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Author: John Newton Hymnal: A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors. #A69 (1826) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Hymns from the Best Authors. Languages: English

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Author: John Newton Hymnal: Family Hymns #d222 (1831) Hymnal Title: Family Hymns Languages: English
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Hymnal: Hymns #770 (1842) Hymnal Title: Hymns Languages: English
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Author: John Newton Hymnal: The Baptist Hymn Book #531 (1859) Hymnal Title: The Baptist Hymn Book
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Author: John Newton Hymnal: The Cluster of Spiritual Songs, Divine Hymns and Sacred Poems #DLXVIII (1823) Hymnal Title: The Cluster of Spiritual Songs, Divine Hymns and Sacred Poems
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Author: John Newton Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #6398 Meter: 6.6.6.6.6.8 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. Supported by the Word, Though in himself a worm, The servant of the Lord Can wondrous acts perform: Without dismay he boldly treads Where’er the path of duty leads. 2. The haughty king in vain, With fury on his brow, Believers would constrain To golden gods to bow: The furnace could not make them fear, Because they knew the Lord was near. 3. As vain was the decree Which charged them not to pray; Daniel still bowed his knee, And worshiped thrice a day: Trusting in God, he feared not men, Though threatened with the lion’s den. 4. Secure they might refuse Compliance with such laws, For what had they to lose, When God espoused their cause? He made the hungry lions crouch, Nor durst the fire His children touch. 5. The Lord is still the same, A mighty shield and tow’r, And they who trust His name Are guarded by His pow’r: He can the rage of lions tame, And bear them harmless through the flame. 6. Yet we too often shrink When trials are in view; Expecting we must sink, And never can get through. But could we once believe indeed, From all these fears we should be freed. Languages: English Tune Title: BEVAN
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Hymnal: The Harp #5 (1840) Hymnal Title: The Harp

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Author: John Newton Hymnal: The Primitive Hymns #d524 (1858) Hymnal Title: The Primitive Hymns

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