The Young People's Hymnal No. 3: adapted to the use of Sunday Schools, Epworth Leagues, prayer meetings and revivals

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Editor: James Atkins, D. D., William J. Kirkpatrick
Publisher: Publishing House Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Nashville, 1906
Denomination: Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1845- . Souther
Language: English
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1O Sun of Righteousness, arisePage Scan
2We may lighten toil and carePage Scan
3You may have the joybells ringing in your heartPage Scan
4Christ, our mighty Captain, leads against the foePage Scan
5Would you be a sunbeam fill'd with heaven's lightPage Scan
6O golden day, when light shall breakPage Scan
7Jesus, I come to theePage Scan
8O beautiful land, where the weary shall rest!TextPage Scan
9Tho' we've no abiding city herePage Scan
10I belong to the King, I'm a child of his lovePage Scan
11I know that my Redeemer livethPage Scan
12From perishing souls in the darkness of nightPage Scan
13All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name!Page Scan
14Jesus comes with pow'r to gladdenPage Scan
15The name of Jesus is so sweetPage Scan
16It was the Saviour's precious blood Page Scan
17Weary with walking alonePage Scan
18Gladly the will of my Lord I obeyPage Scan
19When storms of life are round me beatingPage Scan
20What a blessed Friend is Jesus[What a blessed Friend is Jesus, what a refuge I have found!]Page Scan
21Lead me, Father, lead, I prayPage Scan
22There's One above all earthly friendsPage Scan
23To the cross of Christ, my SaviourPage Scan
24Just a word with JesusPage Scan
25No shadows yonder!Page Scan
26Does Jesus care when my heart is painedPage Scan
27I see the nail-pierced hands of ChristPage Scan
28What can be whiter than beautiful snowPage Scan
29O blessed fellowship divine!Page Scan
30There was One who was willing to die in my steadPage Scan
31Sweet peace is my portion, my gift from abovePage Scan
32In the arms of Jesus I sweetly restPage Scan
33God calling yet! shall I not hear?Page Scan
34Another Sabbath day is giv'nPage Scan
35Gracious Spirit, love divinePage Scan
36There's a firm shelt'ring Rock, and a strong fortress tow'rPage Scan
37There's a beautiful place called heavenPage Scan
38Can I forget, can I forgetPage Scan
39He healeth the broken heartedPage Scan
40Tell the story, tender, sweetPage Scan
41In the dew of early youthPage Scan
42The Lord is our Shepherd, precious Friend and GuidePage Scan
43I cannot drift beyond his lovePage Scan
44Hear the Master's earnest call," to the harvest"Page Scan
45Go, study the Bible; God's Word is a lightPage Scan
46If we sow the seed with patience, tho' perchance it be with tearsPage Scan
47Life is full of joy and beautyPage Scan
48O where, where today are the sheep of the foldPage Scan
49What will it matter, bye and byePage Scan
50When we walk with the Lord Page Scan
51There comes to my heart one sweet strainPage Scan
52When the early morning breaking Page Scan
53I am thine, O Lord, I have heard thy voicePage Scan
54Jesus will tenderly care for his ownPage Scan
55On, toilers, onwardPage Scan
56I am thinking today of that beautiful landPage Scan
57When the toils of life are over, when the work has been well donePage Scan
58Cast thy care upon the SaviourPage Scan
59Give thy life to JesusPage Scan
60It may not be on the mountain's heightPage Scan
61There's not a friend like the lowly JesusPage Scan
62On the ocean of life we are sailingPage Scan
63Lord of the harvest, we fervently prayPage Scan
64Nor silver nor gold hath obtained my redemptionPage Scan
65Tell the sweet story wherever you goPage Scan
66Do we know our riches?Page Scan
67I long, dear Lord, while here on earthPage Scan
68Are you heavy laden and with sorrow tried?Page Scan
69Go to God's store-house whatever your needPage Scan
70Keep the music ringingPage Scan
71Face to face with Christ my SaviourPage Scan
72O the length and breadth and the depth of God's love!Page Scan
73When I walk thro' the valley of shadow and gloomPage Scan
74Close, close to thee!Page Scan
75Bowed beneath your burden, is there none to share?Page Scan
76Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
77Jesus calls us; o'er the tumultPage Scan
78Like the sheep that's gone astrayPage Scan
79Loving Saviour, lead thou mePage Scan
80There's an hour that comes like a healing balmPage Scan
81From yonder cross what beams divinePage Scan
82'Tis the blessed hour of pray'r, when our hearts lowly bendPage Scan
83Close, close to thy cross, O Christ!Page Scan
84There is rest, sweet rest, at the Master's feetPage Scan
85I cannot tell thee whence it camePage Scan
86Hear the voice of Jesus say: "I will give you rest"Page Scan
87Behold a stranger at the door!Page Scan
88We are sowing far and nearPage Scan
89O come, weary heart, to thy Saviour tonightPage Scan
90There's an Eye that's watching over mePage Scan
91I've wander'd far away from GodPage Scan
92If the Saviour journey with mePage Scan
93Let us ask the precious SaviourPage Scan
94The voice of the Saviour is calling, callingPage Scan
95Wonderful Bible, Book of all agesPage Scan
96Wonderful Saviour, blessed RedeemerPage Scan
97"With you alway," what a promisePage Scan
98Softly and tenderly Jesus is callingPage Scan
99We have heard the joyful soundPage Scan
100In the book which thou art keepingPage Scan

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