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Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult

Author: Cecil F. AlexanderHymnal: CS1944 #d24 (1944)Person Name: Cecil F. Alexander

Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross

Author: Sabine Baring-GouldHymnal: CS1944 #d37 (1944)Person Name: Sabine Baring-Gould

Precious name, O how sweet

Author: Lydia BaxterHymnal: CS1944 #d42 (1944)Person Name: Lydia BaxterFirst Line: Take the name of Jesus with you, child of sorrow

Sweet by and by

Author: Sanford F. BennettHymnal: CS1944 #d47 (1944)Person Name: Sanford F. BennettFirst Line: There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than dayRefrain First Line: In the sweet by and by

My Redeemer

Author: Philip P. BlissHymnal: CS1944 #d21 (1944)Person Name: Philip P. BlissFirst Line: I will sing of my Redeemer, And his wondrous loveRefrain First Line: Sing, O, sing of my Redeemer

He keeps me singing

Author: Luther B. BridgersHymnal: CS1944 #d48 (1944)Person Name: Luther B. BridgersFirst Line: There's within my heart a melodyRefrain First Line: Jesus, Jesus [loving], Jesus, sweetest name I know

O for a closer walk with God

Author: William CowperHymnal: CS1944 #d33 (1944)Person Name: William Cowper

There is a fountain filled with blood, drawn from Immanuel's vein [veins]

Author: William CowperHymnal: CS1944 #d45 (1944)Person Name: William Cowper

This is my story, this is my song

Author: Fanny J. CrosbyHymnal: CS1944 #d5 (1944)Person Name: Fanny J. CrosbyFirst Line: Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine

Draw me nearer, nearer, blessed Lord

Author: Fanny J. CrosbyHymnal: CS1944 #d18 (1944)Person Name: Fanny J. CrosbyFirst Line: I am thine, O Lord, I have heard thy voice

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