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Songs of Cheer

Editor: J. R. Baxter
Publisher: Stamps Baxter Music and Printing Co., Dallas, Tex., 1952
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d1A faithful leader, Moses
d2Adown the narrow road
d3After the storm cloud
d4Angels came down from heavens high glory
d5Be not misled there's victory
d6Come on, reapers, his praises singing
d7Dreaming, dreaming silently
d8Ev'ry day I'm walking with my heavenly King
d9Gentle the breeze, bathing
d10Glory unending ever will be
d11God so loved this sinful world
d12Hallelujah, bells are ringing
d13Happy on the road that leads to glory
d14He knows the bitter, weary way
d15Here I meet with disappointments
d16Here we gather and love to sing
d17Here we have our disappointments
d18He's the Lily of the valley, and the
d19I am going to a city where the streets with gold
d20I am on the glory train
d21I am rolling, rolling
d22I am thinking tonight of an old fashioned home
d23I am trudging on toward that land
d24I am weak but thou art strong
d25I am weak, I am weary, but I must go along
d26I have a friend in whom I trust
d27I have a friend who saves from sin
d28I have a joy within my soul
d29I have peace and gladness in my heart
d30I have the love of Jesus down in
d31I once was a stranger to God
d32I rejoice in the love divine
d33I walk with my blessed Lord
d34I was groping deep in sin
d35I was lost in deep despair
d36I would like to go just for a day
d37I'll build my house on the solid rock
d38I'll make your great commission known
d39I'm a-gonna walk dem streets
d40I'm always singing and shouting
d41I'm going home some glory day
d42I'm just a lonely pilgrim
d43I'm just a pilgrim and a stranger here
d44I'm just a stranger here
d45I'm thinking of that eternal home
d46I'm thinking today of that beautiful home
d47In thy presence, Lord, I'm happy
d48It was back in the country, so long
d49I've a home that's far above the trouble
d50I've been blue the whole day through
d51I've been listening on the radio
d52I've been thinking today of the cowboys
d53I've heard the sacred story
d54Jesus, and shall it ever be
d55Jesus came from heaven to redeem the race
d56Jesus came from his home above
d57Jesus is my helper on life's
d58Lead me, O Lord, day after day
d59Let us be up and working daily
d60Living below in this old sinful world
d61Look the harvest fields are ripe and
d62Looking above earth's trouble and sorrow
d63Lord, help me this day
d64Lord, I want to live for thee
d65Men may doubt the story of the cross
d66Mother dear has gone and left us
d67My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d68No stranger am I to God's mercy and love
d69O praise the Lord for his wonderful grace
d70O sinner, have you heard the story of Christ
d71O there is music in my father's house ringing
d72O'er the ocean blue we're sailing
d73Oft we forget to give a flower
d74Old Peter once denied the Savior
d75On the shining glory road
d76Once I was lost in paths of sin
d77Peace like a river flows through my soul
d78Praise the Lord for grace and favor
d79Praise the Lord in life and song
d80Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d81Savior dear, Thou art my helper
d82Savior, fill me with Thy fullness
d83Search me, O God [Lord], and know my heart today
d84So long I traveled
d85Some beautiful day I shall sing
d86Somebody's blue, weary and blue
d87Sometimes I get so lonely, Sometimes
d88Sometimes weary
d89Storms may be howling and blowing
d90Teach me to follow thee, O God
d91The great martyr Stephen died
d92The joy of heaven is swelling in my soul
d93The love of God keeps me singing
d94The pathway here may oft be rough
d95The war is on ye soldiers of the cross
d96There are many storms that come along
d97There are souls who're happy, rejoicing
d98There is a glad triumphant song
d99There is a light, beautiful light
d100There is no rest down here

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