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Hymnal, Number:ons11900
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Ever for thee

Author: Fannie M. ChadwickHymnal: ONS11900 #d9 (1900)Person Name: Fannie M. ChadwickFirst Line: Home of my soulRefrain First Line: Ever for thee my weary heart

O tell me the story of Jesus, the sweetest

Author: Adam CraigHymnal: ONS11900 #d17 (1900)Person Name: Adam Craig

'Twas only a common day

Author: Rufus L. DoddHymnal: ONS11900 #d1 (1900)Person Name: Rufus L. DoddFirst Line: A day was born of the night

O who will believe it

Author: Franklin L. EilandHymnal: ONS11900 #d23 (1900)Person Name: Franklin L. EilandFirst Line: The story of Jesus

Come to the feast

Author: S. W. EverettHymnal: ONS11900 #d2 (1900)Person Name: S. W. EverettFirst Line: A glorious feast is spread todayRefrain First Line: The Spirit and the bride say, come

Hear the Christmas bells

Author: W. C. HafleyHymnal: ONS11900 #d13 (1900)Person Name: W. C. HafleyFirst Line: List, the Christmas bells are ringingRefrain First Line: Hear the merry, merry bells

Tell it out among the heathen [nations] [people] that the Lord is King

Author: Frances Ridley HavergalHymnal: ONS11900 #d22 (1900)Person Name: Frances Ridley Havergal

Beautiful crown beautiful crown

Author: J. B. IrvinHymnal: ONS11900 #d31 (1900)Person Name: J. B. IrvinFirst Line: When the sun of my life is far down in the west

Then be firm to the end

Author: Jennie E. JohnsonHymnal: ONS11900 #d26 (1900)Person Name: Jennie E. JohnsonFirst Line: We are banded together for Jesus still to live

Move up the line, O worker

Author: Minnie B. JohnsonHymnal: ONS11900 #d15 (1900)Person Name: Minnie B. Johnson