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The captive freed

Author: Samuel Gottlieb Buerde Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d404 (1932) Person Name: Samuel Gottlieb Buerde First Line: When the Lord recalls the banished

Jesus shall our watchword be

Author: James Drummond Burns; Benjamin Schmolk Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d185 (1932) Person Name: James Drummond Burns

We plough [plow] the fields and scatter

Author: Jane M. Campbell; Matthias Claudius Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d391 (1932) Person Name: Jane M. Campbell

Christians, come, in sweetest measures

Author: Robert Campbell; Adam of Saint Victor Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d53 (1932) Person Name: Robert Campbell

Blessed Jesus, at thy word

Author: Tobias Clausnitzer Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d34 (1932) Person Name: Tobias Clausnitzer

Work, for the night is coming, work through the morning hours

Author: Anna Louisa Walker Coghill Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d420 (1932) Person Name: Anna Louisa Walker Coghill

God's mysterious ways

Author: William Cowper Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d102 (1932) Person Name: William Cowper First Line: God moves in a mysterious way

God liveth ever, Wherefore, soul, despair thou

Author: Frances E. Cox; Johann Friedrich Zihn Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d100 (1932) Person Name: Frances E. Cox

How lovely now the morning star

Author: Frances E. Cox; r Wiesenmeyer Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d132 (1932) Person Name: Frances E. Cox

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