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Voices of Victory

Editor: P. P. Bilhorn
Publisher: Bilhorn Bros., Chicago, 1913
Language: English
Notes: This hymnal uses page numbers in some cases and selection numbers in other cases. The last hymn follows the index.
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1When Jesus comes to reward His servantsPage Scan
2Are you discouraged? are you distressedPage Scan
3The man whose transgressions are pardonedPage Scan
4Safe in the shadow I'm hiding, in TheePage Scan
5Oh, the best friend to have is JesusPage Scan
6By the love that came to be a friend to sinful menPage Scan
7In the darkness of the nightPage Scan
8Bowing low beneath the burden of the conflictPage Scan
9There'll be glory over yonder by the Crystal SeaPage Scan
10I will sing the wondrous storyPage Scan
11I drifted far in sin awayPage Scan
12The dear loving Savior has found mePage Scan
13Alas! and did my Savior bleed?Page Scan
14O, I am so happy in JesusPage Scan
15God so loved the world of sinnersPage Scan
16Come unto Jesus, all ye that laborPage Scan
17My son, dost thou dwell in a country afarPage Scan
18Since I gave myself to Jesus, all my life has been a songPage Scan
19aWhen I was drifting out upon the seaPage Scan
19bWe're kneeling at the mercy seatPage Scan
20I've left the lowlands shadows deepPage Scan
21My soul in sad exile was out on life's seaPage Scan
22Never a sorrow, a grief or a tearPage Scan
23I am living, daily living, 'neath the shelter of His gracePage Scan
24Will your anchor hold in the storm of lifePage Scan
25When on the cross the Savior diedPage Scan
26What a solace for my sorrowPage Scan
27My pain and sorrows will be overPage Scan
28Dost thou bear a heavy burdenPage Scan
29I can sing the wondrous story Page Scan
30Have you been down at the fountainPage Scan
31There's never a pathway so lonelyPage Scan
32Walking in the blessed light of Jesus' lovePage Scan
33Make room, O soul today for JesusPage Scan
34A stranger walked with me one dayPage Scan
35Wondrously saved by a power divinePage Scan
36Never alone in this earthly wayPage Scan
37Dark clouds may often hide the goalPage Scan
38Where do you stand today?Page Scan
39Is your name now written in the Book of life?Page Scan
40Never be sad or despondingPage Scan
41Be not dismay'd, whate'er betidePage Scan
42You may freely take the great salvationPage Scan
43I am sure that I shall know Him, by His wounded feet and handsPage Scan
44By the cross on which He died my sinful life to savePage Scan
45Praise Him! praise Him! Jesus, our blessed Redeemer! Page Scan
46You will find Him, if you trust HimPage Scan
47Trying to walk in the steps of the SaviorPage Scan
48If I could tell of Jesus as I know himPage Scan
49Whoever receiveth the Crucified OnePage Scan
50When I shall wake in that fair morn of mornsPage Scan
51Never be discouraged tho' the clouds hang lowPage Scan
52I've a Savior kind and tenderPage Scan
53Hail! Thou once-despised Jesus!Page Scan
54For the love that came to save usPage Scan
55He has made peace thro' the blood of His crossPage Scan
56I have a Savior and His boundless gracePage Scan
57A balm for the way-worn, weary and brokenPage Scan
58Trusting in Jesus, O why should I fear!Page Scan
59There comes to my heart one sweet strainPage Scan
60Since I have tasted the joys of my LordPage Scan
61O what a Savior is Jesus to mePage Scan
62O listen to our wondrous storyPage Scan
63When pangs of death seiz'd on my soulPage Scan
64We shall do so much in the years to comePage Scan
65There's a call for reapers in the fields todayPage Scan
66I know not where the way may lead mePage Scan
67Are you a friend to Jesus?Page Scan
68In my heart a song is swelling like a mighty seaPage Scan
69I can never tell how much He is to mePage Scan
70Jesus, Thou my only RefugePage Scan
71Blessed Jesus, Thou art minePage Scan
72I want to be more like my SaviorPage Scan
73Pray, brethren, pray, The sands are fallingPage Scan
74Someone is near to the kingdom todayPage Scan
75Are you on the Border Land? On the Border Land?Page Scan
76He called and I gladly gave ear to His voicePage Scan
77In the stead of the Lord We beseech you todayPage Scan
78Have you heard the voice of JesusPage Scan
79When you are weary and burdened with carePage Scan
80When the roll is called in heaven and the vast uncounted throngPage Scan
81The bread that bringeth strength I want to givePage Scan
82Down in the valley with my Saviour I would goPage Scan
83Someone must tell the glad news of His gracePage Scan
84Where He may lead me gladly I'll followPage Scan
85He that winneth souls is wisePage Scan
86Throw out the Life-Line across the dark wavePage Scan
87From the fields so white with harvestPage Scan
88I am thinking today of that beautiful landPage Scan
89Stand up, stand up for JesusPage Scan
90The morning light is breakingPage Scan
91Stand up, stand up for JesusPage Scan
92Rescue the perishingPage Scan
93Lord, thou hast granted salvation to mePage Scan
94The clouds of doubt have flown awayPage Scan
95Blessed be the Fountain of bloodPage Scan
96We praise Thee, O God! for the Son of Thy lovePage Scan
97O happy day! that fixed my choicePage Scan
98Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
99Nearer, my God, to TheePage Scan

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