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The Quiver of Sacred Song, for use in Sunday School, Prayer Meetings, Gospel Meetings, etc.

Editor: Jno. R. Sweney, Wm. J. Kirkpatrick
Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1880
Language: English
Notes: Page scans missing Hymn #77 and #78
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5Blessed Saviour, while we gatherPage Scan
6Hope of the desolate, Lord over allPage Scan
7More like Jesus, more like Jesus would I bePage Scan
8What shall separate us From the love that bought us?Page Scan
9I'll praise the Lord for joy belowPage Scan
10At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints are gather'd homePage Scan
11There is a word whose magic thrillPage Scan
12They come, the war scarred vet'rans comePage Scan
13Help me to sing a song for theePage Scan
14Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power?Page Scan
15Oh, blessed fellowship divine!Page Scan
16I have work enough to do, Ere the sun goes downPage Scan
17Behold all around, what wonderful sight!Page Scan
18Jesus, precious unto mePage Scan
19Tho' oft mine eyes with wond'ring gazePage Scan
20What! sitting at ease when there's work to be done!Page Scan
21Sentry, at the portal keepPage Scan
22Day and night my heart is shoutingPage Scan
23Almost saved, almost savedPage Scan
24How can I live without Jesus?Page Scan
25I've reached the land of corn and winePage Scan
26Come, we that love the LordPage Scan
27The whole wide world for Jesus Page Scan
28As doth hart, in thirsty landsPage Scan
29As pants the hart for cooling streamsPage Scan
30The Lord is my shepherd, my keeper and guidePage Scan
31There are angels hov'ring roundPage Scan
32Lord, I make a full surrenderPage Scan
33The light on my pathway and brighterPage Scan
34Yes, more and more it shineth, more and morePage Scan
35'Tis grace! 'tis grace! 'tis wonderful grace!Page Scan
36Behold a stranger at the doorPage Scan
37Poor souls that from Jesus are going awayPage Scan
38Clouds robed in blackness stretch'd out across the skyPage Scan
39My pilgrim path from day to dayPage Scan
40aIn a land fair and brightPage Scan
40bWe speak of the land of the blestPage Scan
41Thou best of books, the Word of GodPage Scan
42Oh, the joy that fills my heart!Page Scan
43aBeautiful valley of Eden! Page Scan
43bJust as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
44In the strength of JesusPage Scan
45Enthroned is Jesus nowPage Scan
46O sinner, come home, the banquet is waitingPage Scan
47Source from whence the streams of mercyPage Scan
48He is a whole Christ,--He is a full Saviour!Page Scan
49I rest on Him, the CrucifiedPage Scan
50My hope has found an anchorPage Scan
51Soldiers of Zion, prepare for the chargePage Scan
52Tell me the story of JesusPage Scan
53Of the people none were with himPage Scan
54A home in those mansions of lightPage Scan
55Friends of yore have flown to heavenPage Scan
56Love of God, amazing love!Page Scan
57It is not that the city is glorious Page Scan
58Take my life, and let it bePage Scan
59O sweet and wondrous gift!Page Scan
60Into his image to growPage Scan
61Fount of Mercy, stream divinePage Scan
62Whoever receiveth the Crucified OnePage Scan
63List to the lay of the heav'nly landPage Scan
64I have read of a land whose inhabitants sayPage Scan
65aSowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindnessPage Scan
65bOne there is, above all othersPage Scan
66There's a precious song that my heart doth singPage Scan
67Jesus! the only name that's givenPage Scan
68Fly, fly to the city of refuge!Page Scan
69Weary pilgrim on life's pathwayPage Scan
70Hallelujah to Jesus! his praise let us singPage Scan
71While out on life's dark, stormy seaPage Scan
72How bright the Hope that Calv'ry bringsPage Scan
73Launch out from the shore, Christian, out from the shorePage Scan
74Now wave the standard of the LordPage Scan
75Dear Saviour, tho' our mortal eyesPage Scan
76There is a calm, and steady lightPage Scan
77Walk in the light the Lord hath [has] given
78O where shall be the birds that singPage Scan
79Days bright beams are fallingPage Scan
80Onward we tread to the city of GodPage Scan
81The God of Abrah'm praise, Who reigns enthroned abovePage Scan
82Tho' tempted and tried we may bePage Scan
83Lost one! wand'ring on in sadnessPage Scan
84Ho! ye seekers after pleasurePage Scan
85The prize is set before usPage Scan
86O youth in the springtimePage Scan
87Jesus, when he left the skyPage Scan
88Beautiful Zion! strong old Zion!Page Scan
89The world is overcome, By the blood of the LambPage Scan
90Waters from the smitten rockPage Scan
91Standing on the solid RockPage Scan
92He is risen! Christ the holyPage Scan
93Jesus loved the little childrenPage Scan
94There's a song, thrilling song, in the airPage Scan
95List!, list! 'tis the angels singingPage Scan
96A pallid dawn is stealingPage Scan
97In the cross of Christ I gloryPage Scan
98Touch not nor taste the sparkling cupPage Scan
99God is love; his mercy brightensPage Scan
100There is an hour of peaceful restPage Scan
101When the clouds of doubt o'ershadowPage Scan

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