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The Revival No. 6

Editor: Charlie D. Tillman
Publisher: Charlie D. Tillman Co., Atlanta, 1910
Language: English
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1Ready to suffer grief or painPage Scan
2Listen brother while we singPage Scan
3Hark the tread of coming millionsPage Scan
4Oh speak the name of JesusPage Scan
5I'm here on a mission, for Jesus my KingPage Scan
6Since Jesus my Savior spoke peace to my soulPage Scan
7Gone are the days when my heart was filled with sin Page Scan
8Washed in the blood, by the Spirit sealedPage Scan
9Come, humble sinner in whose breastPage Scan
10Trusting Jesus, trusting ev'ry dayPage Scan
11Thankful hearts we bringPage Scan
12What can fully save today?Page Scan
13Is there a heart that is waitingPage Scan
14There's a way that leads to gloryPage Scan
15The whole wide world for Jesus!Page Scan
16He that, weeping, goeth forth to sowPage Scan
17Jesus' blood was all-sufficientPage Scan
18The Messiah of the nations He shall comePage Scan
19In the busy marts, in the crowded streetPage Scan
20Jesus stood on the shore Of the blue GalileePage Scan
21There's within my heart a melodyPage Scan
22Come, O come to the blessed SaviorPage Scan
23Come, ye sinners, to the fountainPage Scan
24If I could tell of Jesus as I know HimPage Scan
25Some day I'll cross the mystic streamPage Scan
26Come, come to the Savior, Make no delayPage Scan
27I have a Savior, He’s pleading in gloryPage Scan
28We are on the ship of ZionPage Scan
29It is not mine, to run with eager feetPage Scan
30I may not always know the wayPage Scan
31I find many people who can't understandPage Scan
32There is a land of corn and winePage Scan
33I long for holy unionPage Scan
34Come, soul, and find thy restPage Scan
35There's not a friend like the lowly JesusPage Scan
36All hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
37For love of me, He left a thronePage Scan
38Oh, how precious the time in the dear long agoPage Scan
39What care I for the pure white rosePage Scan
40Since Jesus is my friendPage Scan
41Hover o'er me, Holy SpiritPage Scan
42The conquest now is on, Our Captain leads the wayPage Scan
43A Savior once came from the mansions of lightPage Scan
44There's a happy day at handPage Scan
45There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
46There was one who was willing to die in my steadPage Scan
47Jesus is all the world to mePage Scan
48Will I be remember'd when my work is done?Page Scan
49Only a smile! yes, only a smilePage Scan
50Take my life, and let it bePage Scan
51Jesus is tenderly calling thee homePage Scan
52The Spirit is calling, oh, do not delayPage Scan
53I am all on the altarPage Scan
54The Master has need of brave hearts to do His biddingPage Scan
55I have heard my Saviour callingPage Scan
56It was good for our mothersPage Scan
57I have made my choice foreverPage Scan
58I'll tell the sweet story of JesusPage Scan
59Soul are you drifting on the tide?Page Scan
60I hear Thy welcome voicePage Scan
61The pitfalls in sin's awful pathPage Scan
62Alas! and did my Savior bleed?Page Scan
63Pass me not, O gentle SaviorPage Scan
64"Almost persuaded," Now to believePage Scan
65When all seems dark and pleasures fleePage Scan
66Weary soul, thy Saviour diedPage Scan
67When the roll is called in heav'n abovePage Scan
68Bring all your sin to the Crucified OnePage Scan
69Would you be free from the burden of sin?Page Scan
70Are you weary, are you heavy-hearted?Page Scan
71I am resolved no longer to lingerPage Scan
72There is pow'r in the blood, now, to wash your soulPage Scan
73Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!Page Scan
74Standing on the promises of Christ my KingPage Scan
75Upon the great highways thou standest wearyPage Scan
76O mourner in Zion, how blessed art thouPage Scan
77In the wonderful land where the weary shall restPage Scan
78My heart is yearning for my homePage Scan
79If you are tired of the load of your sinPage Scan
80We have heard the invitationPage Scan
81When sorrow and storms are besetting my trackPage Scan
82There's nothing so precious as Jesus to mePage Scan
83In the misty days of yore Jesus' precious blood had pow'rPage Scan
84Jesus Christ is made to mePage Scan
85He pardoned my transgressionsPage Scan
86We are thirsting for refreshing show'rsPage Scan
87What a fellowship, what a joy divinePage Scan
88When the weary tasks of the day are donePage Scan
89I long ago left Egypt for the promised landPage Scan
90Stand up! stand up for Jesus! Page Scan
91There is a place of perfect restPage Scan
92Tho' like others, you're not gifted, you can shinePage Scan
93When you get to heaven, as you surely willPage Scan
94Alas! and did my Saviour bleed? Page Scan
95For me the Son of Man came down to die upon the treeePage Scan
96Have you heard of that wonderful Man?Page Scan
97Some day I'll see my SaviorPage Scan
98I'll go, Lord, I'll go, Lord, I'll go where you want me to goPage Scan
99I hear the Savior say--Thy strength indeed is smallPage Scan
100Tell the glad story how Jesus can savePage Scan

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