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Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom

Author: John H. Newman; John Henry Newman Hymnal: NoG1899 #d71 (1899)

Lead us, O Father, lead us

Author: William Henry Burleigh Hymnal: NoG1899 #d72 (1899) First Line: Lead us, O Father, in the paths of peace

I came not to condemn thee

Author: J. B. Lemon Hymnal: NoG1899 #d73 (1899) First Line: Let the sunshine chase the shadow

Strew their path with roses

Author: William Orcutt Cushing Hymnal: NoG1899 #d74 (1899) First Line: Let us strew their path with roses

Behold, the banner of the cross

Author: James Mongtomery Hymnal: NoG1899 #d75 (1899) First Line: Lift up your heads, ye gates of brass

Linger no longer

Author: Nellie A. Montgomery Hymnal: NoG1899 #d77 (1899) First Line: Linger, brother, no longer

Never alone

Author: V. A. White Hymnal: NoG1899 #d78 (1899) First Line: Lonely, no not lonely, while Jesus stands Refrain First Line: No, never alone

Marching on to conquer

Author: B. L. Mason Hymnal: NoG1899 #d80 (1899)

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