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Spiritual Songs for Gospel Meetings and the Sunday School

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3Oppressed with noonday's scorching heatPage Scan
4Whoever receiveth the Crucified OnePage Scan
5We are toiling up the wayPage Scan
6The Lord is my Light, then why should I fear?Page Scan
7I will live for my RedeemerPage Scan
8Precious is the name of Jesus, who can halfPage Scan
9Would you know why I love JesusPage Scan
10Lead me to Jesus, my soul is so wearyPage Scan
11Jesus now is my salvationPage Scan
12At the door I'm knocking, knockingPage Scan
13In the rock of ages hiding, I have foundPage Scan
14Shall we meet beyond the river, where the surgesPage Scan
15Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing powerPage Scan
16O Lord, I come once more to theePage Scan
17Precious is the blood of the LambPage Scan
18For what are you waitingPage Scan
19Though our burdens may be heavyPage Scan
20In the wilds of sin a weary soulPage Scan
21Touch and cleanse me, blessed SaviorPage Scan
22I have longed for the bliss of pardonPage Scan
23Jesus, I am waiting nowPage Scan
24A little talk with Jesus, How it smoothes thePage Scan
25God is coming, God is coming, shout aloud the glad refrainPage Scan
26Anywhere, dear Jesus, lead my willing feetPage Scan
27Lord, I care not for riches, neither silver nor goldPage Scan
28I will not murmur, nor sigh for restPage Scan
29The Lord is all in all to mePage Scan
30Like a star of the morning in its beautyPage Scan
31I was once far away from the Savior, And as vilePage Scan
32This world, blessed Savior, is nothing but drossPage Scan
33O come to the cross, near the spear wounded sidePage Scan
34Behold a stranger standingPage Scan
35There's not upon earth such a hallowed retreatPage Scan
36Good news come o'er the seaPage Scan
37I know that my Redeemer lives, I feel his kindlyPage Scan
38I am waiting for the morning of the blessed day to dawnPage Scan
39Savior, fold me in Thy armsPage Scan
40I have found repose for my weary soulPage Scan
41Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem camePage Scan
42aHave ye [you] not a word for JesusPage Scan
42bAs the rising sun dispersesPage Scan
43I follow the footsteps of Jesus, my LordPage Scan
44I would not live without theePage Scan
45Hast thou heard of that wonderful JesusPage Scan
46There is joy in heaven, where the angels dwellPage Scan
47Some go away from the [this] house tonightPage Scan
48O what utter weakness fills this soul of minePage Scan
49Closer to thee, my Father, draw mePage Scan
50Do you hear the Savior callingPage Scan
51At the feet of Jesus lyingPage Scan
52Is there a sinner awaiting mercyPage Scan
53I am the Way, the Savior said, The paths of sin forsakePage Scan
54My Lord and my Savior, Creator and KingPage Scan
54bI am far away from my Father's housePage Scan
55Sweet hope, the anchor of my soulPage Scan
56Far, far away, o'er the silent seaPage Scan
57We are toiling onward, hand in handPage Scan
58We will sing the praise of Jesus when we allPage Scan
59Nearer the cross my heart can sayPage Scan
60My life is filled with sad regretsPage Scan
61'Tis grace, 'tis grace, 'tis wonderful gracePage Scan
62When the way seems long and drearyPage Scan
63Come to Jesus! he will save youPage Scan
64aI saw a wayworn travelerPage Scan
64bI am far away from my Father's housePage Scan
65No time to give to JesusPage Scan
66aI shall not want, HallelujahPage Scan
66bNo, not despairingly come I to theePage Scan
67When I shall awake in that fair morn of mornsPage Scan
68O lead me to Jesus, I'm tiredPage Scan
69We are singing, praises bringingPage Scan
70aDown at the cross where my [the] Savior diedPage Scan
70bThy grace, O my Savior, can reach even mePage Scan
71O tarry no longer, my brotherPage Scan
72aI love the name of JesusPage Scan
72bO love surpassing knowledgePage Scan
73Into thy hands, O Lord, myself I givePage Scan
74aIf instead of highest pathwaysPage Scan
74bJesus, my Lord, to thee I cryPage Scan
75Though thy way seems dark and drearyPage Scan
76aGod in his mercy calls unto [upon] mePage Scan
76bI left my glorious home on highPage Scan
77Jesus, lead the way, So we shall not strayPage Scan
78aWhat can wash away my sin [sins] [stain]Page Scan
78bO Savior divine, I would lovingly twinePage Scan
79The blood that flowed from CalvaryPage Scan
80aDraw near, O Christ, to mePage Scan
80bComing, when the day is brightPage Scan
81aJesus, I have room for theePage Scan
81bMy Jesus [Savior], I love thee, I know thou art minePage Scan
83aJust as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
83bO take my fevered hands in thinePage Scan
83cO God, forgive the years and yearsPage Scan
83dWhen I survey the wondrous crossPage Scan
83eLord, I am thine, entirely thine, Purchased and saved by blood divinePage Scan
83fCome, Savior, Jesus, from abovePage Scan
83gWith tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
83hShow pity Lord, O Lord, forgivePage Scan
83iO that my load of sin were [was] gonePage Scan
85aO, Beulah Land! Fair Beulah Land!Page Scan

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