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Jesus is mighty to save

Author: Annie Wittenmeyer Hymnal: CS1937a #d1 (1937) First Line: All glory to Jesus be given that life and salvation are free Refrain First Line: Yes, Jesus is mighty to save

Almost persuaded now to believe, Almost

Author: Philip P. Bliss Hymnal: CS1937a #d4 (1937)

Thou thinkest, Lord, of me

Author: E. S. Lorenz Hymnal: CS1937a #d5 (1937) First Line: Amid the trials which [that] I meet

Bring your vessels not a few

Author: Lelia N. Morris Hymnal: CS1937a #d6 (1937) First Line: Are you longing for the fullness of the blessing Refrain First Line: He will fill your heart today

The everlasting arms

Author: Albert B. Simpson Hymnal: CS1937a #d7 (1937) First Line: Art thou sunk in depths of sorrow Refrain First Line: Underneath thee

Don't turn Him away

Author: Haldor Lillenas Hymnal: CS1937a #d8 (1937) First Line: Behold the loving Savior stands

Break thou the bread of life

Author: Mary A. Lathbury; Mary Ann Lathbury Hymnal: CS1937a #d9 (1937)

Wonderful Savior

Author: Elisha A. Hoffman; Elisha Albright Hoffman Hymnal: CS1937a #d10 (1937) First Line: Christ has for sin atonement made Refrain First Line: What a wonderful Savior is Jesus

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