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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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103The snow was drifting o'er the hillsPage Scan
104When the cares of life are ended, And I lay me down to restPage Scan
105My Saviour bore the curse for mePage Scan
106When from ev'ry land and nation all the saints are gather'd homePage Scan
107On memory's wall engraven stands
108Seeking the lost, yes, kindly entreating
109My blest Redeemer left heaven one dayPage Scan
110O what everlasting mercyPage Scan
111When Jesus died on Calv'ry's treePage Scan
112O'er the dark and stormy sea of timePage Scan
113'Tis sad to think, that tho' some hearPage Scan
114When storms are sweeping o'er thy wayPage Scan
115All along the waysidePage Scan
116On Calvary's mountain he bought mePage Scan
117Bethany's Comforter comes to blessPage Scan
118When darkness is hedging my wayPage Scan
119Living for Jesus meekly each dayPage Scan
120Bring your sin to the loving SaviourPage Scan
121I've a blessing ev'ry dayPage Scan
122Hear the Master calling now for laborersPage Scan
123Jesus is my joy and sunshine[Jesus is my joy and sunshine]Page Scan
124Once I was heavy ladenPage Scan
125I never weary trav'ling the way my Father's trodPage Scan
126When I hear the trumpet sounding that shall call forth from their restPage Scan
127I came to Jesus with my sinPage Scan
128Jesus has sav'd me and cleans'd me from sinPage Scan
129Come, sinner, to the SaviourPage Scan
130Father, thou art willing to bestowPage Scan
131Sailing down the stream of timePage Scan
132Joy is beaming in my soul, I'm happy all the dayPage Scan
133I'm not afraid of the journeyPage Scan
134There's a hand that's writing nowPage Scan
135Out of Christ, without a SaviorPage Scan
136Once Peter took a step or two upon the rolling seaPage Scan
137Blessed words that with me dwellPage Scan
138Lead on, O King eternalPage Scan
139I am dwelling with my Saviour on the heights of Beulah landPage Scan
140Oh, what a sad time, poor sinner, 'twill bePage Scan
141We're trav'ling home to heav'n abovePage Scan
142Saviour, guide me down life's riverPage Scan
143There is a danger line on the sea of lifePage Scan
144There is a beautiful home Beyond the silent seaPage Scan
145In the shadow of his wings I am resting sweetlyPage Scan
146There's a place in heav'n prepared for mePage Scan
147Oh, the best songs of all are the songs about JesusPage Scan
148It may not be on the mountain’s heightPage Scan
149When your spirit bows in sorrowPage Scan
150O'er the trackless deep the sailor sails for many a weary dayPage Scan
151A feast of love togetherPage Scan
152Come to the Saviour, believe in his namePage Scan
153Do not draw the curtains o'er the windows of the soulPage Scan
154Ye are the temples, Jesus hath spokenPage Scan
155Christ lived and suffered here belowPage Scan
156You're sailing t'ward the fearful rapids, brotherPage Scan
157I have found a precious friend whose name is JesusPage Scan
158Would Jesus live in this sincurs'd landPage Scan
159Lord, for tomorrow and its needs I do not prayPage Scan
160With hearts attuned with praise we meet againPage Scan
161Victory, victory, glorious victoryPage Scan
162While upon the pilgrim's pathway moving t'ward the promis'd landPage Scan
163The clouds no longer 'round me rollPage Scan
164The mantle of love the Saviour has spreadPage Scan
165O the brightness and the glory of love came to mePage Scan
166All the fields are growing whiter[All the fields are growing whiter]Page Scan
167Saviour, lead me, lest I strayPage Scan
168While we now, dear Lord, at thy altar kneelPage Scan
169O brother, if the Lord has forgiv'n your sinPage Scan
170Jesus, the loving Shepherd, Calleth thee now to comePage Scan
171When my life work is ended, and I cross the swelling tidePage Scan
172Encamped along the hills of lightPage Scan
173O'er death's sea, in yon blest cityPage Scan
174List to the story Of the Christ, who for thy soulPage Scan
175When you stand among the faithful in the army of the KingPage Scan
176Sweetly I'm resting in JesusPage Scan
177Behold the ark of GodPage Scan
178There's a blessed Stranger at the doorPage Scan
179The pearly gates of gloryPage Scan
180Jesus, keep us till we meet againPage Scan
181Not a cloud to hide our skyPage Scan
182Many weary miles I've wander'dPage Scan
183Beyond the stars that shine so brightPage Scan
184Oh, spread the tidings 'roundPage Scan
185A hand all bruised and bleeding is knocking at the doorPage Scan
186The cross that he gave may be heavyPage Scan
187Dost thou know at thy bolted heart's door tonightPage Scan
188There's a deep, turbid river flowing just beforePage Scan
189This life will soon be endedPage Scan
190Once I stood by the poolPage Scan
191Where my Shepherd leads I'll followPage Scan
192Heart and voice united in a triumph songPage Scan
194In the shelter of the Saviour's lovePage Scan
195O bless the Lord, what joy is mine!Page Scan
196Oh, the best friend to have is JesusPage Scan
197Prayer is the key For the bending kneePage Scan
198It pays to serve Jesus, I speak from my heartPage Scan
199Like a shepherd, tender, truePage Scan
200I've been a wand'rer far from GodPage Scan
201From Calv'ry's mountain soundingPage Scan
202I have a friend to whom I goPage Scan
203O brother, have you heard the story?Page Scan

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