Golden Bells

Editor: Homer A. Rodeheaver
Music Editor: Chas. H. Gabriel
Publisher: The Rodeheaver Company, Chicago, Ill., 1923
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1Come, Thou Almighty King[Come, Thou Almighty King] (Giardini)
2When we meet together on the other shore [When we meet together on the other shore] (Gabriel)
3I must tell Jesus all of my trials[I must tell Jesus all of my trials] (Hoffman)
4In loving kindness Jesus came[In loving kindness Jesus came] (Gabriel)
5There's a land beyond the river[There's a land beyond the river] (De Marbelle)
6When all my labors and trials are o'er[When all my labors and trials are o'er] (Gabriel)
7In sorrow I wandered, my spirit opprest[In sorrow I wandered, my spirit opprest] (Ackley)
8Jesus, Rose of Sharon, bloom within my heart[Jesus, Rose of Sharon, bloom within my heart] (Gabriel)
9On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross[On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross] (Bennard)
10There are sunlit hills above me[There are sunlit hills above me] (Matthews)
11More about Jesus I would know[More about Jesus I would know] (Sweney)
12What a wonderful change in my life has been wrought[What a wonderful change in my life] (Gabriel)
13I will sing you a song of that beautiful land[I will sing you a song of that beautiful land] (Phillips)
14I have a Savior who lightens my way[I have a Savior who lightens my way] (Hagan)
15Walk Thou with me, nor let my footsteps stray[Walk Thou with me, nor let my footsteps stray] (Rodeheaver)
16I am happy in Jesus as homeward I go[I am happy in Jesus as homeward I go] (Gabriel)
17Sing them over again to me[Sing them over again to me] (Bliss)
18'Tis so sweet just to know that along the way['Tis so sweet just to know] (McCown)
19There's a dream that I dream, of my Savior divine[There's a dream that I dream] (Gabriel)
20Of Jesus' love that sought me[Of Jesus' love that sought me] (Morris)
21A Friend who's knocking at thy heart's door[A Friend who's knocking at thy heart's door] (Leech)
22O they tell me of a home far beyond the skiesO they tell me of a home far beyond the skies] (Alwood)
23Jesus may come today, Glad day, Glad day![Jesus may come today] (Marsh)
24I come to the garden alone[I come to the garden alone] (Miles)
25Just a few more days to be filled with praise[Just a few more days to be filled with praise] (Gabriel)
26I was a sinner! no hope could I see[I was a sinner! no hope could I see] (Gabriel)
27When I come to the end of the long, long road[When I come to the end of the long, long road] (Roth)
28When comes to the weary a blessed release[When comes to the weary a blessed release] (Rodeheaver)
29Tell me the story of Jesus[Tell me the story of Jesus] (Sweney)
30There's a land where the birds are ever singing[There's a land where the birds are ever singing] (Ackley)
31'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus['Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus] (Kirkpatrick)
32O love that will not let me go[O love that will not let me go] (Herbert)
33I walked one day along a country road[I walked one day along a country road] (Ackley)
34Are you on the Border Land? On the Border Land?[Are you on the Border Land?] (Matthews)
35I'm a pilgrim and I'm a stranger[I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a stranger] (Herbert)
36Dear Lord, take up the tangled strands[Dear Lord, take up the tangled strands] (Ackley)
37I've reached the land of corn and wine[I've reached the land of corn and wine] (Sweney)
38When my life work is ended, and I cross the swelling tide[When my life work is ended] (Sweney)
39Rescue the perishing, Care for the dying[Rescue the perishing] (Doane)
40I was sinking deep in sin[I was sinking deep in sin] (Smith)
41Tho' your heart may be heavy with sorrow and care[Tho' your heart may be heavy with sorrow] (Gabriel)
42Far away the noise of strife upon my ear is falling[Far away the noise of strife upon my ear] (Miles)
43She only touch'd the hem of His garment[She only touched the hem of His garment] (Root)
44When the beauties of the Homeland[When the beauties of the Homeland] (Gabriel)
45O listen to our wondrous story[O listen to our wondrous story] (Owen)
46Do not wait until some deed of greatness you may do[Do not wait until some deed of greatness] (Gabriel)
47I shall be ready to welcome the Savior[I shall be ready to welcome the Savior] (Ackley)
48Wondrous their mystery, glorious their history[Wondrous their mystery, glorious] (Jordon)
49O thank the Lord, the Lord of love[O thank the Lord, the Lord of love] (Herbert)
50I trust in God wherever I may be[I trust in God wherever I may be] (Gabriel)
51What a Friend we have in Jesus[What a Friend we have in Jesus] (Converse)
52If the dark shadows gather[If the dark shadows gather] (Ackley)
53Jesus, my Lord, Thy voice I hear[Jesus, my Lord, Thy voice I hear] (Gabriel)
54Since I lost my sins and I found my Savior[Since I lost my sins and I found my Savior] (Gabriel)
55Would you be free from your burden of sin?[Would you be free from your burden of sin] (Jones)
56I was once a sinner, but I came[I was once a sinner, but I came] (Miles)
57Jesus, keep me near the Cross![Jesus, keep me near the Cross] (Doane)
58I know not why God's wondrous grace[I know not why God's wondrous grace] (McGranahan)
59Somebody knows when your heart aches[Somebody knows when your heart aches] (Rodeheaver)
60Jesus, Lover of my soulABERYSTWYTH
61When we walk with the Lord In the light of His Word[When we walk with the Lord] (Towner)
62Drifting carelessly with the tide[Drifting carelessly with the tide] (Ackley)
63Be not weary or cast down[Be not weary or cast down] (Gabriel)
64There's a clear fountain flowing[There's a clear fountain flowing]
65Come, we that love the Lord[Come, we that love the Lord] (Lowry
66One day when heaven was fill'd with His praises[One day when heaven was filled with His praises] (Marsh)
67Sing the wondrous love of Jesus[Sing the wondrous love of Jesus] (Wilson)
68Wonderful pow'r of my wonderful King![Wonderful pow'r of my wonderful King!] (Gabriel)
69I grieved my Lord from day to day[I grieved my Lord from day to day] (Ackley)
70Jesus my Savior came to save me[Jesus my Savior came to save me] (Bright)
71I stand amazed in the presence[I stand amazed in the presence] (Gabriel)
72I have a Savior, He's pleading in glory[I have a Savior, He's pleading in glory] (Sankey)
73On Jordan's stormy banks I stand[On Jordan's stormy banks I stand] (Dunham)
74There is only one way of salvation[There is only one way of salvation] (Gabriel)
75I shall see the King Where the angels sing[I shall see the King] (Ackley)
76How tedious and tasteless the hours[How tedious and tasteless the hours]
77Faith of our fathers! living still [Faith of our fathers! living still] (Walton)
78Just as I am, without one plea[Just as I am, without one plea] (Bradbury)
79Lord, as of old at Pentecost[Lord, as of old at Pentecost] (Gabriel)
80Be not dismayed whate'er betide[Be not dismayed whate'er betide] (Martin)
81My faith looks up to Thee[My faith looks up to Thee] (Mason)
82Rock of Ages, cleft for me[Rock of Ages, cleft for me] (Hastings)
83Jesus is tenderly calling thee home[Jesus is tenderly calling thee home] (Stebbins)
84I am resolved no longer to linger[I am resolved no longer to linger] (Fillmore)
85Still undecided, tho' close to life's gate[Still undecided, tho' close to life's gate] (Gabriel)
86Pass me not, O gentle Savior[Pass me not, O gentle Savior] (Doane)
87I can hear my Savior calling[I can hear my Savior calling] (Norris)
88While we pray, and while we plead[While we pray, and while we plead] (Case)
89I've wandered far away from God[I've wandered far away from God] (Kirkpatrick)
90Come to Jesus, come to Jesus[Come to Jesus, come to Jesus]
91Jesus, I am coming home today[Jesus I am coming home today] (Ackley)
92He is knocking, softly knocking at the door[He is knocking, softly knocking at the door] (Ackley)
93Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling[Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling] (Thompson)
94While Jesus whispers to you[While Jesus whispers to you] (Palmer)
95"Almost persuaded" now to believe[Almost persuaded now to believe] (Bliss)
96My life, my love I give to Thee[My life, my love I give to Thee] (Dunbar)
97I am so glad that our Father in heav'n[I am so glad that our Father in heav'n] (Bliss)
98No warm, downy pillow His sweet head pressed[No warm, downy pillow] (Gabriel)
99Who wants to travel to Tree Top Land?[Who wants to travel to Tree Top Land] (Ackley)
100When love is spelt with letters[When love is spelt with letters] (Gabriel)

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