Crowning Praises: for Sunday-schools, revivals, conventions and all religious work and worship

Editor: James D. Vaughan
Publisher: James D. Vaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn., 1911
Language: English
Notes: Some of the hymns are missing from page scans
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101Have you heard the invitation?[Have you heard the invitation?]Page Scan
102Joy to the world, the Lord is come![Joy to the world, the Lord is come!]Page Scan
103As the twilight shades were falling, slowly dying mother lay[As the twilight shades were falling, slowly dying mother lay]Page Scan
104Bloom brightly, sweet roses, bloom brightly above[Bloom brightly, sweet roses, bloom brightly above]Page Scan
105I am fully trusting Jesus[I am fully trusting Jesus]Page Scan
106Am I a soldier of the cross[Am I a soldier of the cross]Page Scan
107O how blest will be that meeting[O how blest will be that meeting]Page Scan
108If we come to God believing[If we come to God believing]Page Scan
109My work will soon be o'er[My work will soon be o'er]Page Scan
110Since loving thee, my Friend divine[Since loving thee, my Friend divine]Page Scan
111O if you would be the victor[O if you would be the victor]Page Scan
112Somebody's mother, praying tonight[Somebody's mother, praying tonight]Page Scan
113I feared to own my Saviour, was ashamed to speak His name[I feared to own my Saviour, was ashamed to speak His name]Page Scan
114There will be mansions in heaven[There will be mansions in heaven]Page Scan
115Companion, draw nigh they say I must die[Companion, draw nigh they say I must die]Page Scan
116In the realms above[In the realms above]Page Scan
117What a meeting that will be[What a meeting that will be]TextPage Scan
118I can hear my Saviour calling[I can hear my Saviour calling]Page Scan
119Jesus is the Saviour, He's our blessed King[Jesus is the Saviour, He's our blessed King]Page Scan
120Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty![Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!]Page Scan
121When our earthly toils are ended[When our earthly toils are ended]Page Scan
122Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloom[Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloom]Page Scan
123Those who are wash'd in the cleansing tide[Those who are wash'd in the cleansing tide]Page Scan
124My soul, be on thy guard[My soul, be on thy guard]Page Scan
125Are you drifting with the current?[Are you drifting with the current?]Page Scan
126Rock of Ages, cleft for me[Rock of Ages, cleft for me]Page Scan
127There are lands far away o'er the sea[There are lands far away o'er the sea]TextPage Scan
128There's a land that is fairer than day[There's a land that is fairer than day]Page Scan
129Tell to all the wondrous story[Tell to all the wondrous story]Page Scan
130All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name[All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name]Page Scan
131In spirit I stand by the beautiful sea[In spirit I stand by the beautiful sea]Page Scan
132When we reach our fair home in that beautiful land[When we reach our fair home in that beautiful land]Page Scan
133Hear the blessed voice of the loving Saviour calling[Hear the blessed voice of the loving Saviour calling]Page Scan
134Our dear ones are torn from our tender embrace[Our dear ones are torn from our tender embrace]Page Scan
135Nearer, my God, to TheeBETHANYPage Scan
136Blest be the tie that binds[Blest be the tie that binds]Page Scan
137I am coming to the cross[I am coming to the cross]Page Scan
138Jesus, Lover of my soul[Jesus, Lover of my soul]Page Scan
139Jesus,—and didst Thou leave the sky[Jesus,—and didst Thou leave the sky]Page Scan
140Jesus is standing in Pilate's hall[Jesus is standing in Pilate's hall]Page Scan
141In sight of that beautiful home over yonder[In sight of that beautiful home over yonder]Page Scan
142Over life's stormy sea[Over life's stormy sea]Page Scan

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