Songs of Redeeming Love

Editor: Jno R. Sweney, T. C. O'Kane, C. C. McCabe, W. J. Kirkpatrick
Publisher: Cranston & Stowe / John J. Hood, Chicago / Philadelphia, 1882
Language: English
Notes: Numbers refer to page numbers until #119. Hymns starting on the same page have letters added after the numbers. Includes 52 Hymns of the Heart selected by C. C. McCabe.
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3Redeeming love! Redeeming love!Page Scan
4Oh, the song of the soul shall not die nor grow oldPage Scan
5Tho' my sins were once like crimson redPage Scan
6Down in the valley, among the sweet lilliesPage Scan
7Redeemed, how I love to proclaim itPage Scan
8Speak to me, Jesus, I'm far from thy foldPage Scan
9Have you heard of those heavenly mansionsPage Scan
10Softly and tenderly Jesus is callingPage Scan
11Once for all the Saviour diedPage Scan
12The home where changes never comePage Scan
13In the Rock that is higher than IPage Scan
14To the cross of Christ, my SaviourPage Scan
15Hear you not the Saviour callingPage Scan
16To the shadow of the Rock in a thirsty land I fleePage Scan
17Poor, starving soul, there's room for theePage Scan
18Beautiful day, lovely thy lightPage Scan
19Should the summons, quickly flyingPage Scan
20O sing of Jesus, "Lamb of God"Page Scan
21Will you come, will you come, with your poor broken heartPage Scan
22With my sin wounded soulPage Scan
23Oh, freely speak for JesusPage Scan
24You are under condemnation, careless sinnerPage Scan
25There is a fountain filled with blood, filled with blood, filled with bloodPage Scan
26We are marching, marching onwardPage Scan
27Down at the cross where my Saviour diedPage Scan
28Are you weary, are you heavy hearted?Page Scan
29There is a place where the angels dwellPage Scan
30Tho' trouble assail, and dangers affrightPage Scan
31I am dwelling on the mountainPage Scan
32Lord, I care not for richesPage Scan
33Tidings, happy tidingsPage Scan
34From mountain top and dewy valePage Scan
35My soul for light and love and earnest longingsPage Scan
36Whatsoe'er our sowing bePage Scan
37Should the death angel knock at thy chamberPage Scan
38Jesus now offers forgiveness of sinPage Scan
39I have laid my burden down where the crimson waters flowPage Scan
40The beautiful river, the life-giving riverPage Scan
41They are coming with songs, the victorious throngsPage Scan
42We are going home rejoicingPage Scan
43Behold the Lamb of GodPage Scan
44Come, thou "Bright and Morning Star"Page Scan
45In Christian love unitedPage Scan
46O bless the Lord, our souls, and all withinPage Scan
47Just as a little tired childPage Scan
48Take the world, but give me JesusPage Scan
49What of the future, my brotherPage Scan
50O pray for the wretched and perishing soulsPage Scan
51Come unto me when shadows darkly gatherPage Scan
52Lord, I hear of show'rs of blessingPage Scan
53No night shall be in heav'n; no gath'ring gloomPage Scan
54Jesus my Saviour, thou Lamb of GodPage Scan
55When did ever words so tenderPage Scan
56There's a bright land of promise for the children of lightPage Scan
57My Father is rich in houses and landsPage Scan
58Are you ready for the BridegroomPage Scan
59Now the sowing and the weeping Page Scan
60They are looking down upon us from the battlements of lightPage Scan
61With us when we toil in sadnessPage Scan
62Softly fades the twilight rayPage Scan
63Ho! ev'ry one that thirstethPage Scan
64Eternity is dawningPage Scan
65"Give me thy heart," the sweet words fallPage Scan
66Up to the bountiful Giver of lifePage Scan
67One by one, our loved ones slowly Page Scan
68At the sounding of the trumpet, when the saints are gather'd homePage Scan
69To thy cross, dear Christ, I'm clingingPage Scan
70While Jesus whispers to youPage Scan
71Mighty Rock, whose tow'ring formPage Scan
72Hear the footsteps of JesusPage Scan
73Rejoice with me, the lost is found!Page Scan
74Oh! Land of the blessed, thy shadowless skiesPage Scan
75Each cooing dove and sighing boughPage Scan
76When the mists have roll'd in splendorPage Scan
78Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindnessPage Scan
79aJesus, my Lord, to thee I cryPage Scan
79bJust as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
80Church of God, whose conqu'ring bannersPage Scan
81I saw a happy pilgrim Page Scan
82The Lord is my shepherd, my keeper and guidePage Scan
84I am sav'd! the Lord hath sav'd mePage Scan
85We have heard a joyful soundPage Scan
86Oh, sometimes the shadows are deepPage Scan
87One sweetly solemn thought Page Scan
88Tell it out among the heathen that the Lord is KingPage Scan
90O let me cling to thee, My SaviourPage Scan
91"Come unto me," in measured tones and slowPage Scan
92Hark the song of holy rapturePage Scan
93Forever here my rest shall bePage Scan
94Out of darkness into light Page Scan
95Watch, ye saints, with eyelids wakingPage Scan
96Awake! awake! the Master now is calling usPage Scan
97Awake! awake! our festive day is dawning nowPage Scan
98Saviour, though long I have slighted theePage Scan
99Oh, weary pilgrim, lift your headPage Scan
100Who is on the Lord's side?Page Scan
101Soldiers of th'eternal KingPage Scan
102Oh, this uttermost salvation!Page Scan
103There is joy, there is joyPage Scan
104I am bowed at the crossPage Scan

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