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Songs You Love No. 3

Editor: Eugene L. Clark
Publisher: Back to the Bible Publishers, Lincoln, Neb., 1958
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d1A truth that stands forevermore
d2Are you dwelling today in the secret place
d3As I travel through this pilgrim land
d4Christ Jesus has [hath] triumphed over Satan and death
d5Come to Jesus, come to Jesus, Come to Jesus just now
d6Come, with your heartache, your sorrow and care
d7Have thy [thine] affections been nailed to the cross
d8Have you had a kindness shown
d9He giveth more grace when the [as our] burdens grow greater
d10I don't know about tomorrow
d11I dreamed that [of] the great judgment morning
d12If you have named the name of Jesus
d13I'm just a weary pilgrim plodding through this world of sin
d14In times like these you need a Savior
d15Jesus alone could bring salvation
d16Lift up your eyes, look on the fields
d17O how precious are the promises of God to me
d18O my soul, bless thou Jehovah
d19O the friends that now are waiting
d20Someone is calling for help today
d21Sometimes, the shadows gather
d22The Savior can lift every burden
d23They borrowed a bed to lay his head
d24We shall walk through the valley in peace
d25When I travel the pathway so rugged and steep
d26When your heart is burdened down with grief
d27Where will you spend eternity
d28Why did they nail him to Calvary's tree
d29Ye who are troubled and burdened by sin
d30You need the blessed Savior
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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