Redeemer's Praise: for the Sunday-school, church and family

Editor: T. C. O'Kane
Publisher: Cranston & Stowe, Cincinnati, 1882
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by the page number the hymn starts on, if there is more than one hymn on a page, letters are added to the numbers.
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3aOh, for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
3bAll hail the power of Jesus' name!Page Scan
4Hail to the Savior, the light of the world!Page Scan
5Once for all the Savior diedPage Scan
6Hark, the voice of many nationsPage Scan
7Oh, thou God of my salvationPage Scan
8I left it all with JesusPage Scan
9Onward and upward, heav'nward and homewardPage Scan
10Is it for me, dear SaviorPage Scan
11Out to sea 'midst stormy galesPage Scan
12Jesus, I will trust theePage Scan
13Joy cometh in the morningPage Scan
14I am bowed at the crossPage Scan
15As doth hart, in thirsty landsPage Scan
16Tho' the tempest rages, And the day is pastPage Scan
17Take my life and let it bePage Scan
18There is a fountain filled with bloodPage Scan
19All along the waysidePage Scan
20There are foes we must meetPage Scan
21I have no goodness of my ownPage Scan
22In the hour when grief assails mePage Scan
23See, from Zion's sacred mountainPage Scan
24Holding on to Jesus, with the crown in sightPage Scan
25Take Christ at his word and obey himPage Scan
26Jesus, merciful and mildPage Scan
27List to the voice that is speaking in lovePage Scan
28Lead us, tender Shepherd, safely in the wayPage Scan
29Give me grace, O loving SaviorPage Scan
30God kindly keepeth those he lovesPage Scan
31Sing on, my soul, thy mission provePage Scan
32More like Jesus, more like Jesus would I bePage Scan
33I am trusting in Jesus, who is mighty to savePage Scan
34Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
35This our constant motto bePage Scan
36Oppress'd with noon-day's scorching heatPage Scan
37Laden with a heavy burdenPage Scan
38If you from the Savior have wandered awayPage Scan
39Come, weary souls, by sin oppressedPage Scan
40I need the prayers of those I lovePage Scan
41Jesus Christ our Lord and SaviorPage Scan
42Lead me to Jesus, my soul is so wearyPage Scan
43Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem camePage Scan
44Thy face, dear Savior, will I seekPage Scan
45Holy Spirit, faithful GuidePage Scan
46Father, at thy footstool kneelingPage Scan
47Are you weary, are you heavy-hearted?Page Scan
48My God, my God, to thee I cryPage Scan
49Will you drink the flowing fountain?Page Scan
50Whoever receiveth the Crucified OnePage Scan
51On the cross where Christ hung bleedingPage Scan
52How bright the hope that Calv'ry bringsPage Scan
53Hear the royal proclamationPage Scan
54Into the tent where a gypsy boy layPage Scan
55Come, ye that love the Savior's namePage Scan
56There is rest in the promise of JesusPage Scan
57Gently, Lord, oh, gently lead usPage Scan
58Rest of the weary, Joy of the sadPage Scan
59Far better than rubies, more costly than goldPage Scan
60Are you staying, safely stayingPage Scan
61Tho' long my feet have wanderedPage Scan
62There is peace only in his namePage Scan
63Who is on the Lord's side?Page Scan
64Hast thou heard of that wonderful JesusPage Scan
65For Jesus we are soldiersPage Scan
66How blindly some have waitedPage Scan
67Behold, a stone in Zion laidPage Scan
68"I bring you tidings of great joy"Page Scan
69Let us praise the Lord of heavenPage Scan
70How silently thro' night and day The fleeting years go byPage Scan
71Behold the harvest fields are whitePage Scan
72Workers in the Master's vineyardPage Scan
73Lo! the fields are white unto the harvest nowPage Scan
74Make me a worker for JesusPage Scan
75Christians, lo! the fields are whit'ningPage Scan
76aIn the furrows of thy life, sow the seedPage Scan
76bSee! the sun is high in heavenPage Scan
78The golden grain is gathered inPage Scan
79Help the erring, help the wearyPage Scan
80A ship comes over the sea of timePage Scan
81Courage, brother, do not stumblePage Scan
82Keep the temp'rance banner waving!Page Scan
83Savior, I follow on, Guided by theePage Scan
84The light of truth is breakingPage Scan
85The Bible, the Bible, more precious than goldPage Scan
86There's a tide of anguish rollsPage Scan
87Blessed Bible! how I love it!Page Scan
88Angels are near us, their presence unheededPage Scan
89Beyond this land of parting, losing and leavingPage Scan
90Far out o'er the dim, unsounded seaPage Scan
91Jerusalem, my happy home!Page Scan
92Oh, the song of the soul shall not die nor grow oldPage Scan
93Only waiting till the shadowsPage Scan
94Up to the bountiful Giver of lifePage Scan
95We'll praise the LordPage Scan
96Light faintly gleaming, pilgrim, lift up thine eyePage Scan
97Go, bury thy sorrowPage Scan
98We know not the time when he comethPage Scan
99Praise to thee, our great CreatorPage Scan
100Above the clouds that veil the bluePage Scan
101Oh, far, far away, over the silent seaPage Scan

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