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The Tree of Life: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings

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3There's a tree ever-blooming and fairPage Scan
4Far away in the land of the holyPage Scan
6Use the present momentPage Scan
7Our song is still of JesusPage Scan
8Jesus lives, awake the strainPage Scan
9Not many can stand in the sunlightPage Scan
10A little while longer to laborPage Scan
12Shadow of a mighty rock!Page Scan
13Yet a little laborPage Scan
14Why toil and labor here below?Page Scan
15Soon, oh! soon, I am going overPage Scan
16Life is not a trifling shadowPage Scan
18Is it well with your soul today, brother[Is it well with your soul today, brother]TextPage Scan
19I will sing sweet songs of JesusPage Scan
20How lovely the flowers which bloomPage Scan
21What can I give to JesusPage Scan
22Beautiful house of my FatherPage Scan
23Jesus rules and reigns abovePage Scan
24Behold the glorious banner of salvationPage Scan
26When I draw near thy pearly gatePage Scan
27Onward, Christian soldiersPage Scan
29Don't you hear the Angels singPage Scan
30When the time of our earthly sojourning is o'erPage Scan
31I love to go to Sabbath schoolPage Scan
32The dark and turbid river deathPage Scan
33We all might do good, Where we often do illPage Scan
34Who is this with love so tenderPage Scan
35O what shall I do with this heart of minePage Scan
36I love to sing for JesusPage Scan
38Oh, where are you going my brother?Page Scan
39The harvest now is bloomingPage Scan
40Sinner, come to Jesus! Thou in danger art!Page Scan
42The pearl of great pricePage Scan
43Jesus, Thou hast promis'dPage Scan
44There's a voice that speaks so softlyPage Scan
45I am far away from my Father's housePage Scan
46I soon shall reach the golden gatePage Scan
47Oh! wild and dark was the winter nightPage Scan
48When mid toil and strife I wanderPage Scan
49O! bounteous HandPage Scan
50Once in royal David's cityPage Scan
51The angels sang for joyPage Scan
52Merry Christmas! Happy greeting!Page Scan
54Jesus, our Lord, in a manger was bornPage Scan
55Come join the angels in the songPage Scan
56Night rested on Judea's plainsPage Scan
57Let the merry church bells ringPage Scan
58Oh how I love the Sabbath schoolPage Scan
60There are angels arrayed in whitePage Scan
61Beautiful Zion, the home of the blestPage Scan
62Tho' in life the tempests gatherPage Scan
63There are many things to doPage Scan
64Jesus, mighty Prince of GloryPage Scan
65Jesus called the little onesPage Scan
66As Jacob, till the angelPage Scan
67List to the story Jesus hath spokenPage Scan
68Why stay away from Jesus?Page Scan
69There lies a fair and golden landPage Scan
70Only a few more days of toil and carePage Scan
71If with sin you now are griev'dPage Scan
72There is work to be done for the Master abovePage Scan
73Follow after Jesus, Children come todayPage Scan
74Oh, how soft is the mantle of peacePage Scan
75When the way looks dark and drearPage Scan
76A thought comes floating thro; the airPage Scan
77Have you heard of JesusPage Scan
78Lord, within thy holy templePage Scan
80Waiting for the dawning of a brighter dayPage Scan
81Merrily we sing our songs tonightPage Scan
82I take Thee, precious JesusPage Scan
83We welcome this blest Sabbath dayPage Scan
85Take up your cross of sorrowPage Scan
86Jesus, Thou hast died to save mePage Scan
87Take thy staff, O pilgrim, Haste thee on thy wayPage Scan
88Come to Jesus, blest RedeemerPage Scan
89My Saviour I am longing now Page Scan
90I love the blessed storyPage Scan
91Word of God, thy light shall guide usPage Scan
92Little children one and allPage Scan
93Oh save our land for jesusPage Scan
94A welcome tonight friends!Page Scan
95Suffer little children, Full of their gleePage Scan
96Though the path be rough and thornyPage Scan
97The Master has a vineyardPage Scan
98Now we wander where the shadowsPage Scan
99There is plenty to do in this world of oursPage Scan
100O faint not, falter not, dear friendsPage Scan
101Oh, 'tis a blessed task, indeedPage Scan
102Work while it is today. The Master did commandPage Scan
103He leadeth me, I need not fearPage Scan
104I am sitting by the RiverPage Scan
105Weary, heavy ladenPage Scan
106O'er the rugged path we wanderPage Scan
107Hail! oh little Christian sailorPage Scan
108The radiant lines of morning sunPage Scan
110This life has its charms, as well as its toilsPage Scan
112I met a poor wand'rer todayPage Scan
113Jesus leads us all the way!Page Scan
114Jesus, I cling to thee, Fountain of lifePage Scan
115When the Saviour we love was on earthPage Scan

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