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Faith In Every FootstepI Need Thee Every HourConsider The LiliesGlory To God On HighLove Is Spoken HereDeck The Halls With Boughs Of HollyBring A Torch Jeanette Isabella (with Richard Elliott Organ)Love At HomeLondonderry AirBound For The Promised LandCome Thou Fount Of Every BlessingHail To The ChiefHigh On A Mountain TopThe Impossible DreamClimb Ev'ry MountainA Child's PrayerWhite ChristmasI Feel My Savior's LoveThe Star Spangled BannerI'm Trying To Be Like JesusHallelujah From MessiahCarol Of The BellsOld Folks At HomeYe Elders Of IsraelDanny BoyCamptown RacesTramp Tramp TrampRock Of AgesThe Lord's PrayerThe White Cliffs Of DoverLoch LomondThe Morning BreaksDear To The Heart Of The ShepherdAngels From The Realms Of Glory (featuring Brian Stokes Mitchell)The Lord Is My ShepherdThe Marine's Hymn (From The Halls Of Montezuma)Oh What Songs Of The HeartI Will Sing With The SpiritSweet Hour Of PrayerHark! The Herald Angels SingMy Country! 'tis Of TheeRedeemer Of IsraelSeventy-six TrombonesThough Deepening TrialsShenandoahO Come All Ye FaithfulWinter WonderlandMarch Of The KingsAll Creatures Of Our God And KingI Believe In ChristHow Great Thou ArtThis Is The ChristAnchors AweighAmerica The BeautifulGod Of Our Fathers Whose Almighty HandBringing In The SheavesO Savior Thou Who Wearest A CrownAngels We Have Heard On HighFor The Beauty Of The EarthWe Wish You A Merry ChristmasWhat Child Is ThisI Often Go WalkingHow Firm A FoundationO TannenbaumO Little Town Of BethlehemWhen Johnny Comes Marching HomeThe Anniversary SongI Am A Child Of GodI Know That My Redeemer LivesBlowin' In The WindHere We Come A-carolingCome Come Ye SaintsLead Kindly LightMore Holiness Give MeNearer My God To Thee
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