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Songs that Touch the Heart. Vol. 1

Editor: Alfred B. Smith
Publisher: Singspiration / Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1948
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d1A perfect day is coming by and by A day of peace
d2Alone upon Calvary's rugged tree
d3Come, O come to the blessed Savior
d4Come ye sinners, lost and hopeless
d5Could we catch the glistening of the dew
d6Day by day, and with each passing moment Strength I find
d7From the fields so white with harvest
d8God's tomorrow is a day of gladness
d9God's way is the best way
d10Have thy [thine] affections been nailed to the cross
d11Have you failed in your plan
d12I am satisfied with Jesus, He has done so much for me
d13I belong to the King, I'm a child of his love
d14I do not know, why [how] oft round me
d15I have found no satisfaction
d16I hear my dying Savior say, follow me
d17I walked one day along a country road
d18I was a wandering sheep
d19I will meet you in the morning
d20I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus
d21If I have wounded any [a] soul today
d22If you have named the name of Jesus
d23If you should ask me why I love my Savior
d24Into a garden went my Lord
d25Is there anyone can help us
d26Is your life a channel of blessing
d27It was for you the Savior died For you the fountain opened wide
d28I've a message from the Lord, hallelujah
d29Jesus has promised my Shepherd to be
d30Lonely and sad though your heart may be
d31Lord, lead me in an humble path
d32Loved with everlasting love
d33Lowly and humbly, Lord, here I bow
d34My only hope must be in Jesus
d35My soul was heavy laden
d36O how well I remember
d37Out in the stormy night of sin
d38Over the river faces I see
d39Search me, O God [Lord], and know my heart today
d40So precious is Jesus, my Savior, my [and] King
d41Some day I shall hear God's call of love
d42Sometime all sorrows shall [will] be o'er
d43The Master is seeking a harvest
d44There are loved ones in the [up in] [now in] glory
d45There were ninety and nine that [who] safely lay
d46There's no disappointment in heaven, no weariness
d47Think on the way, O thou storm driven child
d48Walking along life's road one day
d49When I, a poor, lost sinner, Before the Lord
d50When I am burdened, or weary and sad
d51When I think of Jesus dying on the cross for me
d52When walking in the way with Jesus
d53With thorn crowned head the Savior died
d54Within my heart I hold a fadeless memory
d55Wondrous it seemeth to me
d56Wounded for me, wounded for me
d57You ask me how I know that Jesus saves me
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