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Pray on; Nor Faint, Nor Cease

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: The Friends' Hymnal, a Collection of Hymns and Tunes for the Public Worship of the Society #a349 (1908) Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Pray on; nor faint nor cease Languages: English Tune Title: PETITION
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There's a Work for each of Us now

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 3 #64 (1878) Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Our Master has taken His journey Refrain First Line: There's a work for me and a work for you Languages: English Tune Title: [Our Master has taken His journey]
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Einem jeden gibt er ein Werk zu tun

Author: A. A. A.; Elias Roser Hymnal: Pilgerklänge #151 (1905) Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Der Meister, gleich einem Menschen Languages: German Tune Title: [Der Meister, gleich einem Menschen]
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There's a Work for Each of Us Now

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: Gospel Hymns Nos. 1 to 6 #161 (1894) Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Our Master has taken His journey Refrain First Line: There's a work for me and a work for you Languages: English Tune Title: [Our Master has taken His journey]
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Pray On; Nor Faint, Nor Cease

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: Gloria Deo #349 (1901) Meter: 6.6.8.6.4.6.6.6.4 Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Pray on: nor faint nor cease Lyrics: 1 Pray on; nor faint, nor cease, Nor ever weary grow, Until the answer come in peace; Faint not, pray on. Pray on; it is the way He takes to succor thee With strength for ev’ry day; Faint not, pray on. 2 Pray on; in faith and love, Believing in His pow’r To hear thee from His throne above; Faint not, pray on. Pray on; the promise rests Upon unceasing pray’r; ‘Twill win thy soul’s requests; Faint not, pray on. Topics: Prayer Languages: English Tune Title: PETITION
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There's a Work for Each of Us Now

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: Hymns, Psalms and Gospel Songs #396 (1904) Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Our Master has taken His journey Refrain First Line: There's a work for me and a work for you Languages: English Tune Title: [Our Master has taken His journey]
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There's a Work for Each of Us Now

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: Montreat Hymns #396 (1916) Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Our Master has taken His journey Refrain First Line: There's a work for me and a work for you Languages: English Tune Title: [Our Master has taken His journey]
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There's a Work for Each of Us

Author: A. A. A. Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #6626 Person Name: A. A. A. First Line: Our master has taken His journey Refrain First Line: There's a work for me and a work for you Lyrics: 1. Our master has taken His journey To a country that’s far away, And has left us the care of the vineyard, To work for Him day by day. Refrain There’s a work for me and a work for you, Something for each of us now to do, Yes, a work for me and a work for you, Something for each of us now to do. 2. In this little while, doth it matter, As we work, and we watch, and we wait; If we’re filling the place He assigns us, Be its service small or great. [Refrain] 3. There’s only one thing should concern us, To find just the task that is ours; And then, having found it, to do it With all of our God-giv’n pow’rs. [Refrain] 4. Our master is coming most surely, To reckon with every one; Shall we then count our toil or our sorrow, If His sentence be, Well done? [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Our master has taken His journey]
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The Faithful Shepherd

Author: A. A. G. Hymnal: The Praise Offering #89 (1876) Person Name: A. A. G. First Line: Jesus, faithful Shepherd, guide me
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Temperance Hymn

Author: A. B. Hymnal: Gospel Jewels #93 (1890) Person Name: A. B. First Line: Water pure is God’s distilling Refrain First Line: In the city, hill and plain Lyrics: 1 Water pure is God’s distilling; Good and safe “for man and beast”— Strong drink thousands now is killing, Never, never it we’ll taste. See the poor, the wretched creatures, Blasted by this “liquid fire!” See the sad, the woeful features, Caused by wine, the Great Destroy’r! Refrain: In the city, hill and plain, Let King Alcohol be slain. 2 Touch not, taste not, nor yet handle, Anything that evil breeds; Sipping drink, howe’er so little, In a dangerous pathway leads. Boys and girls can all be merry, “Happy as the day is long;” Rosy cheeks, like ruby cherry; Drinking water makes us strong. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Water pure is God’s distilling]

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