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Temple Echoes, Our Second 1955 Book

Editor: John T. Cook
Publisher: Stamps Quartet Music Co., Dallas, Tex., 1955
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d1Accept God's only Son
d2Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved
d3As I travel through this world down here below
d4Beneath a heavy load
d5Blessed Savior, lead and guide me
d6Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love
d7Brightly beams our Father's mercy
d8Come gather round dear friends
d9Down from heaven came Jesus the Savior
d10Glory, honor to Christ the King
d11God be with you till we meet again
d12Gonna sail away tomorrow for a wonderful land
d13Have you been to him in prayer
d14He abides within my soul
d15He knows the bitter, weary way
d16Hear the royal proclamation, the glad tidings
d17He's a wondrous Savior
d18I am on my way to glory
d19I am walking today in the blood sprinkled way
d20I came to Jordan in a dream
d21I can hear my [the] Savior calling
d22I have heard of a land on a far away strand
d23I know that my Lord all my needs will supply
d24I love my Lord because he gave his life
d25I read of a beautiful city
d26I tried and tried to serve the Lord
d27I want to live on the mountain top
d28I want to look beyond things mortal
d29I was all lost in a valley of fear
d30I was lost and weary, in the downward way
d31I was lost in deepest sin
d32I was lost in sin and shame
d33I would like to go back
d34If I have mistreated someone on the way
d35If you give thanks each day
d36If your sins have been forgiven and the Lord
d37I'll soon be going over yonder
d38I'm following Jesus on life's weary road
d39I'm just a poor wayfaring pilgrim here
d40I'm thinking today of heaven my home
d41I'm waiting for the coming
d42In the Bible we are told of a home
d43It seems I hear a band of angels calling
d44It will be too late to pray
d45I've got a newborn feeling
d46I've left the path of sin and darkness
d47Jesus called me one day
d48Jesus is a precious Friend to me
d49Jesus is all the world to me
d50Jesus is dearer than life to me
d51Jesus, Lord, and God abased
d52Jesus, the Savior, abideth in me
d53Jesus walks beside me, safely he doth guide me
d54Judgment day is coming, it's coming by and by
d55Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood
d56Let me tell you the story of Jesus
d57Let us press along with singing
d58Look up and trust the Savior's word
d59Love looked on me, from Calvary
d60Love such as never in the past had been
d61Manna from above and our Father's love
d62Many promises are given
d63Many today are traveling on the road of sin
d64Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d65My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty
d66Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d67No sacrifice that I could ever make
d68Now and forever my God will be true
d69Numberless stories I have been told
d70O listen to our wondrous story
d71O my brother, be not weary
d72O my brother, let me tell you
d73O the beautiful place that's called heaven
d74Often I have wondered why some people suffer
d75On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d76Once from my poor sin sick soul Christ did
d77Once my life was one big problem
d78Once my soul was lost in sin
d79Once there was in my life
d80Onward, keep on pressing
d81Praise the Lord each day
d82Read in Revelation, 'bout the tribulation
d83Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d84Savior, I am weak and blind
d85Sin had separated me soul far from God
d86Some glad day we're going home
d87Somebody gave his life upon the cruel tree
d88Something within, tells me that all is well
d89Sometimes it seems that all our labor is in vain
d90Sometimes my path is dark and dreary
d91Soon I'll be moving over to a city
d92Soon I'll hear a glad welcome ring
d93Temple echoes now ring though the billows roll
d94That great and happy day will come
d95The holy Bible tells us of a terrible day
d96The Master is calling for workers today
d97The storms of this life seem so hard to bear
d98The way I travel here below
d99There are many roads to travel
d100There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]

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