The Song Book of the Salvation Army

Issued by the authority of: Jarl Walström
Publisher: The Salvation Army, Great Britain, St. Albans, 1986
Denomination: Salvation Army
Language: English
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1A mighty fortress is our GodText
2All creatures of our God and KingText
3All people that on earth do dwellText
4Before Jehovah's aweful throneText
5Eternal God, our song we raiseText
6Eternal God, unchanging
7Fill thou my life, O Lord my GodText
8Immortal, invisible, God only wiseText
9Jehovah is our strengthText
10Joyful, joyful, we adore theeText
11Let all the world in every corner singText
12Now thank we all our GodText
13O God, our help in ages pastText
14O Lord, I will delight in theeText
15O Lord of Heaven and earth and seaText
16O worship the King, all glorious aboveText
17Praise, my soul, the King of HeavenText
18Praise to the holiest in the heightText
19Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creationText
20Stand up and bless the LordText
21Through all the changing scenes of lifeText
22To God be the glory, great things he hath doneText
23What shall I render to my GodText
24Ye servants of God, your Master proclaimText
25Each little flower that opensText
26Begin, my tongue, some heavenly themeText
27Beyond the farthest bounds of earth
28For the beauty of the earthText
29God moves in a mysterious wayText
30God of concrete, God of steel
31God speaks to us in bird and songText
32God who touchest earth with beautyText
33Great is thy faithfulness, O God my FatherText
34Let us with a gladsome mindText
35Morning has brokenText
36O bright eternal One
37O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonderText
38O Lord of every shining constellation
39O Mighty God! When I thy works considerText
40Summer suns are glowingText
41The little cares which fretted meText
42This is my Father's worldText
43Come, let us all unite to singText
44Don't assume that God's dismissed you from his mind
45God gave his Son for meText
46God loved the world of sinners lostText
47God's love is as high as the heavensText
48God's love to me is wonderful
49Have you ever stopped to think how God loves you
50If human hearts are often tender
51Love has a language, all its own making
52Many are the things I cannot understand
53The King of love my shepherd isText
54The Lord's my shepherd, I'll not wantText
55What shall I do my God to loveText
56All hail the power of Jesus' nameText
57Come, let us join our cheerful songsText
58How sweet the name of Jesus soundsText
59I know thee who thou art
60Jesus, the name high over allText
61Jesus, the very thought of theeText
62Let earth and Heaven agreeText
63Never fades the name of Jesus
64O for a thousand tongues to singText
65Of all in earth or HeavenText
66Take the name of Jesus with youText
67The great physician now is nearText
68The name of Jesus is so sweetText
69There is a name I love to hearText
70There is beauty in the name of JesusText
71There's no other name but this name
72A child this day is bornText
73All my heart this night rejoicesText
74All our hearts rejoice this morningText
75Angels, from the realms of GloryText
76As with gladness men of oldText
77Away in a manger, no crib for a bedText
78Christians awake, salute the happy mornText
79Come, thou long-expected JesusText
80Do you know the song that the angels sangText
81Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comesText
82Hark! the herald angels singText
83It came upon the midnight clearText
84Joy to the world! the Lord is comeText
85O come, all ye faithfulText
86O little town of BethlehemText
87Once, in royal David’s cityText
88See, amid the winter's snowText
89Silent night! Holy nightText
90The first Nowell the angel did sayText
91They all were looking for a kingText
92When wise men came seeking for Jesus from farText
93While shepherds watched their flocks by nightText
94A light came out of darknessText
95Blessèd are the poor in spirit
96Have you ever heard the storyText
97Jesus, good above all otherText
98Tell me the old, old storyText
99Tell me the story of JesusText
100Thou art the way: to thee aloneText

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