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Blessed Assurance: Hymns of Fanny J. Crosby

Editor: S. T. Kimbrough, Jr.
Author: Fanny J. Crosby
Music Editor: Carlton R. Young
Publisher: Global Music and Media Productions Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore, 2008
Language: English
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1There's music in the air when the infant morn is nigh[There's music in the air]Text
2Be silent, be silent, a whisper is heard[Be silent, be silent]
3Blessed day, when pure devotions rise to God on wings of love[Blessed day, when pure devotions]Text
4’Tis the blessed hour of prayer when our hearts lowly bend['Tis the blessed hour of prayer]
5Your Word is a lamp to my feet, O Lord[Your Word is a lamp to my feet, O Lord]
6Sing with a tuneful spirit, sing with a cheerful lay[Sing with a tuneful spirit]
7To God be the glory, great things he hath done![To God be the glory]
8Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine![Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine]
9All the way my Savior leads me; what have I to ask beside?[All the way my savior leads me]
10We walk by faith and O how sweet[We walk by faith and O how sweet]Text
11Thou my everlasting portion, more than friend or life to me[Thou my everlasting portion]
12Come, poor sinner, to the blessed, blessed feast[Come, poor sinner, to the blessed, blessed feast]
13The evergreen branches are waving around us[The evergreen branches are waving around us]
14Fulfilled is the promise, a Savior is born[Fulfilled is the promise, a Savior is born]
15How tranquil, how calm is the night, when to the sleeping earth[How tranquil, how calm is the night]
16The earth was filled with peace and light, when Christ arose[The earth was filled with peace and light]
17Christ has risen! Hallelujah! Blessed morn of life and light[Christ has risen! Hallelujah! Blessed morn]
18Hail, sacred morn! When from the tomb the Son of God arose[Hail, sacred morn! When from the tomb]
19Ring on, ring on glad Easter bells, your sweet and tuneful day[Ring on, ring on, glad Easter bells]
20Rescue the perishing, care for the dying[Rescue the perishing, care for the dying]
21Pass me not, O gentle Savior, hear my humble cry[Pass me not, O gentle Savior]
22O the sad and troubled faces that we meet from day to day[O, the sad and troubled faces]
23To the work! To the work! We are servants of God[To the work! To the work! We are servants of God]
24Jesus, keep me near the cross; there a precious fountain[Jesus, keep me near the cross]
25I am thine, O Lord, I have heard thy voice[I am thine, O Lord, I have heard thy voice]
26Our lives, we are told, are but fleeting at best[Our lives, we are told]
27Fulfilled is the promise, a Savior is born[Fulfilled is the promise, a Savior is born]Text Info
28The evergreen branches are waving around us[The evergreen branches are waving around us]
29The earth was filled with peace and light, when Christ arose[The earth was filled with peace and light, when Christ arose]
30Hail, sacred morn! When from the tomb the Son of God arose[Hail, sacred morn! When from the tomb the Son of God arose]
31Hail, sacred morn! When from the tomb the Son of God arose[Hail, sacred morn! When from the tomb the Son of God arose]
32Christ has risen! Hallelujah! Blessed morn of life and light[Christ has risen! Hallelujah! Blessed morn of life and light]
33Come, poor sinner, to the blessed, blessed feast[Come, poor sinner, to the blessed, blessed feast]
34O, the sad and troubled faces that we meet from day to day[O, the sad and troubled faces that we meet from day to day]
35Be silent, be silent. Be silent, be silent, a whisper is heard[Be silent, be silent. Be silent, be silent, a whisper is heard]
36Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine![Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!]
37This is my story this is my song
[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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