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Author: Mrs. C. D. Martin Hymnal: The Blessed Way #98 (1925) Tune Title: [Why murmur, when trouble you meet on the way?] First Line: Why murmur, when trouble you meet on the way? Refrain First Line: Look upward to the Lord, who is living on high Languages: English
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Why, my soul, thus trembling ever?

Author: P. Gerhardt Hymnal: The Lutheran Hymnary #342 (1913) Meter: 8.3.3.6.8.8.3.3.6 Tune Title: [Why, my soul, thus trembling ever?] Lyrics: 1 Why, my soul, thus trembling ever? Have no fear; Christ is near; Naught from thee can sever. Heaven is thine, and Christ shall own thee: Faithful be Until He Shall with triumph crown thee. 2 Painful cross if He should send me, Shall I faint With complaint, Lest the grief should end me? He hath borne the cross before me: Soon no pain Shall remain, Only peace be o'er me. 3 Hopeful, cheerful, and undaunted, Everywhere They appear Who in Christ are planted: Death itself cannot appall them: They rejoice When the voice Of their Lord doth call them. 4 Death cannot destroy forever: From our fears, Cares and tears, Soon shall it deliver. Doors of grief and gloom it closes, While the soul, Free and whole, With the saints reposes. 5 Lord, my Shepherd, take me to Thee! I am Thine. Thou art mine, Even ere I knew Thee. I am Thine, for Thou hast bought me: Lost I stood, But Thy blood Free salvation brought me. 6 Thou art mine, and, for my guiding, Be Thy bright Shining light In my heart abiding! Savior dear! let me, attaining To Thy side, There abide, With Thee ever reigning! Topics: The Church Year First Sunday after Easter; The Church Year First Sunday after Easter; Cross and Comfort
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Why 'neath the load of your sins do ye toil?

Hymnal: Messages of Love Hymn Book #112 (1920) Tune Title: [Why 'neath the load of your sins do ye toil?] Languages: English
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He Knoweth the Way

Author: John R. Clements Hymnal: The Master's Call #32 (1901) Tune Title: [Why need a doubt o'ercloud my day] First Line: Why need a doubt o'ercloud my day Refrain First Line: The sky may hang heavy Topics: Faith Languages: English
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Walking and Talking

Author: J. P. S. Hymnal: Glory Songs #101 (1916) Tune Title: [Why need I fear, with Christ so near?] First Line: Why need I fear, with Christ so near? Refrain First Line: Praises to him, I am walking with the Lord Languages: English
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The Simple Life

Author: Rev. Chas. T. Brooks Hymnal: Heart and Voice #113 (1910) Tune Title: [Why need I pine for stores of wealth] First Line: Why need I pine for stores of wealth Languages: English
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Our Father's on the Throne

Author: E. E. Hewitt Hymnal: Songs of Love and Praise No. 4 #125 (1897) Tune Title: [Why need we fret and worry] First Line: Why need we fret and worry Refrain First Line: Rejoice and sing, the Lord is King Lyrics: 1 Why need we fret and worry When earthly ills increase? The Lord hath made provision To give us “perfect peace.” His everlasting mercy In Jesus making known, We’ll sing when storms are raging, Our Father’s on the throne. Refrain: Rejoice and sing, the Lord is King, He careth for his own; His name is love who reigns above, Our Father’s on the throne. 2 Our hands could never manage The least of our affairs; But he who holds the lightnings Still counts our very hairs. Let Jesus lift our burdens, Our hearts on him be staid, For on his mighty shoulders The government is laid. [Refrain] 3 Beyond our little circle, Life’s narrow hopes and fears, The Master’s world-wide kingdom To loving eyes appears. His precious, blood-bought banner Shall float from zone to zone, Till his redeemed are gathered; Our Father’s on the throne. [Refrain]

Thou wouldst be saved, why not tonight?

Author: Mrs. Elizabeth Reed Hymnal: The Praise Hymnal #221 (1896) Tune Title: WHY NOT BE SAVED TONIGHT? First Line: Oh! do not let the Word depart Languages: English
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Why Not Believe?

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: Standard Hymns and Spiritual Songs #413 (1917) Tune Title: [Why not believe? Oh, hear the Spirit pleading] First Line: Why not believe? Oh, hear the Spirit pleading Refrain First Line: Look unto Him, who once for sinners died Languages: English
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Why Not Come at Once to Jesus?

Author: E. E. Hewitt Hymnal: Songs of Love and Praise #94 (1894) Tune Title: [Why not come at once to Jesus] First Line: Why not come at once to Jesus Languages: English

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