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

Author: Sabine Baring-GouldHymnal: TR1920 #d130 (1920)Person Name: Sabine Baring-Gould

Precious name, O how sweet

Author: Lydia BaxterHymnal: TR1920 #d149 (1920)Person Name: Lydia BaxterFirst Line: Take the name of Jesus with you, child of sorrow

This world is not my home

Author: George BennardHymnal: TR1920 #d83 (1920)Person Name: George BennardFirst Line: I've left the valley of death and sinRefrain First Line: This world, this world is not my home

Sweet by and by

Author: Sanford F. BennettHymnal: TR1920 #d165 (1920)Person Name: Sanford F. BennettFirst Line: There's a land that is fairer [brighter] than dayRefrain First Line: In the sweet by and by

When the roll is called up yonder

Author: James M. BlackHymnal: TR1920 #d196 (1920)Person Name: James M. BlackFirst Line: When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time

I can hear my [the] Savior calling

Author: E. W. BlandyHymnal: TR1920 #d55 (1920)Person Name: E. W. Blandy

Let the lower lights be burning

Author: Philip P. BlissHymnal: TR1920 #d17 (1920)Person Name: Philip P. BlissFirst Line: Brightly beams our Father's mercy

Jesus loves even me

Author: Philip P. BlissHymnal: TR1920 #d53 (1920)Person Name: Philip P. BlissFirst Line: I am so glad that our [my] Father [Savior] in heavenRefrain First Line: I am so glad that Jesus loves me

Wonderful words of life

Author: Philip P. BlissHymnal: TR1920 #d142 (1920)Person Name: Philip P. BlissFirst Line: Sing them over again to me, wonderful words of lifeRefrain First Line: Beautiful words, wonderful words, wonderful words of life

Whosoever will, whosoever will, send the proclamation

Author: Philip P. BlissHymnal: TR1920 #d202 (1920)Person Name: Philip P. BlissFirst Line: Whosoever heareth, shout, shout the sound

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