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Oh, hear the merry bugle call

Author: Mark Adams Hymnal: RoG1897 #176 (1897) Person Name: Mark Adams First Line: How bright the hours, when out in the wildwood straying

Feed my lambs

Author: Julia C. Aldrich Hymnal: RoG1897 #15 (1897) Person Name: Julia C. Aldrich First Line: Jesus said with tender pleading


Author: J. H. A. Hymnal: RoG1897 #28 (1897) Person Name: J. H. A. First Line: Now as on life's sea I glide

Sing glory to Jesus

Author: J. H. A. Hymnal: RoG1897 #48 (1897) Person Name: J. H. A. First Line: O for a thousand tongues to sing

The Savior is calling today

Author: I. B. Hymnal: RoG1897 #2 (1897) Person Name: I. B. First Line: Oh, come to the Savior today

Today the Savior calls

Author: I. B. Hymnal: RoG1897 #109 (1897) Person Name: I. B.

O! the grandeur and the glory

Author: W. J. B. Hymnal: RoG1897 #53 (1897) Person Name: W. J. B.

We are lambs of the fold, thro' the green fields we go

Author: Birdie Bell Hymnal: RoG1897 #102 (1897) Person Name: Birdie Bell

Send the light

Author: W. M. B. Hymnal: RoG1897 #74 (1897) Person Name: W. M. B. First Line: See now the waves that bathe the shores

More and more

Author: G. M. Bills Hymnal: RoG1897 #56 (1897) Person Name: G. M. Bills First Line: All the paths I lately trod


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