Revival Gems (with supplement Pearls of Song)

Editor: S. H. Hall
Publisher: Judson Press, Philadelphia, Penn., 1924
Language: English
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d1A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify
d2A man who hath a hundred sheep
d3Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
d4After the midnight, morning will greet us
d5All day long hath God invited
d6Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d7As I'm walking day by day in the blessed heavenly way
d8Blessed Bible, how I love it
d9Brightly the sunbeams are shining
d10Christ is leading me, upward speeding me
d11Come ye [you] sinners, poor and wretched [needy], Weak and wounded
d12Each day I'll do a golden deed
d13Here we have met today to worship
d14Hope's rainbow of promise
d15I am coming to the cross, I am poor
d16I entered once a home of care
d17I have a Savior, he's pleading in glory
d18I reared my boy to be a soldier
d19If for the prize we have striven
d20I'm pressing on the upward way
d21I've a brother and a sister
d22Jesus called the children to him long ago
d23Jesus calls for faithful reapers
d24Jesus, keep me near the cross
d25Jesus left the joys of heaven
d26Jesus went upon the mountain
d27Let party names no more
d28No sparrow falls, no orphan calls
d29O God of love, O King [God] of peace
d30O gracious Lord, thou mighty one
d31O sinner, start for heaven now
d32O soul astray in sin today
d33O thou Rock of my salvation, Hide me now
d34O woman's sympathy and love for him
d35On to the fields of ripened grain
d36One more little lamb is with Jesus
d37Out in the cold world and far away
d38Scattering sunshine along
d39See, the Monarch of monarchs comes in majesty
d40See yonder man in the prison
d41Some year will be the last year
d42Sweet is the song I am singing today
d43Take my withered hand in yours
d44The Bible is the Christian's guide
d45The church has one foundation
d46The Holy Spirit speaks today
d47The morn of life must pass away
d48The voice of the Savior says come
d49There's a wonderful country waiting yonder
d50There's light in the valley of shadows
d51Thou hast gone to that fair city
d52To Jesus, our loved one
d53'Twas the commission of our [the] Lord
d54We are pilgrims on our journey
d55When I cease here to roam
d56When I saw myself condemned
d57When peace, like a river, attendeth my way
d58When this glorious Lord's day morning
d59When we awake beyond the rolling river
d60While here below, tossed to and fro
d61With loved ones we are parting
a1We praise Thee O God! for the Son of Thy love[We praise Thee O God! for the Son of Thy love]Page Scan
a2Jesus is all the world to me[Jesus is all the world to me]Page Scan
a3'Tis the grandest theme thro' the ages rung['Tis the grandest theme thro' the ages rung]Page Scan
a4Do not wait until some deed of greatness you may do[Do not wait until some deed of greatness you may do]Page Scan
a5Sinners Jesus will receive[Sinners Jesus will receive]Page Scan
a6In sorrow I wandered, my spirit opprest[In sorrow I wandered, my spirit opprest]Page Scan
a7Life wears a different face to me[Life wears a different face to me]Page Scan
a8On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross[On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross]Page Scan
a9I stand amazed in the presence[I stand amazed in the presence]Page Scan
a10You have wandered far on the desert lone[You have wandered far on the desert lone]Page Scan
a11Rescue the perishing, Care for the dying[Rescue the perishing, Care for the dying]Page Scan
a12I am happy today and the sun shines bright[I am happy today and the sun shines bright]Page Scan
a13There came from the skies in the days long ago[There came from the skies in the days long ago]Page Scan
a14Standing on the promises of Christ my King[Standing on the promises of Christ my King]Page Scan
a15Tho' your heart may be heavy with sorrow and care[Tho' your heart may be heavy with sorrow and care]Page Scan
a16What a wonderful change in my life has been wrought[What a wonderful change in my life has been wrought]Page Scan
a17Anywhere with Jesus I can safely go[Anywhere with Jesus I can safely go]Page Scan
a18I love to tell the story[I love to tell the story]Page Scan
a19'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus['Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus]Page Scan
a20Free from the law, O, happy condition[Free from the law, O, happy condition]Page Scan
a21If you would find the better land[If you would find the better land]Page Scan
a22Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling[Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling]Page Scan
a23I am glad that our Father in heav'n[I am glad that our Father in heav'n]Page Scan
a24Would you live for Jesus, and be always pure and good?[Would you live for Jesus, and be always pure and good?]Page Scan
a25"There shall be showers of blessing"["There shall be showers of blessing"]Page Scan
a26I was sinking deep in sin[I was sinking deep in sin]Page Scan
a27Onward, Christian soldiers![Onward, Christian soldiers!]Page Scan
a28Just a few more days to be filled with praise[Just a few more days to be filled with praise]Page Scan
a29I must tell Jesus all of my trials[I must tell Jesus all of my trials]Page Scan
a30Will you come, will you come, with your poor broken heart[Will you come, will you come, with your poor broken heart]Page Scan
a31We have heard a joyful sound[We have heard a joyful sound]Page Scan
a32There's a dream that I dream, of my Savior divine[There's a dream that I dream, of my Savior divine]Page Scan
a33"Whosoever heareth," shout, shout the sound!["Whosoever heareth," shout, shout the sound!]Page Scan
a34If you are tired of the load of your sin[If you are tired of the load of your sin]Page Scan
a35Jesus is tenderly calling thee home[Jesus is tenderly calling thee home]Page Scan
a36There was One who was willing to die in my stead[There was One who was willing to die in my stead]Page Scan
a37Alas! and did my Savior bleed?[Alas! and did my Savior bleed?]Page Scan
a38O do not let the word depart[O do not let the word depart]Page Scan
a39God be with you till we meet again[God be with you till we meet again]Page Scan

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