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Awakening chorus

Author: Charlotte G. Homer Hymnal: Worship and Service #158 (1916) Topics: Choir and Chorus Selections First Line: Awake, awake, and sing the blessed story Refrain First Line: The Lord Jehovah reigns and sin is backward hurled Tune Title: [Awake, awake, and sing the blessed story]
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Jesus is Dearer Than All

Author: G. B. Hymnal: Tabernacle Hymns No. 2 #216 (1921) Topics: Choir and Choruses; Choir and Choruses First Line: Jesus is my loving Savior Refrain First Line: Jesus, Jesus, dearer than all to me Tune Title: [Jesus is my loving Savior]
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He's a Wonderful Savior to Me

Author: Virgil P. Brock Hymnal: Full Redemption Songs #72 (1933) Topics: Choir and Choruses First Line: I was lost in sin, but Jesus rescued me Refrain First Line: For He’s a wonderful Savior to me Tune Title: [I was lost in sin, but Jesus rescued me]

Anchored at Last

Author: Mrs. C. H. M. Hymnal: Full Redemption Songs #81 (1933) Topics: Choir and Choruses First Line: O so long was my bark tossed about on life’s sea Refrain First Line: At last! at last Tune Title: [O so long was my bark tossed about on life’s sea]
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Is It the Crowning Day?

Author: George Walker Whitcomb Hymnal: Full Redemption Songs #130 (1933) Topics: Choir and Choruses First Line: Jesus may come today Refrain First Line: Glad day, glad day Tune Title: [Jesus may come today]
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What Shall the Harvest Be?

Hymnal: Full Redemption Songs #199 (1933) Topics: Choir and Choruses First Line: Sowing the seed by the daylight fair Refrain First Line: Sown in the darkness or sown in the light Tune Title: [Sowing the seed by the daylight fair]

O That Will Be Glory

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Full Redemption Songs #6 (1933) Topics: Choir and Choruses First Line: When all my labors and trials are o’er Refrain First Line: O that will be glory for me Tune Title: [When all my labors and trials are o’er]
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The city of dreams

Author: Jessie Brown Pounds Hymnal: Worship and Service #12 (1916) Topics: Choir and Chorus Selections First Line: There's a city of dreams, thro' the mist sends its gleams Refrain First Line: O the city of dreams that so near to me seems Lyrics: 1 There's a City of Dreams, thro' the mist sends its gleams Of sapphire and jasper and gold, And they fall thro' the gray o'er a travel-worn way, In beauty that cannot be told. Refrain: O the City of Dreams that so near to me seems, Where rest comes when toiling is done! O the City foursquare, beyond earthly compare, The City that needs not the sun! 2 There are times when it seems this fair City of Dreams, So close that its song I can hear; And the things of my sight seem to fade into night, As visions of glory appear. [Refrain] 3 O my soul, be thou strong, for the way is not long,— I follow the beckoning gleams, For the way is not long as I list to the song, And press tow'rd the City of Dreams. [Refrain] Tune Title: [There's a city of dreams, thro' the mist sends its gleams]
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I Will Sing the Wondrous Story

Author: F. H. Rowley Hymnal: Worship and Service #18 (1916) Topics: Choir and Chorus Selections Refrain First Line: Yes, I'll sing the wondrous story Tune Title: [I will sing the wondrous story]
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Sail On!

Author: C. H. G. Hymnal: Tabernacle Hymns No. 2 #24 (1921) Topics: Choir and Choruses First Line: Upon a wide and stormy sea Refrain First Line: Sail on! Sail on Tune Title: [Upon a wide and stormy sea]

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