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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308Come, thou Fount of ev'ry blessing,Page Scan
309The great Physician now is nearPage Scan
310Nobly our flag is wavingPage Scan
311See the banner unfurled, Lo! the morning is herePage Scan
312Oh, say, can you see by the dawn's early lightPage Scan
313My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of libertyPage Scan
314Flag of the free, fairest to seePage Scan
315Responsive Readings and Instructions to Christian WorkersPage Scan
336Look where you step young man of todayPage Scan
337Are you one of the true and the tried?Page Scan
338Ye shall be baptized with the Holy GhostPage Scan
339Hallejah! hallelujah! I am saved to tellPage Scan
340Sweet, sweet old story, oft has been toldPage Scan
341Take me, make me Page Scan
342O Lord, send the pow'r just nowPage Scan
343When the power fell on mePage Scan
344All the way to Calvary He went for mePage Scan
345O, the fountain stands openPage Scan
346Say my chum, have you seenPage Scan
347Come to the Savior, while He is callingPage Scan
348But as many as received HimPage Scan
349Why not help somebody alongPage Scan
350I will meet you in the city of the new JerusalemPage Scan
351It saves me too, it saves me tooPage Scan
352Lord, this is what we needPage Scan
353There's power in the blood, of the precious Son of GodPage Scan
354O, the blood of JesusPage Scan
355And when the battle's over we shall wear a crown!Page Scan
356Glory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
357Praise God from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
358Glory be to the Father, and to the SonPage Scan
359Praise God, from whom all blessings flowPage Scan
360When days are dull and dreary along life's winding roadPage Scan
[364]He is risen! He is risen!Page Scan

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