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The Baptist Hymn and Praise Book

Editor: L. Burrows
Publisher: Sunday School Board, Southern Baptist Convention, Nashville, Tenn., 1904
Denomination: Southern Baptist Convention, 1845-
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d501Through every age, eternal God
d502Throw out the life line across the dark wave
d503Thus far the Lord hath [has] led me on
d504Thy Father's house, thine [thy] own bright home
d505Thy way, not mine, O Lord
d506Till he come, O let the words
d507'Tis God the spirit leads
d508'Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow
d509'Tis religion that can give in the light
d510'Tis religion that can give sweetest pleasures
d511To God the only wise, our Savior and our King
d512To our Redeemer's glorious name, awake the sacred song
d513To thy temple we repair
d514Trembling before thine awful throne
d515'Twas on that [a] dark, that [and] doleful [awful] [dreary] night [day]
d516Under his wings I am [I'm] safely abiding
d517Wait, my soul [heart] upon the Lord
d518Wait, O my soul, thy [the] Maker's will
d519Watchman, tell us of the night
d520We ask not, Father, for repose
d521We bid thee welcome in the name of Jesus, our exalted
d522We have heard a [the] joyful sound
d523We praise thee, O God, for the Son of thy love
d524We shall meet beyond the river, bye and bye
d525We shall reach the summer land
d526We would see Jesus, for the shadows lengthen
d527Welcome, delightful morn, Thou [Sweet] day of sacred rest
d528Welcome, sweet day of rest
d529What a friend we have in Jesus
d530What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone
d531What shall I render to my God for all his kindness shown
d532What various hindrances we meet
d533When all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]
d534When, as returns this [the] solemn day
d535When cold our hearts [lips], and far from Thee
d536When I can read my title clear
d537When I survey the wondrous cross
d538When I was utterly undone
d539When marshalled on the nightly [mighty] plain
d540When my life work is ended, and I cross the swelling tide
d541When peace, like a river, attendeth my way
d542When power divine in mortal form hushed
d543When sins and fears prevailing rise
d544When the worn spirit wants repose
d545When thy mortal life is fled
d546Where high the heavenly temple stands The house
d547While Jesus whispers to you
d548Whilst thee I seek, protecting power
d549Who are these [those] in bright [fair] array
d550Whoever receiveth the Crucified One
d551Why do we [ye] [you] mourn departing [departed] [for dying] friends
d552Why do you wait, dear brother
d553Why should the children of a King
d554Why should we start and fear to die
d555With all my [our] [the] power [powers] of heart and tongue
d556With broken heart and contrite sigh
d557With joy we hail the sacred day
d558With joy we meditate the [thy] grace
d559With tearful eyes I look around
d560Wonderful Savior, blessed Redeemer
d561Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours
d562Ye Christian heroes [heralds], go proclaim
d563Ye trembling souls, dismiss your fears
d564Your harps, ye [you] trembling [mourning] [tearful], saints
d565Zion [Sion] stands by [with] hills surrounded

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