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Hymns for Mark 1

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TitleScriptureMatching Instances
Jesus Calls Us; O'er the TumultMark 1:16-2020
On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's CryMark 1:3-418
Lord, Who Throughout These Forty DaysMark 1:12-1316
At Even, When the Sun Was SetMark 1:3213
Dear Lord and Father of MankindMark 1:16-1712
I Danced in the MorningMark 1:14-2012
O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How HighMark 1:12-1310
O Christ, the Healer, We Have ComeMark 1:349
Silence, Frenzied, Unclean SpiritMark 1:21-289
Comfort, Comfort, O My PeopleMark 1:11-88
Will You Come and Follow Me (The Summons)Mark 1:16-218
The Glory of These Forty DaysMark 1:12-138
O Jesus, I have promisedMark 1:14-206
Forty days and forty nightsMark 1:2-156
Songs of Thankfulness and PraiseMark 1:1-86
You Walk Along Our ShorelineMark 1:206
Jesus, lover of my soulMark 1:345
When Jesus Came to JordanMark 1:4-115
Two FishermenMark 1:14-205
Lord, When You CameMark 1:16-205


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