A line is drawn today between the church and the | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

A pilgrim of earth, a stranger am I | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

All glory and honor to Jesus forever | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

All glory and honor to Jesus, my king | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

All is well, my Savior leads me | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

All praise be to Jesus, the King of all kings | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Amid the cares of life | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

As we tread this vale below | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

As you journey onward through this vale below | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

As you travel day by day | N. W. Allphin (Author) | 1 |

As you travel through this land | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Bear the tidings of salvation | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Behold the harvest, now white | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Behold what wondrous love is this (Allphin) | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Blessed Savior, now, we pray | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 4 |

Brother, the Lord bids you | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Brother, what of the seed you are sowing | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 9 |

Call of death's solemn sound | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Can we count on you in the Master's work | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Come ye now, saith God | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Do the cares of life surround you on your way below | Newton Washington Allphin (Author) | 1 |

For us the Savior's life was given | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Go ye, said the Savior, into all the world | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 6 |

Hark, the Master calls for reapers O who will go today | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Have you grown weary on life's rugged | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Hear the clarion call ringing | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I am on my pilgrim journey | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I am thinking of that country | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

I am walking by my Savior's side | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I do not ask to see the way | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I have a sure foundation | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I hear a voice from realms above | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I love the Lord, for he's my Friend (Conner) | N. W. Alphin (Author (st. 2 & 3)) | 1 |

I want to sing of the sovereign grace | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I would follow my Savior and King | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

If our blessed Lord is leading | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

If you're free from condemnation | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I'll go onward rejoicing | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I'll never forget the happy day | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I'm dwelling with Jesus, my Savior and King | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

In battle royal, like soldiers loyal | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

In the light of the gospel | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I've a Friend whose name is Jesus | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

I've found a Friend, a precious Friend (Allphin) | N. W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Jesus forsook his heavenly glory | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Jesus, Shepherd, tender, kind | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Let us go work in the harvest today | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Let us now with songs of gladness | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Let us scatter sunshine all along life's way (Allphin) | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Lo the fields now are ripe for harvest | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Look on the hill the valley and plain | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

My once sinful heart was deluded | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

My Savior dear, my guide and stay | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

My Savior is calling | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 4 |

My Savior leads me on | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

No thought of sadness we'll ever know | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Now the day is fast declining | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

O sing to me the sweet, sweet story | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

O sleeper, awake, make no delay | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Of the great salvation, Free to every nation | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Once I was traveling the downward road | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Only in Jesus, the Father's own Son | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Our guide book is the Word of God | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Our Savior has said that he'll never forsake | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Over death's silent river | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Reapers, rise, lift your eyes | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Scatter the seed of faith | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Send the blessed gospel story | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Since I my Savior's call obeyed | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Somebody knows all your grief and woe | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Somebody's frail barque was drifting away | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Sometime I shall be called | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Strive to scatter sunshine | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Tell me of the Savior who on Calvary died | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 4 |

The call now comes for reapers | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 5 |

The Lord is my refuge, in him I'll confide | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 4 |

The Lord is my refuge, my hope and my all | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

The Master is calling for reapers today (Allphin) | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

The multitudes once came | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

The old, old story, the story of the cross | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 6 |

The Savior is calling dear dear sinner today | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There are many who are strangers | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There is a bright and beautiful mansion | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There is a home of rest, waiting for all | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There is a place within | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There is work for earnest toilers | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There's a home of pure delight | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 6 |

There's a light that shines on our pathway here | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

There's a wonderful hope that is sure | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

There's a wondrous theme ringing | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Though in life I'm sorely burdened with care | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Though my life hath many sorrows | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Though trials oft we here must bear | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Through this dreary life | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

'Tis my Lord who knows all my griefs and woes | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 8 |

'Tis unto thee, my Lord, will I | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

To a land of rest | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

'Twas in his death, that Christ, the Lord | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

'Twas Jesus, our Savior, who suffered and died | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

Unto Jesus firmly I here will cling | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We are going hand in hand | Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We are marching onward, to that promised home | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We are now upon our way | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We are sailing on life's ocean (Allphin) | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We are soldiers true and loyal | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We come tonight to sing in joyful lays | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Weary soul, bowed down in sorrow | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

We're a faithful pilgrim band | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 30 |

We're a happy pilgrim band (Allphin) | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

We're a pilgrim band | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

What wonderful love had my Savior | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

When I, from this life, with its sorrow | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

When my work of life is done | N. W. Allphin (Author) | 3 |

When my work on earth is done (Allphin) | N. W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

When our earthly course is run | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

When this life is ended and our | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

When you are called to the great | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

When your way seems dark and dreary | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

Who will be for Jesus | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

With Christ, my Lord, I'm daily walking | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

With joy o'erflowing | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |

With my Savior I'm abiding | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 5 |

Within my heart there is a joyful song | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 4 |

Workers are we happy and free | Newton W. Allphin (Author) | 2 |