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Hymnal, Number:ots1900
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When all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]

Author: Joseph Addison Hymnal: OTS1900 #d226 (1900) Person Name: Joseph Addison

The winds and waves shall obey Thy will

Author: Mary A. Baker Hymnal: OTS1900 #d102 (1900) Person Name: Mary A. Baker First Line: Master, the tempest is raging

Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: OTS1900 #d136 (1900) Person Name: Sabine Baring-Gould

Yea, establish the work

Author: J. O. Barnhart Hymnal: OTS1900 #d236 (1900) Person Name: J. O. Barnhart First Line: While we labor for thee

God, in the gospel of his [the] Son

Author: Benjamin Beddome Hymnal: OTS1900 #d44 (1900) Person Name: Benjamin Beddome

One in Christ

Author: R. F. R. Bell Hymnal: OTS1900 #d83 (1900) Person Name: R. F. R. Bell First Line: Jesus did it on the cross

Search for the wandering sheep of the fold

Author: R. F. R. Bell Hymnal: OTS1900 #d148 (1900) Person Name: R. F. R. Bell

The banquet of the King

Author: R. F. R. Bell Hymnal: OTS1900 #d238 (1900) Person Name: R. F. R. Bell First Line: Whosoever will may come Refrain First Line: You may come

Cling to the Mighty One

Author: Henry Bennett Hymnal: OTS1900 #d29 (1900) Person Name: Henry Bennett

Be strong in the faith, my brother

Author: D. L. Bledsoe Hymnal: OTS1900 #d14 (1900) Person Name: D. L. Bledsoe


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