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Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee

Author: Sarah F. Adams Hymnal: SSPH1868 #775 (1869) Person Name: Sarah F. Adams
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When all thy [your] mercies, O my [our] God [gracious Lord]

Author: Joseph Addison Hymnal: SSPH1868 #225 (1869) Person Name: Joseph Addison
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How are thy servants blest, O Lord [God]

Author: Joseph Addison Hymnal: SSPH1868 #229 (1869) Person Name: Joseph Addison
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The spacious firmament on high

Author: Joseph Addison Hymnal: SSPH1868 #264 (1869) Person Name: Joseph Addison
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When rising from the bed of death

Author: Joseph Addison Hymnal: SSPH1868 #484 (1869) Person Name: Joseph Addison
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The golden gates are lifted up

Author: Cecil F. Alexander; Cecil Frances Humphreys Alexander Hymnal: SSPH1868 #384 (1869) Person Name: Cecil F. Alexander
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There is a line, by us unseen

Author: J. A. Alexander Hymnal: SSPH1868 #479 (1869) Person Name: J. A. Alexander
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Day of anger that dread day

Author: Henry Alford Hymnal: SSPH1868 #1235 (1869) Person Name: Henry Alford
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Earth is past [passed] away and gone

Author: Henry Alford Hymnal: SSPH1868 #1237 (1869) Person Name: Henry Alford

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