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Finding the lost

Author: Ella M. Robinson Hymnal: JE1954 #d1 (1954) First Line: A runaway lad in a distant land

Shall we be there

Author: F. E. Belden Hymnal: JE1954 #d2 (1954) First Line: Angels are building fair mansions above Refrain First Line: We must be there

Watch away, beautiful angels

Author: F. E. Belden Hymnal: JE1954 #d3 (1954) First Line: Beautiful angels, watching close by

The Lamb of God

Author: Ella M. Robinson Hymnal: JE1954 #d5 (1954) First Line: Behold the Lamb of God, who bears our sin and woe Refrain First Line: Our sacrificial Lamb

God made them

Author: Cecil F. Alexander Hymnal: JE1954 #d6 (1954) First Line: Each little flower that opens

Peace, be still

Author: Ella M. Robinson Hymnal: JE1954 #d7 (1954) First Line: Fierce is the wind and rough

This is just why I am singing

Author: F. E. Belden Hymnal: JE1954 #d8 (1954) First Line: Foxes have holes, birds have their nests

Golden harps are sounding

Author: Frances Ridley Havergal Hymnal: JE1954 #d9 (1954)

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