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The Lion of Judah

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: NoG1899 #d41 (1899) First Line: How sweetly o'er the mountain of Zion Refrain First Line: O, the Lion of Judah hath triumphed forever

I am trusting, Lord, in thee

Author: WIlliam McDonald Hymnal: NoG1899 #d42 (1899) First Line: I am coming to the cross, I am poor

Every need supplied

Author: Frances Ridley Havergal Hymnal: NoG1899 #d43 (1899) First Line: I am so weak, dear Lord, I cannot stand

Draw me nearer, nearer, blessed Lord

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: NoG1899 #d44 (1899) First Line: I am thine, O Lord, I have heard thy voice

There is a Physician

Author: William H. Doane Hymnal: NoG1899 #d45 (1899) First Line: I come, for my heart is broken

O take my heart, Savior divine

Author: Ida Scott Taylor Hymnal: NoG1899 #d46 (1899) First Line: I give my heart to thee, O blessed Savior

All, all forgiven

Author: Palmer Hartsough Hymnal: NoG1899 #d47 (1899) First Line: I hear my blessed Savior say, thy sins are all forgiven

Peace at the cross

Author: Roger H. Lyon Hymnal: NoG1899 #d49 (1899) First Line: I lost my burden at the cross

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