The Saints' Harp

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d901Thou, true and only God, leadest forth
d902Thou who at Cana's wedding feast
d903Thou, who canst guide the wandering star
d904Thou who dost my life prolong
d905Thou who rollest the year around
d906Though clouds of sickness dim thy sky
d907Though grievous and dark is the night
d908Though men may lay beneath the ground
d909Though outward trials throng your way
d910Though Satan will be bound
d911Though trouble assail us, and dangers affright
d912Three lessons I would truly teach
d913Through all the lofty sky
d914Through every strange and shifting scene
d915Through the furnace, through the heat
d916Through the love of God [Christ] [Jesus] our Father [Savior]
d917Thus was the great Redeemer plunged
d918Thy beautiful garments, O Zion, assume
d919Thy broken body, gracious Lord, is shadowed
d920Thy chosen temple, Lord, how fair
d921Thy name, Almighty Lord [God], shall sound
d922Thy parent hand, thy forming skill
d923Thy path, like most by mortals trod
d924Thy promise, Lord, is now secured
d925Thy throne eternal ages stood
d926Thy ways, O Lord [God] with wise design
d927Till he come, O let the words
d928Times without number have I prayed
d929Tired with the burdens of the day
d930'Tis a glorious thing to be
d931'Tis by the faith of joys to come
d932'Tis faith prepares our hearts to see
d933'Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow
d934'Tis sweet indeed, at break of day
d935To God the only wise, who keeps us by his word
d936To God your every want in instant prayer
d937To him that [who] made the world
d938To him who children blessed [blest], and suffered them to come
d939To him who reigns [rules] on high
d940To leave my dear friends, and with [from] my neighbors [kindred] to depart
d941To praise the [thee] ever bounteous [beauteous] Lord
d942To the gathering past our years
d943To thee, my God, my days are known
d944To thee, O God in heaven, this little one we bring
d945To thy temple we repair
d946To us a Child of hope is born
d947Triumphant Zion, lift thy head
d948Truth is mighty, who can stay it
d949Truth reflects upon our senses
d950'Twas by an order from the Lord
d951'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d952'Twas on that night, when doomed to know [die]
d953'Twas the commission of our [the] Lord
d954'Twas the day when God's Anointed
d955'Twill be a land of pure delight
d956Type [types] of eternal rest, fair bud [buds] of bliss
d957Unconscious now in mother earth
d958Under the canopy of heaven
d959Under the Savior's reign
d960Unmoved by fear my praise is due to thee
d961Unto our God on Judah's hills
d962Unto the high and mighty Lord we lift our morning strain of praise
d963Unvail [Unveil] thy bosom, faithful tomb
d964Unworthy to be called thy son
d965Upon the gospel's sacred page
d966Upon the throne in majesty
d967Upon this theme my mind would dwell
d968Vital spark of heavenly flame
d969Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping
d970Wake the song of jubilee
d971Waked from my bed of slumber sweet
d972Watchman, tell me, does the morning
d973Watchman, tell us of the night
d974Watchman, who are these I see
d975We are wandering here as strangers
d976We as the living witnesses Declare the word to you
d977We bid thee welcome in the name of Jesus, our exalted
d978We bless thee for this sacred day
d979We bless thee, Lord, that we have met
d980We come, our hearts with gladness glowing
d981We come with joy the truth to teach you
d982We dedicate to thee this house we have
d983We have heard from the [that] bright [and] the [that] better [holy] land
d984We hear thy voice, our Father
d985We know the time is near at hand
d986We lift our hearts to thee, O [Our] [Thou] Day-Star
d987We meet with one accord
d988We shall greet them at home
d989We shall in the spirit wait
d990We take these children in our arms
d991We thank the Lord for grace and gifts
d992We thank thee, God of all the earth
d993We thank thee, O God, for a prophet
d994Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred rest
d995Welcome, from beneath the wave
d996Welcome, hour of solemn meeting
d997Well doth a summer leaf explain
d998Well may thy servants mourn, my Lord
d999What equal honors shall we bring
d1000What gloriouw news is this I hear

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