Songs You Love No. 5

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Editor: Eugene L. Clark
Publisher: Back to the Bible Publishers, Lincoln, Neb., 1960
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d1Are there crosses too heavy to carry
d2By and by, when I look on his face
d3Come ye sinners, lost and hopeless
d4Creation shows the power of God
d5Day by day, and with each passing moment
d6Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deep
d7God's way is the best way
d8I do not seek for earthly fame
d9I wonder, have I given my best to Jesus
d10If I gained the world
d11I'll hold thy hand when the storm clouds
d12In tenderness he sought me
d13Is it nothing to you that in darkness of sin
d14Jesus will walk with me down through the valley
d15Like the sunshine after rain
d16Only a step to Jesus from your sin and shame
d17Precious, precious blood of Jesus
d18Say not that God his face has hidden from you
d19Since I started on my journey toward the heavenly
d20Sitting at the feet of Jesus, O what words
d21So send I you, to labor unrewarded
d22Somewhere there's a soul that is lonely
d23Tempted and tried we're oft made to [we often do] wonder [wander]
d24Thanks to God for my Redeemer
d25There may be tears to shed as we travel home
d26Trust in the lord with all thine heart
d27We shall do so much in the years to come
d28When God speaks, the high mountains tremble
d29When thou art weakest trials abound
d30Where hast thou gleaned today
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