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hou God of power, thou God.
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There is a fountain fill'd with hou hidden Source of calm repose C. Wesley 546
There is a glorious world of licht den
hou Judge of quick and dead...
The saints who die of Christ
The Saviour, when to hearen behou refuge of my soul
housands, O Lord of hosts, this Montgomery 397
The Sun of righteousness
The Sun of righteousness on me..hou seest my feebleness
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The thing my God doth hate....hou Shepherd of Israel, and mine C. Wesley 545
hou Son of God, whose flaming.
The voice of free grace
The wisdom own'd by all thy sons.hou, the eternal Lord
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Chou very present aid.
Thine, Lord, is wisdom, thine
This day the covenant Isign. hou, who hast in Zion laid
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This dar the Lord has call'd his own Thou, who on the whirlwind ridest. Pierpont 582
Through sorrow's night, and.
This is the will, I know.
This slumber from my spirit shake Chus far the Lord hath led me on...
This, this is He that came ......
Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love
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Though eighteen hundred years are Thy law is perfect, Lord of light. Montgomery 406
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Thou God of truth and love.....
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Thy presence, Lord, the place shall C. Wesley 3
Thy word, almighty Lord.
'Tis finish'd! so the Saviour said
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To God the Father, Son, And
Unchangeable, almighty Lord
Vain are all terrestrial pleasures
Walk in the light! so shalt thou.
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Times without number bare
Thy presence, Lord, the pa
Teary souls, that wander wide
Veep not for a brother deceased. .
Unchangeable, almighty Lord.
To Father, Son, and Holy Ghos
What am I, O thou glorious God.
To fal the Father's throne.
To the great God of lore, I bow. What various hindrances we meet
To the hills I lift mine eyes
Tremendous God, with humble fear When Israel, of the Lord beloved
When I survey the wondrous cross
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Vain, delusive world, adieu
When, my Saviour, shall I be
Vain are all terrestrial pleasures. When, O my Saviour, shall it be.
When on Sinai's top I see.
When first the Spirit left the throne.. Judkin 123
W. Scott 448
Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb... When languor and disease invade.. Toplady 395
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Urge on your rapid course
Victim divine! thy grace we claim When power divine in mortal
Vital spark of heavenly flame.
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When quiet in my house I sit
Watch'd by the world's malignant. When shall I see the welcome hour C. Wesley 319
Watchman, tell us of the night....B
When shall the voice of singing. Pratt's Col.
Who make the Lord of hosts