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Songs of Conquest No. l

Editor: W. M. Bell
Publisher: United Brethren Publishing House, Dayton, Oh., 1903
Denomination: United Brethren in Christ
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d1A compromise of right is a triumph
d2Act, act on the verge of the century
d3All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall
d4America, thou child of providence
d5Are you counting for the Master every day
d6Behind me tonight lies the dim
d7Behind the blood red battle cloud
d8Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d9Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, with all thy quickening powers
d10Come near to thy father and tell him thy need
d11Come to the cross today
d12Down the ranks of the saved send the rousing call
d13Fair isle of Porto Rico, so long
d14Forever the word of the Lord shall endure
d15Forward, forward, every soldier
d16Forward moves the army
d17Gallant and glorious, marching afar
d18Gates of the beautiful
d19Gather the children to Jesus the Lord
d20Gif, o Jesu, froejd och lycke
d21God's Spirit now is striving
d22Hail to the Lord's anointed
d23Hasten with the gospel
d24Hearken now to the voice of the Spirit
d25I am safe, whatever may betide me
d26I am the tender Shepherd
d27I am trusting thee, dear Savior
d28I ask not why some days are fair
d29I can hear my [the] Savior calling
d30I have a friend so precious, so very
d31I have found what I wanted, what is
d32I have two hands, a right and left
d33I sing the love of God, my Father
d34If our plans be not all human
d35If today we sat in darkness
d36If you have a kind word, say it
d37In the footsteps of our Savior
d38In the home country of our King
d39Jesus, Savior, pilot me
d40Jesus, to thee I come
d41Let the light of life now shine
d42Little ones happy ones
d43Many centuries have flown
d44Men of thought, be up, and stirring
d45My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d46Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d47No frontier to his kingdom
d48O Christian, a watchword we bring you today
d49O come, give thanks unto the Lord
d50O for a thousand tongues to sing my great [dear] Redeemer's praise
d51O how many blessings every day
d52O I love to read of Jesus and his love
d53O it will be brighter tomorrow
d54O pilgrim on life's pathway here
d55O what boundless love we see
d56O, ye who toil the teeming soil
d57Oft the Christian, in life's pathway
d58Once more we've heard the word divine
d59Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross
d60Praying by the riverside
d61Read o'er your marching orders
d62Rest to the weary soul And aching breast
d63Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d64Savior, my life, my all, Thou wilt not leave me ready to hear my call
d65Scattering precious seed by the wayside
d66See now the waves that bathe the shores
d67Send the light of life to all
d68Since our Master ascended to God
d69Sitting in the darkness, longing
d70Soldiers, bound for Canaan's land
d71Sometimes the path is dreary
d72Sometimes we sigh as days go by
d73Speak gently, it is better far
d74Sun of my soul [our souls], thou [my] [O] Savior [Father] dear
d75Tarry with us, blessed Jesus
d76The evening shades are falling
d77The great battle is on
d78The harvest is great and the fields
d79The sea blood slumbering in our veins
d80The sweet gospel the pure word
d81The whole wide world for Jesus, All creatures great and small
d82Their faces to Jerusalem
d83There are coming changes great
d84There are mansions for the blest
d85There comes a cry from o'er the sea
d86There is need of soldiers
d87There is work for me to do
d88There's a bright golden light
d89There's a rest complete for the weary
d90There's a word for you to speak
d91They had come from out of the east
d92They wait, those millions over there
d93This will be a great day for you
d94Though the cross for him I bear
d95'Tis a good work, grand work
d96To be Christ's at last I will leave
d97To the lost ones far or near
d98To thee, O land, so dark, but dear
d99Tonight, my soul, be still and sleep
d100Trusting in the Savior who has ransomed me

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