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Special Songs

Editor: M. Homer Cummings
Publisher: M. Homer Cummings, Wheeling, W.V., 1935
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d1A ruler once came to [unto] Jesus [the Savior] by
d2All for Jesus, all for Jesus
d3Ere you left your room this morning
d4First among the Christian graces
d5Have you kept the vows that you made to God
d6Have you wandered away From the Savior today
d7How sweet and happy seem those days
d8I have a Savior, he's pleading in glory
d9I never can forget the day I heard my mother kindly say
d10I wandered in the shades of night
d11I will sing of my Redeemer, And his wondrous love
d12I'm rejoicing night and day
d13Is your testimony backed up by your life
d14Jesus, my Savior, humbly I pray
d15Many friends we have known
d16Master, the tempest is raging
d17My heavenly home is bright and fair, I feel like traveling on
d18Nothing between my soul and the [my] Savior
d19Oft I meet with trials on the way to glory
d20Over the river faces I see
d21Sitting at the feet of Jesus, O what words
d22Some day we shall reach the end of the trail
d23Somewhere the sun is shining
d24Though the world may be scornful and cold
d25Throw out the life line across the dark wave
d26We read of a place that's called heaven
d27Weary one, burdened down by guilt and shame
d28What a fellowship, what a joy divine
d29What a great cloud of witnesses
d30When at last your journey here has ended
d31When he calls you, will you answer
d32Yield not to temptation, for yielding is sin
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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