Jesus the Lord came to earth
d70Just a little while then I'll be leaving
d71Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d72Like a pilgrim here I travel
d73Listen to the voice of Christ the Savior
d74Live out thy life within me
d75Living daily here for Jesus
d76Looking back through the years to a manger
d77Lord, I want always to be a better servant
d78Lord, we come to thee with an humble plea
d79Love ye one another, is the Lord's command
d80Man of sorrow [sorrows], what a name
d81Many times I am confronted
d82Many years I wandered in the dreary paths
d83March along with a song, as you walk
d84Mother's gone from earth to heaven
d85Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d86My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d87My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d88My ship was tossing on the sea
d89Nobody knows the trouble I see
d90O my brother, dear, be ye of good cheer
d91Often times I sit sown in my parlor
d92Often times you feel discouraged
d93Old Daniel was cast in the lions den
d94On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d95On the sea of life we're rowing
d96On the wings of morning, Dewy wings of morning
d97Once I wandered far from God, away from hope
d98Once I was lonely and filled with dismay
d99Once I was wandering out in the cold
d100Only the grace of Jesus could save me

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