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Saviour, blessed Saviour

Author: G. Thring Hymnal: Common Praise #147 (1913) Hymnal Title: Common Praise Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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In thy love confiding

Author: Mary J. Walker Hymnal: Common Praise #424 (1913) Hymnal Title: Common Praise First Line: Jesus, I will trust Thee Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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Saviour, Blessed Saviour

Author: Rev. Godfrey Thring Hymnal: Hymns of Consecration and Faith #307 (1902) Hymnal Title: Hymns of Consecration and Faith First Line: Saviour, blessed Saviour, listen while we sing Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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Saviour, blessed Saviour, listen while we sing

Author: Godfrey Thring Hymnal: Hymns of the Kingdom of God #108 (1910) Hymnal Title: Hymns of the Kingdom of God Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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Teach us, Lord, thy wisdom

Author: Ebenezer S. Oakley Hymnal: Hymns of the United Church #348 (1916) Hymnal Title: Hymns of the United Church Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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All for Jesus

Author: Godfrey Thring Hymnal: Laudes Domini #321 (1890) Hymnal Title: Laudes Domini First Line: Saviour, blessed Saviour Lyrics: 1 Saviour, blessed Saviour, Listen while we sing, Hearts and voices raising Praises to our King. All we have we offer, All we hope to be, Body, soul, and spirit, All we yield to thee. 2 Great and ever greater Are thy mercies here, True and everlasting Are the glories there, Where no pain, or sorrow, Toil, or care, is known, Where the angel-legions Circle round thy throne. 3 Dark and ever darker Was the wintry past; Now a ray of gladness O'er our path is cast. Every day that passeth, Every hour that flies, Tells of love unfeigned, Love that never dies. 4 Clearer still and clearer Dawns the light from heaven, In our sadness bringing News of sin forgiven. Life has lost its shadows, Pure the light within; Thou hast shed thy radiance On a world of sin. Topics: Conflict With Sin; Backsliding; Christians Conflicts; Conflict With Sin; Backsliding; Christians Conflicts; Conflict With Sin Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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Saviour, blessed Saviour

Author: Godfrey Thring, 1823-1903 Hymnal: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book #92b (1917) Hymnal Title: Methodist Hymn and Tune Book Lyrics: 1 Saviour, blessed Saviour, Listen whilst we sing, Hearts and voices raising Praises to our King. All we have to offer, All we hope to be, Body, soul, and spirit, All we yield to Thee. 2 Nearer, ever nearer, Christ, we draw to Thee; Deep in adoration Bending low the knee; Thou for our redemption Cam'st on earth to die Thou, that we might follow, Hast gone up on high. 3 Great and ever greater Are Thy mercies here, True and everlasting Are the glories there, Where no pain or sorrow, Toil, or care, is known, Where the angel-legions Circle round Thy throne. 4 Clearer still and clearer Dawns the light from heaven, In our sadness bringing News of sin forgiven; Life has lost its shadows, Pure the light within; Thou hast shed Thy radiance On a world of sin. 5 Brighter still and brighter Glows the western sun, Shedding all its gladness O'er our work that's done; Time will soon be over, Toil and sorrow past; May we, blessed Saviour, Find a rest at last. 6 Onward, ever onward, Journeying o'er the road Worn by saints before us, Journeying on to God. Leaving all behind us, May we hasten on, Backward never looking Till the prize is won. 7 Higher then and higher Bear the ransomed soul, Earthly toils forgotten, Saviour, to its goal; Where, in joys unthought of, Saints with angels sing, Never weary, raising Praises to their King. Topics: Aspiration After Holiness; Consecration Entire; The Godhead The Son; Triumph, of the Gospel; Holiness; Reward Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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Going to the Father!

Author: George T. Coster Hymnal: Pilgrim Songs (Number Two) #89 (1902) Hymnal Title: Pilgrim Songs (Number Two) Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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Saviour, blessed Saviour

Author: Godfrey Thring Hymnal: Praise Songs #178 (1897) Hymnal Title: Praise Songs Languages: English Tune Title: EDINA
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At the Name of Jesus

Author: Caroline M. Noel Hymnal: Songs of Praise with Tunes #133 (1889) Hymnal Title: Songs of Praise with Tunes First Line: At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow Topics: Christ Conqueror; Christ Name of ; Christ Second Coming of Scripture: Ephesians 1:20-22 Tune Title: EDINA

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