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Commit thy ways

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d69 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt First Line: Commit, O heart repining

Greetings thousandfold receive thee

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d108 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt

Strong Defender

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d248 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt First Line: Now let us come before him

Now rest beneath night's shadows

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d251 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt

How shall I meet Thee

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d281 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt First Line: O Lord, how shall I meet thee [you]

O Lord, I sing with mouth [voice] and heart

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d282 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt

O world see

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d301 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt First Line: O world, thy life doth languish

Why should sorrow ever grieve me

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d416 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt

Ye baptized people, one and all

Author: Paul Gerhardt Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d421 (1932) Person Name: Paul Gerhardt

The victory

Author: Justus Gesenius; Georg Weissel Hymnal: SSBW1932 #d259 (1932) Person Name: Justus Gesenius First Line: O death, where is thy cruel sting

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