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O thou tender Shepherd

Author: John H. Stockton; J. H. Stockton Hymnal: G1878 #d113 (1878) Person Name: John H. Stockton First Line: Tender Shepherd, help me

Knocking, knocking, who is there, waiting, waiting

Author: Harriet B. Stowe, 1812-1896; Harriet Beecher Stowe Hymnal: G1878 #d67 (1878) Person Name: Harriet B. Stowe, 1812-1896

From every stormy wind [sense] that blows

Author: Hugh Stowell Hymnal: G1878 #d27 (1878) Person Name: Hugh Stowell

I am waiting for thy footsteps

Author: John R. Sweney Hymnal: G1878 #d40 (1878) Person Name: John R. Sweney First Line: I am waiting, O my Father

Mighty to save

Author: Robert W. Todd Hymnal: G1878 #d92 (1878) Person Name: Robert W. Todd First Line: O who is this that cometh from Edom

Rock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee

Author: Augustus M. Toplady, 1740-1778 Hymnal: G1878 #d99 (1878) Person Name: Augustus M. Toplady, 1740-1778

Flow onward forever

Author: Mattie Torrey Hymnal: G1878 #d93 (1878) Person Name: Mattie Torrey First Line: O wonderful river

Storm the fort, for I am leading

Author: J. B. Vinton Hymnal: G1878 #d36 (1878) Person Name: J. B. Vinton First Line: Ho, my comrades, see the signal Jesus waves on high

Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer

Author: William W. Walford Hymnal: G1878 #d112 (1878) Person Name: William W. Walford

Help me, dear Savior, thee to own

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: G1878 #d5 (1878) Person Name: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 First Line: Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?

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