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Christian Progress and Reform

Author: Miss Carey Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #817 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Toiling in the earthly vineyard
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The Christin Reformer Encouraged

Author: Hastings Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #816 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: He that goeth forth with weeping Tune Title: DINSMOOR
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Reign of Christian Peace

Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #821 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Years are coming, speed them onward
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Christian Hope and Action

Author: Sterling Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #801 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Still hope, still act, Be sure that life
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Reign of Christian Peace

Author: Mrs. Gilbert Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #822 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Hark, the sounds of joy and gladness
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Stand for the Right

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #777 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Be firm, be bold, be strong, be true Tune Title: ST. ANN'S
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Bread every Yoke

Author: Anonymous Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #778 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Break every yoke, the gospel cries
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Who is my Neighbor?

Author: Peabody Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #779 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Who is thy neighbor, he whom thou
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Giving and Receiving

Author: French Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #780 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Make channels for the streams of love
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Charity

Hymnal: The Gospel Psalmist #781 (1861) Topics: Christian Philanthropy and Reform First Line: Go to the pillow of disease

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