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With joy, with joy

Author: Harriet AuberHymnal: JPSS1886 #d43 (1886)Person Name: Harriet AuberFirst Line: With joy we hail the sacred day

Keep step, keep step, ever

Author: C. R. BlackallHymnal: JPSS1886 #d44 (1886)Person Name: C. R. BlackallFirst Line: Would you gain the best in life

Hear the bells sweetly ringing

Author: R. E. BuxtonHymnal: JPSS1886 #d12 (1886)Person Name: R. E. BuxtonFirst Line: Hear the Sabbath school bells sweetly ringing

Joyfully again we meet

Author: W. F. CosnerHymnal: JPSS1886 #d18 (1886)Person Name: W. F. Cosner

Let the children sing

Author: W. F. CosnerHymnal: JPSS1886 #d21 (1886)Person Name: W. F. CosnerFirst Line: Let the little children sing Praises to their heavenly KingRefrain First Line: Let the children come

The half is not told

Author: W. F. CosnerHymnal: JPSS1886 #d27 (1886)Person Name: W. F. CosnerFirst Line: Oft we sing of a home in the mansions of

Reaping as we sow

Author: D. W. CristHymnal: JPSS1886 #d39 (1886)Person Name: D. W. CristFirst Line: We are sowing, ever sowingRefrain First Line: We shall reap as we sow

Waiting, yes waiting

Author: William Thomas DaleHymnal: JPSS1886 #d19 (1886)Person Name: William Thomas DaleFirst Line: Just waiting the summons to welcome me home

Whisper peace whisper peace

Author: Frank M. DavisHymnal: JPSS1886 #d41 (1886)Person Name: Frank M. DavisFirst Line: When tossed on the waves of life's sea

Walking the golden streets

Author: A. S. DoughtyHymnal: JPSS1886 #d42 (1886)Person Name: A. S. DoughtyFirst Line: Who, who are these [those] clothed in garmentsRefrain First Line: Walking through the streets