Winning Songs

Editor: J. R. Sweney, Wm. J. Kirkpatrick
Publisher: John H. Hood, Philadelphia, Penn., 1892
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d1A pierced hand is knocking at thy door
d2A sinner was wandering at eventide [even tide]
d3Abiding in the shadow of the everlasting wings
d4Are we doing for the Master all the good
d5Are we sowing with a ready hand
d6Are you getting ready, brother
d7Are you sitting idle
d8As here we come to praise and worship
d9Away beyond the stars
d10Be strong, O ye faithful
d11Behold the army of the Lord
d12Bless the Lord, praise his name, hallelujah
d13Blessed joys of God begin
d14Blessed life in Jesus
d15Bravely launch the temperance life boat
d16Children of the heavenly king as we journey
d17Children of the heavenly king bless the Lord
d18Come, contrite one, and seek his grace
d19Come in, come in, to the grand old ark
d20Come, O come with anthems rejoicing
d21Come sinners to the gospel feast
d22Come, ye that love the Savior's name
d23Dear Savior, take this heart of mine
d24Father, I'm dying
d25Fear not the foe's advance
d26Fearless and faithful, trusting and true
d27For thy goodness, O my Savior
d28Give glory to Jesus, who lives and reigns
d29Glory to Jesus, He saves even me
d30Go forth, go forth, though weeping
d31God loved poor sinners, and sent his Son
d32Going home to be with Jesus
d33Goodbye, goodbye, with grateful hearts
d34Graciously, tenderly, Jesus my Savior stands
d35Great is Jehovah, King eternal
d36Happy in the Lord my Savior
d37Hast thou a treasure in glory
d38Have you ever heard the story of the Babe of Bethlehem, Who was worshiped
d39Hear ye not the Savior calling
d40Heartily, heartily, as to the Lord
d41Here a little, and there a little
d42How oft have we heard of the river of life
d43How oft would I have gathered thee
d44How precious the thought when with sorrows we meet
d45How sweet 'twould be when on life's sea
d46Hungry, Lord, for thy word of truth
d47I am bowed at the cross
d48I am feeding on the mountains
d49I am learning a song
d50I am not skilled to understand
d51I am walking today in the sweet Beulah land
d52I came to the Master in sorrow one day
d53I gave my life for [to] thee
d54I have heard my Savior calling
d55I have precious news to tell
d56I have surrendered to the Lord
d57I hear of a city that's wondrous fair
d58I long to be perfect
d59I see the bright effulgent rays
d60I was once far away from my Savior
d61I will sing of him who saves me
d62I wonder who is the children's Friend
d63In dreams I hear a song so sweet
d64In realms of bliss, a place for thee
d65In the twilight of the morning
d66I've clasped the powerful hand divine
d67I've heard of streets of purest gold
d68I've nothing to fear for heaven
d69Jesus, and shall it ever be
d70Jesus, I come to thee, Longing for rest
d71Jesus is keeping my soul in his love
d72Jesus, my Savior, is all things to me, O what
d73Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem came
d74Jesus, O thou loving Shepherd
d75Jesus, Savior, O, how trustfully I lean
d76Jesus, the loving Shepherd, calleth thee now
d77Lead me, my Savior, let thy kind favor
d78Let the children hear the thrilling word
d79Let us counsel together, dear friends
d80Life wears a different face to me
d81Like a bird on the deep Far away from its nest
d82Look up to Jesus lift up thy neighbor
d83March, march away to the world's great field
d84Marching with gladness on our way
d85More about Jesus would I know
d86My life, my love I give to thee
d87My soul is full of gladness, My heart is full of
d88My soul sings glory all the way
d89Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee
d90Nearer to thy side, dear Savior
d91Never will the Lord forsake us
d92Now I have found at Jesus' side
d93O come to the feast on the hill side
d94O for a heart that is whiter than snow
d95O have you not heard of [that] country above
d96O how can we sail over life's rough sea
d97O Jesus, Lord, thy dying love
d98O mourner in [of] Zion, how blessed art thou
d99O my Savior and Redeemer, I am thine
d100O praise the dear Savior

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