The Gospel Hymn Book
Published by The Northern Publishing Office U.K. Ltd. in 1897.
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712 old-time classic gospel hymns
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"Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again" John 3:7.
G od so loved the world that He gave His
O nly begotten
S on, that whosoever believeth in Him should not
P erish, but have
L ife - John 3:16.
"Whoso offereth praise glorifieth Me." Ps. 50:23.
The following abbreviations at the top of the Hymns refer to the Tune Books in which the tune suggested as suitable will be found:-
S.S.- Songs and Solos (1200 Edition), Messrs. Morgan & Scott.
S.S.(888) - Songs and Solos (888 or 750 Edition), Messrs. Morgan & Scott.
N.H.& S.- New Hymns and Solos, Messrs. Morgan & Scott.
S.G.- Songs of the Gospel, Messrs. Morgan & Scott. c.c.- Christian Choir, Messrs. Morgan & Scott.
E.H.B.- Evangelistic Hymn Book, John Ritchie Ltd.
B.H.B.- Believer's Hymn Book, Messrs. Pickering & Inglis.
R.S.- Redemption Songs, Messrs. Pickering & Inglis.
S.V.- Songs of Victory, Messrs. Pickering & Inglis.
Old S.V.- Earlier Edition of Songs of Victory.
A.H.B.- Alexander Hymn Book, Marshall Brothers Limited.
P.S.H.- Popular Sacred Harmonies, Tubbs & Co., Manchester.
G.S.- Gospel Songs, John Bateman, London.
C.S.- Celestial Songs, Oliphants Ltd., London.
May the Lord be graciously pleased to use this little book to the blessing of sinners and the edification of saints, for Jesus sake!
Belfast, January 1897.