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The Revival No. 2: suitable for all kinds of religious meetings

Editor: Charlie D. Tillman
Publisher: Charlie D. Tillman, Atlanta, Ga., 1896
Language: English
Notes: Page scans are missing for hymns 160, 161, 186, 187
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1They were gathered in an upper chamberPage Scan
2When out in sin and darkness lostPage Scan
3Ever to Jesus be faithful and truePage Scan
4I dreamed that the great Judgment MorningPage Scan
5Upon the great highways thou standest wearyPage Scan
6I stood outside the gatePage Scan
7In a world where sorrowPage Scan
8Say where are you going, my brotherPage Scan
9Whosoever calleth on the LordPage Scan
10It was only a drunkard that fell on the snowPage Scan
11Have you heard the invitationPage Scan
12Unanswered yet? The pray'r your lips have pleadedPage Scan
13Marching along in glorious triumph in the army of the LordPage Scan
14Refining fire, go thro' my heart[Refining fire, go thro' my heart]Page Scan
15The light of the word shineth brighter and brighterPage Scan
16I'm redeem'd and washed from sinPage Scan
17There's a song of a broken pinionPage Scan
18You ask what keeps me happy, my heart so free from carePage Scan
19Jesus, my Lord, to Thee I cryPage Scan
20Gentle Shepherd keeps us in Thy foldPage Scan
21I know not why God's wondrous gracePage Scan
22My brother, there's a fountainPage Scan
23I am resolved no longer to lingerPage Scan
24Hover o'er me, Holy SpiritPage Scan
25Shall we gather at the riverPage Scan
26What will it matter by and byPage Scan
27Ah, many hearts are achingPage Scan
28The sands have been washed in the footprintsPage Scan
29I am now a child of God, I've been wash'd in Jesus' bloodPage Scan
30I have work enough to doPage Scan
31I have been saved from the pow'r of sinPage Scan
32Why stand ye idle all the day?Page Scan
33There's an open fountain at the crossPage Scan
34Why go around with troubled soul?Page Scan
35He maketh the storm a calmPage Scan
36There's a city that looks o'er the valleyPage Scan
37"Land ahead!" its fruits are wavingPage Scan
38O happy day, that ffxed my choicePage Scan
39To the cross, Christian soldiersPage Scan
40We are marching to a land abovePage Scan
41Tho' dark the night, and clouds look blackPage Scan
42We are moving toward the CityPage Scan
43Are you watching for the gloryPage Scan
44Do you hear the voice of GodPage Scan
45When the people of God were worshipingPage Scan
46Dark and stormy is the desertPage Scan
47Trust on, trust on, believerPage Scan
48Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!Page Scan
49Rejoice little ones in the promise divinePage Scan
50Blest be the tie that bindsPage Scan
51Wait on the Lord, thy Saviour and KingPage Scan
52I now have the Spirit that setteth me freePage Scan
53There are hills beyond the valley where the river glideth byPage Scan
54Once for all the Saviour His blood hath spiltPage Scan
55"All things are ready," come to the feast!Page Scan
56There is a time, a happy timePage Scan
57Would you know why I love Jesus?Page Scan
58I have been to Jesus who has cleans'd my soulPage Scan
59Sowing the tares, when it might have been wheatText InfoPage Scan
60I've found my Lord and He is minePage Scan
61Scattering precious seed by the waysidePage Scan
62When Jesus laid his crown asidePage Scan
63I am going to a city, Where my Lord has gone beforePage Scan
64Hark! the herald angels sing, Jesus, the Light of the worldPage Scan
65The Saviour is the sinner's FriendPage Scan
66Jesus, Saviour, pilot mePage Scan
67In the awful age of nightPage Scan
68There is a name I love to hearPage Scan
69Little hands to work in the Master's vineyardPage Scan
70Brave little soldiers we must bePage Scan
71When you start for the land of heavenly restPage Scan
72Christ our Redeemer died on the crossPage Scan
73Speak just a word for your Master and your LordPage Scan
74Come, sinners, to the gospel feastPage Scan
75There's a dear and precious bookPage Scan
76What a Friend we have in JesusPage Scan
77Work, for the night is comingPage Scan
78We're floating down the stream of timePage Scan
79Sinners turn; why will ye die?Page Scan
80I have something Jesus gave me for my ownPage Scan
81Of Him who did salvation bring, I'm at the fountain drinkingPage Scan
82My feet are on the highway
83I could not do without Thee, O Saviour
84We have met today on the new camp groundPage Scan
85Only one narrow way, "I am the way"Page Scan
86Alas! and did my Saviour bleedPage Scan
87I now am running in the Christian racePage Scan
88Hear the gentle Spirit's callPage Scan
89The lifeboat is launch'd on the wild, stormy seaPage Scan
90aIf you want pardon, if you want peacePage Scan
90bJesus is calling, calling for theePage Scan
91My name is in the Book of lifePage Scan
92Hark, the Master calls for reapersPage Scan
93Throw out the Life-Line across the dark wavePage Scan
94Who can sing the wondrous love of the SonPage Scan
95O love surpassing knowledge!Page Scan
96I can join the converts' praisesPage Scan
97Oh, who can forget the kind care of a mother?Page Scan
98See that lonely prisonerPage Scan
99Lost, lost on the mountains of sin and despairPage Scan

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