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Sing of Calvary

Editor: Vesphew Benton Ellis
Publisher: Tennessee Music & Printing Co., Cleveland, Tenn., 1947
Denomination: Church of God (Cleveland, Tenn.)
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d1All along on the road to the soul's true abode
d2All the day long with rapture I'm singing
d3All to Jesus I surrender
d4All you ever talk about
d5Anyone can see something ought to be done
d6As I journey through the land singing as I go
d7Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep
d8Beautiful songs shall swell over the earth today
d9Billows roll o'er my soul
d10Blessed Jesus, I'm helpless
d11Broad is the road [stream] that leads to death [wrath]
d12Carry on for Jesus everywhere you go
d13Children of God today, going along lifes way
d14Daily walking in the blessed light of love
d15Day by day, on my way, I meet problems
d16Down here we meet with doubt and fear
d17Down in my heart I'm always rejoicing
d18For many years I wandered outside the Master's fold
d19Glory, hallulujah, I am on my way
d20Glory is coming after a while
d21Great God of hosts, keept silent call
d22Heaven has a mansion with a great expansion
d23Holding to the mighty arm of Jesus
d24How gracious is the love of God
d25How sweet it is to be with God
d26I am a pilgrim and a stranger in this land
d27I am coming to the cross, I am poor
d28I am going to a city bright eternal
d29I am going to a city where the streets are purest gold
d30I am going to that fair city
d31I am making known to others
d32I am now a child of God, I've been washed
d33I am thinking today of the far away home
d34I can sing of Jesus as I journey here below
d35I cannot tell, I do not know, Why Jesus should
d36I feel the love of Jesus dwelling in my soul
d37I have found a Savior, Jesus Christ, God's son
d38I have left the road of sin
d39I have loved ones who've gone to that beautiful
d40I have started for home
d41I once was wandering in paths of sin
d42I stand at the brink of the silent river
d43I'd rather walk with Jesus
d44If you want religion in your weary heart today
d45I'm feeling so much better
d46I'm going to that land so bright and fair
d47I'm headed up the glory line
d48I'm just a poor lonely wandering pilgrim
d49I'm only on a visit in this vain world of care
d50In the cradle of an old fashioned mother
d51In the darkness of night
d52Into the shadows and into the night
d53It may not be in morning's light
d54I've been redeemed by the Savior's own blood
d55I've got the old fashioned love
d56I've left the old paths I traveled so long
d57Jesus Christ is made to me
d58Jesus! the Christ, in the garden alone
d59List to the still, small voice
d60Lord, I am thine, entirely thine, Purchased and saved by blood divine
d61Many times the storm clouds gather on the way
d62Many years I've wasted, squandered
d63Merry Christmas, merry Christmas, call the greetings
d64Moonbeams shining keep reminding
d65My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d66My dear ones are gone from earth away
d67My heavy load of sin that I had borne so long
d68My Savior and King whose praises I sing
d69Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d70Never worry, fret, or pine
d71O I do not fear all my troubles here
d72O let us be careful whle sowing our seed
d73O love surpassing knowledge
d74O Master of the winds and waters
d75O sinner, the Savior is pleading with you
d76O ye Christian soldiers, as you march along
d77Oft when twilight shadows fall
d78Often here we wonder why Christ the Lord had to die
d79Often people wonder why I told this sinful world goodby
d80On dark Calvary's mountain on a tree
d81On the resurrection morning when the trump of God shall sound
d82Once a sinner far from Jesus, I was perishing with cold
d83Once I was lost in sin
d84Once my soul was lost in sin
d85Out upon life's troubled sea
d86Pass me not, O gentle Savior
d87Peace and gladness filled my soul
d88Since I have found my Redeemer and friend
d89Since I've left the valley
d90Sing, brother, sing, make praises ring
d91Sing of his glory, tell the glad song
d92Sleep, thou little one, sleep
d93So far away from the homeland
d94So many years I wandered along
d95Some day this life with all its strife
d96Some glad day I'm going home
d97Some people often ask me where I go
d98Some people reject the Savior
d99Sometimes I get weary on my pilgrim way
d100Sometimes my road is long and drear

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