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Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee

Author: Sarah F. Adams Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d135 (1920) Person Name: Sarah F. Adams

Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult

Author: Cecil F. Alexander Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d98 (1920) Person Name: Cecil F. Alexander

The unclouded day

Author: Josiah K. Alwood Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d151 (1920) Person Name: Josiah K. Alwood First Line: O they tell me of a home far beyond the skies Refrain First Line: O the land of cloudless day

Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d137 (1920) Person Name: Sabine Baring-Gould

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

Author: Sabine Baring-Gould Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d159 (1920) Person Name: Sabine Baring-Gould

His love never knows any change

Author: Alfred Barratt Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d196 (1920) Person Name: Alfred Barratt First Line: There's a wonderful peace in my heart every day

O, for a faith that will not shrink

Author: William H. Bathurst Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d141 (1920) Person Name: William H. Bathurst

O depth of mercy can it [there] be

Author: Lydia Baxter Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d187 (1920) Person Name: Lydia Baxter First Line: There is a gate stands open wide [that stands ajar]

All the way along it is Jesus

Author: Ada Blenkhorn Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d191 (1920) Person Name: Ada Blenkhorn First Line: There is one who loves me, one who is my friend

Almost persuaded now to believe, Almost

Author: Philip P. Bliss Hymnal: SoFS1920 #d8 (1920) Person Name: Philip P. Bliss


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