Favorite Hymns

  1. All that thrills my soul is Jesus (Thoro Harris, 1874)
  2. I’ll live for him who died for me (Ralph E. Hudaon, 1843­-1901)

  3. More Love to thee (Elizabeth Prentiss,  1818 – 1878)

  4. Make me a blessing (Ira Wilson, 1880)

  5. I will Praise Him (Margaret Harris, 1865)

  6. I will sing the wondrous story (Catherine Hankey, 1834)

  7. Near the Cross (Fanny Crosby)

  8. All for Jesus (Mary James, 1810)

  9. The Master has called us ________ ?

  10. Are you washed in the Blood of the Lamb? (Elisha Hoffman 1839)

  11. Redeemed (Fanny Crosby, 1820)

  12. Blessed Redeemer (Avis Christiansen, 1895)

  13. Come thou Fount (Robert Robinson, 1735)

  14. How Great thou Art (Carl Boberg, 1859)

  15. Blessed Assurance (ditto)

  16. Help Somebody today (Carrie Breck, 1855)

  17. I will make you Fishers of Men (Harry Clarke, 1888)

  18. On Christ, the Solid Rock _______ ?

  19. God will take care of you (Civilla Martin, 1866)

  20. Teach me to Pray (Albert Reitz, 1879)

  21. I have decided to follow Jesus (Indian convert, 19th century)

  22. He leadeth me (Joseph Gilmore, 1834)

  23. O God our help in ages past _____

  24. Come thou almighty King!  ______ (Help us thy name to sing…)

  25. A mighty fortress is our God (Marin Luther, 1500 or so)

  26. Beneath the Mercy Seat ____ ?
  27. All the way my saviour leads me (Fanny Crosby, 1820)
  28. How firm a foundation! ____ ?
  29. Oh Happy Day!  When Jesus washed my sins away

One thought on “Favorite Hymns

  1. To all the poor folks who put advertising kinds of comments on a Holy site like this, offering more website traffic for $50 a month or whatever – May God Almighty have mercy on your darkened and bankrupt souls and spirits, and that you, by His mercy, might recover your selves out of the snare of the devil who has you solidly in his grip … before you pass out of this life and world, and it is forever too late.

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