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Songs of Love and Praise No. 5: for use in meetings for Christian worship or work

Editor: John R. Sweney, J. Howard Entwisle, Frank M. Davis
Publisher: John J. Hood, Philadelphia, 1898
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number until #202. The page scan is missing several pages.
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3Christ has shed his blood for mePage Scan
4Dying with Jesus, by death reckon'd minePage Scan
5Let us be triumphant Christians, with love's "sunshine in the soul"Page Scan
6Don't go half-way with Jesus if you follow him at allPage Scan
7I read that whosoever May from wrath fleePage Scan
8All the way my Saviour leads mePage Scan
9How oft as you journey, some brother you meetPage Scan
10There's a day of gladness by and byPage Scan
11There's not a friend like the lowly JesusPage Scan
12Do your best while Life's pilgrim way you treadPage Scan
13Thro' our faith in Christ the Lord we are justifiedPage Scan
14Will you be one in that beautiful land?Page Scan
15Wait on the Lord, wait patientlyPage Scan
16Behold! a royal armyPage Scan
17The blood of Jesus sprinkledPage Scan
18"Be not afraid, only believe"Page Scan
19Would you to your Saviour now be reconciled?Page Scan
20We shall cross the mystic river, one by onePage Scan
21My soul, stay not in shadowsPage Scan
22There is sunshine for the pilgrimPage Scan
23When I shall reach the more excellent gloryPage Scan
24March on, happy soldiers, rejoice as you goPage Scan
25Draw me still closer, dear SaviourPage Scan
26"Look unto me and be ye saved"Page Scan
27Again in all his beauty the Lord shall comePage Scan
28To my blessed Lord and Saviour, as he walks before me herePage Scan
29In love divine I dwellPage Scan
30I have found the waters sweetPage Scan
31Our hopes, like the roses, may wither and die
32One sweet hour alone with Jesus
33My many sins are all forgiv'nPage Scan
34Who will answer for me, when, life's battles all pastPage Scan
35We shall reach the land of lightPage Scan
36There'll be no dark valley when Jesus comesPage Scan
37Just one touch as he moves alongPage Scan
38The road we must travel is sometimes rough and steepPage Scan
39Can it be that Jesus bought me
40O idler, why loiter
41In the fight against sin
42A message sweet is borne to me
43Are you going away without Jesus tonightPage Scan
44A glorious song is ringing in my heartPage Scan
45Like the sunshine breaking thro' the clouds o'erheadPage Scan
46Look unto him who has carried your sinPage Scan
47The Saviour lives within my heartPage Scan
48The dear old story of a Saviour's lovePage Scan
49Out to sea 'midst stormy gales
50Hark! hark, the trumpet sounding
51"Be of good cheer," saith the SaviourPage Scan
52When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound, and time shall be no morePage Scan
53I've wandered far away from GodPage Scan
54Sow kind deeds in youth's fair morningPage Scan
55Wheresoe'er we be on life's raging seaPage Scan
56Vile and sinful tho' I bePage Scan
57We are on the winning sidePage Scan
58Would you go rejoicing onPage Scan
59Wonderful mercy that sought usPage Scan
60On the floods of despair I was driftingPage Scan
61When I walk through the valley of the shadow
62Dost thou love me, love me truly
63On the band of trusting watchersPage Scan
64Toiler in the harvest fieldPage Scan
65There's gain for all our lossesPage Scan
66Oh, where is my father who used to love me soPage Scan
67Give me the mind of JesusPage Scan
68Holy Spirit from abovePage Scan
69When the skies are low'ring, Saviour dearPage Scan
70I asked thee, Lord, for gifts alonePage Scan
71With joyful hope I look abovePage Scan
72There's a song of hope like a chime of bellsPage Scan
73No danger can my soul affrightPage Scan
74Lord Jesus, thou knowest I love theePage Scan
75Blessed Bible, Book of GoldPage Scan
76O the glory hallelujahPage Scan
77If o'er thy way dark clouds are castPage Scan
78I do not know why trials severePage Scan
79A little while to wait and watch and wonderPage Scan
80Once, Gideon at God's commandPage Scan
81I am safe in the Rock that is higher than IPage Scan
82He hath set his love upon me, oh, how precious is the sealPage Scan
83The God of Jacob will todayPage Scan
84When we leave earth's shorePage Scan
85There is a voice above the stormPage Scan
86The promise assures us that all who believePage Scan
87Like as a bird at eveningPage Scan
88My sins I've laid at Jesus' feetPage Scan
89I'm pressing on the upward wayPage Scan
90O beautiful home of the wearyPage Scan
91Come sinner, come, why will you die?Page Scan
92I have found a friend who has saved my soulPage Scan
93Some day we shall be satisfiedPage Scan
94On the mighty Rock of AgesPage Scan
95My life is full of sunshinePage Scan
96Saviour, hear me, while before thy feetPage Scan
97Are you sowing, daily sowingPage Scan
98In the rosy morning hoursPage Scan
99Wounded and dying on Jericho's roadPage Scan
100Once a sinner far from Jesus, I was perishing with coldPage Scan
101I have found the blessed Jesus
102When shining stars their vigils keepPage Scan

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