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Selected Salvation Songs. Vol. 1

Editor: Thomas B. Coombs
Publisher: Headquarters Salvation Temple, Toronto, Ont., 1887
Denomination: Salvation Army in Canada
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d1A call to arms from heaven to earth is sounding
d2At the cross when a soul is pleading
d3Christ the loving friend of men
d4Come soldiers brave and true,
d5Come, thou burning Spirit, come
d6Far and wide in many a region
d7Filled is my heart with grateful praise
d8For pardon to the cross I came
d9From heaven to earth my Savior came
d10From the broad and crowded way
d11God shed His light from heaven
d12Hallelujah, we are marching onward
d13Have you received the holy power
d14I am a child of God, saved through the precious
d15I am a soldier of the cross, say, brothers, will you
d16I stand to learn, Lord, at thy cross
d17I will sing the story of Jesus
d18In a world so full of weeping
d19It's true there's a beautiful city
d20Let me hear thy voice now speaking
d21Let us win the world for Jesus
d22Lord, I'm coming to thee
d23My Jesus bore the cross for me
d24My mind upon thee, Lord, is stayed
d25O return, O return To thy Father's face
d26O spotless Lamb, I come to thee
d27O thou to whom in ancient time
d28On Calvary's heights of yore
d29One with my Lord, 'tis glorious to know
d30Pleasures sought, dearly bought
d31Salvation in Jesus I've found it
d32Sins of years are washed away
d33So that he for me might die
d34Some people praise our method
d35Stand to arms, stand to arms
d36The waves of death's river are dark and cold
d37There flows a stream from my riven side
d38There is a cleansing current
d39There's a golden day, and 'tis not far away
d40They say that our army's the grandest of schemes
d41Thou precious Savior, spotless Lamb
d42To the war, to the war, loud and long the battle cry
d43What a blessed hope, how it cheers my soul
d44What sounds are those that reach the ear
d45When I first went to the Army
d46When the chariot is lowering
d47While in my Lord confiding
d48Who, when sunk in deep despair
d49You have oft heard the call to surrender
d50You may roam through the world
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