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Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee

Author: Sarah F. AdamsHymnal: GYH1910 #d80 (1910)Person Name: Sarah F. Adams

Nothing but leaves the spirit grieves

Author: Lucy Evelina AkermanHymnal: GYH1910 #d82 (1910)Person Name: Lucy Evelina Akerman

Joy cometh in the morning

Author: T. L. BaileyHymnal: GYH1910 #d64 (1910)Person Name: T. L. BaileyFirst Line: Is it night with thee, my brother

I heard the voice of Jesus say, come unto me and rest

Author: Horatius BonarHymnal: GYH1910 #d45 (1910)Person Name: Horatius Bonar

The Comforter has come

Author: Francis BottomeHymnal: GYH1910 #d86 (1910)Person Name: Francis BottomeFirst Line: O spread the tidings round

The glory, the glory, we'll give God the glory

Author: T. M. BowdishHymnal: GYH1910 #d6 (1910)Person Name: T. M. BowdishFirst Line: All glory to the Savior's name

Let us work while 'tis day

Author: E. T. BowersHymnal: GYH1910 #d73 (1910)Person Name: E. T. BowersFirst Line: Let us labor on for the Master

I'll go where you want me to go, dear Lord

Author: Mary A. BrownHymnal: GYH1910 #d65 (1910)Person Name: Mary A. BrownFirst Line: It may not be on the mountain [mountain's] height, Or over the stormy sea

My bruised reed, thou wilt not break

Author: Lansing BurrowsHymnal: GYH1910 #d79 (1910)Person Name: Lansing Burrows

Jesus of Nazareth passeth by

Author: Etta CampbellHymnal: GYH1910 #d148 (1910)Person Name: Etta CampbellFirst Line: What mean this eager, anxious throng

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