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Nearer, my God, to thee, nearer to thee

Author: Sarah F. Adams Hymnal: VoP1895 #d54 (1895) Person Name: Sarah F. Adams

Go while it is morning

Author: Louise Anderson Hymnal: VoP1895 #d66 (1895) Person Name: Louise Anderson First Line: O what have you done for Jesus Refrain First Line: Be ready, go while it is morning

Come, my loving Savior

Author: C. C. Armstrong Hymnal: VoP1895 #d14 (1895) Person Name: C. C. Armstrong First Line: Come, O come, my blessed Jesus

Little feet be careful

Author: L. M. Bateman Hymnal: VoP1895 #d32 (1895) Person Name: L. M. Bateman First Line: I washed my hands this morning

Shall we be there

Author: L. M. Bateman Hymnal: VoP1895 #d67 (1895) Person Name: L. M. Bateman First Line: O when that wondrous day in heaven shall dawn

O beautiful for spacious skies

Author: Katherine Lee Bates Hymnal: VoP1895 #d56 (1895) Person Name: Katherine Lee Bates

Christ has set me free

Author: Anna D. Bradley Hymnal: VoP1895 #d22 (1895) Person Name: Anna D. Bradley First Line: Free from law, O, join my shout of triumph Refrain First Line: Christ has won my full salvation

Lost, lost, O soul to Christ

Author: Anna D. Bradley Hymnal: VoP1895 #d49 (1895) Person Name: Anna D. Bradley First Line: Lost, lost, hear the death

Come unto me

Author: Anna D. Bradley Hymnal: VoP1895 #d79 (1895) Person Name: Anna D. Bradley First Line: Soul, it is Jesus, tenderly pleading

Tell him all

Author: Carrie E. Breck Hymnal: VoP1895 #d40 (1895) Person Name: Carrie E. Breck First Line: Is thy heart with sorrow smitten Refrain First Line: Let thy peace flow as a river

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