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Songs of Glory-Land: for the Sunday school, prayer meeting, and social circle

Editor: W. H. Burgett, John McPherson
Publisher: W. R. Swan & Co., Cincinnati, 1880
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number. Letters are added to numbers when more than one hymn is on a page.
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3The glory land, where Jesus reignsPage Scan
4Songs of Glory-Land are ringingPage Scan
5Oh, the songs that are sung by the angels of lightPage Scan
6Savior, dear Savior, oh, show me the wayPage Scan
7Pray God, when our spirits are plumingPage Scan
8Close by the river our loved ones are standingPage Scan
9Heavenly Father, teach the wayPage Scan
10Nearer to the shores of promisePage Scan
11Blessed be the Lord God of IsraelPage Scan
12When the long, long night is overPage Scan
13We near the farther shorePage Scan
14aDraw near with soft and rev'rent treadPage Scan
14bBy and by, when all the trialsPage Scan
16In the Sunday school there is work for allPage Scan
17See those eyes tenderly pleadingPage Scan
18There's a mansion that awaits us o'er the riverPage Scan
19Here are friends we love around usPage Scan
20Around the great white throne some dayPage Scan
21Spread wide the door for the childrenPage Scan
22When thou comest in thy kingdomPage Scan
23There is a land, a radiant landPage Scan
24The fetters of Satan are breakingPage Scan
25We are marching home to Canaan's happy landPage Scan
26Oh, how sweet the blessed promisePage Scan
27The twelve are filled with doubt and fearPage Scan
28Up to the evergreen hillsPage Scan
29aWhile Jesus whispers to youPage Scan
29bLittle children, Jesus loves youPage Scan
30Fling out the banner, let it floatPage Scan
31We sing of the glories up therePage Scan
32Cling close to the Rock, brother, danger is nearPage Scan
33Savior, hear my feeble prayerPage Scan
34Christ is knocking at my sad heartPage Scan
35Round my cottage birds sing sweetestPage Scan
36Brightly dawns the Sabbath morningPage Scan
37Soldiers of Christ, arisePage Scan
38We shall reach the river sidePage Scan
39Oh, how I love my JesusPage Scan
40Hurrah! hurrah! 'tis Christmas evePage Scan
41That wonderful fountain was opened for mePage Scan
42Far away in the bright land of blissPage Scan
43The Lord is King! lift up thy voicePage Scan
44Jesus, Master, look upon mePage Scan
45Sing we loudly songs of gladfnessPage Scan
46My faith looks now, unto a RockPage Scan
47Art thou longing? Jesus calls theePage Scan
48We are as lambs without shepherd or foldPage Scan
49We come again, O Lord, to theePage Scan
50I've two little hands to work for JesusPage Scan
51Heav'nly Father, I would bePage Scan
52Hark! I hear the Savior callPage Scan
53Gently, like the summer rainPage Scan
54May I sing by that clear riverPage Scan
55Suffer little children to come unto mePage Scan
56I am nearing the port, I will soon be at homePage Scan
57In the shadow of the Rock Let me restPage Scan
58Savior, fold Thine arms around mePage Scan
59Oh, the night of time soon shall pass awayPage Scan
60Those beautiful, moutains of gloryPage Scan
61I would come to Jesus In my early youthPage Scan
62How beautiful upon the mountainsPage Scan
63All hail the pow'r of Jesus' namePage Scan
64Brightly gleams the gospel bannerPage Scan
65Sweet Sabbath day, sweet day of restPage Scan
66Toil on, O brother, pull aheadPage Scan
67We gather them in, we gather them inPage Scan
68Ring on, ye bells, with joyful talePage Scan
69Hold my hands, O blessed Savior Page Scan
70When the heart is wrung with anguishPage Scan
71We sing of a city whose streets are of goldPage Scan
72There is a land beyond the skiesPage Scan
73Savior, bless Thy little childrenPage Scan
74The way is rough, and my feet are sorePage Scan
75Ever pressing bravely onwardPage Scan
76Long ago while on the seaPage Scan
77Why wander as if you're forsaken?Page Scan
78Let the holy name of JesusPage Scan
79There is a land, a sunny climePage Scan
80aBeyond this sad and sinful lifePage Scan
80bGood night to all, good nightPage Scan
81'Tis sweet to sing of that wondrous lovePage Scan
82Our friends will meet us at the gatePage Scan
83Once again we meet to singPage Scan
84There is a word to mortals givenPage Scan
85aFather, hear my cry todayPage Scan
85bRaise we now our morning songPage Scan
86'Mong the children of God, in fair Eden landPage Scan
87We study the very same lessonPage Scan
88Up to that glory land, freed from earth's blightPage Scan
89Hear the Savior calling, callingPage Scan
90aJesus can save you, oh, sin-burdened soulPage Scan
90bHere we are, a little bandPage Scan
91Shall I know thee, oh, my brotherPage Scan
92Joyful, joyful let us singPage Scan
93There is a land beyond this life's oceanPage Scan
94Ho! Christmas has come againPage Scan
95Lord, hear my cry, a child like i would call on thee todayPage Scan
96Just across the river, on a better shorePage Scan
97aSpread the news, go spread it widePage Scan
97bCheerful is this Sabbath dayPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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