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Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee

Author: Sarah F. AdamsHymnal: GCCS1888 #d68 (1888)Person Name: Sarah F. Adams

Just before the battle

Author: Anna BartonHymnal: GCCS1888 #d35 (1888)Person Name: Anna BartonFirst Line: God is calling now his forcesRefrain First Line: Hark, the roll call

Yes, the deadly old decanter

Author: Peter P. BilhornHymnal: GCCS1888 #d105 (1888)Person Name: Peter P. BilhornFirst Line: There was an old decanter

Our peaceful war

Author: C. R. BlackallHymnal: GCCS1888 #d29 (1888)Person Name: C. R. BlackallFirst Line: For God, our great Commander

The four rulers

Author: Philip P. BlissHymnal: GCCS1888 #d50 (1888)Person Name: Philip P. BlissFirst Line: Is it safe

Watchman, tell us of the night

Author: John BowringHymnal: GCCS1888 #d119 (1888)Person Name: John Bowring

As thd dew descends and the gentle rain

Author: Clara Louise BurnhamHymnal: GCCS1888 #d8 (1888)Person Name: Clara Louise Burnham

Fling out the banner

Author: Clara Louise BurnhamHymnal: GCCS1888 #d27 (1888)Person Name: Clara Louise BurnhamFirst Line: Fling the glorious banner out upon the breezeRefrain First Line: Onward, onward

Help from the Mighty One is now our need

Author: Clara Louise BurnhamHymnal: GCCS1888 #d44 (1888)Person Name: Clara Louise Burnham

Total prohibition

Author: Clara Louise BurnhamHymnal: GCCS1888 #d100 (1888)Person Name: Clara Louise BurnhamFirst Line: The signs that fill the air foretell

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