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Jesus Has Died for Me

Author: A. H. A. Hymnal: Corn In Egypt #162 (1900) Person Name: A. H. A. First Line: O to be there, where the songs of glory Languages: English Tune Title: [O to be there, where the songs of glory]
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Jesus Has Died for Me

Author: A. H. A. Hymnal: Church and Sunday School Hymnal with Supplement #239 (1902) Person Name: A. H. A. First Line: O to be there, where the songs of glory Languages: English Tune Title: [O to be there, where the songs of glory]
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Oh, we love, love to sing

Author: A. J. F. Hymnal: The Shining River #110 (1875) Person Name: A. J. F. First Line: Oh, we love to sing of heaven
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The Children's Day

Author: A. K. W. Hymnal: Exalted Praise, a New Collection of Hymns and Tunes #27 (1882) Person Name: A. K. W. First Line: This day the sound upon the street Languages: English Tune Title: [This day the sound upon the street]
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The Children's Day

Author: A. K. W. Hymnal: Spicy Breezes #150 (1883) Person Name: A. K. W. First Line: This day the sound upon the street
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Children's Sunday

Author: A. K. W. Hymnal: Heart and Voice #270 (1910) Person Name: A. K. W. First Line: This day the sound upon the street Languages: English Tune Title: [This day the sound upon the street]
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Waiting, waiting, to be summon'd

Author: A. L. C. Hymnal: Gates Ajar #44 (1885) Person Name: A. L. C. First Line: Waiting, only waiting till the shadows longer grow Languages: English
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Waiting, waiting

Author: A. L. C. Hymnal: Songs of Love and Praise (for Sabbath-Schools, Prayer-Meetings, and Family Circle) #175 (1884) Person Name: A. L. C. First Line: Waiting, only waiting till the shadows longer grow Languages: English
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Glory To God! We Were In Bitter Need

Author: A. M. M. Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #10691 Meter: 10.10.10.10.10.10 Person Name: A. M. M. Lyrics: 1 Glory to God! We were in bitter need, We sat in darkness long and weary days; But now our light is come, the Light indeed, And we may rise and shine with kindred rays; The God-Man comes down so we can now ascend, The Guiltless drinks guilt’s woes to work their end. 2 O mystic gift of God Omnipotent! O happiness for man, most deep, most dear! This is no theme for subtle argument, No lore of earth hath lot or portion here; That the Great God should so abasèd be— We speak, we cannot search, the mystery. 3 The dew of God is on the parchèd fleece, The sapless rod blooms with immortal flowers, The virgin bears a Son, our utter peace, Nor knows pollution in her travail’s hours; We cannot speak that birth, but we confess Most great the mystery of godliness. 4 Though it may chance the shipmen toil and row, With countless wrecks far strewn on either hand, They see a star above the waters glow, There is an ark which sights the pleasant land; There is a door of life set wide, which none Can open to lorn souls, can shut, save One. 5 O not with observation came He then Into our world, but soon the day shall be When with great glory He shall come again With all His saints, and every eye shall see Him whom they piercèd. When we meet Thee thus Let there be mercy, O our God, on us. Languages: English Tune Title: YORKSHIRE
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Come, Praise the Lord

Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 5 #131 (1887) Person Name: A. Mc.G. First Line: Come, praise the Lord, exalt His name Lyrics: 1 Come, praise the Lord, exalt His name, Our Saviour and our King; ‘Tis meet we should His praise proclaim, And hallelujah sing. 2 How great, how precious is His name How poor the praise we bring; His people still should own His claim, And hallelujah sing. 3 A day will come, its dawn we greet, When heav’n itself shall ring, And all the saints with joy shall meet, And hallelujah sing. Languages: English Tune Title: [Come, praise the Lord, exalt His name]

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