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Now Rest, Ye Pilgrim Host

Author: Rossiter Worthington Raymond Hymnal: The Hymnal and Order of Service #579 (1926) Meter: 6.6.8.6 D Topics: Occasional Anniversary; Anniversaries Lyrics: 1 Now rest, ye pilgrim host, Look back upon your way, The mountains climbed, the torrents crossed, Through many a weary day. From this victorious height, How fair the past appears, God's grace and glory shining bright On all the bygone years. 2 How many, at His call, Have parted from our throng! They watch us from the crystal wall, And echo back our song. They rest, beyond complaints, Beyond all sighs and tears: Praise be to God for all His saints Who wrought in bygone years. 3 The banners they upbore Our hands still lift on high; The Lord they followed evermore To us is also nigh. Arise, arise, and tread The future without fears; He leadeth still Whose hand hath led Through all the bygone years. 4 When we have reached the home We seek with weary feet, Our children's children still shall come To keep these ranks complete; And He Whose host is one Throughout the countless spheres Will guide His marching servants on Through everlasting years. Amen. Languages: English Tune Title: CHALVEY
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Anniversary Day

Author: E. E. Hewitt Hymnal: Gospel Herald in Song #183 (1899) Topics: Anniversary Day First Line: Another year has glided by Refrain First Line: Praise Him who sweetly crowns the year Lyrics: 1 Another year has glided by, Beneath our Father’s watchful eye; And in His courts, we meet to raise, An anniversary hymn of praise. Refrain: Praise Him who sweetly crowns the year; Tell His goodness o’er and o’er; Praise Him, with heart and lip sincere Praise the Lord forevermore. 2 Though on the glow a shadow falls, A blessed promise faith recalls, For dear ones who have passed away, Since our last anniversary day. [Refrain] 3 May we, who still shall gather here, To Jesus lend a list’ning ear, And growing in His love each day, May we to others, show the way. [Refrain] 4 When life itself shall glide away, In Heav’n sweet everlasting day, May we, together swell the song, That rises from the white-robe throng. [Refrain] Scripture: Psalm 90:14 Languages: English Tune Title: [Another year has glided by]
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Anniversary Hymn

Author: Fanny Crosby Hymnal: Fair as the Morning. Hymns and Tunes for Praise in the Sunday-School #119 (1891) Topics: Anniversary and Children's Day First Line: Dear Saviour, from Thy throne above Refrain First Line: Our hearts in tuneful numbers wake Tune Title: [Dear Saviour, from Thy throne above]
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Anniversary Greeting Song

Author: Lizzie DeArmond Hymnal: World-Wide Hosannas #135 (1904) Topics: Anniversary First Line: We come, we come, we merrily come Refrain First Line: We come, we come, with joyful lay Languages: English Tune Title: [We come, we come, we merrily come]
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Thank God! This Anniversary Day

Author: Lizzie DeArmond Hymnal: World-Wide Hosannas #136 (1904) Topics: Anniversary First Line: A happy greeting now we bring Languages: English Tune Title: [A happy greeting now we bring]
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Anniversary Hymn

Author: Z. Montgomery Gibson Hymnal: World-Wide Hosannas #137 (1904) Topics: Anniversary First Line: Thy people, Lord, throughout all time Languages: English Tune Title: [Thy people, Lord, throughout all time]
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Anniversary Hymn

Author: L. G. Pray Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #170 (1844) Topics: Anniversary Hymn First Line: Welcome, welcome is the greeting Languages: English
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Anniversary Hymn

Author: Dr. E. Bartlett Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #171 (1844) Topics: Anniversary Hymn First Line: The season's happy voices Languages: English
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Anniversary Hymn

Author: Francis Brown Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #172 (1844) Topics: Anniversary Hymn First Line: The Sunday school with joy so full Languages: English
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Anniversary Hymn

Author: Pierpont Hymnal: The Boston Sunday School Hymn Book #173 (1844) Topics: Anniversary Hymn First Line: Shall those our teachers be forgot Languages: English

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