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Tears and Triumphs: For Revivals, Sunday Schools & the Home

Editor: Rev L. L. Pickett, M. W. Knapp, Jno. R. Bryant
Publisher: Rev. L. L. Pickett, Columbia, SC, 1894
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1Tears of contribution by souls led astrayPage Scan
2Would you please and honor Jesus?Page Scan
3Lord, I care not for richesPage Scan
4In all my tho'ts, in all my waysPage Scan
5I came to Jesus with my sinPage Scan
6My heart was once heavy with sadnessPage Scan
7He shall feed His flock like a shepherdPage Scan
8My heart e'er turns with joy to theePage Scan
9Each day in sweet communionPage Scan
10The damps of death are coming fastPage Scan
11Throw out the Life-Line across the dark wavePage Scan
12Beautiful hands at the gateway tonightPage Scan
13God lov'd the world of sinners lostPage Scan
14I know I love Thee better, LordPage Scan
15How bright the Hope that Calv'ry bringsPage Scan
16I sought for this blest cleansingPage Scan
17Sinner, why so idly standing[Sinner, why so idly standing]Page Scan
18In the day of all days, when the world shall be judgedPage Scan
19Should Jesus come in the early morningPage Scan
20O for a heart to praise my GodPage Scan
21I have learn'd the wondrous secretPage Scan
22Once I "wished" my sins were pardonedPage Scan
23Beyond the golden sunset skyPage Scan
24There is no pow'r, nor skill, nor artPage Scan
25The cross! the cross! the blood-stain'd cross!Page Scan
26Oh, seeker for pardon, thou sighest for restPage Scan
27I am coming to Jesus for restPage Scan
28More blessed far are they who givePage Scan
29Jesus, lover of my soulPage Scan
30The world is full of singingPage Scan
31Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing pow'r?Page Scan
32Again we have come in Jehovah's namePage Scan
33If we knew when walking thoughtlessPage Scan
34Take me to the living fountainPage Scan
35Walking by faith in the Master's lovePage Scan
36Some sweet morn the day shall breakPage Scan
37Up and away, like the dew of the morningPage Scan
38On ev'ry sunny mountainPage Scan
39Far in the desert wildPage Scan
40When I can read my title clearPage Scan
41Have you ever heard the storyPage Scan
42All for Jesus! all for Jesus!Page Scan
43I am now a child of God, I've been wash'd in Jesus' bloodPage Scan
44In the midst of a meeting a woman arosePage Scan
45Oh, I've found a full salvationPage Scan
46I am fully persuaded, On the Lord to believePage Scan
47The gospel trumpet's soundingPage Scan
48There's not a craving of the mindPage Scan
49O, what will you do with Jesus Page Scan
50Hark! the Master calls for reapersPage Scan
51She quietly knelt in her cornerPage Scan
52How precious are Thy tho'ts, O God of love divinePage Scan
53Sinner, come to the LordPage Scan
54Do you know the love of Jesus?Page Scan
55I have work enough to doPage Scan
56Tempted and tried, Oh the terrible tidePage Scan
57There's a city of light'mid the stars, we are toldPage Scan
58And can I yet delayPage Scan
59O come to the merciful Saviour who calls youPage Scan
60Full twenty years had passed awayPage Scan
61There's a great day comingPage Scan
62Rejoice, ye saints, the time draws nearPage Scan
63Did Christ o'er sinners weep?Page Scan
64Should the Death angel knock at thy chamberPage Scan
65Grace! 't is a charming soundPage Scan
66In the hour when guilt assails mePage Scan
67A charge to keep I havePage Scan
68In the resurrection morning Page Scan
69Tenderly, graciously, Jesus now callsPage Scan
70While fighting for my Saviour herePage Scan
71I'm a soldier bound for gloryPage Scan
72The Lord's our Rock, in Him we hidePage Scan
73Mighty Rock of Ages, When the tempest ragesPage Scan
74O how happy are theyPage Scan
75O for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
76There is a Rock in a weary landPage Scan
77Room at the cross for a trembling soulPage Scan
78Lord, I believe a rest remainsPage Scan
79Once I served in Egypt's bondagePage Scan
80I lay my sins on Jesus, The spotless lamb of GodPage Scan
81What are you doing for Jesus, The blessed Lamb of GodPage Scan
82What a friend we have in JesusPage Scan
83Dear Jesus, I long to be perfectly wholePage Scan
84"Jesus, lover of my soul"Page Scan
85Joy to the world, the Lord is come!Page Scan
86Oh, do not let the word departPage Scan
87Kept for Jesus and His gloryPage Scan
88As the "dew" in silence Quietly distillsPage Scan
89I dreamed that the great Judgment MorningPage Scan
90O mourner in Zion, how blessed art thouPage Scan
91Seeking the lost, yes, kindly entreatingPage Scan
92Jesus bids you comePage Scan
93God's kingdom resembles a rulerPage Scan
94God commands that I holy must bePage Scan
95It may be in the morning, When sun is bright and strongPage Scan
96I love Jesus, hallelujah!Page Scan
97When Moses and the Israelites[When Moses and the Israelites]Page Scan
98Father, I stretch my hands to TheePage Scan
99Out of self and sin and sighingPage Scan
100Blest Saviour, what a word is this!Page Scan

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