The Song Book of the Salvation Army

Issued by the authority of: Jarl Walström
Publisher: The Salvation Army, Great Britain, St. Albans, 1986
Denomination: Salvation Army
Language: English
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901To leave the world belowText
902We are marching home to GloryText
903We are marching up the hillside and the trail leads homeText
904We speak of the realms of the blestText
905We're bound for the land of the pure and the holyText
906When all my labours and trials are o'erText
907When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound, and time shall be no moreText
908When we gather at last over JordanText
909Who are these arrayed in whiteText
910Who, who are these beside the chilly waveText
911With steady pace the pilgrim movesText
912Ye valiant soldiers of the crossText
913You must have your sins forgivenText
914Your garments must be white as snowText
915And are we yet aliveText
916Father, let me dedicateText
917My times are in thy handText
918O God of Bethel, by whose handText
919O Saviour, now to thee we raiseText
920Bring your tithes into the storehouseText
921Christ of self-denialText
922This, our time of self-denial
923At harvest time our eyes behold
924Come, ye thankful people, comeText
925Eternal Source of every joyText
926Our thankful hearts need joyful songsText
927Praise and thanksgiving
928Seeds now we are sowing, and fruit they must bearText
929Sing to the Lord of harvestText
930Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindnessText
931Sowing the seed by the dawn-light fairText
932This is the field, the world belowText
933To thee, O Lord of earth and skyText
934To thee, O Lord, our hearts we raiseText
935We plough the fields, and scatterText
936We praise thee, Lord, with heart and voiceText
937For thy mercy and thy graceText
938Heavenly Father, thou hast brought usText
939Sing we many years of blessing
940Christ is our corner-stoneText
941Lord of Heaven and earth and seaText
942O God, in whom alone is foundText
943O God of love eternalText
944O Lord, regard thy people
945This stone to thee in faith we layText
946Thy presence and thy glories, LordText
947O God of love, to thee we bowText
948O Perfect Love, all human thought transcendingText
949The voice that breathed o'er EdenText
950And now to thee we renderText
951For thine is the Kingdom, and thine is the powerText
952Give to Jesus gloryText
953God be in my headText
954God be with you till we meet againText
955Jesus, so dear to usText
956Let nothing disturb theeText
957Lord of all glory and of graceText
958O Father, let thy love remain
959Praise God, from whom all blessings flowText
960Praise God, I'm savedText
961The Lord bless thee, and keep theeText
962This, this is the God we adoreText
c1Able to save, able to keep
c2All that you need is a miracle
c3And yet he will thy sins forgive
c4Are you coming home tonightText
c5Ask! Ask! Ask! and it shall be given
c6Calling, calling, Jesus is calling
c7Calvary, so dear, so sweet, so precious
c8Can a poor sinner come to JesusText
c9Come with thy sin, come with thy sinText
c10Coming home, coming homeText
c11Don't turn him awayText
c12He is able, abundantly able to deliver, to deliverText
c13I am coming to the Saviour who can wash away my sin
c14I think of all his sorrowText
c15Jesus is calling, is calling, is callingText
c16Jesus said: He who comes to me shall never, never thirst again
c17O Jesus, my Saviour, will welcome sinners homeText
c18O let the dear Master come in
c19O the love of Christ, my Lord
c20O yes, there's salvation for youText
c21Room, room. room at the crossText
c22Take Jesus to all the world
c23There is mercy in Jesus, there's mercy in JesusText
c24They are nailed to the crossText
c25To heal the broken heart he cameText
c26Travel along in the sunshine
c27Turn to the Lord and seek salvationText
c28What shall the answer beText
c29Wonderful place called CalvaryText
c30You may be saved, O glorious thought
c31You've carried your burden, you've carried it longText
c32All my days and all my hours
c33All my heart I give to thee
c34All there is of me, Lord
c35At thy feet I bow adoring
c36Constantly abiding, Jesus is mine
c37Dear Lord, at thy feet I still linger
c38Ever thine, thine aloneText

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