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The Love of the Father

Author: Colin Sterne Hymnal: Redemption Songs #901 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: We sing of a story the Master told Refrain First Line: Then arise and come to the Father! Lyrics: 1 We sing of a story the Master told Of God's great love, A love that can never grow faint or cold, Where'er we rove; A love that waits to welcome us When from our sins we turn, Whose depth and height are infinite, Whose fulness none can learn. Chorus: Then arise and come to the Father! He will meet you on the way; All the lost to His arms He will gather In His home of eternal day; For the bells of the city of God shall ring, And the choirs of heav'n shall sing, 'Let joy abound, let songs resound, For the lov'd and lost is found.' 2 O all who have wander'd away and fed On husks of sin; O ye who are faint for the Living Bread, And sad within; Whose thoughts are turning longingly Towards the Father's home, No longer stay, make no delay, For Jesus bids you come. [Chorus] 3 That house of the Father is full of light, Our home above, There waits you a robe of immortal white, A ring of love. O Father grant us all Thy grace To leave our sin behind, To enter straight the narrow gate, And seek Thee till we find. [Chorus] Languages: English Tune Title: [We sing of a story the Master told]
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For Jesus' Sake

Author: Colin Stern Hymnal: Redemption Songs #873 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Will you come and help us in our work Refrain First Line: For Jesus' sake, For Jesus' sake Lyrics: 1 Will you come and help us in our work, For Jesus' sake? Will you fight with enemies that lurk, For Jesus' sake? The pow'rs of evil stronger grow, Within,without, we meet the foe; Will you lend a hand to strike a blow, For Jesus' sake? Refrain: For Jesus' sake, For Jesus' sake, What will you do for Jesus' sake? Let each one bring some worthy thing For Jesus' sake. 2 Will you make the homes of darkness bright For Jesus' sake? Will you be an ever shining light For Jesus' sake? Against all forms of deadly sin, Against all evil thoughts within, Will you strike as one who means to win, For Jesus' sake? [Refrain] 3 Will you curb the quick and angry word For Jesus' sake? Will you bear the yoke of our dear Lord For Jesus' sake? When work is hard and duty dry, And easy seems the tempting lie, Will you speak the truth, although you die, For Jesus' sake? [Refrain] 4 Will you turn from ev'ry evil way For Jesus' sake? Will you climb up higher day by day For Jesus' sake? Amid the stress of earthly strife, Amid a world with evil rife, Will you try to live the higher life, For Jesus' sake? [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Will you come and help us in our work]
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Launch Out

Author: J. B. Mackay Hymnal: Redemption Songs #874 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Have you toil'd all night near the shore in vain? Refrain First Line: Launch out, launch out Languages: English Tune Title: [Have you toil'd all night near the shore in vain?]
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The Seed of the Kingdom

Author: Fred. A. Fillmore Hymnal: Redemption Songs #875a (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Are you sowing the seed of the kingdom, brother Refrain First Line: For the harvest time is coming on Languages: English Tune Title: [Are you sowing the seed of the kingdom, brother]
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The Seed of the Kingdom

Author: Fred. A. Fillmore Hymnal: Redemption Songs #875b (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Are you sowing the seed of the kingdom, brother Languages: English Tune Title: [Are you sowing the seed of the kingdom, brother]
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With Heart and Voice

Author: Lizzie De Armond Hymnal: Redemption Songs #876 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Praise the Lord with heart and voice Refrain First Line: Praise Him! Sing with melody Languages: English Tune Title: [Praise the Lord with heart and voice]
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Forward!

Author: Mrs. Frank A. Breck Hymnal: Redemption Songs #877 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Christ, our mighty Captain, leads against the foe Refrain First Line: Forward! forward! 'tis the Lord's command Languages: English Tune Title: [Christ, our mighty Captain, leads against the foe]
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Lifetime is Working Time

Author: Carrie E. Breck Hymnal: Redemption Songs #878 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces Refrain First Line: Swiftly the hours of labour fly Languages: English Tune Title: [Lifetime is working time]
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Reapers are Needed

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Redemption Songs #879 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Standing in the market places all the season through Refrain First Line: Lift thine eyes and look upon the fields that stand Languages: English Tune Title: [Standing in the market places all the season through]
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Message of Mercy

Author: T. H. Hymnal: Redemption Songs #880 (1937) Topics: Choir Pieces First Line: Come to the ark of refuge Refrain First Line: O message of mercy! Languages: English Tune Title: [Come to the ark of refuge]

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