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Happy day, happy day, when Jesus washed my sins away

Author: John CennickHymnal: WSHC1855 #14 (1855)Person Name: John CennickFirst Line: Jesus, my all, to heav'n is gone

Return, O wanderer, return

Author: William Bengo CollyerHymnal: WSHC1855 #10 (1855)Person Name: William Bengo Collyer

Happy day, happy day, when Jesus wash'd my sins away

Author: Philip DoddridgeHymnal: WSHC1855 #15 (1855)Person Name: Philip DoddridgeFirst Line: O happy day that fix'd my choice

This corner stone, this corner stone

Author: Mrs. E. L. EverettHymnal: WSHC1855 #20 (1855)Person Name: Mrs. E. L. Everett

Away on the banks of life's bright river

Author: Rev. Mark TraftonHymnal: WSHC1855 #276 (1855)Person Name: Rev. Mark Trafton