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Truth and Hope

Editor: G. W. Bacon
Publisher: Teacher's Music Publishing, Hudson, N.C., 1919
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d101My blessed Savior cares for me
d102My faith looks up to thee, Thou Lamb of Calvary
d103My heavenly home is bright and fair nor pain nor death
d104My mother has gone on home
d105Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d106O, cling to his love
d107O could our thoughts and wishes fly
d108O for a closer walk with God
d109O happy day that fixed [seals] [stays] my choice
d110O sing to me of heaven When I am called to die
d111O sing today of Jesus' love
d112O sinner friends, depart
d113O tender Shepherd of the sheep
d114O the world in sin is dying
d115O will the Savior let me in
d116Of this earthland I am weary
d117On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye
d118On the mountain [mountain's] top appearing
d119On the solid Rock of ages
d120Onward 'gainst the foe
d121Our fathers crossed over the river
d122Our hearts are glad, our souls
d123Out in the desert you've wandered
d124Repentant and weary of sin
d125Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee
d126Room for me in pastures
d127See the Savior's footprints there
d128Seek the blessed shelter
d129Seek the kingdom first
d130She has gone to be with Jesus
d131Sinner, is thy heart at rest
d132So oft my troubles here below
d133Sometime I'll leave
d134Soon our journey will be ended
d135Soon our weary feet will come
d136Souls are dying now, lost in sin and woe
d137Stand up, stand up for Jesus, ye soldiers of the cross
d138Standing on your threshold
d139Surely I soon must go
d140Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer
d141Sweetly sleep, O, friends so dear
d142The chair is vacant by the hearth
d143The gospel bells are ringing
d144The hour has come, we part
d145The redeemer dear now holds my hand
d146The way is dark and rough and steep
d147The way is so dark I stand
d148There arose a cross on Golgotha's height
d149There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d150There is a happy land, Far, [not] far away
d151There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reign
d152There is joy in heaven
d153There will come a day, when the quick
d154There's a beacon light
d155There's a beautiful evergreen valley
d156There's a home of joy and light
d157There's a kingdom fair and fine
d158There's a land of light and glory
d159They are waiting for me o'er the shadowy sea
d160Thou art gone to the land
d161Though afar in the desert I've wandered
d162Through all the long and lonely years
d163Through the blessings of salvation
d164Through the world the call is sounding
d165To Gethsemane came the Son
d166To the stream that flows from the great white
d167To win the victory over sin
d168Unto thee, O Lord, in faith I come
d169Upon the sea of life, sailing
d170Vain man [men], thy [your] fond pursuits forbear
d171Wait upon the Lord, lean
d172Waiting, watching, till the shadows
d173We are drifting o'er to the golden shore
d174We are marching on to the kingdom
d175We are tempted and tried
d176We have lost a loving mother
d177We have loved ones gone before
d178We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d179Weary pilgrims, sad, oppressed
d180Welcome, welcome, now we sing
d181What a friend I have in the King
d182What a friend we have in Jesus
d183When I am far from friends and home
d184When I can read my title clear
d185When I come to cross the lone, dark
d186When the gloom of night
d187When the golden sun from my sight's
d188When the trials of life seem
d189When the trump of God shall sound
d190When the world is weary and the skies
d191When the years have all flown
d192When we reach death's turbid stream
d193When we reach that happy shore
d194When we see the foe before us
d195When you have a sorrow
d196While the Savior speaks
d197Will you come to Christ
d198With happy hearts we march away
d199With the blood washed band
d200With the Lord, we'll win

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