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He that Winneth Souls

Author: Emily E. Hewitt Hymnal: Redemption Songs #317 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: Blessed is the service of our Lord and King Refrain First Line: He that winneth souls is wise Languages: English Tune Title: [Blessed is the service of our Lord and King]
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Homeward Bound

Author: R. F. Beveridge Hymnal: Redemption Songs #452 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: Trav'ling on the sea of life we're homeward bound Refrain First Line: We're homeward bound for glory Lyrics: 1 Trav'ling on the sea of life we're homeward bound, Drifting wrecks and struggling souls are all around; But we do not fear the voyage, for we know That the Saviour steers us as we onward go. Refrain: We're homeward bound for glory, Homeward bound for glory; There we'll meet with lov'd ones gone before, We're homeward bound for glory, Homeward bound for glory, All the storms of life will soon be o'er. 2 Jesus guides our storm-toss'd barque across the seas, He will bring us safely to the port of peace; He's the Pilot; He is standing at the helm, And no angry winds or waves can overwhelm. [Refrain] 3 Come on board the Gospel vessel, do not stay, And we'll help you as we journey on the way; Soon to harbour at our Father's blest abode, We will worship in the city of our God. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Trav'ling on the sea of life we're homeward bound]

Light of life, so softly shining

Author: Horatius Bonar, 1808-1889 Hymnal: The Book of Praise #775 (1918) Meter: 8.7.8.4 with repeat Topics: Hymns for the Young Christian Life and Service Languages: English Tune Title: LIGHT OF LIFE
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The Christian's Rest

Author: S. G. Harmer Hymnal: Redemption Songs #335 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: In the Christian's home in glory Refrain First Line: On the other side of Jordan Languages: English Tune Title: [In the Christian's home in glory]
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Oh, Christians leagued together

Author: L. W. Cassaday Hymnal: Wartburg Hymnal #342 (1918) Topics: Christian Life and Service Lyrics: 1 Oh, Christians leagued together, To battle for the right, Arise, and don your armor, Put the foe to flight; We’ve given our allegiance, To serve without surcease, The mighty Lord of armies And gentle Prince of Peace. All hail, our royal colors, For kingly lives unfold, Beneath our Luther ensign, Black, red, white, blue and gold. 2 Then onward be the war cry, And onward still, so long As we have self to conquer, Souls to cheer with song: Let sound the martial music, Ring out the bugle call, To rally for the conflict Our people one and all! All hail, our royal colors, For kingly lives unfold, Beneath our Luther ensign, Black, red, white, blue and gold. 3 We proudly bear as banner A cross within the heart, To show that we have chosen Christ, the better part. Then joy, and peace, and comfort Shall blossom as a rose, Until our earthly blessings The worth of heav'n disclose. All hail, our royal colors, For kingly lives unfold, Beneath our Luther ensign, Black, red, white, blue and gold.
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A Channel of Blessing

Author: H. G. Smyth Hymnal: Redemption Songs #344 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: Is your life a channel of blessing? Refrain First Line: Make me a channel of blessing today! Languages: English Tune Title: [Is your life a channel of blessing?]
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I'm Going Home at Last

Author: Johnson Oatman Hymnal: Redemption Songs #354 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: When I see life's golden sunset lighting up the rosy west Languages: English Tune Title: [When I see life's golden sunset lighting up the rosy]
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I Shall Know Him

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: Redemption Songs #364 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: When my life-work is ended, and I cross the swelling tide Refrain First Line: I shall know Him, I shall know Him Languages: English Tune Title: [When my life-work is ended, and I cross the swelling tide]
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From Death Unto Life

Author: Alice Cary Hymnal: Redemption Songs #380 (1937) Meter: 7.6.7.6 D Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: Till I learned to love Thy name Languages: English Tune Title: SALVATION'S STORY
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Every Day and Hour

Author: Fanny J. Crosby Hymnal: Redemption Songs #407 (1937) Topics: Christian Life and Service First Line: Saviour, more than life to me Refrain First Line: Ev'ry day, ev'ry hour Languages: English Tune Title: [Saviour, more than life to me]

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