Chas. H. Gabriel

Chas. H. Gabriel
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Short Name: Chas. H. Gabriel
Full Name: Gabriel, Chas. H. (Charles Hutchinson), 1856-1932
Birth Year: 1856
Death Year: 1932

Pseudonyms: C. D. Emerson, Charlotte G. Homer, S. B. Jackson, A. W. Lawrence, Jennie Ree
For the first seventeen years of his life Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (b. Wilton, IA, 1856; d. Los Angeles, CA, 1932) lived on an Iowa farm, where friends and neighbors often gathered to sing. Gabriel accompanied them on the family reed organ he had taught himself to play. At the age of sixteen he began teaching singing in schools (following in his father's footsteps) and soon was acclaimed as a fine teacher and composer. He moved to California in 1887 and served as Sunday school music director at the Grace Methodist Church in San Francisco. After moving to Chicago in 1892, Gabriel edited numerous collections of anthems, cantatas, and a large number of songbooks for the Homer Rodeheaver, Hope, and E. O. Excell publishing companies. He composed hundreds of tunes and texts, at times using pseudonyms such as Charlotte G. Homer. The total number of his compositions is estimated at about seven thousand. Gabriel's gospel songs became widely circulated through the Billy Sunday­-Homer Rodeheaver urban crusades.

Bert Polman

Wikipedia Biography

Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (August 18, 1856 – September 14, 1932) was a writer of gospel songs and composer of gospel tunes. He is said to have written and/or composed between 7,000 and 8,000 songs, many of which are available in 21st century hymnals. He used several pseudonyms, including Charlotte G. Homer, H. A. Henry, and S. B. Jackson.

Texts by Chas. H. Gabriel (919)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
أراني دوما مذهولاChas. H. Gabriel (Author)Arabic1
إحملوا الإنجيل بشروا الأنامChas. H. Gabriel (Author)Arabic1
有如當初在五旬節 (Yǒurú dāngchū zài wǔ xún jié)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)Chinese2
有一呼聲來自幽禁的罪囚 (Yǒuyī hūshēng láizì yōujìn de zuì qiú)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)Chinese2
A band of faithful reapers, weC. H. G. (Author)36
A band of true and valiant soldiersC. H. G. (Author)4
A call rings out to allCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
A glad new song of praise I singCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
A little while and then the summer dayJennie Ree (Author)12
A little while to gather flowersJennie Ree (Author)2
A royal army marchingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
A song is ringing in my soulCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
A song we sing of a mighty KingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
A stranger stands outside the doorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)17
A sure foundation I have foundCharles H. Gabriel (Author)5
A true and worthy soldier of JesusCharlotte G. Homer (Author)2
A veil is hung before me, one step is all I seeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
A voice came to me out of silenceC. H. G. (Author)3
A voice comes to me o'er and o'erCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Abide with me Lord, in mercyChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Above the fields of Bethlehem Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
After the storms and the trials are pastC. H. G. (Author)2
Aia pau a'e ku'u mau luhiCharles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932 (Author)Hawaiian3
Ala'e! Ala'e! a ha'i i ka lono laniCharles H. Gabriel (Author)Hawaiian1
All around on every side there's work to doChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
All around the battle rages with the hosts of sin and wrongChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
All glory and honor be unto our GodC. H. Gabriel (Author)3
All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let men and angels loud proclaimChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English3
All hail, thou Son of DavidChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
All hail to the dayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
All I am I owe to Thee, LordChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
All in all to me is JesusC. H. G. (Author)11
All my human weakness feelingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
All praise to Thee, God of our home, land and nationCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
All the way my Lord is leading meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English20
All the way my Savior leadeth meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)10
All things are ready, come to the feastCharles H. Gabriel (Author)61
Always the best for JesusChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Amazing thought! Lord, can it beC. H. G. (Author)4
Angel messengers herald the tidingsChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Angels sang that wondrous storyChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
Another week has flown awayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
Any ambony fonenana tsaraCh. Gabriel (Author)Malagasy2
Anywhere with Jesus I will go, cheerfully goC. H. G. (Author)5
Are you growing heavy heartedC. H. G. (Author)3
Are you happy all the whileCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Are you heavy hearted and oppressed with grief and care Charles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Are you heavy hearted, are you sore distressedCharles H. Gabriel (Author)11
Are you hungry, come and take the bread of lifeChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Are you looking unto Jesus, asking Him to be your stay?Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Are you worn and weary, burdened and oppressedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Arise, arise, and speak the praiseCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Arise, arise, the morning breaksCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Arouse ye Christian soldierCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Arouse ye, O soldiers of JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
As nigh unto Jerusalem in triumph Jesus cameCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
As pilgrims we, a loyal bandJennie Ree (Author)2
At the door I'm knocking, knockingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Awake, awake, and sing the blessed storyCharlotte G. Homer (Author)124
Awake, let songs of joy and gladness ringCharles H. Gabriel (Author)7
Banded together in the service of our kingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Be a shining lightCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Be in earnest every moment of the dayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Be my Guide, thou great JehovahCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Be not aweary, for labor will ceaseCharlotte G. Homer (Author)English38
Be still, my heart, no longer anxious beCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Beautiful EasterJennie Ree (Author)2
Beautiful hills of EasterCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Beautiful home, Jesus has madeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Beautiful songs we sing unto our Savior KingC. H. G. (Author)8
Beautiful story, fragrant with gloryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Beautiful Zion, the home of the blestCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Behold! a stranger standing at the doorChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Behold how the fields are wavingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Behold in the eastCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Behold the harvest draweth nearCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Behold the king, go forth to meet himCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be savedChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Beneath the banner of the KingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Beside blue Galilee I standChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English7
Bless and praise our great JehovahC. H. G. (Author)English2
Blessed inheritanceCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Blessed is the man that trusteth in the LordCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English2
Blessed Lord, and only SaviorCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Blest Rock of ages, cleft for meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Brave Christian soldier, rejoicing, march to victoryC. H. G. (Author)English2
Brief is my spanCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Brighter than the sunlight glows on my wayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Bring in the children to JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Bring them in and keep themCharles H. Gabriel (Author)7
Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, tis the word of GodC. H. G. (Author)English3
Bring your best to JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Bringt die frohe Kunde über Meer und LandC. H. G. (Author)German3
Brother, if thy step gets wearyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)5
¿Cómo podré estar triste?Charles H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish1
Calvary, O beautiful CalvaryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Cast thy bread upon the water (Gabriel)Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Cast thy bread upon the waters Nothing from the Lord withholdCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Children can do somethingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Children, sing now a merry Christmas carolChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Children young and small are weCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Christ is watching at the doorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Christ the Lord is risen, Wake the triumph songChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Christian soldier, is the battle long?Charles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Christian, wake, be up and doingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)12
Christian workers, rejoice, although your labors seemCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Christians should be happy alll the livelongCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Christmas again is hereCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Claim the promise, whatsoever it beC. H. G. (Author)2
Cling to the faith of our fathersCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Close to the side of JesusChas. H. Gabriel (Author)4
Closer, dear Lord, to thee, closer to thee (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Come and labor for the Master (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Come, dear Savior, to our meetingC. H. G. (Author)2
Come, let us sing unto the Lord A grateful song of praiseJennie Ree (Author)English2
Come to me, ye little childrenCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Come unto me, whoever is thirstyCharles H. Gabriel (Author)12
Come weal, come woe where'er we goCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Coming when the day is brightCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English12
Coming with the morning lightC. H. G. (Author)9
Cry aloud in joyful adorationCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English3
Cuando de afanes ya libre esté yoCharles H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish2
Cuando mi lucha toque a su finalCarlos H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish2
Cuando mis luchas terminen aquíCharles H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish3
Dare to stand for the rightCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Das Feld ist schon weiß zur ErnteChas. H. Gabriel (Author)German1
Dear is the story of wonderful loveC. H. G. Jr. (Author)7
Dear Lord, I cannot see where thou art leading meCharlotte G. Homer (Author)2
Dear Lord, I cannot see where thouCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Dear Lord, I hear thy voiceCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Dear Lord, I need thy saving care about meC. H. G. (Author)5
Dear Lord, I've tried to make this dayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
Dear Savior, I will love theeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Dear Savior, we praiseJennie Ree (Author)2
Deep in my heart, like a riverCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Desejo a presença do meu SalvadorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)Portuguese2
Dios al pródigo llama que venga sin tardarC. H. G. (Author)Spanish2
Do no sinful actionCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Do you ever pray to JesusChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Does your burden heavy growChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Down the valley of the shadow alone I must goChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
Draw me, dear Savior, still closer to thee, sweetest contentmentCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Draw nigh to us, O God of hostsCharles H. Gabriel (Author)8
Drawn by the cords of infinite loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Ein Kind, das seinen Heiland kenntCharles H. Gabriel (Author)German6
Ein treues Auge wacht! Herz, sei getrost!Chas. H. Gabreil (Author)German1
En este bello día de gozoChas. H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish1
Enlisted for the KingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Es erschallt ein Ruf weit überMeer und LandCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)German4
Eternal King, all hail to theeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Every little act I doCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Every moment, every hour I have need of theeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Every voice in nature sings the same sweet songJennie Ree (Author)1
Faint not, falter notJennie Ree (Author)2
Father in thy mercyCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Fear not, for God the FatherCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Fear not the struggle before youJennie Ree (Author)2
Foer allt hvad Herren gjort foer mig JagCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Follow me, rings out to the world todayCharlotte G. Homer (Author)4
Follow the standard, Christian, never be dismayedChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Following Jesus, blessed RedeemerChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
For all the Lord has done for meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)65
For loyalty to Jesus is the cry todayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
For service enlistedCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Forth from the homeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Forward, forward, we are marching in a service gloriousCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
Forward, ye faithful, be ready for dutyCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
From the cross of Christ upliftedCharlotte G. Homer (Author)5
Give me thy heart, the Savior criesCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Glad bells ringingJennie Ree (Author)2
Glad is the song that the reapers singCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)15
Gladly the will of my Lord I obeyC. H. G. (Author)14
Glory, honor, majesty and powerChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Go forth to the harvest, To the fields of ripened grainC. G. H. (Author)4
Go, gather in the golden grainCharles H. Gabriel (Author)8
Go, tell the glad story of Christ and His loveChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Go tell the story to the worldCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Go ye out to meet him, It is the midnight cryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
God help a little child to prayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
God is calling the prodigal, come without delayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)102
God is good, say the cloudsJennie Ree (Author)2
God is love, 'tis written on the flowersCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
God is with us, what a blessingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
God loves His own as the shepherd His sheepC. H. G. (Author)3
God will take care of thee, be not dismayedCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
God's own book of love is mineCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Gott liebt sein Volk wie de Heerde der HirtChas. H. Gabriel (Author)German1
Grandly our host is marchingJennie Ree (Author)4
Great and marvelous are thy works, O Lord of hosts, almighty One!Charles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Great is Jehovah! Let all creation bow before Him!Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Great is the Lord God, our mighty redeemerCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Great is thy never failing kindnessCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Great Jehovah, God of our fathersCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Great Maker of uncounted worlds, we own Thee God aloneChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Gud dig kalder, forlorne, han kalder, iagttag!Charles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Had we only sunshine all the year aroundC. H. G. (Author)English68
Hail, banner of the freeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Hail, mighty King of gloryChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
Hail the resurrection day (Ree)Jennie Ree (Author)2
Hail to thee, O King victoriousChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
Hallelujah, Christ is risen (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Hallowed be thy name, dear SaviorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Happy are the hearts and lightChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Happy in the Savior we are marching on to gloryCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
Happy songs from the heartCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Happy the songs we singChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
Hark, I hear the Savior callChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Hark, the voice of countless thousands singing Worthy is the Lamb that was slainC. H. G. (Author)10
Have you been looking for real, true loveCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Have you found the SaviorCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Have you thought of life, my brotherCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Have you trials oppressing, falter notCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
He arose, our blessed JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
He hath chosen me for a serviceCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
He is come, the great MessiahCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
He is risen, cried the angel at the doorwayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
He lives, he lives, hallelujah, comeJennie Ree (Author)3
He lives, our Lord the CrucifiedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
He shall feed his flock like a shepherd (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)English6
He stood just outside my door, knockingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
He that believeth on the Son, 'tis written in His wordCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
He was despised and rejected of men, My wonderful SaviorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
He will hide me in his pavilionChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Hear the blessed Savior callingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
Hear the din and strife on the field of lifeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Hear the loving Savior calling, Open the doorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Hear the Savior calling so tenderly todayC. H. G. (Author)4
Hear the shout of triumph, As our host is onward pressingC. H. G. (Author)2
Hear the song the happy reapers singCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Hear the sweet voice of Jesus sayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)14
Heavy burdened sinnerCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
He'll go with me all the wayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Help me to come to JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Help to fill the world with singingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Here's my pledge, my brother dearCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Herr, deinem Willen gehorche ich gernC. H. G. (Author)German2
High up in glory, where angels are dwellingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
His name above all other namesCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Ho, all ye saints, awakeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Ho, everyone that thirsteth, Come ye to the waters that flowCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Ho ye thirsty travelersCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Hold up the grand old Bible to the peopleC. H. G. (Author)19
Holy Lord, God of hosts, we bend before theeC. Gabriel (Author)2
Hosanna, loud hosanna raiseCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Hosanna to the Lord our KingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
How dear to us all isCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
How little we thought when we said GoodnightCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
How marvelous! how wonderful!C. H. G. (Author)2
How still is the hourC. H. G. (Author)2
How sweet is the love of my Savior, 'Tis boundless and deep as the seaC. H. G. (Author)English69
How sweet the old, old story of Jesus our SaviorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
How the golden moments goCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
How wise you look, little star, awayJennie Ree (Author)3
Hurrah for the flag, Old GloryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Hvor overv'ttes kost'ligCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
I am a temperance advocateCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)9
I am bound for a mansion of glory on hightCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I am clinging to the SaviorChas H. Gabriel (Author)7
I am going home in the morningCharles H. Gabriel (Author)8
I am pressing on to the prizeC. H. G. (Author)2
I am so happy in Jesus nowCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
I am thine, O Lord, thou hast called meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I am waiting for the messageCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I am walking every day with JesusCharlotte G. Homer (Author)7
I am walking todayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
I belong to Jesus, I'm his little friendChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
I can hear my Savior say I am with theeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
I can hear my Savior's voice calling meChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
I cannot tell how precious The Savior is to meChas. H. Gabriel (Author)7
I cannot tell the worldCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I carry my troubles to Jesus my FriendC. H. G. (Author)2
I do believe in the crucified OneCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I had wandered away as a sheep from the foldCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
I have a faith that can never be shakenCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
I have a friend, divine, sincereCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
I have a friend of all others the bestC. H. G. (Author)English2
I have a Savior I want you to knowC. H. G. (Author)3
I have a Savior so loving and trueCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English2
I have a Savior who is more than all the world to meChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
I have found a retreat where my Savior I meetCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I have had sweet dreams of my eternal homeC. H. G. (Author)English5
I have heard Thee, Savior, callingJennie Ree (Author)2
I have often been told of a wonderful countryC. H. G. (Author)5
I hear them telling of a wondrous countryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
I heard the blessed Savior sayC. H. Gabriel (Author)4
I heard the reapers' happy songChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
I heard the voice of Jesus say, poor weary childC. H. G. (Author)2
I know it was Jesus who suffered to beCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
I know Jesus died my salvation to winCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
I know not what before me liesCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I know that mamma loves meChas. H. Gabriel (Author)7
I know that the toils and caresCharlotte G. Homer (Author)2
I know the love and grace of him whose heartC. H. G. (Author)2
I long had wandered from my Lord who diedCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
I love my beautiful BibleS. B. Jackson (Author)2
I love my beautiful Bible, its worth can never be toldS. B. Jackson (Author)7
I love to hear the story, Of Jesus and His birthJennie Ree (Author)English2
I love to tell the story, Since I've been redeemedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
I love to think the Man of SorrowsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I may not know all the joyful songs of heavenChas. H. Gabriel (Author)6
I never could travel life's mazes aloneCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
I rejoice in a new found gladnessCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
I rest on him, the CrucifiedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
I rest upon God's promisesCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
I see my Savior on the treeC. H. G. (Author)2
I see the cross before me lieCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
I see upon the rugged cross the Lamb of GodCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English4
I shall know my Savior when I reach that cityC. H. G. (Author)3
I sing because I love him soCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I stand all amazed at the love Jesus offers meCharles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932 (Author)English73
I stand amazed in the presenceCharles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932 (Author)English193
I stood in the garden of GethsemaneCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I think, when I read the sweet story, How Jesus came down from His throneCharles H. Gabriel (Author)20
I walked upon sin's drifting sandCharlotte G. Homer (Author)English5
I wandered from the fold of GodCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I want the whole wide world to knowCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
I want to be like Jesus (Gabriel)Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I will cling to Jesus every dayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
I will follow thee, my Savior, All alongCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I will not go where I cannot take JesusC. H. G. (Author)6
I will sing of Jesus and his love for meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
I will sing the love of Jesus, precious loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I will sing the praise of JehovahCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
I will sing the praises of Jesus and his loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Ich trau' auf Gott, er ist mein HirtChas. H. Gabriel (Author)German1
Ich weiss die Mamma liebt michCharles H. Gabriel (Author)German3
I'd be so happy to knowCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
If God were your FatherCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
If I have wounded any soul todayC. H. G. (Arranger)English19
If today, amid the storms of lifeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
If ye love the blessed SaviorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
If you have a song to singCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
If you have forgotten JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
If you have started out in the way you knowC. H. G. (Author)2
If you know Jesus savesC. H. G. (Author)2
If you only keep smiling as onward you travel Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
If you will, you may know the gladness of your sins forgivenC. H. G. (Author)14
I'll be a soldier, a valiant soldier tooChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
I'll give my heart to JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
I'll sing of my Savior's precious loveC. H. G. (Author)2
I'll trust in God, he knows the bestCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
I'm drinking at the fountain of Jesus' precious bloodC. H. Gabriel (Author)3
I'm dwelling now upon the heightsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English1
I'm happy in my SaviorChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
In a lowly manger bedJennie Ree (Author)2
In a manger a Baby sleptCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
In a midnight dungeon lowCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
In doubt and darkness long I wanderedC. H. G. (Author)6
In from the highways, in from the bywaysC. H. G. (Author)9
In loving kindness Jesus cameCharlotte G. Homer (Author)English187
In marching order, armor cladCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
In my heart there ever is a happy songCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
In the army of the Lord (Gabriel)Chas. Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
In the Christian warfare with the hosts of sinCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English1
In the darkness of nightCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
In the day when all the nations of the earthC. H. G. (Author)3
In the glare of earthly pleasureCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English7
In the Lord be strong go forth his will to doCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
In the name of Jesus do we watch and prayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
In the name of our Savior CommanderCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
In the quiet hush of nightCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
In the secret of his presence hidingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
In the service of the Master Our days are pasing byCharlotte G. Homer (Author)2
In the silence of the night (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)2
In the strength of Christ our RedeemerCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
In the vineyard of the Master There is work for all to doChas. H. Gabriel (Author)5
In this world there is so much to doCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
Into my darkness shineChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Is your trust in the LordCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Ist einst die Arbeit und Trübsal vorbeiChas. H. Gabriel (Author)German1
It may not be on the mountain's heightCharles H. Gabriel, 1859-1932 (Author)English8
It only costs a little, to keep a sunny faceJennie Ree (Author)2
I've a letter from mother today, boysCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Jesús me vino a rescatarCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)Spanish1
Jesus, author of salvation, into thy presence we comeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Jesus blest many little childrenC. H. G. (Author)4
Jesus came to me a strangerCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus Christus, unser Herr und Heiland, heisstCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus, I will trust thee, Trust with all my soulCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Jesus is calling, lovingly callingC. H. G. (Author)5
Jesus is calling, O hear him todayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)12
Jesus is mine, in his divineCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Jesus is real to meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus is risenJennie Ree (Author)2
Jesus is the truthCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus' little ones are weC. H. G. (Author)English5
Jesus loves even the little onesChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Jesus, Master, look upon meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus, my Lord, went to CalvaryCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus, my Lord, what wilt thouCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Jesus, my Savior, thee I loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Jesus, Redeemer, all-wonderful SaviorJennie Ree (Author)2
Jesus rules and reigns aboveC. H. G. (Author)2
Jesus the homeless one who sought meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Jesus, thou art my redeemerCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
救主耶穌由天而來,為要使我蒙祂慈愛,(Jiù zhǔ yēsū yóu tiān ér lái, wèi yào shǐ wǒ méng tā cí'ài,)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)Chinese2
Joyfully now our songs are resoundingC. H. G. (Author)5
Just a few more days to be filled with praiseC. H. G. (Author)72
Just to be more like the MasterChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
Keep me near to thee, dear Savior, ever keep me near to TheeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
Keep me near to Thee, dear Savior, keep me near the night and dayC. H. G. (Author)English2
Keep praying and trusting, there's no time for repiningC. H. G. (Author)2
Keep the faith our fathers held beforeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Keep the heart bells ringingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)5
La gloria de Cristo el Señor cantaréCharles H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish2
Lamp to my feet wherever I strayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)9
Leaning on Jesus, blessed RedeemerC. H. G. (Author)3
Let mountains and hills with joy resoundC. H. G. (Author)2
Let the earth with gladnessCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Let the little children come, And forbid them not the rightChas. H. Gabriel (Author)6
Let us bear one another's burdens as we travel onCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Let us each be up and doingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Let us gird on the armorCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Let us rally, rally, rally, round the banner of the crossC. H. G. (Author)6
Let us sweetly sing, of our Savior kingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Let us walk in the light that Jesus gives usChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Let us work with a will for JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Let your light shine, let your light shineCharles H. Gabriel (Author)14
Lift Him up to all, the Savior of the worldCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
Lift your eyes and look upon the fields of rainCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Light is spreading, sing the jubileeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Light of the gospel, How clearly and steadilyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Like a mighty army (Gabriel)Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Like a shepherd, ever true and lovingC. H. G. (Author)2
Like a tidal wave of glory Reaching over landCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Like an army We are marching under a bannerCharles H. Gabriel (Author)14
Like an army we are moving Steadily and at commandCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English21
Like music, floating on the evening airC. H. G. (Author)English5
Lilies, beautiful and whiteCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Listen, a voice that is stillCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Listen, boys, to what I proposeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Listen to the ripple, rippleCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Little branches of the vine, Jesus we are truly thineCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Little feet, be very careful where you goCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English10
Little hearts may loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Lo, a great and mighty army now is marchingC. H. G. (Author)5
Lo now the feast of the King is readyC. H. G. (Author)4
Lo the day of God is breaking see the gleamingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Lo the harvest field is bendingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)9
Long sailing on life's troubled seaCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
Long you have pled at the throne of His graceC. H. G. (Author)English4
Look away to Calvary's rugged mountainCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Look, the harvest field is teemingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)38
Look upon the fields of harvestCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Lord, as of old at PentecostCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English94
Lord God omnipotent, we lift our hearts to TheeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English1
Lord, hear us while we prayJennie Ree (Author)3
Lord, how wonderful thy gloryCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Lord, I know not what is best for meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Lord, I would honor thee in all things alwaysCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Lord of the universeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Loud be our hosannas to JesusJennie Ree (Author)2
Loud hosannas joyfully we singCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Loud hosannas we sing unto Christ, our RedeemerCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Loudly unto the world is a chorus resoundingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)24
Low in a manger, dear little StrangerCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English53
Loyalty, loyalty is our watchword everCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Loyalty unto Christ the trumpet now is soundingC. H. G. (Author)12
Más cual mi Cristo quiero siempre serCharles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932 (Author)Spanish1
Más semejante a Cristo quiero serChas. H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish2
Many a soul in the battle of lifeChas. H. Gabriel (Author)6
Many a soul in the battle of life Trembles with fear at the din and strifeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Many are anxiously seeking today For wisdom to guideChas. H. Gabriel (Author)7
Many are happy in Jesus tonightC. H. G. (Author)3
Many gifts our Lord hath givenCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Marching along together, firm and trueCharlotte G. Homer (Author)3
March along together firm and trueCharles H. Gabriel (Author)12
Marching along together true and braveJennie Ree (Author)2
Marching bravely onCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Marching onward like the men of oldChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Marching together at the Lord's commandCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Marching, we are marching onwardCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Med h'pnad jag ser all den naadCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Men of valor, of all ages, join the conflictCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Merrily singing all the day longCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Merry bells today are ringingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Mi Salvador en su bondadCharles Gabriel (Author)Spanish4
Mighty God, my God, CreatorCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Mighty Jehovah, Prince of nationsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Min Jesus, min konung, hur dyrbar han 'rCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
More like the Master I would ever beCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English120
More strength for service, Lord, we prayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
My god, how shall I renderCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
My hand is in the hand of him who guides me day by dayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
My heart is filled with gladnessC. H. G. (Author)2
My hope is in thee Lord, help me to beCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
My life shall be for JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
My Lord, my God, I will adoreC. H. G. (Author)English2
My pathway through life may be one of weal or woeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
My Savior loves me dearlyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
My Savior, how I long to be at home with theeChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
My Savior, in thee I am trustingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
My sins though outnumbering the sands on the shoreChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
My soul shall forever be glad and rejoiceC. H. G. (Author)6
När jag har utkämpat jordlivets stridCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)Swedish2
拿撒勒人耶穌面前我站立,心便震驚!(Ná sā lēi rén yēsū miànqián wǒ zhànlì, xīn biàn zhènjīng!)Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)Chinese2
Naar al min gjerning og strid er forbiC. H. G. (Author)Norwegian2
Nearer to Jesus I am drawing every dayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)5
Never be afraid to standCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
No amin ti aramidco malpasC. H. G. (Author)Tagalog2
No other one but JesusC. H. G. (Author)4
No other way my soul would goCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
No room for him in whose strong handC. H. G. (Author)2
No time to give to JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Now I may come to my Savior dearCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Now in songs of joy and gladnessCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Now is the time to decide for ChristJennie Ree (Author)1
Now unto the Lord all gloriousCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Now unto the Savior our voices we raiseCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Now's the time for sowingCharlotte G. Homer (Author)4
N'r jag foerlossats fraan moederCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O, by and by, thank God I'll seeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O Christian, gird the armor onCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English2
O come, and go with me to ZionCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
O empty heart, behold a heavenly strangerCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English1
O have you not heard that the Master is come?Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English2
O hear ye not the Lord's commandCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O how I love my Jesus, The Lamb who died for meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O how sweet the blessed promiseCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O hur l'ttas moedans dagCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O jag 'r saa full af salig froejdCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O Jesus, thou my helper I trust thee as I goCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
O kingdom of God, how beautiful and brightCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O Savior, loving Savior, we hear thee gently callingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
O say, do you know there's a mansion in heavenC. H. G. (Author)2
O sing a new song to the Lord, Sing, all the earth and bless that NameCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English2
O soldier brave, in strength ariseCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)7
O soul, where hast thou gleaned todayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O soul, without a Savior, O body tired and wornCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English3
O speak the name of JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
O sweet is the story of Christ and his loveCharles H. Gabriel (Author)5
O sweet is the story of Jesus, The wonderful Savior of menC. H. G. (Author)English54
O tarry with me, Lord, I need thine aidC. H. G. (Author)2
O think of the glory when we get homeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
O thou great almighty LordCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O wanderer, turnCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O weary souls, by care oppressedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O what changes we shouldCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
O what peace is mineChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
O why will you go away tonightChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
O why will you turn from the savior awayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O wondrous love, O boundless loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)5
O work and wait a little whileCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
O ye of little faith, why will ye doubt?Charles H. Gabriel (Author)English6
O'er all the way green palms and blossoms gayCharles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932 (Adapter)English1
Of Christ alone my song shall beCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Of the Lord JehovahJennie Ree (Author)3
Of the Savior and His love, to those you meet Tell the storyJennie Ree (Author)4
O how sweet the blessed storyChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
O I love to think of Jesus, And His life in GalileeC. H. G. (Author)English2
O what delightful musicC. H. Gabriel (Author)3
Old Glory stands without a peerC. H. G. (Author)2
Om vi hade endast soldken aaret omCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
On our knees we're kneelingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
On the shore the saintsChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
On to the front, for the fight is onC. H. G. (Author)6
On where the cross is leadingJennie Ree (Author)5
Once a little mousie livedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
One sweet hour with Jesus every dayCharlotte G. Homer (Author)6
One there is above all others we adoreCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
One there was, born in a poor and lowly mangerC. H. G. (Author)5
Only ask and the Lord will save youCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Only in Jesus my heart is at restChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Only one thing my soul desiresCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
Only the blood, yes, onlyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Onward, Christian soldier, ever onwardCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Onward up the King's great highwayJennie Ree (Author)9
Open the windows, the lbessings come downC. H. G. (Author)2
Our cause is just and at the righteous biddingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Our sweetest song of gladnessCharles H. Gabriel (Author)12
Out on the highways, out on the bywaysCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Out on the waste of sin and deathCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Out upon the ocean of lifeH. Gabriel (Author)3
Patient reapers of the harvestChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Poor, weary pilgrim on your wayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Por sua graça e compaixão, Jesus me due a sua mãoCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)Portuguese2
Praise God for salvation so full and so freeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Praise him, praise him, Carol a song of gloryCharlotte G. Homer (Author)3
Praise him, praise him, raise a songJennie Ree (Author)2
Praise the Lord, all ye peopleCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Praise the Lord in songC. H. G. (Author)3
Praise the Lord, the God of agesCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Praise the Lord, the mighty One victoriousC. H. G. (Author)3
Praise the name of our RedeemerCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Praise the Rock of our salvationCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Praise we give unto him who loved usCharlotte G. Homer (Author)3
Praise ye the Lord, timbrel and harp employChas. H. Gabriel (Author)9
Pure affection divineC. Gabriel (Author)2
Que Cristo me haya salvadoCharles H. Gabriel (Author)Spanish5
Raha afaka entana aho atyCh. Gabriel (Author)Malagasy2
Rehefa vita ny asako etyCh. Gabriel (Author)Malagasy2
Rejoice, O earth, thy KingJennie Ree (Author)2
Repentant I wandered, a prodigal childCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Rest upon the LordJennie Ree (Author)2
Ring, bells of heaven, let your sweet music fill the airCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
Ring out, O merry Sabbath bellsCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Ring out, O happy Easter bellsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Ring, ring, ring, cheerfully ringC. H. G. (Author)6
Roll on, thou mighty riverCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Savior, be with me every hourChas. H. Gabriel (Author)6
Savior, fold Thine arms aroundChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Savior, I am lost without TheeChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Savior, I come to Thee with broken heart todayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English2
Savior, I'm waiting, longingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Schicke Scharen deiner Friedensboten ausChas. H. Gabriel (Author)German2
See the fields for harvest readyC. H. G. (Author)3
See, the hosts of God are marching onCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Send the gospel message over land and seaC. H. G. (Author)5
Send the tidings o'er the seaChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
Servant of God, awake unto thy dutyChas. H. Gabriel (Author)8
Shall we all arrive in gloryCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Shepherd of Israel, patient and gentleChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
Shoulder to shoulder, heart to heart, in proud arrayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Shout hosanna to the SaviorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Show me the way to JesusC. H. G. (Author)3
Silently the golden momentsCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Simply trusting Jesus, onward as I goCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Sing Hosanna, loud Hosanna,Charles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Sing, O my soul, to the LordCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Sing, pretty little bobolinkC. H. G. (Author)4
Sing to the Lord a new song, Praise Him with hymns of ecstasyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
Sing to the Lord, who in mercy hath broughtJennie Ree (Author)2
Sleeping in JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
So long thou hast patiently knockedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
So long thou hast wanderedCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
So precious is Jesus, my Savior, my King Charles H. Gabriel (Author)English148
Softly and tenderly Jesus spakeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Softly singing, lightly wingingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Soldier of Jesus, on to the frontC. H. G. (Author)3
Soldiers in the gospel armyChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Some day I'll reap what I have sownCharles H. Gabriel (Author)8
Some day, with my face toward the told-tinted westC. H. G. (Author)4
Sometime and somewhere my Lord I shall seeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Sometime, somewhere my toil shall ceaseCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
"Sometime," you say, when the Master is pleadingC. H. G. (Author)English2
Sometimes, in the hush of the evening hourCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Sometimes the way of life is rough and steepCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Somewhere tonight in this cold dreary worldCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
Songs of joy and gladness we delight to raise Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Songs of praise unto him who hath loved usJennie Ree (Author)2
Songs of praise we bring to our Savior, KingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)9
Soul, a stranger stands at thy heart's closed doorChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Sower, what are the seedsCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Sower, what of the grain you scatterCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Sowing the seed, preparing for the harvestCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Speak to me, Lord, I'm prayerfully listening]Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Speak to me more often of the Savior and His loveCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Spurn the cup of woe and anguishCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Standing in the market places all the seasons throughC. H. G. (Author)41
Stay with me, my Savior dearCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Step out upon the promiseCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Strong in faith, and loyal-heartedChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
Strong is Jehovah, mighty to deliverCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Sunbeams and raindrops are jewelsJennie Ree (Author)3
Sunshine and flowers tell the Savior's loveJennie Ree (Author)6
Sweet and clear on my earC. H. G. (Author)4
Sweet and clear, songs of cheerChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Sweet is the promise, I will not forget theeC. H. G. (Author)74
Sweet is the song that my glad heart singsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
Sweet is thy service, O blessed RedeemerH. Gabriel (Author)2
Sweet secret prayer, comfort divineC. H. G. (Author)8
Sweetly in music swellingC. H. G. (Author)3
Türmen sich Wogen und brausen gar sehrChas. H. Gabriel (Author)German1
Tag det namnet Jesus med digChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Take courage, Christian worker, the trumpet call obeyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Take the name of Jesus with you everywhere you goChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Tell everything to JesusJennie Ree (Author)3
Tell it to Jesus, all of thy sorrowCharles H. Gabriel (Author)11
Tell me the story of Jesus againChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Tell the sweet story of Jesus our KingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Tempted and tried, encumbered with careChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
Tenderly Jesus is calling today, wandererCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
Thankful hearts we bringCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Thanks be to God, and unto Him the gloryChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
The Bible says Jesus loved childrenChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
The cares of life, like ocean billowsC. H. G. (Author)English2
The evening sun is sinking fastC. H. G. (Author)3
The fields are all yellow with ripening grainC. H. G. (Author)3
The king of all the earth is heJennie Ree (Author)2
The Lord is King, His reign on earth shall never ceaseCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
The Lord is my Rock, he's my Fortress and DelivererCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
The Lord is risen, the KingJennie Ree (Author)2
The love of Jesus, so warm to meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
The Master has gone to a distant countryC. H. G. (Author)English14
The order has gone forth, move forwardChas. H. Gabriel (Author)6
The path wherein He leadeth me, I do not know nor ask to seeChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
The power of death is broken, Its terrors forever pastCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
The reapers are loudly singingC. H. G. (Author)10
The Savior hath died to redeem us from sinCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
The Savior of sinners from glory came downCharles Gabriel (Author)English3
The Savior once said "Let the little ones come!"Charles H. Gabriel (Author)2
The Savior stands with pleading voiceCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
The service of Jesus is easyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
The silver cord is loosened, and broken is the golden bowlCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
The snow lies gleaming on the grassCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
The song that rang o'er all Judea's plainChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
The sorrowful moments which once to me comeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
The sweetest story told on earthC. H. G. (Author)English17
The trumpet of battle is soundingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)8
The ways of the world may tempt youCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English4
The world is bright, the world is goodCharles H. Gabriel (Author)5
There are blessings gently falling on us like the rainCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
There are those we must encourageCharles H. Gabriel (Author)6
There is a dwelling place I knowCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
There is a Friend above all others dearC. H. G. (Author)4
There is a land of sacred restCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
There is a name so sweet to meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)5
There is a safe and secret placeC. H. G. (Author (Chorus))English1
There is a safe retreat from every evilCharlotte G. Homer (Author)3
There is a sweet story I readCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
There is great rejoicing in my soulC. H. G. (Author)12
There is need of deeper consecrationJennie Ree (Author)5
There is no night in heaven aboveCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
There's One who can comfort whan all else failsC. H. G. (Author)English31
There is work awaiting youJennie Ree (Author)2
There they crucified himCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
There'll be music in heaven, we're told, that city of pearl and goldChas. H. Gabriel (Author)3
There's a battle now begunCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
There's a call comes ringing o'er the restless waveC. H. G. (Author)English228
There's a city that hath no need of lightCharlotte G. Homer (Author)3
There's a crown of beauty waiting me over thereCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
There's a dear old flag floating over land and seaC. H. G. (Author)3
There's a glorious world, a world of lightC. H. G. (Author)1
There's a home in heaven for me by and byC. H. G. (Author)5
There's a joyful message written in his wordC. H. G. (Author)5
There's a labor of love that must be wroughtCharlotte G. Homer (Author)2
There's a last day coming, by and by, by and byC. H. G. (Author)7
There's a message of salvationCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
There's a message that comes to the soulC. H. G. (Author)3
There's a mighty work to do, and the Master calls for youCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
There's a precious songCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
There's a prize before us in the race we runCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
There's a song I love to sing, Love to hear its echoes ringChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
There's a song my heart is ever singingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
There's a song of joy echoing over all the worldCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
There's a song that floats on the airCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
There's a sweet old storyCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
There's a wonderful city in a wonderful countryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
There's a work that God intendsCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
There's a work to be doneC. H. G. (Author)3
There's an invitation from aboveCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English3
There's One they call JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
There's work for us allCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)4
These little feet of mineCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
They led him away to be crucifiedC. H. G. (Author)7
They that turn many to righteousness shall shine as the sunCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Think not there is no condemnationCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
This thought gives sweetest comfortC. H. G. (Author)1
Thou art not very far from the kingdom, AlmostCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Thou infinite Savior, on thee I dependC. H. G. (Author)4
Though at times our faith may be sorely triedCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
Through all the changing scenes of life, I want to be more like JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)English2
Through all the dangers and trials of lifeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)5
Throughout creation's wide domainC. H. G. (Author)English2
Thy word, O Lord, is my delightChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
'Tis a reasonable service Jesus asks of meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
'Tis the message of Christmas we sing to you gladlyCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
'Tis the Savior's natal dayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
To my Savior clinging, all the wayC. G. Homer (Author)2
To reconcile the world God gave his SonC. H. G. (Author)4
To save a world of sinners lostC. H. G. (Author)4
Treading the way the feet of the Master have trodC. H. G. (Author)2
True and faithful we would be along the way of lifeChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
'Twas love divine that paidCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Un llamado llega desde el turbio marC. H. G. (Author)Spanish2
Uns're schritte eilen der heimat zuC. H. G. (Author)German2
Unto all people said JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Unto our Jehovah our king foreverJennie Ree (Author)3
Unto the day when he with all his holy angelsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Unto the God whom we adore, joyful hosannas we bringCharlotte G. Homer (Author)5
Unto the king of our salvationC. H. G. (Author)3
Unto the Lord our King praises singC. H. G. (Author)6
Up from the grave he aroseCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Upon a wide and stormy seaCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English67
Victory is the song echoing loud and longCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
我要更像主,我天天追求 (Wǒ yào gèng xiàng zhǔ, wǒ tiāntiān zhuīqiú)Chas. H. Gabriel (Author)Chinese2
Waiting for the dawning morrowCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Waken a song to the Lamb that was slainCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Walking with Jesus, O how delightfulCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Wandering weary, lonely and drearyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Was it for me in silence ThouC. H. G. (Author)4
Watchman on the walls of Zion, Tell, O tell, us of the nightCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English3
Waters from the smitten rockC. H. G. (Arranger)1
Wave the signal to the lands afarCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
We are a band of soldiers, Valiant, and brave and tureC. H. G. (Author)2
We are a happy pilgrim band, WeS. B. Jackson (Author)2
We are a little valiant bandC. H. Gabriel (Author)2
We are a loyal earnest bandC. H. Gabriel (Author)2
We are little gleaners braveChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
We are little sentinels of JesusJennie Ree (Author)1
We are little workers, working for the LordCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English5
We are marching on in the army of the LordCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
We are marching under the banner victoriousCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)7
We are now enlisted, FightingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
We are on our way to a better landC. H. Gabriel (Arranger)3
We are on our way to a home on highCharles H. Gabriel (Author)9
We are singing, praises bringingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)13
We are soldiers marching up the highwayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
We are soldiers of the Lord, marching on (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)4
We are soldiers of the Lord, Marching on with shield and swordCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
We are the ambassadors of JesusChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
We are volunteers for service in the vineyardChas. G. Gabriel (Author)2
We can drive the cloudsCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
We dare not idle standChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
We love the name of Him who cameCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
We may lighten toil and careChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English81
We must save the fallen brotherCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
We need thee, tender, faithful GuideCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
We shall be like him, O wonderful thoughtCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)8
We shall soon be all at rest over thereJennie Ree (Author)2
We sing the name of JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
We stand for right, we are in the fightCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
We want to live for JesusC. H. G. (Author)4
We will crown Christ KingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
We will follow where he leads usCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
We will help one another to be faithfulCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
We will join in songs of gladnessCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
We will sing of his goodness foreverCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
We will sing the blessed storyC. H. G. (Author)2
We will sing the love of JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)1
We will trust in God as we onward goCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Weary sinner, come to JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Wenn nach der Erde Leid, Arbeit und PeinCharles Homer Gabriel, 1856-1932 (Author)German4
We're a band of temperance childrenCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
We're encamped upon the battle fieldCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
We're happy all the time, for Jesus is our KingChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
We're little Christian soldiers, brave and loyal tooC. H. G. (Author)5
We're little gleaners, following the reapersChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
We're soldiers of a KingJennie Ree (Author)2
We're the little lambs of JesusCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English2
We've gathered these flowersC. R. Gabriel (Author)2
What a friend is Jesus! One so precious can you find?C. H. G. (Author)English5
What a Savior Jesus isCharles H. Gabriel (Author)5
What grace thou dost show toward usCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
What have I done for thee this dayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
What have I done for Thee todayCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English2
What is sweeter, tell meC. H. G. (Author)English8
What little folks can doCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
What notes of glory greet mine earCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
What though the way is rough and skies are overcastCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
What will you do with Jesus (Gabriel)Charles H. Gabriel (Author)2
When all my labors and trials are overCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English235
When at last on the earthChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
When clouds of despair hideCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
When clouds of sorrow darkly overshadow meC. H. G. (Author)3
When I grow weary, almost despairCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
When I remember CalvaryCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
When I think how the Lord could have mercy on meCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
When I think of Jesus and His love for meCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
When in his glory the King we seeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
When Jesus comes to make up hisCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
When Jesus was a little childC. H. G. (Author)1
When my earthly days are endedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
When my heart is sore oppressed, And I seek in vain for restCharles H. Gabriel (Author)English2
When my labors here on earth are o'erC. H. G. (Author)6
When tempted to do that which you know to be wrongCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
When the beauties of the homelandC. H. G. (Author)5
When the books are opened on the judgment morningC. H. G. (Author)4
When the day of life is endedC. H. G. (Author)English2
When the first glimpse of heaven breaks upon our raptured sightCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
When the golden gates are openedChas. H. Gabriel (Author)2
When the roll is called brother answer to your nameCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
When the soul is oppressed by the heat of the dayChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English1
When the sun of life fades into crimson and goldC. H. G. (Author)4
When the toils of life are ending, and day is dyingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
When this busy life is endedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)6
When this earthly life is overChas. H. Gabriel (Author)4
When to the Lord I cameJennie Ree (Author)3
When toils of earth are o'erCharles Gabriel (Author)2
When we get home from our sorrow and careChas. H. Gabriel (Author)English3
When we reach the home in gloryCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)3
When we see the Son of Man descending in the clouds of heavenCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3
When weary I have grown beneath my burdenC. H. G. (Author)3
When winds are raging over the upper oceanH. G. (Author (Refrain))1
Where Jesus is, is home to meC. H. G. (Author)4
Where will you drop your anchor, brotherCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
While the dew of life still glistens on the flowerCharlotte G. Homer (Author)4
While through this world of sin I goC. H. G. (Author)9
While through this changing world we roamH. Gabriel (Author)English4
While wandering in this desert landCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
While we journey along through sorrow, pain, and sinC. H. G. (Author)1
Whispered by the evening breezeCharles H. Gabriel (Author)4
Who is like unto himCharlotte G. Homer (Author)3
Who is the King of glory, Jesus, blessed JesusC. H. G. (Author)6
Who knows the love of JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Who knows you betterCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Whom have I in heaven but JesusCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Whosoever will come to the SaviorCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Whosoever would be blessedCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Why art thou sleeping, 'tis time for reapingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Why do we linger in the bondage of sinJennie Ree (Author)2
Why, in idle content will so many remainChas. H. Gabriel (Author)1
Why should I fear that the way will be drearyCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Why should I feel discouragedC. H. G. (Author)English1
Why should I rebel when the cross is hard to bearC. H. G. (Author)4
Wie groß ist die Gnade, die Jesus so reichlich schenktC. H. G. (Author)German2
Will Jesus be waitingCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
Will you do what you can for the Master's causeCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)10
With a purpose fixed within the heartCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
With a song on our lips and our flag unfurledC. H. G. (Author)3
With an everlasting love, came the message from aboveCharles H. Gabriel (Author)18
With Calvary standing before me, I lookChas. H. Gabriel (Author)11
With my Lord I'll go wherever he may leadCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
With our banner waving over usCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
With the coming of the mornCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
With the soul in Christ abiding all is ellCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Within my heart a song, is ringing all day longCharlotte G. Homer (Author)English5
Wonderful art thou, the God we adore Charles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Wonderful, Counsellor, everlasting FatherCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)5
Would you know the reason why I can singCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
Wrapped in the colors he died in defendingCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Ye weary, hungry, starving poor, behold a feast is spreadCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
You are chosen of the Lord a work to doCharlotte G. Homer (Author)2
You ask me how I gave my heart to ChristC. H. G. (Author)English5
You ask me why I'm happy, why I'm singing all the dayCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)2
You have confessed the MasterCharles H. Gabriel (Author)2
You today a wondrous work of love may doCharles Hutchinson Gabriel (Author)1
Your burden is heavy, your pathC. H. G. (Author)1
You're striving to follow the MasterCharles H. Gabriel (Author)3

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