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Alas, and did my Savior bleed? And did my Sovereign die?

Author: Isaac Watts, 1674-1748Hymnal: OSHP1884 #d1 (1884)

All hail the power of Jesus' name, Let angels prostrate fall

Author: John Rippon; Edward PerronetHymnal: OSHP1884 #d2 (1884)

And can I yet delay

Author: Charles Wesley, 1707-1788Hymnal: OSHP1884 #d3 (1884)

Hark the voice of yonder pilot

Author: Mary D. JamesHymnal: OSHP1884 #d4 (1884)First Line: Are you drifting down life's current

Arise ye saints, arise, the Lord our leader is

Author: Thomas KellyHymnal: OSHP1884 #d5 (1884)

Art thou weary, art thou languid

Author: John M. Neale; John Mason Neale; Stephen of St. SabasHymnal: OSHP1884 #d6 (1884)

Neath the cross

Author: Jennie StoutHymnal: OSHP1884 #d7 (1884)First Line: At the cross, and 'neath it onlyRefrain First Line: Blessed cross

Awake, to work

Author: R. N. TurnerHymnal: OSHP1884 #d8 (1884)First Line: Awake, arise, the morn is bright

Awake, awake, O Zion, lift thy voice

Author: Fanny J. CrosbyHymnal: OSHP1884 #d9 (1884)

Up and away

Author: Fanny J. CrosbyHymnal: OSHP1884 #d10 (1884)First Line: Awake from thy drowsy sleep