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The Vineyard Chorus of 1898

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d1A song in honor to thy name, our grateful voices
d2Are you working for Jesus, my frother
d3Christ, our Redeemer, died on the cross
d4Come sing of the Savior, no sadness have we since Jesus
d5For all, who believeth on God's only Son
d6Granted is the Savior's prayer
d7Hear the bells so sweetly ringing
d8He's coming, he's coming, sleeper beware
d9How precious the thought, while as pilgrims we roam
d10I have started on my journey, to that land
d11I know that I am born to die
d12I know that my Savior will come
d13I'm traveling to my home above, walking
d14In Jesus I have found a friend
d15In thy love, dear Lord, dismiss us
d16It's onward and upward to glory
d17I've heard the gospel story
d18Jesus, merciful and mild, Lead me
d19Joyfully toiling in his vineyard below
d20Led by his word to the fountain of life
d21Let the happy voices of the children dear
d22Lift your eyes, behold the harvest
d23Lo the golden harvest bending
d24Must Jesus bear the [his] cross alone
d25My heart and my hand I would give thee
d26She used to wear it here
d27So often cast down
d28The Savior gently calls for you
d29The Savior is calling dear dear sinner to all
d30The song of salvation I ever will sing
d31There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]
d32There is a stream and its precious flow
d33There's a beautiful home in the heavenly land
d34Wasted opportunities we can ne'er regain
d35We may all outride the tempest
d36We're toiling bravely on, to reach that city fair
d37When I am by his side
d38When Jesus calls us home
d39When the Master shall call us from labor to rest
d40When we meet our loved ones there
d41Young soldiers, gird your armor on
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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