Sing Out the Glad News

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Editor: J. M. Whyte, D. A. Whyte
Publisher: William Briggs, Toronto, Ont., 1889
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d1A few more days to brave the blast,
d2Are you building your house on the sand
d3Are you weary, are you heavy hearted
d4Behold a stone in Zion laid
d5Beyond these [those] chilling winds and gloomy skies
d6By faith the Lamb of God I see
d7Christian, are you growing weary
d8Come, O come to the fountain so free
d9Come, O my God, the promise seal
d10Come, poor sinner, to the blessed
d11Come to me, Savior, come in my grief
d12Come to the dear, blessed Savior
d13Come, weary sinner, to the cross
d14Down at the cross where my [the] Savior died
d15Earth and sky with beauty trembling
d16Far o'er the wold white rests the snow
d17Hark, there comes a whisper
d18Have mercy, Lord, on me, As thou wert [you are] ever kind
d19He came in his beauty, strength and pride
d20Hear the sweet voice of abiding love
d21I am waiting till my Lord shall come
d22I come to thee believing
d23I do not ask for the pride of earth
d24I have been at the fountain
d25I know that Jesus saves me
d26I long for the fulness of blessing
d27I long to reach the shining shore
d28I remember well a cottage
d29I'm with thee every hour
d30In the field of Christian duty
d31Into a [the] tent where a gypsy boy lay
d32I've a dear Savior, ready to listen
d33Jesus, my Lord, to thee I cry
d34Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem came
d35Just from the fountain, and now we can sing
d36Let me lean on thy bosom
d37Let me sing to you in a glad refrain
d38Lift up your heads, ye friends of Jesus
d39Like a star of the morning in its beauty
d40List, the Spirit calls to thee Will you be washed
d41Lo he's knocking at every heart
d42Lord, gather in the lost ones
d43Make me a worker for Jesus
d44My hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness
d45Nearer, yet nearer, my God, to thee
d46Now the chains of sin are broken
d47O come to the fountain when morning is breaking
d48O, come to the Savior, His arms are extended
d49O, come to the Savior today, He invites
d50O I love to sing of Jesus
d51O sing me a song of the land far away
d52O the promise, blessed promise
d53O this uttermost salvation
d54O why thus stand with reluctant feet
d55Once I thought I walked with Jesus
d56Our sins on Christ were laid
d57Parents, won't you come along
d58Remember the dear ones at home
d59Ring the bells of heaven today
d60Safe in thy arms
d61Safe on the rock I have anchored
d62Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling
d63Someone knocking, someone pleading
d64Still and small, still and small
d65Take Christ at his word
d66Take my life, and let it be, consecrated
d67The door of God's mercy is open to all
d68The Lord is my Light, then why should I fear?
d69The love of Christ is boundless
d70The tempter comes with guileful art
d71There is joy, there is joy, there is joy in heaven
d72There's a heaven for you
d73There's a tide of anguish rolls
d74They are coming to the Savior, see the mighty
d75They are looking down upon us
d76Thou Shepherd of Isr'l, a wanderer behold
d77Though your sins are manifold
d78We are going home rejoicing
d79We'll all gather home in the morning
d80We're a happy pilgrim band, sailing
d81What though thy heart with grief is bowed
d82When I reach that world of light
d83When I survey the wondrous cross
d84When I was far away and lost
d85When the clouds have left the hill tops
d86When the great Jubilee shall come
d87When the harvest is past and the summer is o'er
d88Wherever you may be, whatever you may see
d89Whoever receiveth the Crucified One
d90Why do you linger in darkness so long
d91Why do you wait a convenient day
d92Will you come, will you come, with your poor broken heart
d93Would you know why I love Jesus
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