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Songs of Trust and Triumph No. 1

Editor: Nathaniel Carlson
Publisher: Glenn-Dayle Press, Miami, Fl., 1929
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d1A friend who is tender in love
d2A full and free salvation the King provides
d3A happy pilgrim band we're marching on to glory
d4Abide my soul, my weary soul
d5All that our Savior hath spoken
d6Are you burdened with a load of sin
d7Are you telling each day of that wonderful love
d8Art thou fearful Christian sailor
d9Carry me back to Calvary's mountain
d10Central's never busy, always on the line
d11Come to the loving Savior, A friend so loyal and true
d12Come to the loving Savior, come
d13Dear Jesus, I pray that you look now this way
d14Deeper than wells, clearer than bells
d15Down in the vale mid the fragrance of lilies
d16Everything that life containeth
d17Firm stands the Rock, on shores of time
d18Follow me, a call so tender
d19For long years I have been waiting
d20Forth from the heart of the Father there came
d21Friends, do you know, Jesus my Lord
d22God hath [has] not promised skies always blue
d23God is calling yet, will you not hear
d24Have you tried and failed
d25Hear the blessed Savior calling the oppressed
d26How it charmed me and filled me with gladness
d27I am listening for the trumpet of the morning
d28I am trusting thee, Lord Jesus, trusting only thee
d29I ask for just enough of strength
d30I believe in the old time religion, For it saves from all sin here below
d31I fear no foe as on my path I go
d32I have a friend who loveth me
d33I have found his grace is all complete
d34I have heard of the Savior, His love so divine
d35I have such a Savior who saved me from sin
d36I long for the home of the brave and the free
d37I often tried to be, but couldn't be
d38I want, dear Lord, a heart that's pure
d39I was once a galley slave of sin
d40I was weak and heavy laden with my grief
d41If the strife has stilled your heart's glad singing
d42I'm out and out for Jesus
d43In a world where life is a fleeting thing
d44In the cross of Jesus all my trust shall be
d45Is your soul in touch with Jesus
d46Jesus came to Bethlehem
d47Jesus, have thy way with me
d48Jesus, O abide with me
d49Joyfully, joyfully, onward we go
d50Just a while, and my soul will be soaring
d51Living for Jesus O what peace
d52Never be afraid to speak for Jesus
d53O happy day when I shall see
d54O let me live from day to day
d55O let me walk with Jesus
d56O my soul, bless thou Jehovah
d57O songs of faith that pilgrims sing
d58O tell me what means this invitation
d59O the wonderful story of Christ and his love
d60O the world is full of troubles
d61Over and over the Savior stands knocking
d62Praise the Lord for grace so free and full
d63Repeat the glad story of Jesus
d64Repeat the sweet story of Jesus to me
d65Revive us, revive us, O Lord, God almighty
d66Room at the cross for a trembling [sinner's, sinsick] soul
d67Savior, Thy dying love Thou gavest me
d68See our banner waving, hear the trumpet blow
d69Show me the way to go home, dear Lord
d70Sing the wondrous love of Jesus, sing his mercy
d71Sweet is the promise of the Lord
d72Sweetly the voice of Jesus falls on thy ear
d73Tell me about the Master
d74Tell to me the sweet old story
d75The blessed Jesus loved me
d76The blood that Jesus once shed for me
d77The great broadcasting station
d78The Lord is my Shepherd, I never shall want
d79The love of God, a mighty sea
d80The sands have been washed in the footprints
d81The Word and promise which God has given
d82There are many snares and pitfalls
d83There is a name that is far more sweet
d84There is an eye that never sleeps
d85There is one who loves me, one who is my friend
d86There were days that seemed lonely and dreary
d87They come from the east and west, they come from the lands afar
d88Thou art my Shepherd, Caring in every need
d89Thy worthiness is all our song
d90Time's clock is striking the hour
d91Traveling onward to a city bright and fair
d92Trust your way through, whate'er may betide
d93We won't [we'll not] give up the Bible, God's holy book of truth
d94What gives so great and sweet a joy
d95When all thy life seems dreary
d96When I came to myself, I was far from the fold
d97When I saw the cleansing fountain
d98When in my sorrow he found me
d99When Jesus walked beside the Galilee
d100When my service on earth is o'er

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