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Songs of Faith and Hope

Editor: A. E. Bloom
Publisher: Hope Press, Mendota, Ill., 1928
Denomination: Advent Christian Church
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d1A little while, and then the battle ceases
d2Are you ready
d3As our Father knows his own
d4As we stand in the grey of life's morning
d5Child of God, his kingdom seeking
d6Day is far spent, the shadows lengthen round us
d7Have you all to Jesus given
d8Have you heard, have you heard of that [the] sun-bright [heavenly] clime
d9He is touching saint and sinner
d10Hidden with thee, how blessed the thought
d11How bright that blessed hope
d12I have heard of a bright and blessed country
d13I have heard of a land on a far away strand
d14In the shadow of his wings I've found retreat
d15I've heard the sweet story of Jesus
d16Jesus died on Calvary's mountain
d17Just beyond life's weary labor
d18Many changing scenes I see
d19Nearer, nearer to the city
d20Not here, where sparkling waters
d21O it is wonderful, the love of God to me
d22O list to my words, sinner friend
d23O Loyal Workers, faithful band
d24O Loyal Workers, faithful, true
d25O Savior, Pilot, on life's sea
d26O'er the distant mountains breaking comes the reddening dawn of day
d27On the promised third day morning
d28Once a lost sinner, I wandered away
d29Sinner, come and go with me
d30The cross for Christ, the crown for me
d31The way is rough and you are sad and weary
d32There's a Lord and captain high
d33Through the wearisome hours
d34Time's sun is fast setting
d35We're nearing home, the land beyond the shadows
d36What shall I do with Jesus
d37When the Lord was among his people here
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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