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He Was Dying for Me

Author: Unknown Appears in 1 hymnal Lyrics: 1 He was dying for me; He was dying for me. O it is wonderful! How can it be? He was dying for me, for me. 2 He was bleeding for me; He was bleeding for me. O it is wonderful! How can it be? He was bleeding for me, for me. 3 He was crying for me; He was crying for me. O it is wonderful! How can it be? He was crying for me, for me. Topics: Jesus Christ Atonement Used With Tune: [He was dying for me]
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Yesterday, Today, Forever

Author: Albert B. Simpson Appears in 20 hymnals Lyrics: Yesterday, today, forever, Jesus is the same. All may change, but Jesus never! Glory to His name! Glory to His name! Glory to His name! All may change, but Jesus never! Glory to His name! Topics: Assurance; Testimony, Witness and Evangelism Used With Tune: [Yesterday, today, forever]
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You'd Better Mind

Appears in 2 hymnals First Line: You'd better mind how you talk Lyrics: 1 You'd better mind how you talk, you'd better mind what you talkin' about, You got to give account in the Judgment, you'd better mind. You'd better mind, you'd better mind, You got to give account in the Judgment, you'd better mind. 2 You'd better mind how you sing, you'd better mind what you singin' about, You got to give account in the Judgment, you'd better mind. You'd better mind, you'd better mind, You got to give account in the Judgment, you'd better mind. 3 You'd better mind how you shout, you'd better mind what you shoutin' about, You got to give account in the Judgment, you'd better mind. You'd better mind, you'd better mind, You got to give account in the Judgment, you'd better mind. Topics: Choir Selections; Renewal and Revival; Spirituals Used With Tune: [You'd better mind how you talk] Text Sources: Traditional

God Is At Work Within You

Appears in 2 hymnals Topics: Assurance; Encouragement; Scripture Choruses Scripture: Philippians 2:13 Used With Tune: [God is at work within you]
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Wonderful, Wonderful Jesus

Author: Benjamin A. Baur Appears in 12 hymnals Lyrics: Wonderful, wonderful Jesus, Who can compare with Thee! Wonderful, wonderful Jesus, Fairer than all art Thou to me! Wonderful, wonderful Jesus, O how my soul loves Thee! Fairer than all the fairest, Jesus, art Thou to me! Topics: Worship and Adoration Used With Tune: [Wonderful, wonderful Jesus]

Grow Closer

Author: Doris Akers Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: There's a still small voice saying to me Topics: Dedication and Devotion Used With Tune: [There's a still small voice saying to me]
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Ain't No Harm Done

Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: Ain't no harm done calling on Jesus Lyrics: 1 Ain't no harm done calling on Jesus, Ain't no harm done calling on Jesus, Ain't no harm done calling on Jesus, calling on the name of the Lord. 2 I got the victory calling on Jesus, I got the victory calling on Jesus, I got the victory calling on Jesus, calling on the name of the Lord. Topics: Call and Responses; Choir Selections; Testimony, Witness and Evangelism Used With Tune: [Ain't no harm done calling on Jesus]
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Friendship with Jesus

Author: Joe C. Ludgate Appears in 47 hymnals First Line: A friend of Jesus, O what bliss Lyrics: 1 A friend of Jesus, O what bliss That one so weak as I Should ever have a friend like this To lead me to the sky. Refrain: Friendship with Jesus, Fellowship divine; O what blessed sweet communion, Jesus is a friend of mine. 2 A friend when other friendships cease, A friend when others fail; A friend who gives me joy and peace, A friend who will prevail. [Refrain] 3 A friend to lead me in the dark, A friend who knows the way; A friend to steer my weak, frail bark, A friend my debts to pay. [Refrain] 4 A friend when sickness lays me low, A friend when death draws near; A friend as through the vale I go, A friend to help and cheer. [Refrain] 5 A friend when life’s rough voyage is o’er, A friend when death is past. A friend to greet on Heaven’s shore, A friend when home at last. [Refrain] Topics: Jesus Christ Friend Used With Tune: [A friend of Jesus, O what bliss]

Learning to Lean

Author: John Stallings Appears in 6 hymnals First Line: A joy I can't explain is filling my soul Refrain First Line: Learning to lean, learning to lean Topics: Choir Selections; Dedication and Devotion Used With Tune: [A joy I can't explain is filling my soul ]

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