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Lord God almighty

Author: John D. Coleridge Hymnal: NoG1899 #d11 (1899) First Line: Bending before thee, let our hymn go upwards

Glory, glory, sing the joyful chorus

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: NoG1899 #d12 (1899) First Line: Blessed be the Lord, our Savior

Bright is our pathway, homeward to thee

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: NoG1899 #d13 (1899)

Tell it to Jesus

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: NoG1899 #d15 (1899) First Line: Broken in spirit and laden with care

The prodigal child

Author: Ellen M. H. Gates Hymnal: NoG1899 #d17 (1899) First Line: Come home, come home, You are weary at heart Refrain First Line: Come home, O come home

We're marching to Zion

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748 Hymnal: NoG1899 #d19 (1899) First Line: Come, ye [you] [we] that [who] love the Lord [Christ], And let your [our] joys

Consecrate me, O Lord, from this

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: NoG1899 #d20 (1899)

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