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How sweet to feel the Savior near

How sweet to feel the Savior near

Author: J. W. Slaughenhaupt
Tune: [Precious Words of Peace]
Published in 5 hymnals

Author: J. W. Slaughenhaupt

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Text Information

First Line: How sweet to feel the Savior near
Author: J. W. Slaughenhaupt
Refrain First Line: Precious words of peace



Instances (1 - 5 of 5)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Gathered Jewels: a collection of Sunday School hymns and tunes by a selected corps of authors of great prominence; this book contains a department of christian heart songs especially prepared for youn #126Page Scan
Heavenward: a choice selection of sacred songs, adapted to the wants of Sunday Schools, Praise Meetings and the Home Circle #113Page Scan
Song Treasury #d57
The Search Light: a collection of songs for Sunday schools and gospel meetings #64
The Wave of Sunday School Song #d36
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