The Victory

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d401'Tis religion that can give sweetest pleasures
d402To God I lift mine eyes, From him is all mine aid
d403To God, in whom I trust, I lift my heart and voice
d404To God the only wise, our Savior and our King
d405To Jesus our exalted Lord, dear [that] [the] name by heaven and earth adored
d406To Jesus, the crown of my [our] hope
d407To our Almighty Maker, God, new honors be addressed
d408To the hills I lift my eyes
d409To thee be glory in the coming years
d410To thee, before the dawning light
d411To thee, my righteous King and Lord
d412To thee, O God, in grateful praise
d413To thy pastures fair and large
d414Today the Savior calls, ye wanderers come
d415'Twas in the watches of the night
d416Up to the field [fields] where angels lie [sing]
d417Vain, delusive world, adieu
d418Vital spark of heavenly flame
d419Water is best for the trees of the forest
d420We all, O Lord, have gone astray
d421We are bought with a price by the Lamb that was slain
d422We hail thee, we hail thee, we hail thee
d423We shall meet beyond the river, bye and bye
d424We sing the Savior's love
d425Weary sinner, keep thine eyes
d426Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred rest
d427Welcome home, beloved pastor
d428Welcome, sweet day of rest
d429Welcome to spring
d430What glory gilds the sacred page
d431What shall we do, for the desert is lonely
d432What sinners value, I resign
d433When all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]
d434When, as returns this [the] solemn day
d435When gracious Lord, when shall it be
d436When musing sorrow weeps [mourns] the past
d437When pleasure crowns the festive scene
d438When power divine in mortal form hushed
d439When shall I gain the glorious dress
d440When sins and fears prevailing rise
d441When the clouds are gathering over thee
d442When we, our wearied [weary] limbs to rest
d443While life prolongs its precious light
d444While my Redeemer's near
d445While with ceaseless [careless] course the sun
d446Who are these [those] in bright [fair] array
d447Who can forbear to sing
d448Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friends
d449Why droops my soul [our souls] with grief [guilt] [sin] oppressed
d450Why is my heart so far from thee
d451Why should our tears in sorrow flow
d452Why will ye [you] waste on trifling cares
d453With cheerful songs, eternal King
d454With glory clad, with strength arrayed
d455With grateful hearts, with joyful tongues
d456With joy we hail the sacred day
d457With joy we lift our eyes To thee bright realms above
d458With reverence let the [should thy] saints appear
d459With the rosy light of morning
d460Worship and thanks and blessing
d461Wretched, helpless, and distressed
d462Ye Christian heroes [heralds], go proclaim
d463Ye golden lamps of heaven, farewell [adieu]
d464Ye heralds of the risen Christ, go forth
d465Ye servant [servants] of the Lord, Each in his [your] office waits
d466Ye simple souls [ones] that [who] stray
d467Ye sons of men, with joy record
d468Ye trembling souls, dismiss your fears
d469Ye [You] servants of God [Christ] your Master proclaim
d470Young men and maidens, raise
d471Zephyrs soft their fragrance
d472Zion, dreary and in anguish
d473Zion [Sion] stands by [with] hills surrounded
d474Zion's God is all our own

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