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The Young People's Hymnal, adapted to the use of Sunday schools, Epworth leagues, prayer meetings, and revivals

Publisher: Publishing House, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Nashville, 1897
Editor: James Atkins, William J. Kirkpatrick
Denomination: Methodist Episcopal Church, South
Language: English
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1Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty, EarlyPage Scan
2Sweet are the promises, Kind is the wordPage Scan
3Look up to Jesus lift up thy neighborPage Scan
4For all the Lord has done for mePage Scan
5We have heard a [the] joyful soundPage Scan
6O what everlasting mercy saved mePage Scan
7All to Jesus I surrenderPage Scan
8Do you fear the foe will in the conflict winPage Scan
9Tenderly, soft, clear, music and love we hearPage Scan
10Trying to walk in the steps of the SaviorPage Scan
11There is [There's] sunshine in my soul todayPage Scan
12Joyfully march along, and shout the songPage Scan
13Throw out the life line across the dark wavePage Scan
14Jesus is the Light, the WayPage Scan
15Life wears a different face to mePage Scan
16The dear loving Savior has found mePage Scan
17Enter into thy closetPage Scan
18There's a word of tender beautyPage Scan
19Close, close to thy cross, O ChristPage Scan
20There are souls, perishing souls, over the seaPage Scan
21Hark 'tis the Shepherd's voice I hearPage Scan
22Mighty army of the youngPage Scan
23All praise to him who reigns abovePage Scan
24My soul sings glory all the wayPage Scan
25Our friends on earth we meet with pleasurePage Scan
26Encamped along the hills of lightPage Scan
27Out on the midnight deepPage Scan
28Murmuring softly, caroling gentlyPage Scan
29I am not skilled to understandPage Scan
30When our ships have crossed the oceanPage Scan
31Sun of my soul [our souls], thou [my] [O] Savior [Father] dearPage Scan
32March on, march on, follow the mighty CommanderPage Scan
33Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore himPage Scan
34The long roll call is soundingPage Scan
35Wave the royal banner, raise the standard highPage Scan
36Praise the Lord in song, and with glad acclaimPage Scan
37Just a little sunshine everywhere we goPage Scan
38I must tell Jesus all of my trialsPage Scan
39A wonderful Savior is Jesus my LordPage Scan
40'Tis the blessed hour of prayer, when our hearts lowly bendPage Scan
41Jesus, my Savior, is all things to me, O whatPage Scan
42O the grace that brings salvationPage Scan
43Heavenly Father this I prayPage Scan
44Blessed lily of the valleyPage Scan
45More about Jesus would I knowPage Scan
46Wonderful story of love; tell it to me againPage Scan
47Have you had a kindness shownPage Scan
48When the sun is shining bright in the clearPage Scan
49How I love my precious SaviorPage Scan
50Into a [the] tent where a gypsy boy layPage Scan
51When darkness shrouds your lonely pathPage Scan
52We are marching on to Canaan, and JehovahPage Scan
53I have heard my Savior callingPage Scan
54Hark, 'tis the Master, he's calling you todayPage Scan
55The Sabbath comes with holy lightPage Scan
56Awake, awake, O hear the Master's callPage Scan
57Like an army We are marching in the servicePage Scan
58Each cooing dove and sighing boughPage Scan
59From every danger, doubt and fearPage Scan
60We are building in sorrow, and building in joyPage Scan
61Beside the gate of BethlehemPage Scan
62Let us gather up the sunbeamsPage Scan
63Up to the bountiful [beautiful] Giver of lifePage Scan
64Many are the homes that are dark tonightPage Scan
65Rescue the perishing, care for the dyingPage Scan
66Work for the Master, answer his callPage Scan
67Harvester, harvester, gather thy sheavesPage Scan
68O scatter seeds of loving deedsPage Scan
69Go work today, the Master commandsPage Scan
70Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the crossPage Scan
71Soldiers for Jesus, rise, and awayPage Scan
72Speed away, speed away, O ye heralds of light, There are millions enshroudedPage Scan
73Sweetly, Lord, have we heard thee callingPage Scan
74Praise to God, our Father, let us all rejoicePage Scan
75There is a name I love so wellPage Scan
76My soul in sad exile was out on life's seaPage Scan
77I ask not for the highest place, But find a spot more sweetPage Scan
78It was spoken for the Master, O how lovingly it fellPage Scan
79Jesus touched my sinful heartPage Scan
80Dear [Lord] [Well] Jesus, I long to be perfectly wholePage Scan
81The Savior invites you poor wandererPage Scan
82There's a Stranger at the door, let him [the Stranger] inPage Scan
83Thanks be to Jesus, his mercy is freePage Scan
84O the best friend to have is JesusPage Scan
85Come, ye weary and oppressed, Jesus [now] is callingPage Scan
86Like a bird on the deep Far away from its nestPage Scan
87O the Savior now is nearPage Scan
88Jesus, the loving Shepherd, calleth thee nowPage Scan
89There's a feast now awaiting, prepared by loving handsPage Scan
90We know not the trials before usPage Scan
91Blessed assurance, Jesus is minePage Scan
92When I shall reach the more excellent gloryPage Scan
93What a fellowship, what a joy divinePage Scan
94Watch and pray that when the Master comethPage Scan
95I will praise my great CreatorPage Scan
96Sometimes we grope mid the shadowsPage Scan
97Come sinners to the gospel feastPage Scan
98We shall walk with him in whitePage Scan
99Amid the trials which [that] I meetPage Scan
100There comes to my heart one [a] sweet strainPage Scan

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