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Songs of Trust and Triumph No. 3

Editor: Nathaniel Carlson
Published: 1932
Place of Publication: Minneapolis, Minn.
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d1A friend of Jesus, O what bliss
d2A mercy seat unto us is given
d3A moment alone with Jesus
d4A pilgrim was seen on the way
d5A quiet, childlike heart cannot be obtained
d6A quivering chord is broken
d7Above the storms and strife of time
d8All that our Savior hath spoken
d9Are you burdened with a load of sin
d10Are you discouraged, are you distressed
d11Art thou fearful Christian sailor
d12As I journey through the land singing as I go
d13At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints
d14Awake, awake, the Master now is calling
d15Be not dismayed whate'er betide
d16Beautiful Savior, King of creation
d17Behold we go up to Jerusalem
d18Blessed be the fountain of blood
d19Bright morning will follow the darkest night
d20Carry me back to Calvary's mountain
d21Central's never busy, always on the line
d22Children of the heavenly father
d23Christ has for sin atonement made
d24Christ Jesus my Lord from heaven came
d25Christ, our Redeemer, died on the cross
d26Christ, the Lord is risen, sing for joy my soul
d27Come sing a song of our Savior
d28Come to the loving Savior, come
d29Coming to Jesus my Savior
d30Consecrated to thy service
d31Dark was the hour, Gethsemane
d32Day by day, and with each passing moment
d33Deeper than wells, clearer than bells
d34Down in the valley among the sweet grasses [lillies]
d35Ere you left your room this morning
d36Everything that life containeth
d37Firm stands the Rock, on shores of time
d38Follow me, a call so tender
d39Friends, do you know, Jesus my Lord
d40Go out and gather the golden grain
d41God be praised for every blessing
d42God came to me one day, and spoke
d43God hath [has] not promised skies always blue
d44Gone from my heart the world and [with] all its charms
d45Happy in Christ by faith today
d46Hark, sinner, hark. we have tidings so true
d47Have thy [thine] affections been nailed to the cross
d48Have you been looking for real, true love
d49Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power
d50Have you grown faint in the conflict with sin
d51Have you tried and failed
d52Here I'm a pilgrim, a guest and a stranger
d53Here in this world there is change
d54Home, home, home, to God's Jerusalem
d55How it charmed me and filled me with gladness
d56I am listening for the trumpet of the morning
d57I am saved, and now my heart is full of gladness
d58I am trusting thee, Lord Jesus, trusting only thee
d59I could never live without my blessed Savior
d60I fear no foe as on my path I go
d61I have a friend who loveth me
d62I have a future all sublime
d63I have a home that is fairer than day
d64I have found his grace is all complete
d65I have found the Rose of Sharon
d66I have heard of the Savior, His love so divine
d67I have such a Savior who saved me from sin
d68I heard his call and I obeyed him
d69I long for the home of the brave and the free
d70I must have the Savior with me
d71I often tried to be, but couldn't be
d72I stand all bewildered [astonished] with wonder
d73I wandered far away from God
d74I was once a galley slave of sin
d75I was weak and heavy laden with my grief
d76I would go, dear Lord, to heaven
d77If, like the dove, on its pinions
d78If the strife has made your heart grow weary
d79If you have forgotten Jesus
d80In a lonely graveyard [churchyard], many miles away
d81In God's book we read in words that brightly glow
d82In heaven all is gladness
d83In tenderness he sought me
d84In the cross of Jesus all my trust shall be
d85In your search for wealth and the gleam of gold
d86Is your life a channel of blessing
d87Is your soul in touch with Jesus
d88Jesus came to Bethlehem
d89Jesus, comfort and sustain me
d90Jesus, I am sweetly resting
d91Jesus is tenderly calling thee [you] home
d92Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem came
d93Jesus, O abide with me
d94Joyfully, joyfully, onward we go
d95Just a while, and my soul will be soaring
d96Let me sing of the precious blood of Jesus
d97Like a sudden flash of lightning
d98Love divine, so great and wondrous
d99Man of sorrow [sorrows], what a name
d100Maranatha, Maranatha, Let the message go

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