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A marvelous Savior

Author: A. Byron Condo Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d1 (1937) First Line: A marvelous salvation is provided Refrain First Line: Marvelous, marvelous is His matchless love

His love makes glad my heart

Author: A. Byron Condo Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d2 (1937) First Line: A melody is now within my heart

Ye [You] must be born again

Author: William T. Sleeper Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d3 (1937) First Line: A ruler once came to [unto] Jesus [the Savior] by

The best friend of all

Author: James Rowe Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d4 (1937) First Line: A wonderful Friend is beside me Refrain First Line: I love HIm, O dearly I love Him

Tell it to Jesus

Author: Jeremiah Eames Rankin Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d5 (1937) First Line: Are you weary, are you heavy hearted

Don't step there

Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d6 (1937) First Line: As on the path of life we tread

Hurry and tell him, brother and sister

Author: Barney E. Warren Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d7 (1937) First Line: Ask, and it shall be given you, brother

This is my story, this is my song

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d8 (1937) First Line: Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine

Whiter than snow

Author: Eden Reade Latta Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d9 (1937) First Line: Blessed be the fountain of blood

A blessed fellowship

Author: A. Byron Condo Hymnal: HoUR1937 #d10 (1937) First Line: Blessed fellowship, glorious joy divine Refrain First Line: Trusting, trusting, in the Pilot


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