Ӣʫ 1Glory be to God the Father,
Ӣʫ 2Glory, glory, glory, praise and adoration!
Ӣʫ 3Come, Thou Almighty King,
Ӣʫ 4Father of heav'n, whose love profound
Ӣʫ 5God, our Father, we adore Thee!
Ӣʫ 6Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty!
Ӣʫ 7 Glory, glory to the Father!
Ӣʫ 8Praise God, from whom all blessings flow;
Ӣʫ 9Glory be to God the Father,
Ӣʫ 10O God, th' eternal Father, Thou,
Ӣʫ 11Thou, Father, who art Spirit true,
Ӣʫ 12O God, Thou. art the source of life,
Ӣʫ 13Thou art love and Thou art light, Lord,
Ӣʫ 14Immortal, invisible, God only wise,
Ӣʫ 15O God, Thou art transcendent,
Ӣʫ 16Our Father, as the evergreen,
Ӣʫ 17My Father God, when on Thy vast creation.
Ӣʫ 18How faithful and trustworthy too,
Ӣʫ 19"Great is Thy faithfulness," O God mv Father,
Ӣʫ 20 God our Father, we adore Thee,
Ӣʫ 21We praise Thee for Thy righteousness;
Ӣʫ 22Holy Father, we adore Thee,
Ӣʫ 23In all Thy wisdom, Father God,
Ӣʫ 24O God in Christ all focused is
Ӣʫ 25Father, to us Thy mercy Thou hast shown,
Ӣʫ 26 God, we praise Thee for Thy mercy,
Ӣʫ 27Come, let us all unite to sing,
Ӣʫ 28The love of God is greater far
Ӣʫ 29What was it, blessed God,
Ӣʫ 30What love Thou hast bestowed on us,
Ӣʫ 31All that we were-our sin, our guilt,
Ӣʫ 32We bow and worship, Father, here
Ӣʫ 33Father, long before creation,
Ӣʫ 34Father, 'twas Thy love that knew us
Ӣʫ 35Blest Father of glory, we worship:
Ӣʫ 36We praise Thee, glorious Father,
Ӣʫ 37O God! we see Thee in the Lamb
Ӣʫ 38Of all the gifts Thy love bestows,
Ӣʫ 39To God be the glory, great things He hath
Ӣʫ 40We praise Thee, O God,
Ӣʫ 41We are never weary singing our eternal song:
Ӣʫ 42By Thee, O God, invited,
Ӣʫ 43"Abba, Father," we approach Thee
Ӣʫ 44O Holy Father, who in tender love
Ӣʫ 45Abba, Father! we adore Thee,
Ӣʫ 46 O gracious God, Thy pleasure
Ӣʫ 47Father, Thy name our souls would bless,
Ӣʫ 48We bless Thee, God and Father,
Ӣʫ 49 Gracious God, we worship Thee,
Ӣʫ 50Father, Thy Son beloved leads our praise
Ӣʫ 51Our God and Father, we respond to Thee
Ӣʫ 52Father, to Thee a joyful song we raise
Ӣʫ 53Our God and Father, we respond anew
Ӣʫ 54O God and Father, we our praises bring,
Ӣʫ 55O God our Father, we would come to Thee
Ӣʫ 56Dear Lord, Thou art the Word of God,
Ӣʫ 57The image of the Father God,
Ӣʫ 58Thou art the living Word, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 59Thou art the everlasting Word,
Ӣʫ 60Of the Father's love begotten,
Ӣʫ 61O Lord, Thou art the Son of man,
Ӣʫ 62Dear Lord Jesus, we adore Thee,
Ӣʫ 63Praise to the Holiest in the height,
Ӣʫ 64O soul-inspiring story-
Ӣʫ 65Jesus! that name we love,
Ӣʫ 66How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds
Ӣʫ 67The name of Jesus is so sweet,
Ӣʫ 68Lord, Thy Name is calld Jesus,
Ӣʫ 69Thy name we love, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 70There is a name I love to hear,
Ӣʫ 71Jesus! how much Thy name unfolds
Ӣʫ 72Jesus, the name high over all,
Ӣʫ 73Glorious, mighty Name of Jesus,
Ӣʫ 74There is a name to Jesus given,
Ӣʫ 75Jesus, Name of matchless splendor!
Ӣʫ 76In the Name of Jesus
Ӣʫ 77Lift that Name high! That glorious Name,
Ӣʫ 78Gracious Lord, Thy name "I AM" is,
Ӣʫ 79All praise to Him who reigns on high,
Ӣʫ 80Join all the glorious names
Ӣʫ 81O Lord, Thy being is of old,
Ӣʫ 82Down from His glory,
Ӣʫ 83Hark! what mean those holy voices
Ӣʫ 84Hark! the herald angels sing,
Ӣʫ 85O come, all ye faithful! joyfully triumphant,
Ӣʫ 86Though Thou art God, most glorious, high,
Ӣʫ 87O Lord! When we the path retrace
Ӣʫ 88How beauteous were the marks divine,
Ӣʫ 89What grace, O Lord, and beauty shone
Ӣʫ 90Lord, accept our feeble song!
Ӣʫ 91It was alone the Savior prayed
Ӣʫ 92O dearest Lord, what law hast Thou e'er
Ӣʫ 93Lord, we treasure with affection
Ӣʫ 94O Christ, what burdens bow'd Thy head!
Ӣʫ 95O Head once full of bruises,
Ӣʫ 96My song is love unknown,
Ӣʫ 97Thy sorrows, Savior, we retrace,
Ӣʫ 98Jesus! Source of life eternal!
Ӣʫ 99'Tis midnight, and on Olive's brow
Ӣʫ 100The Maker of the universe
Ӣʫ 101When we survey the wondrous cross
Ӣʫ 102We sing the praise of Him who died,
Ӣʫ 103Behold! behold the Lamb of God,
Ӣʫ 104Alas! and did my Savior bleed?
Ӣʫ 105Himself He could not save,
Ӣʫ 106No blood, no altar now,
Ӣʫ 107Not all the blood of beasts,
Ӣʫ 108"Man of Sorrows," what a name
Ӣʫ 109The veil is rent! Lo! Jesus stands
Ӣʫ 110O solemn hour! O hour alone,
Ӣʫ 111Jesus, the sinner's Friend,
Ӣʫ 112How sweet is the story of Christ's boundless
Ӣʫ 113How pleasant is the sound of praise!
Ӣʫ 114Hail, Thou once despisd Jesus!
Ӣʫ 115Glory be to Jesus,
Ӣʫ 116How wonderful redemption is,
Ӣʫ 117Christ the Lord is ris'n indeed,
Ӣʫ 118Christ is risen! Hallelujah!
Ӣʫ 119Hallelujah, "He is risen!"
Ӣʫ 120The Lord is ris'n; and death's dark judgment
Ӣʫ 121Thine be the glory, risen, conquering Son,
Ӣʫ 122Thou, Lord, to death's domain
Ӣʫ 123Low in the grave He lay-
Ӣʫ 124Praise Him! praise Him! Christ is Victor!
Ӣʫ 125Hallelujah! sing to Jesus,
Ӣʫ 126To Thee, dear Lord, O Christ of God,
Ӣʫ 127Hark! ten thousand voices crying,
Ӣʫ 128Far above all is our Savior enthroned;
Ӣʫ 129Behold the Lamb with glory crowned,
Ӣʫ 130See the Conqu'ror mount in triumph,
Ӣʫ 131O Jesus, Lord, 'tis joy to know
Ӣʫ 132Lo! in heaven Jesus sitting,
Ӣʫ 133Lord Jesus , Thou art Lord of all,
Ӣʫ 134Glory, everlasting glory
Ӣʫ 135O my Savior, glorified!
Ӣʫ 136Gazing on the Lord in glory,
Ӣʫ 137All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name!
Ӣʫ 138All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name!
Ӣʫ 139All hail the pow'r of Jesus' name!
Ӣʫ 140Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious;
Ӣʫ 141Jesus, Thy head, once crown'd with thorns,
Ӣʫ 142Crown Him with many crowns,
Ӣʫ 143On His Father's throne is seated
Ӣʫ 144Lord of glory, we adore Thee!
Ӣʫ 145Jesus shall reign where'er the sun
Ӣʫ 146Rejoice, the Lord is King,
Ӣʫ 147Lord, Thou art God's anointed,
Ӣʫ 148Lord, the King of kings art Thou,
Ӣʫ 149Hark! Ten thousand heav'nly voices
Ӣʫ 150Praise, praise ye the name of our Savior and
Ӣʫ 151Sing we the King who is coming to reign,
Ӣʫ 152O how deep and how far-reaching
Ӣʫ 153O blessd Savior, is Thy love
Ӣʫ 154It passeth knowledge, that dear love
Ӣʫ 155Christ delivered me when bound,
Ӣʫ 156I have a Friend, whose faithful love
Ӣʫ 157Lord Jesus, are we one with Thee?
Ӣʫ 158Lord, Thy love has sought and found us
Ӣʫ 159Give me a sight, O Savior,
Ӣʫ 160King of my life, I crown Thee now,
Ӣʫ 161Praise the Savior, ye who know Him!
Ӣʫ 162With praise and thanksgiving there
Ӣʫ 163O for a thousand tongues to sing
Ӣʫ 164Let me sing, for the glory of heaven
Ӣʫ 165My song shall be of Jesus;
Ӣʫ 166Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the
Ӣʫ 167How good is the Lord we adore,
Ӣʫ 168Now in a song of grateful praise,
Ӣʫ 169Thou, Lord, to God art precious,
Ӣʫ 170Lord, Thou art the lovely Bridegroom,
Ӣʫ 171Lord Jesus Christ, our heart feels sweet
Ӣʫ 172I cannot breathe enough of Thee,
Ӣʫ 173Thou art fairer than the morning,
Ӣʫ 174O Morning Star, how fair and bright,
Ӣʫ 175Fairest Lord Jesus!
Ӣʫ 176Jesus, wondrous Savior!
Ӣʫ 177Majestic sweetness sits enthroned
Ӣʫ 178Our hearts are full of Christ and long
Ӣʫ 179Glory to Christ on high!
Ӣʫ 180Jesus, our Lord, with what joy we adore Thee,
Ӣʫ 181'Tis the Church triumphant singing,
Ӣʫ 182Jesus, Thou alone art worthy
Ӣʫ 183Come, let us join our cheerful songs,
Ӣʫ 184Come, let us sing the song of songs,
Ӣʫ 185Blessed Lord, our hallelujahs
Ӣʫ 186Glory be to Him who loved us,
Ӣʫ 187This hymn may be used as five separate
Ӣʫ 188This hymn may be shortened by singing only
Ӣʫ 189Thou art the Son beloved,
Ӣʫ 190O Lord, as we consider Thee,
Ӣʫ 191Lord, Thou art the "Seed of woman,"
Ӣʫ 192We come, O Christ, to Thee,
Ӣʫ 193Dear Lord, Thou art so much to us
Ӣʫ 194Thou art God's. testimony, Lord,
Ӣʫ 195Lord, Thou art all the offerings
Ӣʫ 196Lord, the ancient types and symbols
Ӣʫ 197How all-inclusive, Lord, Thou art;
Ӣʫ 198Dear Lord, Thou art the Tree of Life,
Ӣʫ 199Thou art the Rock everlasting,
Ӣʫ 200Thou art the Sun of righteousness
Ӣʫ 201O Lord, Thou art our Paraclete,
Ӣʫ 202O Lord, Thou art the Alpha
Ӣʫ 203In the bosom of the Father,
Ӣʫ 204Gathered in Thy name, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 205Jesus, Thou Joy of loving hearts,
Ӣʫ 206O Christ He is the fountain,
Ӣʫ 207Lord Jesus! when we think of Thee,
Ӣʫ 208O Jesus, Jesus, dearest Lord!
Ӣʫ 209Jesus, the very thought of Thee
Ӣʫ 210I've found a friend in Jesus, He's everything
Ӣʫ 211Jesus, my Savior! Thou art mine,
Ӣʫ 212Lord Jesus, gladly do our lips express
Ӣʫ 213On that same night, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 214According to Thy gracious word,
Ӣʫ 215Jesus, Lord, we know Thee present
Ӣʫ 216Around Thy table, holy Lord,
Ӣʫ 217On that night of nights most solemn,
Ӣʫ 218As gathered in Thy precious name,
Ӣʫ 219Lord Jesus Christ, we would remember Thee,
Ӣʫ 220When on Thy table, Lord, we gaze,
Ӣʫ 221Lord, we thank Thee for the table,
Ӣʫ 222Dear Lord, we thank Thee for this bread,
Ӣʫ 223On the table of Thy love,
Ӣʫ 224As we're sharing of the cup,
Ӣʫ 225Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face;
Ӣʫ 226For the bread and for the wine,
Ӣʫ 227Through the bread and cup, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 228Sweet feast of love divine!
Ӣʫ 229Gathered round Thyself, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 230Lord Jesus, in Thy precious name,
Ӣʫ 231Amidst us our Beloved stands,
Ӣʫ 232By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored,
Ӣʫ 233O what a miracle, my Lord,
Ӣʫ 234Who is He in yonder stall,
Ӣʫ 235Praise Him! praise Him! Jesus, our blessed
Ӣʫ 236Lamb of God! our souls adore Thee,
Ӣʫ 237Amazing words!-He 'gave Himself for me,'
Ӣʫ 238When. morning gilds the skies,
Ӣʫ 239Ten thousand thanks to Jesus,
Ӣʫ 240Glory, honor, praise and power,
Ӣʫ 241Blessing and honor and glory be Thine,
Ӣʫ 242The Spirit of God today
Ӣʫ 243God's Spirit is of Christ today,
Ӣʫ 244The Holy Spirit is today
Ӣʫ 245Oh, spread the tidings 'round, wherever man is
Ӣʫ 246Joys are flowing like a river,
Ӣʫ 247Our blest Redeemer ere He breathed
Ӣʫ 248Fainting in the desert,
Ӣʫ 249Flow through me, Lord, a weak and earthly
Ӣʫ 250Spring up, well, with water;
Ӣʫ 251Rivers of living water,
Ӣʫ 252Thou Breath from still eternity
Ӣʫ 253Breathe on us, Lord of life,
Ӣʫ 254O Lord of life, breathe on us now,
Ӣʫ 255O Lord, breathe Thy Spirit on me,
Ӣʫ 256Oh, blow upon us, Lord, while here we wait
Ӣʫ 257Lord, may Thy Wind of heaven blow
Ӣʫ 258"With one accord" within an upper room
Ӣʫ 259Lord, I hear of show'rs of blessing
Ӣʫ 260There shall be showers of blessing:
Ӣʫ 261Praise waiteth Thee in mercy's court,
Ӣʫ 262Come, Lord, as the Spirit come,
Ӣʫ 263God Sent His mighty pow'r
Ӣʫ 264Jesus, Thine all-victorious love
Ӣʫ 265Where the sprinkling of the blood is,
Ӣʫ 266Divine anointing in me dwelleth,
Ӣʫ 267Fill me with Thy gracious Spirit,
Ӣʫ 268How I Thee, precious Savior,
Ӣʫ 269O Lord, with Thy Holy Ghost,
Ӣʫ 270Lord, in Thy Spirit, take and fill my heart;
Ӣʫ 271Of the Spirit born in spirit,
Ӣʫ 272Christ indeed was born of Spirit
Ӣʫ 273Lord, we come to Thee, and with liberty
Ӣʫ 274O Lord, we seek the power we need;
Ӣʫ 275Thy Holy Spirit, Lord, alone
Ӣʫ 276What a blessed fact! What a tiding glad!
Ӣʫ 277Christ the Savior hath ascended
Ӣʫ 278The Spirit of life is within us today,
Ӣʫ 279First the blood, and then the ointment,
Ӣʫ 280Lord, may Thy blood now cleanse me,
Ӣʫ 281Lord, the Spirit, Truth divine,
Ӣʫ 282Lord of light, with light divine,
Ӣʫ 283Lord, Thou knowest all the hunger
Ӣʫ 284Loved with everlasting love,
Ӣʫ 285Come and rejoice with me!
Ӣʫ 286Of Jesus' love that sought me,
Ӣʫ 287Jesus, Jesus, Jesus!
Ӣʫ 288I've found a Friend, oh, such a Friend!
Ӣʫ 289I stand all amazed at the love Jesus offers me,
Ӣʫ 290I stand amazed in the presence
Ӣʫ 291I am so glad that our Father in heav'n
Ӣʫ 292A debtor to mercy alone,
Ӣʫ 293Cleansed in our Savior's precious Blood,
Ӣʫ 294Gone from my heart the world and all its
Ӣʫ 295God's Christ, who is my righteousness,
Ӣʫ 296And can it be that I should gain
Ӣʫ 297"No condemnation!" precious word!
Ӣʫ 298My hope is built on nothing less
Ӣʫ 299A mind at perfect peace with God;
Ӣʫ 300Arise, my soul, arise!
Ӣʫ 301Redeemed-how I love to proclaim it!
Ӣʫ 302I have a song I love to sing,
Ӣʫ 303Nor silver nor gold hath obtained my
Ӣʫ 304How should the Lord keep back His sword
Ӣʫ 305I will sing of my Redeemer,
Ӣʫ 306I belong to Jesus;
Ӣʫ 307On Calvary's brow my Savior died
Ӣʫ 308Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine;
Ӣʫ 309What a wonderful change in my life has been
Ӣʫ 310Once I was bound by sin's galling fetters,
Ӣʫ 311Naught have I gotten but what I received;
Ӣʫ 312Grace! 'tis a charming sound.
Ӣʫ 313Amazing grace! how sweet the sound,
Ӣʫ 314Sov'reign grace o'er sin abounding,
Ӣʫ 315Saved to the uttermost, I am the Lord's;
Ӣʫ 316Some day the silver cord will break,
Ӣʫ 317Dear Savior, Thou art mine,
Ӣʫ 318Precious Savior, Thou hast saved me;
Ӣʫ 319Come, Thou Fount of every blessing,
Ӣʫ 320In loving-kindness Jesus came
Ӣʫ 321Full salvation! Full salvation!
Ӣʫ 322Many weary years I vainly sought a spring,
Ӣʫ 323I heard the voice of Jesus say,
Ӣʫ 324Far away the noise of strife upon my ear is
Ӣʫ 325All my life long I had panted
Ӣʫ 326He lives, the great Redeemer lives,
Ӣʫ 327Before the throne of God above
Ӣʫ 328Complete in Thee! no work of mine
Ӣʫ 329Blessed be God, our God,
Ӣʫ 330My faith has found a resting place,
Ӣʫ 331Will your anchor hold in the storms of life,
Ӣʫ 332I hear the words of love,
Ӣʫ 333I know not why God's wondrous grace
Ӣʫ 334A wonderful Savior is Jesus my Lord,
Ӣʫ 335I was lost in sin but Jesus rescued me,
Ӣʫ 336Jesus has loved me, wonderful Savior!
Ӣʫ 337I will sing the wondrous story
Ӣʫ 338Wounded for me, wounded for me,
Ӣʫ 339How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord,
Ӣʫ 340Standing on the promises of Christ my King,
Ӣʫ 341When peace like a river attendeth my way,
Ӣʫ 342Years I spent in vanity and pride,
Ӣʫ 343There is sunshine in my soul today,
Ӣʫ 344Grace there is my every debt to pay,
Ӣʫ 345I wandered in the shades of night,
Ӣʫ 346I am not skilled to understand
Ӣʫ 347O happy day that fixed my choice
Ӣʫ 348Since Christ my soul from sin set free,
Ӣʫ 349As pants the hart for cooling streams
Ӣʫ 350My goal is God Himself, not joy, nor peace,
Ӣʫ 351God the Almighty, Uncreated Life,
Ӣʫ 352In the wilderness for God!
Ӣʫ 353I need Jesus, my need I now confess;
Ӣʫ 354Come in, O come! the door stands open now;
Ӣʫ 355O blessed, living Lord,
Ӣʫ 356Thou Magnet of my soul!
Ӣʫ 357Come, Jesus, Lord, with holy fire,
Ӣʫ 358Love Divine, all love excelling,
Ӣʫ 359O Light of light, shine in!
Ӣʫ 360O Everlasting Light,
Ӣʫ 361O Love divine, by Christ revealed,
Ӣʫ 362He died for me that I might live;
Ӣʫ 363Lord, I would have Thyself in all Thy beauty,
Ӣʫ 364Jesus, my life, Thyself apply;
Ӣʫ 365Jesus, Thy life is mine,
Ӣʫ 366Christ, whose glory fills the skies
Ӣʫ 367Be Thou supreme, O Jesus Christ,
Ӣʫ 368More love to Thee, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 369Let me love Thee, Thou art claiming
Ӣʫ 370Abide with me! fast falls the eventide;
Ӣʫ 371I need Thee every hour,
Ӣʫ 372Nothing between my soul and the Savior,
Ӣʫ 373Nothing between, Lord, nothing between;
Ӣʫ 374Sun of my soul, Thou Savior dear,
Ӣʫ 375There is a place of quiet rest,
Ӣʫ 376Fill Thou my life, O Lord my God,
Ӣʫ 377If the path I travel
Ӣʫ 378Savior, lead me up the mountain,
Ӣʫ 379I hunger and I thirst;
Ӣʫ 380O Bread to pilgrims given,
Ӣʫ 381Fill all my vision, Savior, I pray,
Ӣʫ 382More about Jesus would I know,
Ӣʫ 383My stubborn will at last hath yielded;
Ӣʫ 384My Jesus, as Thou wilt!
Ӣʫ 385Oh, tame me, Lord! rebellious nature calm,
Ӣʫ 386Thou my everlasting Portion,
Ӣʫ 387I am Thine, O Lord, I have heard Thy voice,
Ӣʫ 388Hold Thou my hand: so weak I am, and
Ӣʫ 389Lord Jesus, I long in Thy presence to live,
Ӣʫ 390Savior, lead me, this I pray,
Ӣʫ 391Guide me, O Thou gracious Savior,
Ӣʫ 392Jesus, Savior, pilot me
Ӣʫ 393Thy way, not mine, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 394Unto him that hath Thou givest
Ӣʫ 395O Jesus Christ, grow Thou in me,
Ӣʫ 396I'm pressing on the upward way,
Ӣʫ 397More holiness give me,
Ӣʫ 398O to be like Thee! blessed Redeemer;
Ӣʫ 399Changed into His likeness!
Ӣʫ 400Earthly pleasures vainly call me,
Ӣʫ 401May the mind of Christ my Savior
Ӣʫ 402I want that adorning divine,
Ӣʫ 403Live Thyself, Lord Jesus, through me,
Ӣʫ 404Let me come closer to Thee, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 405Having seen the world's fair beauty,
Ӣʫ 406Teach me Thy way, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 407Search me, O God, my action try,
Ӣʫ 408Lord Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole,
Ӣʫ 409One thing I of the Lord desire,
Ӣʫ 410Oh, for a heart to praise my God,
Ӣʫ 411Bless'd are the pure in heart,
Ӣʫ 412Lord, reveal Thyself to me,
Ӣʫ 413Jesus, cast a look on me;
Ӣʫ 414My Savior, Thou has offered rest:
Ӣʫ 415There is a foe whose hidden pow'r
Ӣʫ 416Lower and lower, dear Lord, at Thy feet,
Ӣʫ 417Deep in me, Lord, mark Thou Thy holy
Ӣʫ 418From pray'r that asks that I may be
Ӣʫ 419O God, unblessing and unblest,
Ӣʫ 420Jesus, Redeemer and my one Inspirer,
Ӣʫ 421Jesus, meek and gentle,
Ӣʫ 422Make me a captive, Lord,
Ӣʫ 423Thou hidden love of God, whose height,
Ӣʫ 424Lord, I believe a rest remains
Ӣʫ 425Prince of peace, control my will;
Ӣʫ 426Remove my covering, Lord,
Ӣʫ 427O Love divine, how sweet Thou art,
Ӣʫ 482O Lord, Thy boundless love to me
Ӣʫ 429My faith looks up to Thee,
Ӣʫ 430When I am in the natural man,
Ӣʫ 431Thy mighty love, O God, constraineth me,
Ӣʫ 432O Love, that wilt not let me go,
Ӣʫ 433I am the Lord's! O joy beyond expression,
Ӣʫ 434Lord, Thou hast won, at length I yield;
Ӣʫ 435Oh, the bitter shame and sorrow,
Ӣʫ 436Thy Life was giv'n for me,
Ӣʫ 437Hast thou heard Him, seen Him, know
Ӣʫ 438I've turned my back upon the world
Ӣʫ 439Utterly abandoned
Ӣʫ 440Holy, happy separation!
Ӣʫ 441All to Jesus, I surrender,
Ӣʫ 442Fully surrendered-Lord, I would be,
Ӣʫ 443In full and glad surrender,
Ӣʫ 444All for Jesus! All for Jesus!
Ӣʫ 445Take my life, and let it be
Ӣʫ 446What shall I give Thee, Master?
Ӣʫ 447My spirit, soul, and body,
Ӣʫ 448You have longed for sweet peace, and for
Ӣʫ 449Have Thine own way, Lord,
Ӣʫ 450Lie still, and let Him mould thee!
Ӣʫ 451Not by wrestling, but by clinging
Ӣʫ 452Tell me not of earthly pleasures,
Ӣʫ 453Under an eastern sky,
Ӣʫ 454I lift my heart to Thee,
Ӣʫ 455Every thread I wind this day,
Ӣʫ 456Living for Jesus a life that is true,
Ӣʫ 457My life, my love, I give to Thee,
Ӣʫ 458Living for Jesus, oh, what peace!
Ӣʫ 459Not to ourselves again,
Ӣʫ 460Jesus, I my cross taken,
Ӣʫ 461Down in the valley with my Savior I would
Ӣʫ 462How shall I follow Him I serve?
Ӣʫ 463I love, I love my Master,
Ӣʫ 464My glorious Victor, Prince Divine,
Ӣʫ 465O Jesus, I have promised
Ӣʫ 466He has entered! He has entered!
Ӣʫ 467This day the Lord has spoken,
Ӣʫ 468Am I a soldier of the Cross-
Ӣʫ 469Who is on the Lord's side?
Ӣʫ 470Father, Son and Holy Ghost,
Ӣʫ 471How can I ever stay away
Ӣʫ 472Many crowd the Savior's kingdom,
Ӣʫ 473No mortal tongue can e'er describe
Ӣʫ 474I am one with Thee, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 475One with Thee, Thou Son eternal,
Ӣʫ 476Oh, sacred union with the Perfect Mind,
Ӣʫ 477Though Christ a thousand times
Ӣʫ 478Once I stood in condemnation,
Ӣʫ 479Oh, what a wonderful place
Ӣʫ 480Joined unto Christ the Conqueror,
Ӣʫ 481Crucified with Christ my Savior,
Ӣʫ 482I am crucified with Christ,
Ӣʫ 483Buried with Christ, and raised with Him
Ӣʫ 484When Christ once died on Calvary,
Ӣʫ 485What great provision God has made
Ӣʫ 486Dying with Jesus, by death reckoned mine;
Ӣʫ 487What a wondrous fact, I'm crucified with
Ӣʫ 488Lord, Thou hast show the mystery,
Ӣʫ 489Oh, Jesus, Lord, when Thou on earth
Ӣʫ 490Lord, when the Father ne'er was known,
Ӣʫ 491Lord, Thou didst know when in the flesh,
Ӣʫ 492In all Thy work, O Lord, Thou didst
Ӣʫ 493O Lord, Thou art the Spirit now
Ӣʫ 494Christ is the testimony true
Ӣʫ 495Christ is God' centrality
Ӣʫ 496Christ is one reality of all,
Ӣʫ 497Grace in its highest definition is
Ӣʫ 498This is my wonderful story,
Ӣʫ 499Oh, what a life! Oh, what a peace!
Ӣʫ 500Oh, what a might! Oh, what a strength!
Ӣʫ 501O glorious Christ, Savior mine,
Ӣʫ 502Once I was dead in sin,
Ӣʫ 503I serve a risen Savior;
Ӣʫ 504Jesus, I live to Thee,
Ӣʫ 505There's a Man in the glory
Ӣʫ 506
Ӣʫ 507Once far from God and dead in sin,
Ӣʫ 508Made free! Made free! O captive!
Ӣʫ 509A flowing river and a tree,
Ӣʫ 510I've found the One of peerless worth.
Ӣʫ 511Jesus only is our message,
Ӣʫ 512Jesus, Sun and Shield art Thou,
Ӣʫ 513Once it was the blessing,
Ӣʫ 514There is One amid all changes
Ӣʫ 515All is in Christ;
Ӣʫ 516Lord of all being, throned afar,
Ӣʫ 517Jesus, my Savior, is all things to me;
Ӣʫ 518Whom have I, Lord, in heav'n but Thee?
Ӣʫ 519My heart is fixed, eternal God,
Ӣʫ 520None other Lamb, none other Name,
Ӣʫ 521I thank Thee, Lord, that Thou hast shown,
Ӣʫ 522O Christ, in Thee my soul hath found,
Ӣʫ 523I have come to the Fountain of Life,
Ӣʫ 524I have found, I have found the way
Ӣʫ 525Jesus, Fountain of my days,
Ӣʫ 526Lord, Thou hast made Thyself to me
Ӣʫ 527The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want;
Ӣʫ 528The King of love my Shepherd is,
Ӣʫ 529How tedious and tasteless the hours
Ӣʫ 530Jesus is all the world to me:
Ӣʫ 531Fade, fade each earthly joy;
Ӣʫ 532Thou hidden sources of calm repose,
Ӣʫ 533For every sin however deep,
Ӣʫ 534The Savior can lift every burden,
Ӣʫ 535All things are possible to him
Ӣʫ 536Objective and subjective Christ is to us,
Ӣʫ 537Christ to me is so subjective,
Ӣʫ 538It is God's intent and pleasure
Ӣʫ 539O Lord, Thou art in me as life
Ӣʫ 540What release the Savior gave me!
Ӣʫ 541Not the law of letters,
Ӣʫ 542O the riches of my Savior,
Ӣʫ 543I give my heart to Thee,
Ӣʫ 544Lord Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine;
Ӣʫ 545When this passing world is done,
Ӣʫ 546I love my Lord, but with no love of mine,
Ӣʫ 547Something every heart is loving:
Ӣʫ 548Earthen vessel I was made,
Ӣʫ 549Enter the veil and go without the camp,
Ӣʫ 550Through Thy precious body broken-
Ӣʫ 551I've believed the true report,
Ӣʫ 552Marvel not that Christ in glory
Ӣʫ 553In the secret of His presence
Ӣʫ 554I come to His presence afresh
Ӣʫ 555Still, still with Thee, when purple morning
Ӣʫ 556Thy name is sweet as ointment pourd forth;
Ӣʫ 557Jesus Himself drew near,
Ӣʫ 558What a fellowship, what a joy divine,
Ӣʫ 559Savior, I by faith am touching
Ӣʫ 560Come, O Thou Traveler unknown,
Ӣʫ 561Thou hast said Thou art the Vine, Lord,
Ӣʫ 562Abiding, oh, so wondrous sweet,
Ӣʫ 563Abide in Thee! in that deep love of Thine,
Ӣʫ 564I have learned the wondrous secret
Ӣʫ 565Under His wings I am safely abiding;
Ӣʫ 566Oh, safe to the Rock that is higher than I,
Ӣʫ 567O Lamb of God, still keep me
Ӣʫ 568'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus,
Ӣʫ 569Simply trusting every day;
Ӣʫ 570All my doubts I give to Jesus;
Ӣʫ 571Thou whose name is calld Jesus,
Ӣʫ 572Jesus hath died and hath risen again,
Ӣʫ 573Once I though I walked with Jesus,
Ӣʫ 574Lord Jesus, Thou dost keep Thy child
Ӣʫ 575I take Thy promise, Lord, in all its length,
Ӣʫ 576I clasp the hand of Love divine,
Ӣʫ 577
Ӣʫ 578My will is weak, my strength is frail,
Ӣʫ 579Jesus! I am resting, resting
Ӣʫ 580Resting on the faithfulness of Christ our Lord,
Ӣʫ 581On Thee my heart is resting,
Ӣʫ 582When we walk with the Lord
Ӣʫ 583Go to Him "without the camp,"
Ӣʫ 584Anywhere with Jesus I can safely go,
Ӣʫ 585He leadeth me! O blessed thought,
Ӣʫ 586I can hear my Savior calling,
Ӣʫ 587'Tis so sweet to walk with Jesus,
Ӣʫ 588O blessed life-the heart at rest
Ӣʫ 589God in heaven hath a treasure,
Ӣʫ 590Lo, from vessels, earthen only,
Ӣʫ 591Not I, but Christ be honored, loved, exalted,
Ӣʫ 592The earth absorbs the soft, refreshing rain,
Ӣʫ 593All I have in Adam is but sin and death,
Ӣʫ 594Christ my very peace is
Ӣʫ 595There is always something over,
Ӣʫ 596Mine is the earth, the worlds in all their
Ӣʫ 597I know that my Redeemer lives
Ӣʫ 598All fair within those children of the light,
Ӣʫ 599Lord, I was blind; I could not see
Ӣʫ 600My God, my Portion, and my Love,
Ӣʫ 601My heart is resting, O my God,
Ӣʫ 602O how glorious! O how holy!
Ӣʫ 603Eternal Light! Eternal Light!
Ӣʫ 604Unto the hills around do I lift up
Ӣʫ 605My home is God Himself; Christ brought me
Ӣʫ 606Oh, how the thought of God attracts
Ӣʫ 607O God, our help in ages past,
Ӣʫ 608What mystery, the Father, Son and Spirit,
Ӣʫ 609I praise Thee for Thy mystery,
Ӣʫ 610God's Spirit His transmission is,
Ӣʫ 611God's glorious substance Spirit is,
Ӣʫ 612God intends that all His being
Ӣʫ 613I would commune with Thee, my God;
Ӣʫ 614Nearer, my God, to Thee,
Ӣʫ 615Begin the day with God!
Ӣʫ 616Day is dying in the west,
Ӣʫ 617Thou sweet, beloved will of God,
Ӣʫ 618On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross,
Ӣʫ 619In the cross of Christ I glory,
Ӣʫ 620The cross it standeth fast,
Ӣʫ 621Beneath the cross of Jesus
Ӣʫ 622If we take the cross, will we but suffer pain?
Ӣʫ 623There is no gain but by a loss;
Ӣʫ 624The heavier the cross, the nearer God;
Ӣʫ 625'Tis my happiness below
Ӣʫ 626Olives that have know no pressure
Ӣʫ 627Lord, day by day I veiw Thy wondrous Cross
Ӣʫ 628Via Bethlehem we journey,
Ӣʫ 629Hast thou no scar?
Ӣʫ 630The way of the Cross means sacrifice,
Ӣʫ 631If I'd know Christ's risen power,
Ӣʫ 632Never further than Thy Cross,
Ӣʫ 633And wouldst thou live on earth as "more than
Ӣʫ 634Cross of Christ! lead onward,
Ӣʫ 635Let us contemplate the grape vine,
Ӣʫ 636"If it die," oh, hear the message
Ӣʫ 637"Wrecked outright on Jesus' breast":
Ӣʫ 638To Calv'ry let our eyes be turned,
Ӣʫ 639Death cannot hold the resurrection life,
Ӣʫ 640Life out of death-dear Master, is it spoken
Ӣʫ 641Art thou hung'ring for the fulness
Ӣʫ 642"Within the Veil": be this, belov'd, thy
Ӣʫ 643Take time to behold Him,
Ӣʫ 644Looking unto Jesus,
Ӣʫ 645O soul, are you weary and troubled?
Ӣʫ 646Oh, trust thyself to Jesus
Ӣʫ 647Trust Him when thy wants are many;
Ӣʫ 648Soldier, soldier, fighting in the world's great
Ӣʫ 649Fear not, little flock, from the cross to the
Ӣʫ 650O doubting, struggling Christian,
Ӣʫ 651When is the time to trust?
Ӣʫ 652O troubled soul, beneath the rod
Ӣʫ 653Rest, rest thee, weary heart,
Ӣʫ 654"Be all at rest, my soul!" Oh! blessed secret
Ӣʫ 655Feed on His faithfulness, my soul,
Ӣʫ 656"Consider Him," let Christ thy pattern be,
Ӣʫ 657Can you be obedient
Ӣʫ 658Walk in the light, and thou shalt know
Ӣʫ 659Rejoice in the Lord! Oh, let His mercy cheer;
Ӣʫ 660In nothing be anxious; the Lord is at hand.
Ӣʫ 661Master, how shall I bless Thy name
Ӣʫ 662"On toward the goal!" Press on!
Ӣʫ 663"Forward!" be our watchword,
Ӣʫ 664Rise, my soul, thy God directs thee;
Ӣʫ 665Come, let us to the Lord our God
Ӣʫ 666Watch, for the night is ending!
Ӣʫ 667Seek ye first, not earthly pleasure,
Ӣʫ 668Have you felt the Father's love?
Ӣʫ 669In the heart of Jesus
Ӣʫ 670Take the name of Jesus with you,
Ӣʫ 671Deep down into the depths of this Thy Name,
Ӣʫ 672Not what I am, O Lord, but what Thou art;
Ӣʫ 673I take my portion from Thy hand,
Ӣʫ 674The Lord will silently plan for thee,
Ӣʫ 675God moves in a mysterious way
Ӣʫ 676All thy griefs by Him are ordered,
Ӣʫ 677Art thou sunk in depths of sorrow
Ӣʫ 678I will not be afraid;
Ӣʫ 679Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Ӣʫ 680"All in His hands"-what confidence it brings
Ӣʫ 681Our times are in Thy hand;
Ӣʫ 682When I survey life's varied scene,
Ӣʫ 683God holds the key to all unknown,
Ӣʫ 684Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish;
Ӣʫ 685Lord, Thou are with me!
Ӣʫ 686"Fear not, I am with thee";
Ӣʫ 687O Thou, in whose presence my soul takes
Ӣʫ 688I've seen the lighting flashing,
Ӣʫ 689O child of the Kingdom in doubt and distress!
Ӣʫ 690Hark! a voice from heav'n proclaiming,
Ӣʫ 691Hark! the voice of love and mercy
Ӣʫ 692There's a little word that the Lord has giv'n
Ӣʫ 693He faileth not, for He is God;
Ӣʫ 694Be not dismayed whate'er betide,
Ӣʫ 695Does Jesus care when my heart is pained
Ӣʫ 696Cast thou thy care upon the Lord,
Ӣʫ 697Weary pilgrim on life's pathway-
Ӣʫ 698Amid the trials that I meet,
Ӣʫ 699In the hour of trial,
Ӣʫ 700"Be not anxious for the morrow,"
Ӣʫ 701All the way my Savior leads me;
Ӣʫ 702'Tis now in part I know His grace;
Ӣʫ 703Precious promise God doth give thee,
Ӣʫ 704Though troubles assail,
Ӣʫ 705In some way or other the Lord will
Ӣʫ 706Sometimes a light surprises
Ӣʫ 707When upon life's billows you are
Ӣʫ 708Fresh as the dew of the morning,
Ӣʫ 709Jesus triumphant when the storm-
Ӣʫ 710The days may grow darker,
Ӣʫ 711I know not what awaits me,
Ӣʫ 712Be still my heart! these anxious cares
Ӣʫ 713Day by day, and with each passing
Ӣʫ 714Through all the changing scenes of life,
Ӣʫ 715Not now, but in the coming years,
Ӣʫ 716Begone, unbelief,
Ӣʫ 717O let us rejoice in the Lord evermore,
Ӣʫ 718Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world
Ӣʫ 719Like a river, glorious
Ӣʫ 720God hath not promised skies always
Ӣʫ 721I'll sing of the wonderful promise
Ӣʫ 722The cross that He gave may be heavy,
Ӣʫ 723He giveth more grace when the burdens
Ӣʫ 724A little bird I am,
Ӣʫ 725Strong are the walls around me,
Ӣʫ 726Long plunged in sorrow, I resign
Ӣʫ 727Light after darkness,
Ӣʫ 728I have been through the valley of
Ӣʫ 729Is it rain, little flower?
Ӣʫ 730Pressed out of measure, pressed beyond
Ӣʫ 731Why should I fear the darkest hour,
Ӣʫ 732My Father is rich in houses and lands,
Ӣʫ 733In Eden's garden fair we see
Ӣʫ 734The law of God is holy, good,
Ӣʫ 735The law of letters God defines,
Ӣʫ 736In ancient times the law of God
Ӣʫ 737Life eternal brings us
Ӣʫ 738There is a certain sense of life
Ӣʫ 739In those regenerated by the Lord
Ӣʫ 740The principle of incarnation
Ӣʫ 741God ordained us unto sonship,
Ӣʫ 742Man is a being of three parts,
Ӣʫ 743God created us His vessels
Ӣʫ 744In dealings with the Lord as life
Ӣʫ 745O Lord, Thou art the Spirit now
Ӣʫ 746Lord, teach us to discern the spirit
Ӣʫ 747The holiest of God's temple is
Ӣʫ 748By the cross discern the spirit,
Ӣʫ 749The Spirit of the triune God
Ӣʫ 750God's intention is to have us
Ӣʫ 751It is not by struggling,
Ӣʫ 752I am the Lord that healeth thee,
Ӣʫ 753There is a healing branch that grows
Ӣʫ 754To those who fear Jehovah's name
Ӣʫ 755He healeth me, oh, bless His name!
Ӣʫ 756When Christ of old with healing pow'r
Ӣʫ 757At even when the sun was set,
Ӣʫ 758Have you found the great Physician,
Ӣʫ 759Just one touch as He move along,
Ӣʫ 760She only touched the hem of His
Ӣʫ 761Prayer is the soul's sincere desire,
Ӣʫ 762Prayer is the incense of a holy heart
Ӣʫ 763Christ is the Alpha of our prayers;
Ӣʫ 764Lord, in Thy presence silent I would
Ӣʫ 765Christian, seek not yet repose,
Ӣʫ 766Teach me to pray, Lord, teach me to
Ӣʫ 767Teach us to pray that we may cause
Ӣʫ 768Lord, teach us to use
Ӣʫ 769To the holiest place I'd come,
Ӣʫ 770In the holiest place, touch the throne of
Ӣʫ 771The veil is rent and opened is
Ӣʫ 772Lord, we meet to seek Thy face
Ӣʫ 773Lord Jesus Christ, we seek Thy face;
Ӣʫ 774From every stormy wind that blows,
Ӣʫ 775In the mighty Name of Jesus,
Ӣʫ 776"Ask in faith," the Name of Jesus
Ӣʫ 777Say to this mountain, "Go,
Ӣʫ 778Keep up the song of faith,
Ӣʫ 779Pray with one accord in spirit,
Ӣʫ 780Praying always in the spirit,
Ӣʫ 781Exercise the spirit,
Ӣʫ 782How mysterious, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 783Pray to touch the throne of God,
Ӣʫ 784Pray to fellowship with Jesus,
Ӣʫ 785Praying to express the Lord,
Ӣʫ 786Pray to labor with the Lord,
Ӣʫ 787I must tell Jesus all of my trials;
Ӣʫ 788When thou wakest in the morning
Ӣʫ 789What a Friend we have in Jesus,
Ӣʫ 790"Keep the incense burning"
Ӣʫ 791The priest's position holy is;
Ӣʫ 792Waiting on Thee, Lord, waiting on
Ӣʫ 793My soul, be silent, wait upon the Lord!
Ӣʫ 794Stir, me oh, stir me, Lord, I care not
Ӣʫ 795Father, let Thy kingdom come,
Ӣʫ 796Christ, from whom all blessings flow,
Ӣʫ 797Revive Thy work, O Lord!
Ӣʫ 798Revive Thy work, dear Lord!
Ӣʫ 799All Scripture is the very breath of God,
Ӣʫ 800God the Lord has spoken, God has
Ӣʫ 801O living Word of God, God's image
Ӣʫ 802Thou art the Word and Spirit, Lord;
Ӣʫ 803O Word of God incarnate,
Ӣʫ 804The Word is like a storehouse, Lord,
Ӣʫ 805Oh, how I love this blessed Book!
Ӣʫ 806Break Thou the Bread of Life,
Ӣʫ 807Open my eyes that I may see
Ӣʫ 808Master, speak! Thy servant heareth,
Ӣʫ 809Speak, Lord, in the stillness,
Ӣʫ 810Lord, hast Thou not one word for me
Ӣʫ 811My heart is hungry, my spirit doth
Ӣʫ 812I come to Thee, dear Lord,
Ӣʫ 813I come before Thy throne of grace
Ӣʫ 814"Man shall not live by bread alone,
Ӣʫ 815Christ is the Word and Spirit too,
Ӣʫ 816God's own Word must not be taken
Ӣʫ 817We limit not the truth of God
Ӣʫ 818Christ is the mystery of God;
Ӣʫ 819As the body is the fulness
Ӣʫ 820Riches of Christ we should enjoy
Ӣʫ 821The Church the vessel is to Christ,
Ӣʫ 822The Church the lampstand is to Christ,
Ӣʫ 823God before the world's foundation
Ӣʫ 824The Church is Christ's own Body,
Ӣʫ 825Church of God, beloved and chosen,
Ӣʫ 826I saw great throngs-each was a
Ӣʫ 827I have found life's Giver, and the
Ӣʫ 828The "churches" here below, so narrow
Ӣʫ 829The Church's seed is nought by Christ
Ӣʫ 830Faith of our fathers, living still
Ӣʫ 831The unity of the Church is but
Ӣʫ 832Christ the Son of God and His
Ӣʫ 833The Church's one foundation
Ӣʫ 834The chief Cornerstone Thou art, Lord,
Ӣʫ 835On Christ, salvation rests secure;
Ӣʫ 836Christ is made the sure foundation,
Ӣʫ 837We praise Thee, Lord, for Thy great
Ӣʫ 838Thy blueprint, Lord, I treasure dear,
Ӣʫ 839Lord, Thou art the potter skilled
Ӣʫ 840Freed from self and Adam's nature,
Ӣʫ 841Thou art all my life, Lord,
Ӣʫ 842Breath Thou, O Lord, on me,
Ӣʫ 843Lord, breathe Thy breath of life upon
Ӣʫ 844Lord, speak Thy Word, upon us
Ӣʫ 845Release my spirit! This is what I need:
Ӣʫ 846Oh, may my spirit flow,
Ӣʫ 847I long for fellowship in spirit,
Ӣʫ 848What a blessing, what a priv'lege!
Ӣʫ 849Holy priests are living stones
Ӣʫ 850O Lord, we have loved her fair beauty,
Ӣʫ 851How lovely is Thy dwelling-place!
Ӣʫ 852Thy dwelling-place, O Lord, I love;
Ӣʫ 853I love Thy kingdom, Lord,
Ӣʫ 854All the saints of Christ are
Ӣʫ 855Behold, how good, how pleasant 'tis
Ӣʫ 856How pleasant and how good it is
Ӣʫ 857How sweet, how heav'nly is the sight,
Ӣʫ 858All praise to our redeeming Lord,
Ӣʫ 859Let party names no more
Ӣʫ 860Blest be the tie that binds
Ӣʫ 861God be with you till we meet again;
Ӣʫ 862Jesus, where'er Thy people meet,
Ӣʫ 863In daily walk and in our meetings too,
Ӣʫ 864Whene'er we meet with Christ
Ӣʫ 865In spirit and in truth, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 866Exercise the spirit!
Ӣʫ 867As members of the Body
Ӣʫ 868Ere from our gathering we're
Ӣʫ 869Ere we depart, we praise Thee, Lord,
Ӣʫ 870Stand up! stand up for Jesus!
Ӣʫ 871Onward Christian soldiers!
Ӣʫ 872Fight the good fight with all thy might!
Ӣʫ 873Charge, soldiers, charge in battle!
Ӣʫ 874Standing in the evil day,
Ӣʫ 875'Tis easy when the morning
Ӣʫ 876When war is hot and fierce,
Ӣʫ 877I dare not be defeated
Ӣʫ 878Conquering now and still to conquer,
Ӣʫ 879Christian, dost thou see them
Ӣʫ 880To the foe my word is always, "No,"
Ӣʫ 881We rest on Thee, our Shield and our
Ӣʫ 882Encamped along the hills of light,
Ӣʫ 883In the Overcomer's Name
Ӣʫ 884The Son of God goes forth to war,
Ӣʫ 885Fight the battle in the Body,
Ӣʫ 886A mighty Fortress is our God,
Ӣʫ 887The name of Jesus is our stand,
Ӣʫ 888Soldiers of Christ arise,
Ӣʫ 889By the blood of Christ the Victor
Ӣʫ 890Hallelujah! Christ is Victor,
Ӣʫ 891O Lord, to conflict new
Ӣʫ 892With all the pow'r in heav'n and earth
Ӣʫ 893Conflict today is fierce,
Ӣʫ 894Will you be an overcomer?
Ӣʫ 895To the work! to the work! we are
Ӣʫ 896Go, labor on; spend, and be spent;
Ӣʫ 897Work, for the Day is coming,
Ӣʫ 898The love of Christ constraineth;
Ӣʫ 899The work is Thine, O Christ our Lord,
Ӣʫ 900Oh, to be nothing, nothing!
Ӣʫ 901Lord, how can man e'er preach Thy
Ӣʫ 902Shine Thou upon us, Lord,
Ӣʫ 903Lord, speak to me, that I may speak
Ӣʫ 904We have a most glorious King;
Ӣʫ 905O Master, let me walk with Thee
Ӣʫ 906How much can we do for our Savior?
Ӣʫ 907Not where we elect to go,
Ӣʫ 908Not of letters, but of spirit,
Ӣʫ 909In the stream! in the stream! let us
Ӣʫ 910The overflow of life is work,
Ӣʫ 911O how blessed is the priest's life,
Ӣʫ 912Christ to minister is service
Ӣʫ 913Serve and work within the Body,
Ӣʫ 914For the Church should be our service,
Ӣʫ 915From Greenland's icy mountains,
Ӣʫ 916Now the Lord our soul has fed,
Ӣʫ 917Far, far away, in heathen darkness
Ӣʫ 918Christians, make haste, your mission
Ӣʫ 919He shall reign o'er all the earth,
Ӣʫ 920Sound ye the trumpet-call;
Ӣʫ 921Rescue the perishing,
Ӣʫ 922To the lost world minister Christ,
Ӣʫ 923Go to collect material for the House,
Ӣʫ 924Along the shores of Galilee,
Ӣʫ 925Outreach of the glorious gospel
Ӣʫ 926Send Thou, O Lord, to every place
Ӣʫ 927O God of burning altar fire,
Ӣʫ 928Is your life a channel of blessing?
Ӣʫ 929Out in the highways and byways of
Ӣʫ 930"Must I go, and empty-handed,"
Ӣʫ 931Out of the darkness,
Ӣʫ 932Lord, lay some soul upon my heart,
Ӣʫ 933I have a Savior, He's pleading in glory,
Ӣʫ 934I cannot tell why He, whom angels
Ӣʫ 935Around Thy grave, Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 936In death's waters I am buried,
Ӣʫ 937Lord, when by baptism we confess
Ӣʫ 938Already dead! And buried too!
Ӣʫ 939O day of resurrection,
Ӣʫ 940Passing through another week,
Ӣʫ 941God's kingdom is God's reigning,
Ӣʫ 942God's Kingdom on the earth is now
Ӣʫ 943Requirements of the Kingdom are
Ӣʫ 944The essence of the Kingdom is
Ӣʫ 945The Son of God has come to sow
Ӣʫ 946Lo, the glory! Lo, the splendor!
Ӣʫ 947God's Kingdom today is a real
Ӣʫ 948Myst'ry hid from ages now revealed to
Ӣʫ 949Christ is the hope of glory, my very life
Ӣʫ 950And it is so! I shall be like Thy Son?
Ӣʫ 951Christ is coming! let creation
Ӣʫ 952A lamp in the night, a song in time of
Ӣʫ 953Our Lord is now rejected,
Ӣʫ 954There's a light upon the mountains,
Ӣʫ 955In the advent light, O Savior,
Ӣʫ 956Soon our Lord will come, the day is
Ӣʫ 957Watch! For the morning is breaking,
Ӣʫ 958Since long ago at Bethany we parted,
Ӣʫ 959Since Thy departure from Olivet's
Ӣʫ 960My King will soon come back again,
Ӣʫ 961The Church has waited long,
Ӣʫ 962Oh, how long before my Lord comes back,
Ӣʫ 963Face to face with Christ, my Savior,
Ӣʫ 964'Midst the darkness, storm, and sorrow,
Ӣʫ 965When my blest Lord will come again,
Ӣʫ 966O hope of glory, our Christ will return!
Ӣʫ 967Thou art coming, O my Saviour,
Ӣʫ 968Hail to the Lord's Anointed,
Ӣʫ 969Hark what a sound, and too divine for
Ӣʫ 970For the glorious revelation
Ӣʫ 971God's eternal purpose
Ӣʫ 972Lo, the central thought of God
Ӣʫ 973Our goal-the holy city with the Lord,
Ӣʫ 974He looked for a city and lived in a
Ӣʫ 975It was a garden in the primal age,
Ӣʫ 976O Lord Jesus, Thy redeemed ones
Ӣʫ 977Glorious things of thee are spoken,
Ӣʫ 978In new heaven and new earth
Ӣʫ 979How glorious, how bright it shines,
Ӣʫ 980Throughout the whole of Holy Writ
Ӣʫ 981In His Christ to head up all things
Ӣʫ 982How true it is not heart may
Ӣʫ 983There is a stream which issues forth
Ӣʫ 984River of living water,
Ӣʫ 985No more in earthen vessels
Ӣʫ 986Christ has a full redemption made:
Ӣʫ 987One day when heaven was filled with
Ӣʫ 988Merciful and loving,
Ӣʫ 989Jesus, my Savior, to Bethlehem came,
Ӣʫ 990The Great Physician now is near,
Ӣʫ 991We have heard the joyful sound:
Ӣʫ 992There's not a Friend like the lowly
Ӣʫ 993O how sweet the glorious message,
Ӣʫ 994Oh, how dark the night that wrapt my
Ӣʫ 995There is a green hill far away,
Ӣʫ 996Jesus, Savior, Son of God,
Ӣʫ 997I hear the Savior say,
Ӣʫ 998Christ has become one with sinners,
Ӣʫ 999Alas, and did my Savior bleed?
Ӣʫ 1000Working will not save me;
Ӣʫ 1001Free from the law-oh, happy
Ӣʫ 1002Nothing either great or small -
Ӣʫ 1003Why should I worry, doubt and fear?
Ӣʫ 1004Precious, precious blood of Jesus,
Ӣʫ 1005Christ our Redeemer died on the cross,
Ӣʫ 1006There is a fountain filled with blood
Ӣʫ 1007Have you been to Jesus for the
Ӣʫ 1008What can wash away my sin?
Ӣʫ 1009Would you be free from your burden of
Ӣʫ 1010O now I see the cleansing wave!
Ӣʫ 1011One there is above all others,
Ӣʫ 1012There is no love like the love of Jesus,
Ӣʫ 1013What can keep the wanderers from going
Ӣʫ 1014Oh, what a Savior that He died for me!
Ӣʫ 1015O glory, glory, what a life
Ӣʫ 1016Under the burdens of guilt and car,
Ӣʫ 1017Christ has put on human nature and
Ӣʫ 1018The whole world was lost in the
Ӣʫ 1019A ruler once came to Jesus by night,
Ӣʫ 1020Who can set us free from sin?
Ӣʫ 1021All sinners are the slaves of sin,
Ӣʫ 1022I've tried in vain a thousand ways
Ӣʫ 1023I need Thee, precious Jesus!
Ӣʫ 1024Christ the Savior is just the One you
Ӣʫ 1025Give up the world, Christ to obtain,
Ӣʫ 1026Today the Savior calls;
Ӣʫ 1027Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling-
Ӣʫ 1028Jesus is tenderly calling thee home -
Ӣʫ 1029Christ calling yet! Shall I not hear?
Ӣʫ 1030I hear my risen Savior say:
Ӣʫ 1031Come, every soul by sin oppressed,
Ӣʫ 1032Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched,
Ӣʫ 1033Ye who are troubled and burdened by
Ӣʫ 1034"Whosoever heareth!" shout, shout the
Ӣʫ 1035There is life for a look at the Crucified
Ӣʫ 1036Look to Jesus, weary one,
Ӣʫ 1037"Though your sins be as scarlet,
Ӣʫ 1038If you are tired of the load of your sin,
Ӣʫ 1039There's a Stranger at the door,
Ӣʫ 1040Hark, the Savior's knocking, knocking,
Ӣʫ 1041Jesus is standing in Pilate's hall -
Ӣʫ 1042While we pray and while we plead,
Ӣʫ 1043Life at best is very brief,
Ӣʫ 1044Are you ready God to meet?
Ӣʫ 1045O do not let the Word depart,
Ӣʫ 1046"Almost persuaded" now to believe;
Ӣʫ 1047Eternity! Eternity!
Ӣʫ 1048Just as I am, without one plea,
Ӣʫ 1049Drawn to the Cross which Thou hast
Ӣʫ 1050Out of my bondage, sorrow, and night,
Ӣʫ 1051I hear Thy welcome voice,
Ӣʫ 1052I've wandered far away from God,
Ӣʫ 1053With broken heart and contrite sigh,
Ӣʫ 1054Pass me not, O gently Savior,
Ӣʫ 1055I am sinful, I am helpless,
Ӣʫ 1056Jesus, my Lord, to Thee I cry;
Ӣʫ 1057Jesus, lover of my soul,
Ӣʫ 1058Rock of Ages, cleft for me,
Ӣʫ 1059Jesus, keep me near the cross,
Ӣʫ 1060Thou didst leave Thy thone and Thy
Ӣʫ 1061Come into my heart, O Lord Jesus,
Ӣʫ 1062I am coming to the cross;
Ӣʫ 1063Jesus, I will trust Thee,
Ӣʫ 1064I love to tell the story
Ӣʫ 1065O how great His salvation!
Ӣʫ 1066Down at the cross where my Savior
Ӣʫ 1067There was One who was willing to die
Ӣʫ 1068In tenderness He sought me,
Ӣʫ 1069We're feeding on the living Bread,
Ӣʫ 1070I was sinking deep in sin,
Ӣʫ 1071Sinner Jesus will receive;
Ӣʫ 1072She only touched the hem of His
Ӣʫ 1073Hark, here is a hidden myst'ry,
Ӣʫ 1074O what mystery, the Savior
Ӣʫ 1075Tell me the old, old story,
Ӣʫ 1076O teach me what it meaneth:
Ӣʫ 1077There were ninety and nine that safely
Ӣʫ 1078One sat alone beside the highway
Ӣʫ 1079If I gained the world, but lost the
Ӣʫ 1080What profit all the labor here?
Ӣʫ 1081 John 17
Ӣʫ 1082 Psalm 16
Ӣʫ 1083O how nigh the Lord is unto all who
Ӣʫ 1084Thy name is as ointment poured forth:
Ӣʫ 1085His Name is Wonderful;
Ӣʫ 1086How we love the glorious name,
Ӣʫ 1087Oh, hallelujah, what a death
Ӣʫ 1088God was born a human being
Ӣʫ 1089 John 1:29; 3:14; 12:24
Ӣʫ 1090Dear Lord, how precious is Thy blood,
Ӣʫ 1091We praise Thee, O Lord Jesus, Thou
Ӣʫ 1092 Revelation 5
Ӣʫ 1093 Revelation 5
Ӣʫ 1094 Psalm 2
Ӣʫ 1095The Lord shall get the glory
Ӣʫ 1096'Tis the local church proclaiming,
Ӣʫ 1097 Psalm 8
Ӣʫ 1098 Psalm 45-Part 1
Ӣʫ 1099 Psalm 45-Part 2
Ӣʫ 1100 Psalm 68
Ӣʫ 1101 Revelation 12: 18-20
Ӣʫ 1102 Psalm 110
Ӣʫ 1103What He is; He's the Father.
Ӣʫ 1104 Leviticus 3; 7:11-38
Ӣʫ 1105Lo, the table spread before us
Ӣʫ 1106We gather together to eat the Lord's supper:
Ӣʫ 1107We're gathered here, O Lord, as Thy one
Ӣʫ 1108Eat the bread, ye people of the Lord:
Ӣʫ 1109Take, drink this cup, His blood,
Ӣʫ 1110O Jesus Lord, when present at Thy table,
Ӣʫ 1111Gathered at Thy table, Lord;
Ӣʫ 1112Oh, how glorious is Thy table, Lord,
Ӣʫ 1113Now the Triune God has come to
Ӣʫ 1114The Spirit today is the air that we breathe;
Ӣʫ 1115 Ezekiel 47:1-12
Ӣʫ 1116 Exodus 30:22-25, 34-36
Ӣʫ 1117We praise Thee, O God,
Ӣʫ 1118Th' anointing's here! The Lord is moving
Ӣʫ 1119In the Word of God I found it,
Ӣʫ 1120The Holy Spirit is the seal,
Ӣʫ 1121Praise the Lord, who firmly joined us
Ӣʫ 1122"Seven Spirits" of our God-
Ӣʫ 1123Of the Spirit, born of Spirit-
Ӣʫ 1124What! Not sing of blood divine?
Ӣʫ 1125Down at the cross where my Savior died,
Ӣʫ 1126O Jesus Lord, we come to Thee,
Ӣʫ 1127God has saved me from the world;
Ӣʫ 1128We were in bondage, toiling down in Egypt
Ӣʫ 1129"So great a salvation," ye saints of the Lord,
Ӣʫ 1130Sing praise to Christ Who lives in us,
Ӣʫ 1131 Romans 5:1-11
Ӣʫ 1132Lord, teach us how to pray,
Ӣʫ 1133 Ephesians 1:17-23
Ӣʫ 1134 Ephesians 3:17-20
Ӣʫ 1135 Ephesians 5:26-29
Ӣʫ 1136Oh, Lord grant us revelation,
Ӣʫ 1137His countenance angels can often behold,
Ӣʫ 1138Lord, Thou art our consecration,
Ӣʫ 1139 Song of Songs 4:6
Ӣʫ 1140 Romans 7
Ӣʫ 1141We will sing to the Lord with our spirit,
Ӣʫ 1142Jesus is the living Spirit,
Ӣʫ 1143The tree of life, how sweet the fruit,
Ӣʫ 1144In the Word of old, we are clearly told,
Ӣʫ 1145God gave His Son to man to be
Ӣʫ 1146Let us eat Jesus every day,
Ӣʫ 1147Christ is our manna true,
Ӣʫ 1148"Come and dine," the Lord is calling,
Ӣʫ 1149Of Him whence grace and truth did spring,
Ӣʫ 1150We'er feeding on the living bread,
Ӣʫ 1151Drink! A river pure and clear that's flowing
Ӣʫ 1152To Jesus every day we find our hearts are
Ӣʫ 1153We have found the Christ who's all in all;
Ӣʫ 1154I love Thee, Jesus,
Ӣʫ 1155How I love Thee, precious Jesus,
Ӣʫ 1156To the Lord we're as a garden,
Ӣʫ 1157His banner over me is love,
Ӣʫ 1158Dear Lord Jesus, precious Jesus,
Ӣʫ 1159Jesus Lord, I'm captured by Thy beauty.
Ӣʫ 1160Jesus is our lovely Bridegroom,
Ӣʫ 1161Christ will make His seeking lover
Ӣʫ 1162 John 15
Ӣʫ 1163He's the vine and we're the branches,
Ӣʫ 1164 Deuteronomy 8:7-10
Ӣʫ 1165We're in the land, we're in the land!
Ӣʫ 1166 Deuteronomy 8:7-10
Ӣʫ 1167Laboring on the good land, laboring in the
Ӣʫ 1168Laboring on Jesus, the good land so real,
Ӣʫ 1169Our worship in reality
Ӣʫ 1170 Psalm 23
Ӣʫ 1171In the Testament of old
Ӣʫ 1172Lo, the conflict of the ages
Ӣʫ 1173Grant us a vision clear to see
Ӣʫ 1174What a victory! What a triumph!
Ӣʫ 1175 Ephesians 1:19-23
Ӣʫ 1176Pow'r exceeding great God did demonstrate
Ӣʫ 1177Oh, Christ in all His glory put on humanity
Ӣʫ 1178We have seen Christ is reality:
Ӣʫ 1179 My old man has been crucified with Him,
Ӣʫ 1180My old person has been nullified;
Ӣʫ 1181Lord, to know Thee as our Person,
Ӣʫ 1182In spirit and reality
Ӣʫ 1183 Revelation 1:9-20
Ӣʫ 1184 Revelation 1
Ӣʫ 1185In the multitude he lay there
Ӣʫ 1186 John 1:19-36
Ӣʫ 1187Your ministry, O Lord,
Ӣʫ 1188 Hebrews 8
Ӣʫ 1189Son of Man, Son of Man on the throne
Ӣʫ 1190O Lord, You've called to us, and Canaan we
Ӣʫ 1191From my spirit within flows a fountain of
Ӣʫ 1192 Genesis 1
Ӣʫ 1193Life is God the Father in Christ Jesus
Ӣʫ 1194There are two lives to live by in our living
Ӣʫ 1195Life is mysterious, life is God Himself,
Ӣʫ 1196Our God is living-say, Hallelujah!
Ӣʫ 1197God is light, and in Him there is no darkness at
Ӣʫ 1198A mighty flowing-out is God,
Ӣʫ 1199God's intention in this universe is with
Ӣʫ 1200Ezekiel 1:4
Ӣʫ 1202Ezekiel 1:4-10
Ӣʫ 1202God in His justifying has a plan,
Ӣʫ 1203God is righteous in His doings,
Ӣʫ 1204The cross-we all were there,
Ӣʫ 1205Philippians 3:10-14
Ӣʫ 1206Hebrews 12:1-2
Ӣʫ 1207Hebrews 12:1-2
Ӣʫ 1208Years I spent in sorrow 'round the cross,
Ӣʫ 1209Praise God for tiding glad-
Ӣʫ 1210Through God's word, my hope at His returning
Ӣʫ 1211 Peter 1:3-11
Ӣʫ 1212The Lord of all has shown His plan
Ӣʫ 1213If from your nat'ral man you would be free,
Ӣʫ 1214Dig away, dig away, dig away,
Ӣʫ 1215God had not giv'n us a spirit of fear-
Ӣʫ 1216We have an inner life; that's for our daily life;
Ӣʫ 1217Lord, we've heard the call, "Come forward,"
Ӣʫ 1218If from the world you're longing to be free,
Ӣʫ 1219What a wonderful change in my living is
Ӣʫ 1220Remove the veils, Lord, from my heart;
Ӣʫ 1221Jesus, our wonderful Shepherd
Ӣʫ 1222Sing aloud your praises to the Lord of all,
Ӣʫ 1223O walk about, walk about Zion,
Ӣʫ 1224We from the law to Christ have turned;
Ӣʫ 1225Lord, to know Thee as the Body,
Ӣʫ 1226Oh, the church of Christ is glorious, and we are
Ӣʫ 1227Our Lord, that One of peerless worth
Ӣʫ 1228The Bible is the Word of God,
Ӣʫ 1229The church is Christ's deep longing
Ӣʫ 1230One new man is the Father's plan;
Ӣʫ 1231O praise the Lord, God has a plan-
Ӣʫ 1232Once by nature we were dead in sin,
Ӣʫ 1233O home in the church,
Ӣʫ 1234I thirsted in the barren land of Babylon
Ӣʫ 1235Oh, listen to the wanderer
Ӣʫ 1236In the church the sound of life upon my ear is
Ӣʫ 1237Splendid church life! His green garden!
Ӣʫ 1238Never did I dream before,
Ӣʫ 1239In this age we're being turned
Ӣʫ 1240Deeper, deeper, in the cross of Jesus;
Ӣʫ 1241God's life and building can be seen
Ӣʫ 1242The Lord, the seed of life, has sown
Ӣʫ 1243We are one in the spirit, by His life we are one,
Ӣʫ 1244Psalm 133
Ӣʫ 1245When the brothers are in order,
Ӣʫ 1246We give ourselves to follow the churches,
Ӣʫ 1247If our hearts would be established;
Ӣʫ 1248Recall how David swore,
Ӣʫ 1249How oft believers through the years
Ӣʫ 1250 Psalm 132
Ӣʫ 1251Ezra 1-3
Ӣʫ 1252 Ezra 1
Ӣʫ 1253Lord, Thy word of old to David
Ӣʫ 1254 Haggai 1
Ӣʫ 1255We are for the Lord's recovery
Ӣʫ 1256Praise the Lord, we're in the Lord's
Ӣʫ 1257Do you see them in the cities,
Ӣʫ 1258 Psalm 84
Ӣʫ 1259See the local churches,
Ӣʫ 1260We're in the local church,
Ӣʫ 1261In New Zealand we must take our stand
Ӣʫ 1262It's by our mingled spirit, Lord,
Ӣʫ 1263There's churches in New Zealand,
Ӣʫ 1264In the age of Revelation,
Ӣʫ 1265The churches are the Body
Ӣʫ 1266Burning, burning, we are burning,
Ӣʫ 1267We are for the great migration,
Ӣʫ 1268Genesis 6-8
Ӣʫ 1269There in old Chaldea, product of man's fall,
Ӣʫ 1270We are the Hebrews! Praise the Lord!
Ӣʫ 1271We're river-crossers, Hebrews is our name;
Ӣʫ 1272The birthright God has giv'n to us
Ӣʫ 1273Christ has called us once to Him,
Ӣʫ 1274 Revelation 2-3
Ӣʫ 1275Glorious things of thee are spoken,
Ӣʫ 1276Oh, the Lord is quickly coming,
Ӣʫ 1277Now in all the churches flowing,
Ӣʫ 1278In the church of Jesus there is love for you,
Ӣʫ 1279What we are, we're His image;
Ӣʫ 1280We've become the Lord's dear brothers
Ӣʫ 1281All the meetings Christ appointed
Ӣʫ 1282Marching on, marching on, in the Spirit
Ӣʫ 1283Fight, saints, for Jesus our Lord!
Ӣʫ 1284Our eyes have seen the vision:
Ӣʫ 1285The faith which once for all was giv'n
Ӣʫ 1286The Lord has shown the way
Ӣʫ 1287Let's take the land! The land that God has
Ӣʫ 1288In Eden's garden, Satan thought
Ӣʫ 1289The vict'ry's won! The Lord has triumphed
Ӣʫ 1290O Lord, we've seen Your purpose to bring the
Ӣʫ 1291 Luke 22:31-32
Ӣʫ 1292An uplifted gospel have we,
Ӣʫ 1293O I'm a man-
Ӣʫ 1294Come let us speak till the kingdom of the Lord
Ӣʫ 1295 Philippians 1
Ӣʫ 1296The universe of God consists
Ӣʫ 1297>From the beachhead in our spirit
Ӣʫ 1298Chosen by God in ages past,
Ӣʫ 1299Man's Creator has a purpose
Ӣʫ 1300The Lord has been revealed in us,
Ӣʫ 1301Jesus the kingdom has come into us,
Ӣʫ 1302All the signs point to the end,
Ӣʫ 1303The kingdom of God is at hand:
Ӣʫ 1304Christ comes quickly for His Bride,
Ӣʫ 1305Our faith to God-ward must in these days
Ӣʫ 1306We love Thy coming, Lord!
Ӣʫ 1307The day approaches; Jesus soon is coming.
Ӣʫ 1308We have oil in our lamps-we are burning!
Ӣʫ 1309Who can tell how soon the Bride may hear the
Ӣʫ 1310The Lord is longing for His Bride,
Ӣʫ 1311The local churches are preparing for the Lord's
Ӣʫ 1312It may be at morn as the day we are greeting;
Ӣʫ 1313In that bright and golden moment when the
Ӣʫ 1314Lord, Thou wilt soon appear,
Ӣʫ 1315Rejoice! Rejoice! Our Bridegroom's coming,
Ӣʫ 1316Our Bridegroom soon is coming
Ӣʫ 1317When our Lord comes in glory and we're
Ӣʫ 1318'Twas a day in early springtime,
Ӣʫ 1319That which for long the prophets sought,
Ӣʫ 1320We have seen the Lord is coming
Ӣʫ 1321The grace which God bestows on us
Ӣʫ 1322In spirit, in the church we see
Ӣʫ 1323The voice of my Beloved,
Ӣʫ 1324Our God is a God of purpose,
Ӣʫ 1325God eternal has a purpose,
Ӣʫ 1326What is living all about,
Ӣʫ 1327Once I thirsted for a fountain,
Ӣʫ 1328My wandering days grew increasingly empty
Ӣʫ 1329The wedding feast, the peak of man's
Ӣʫ 1330"All things are ready," come to the feast!
Ӣʫ 1331Just taste and see that the Lord is good;
Ӣʫ 1332Do you know that you were chosen
Ӣʫ 1333What a happy day
Ӣʫ 1334Psalm 30:11-12
Ӣʫ 1335Psalm 48:1-2
Ӣʫ 1336Psalm 116:12-13
Ӣʫ 1337Psalm 126:1-6
Ӣʫ 1338 Psalm 132:13-16
Ӣʫ 1339Psalm 133
Ӣʫ 1340Isaiah 12: 3-4, 6
Ӣʫ 1341Isaiah 51:11
Ӣʫ 1342Jeremiah 31:12
Ӣʫ 1343John 13:34-35
Ӣʫ 1344Romans 11:33-37
Ӣʫ 1345 Corinthians 3:16-17
Ӣʫ 1346 Timothy 1:17
Ӣʫ 1347Revelation 12:10-12
Ӣʫ 1348Revelation 21:3-5