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Gospel Hymnal (1950)

Denomination: Baptist General Conference - Published by Unknown Publisher

1. A Charge to Keep I Have by Lowell Mason (1832)
2. A glory gilds the sacred page by
3. A Mighty Fortress is our God by Martin Luther
4. A Parting Hymn We Sing by Johann G. Nageli
5. A wonderful Savior is Jesus my Lord by William James Kirkpatrick (1890)
6. Abide with Me by Henry Francis Lyte, William Henry Monk
7. According to Thy Gracious Word by James Montgomery
8. Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed by Isaac Watts, Ralph E. Hudson
9. All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name by William Shrubsole (1779)
10. All Hail, Immanuel! by Chas. H. Gabriel
11. All hail to thee, O blessed morn by
12. All I have I yield to Jesus by
13. All Praise to You, My God, This Night by Thomas Tallis (c. 1561)
14. All that our Savior hath spoken by
15. All the darkness of the night by
16. All The Way My Savior Leads Me by Fanny J. Crosby, 1875
17. All to Jesus I Surrender by Winfield S. Weeden (1896)
18. Almost Persuaded Now to Believe by Philip P. Bliss
19. Am I a Soldier of the Cross? by Thomas A. Arne
20. Amazing Grace! by John Newton
21. Another year is dawning by Samuel S. Wesley
22. Anywhere with Jesus by Jessie Brown Pounds & Helen Cadbury Alexander
23. Are ye able, said the Master by
24. Are You Weary, Are You Heavy Hearted by
25. Arise my soul arise Shake off thy by Charles Wesley
26. Ask Ye What Great Thing I Know by Henri A. C. Malan
27. Awakening Chorus by
28. Awake, My Soul, in Joyful Lays by
29. Away In A Manger by James R. Murray
30. Be not aweary for labor will cease by
31. Be not dismayed whate'er betide by Civilla Durfee Martin
32. Be still, my soul, the Lord is on thy side by Katharina Amalia Dorothea von Schlegel tr/ad by Ja
33. Beneath The Cross Of Jesus by Elizabeth Cecilia Douglas Clephane
34. Beyond the sunset, O blissful morning by Blanche Kerr Brock
35. Blessed Assurance by Fanny J. Crosby and Phoebe P. Knapp
37. Blest Be the Tie That Binds by John Fawcett and Johann G. Nageli
38. Bread of the World, in Mercy Broken by Reginald Heber and Fr. Henri Chapieu
39. Break Thou the Bread of Life by William F. Sherwin
40. Breathe On Me, Breath of God by Edwin Hatch (1835-1889)
41. Brightly beams our Father's mercy by Philip P. Bliss
42. By cool Siloam's shady rill by
43. Children of the Heavenly Father by Karolina Wilhelmina Sandell-Berg & Ernst Willi
44. Children of the heavenly King As ye by John Cennick
45. Chosen seed and Zion's children by
46. Christ The Lord Is Risen Today by Charles Wesley, 1707-1788
47. Come, every soul by sin oppressed, There's mercy by
48. Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove by John Bacchus Dykes, 1823-1876
50. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing by Robert Robinson, 1758
51. Come to the Savior, Make No Delay by
52. Come, Ye Disconsolate by Samuel Webbe
53. Come, ye faithful, raise the strain by Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900
54. Come, Ye Thankful People by George J. Elvey
55. Come, ye that love the Lord [Christ], And let your joys by
56. Wonderful Peace by W. G. Cooper
57. Crown Him With Many Crowns by George J. Elvey
58. Day by day and With Each Passing Moment by Oscar Ahnfelt (1872)
59. Day is dying in the west by William F. Sherwin (1877)
60. Dear Lord and Father of mankind Forgive by John Greenleaf Whittier
61. Dear Lord, take up the [my] tangled strands by
62. Dear [Well] Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole by
64. Earthly friends may prove untrue by Arthur A. Luther
65. I Would Be Like Jesus by
66. Encamped along the hills of light by Ira D. Sankey
67. Ere you left your room this morning by W. O. Perkins
68. Every morning mercies new Fall as fresh by Greville Phillimore
69. Fade, fade, each earthly joy by
70. Failing in strength when opprest [oppressed] by my foes by
71. Fairest Lord Jesus by Traditional
72. Faith of Our Fathers by Henri F. Henry (1864)
73. Far and near the fields are teeming by James Oren Thompson
75. Far dearer than all that the world can impart by
76. Fight the good fight with all thy might by
77. For the beauty of the earth For the by Folliott Sandford Pierpont
78. From every stormy wind [sense] that blows by
79. From Greenland's icy mountains by Lowell Mason
80. From the table now retiring by
81. Give of your best to the Master, Give of the strength by
82. Glorious things of thee are spoken by Franz Joseph Haydn
83. God be with you till we meet again by William G. Tomer (1880)
84. God of our fathers, Whose almighty hand by George William Warren, 1828-1902
85. God of the living church empower by
86. God understands your sorrow by
87. Great is thy faithfulness, O God my Father by
88. Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah by William Williams
89. Hail the Day That Sees Him Rise by Charles Wesley, William Henry Monk
90. Hail, Thou Once Despised Jesus by
91. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing by Felix Mendelssohn
92. The city of refuge by
93. Have Thine Own Way, Lord! by George C. Stebbins (1907)
94. Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power by
95. He leadeth me, O blessed thought by
96. Our Best by Grant Colfax Tullar
97. Holy Bible, book divine, Precious treasure, thou art mine by
98. Holy Ghost, with light [love] [power] divine by
99. Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty by Bishop Reginald Heber, 1827
100. Holy Spirit, faithful Guide by Marcus M. Wells
101. Holy Spirit from on high by
102. Hosanna, loud hosanna, The little [joyful] children sang by
103. Hover O'Er Me, Holy Spirit by John R. Sweney
104. How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord by
105. How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds by Thomas Hastings
106. In his courts by
107. I am amazed that God could ever love me by
108. I am happy in the service of the King by Bentley D. Ackley
109. I am resolved no longer to linger by James H. Fillmore
110. I Am Thine, O Lord by Frances (Fanny) Jane Crosby
111. I can hear my Savior calling by John S. Norris
112. In the Garden by C. Austin Miles (1912)
113. I do not know, why [how] oft round me by
114. I gave my life for thee by
115. Mother's prayers have followed me by
116. I have a friend who loveth me by
117. I'm praying for you by
118. I have a song I love to sing, since I by
119. I have found a deep peace that I never by
120. The glory of His presence by
121. I hear the Savior say, thy strength indeed is small by
122. I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest by
123. I Know Whom I Have Believed by James McGranahan
124. I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord by Aaron Williams
125. I love to tell the story of unseen things above by
126. I must needs go home by the way of the cross by Charles H. Gabriel
127. I must tell Jesus all of my trials by Elisha A. Hoffman
128. I need Jesus, my need I now confess by Charles H. Gabriel
129. I need thee every hour, most gracious Lord by
130. I serve a risen Savior by Alfred H. Ackley (1933)
131. I stand all amazed at the love by
132. My Savior's Love by Charles H. Gabriel (1905)
133. The star of Bethleham by
134. He's a wonderful Savior to me by
135. A New Name in Glory by C. Austin Miles
136. I was sinking deep in sin by Howard E. Smith
137. My Redeemer by
138. I will sing the wondrous story, of the Christ by
139. I with thee would begin by
140. I would be true, for there are those by
141. I would love to tell you what I think of Jesus by
142. If I Gained The World by
143. If I have wounded any soul today by
144. Win them one by one by
145. Let Jesus Come Into Your Heart by Leila Naylor Morris
146. I'll cling to the cross of my Savior by
147. I'll Tell to All That God is Love by Author Unknown
148. I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger, I can tarry by
149. I'm on the rock, Hallelujah by
150. Higher Ground by Charles H. Gabriel
151. In Christ There Is No East Or West by John Oxenham, 1908
152. He Lifted Me by Charles H. Gabriel (1905)
153. God Leads Us Along by G. A. Young
154. In sorrow I wandered by
155. In the cross of Christ I glory, towering by
156. In the hour of trial by Spencer Lane (1879)
157. Is your life a channel of blessing by
158. It Came upon the Midnight Clear by Richard Storrs Willis (1850)
159. It may not be on the mountain [mountain's] height, Or over the stormy sea by
160. It was alone the Savior prayed in dark Gethsemene by
161. I've found a Friend, O, such a Friend by
162. I've found a refuge where none can molest by
163. Ashamed of Jesus by
164. Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult by
165. Jesus, I am coming home today by
166. Jesus, I my cross have taken, all to leave by
167. Jesus is all the world to me, My life by
168. Jesus is tenderly calling thee home by
169. Near the cross by William H. Doane (1869)
170. Jesus, Lover [Savior] of my soul, Let me to thy bosom [refuge] fly by
171. Is it the crowning day by
172. Now I Belong To Jesus by Norman J. Clayton
173. Jesus, Rose of Sharon by
174. Jesus Savior, Pilot Me by John E. Gould (1871)
175. Jesus shall reign where'er the sun by John Hatton, d. 1793
176. Jesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You] by
177. Joy to the world! by George Frederick Handel (1742)
178. Holy quietness by
179. Where the gates swing outward never by
180. Just as I am, thine own to be by
181. Just as I am, without one plea, But [Save] that thy blood by
182. Just when I need Him, Jesus is near by
183. Keep on praying when the skies are gray by
184. Lead Me to Calvary by William J. Kirkpatrick
185. Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace by Author Unknown
186. Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom by
187. Lead On O King Eternal by Ernest Warburton Shurtleff
188. Living for Jesus a life that is true by C. Harold Lowden (1915)
189. Look all around you find someone in need by
190. Look ye saints the sight is glorious by Thomas Kelly
191. Pentecostal Power by Charles H. Gabriel
192. Lord, Dismiss Us with Your Blessing by John Fawcett, Melody Sicilian
193. My prayer by
194. Lord, possess me now, I pray by
195. Lord, speak to me [us] that I may speak by
196. Love Divine, All Loves Excelling by Charles Wesley
197. Love divine, so great and wondrous by
198. Love led the Savior, in days long ago by
199. Christ Arose! by Robert Lowry (1874)
200. Majestic sweetness sits enthroned upon the Savior's brow by
201. Man of sorrow [sorrows], what a name by
202. Master, The Tempest Is Raging by
203. Battle hymn of the Republic by William Steffe
204. More about Jesus would I know by John R. Sweney (1887)
205. More like the Master I would ever be by Charles H. Gabriel
206. More Love to Thee, O Christ by William H. Doane
207. My country, 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty by
208. My faith looks up to thee by Lowell Mason, 1792-1872
209. Child of a King by
210. My Hope Is Built on Nothing Less by Edward Mote
211. My Jesus I Love Thee by William R. Featherston
212. My life, My Love I Give to Thee by C. R. Dunbar
213. My soul be on thy guard by
214. The haven of rest by Geo. D. Moore
215. My stubborn will at last hath yielded by
216. Nearer My God To Thee by Sarah Fuller Flower Adams & Edward Henry Bicke
217. New Every Morning Is The Love by John Keble and Samuel Webbe the elder
218. Not I, but Christ, be honored, loved, exalted by
219. Sometime we'll understand by
220. Now Thank We All Our God by Martin Rinkart, Music by Johann C ruger
221. Now the day is over Night is drawing by Sabine Baring-Gould
222. O beautiful for spacious skies by Samuel Augustus Ward, 1848-1903
223. O blessed peace, that in my heart is hidden by
224. O Come, All Ye Faithful by John Francis Wade
225. O could I speak the matchless worth by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1756-1791
227. O do not let the Word depart, and close thine eyes by
228. The wondrous name of Jesus by
229. O Father, hear my morning prayer by
230. O for a thousand tongues to sing my great [dear] Redeemer's praise by
231. [O] God, who madest [made the] earth and heaven [sky] by
232. O Happy Day That Fixed My Choice by William McDonald
233. Holy Savior by
234. O how sweet the glorious message by
235. O Jesu [Jesus], thou art standing by
236. O Jesus, I Have Promised by John Ernest Bode
237. What did he do by
238. O Little Town of Bethlehem by Phillips Brooks, Lewis H. Redner
239. O Love that wilt [will] not let me go by
240. O Master, Let Me Walk With Thee by H. Percy Smith, Washington Gladden
241. The Cleansing Wave by
242. O God Our Help In Ages Past by Isaac Watts, William Croft, Tommy Walker
243. O Sacred Head now [once] [sore] wounded [surrounded] by
244. The Star Spangled Banner by Acappella America
245. O Spread The Tidings 'Round by William J. Kirkpatrick
246. O Thou God of my salvation by Daniel B. Towner
247. O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight by
248. O weary soul, the gate is near, in sin why still abide by
249. O Word of God incarnate by
250. O Worship the King, All Glorious Above by William Kethe, William Gardiner, Robert H. Grant
251. O Zion [Sion], haste, thy mission high fulfilling by
252. The Old Rugged Cross by George Bennard
253. On Calvary's brow there was planted a cross by
254. On Jordan's stormy [rugged] banks I stand, And cast a wishful eye by
255. Once by the sin of the world by
256. Once to Every Man and Nation by John Zundel
257. One day when heaven was filled with his praises by Charles H. Marsh
258. One sat alone beside the highway begging by
259. Onward Christian Soldiers by Arthur S. Sullivan
260. Open my [mine] eyes that I may see Glimpses of truth by
261. God's mighty wonders by
262. Out Of My Bondage, Sorrow And Night by George C. Stebbins
263. Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior by William H. Doane
264. Praise him, praise him, Jesus, our blessed Redeemer by
265. Praise to God, immortal praise by Author Unknown
266. Pray on, O soul of mine, pray on this night by
267. The golden key by
268. Prayer is the soul's [heart's] [saint's] sincere desire by
269. Precious Lord, take my hand by George N. Allen
270. Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart by Arthur H. Messiter
271. Rescue the perishing, care for the dying by William H. Doane
272. A revival hymn by
273. Ride On! Ride On in Majesty! by John B. Dykes
274. Ring out the old, ring in the new by J. Baptiste Calkin
275. Rise up, O men [man] [youth] of God by
276. Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee by
277. Safely through another week by Lowell Mason (1824; alt. 1990)
278. Savior again to Thy dear name we raise by
279. Savior Breathe An Evening by George C. Stebbins (1878)
280. Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us by William B. Bradbury
281. Savior, more than life to me, I am clinging by
282. Savior, Thy dying love Thou gavest me by Robert Lowry (1871)
283. Beautiful river by
284. Silent Night! Holy Night! by Franz Gruber (1818)
285. Trusting Jesus, that is all by
286. Sing me a song of Jesus by
287. Sing the clouds away by
288. Sing the wondrous love of Jesus, sing his mercy by
289. Wonderful Words of Life by Philip P. Bliss
290. Christ Receiveth Sinful Men by James McGranahan
291. Sitting at the feet of Jesus, O what words by
292. He Is So Precious to Me by Charles H. Gabriel
293. Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling by Will Lamartine Thompson & James Calvin Bushey
294. Softly now the light of day by Carl Maria von Weber (1826; arr.)
295. Some glorious morning sorrow will cease by Carl A. Blackmore
296. Somebody cares by
297. When I kneel down to pray by B. D. Ackley
298. Sometimes, the shadows gather by
299. Sound the Battle Cry by
300. Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness by George A. Minor
301. Speed away, speed away on your mission of light by
302. Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus by George Duffield
303. Standing on the promises of Christ our King by
304. Still, still with thee, when purple morning breaketh by
305. Sun of My soul, Thou Savior Dear by John Keble
306. Sweet Hour of Prayer by William W. Walford
307. Take My Life and Let It Be by Frances Ridley Havergal
308. Take the name of Jesus with you, child of sorrow by
309. Take Time To Be Holy by George C. Stebbins
310. Tell me the story of Jesus, write on my heart by
311. Tell the world that Jesus saves by
312. Thanks to God for My Redeemer by John A. Hultman (1910)
313. The Church's one foundation is Jesus Christ her Lord by Samuel John Stone
314. Hallelujah for the cross by
315. The day of resurrection! Earth tell it out abroad by
316. The First Noel by Traditional English Carol
317. The great Physician now is near by William Hunter & Richard Kempenfelt
318. The hope of the world is Jesus by
319. The King of love my Shepherd is Whose by Henry Williams Baker
320. The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know by
321. The Lord is risen indeed by Thomas Kelly, 1802
322. A Shelter in the Time of Storm by Ira D. Sankey (1885)
323. The love of God is greater far by Frederick Martin Lehman
324. The morning light is breaking; the darkness disappears by
325. The name of Jesus is so sweet by William Clark Martin
326. The night was dark without the guide by
327. The strife is o'er the battle done by
328. The light of the world by
329. The Word and promise which God has given by
330. Sweet Peace, The Gift of God's Love by Peter P. Bilhorn
331. There have been names that I have loved to hear by Lela B. Long
332. There Is a Fountain Filled with Blood by
333. There is a gate stands open wide [that stands ajar] by
334. There is a green hill far away, Without a city wall by
335. Near to the Heart of God by Cleland B. McAfee
336. There is a Shepherd who cares for his own by
337. Joy in serving Jesus by
338. There is never a day so dreary, There is never a night so logn by
339. Sunshine in the soul by
340. There shall be showers of blessing, this is the [God's] promise by
341. There's a call comes ringing o'er the restless wave by
342. The Beautiful Garden Of Prayer by James H. Fillmore
343. There's a great day coming, a great day coming by
344. Have you counted the cost by
345. The Banner of the Cross by James McGranahan
346. There's a Wideness in God's Mercy by Frederick William Faber & Johann Ludwig Steiner
347. This is my Father's world, And to my list'ning ears by
348. Thou art the King of Isr'l, Thou David's royal Son by
349. Thou my everlasting portion by
350. Thou tender, gracious Father by
351. My Lord and God by
352. Thy word is like a garden, Lord by Gottfried W. Fink
353. Thy word, O Lord, is my delight by
354. 'Tis Midnight! and on Olive's Brow by William B. Bradbury (1853)
355. 'Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus by Lou­i­sa M. R. Stead, 1882
356. 'Tis the blessed hour of prayer by William H. Doane
357. Still Sweeter Every Day by
358. True Hearted, Whole Hearted by
359. Upon a wide and stormy sea, Thou art [Thou'rt] sailing by
360. Walk in the light, so shalt thou [and you shall] know by
361. Walking in sunlight all of my journey by George H. Cook
362. Watchman, tell us of the night by Joseph Parry, 1841-1903
363. We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing by
364. We have heard a joyful sound by
365. We may not climb the heavenly steeps by
366. We plough [plow] the fields and scatter by
367. Revive Us Again by John J. Husband
368. Day of Christ by
369. We've A Story To Tell To The Nations by H. Ernest Nichol (1896)
370. Leaning on the Everlasting Arms by Anthony J. Showalter
371. What A Friend We Have In Jesus by Charles C. Converse
372. What a wonderful change in my life has been by
373. Nothing But The Blood by Robert Lowry (1826-1899)
374. When all my labors and trials are o'er by
375. Good night and good morning by
376. Shall there be light by
377. Jesus took my burden by
378. When I shall come to the end of my way by
379. When I Survey The Wondrous Cross by Lowell Mason
380. Will Jesus Find Us Watching? by
381. When morning gilds the skies My heart by Katholisches Gesangbuch tr/ad by Edward Caswall &a
382. When my heart is filled with sorrow by
383. My Savior First of All by John R. Sweney
384. Jesus our helmsman by
385. When peace like a river attendeth my way by Horatio Gates Spafford
386. When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound by James Milton Black
387. When we walk with the Lord by John Henry Sammis
388. When you know Jesus, too by
389. Where cross the crowded ways of life by Frank Mason North
390. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Nahum Tate
391. Why Not Now? by
392. Who will open mercy's door by
393. Whosoever Heareth, Shout, Shout the Sound! by Philip P. Bliss
394. Why do you wait, dear brother by George F. Root
395. With God and his friendship by
396. Wonderful Birth, to a manger he by
397. Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours by Anna Louisa Walker Coghill & Basil Jr. Manly t
398. There is power in the blood by Lewis E. Jones
399. His way with thee by
400. Yield not to temptation for yielding is by Horatio Richmond Palmer
401. You have longed [looked] for sweet peace by