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GEORGE MARQUIS SUNDAY 
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HOMER A. RODEHEAVER 
Musical Director 




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ROBERT MATTHEWS 
Secretary and Pianist 



JAMES E. WALKER 
Advance Representative 







ISAAC WARD 
Director of Men's Work 




GEORGE ASHLEY BREWSTER 
Tenor Soloist and Pianist 





JOE SPIECE 
Tabernacle Builder 





ALBERT PETERSON 

Custodian of Tabernacle 




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Director of Extension Department 
Business Women's Work 







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MISS FRANCES MILLER 
Director of Business Women's Work 




MISS GRACE SAXE 
Bible Teacher 









MISS ALICE MIRIAM GAMLIN 
Director Boys' and Girls' Work 



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auiakening 

aJ For the Church, Sunday School and L 
»| Evangelistic Services in 

HOMER A. RODEHEAVER 

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CHAS. H. GABRIEL 

Music Editor 

Church Hymns Revival Songs 

Songs for Male Voices Children's Songs 
Sunday School Songs Solos and Choruses 
Responsive Readings 

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I HE insistent demand for the new 
songs developed since SONGS 
FOR SERVICE was issued, has 
made the publication of this new Rode- 
heaver book a necessity. 

AWAKENING SONGS contains many 
new songs that have been subjected to 
severe tests and passed the most exacting 
requirements. In addition, all the great, 
successful favorites of the past few years 
and a choice selection of the useful time- 
tried indispensables are included. 

AWAKENING SONGS has been com- 
piled advisedly through consultation with 
successful song leaders in all parts of the 
country. To the thousands who have given 
invaluable suggestions we here acknowl- 
edge indebtedness and express our appre- 
ciation. As not one of the 256 songs in 
this book is used experimentally, but after 
searching trial and public approval, we con- 
fidently submit it to the critical judgment 
of all Christian workers. 



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Just Outside tke Door. 



James Rowe. 

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1. wea - ry soul, the gate is near, In sin why still a - bide? 

2. For - give -ness Je - sus will wa - part— To save your soul He died; 

3. The day of life is pass - ing by. Soon night your soul will hide; 

4. Come in, be free from stains of sin, Be glad, be sat - is - fled; 



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Both peace and rest are wait-ing here And you are just out - side. 

How can you still of - fend His heart By stay - ing just out - side? 

And then "too late" will be your cry. If you are just out - side! 

Be - fore the tem-pest breaks, come m. And leave your past out - side. 

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1. If we knew a - bout the tri - als That a day to come may bring, We would oft -en 

2. Let us pluck the flowers growing All a-bout the way we tread, Think-ingnot a- 

3. Let usbridge each snare and pitfall With a faith that's brave and strong. And go journeying 



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mi-nor notes of pain, re-mem-ber,aft-ershad-ows Will the sun shine out a -gain! 




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thank God the clouds are hid - den, That some coming day may bring! 

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In the sun-shine of the pres - ent, Let us jour-ney on and sing. 

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Only a Sinner. 



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1. Naught have I got -ten but what I re-ceived; Grace hath be- 

2. Once I was fool - ish, and sin ruled my heart, Caus - ing my 

3. Tears un - a -vail -ing, no mer - it had I; Mer - cy had 

4. Suf - fer a sin - ner whose heart o - ver-flows. Lev - mg His 




stowed it suice I have be-lieved; Boast-ing ex-clud-ed, pride I a -base; 
foot -steps from God to de - part; Je - sus hath found me, hap - py my case, 
saved me, or else I must die.; Sin had a-larmed me, fear -ing God's face; 
Sav - ior, to tell what he knows; Once more to tell it would I em-brace- 

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It is Thy strength, Je - sus. That makes my weak-ness might. 
Thy vie - fry ' twas, Je - sus, That bids me cease from strife. 



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It is Thy Spir - it call-ing me To light and life and joy in Thee. 
Thy Spir-it's voice doth call me home. And bids me nev - er more to roam. 
For Thou hast con-quer'd all for me, I shall have peace e - ter-nal - ly. 

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Can the World See Jesus in You? 



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2. Do we love, with love to His own a - kin. All His crea-tures lost in the 

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mire of sin? Will we reach a hand,what-so - e'er it cost, To re- 
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Man of Cal-va-ry? Can the world see Je - sus in me? 

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2. Oh, that od rug-ged cross, so de-spised by the world, Has a wondrous at- 
A m !u ^\^ rug-ged cross, Stained with blood so di- vine, A won - drous 

4. To the old rug-ged cross I will ev - er be true, Its shame and re- 




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trac - tion for me. For the dear Lamb of God left His glo - ry a-bove 

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1. Who walks be -side me in the rug-ged path of life to-day? 

2. Who makes my bur-dens light - er and who helps my cross to bear? I 

3. Who left His home in heav'n a - bove a sin - ful world to save? 



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'Tis Je-sus, 'tis Je-sus! Who says "Come mi - to me, ye wea-ry, 
'T was Je-sus, 'twas Je-sus! Who died up - on the era - el cross; His 

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I your griefs will share?" 'Tis Je - sus of Cal - va - ry! 

life a ran -som gave? 'TwasJe- sus of Cal - va - ry! 

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2. Won - der-ful pow'r of the pray'r-hear-ing Lord; Tri - als a claim on His 

3. Won - der-ful pow'r that will guide me a - right, Lead me from the shadows to 

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2: No one there is who bet -ter knows The sor-rowsof this earth-ly land; 

3. Tourheav-y bur -dens He will share, And guard you with His an - gel band; 

4. When those you love have said good-bye. And left you for the gold - en strand, 

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He bears the cross of all our woes— Tell Je-sus, He will un - der-stand. 

cast on Him your ev - 'ry care— Tell Je-sus, He will un - der-stand. 

When no one else can hear your cry— Tell Je-sus, He will un- der-stand. 

Fear not, nor dread the break-er's roar— Tell Je-sus, He will un- der-stand. 



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3. He dai - ly spreads a glo-rious feast, And at His ta - ble dine 

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Are His a - lone, yes, ev - 'ry one, And He's a Friend of mine. 

The whole ere - a - tion, man and beast. And He's a Friend of mine. 

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1. Je - sus may come to - day, Glad day, Glad day! And I would 

2. I may go home to - day. Glad day, Glad day! Seem-eth I 

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hear theur song; Hail to the ra - di - ant throng! If 

on the shore. Storms will af - fright nev - er - more, For 

free - ly tell Why I should love Hun so well, For 

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I should go home to-day. Glad day. Glad day! Is it the crown - ing 

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2. All my doubts and fears have van-ished since He came in - to my soul, 

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And He fiUs me with His ful - ness, sweet-er far than can be told, 
When the clouds will all be Uft - ed and my tears be wiped a- way— 



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1. Dear is the sto - ry of won-der-ful love Told of a Sav-ior, who 

2. Hat - ed, de-spisedand re - ject-ed was He, Whose word commanded the 

3. Torn were His feet by the bri-ars of scorn; Pierced was His fore-head by 

4. When, with the loved ones who've gone on be-f ore, Ean-somed we stand on that 






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came from a-bove, Bore all our sins, and in sor - row and 

wind and the sea; By whose com-pas - sion the hun - gry were fed, 

man - y a thorn; Wound-ed for us were His hands and His side, 

beau - ti - ful shore. When in His beau - ty our Sav - ior we see, 

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Who healed the hv-ing,whose voice raised the dead. Tell it to-day, it will 

Bro - ken the heart of the Lord era - ci - fied. 

what a glo - ri-ous day that will be! 



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Held By His Hand. 



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1. My heart knows no anx - ions day, 

2. Doubt and fear are con-quered foes, 

3. I have strength for ev - 'ry hour, 

4. How my hap - py heart can sing. 



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My Wonderfal Dream. 



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M. 44 = J. 



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2. There is sweet eom-pen-sa-tion for heart-ache and loss In the hope that is 

3. It will still be my stay when the fashion's of earth In the mist are dis- 



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giv - en to me; I shall quick-ly for -get how the road was be - set, 
solv - ing a - way; For the pas -sage of death will be on- ly a breath- 



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But a breath, and my dream will come true. 



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Because He First Loved Me. 



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saves me by His mer-cy, And keeps me by His pow'r; I'll pub-lish 
know His grace suf - fi-cient, And ask for naught be-side; My soul is 






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Come and Take Possession. 



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1. Vis - it us, pre-cious Sav - ior, Fix Thy dwelling in each heart; 

2. Breathe up-on us, lov-ing Spir - it. Let Thy life our souls in - spke; 

3. Fin - ish, Lord, this new ere - a - tion, Fix us for our place a - bove; 

4. Changed from glory un-to glo - ry, Teach us here to sing Thy praise, 

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'Till Thy na-ture we in - her - it, Filled with ho-ly, pure de - sure 
'Till with those who serve in glo - ry, We are per-fect in Thy love 
'Till we cast our crowns be - fore Thee, And a glorious anthem raise 



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Far, Far On tbe Other Side. 



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COPVRIOHT, 191 B, BY ARTHUH W. MC KEE. 



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2. The gi - ants are con-quered the spies said were here, Je - sus is 

3. The Man - na is gone and the corn is my food; Moved from the 









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world, and I'm liv - ing in God; I've ceased saying "can't" since I 



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found that He could,— Glo - ry to Je - sus for - ev - er. 



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I Love Jesus. 



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1. I love Je - sus, for He saved my soul; From His cross the tides of 

2. I love Je - sus, for He's al - ways near, Ev - er read-y with a 
3.1 love Je- sus when the joy-beams glow; Love Him when the storm-y 



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tern - pests blow; I will praise Him while the a - ges roll; 

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Hal - le - lu - jah, for He saved my soul! 



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I Walk With tbe King. 



James Rowe. 

M. 80 — J. 



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1. In sor-row I wan-dered, my spir - it op-prest, But now I am 

2. For years in the fet-ters of sin I was bound, The world could not 

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nap - py — se - cure - ly I rest; From mom- mg till eve - nmg giaa 
help me— no com - fort I found; But now like the birds and the 
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car - ols I sing, And this is the rea-son— I walk with the King, 
sunbeams of Spriag, I'm free and re - joic - ing— I walk with the King, 
you He would bring— Come in - to the sun -light and walk with the King. 



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i walk with the King, hal-Ie - lu - jah! I walk with the King,praise His name! 



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22 Brighten the Corner Where You Are. 



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nar-row self your way de - bar; Tho' in - to one heart a -lone may fall your 
fleet the bright and Morning Star; E - ven from your hum-ble hand the bread of 



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now be true. Bright-en the cor-ner where you are. 

song of cheer,Bright-en the cor-ner where you are. "Bright-en the cor-ner 

life may feed,Bright-en the cor-ner where you are. 



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M. 76 - J 



Jesus Leads. 

COPYRIGHT, 1893, BV JNO. R. SV 



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2. All a -long life's rug-ged road, Je-sus leads, Je - sus leads, 

3. Thro' the sun -lit ways of life Je-sus leads, Je-sus leads, 



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He will spread the waves a - side, Je - sus leads, Je - sus leads. 

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2. His life had al - so its sor-rows sore, For al - oes had a part; 

3. His garments, too, were in cas-sia dipped, With heal-ing m a touch; 

4. In gar-ments glo - ri-ous He will come. To o- pen wide the door; 

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Its fragrance reached to this heart of mine, With joy my be - ing thrills. 
And when I think of the cross He bore. My eyes with tear-drops start. 
Each time my feet in some sin have slipped. He took me from its clutch. 
And I shall en - ter my heav'n-ly home. To dwell for-ev - er - more. 



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I Know I Am Saved. 



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2. The fet-ters that held me His hand has re-moved, With wings as an 

3. My heart is now sing -Lag the song of the saved, The Spir.'-it doth 



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ea - gle I rise; .. No lon-ger to grov - el m dust of the earth, 
wit - ness with - in; . . . The blood of a - tone-ment, once shed on the cross, 



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God Will Tate Care of You. 

Dedicated to my wife, Mrs. John A. Davis. 

COPYRIGHT, 1905, BY JOHN A. DAVIS. 



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1. Be not dis-mayed what-e'er be - tide, God will take care of you; 

2. Thro' days of toU when heart doth fail, God wUl take care of you; 

3. All you may need He will pro -vide, God will take care of you; 

4. No mat-ter what may be the test, God will take care of you; 

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Noth-ing you ask will be de - nied. 
Lean, wea-ry one, up -on His breast. 



God will take care of you. 

God will take care of you. 

God will take care of you. 

God will take care of you. 



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When I Think of His Love for Me. 



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2. There are bless -ings un - num-bered as stars m the sky, Dai - ly 

3. All my troub - les grow less as I look at the cross, There's a 

4. So un-meas-uied His grace to a sin - ner has been, Liv-mg 

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bless - mgs that will ev - 'ry need sup -ply; And His good-ness ap- 
glo - ri - ous gain for each pass - ing loss; Earth-ly clouds, like the 
jew - els for Him I would glad - ly win; True and faith - ful to 



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pears like a bound -less sea. When I think of His love for me. 

mists of the moun-tain flee. When I think of His love for me. 

Je - sus, I long to be. When I think of His love for me. 



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bahn of His coun - sel our strength to re - new. Let us do with our 

cross and its ban-ner our glo - ry shall be. While we her - aid the 

name of Je-ho-vah ex - alt - ed shall be. In the loud - swell-ing 

home of the faith -ful our dwell - mg shall be. And we shout with the 



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I Am Coming, Lord. 



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1. t hear Thy wel-come voice That calls me, Lord, to Thee, For 

2. Tho' com - mg weak and vile, Thou dost my strength as -sure; Thou 

3. 'Tis Je - sus calls me on To per - feet faith and love. To 



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dost my vile-ness ful - ly cleanse. Till spot - less all, and pure. 

per - feet hope, and peace, and trust. For earth andheav'na - bove. 



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He Knows the Way. 



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1. There is a Guide that nev-er fal-ters, AndwhenHe leads 1 can - not stray, 

2. Oft-times the path grows dim and dreary, The darkness hides thecheer-ing ray, 

3. He knows the e - vils that sur-round me, The turnings that would lead a-stray, 

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For step by step, He goes be - fore me,And marks my path,He knows the way. 
Still I will trust tho' worn and wea - ry,My Sav-ior leads, He knows the way. 
No foes of night can ere con-found me, For Je -sus leads. He knows the way. 
Thine ev-'ry foe. His pow'r will vanquish, Let Je - sus lead. He knows the way. 



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owsthe way that leads to glo -ry; Thy ev -'ry fear He will al - lay, 

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1 They led Him a -way to be cm - ci - fied, The meek and low - ly 

2. They led Him a -way— nor did He re - bel, The great, re-deem-ing 

3. They led Him a -way— and He died for me, The lov-ing, liv - ing 

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Je - sus I The an-guish He suf-fered no tongue can tell This won ■ 
Je - sus! I'll fol - low His steps till His face I see, This won- 



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I SUI Be Ready. 



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2. I shall be read - y for Him I have trust - ed, Us - mg the 

3. Shall His re- turn -mg to you mean a bless -ing? Or will you 

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hold Hun de - scend from on high, Clothed in His gar-ments of 
tal - ents com- mit - ted to me; Thmgs I once loved from my 
trem - ble and fall down with fear? How wiU He find you, de- 
God and Joint - Heir with His Son; All shall be well when He 

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heart have de - part - ed, Liv - mg m Je - sus my soul is made free, 

ny - ing, con- f ess -ing? Seek Him, be- liev-ing, while yet He is near, 

comes back to take me, Rul - er and Lord of the world He has won. 



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33 Wfcen the Shout of Battle Dies Away. 

H. A. Henry. 



Lizzie DeArmond. 

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1. There's a sound of war -fare o'er the whole wide world, Hosts of sin are 

2. Long may be the con-flict ere the Lord draws near, We can nev - er 

3. There's a sound of war - fare swell-ing loud and strongi Soon the din and 




gath-'ring for the fray; Time is swift - ly fly-mg! where will you be found, 
know the hour or day; But, if faith -ful sol-diers,we can rest se - cure, 
strife shall end for aye; May our names be writ-ten in His book of life, 



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In the Garden. 



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2. He speaks, and the sound of His voice Is so sweet the birds hush their 

3. I'd stay m the gar -den with Him Tho' the night a-round me be 



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Carry Tour Cross With a Smile. 



Ina Duley Ogdon. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 






1. Tho' your heart may be heav - y with sor-row and care, You may 

2. Let the well by the way -side that flows un - to all Strength im- 

3. For the work that you faith-ful - ly, will - ing - ly do, You shall 



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mom-ing you wear, And car-ry your cross with a smile ! Car-ry your cross with a 

oft - en re -call. And car-ry your cross with a smile! 

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smile, . .... Car - ry your cross with a smile; You may oth -ers from 

with a smile, Car - ry your cross with a smile; 



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Saved! 



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2. Je - sus my Sav - ior came to cleanse me, Car - nal in heart and 

3. Je - sus my Sav - ior came to guide me - ver the mount-ains, 

4. Je - sus my Sav - ior soon will call me Home to my man - sion, 



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fight -ings with - in; Now I en- joy His pre-cious ful - ness 

down thro' the vale; Still He is with me, strong to keep me; 

shin - iag a - bove; There shall I see Him in His glo - ry, 



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Pow - er and vie - fry o'er in - bred sin. 

Fol-low-ing Him I shall nev - er fail. 

Praise and a - dore Him in songs of love. 



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All Alone. 



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2. Don'tyou know He trod the wine-press for you All a- 

3. Don't you know that He has bought your pardon All a- 



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lone? And the bur -den that He bore in meek-ness, Such a 

lone? And your grat - i - tude for such a mer - cy Un - to 

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Wden the Boot is Opened. 



Lizzie DeArmond, 

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1. "Wnen the Book is o-penedon that last great day. Will your he£ 



hen the Book is o-penedon that last great day. Will yovur heart be 

2. When the trump is sound-ing thro' the flam -ing skies, When from heav'n the 

3. When the Book is o-pened and the rec - ord read, Will the Christ stand 



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Judge de-scends, Will you stand with those who have re-ject - ed Him, Or a- 
by your side, Say-ing, "Right-eousFa-ther, give to me my own; For this 



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Tell Me tte Story of Jesus. 



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2. Fast-ing a -lone in the des - ert, Tell of the days that are passed, 

3. Tell of the cross where they nailed Him, Writh-mg m an - guish and pain; 



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Tell me the sto - ry most pre - cious, Sweet-est that ev - er was heard. 
How for our sins He was tempt -ed, Yet was tri-um-phant at last. 
Tell of the grave where they laid Him, Tell how He liv - eth a - gain. 



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rus, Sang as they wel-comed His birth, 
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40 Since Jesus Came Into My Heart. 




R. H. McDaniel. 



I' T i.i won-der-ful change in my life has been wrought Since Je-'sus came 
?!',., hayeceasedfrommywandWandgo-ing a -stray, Since Je-sus came 
I' k^re?sTh?hf ?n .L^T?"* is jtead-fast and sure, Smce Je-sus came 
t' T i.ll InfV.^. the val-ley of death now for me, Smce Je - sus came 
5. I shaU go there to dweU m that Cit - y I know, Since Je - sus came 




W,'ln ^iJf'J' .l/a^eljght in mysoul for which long I had sought, 

m-to my heart; And my sms which were man-y are aU washed a-way, 

in - to my heart; And no dark clouds of doubt now my path-way ob-scure 

in-to myheart; And the gates of the Cit- y be-yond I can se^' 

m-to myheart; And I'm hap- py, so hap-py as on-ward I go,' 




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Tbe Palace of Light. 



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2. When the bat - tie is o - ver, the vie - to - ry won. When the 

3. I shall sing a glad song when my eyes shall be - hold The 



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tri - als are end-ed, the jour-ney is done, I shall look on a 

cit - y of jas-per with por-tals of gold; Oh, the joy I shall 




Sav-ior a- wait -ing me there. In my home in the Pal-ace of Light, 
splen-dormore bright than the sun, In my home in the Pal-ace of Light, 
know, when the glo - ries un-fold. In my home ui the Pal-ace of Light. 



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Sail On! 



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1. Up - on a wide and storm-y sea, Thou'rt sail - ing to e - ter - ni - ty, 

2. Art far from shore and wea-ry - worn— The sky o'er-cast,thy can-vas torn? 

3. Do com-rades trem-ble and re - fuse To fur-ther dare the taunt-mg hues? 
1. Do snarl-ing waves thy craft as - sail? Art pow'r-less, drifting with the gale? 



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Hark ye! A voice to thee is borne:— "Sail on! sail on! sail on!" 

No oth - er course is thine to choose, Sail on! sail on! sail on! 

Take heart! God 'sword shall nev-er fail! Sail on! sail on! sail on! 



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In His Glory. 



E. E. Hewitt. 

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1. All who wait for His ap-pear-ing shall be joy-ful by and by, 

2. In the house of man -y man-sions we shall meet in that blest hour, 

3. All the clouds of time shall van - ish, all the shad-ows flee a - way. 



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comes in His glo - ry; His shall be the crown and 
comes in His glo - ry; We shall see Him in His 



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king-dom and the ev - er-last-ing pow'r , When Je - sus comes in His glo .^ . 
beau - ty, in that full and per-fect day, When Je - sus comes in His glo - ry. 



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K Jesus Goes With Me. 

COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY HALL-MACK CO. 



C. Austin Miles. 






1. It may be in the val-ley, where countless dangers hide; It may be in the 

2. It may be I must car - ry the bless-ed word of life A-cross the bum-mg 

3. But if it be my por-tionto bear mycross athome,Whileothersbeartheir 

4. It is not mine to ques-tion the judgments of my Lord, It is butmmeto 



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sun-shine that I, in peace a - bide; But this one thing I know— if 

des-erts to those in sin - ful strife; And tho' it be my lot td 

bur -dens be- yond the bil- low's foam, I'll prove my faith in Him— con- 

fol - low the lead -ings of His word; But if to go or stay, or 






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it be dark or fair. If Je - sus is with me, I'll go an - y - where! 

bear my col- ors there. If Je - sus goes with me, I'U go an - y - where! 

fess His judgments fak. And, if He stays with me, I'U go an -y - where! 

wheth-er here or there, I'll be, with my Sav-ior, con- tent an -y - where! 



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cross to bear; If Je-sus goes with me, I'll go an - y 

His cross to bear; 




1. Spir - it of the Liv - ing God, My heart Thy throne shalt be, 

2. A life de-vot - ed to Thy will, De - pend-ing on Thy pow'r, 

3. I've naughtof good to of - fer Thee, Just take me as I 

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I crave far more than else be - side— Fill with Thy-self this hour. 
And cleanse me by the pre-cious blood Of Christ, the spot-less Lamb. 



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1. Bless -ed as-sur-ance, Je-sus is mine! what a fore - taste of 

2. Per - feet sub-mis-sion, per-fect de - light, Vi-sions of rap - ture now 

3. Per - feet sub-mis-sion, all is at rest, I in my Sav - ior am 



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glo - ry di - vine! Heir of sal- va-tion, pur-chase of God, Bom of His 
burst on my sight! An- gels de-scend-ing, bringfrom a-bove Ech-oes of 
hap -py and blest; Watch-ing and wait -mg, look -ing a-bove, Filled with His 




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mer - cy, whis-pers of love. This is my sto - ry, this is my 

good - ness, lost in His love. 



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I Know Not. 

COPYRIQKT, iei4, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL 



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1. I know not what li - eth be - fore me, What shad - ows may 

2. I know not what sor-rows may en - ter My life, or what 

3. 1 know not what bur - dens will bow me. Ere du - ty and 

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fall on my way. But I'm sure that my Lord watch-es o - ver me, 
griefs may be mine, But I'm sure that my Lord will be with me, and 
la - bor are past, But I'm sure that my Lord, if I faith-ful prove, 




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His mer - cy a-bout me will shme. I know not, I know not, 

Win know me in heav- en at last. 



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Jesus is All the World to Me. 



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1. Je - sus is all the world to me, My life, my joy, my 

2. Je - sus is all the world to me. My friend in tri - ab 

3. Je - sus is all the world to me, And true to Him I'll 

4. Je - sus is all the world to me, I want no bet - ter 

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He is my strength from day to day, With-out Him I would fall; 

I go to Him for bless-ings, and He gives them o'er and o'er; 

Oh, how could I this Friend de - ny. When He's so true to me? 

I trust Him now, I'll trust Him when Life's fleet-mg days shall end; 



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When I am sad to Him I go, No oth-er one can cheer me so; 
He sends the sun-shme and the ram. He sends the harvest's gold-en gram; 
Fol - low-ingHim I knowi'mright, Hewatch-es o'er me dayandnight; 
Beau-ti- ful life with such a Friend; Beau-ti-ful life that has no end; 






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Sun - shine and rain, har - vest of grain He's my friend. 

Fol - low - ing Him by day and night, He's my friend. 

E - ter - nal life, e - ter - nal joy, He's my friend. 

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Let the Joy Overflow. 



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2. Man - y hearts need the sto-ry— Are a-thirst for Hisgrace; Goto themwithHis 

3. Be our Uves free -ly yield -ed To theSavior'scommand;By His care ev-er 

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glow-ingWith the sun-shine of love; Take the blest con - so-la-tion, Which the 
glo - ry Shin-ing out from your face; Tell of Je-sus yourSav-ior! If His 
shield-edAnd up -held by His hand; In the path-ways of sadness, Sweetest 

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mer-cies you know, Show the light of His fa - vor— Let the joy o - ver - flow. 

lil - ies may grow; Let us sow seeds of glad-ness— Let the joy o -ver-flow. 

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joy! Let the blessing run o- ver, And joy o - ver-flow. 

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Are You Counted In? 



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2. Are you count-ed in on the Mas-ter's side, Tho' you suf - fer re- 

3. Are you count-ed in on the Mas-ter's side In up - hold - ing the 

4. Are you count-ed m on the Mas-ter's side, While so swift - ly the 



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Cru - ci - fied? Are you glad to stand with His cho - sen band In the 
proach and loss? Is your cour- age stayed on His might -y aid, Are you 
good and pure? Step-ping day by day as He leads the way, Does His 
mo - mentsgUde? Then be - fore the throne, He your name wiU own, Count-ed 



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ranks of the true and tried? 

bear-mg the hal-lowed cross?Doesthe world takeknowledgethatyou've been with 

word your hopes se - cure? 

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Redeemed and Saved. 



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2. Redeemed and saved! Oh!bless-ed was themo-ment,When,in de-spair, I 

3. Redeemed and saved! No more a wand'ring al - ien, No more the giiilt, the 



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foundHis par -don free; When first I knew the Son of God, in dy-ing, 
fears I felt be -fore; But now a peace and joy that nev - er fail-eth; 



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Had died for me, had died for ev - en me. 

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2. Who is this Je - sus? Why should He The cit - y move so might - i - ly? 

3. Je - sus! 'Tis He who once be -low Man's pathway trod, 'mid pain and woe; 

4. A - gam He comes! From place to place His ho - ly foot-prints we can trace; 



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A pass-ing stran-ger, has He skill To move the mul - ti - tude at will? 
And burdened ones, where'er He came, Bro't out their sick and deaf and lame. 
He pans - eth at our threshold — nay, He en - ters — con-de-scends to stay. 



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'Je - sus of Naz-a - reth pass-eth by." 
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Glory. 



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1. We have heard of the man-sions in glo - ry Pre - pared by our 

2. We have heard of a pure flow - ing riv - er, Like crys - tal its 

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I Want to See Jesas, Don't Yon? 



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2. When I'm wea - ry and faint He is al - ways near, With His joy He my 

3. Ho - ly an-gels keep watch o'er me thro' the night, And each mom-ing He 

4. He is fair - er than lU - y or rose to me, And His bless -ings fall 

5. There's a place for my soul that He doth pre-pare,And its beau - ty by 




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Sav - ior so true; On the cross for my sins He was cru - ci- fled: 

strength doth re - new; And He comfortsmyheart, speaking words of cheer: 

guards me a - new; In the smile of His love doth my soul de-light: 

soft as the dew; my heart, how it longs His dear face to see: 

faith I can view; First of all, when I en - ter that man-sionfair, 

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A Rainbow On the Cloud. 



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1. Be not wea-ry or cast down When the heavensseem to frown, There's a 

2. He whose word re-buked the storm, Now is a - ble to per-form Ev - 'ry 

3. There's a rain -bow on the cloud 1 Tho' your soul is sorrow-bowed, Lift your 



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rain-bow on the cloud for you! 'Tisanarchofpromise bright, Earnest, of un-fad-ing 
word He whispers to your heart ; Wholly lean up-on Him then , For the sun will shine a- 
voice to praise the Lofd to -day; There's a rainboiv 'round the throne. In its glo-ry we will 



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light, Pour-ing from a sky of ra-diant blue. There's a rainbow on the cloud for 

gain. And the shadows ev-er-more de - part. 

own That He led us m His per-fect way. on the 

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let Otters See Jesus in You, 



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2. By pow'r,whentemp-ta-tions aresurg-ing a - round, To smg of the 

3. By smiles that come free - ly from some hid-den spring, By songs that to 



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grace that still more will a - bound, So press on in con - flict till 

Je - sus will joy-ful-ly ring; By words thai to oth - ers, sal- 

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57 My Tent is Pitched in Beulah Land. 



COPYRIGHT, (917, BV HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 

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1. Praise God, I've found a safe re-treat Where I can rest my wea-ry feet; 

2. From here yon heav-en can be seen, Tho' Jordan's tor-rent flows be-tween; 

3. I blow that in that cit -y fair Are man-y loved ones wait-ing there, 

4. Christ Uves with me m this re- treat And our com-mun-ion here is sweet; 



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Here joys a-bound on ev-'ry hand,-'T is Beulah Land, sweet Beulah Land. 
But till I cross, at God'scommand, I'll stay right here in BeulahLand. 
But tiU I'm called to jom that band, I'll nev - er leave sweet Beulah Land. 
He'llleadme, if I hold His hand, To heaven's gate m Beulah Land. 



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If Your Heart Keeps Rigbt. 



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2. Is your life just a tan -gle, Full of toil and care? Smile a bit as you 

3. There are blossoms of gladness 'Neath the winter's snow; From the gloom and the 



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their lives bright; Skieswillgrow blue and sun -ny, 
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Open the Gates of Prayer. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 

M. 56 = cJ • 



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2. Je-sus, my trust, this heart is Thme, Keptby thepow'rof grace di-vine; 

3. Je-sus, my life, guide my way On-ward from earth to end -less day. 



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Help me to rise my cares a-bove, Filled with Thy deep, un - bound - ed love. 
Soon may I reach the heav'n-ly shore. There to a -bide for - ev - er-more. 



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Jesus, lover of My Soul. 



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2. 0th - er ref - uge have I none; Hangs my help -less soul on Thee: 

3. Thou, Christ, art all I want; More than all in Thee I find; 

4. Plen-teous grace with Thee is found, Grace to cov - er all my sin; 






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Leave, ah, leave me not a - lone, Still sup - port and com -fort me: 

Raise the fall -en, cheer the faint, Heal the sick, and lead the blind. 

Let the heal-ing streams a - bound; Make and keep me pure with - in. 



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I Love to Tell tfie Story. 



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sto - ry; 'Tis pleasant to re - peat Whatseems.each 
sto - ry; For those who know it best Seemhun-ger- 



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gold -en fan-cies Of all my gold-en dreams. I love to tell the sto-ry, 
tune I tell it, Morewon-der-ful -ly sweet. I love to tell the sto-ry; 
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It did so much for me; And that is just the rea-son I tell it now to thee. ) 
Forsomehavenever heard The message of sal-va-tion From God'sown holy woru. 
I sing thenew,newsong, 'Twill be the old,old story, That I have loved so long. 



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Look In The Bible 



Susan R. Peck, 

M. 54 — fij 



Inscribed to Miss Grace Saxe, Bible Teacher of the Sunday Party. 

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2. There's a Kmg who now offers a share m His throne, Look m the Bi-ble for that I 

3. He is pa-tient-ly waitmg,and asks for your heart,Look in the Bi-ble for that ! 

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A King who will give you all things for your own. Look in the Bi-ble for that. 
'Tis on-ly your will that will keep you a-part, Look in the Bi-ble for that. 




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ac-cept it— soul, how can you wait? 
re - fuse what He wants you to do — 



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2. There is wel- come for the sm-ner, 

3. For the love of God is broad-er 

4. If our love were but more sim- pie, 



Like the wide-ness of the sea: 
And more gra - ces for the good; 
Than the meas-ure of man's mmd; 
We should take Him at His word; 



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There's a kind-ness in His jus-tice, 

There is mer - cy with the Sav - ior; 

And the heart of the E - ter - nal 

And our lives would be all sun-shine 



Which is more than lib - er - ty. 
There is heal- ing in His blood. 
Is most won - der - ful - ly kind. 
In the sweet- ness of our Lord. 



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Edgar Page. 

M. 80 = J 



Beulah Land. 



■ PERMISSION OF MRS L. E. 8WENEV KIRKPATRICK. 



Jno. R. Sweney. 



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1. I've reached the land of com and wine, And all its rich - es free - ly mine; 

2. My Sav-ior comes and walks with me, And sweet com-mun-ion here have we; 

3. A sweet per-fume up - on the breeze Is bom from ev - er - ver - nal trees, 

4. The zeph-yrs seem to float tome, Sweetsoundsof heav-en's mel -o-dy, 



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Here shines undimmed one bliss - ful day. For all my night has passed a-way. 
He gen - tly leads me by His hand, For this is heav-en's bor-der-land. 
And flow'rs, that nev - er - fad - ing grow Where streams of life for - ev - er flow. 
As an-gels with the white-robed throng Join in the sweet redemption song. 



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Help to Save Somebody. 



E. E. Hewitt. 

M. 54 = J. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. Help"^ to save some -bod - y, Chris -tian, a- rise I Has -ten to 

2. Think of your friends— are there an - y a - stray? Can you not 

3. Be as the Mas-ter was, pa-tient and kind; Go in His 




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la - bor, for time swift - ly flies; Seek the poor wan - der - ers 
speak of your Sav - ior to - day? Ten - der - ly, faith - ful - ly, 
pre - cious name, seek till you find. Out in the high -ways. His 




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lost m the night. Point them to Je - sus, the Life and the Light. 

tell of His love: Tell of the man-sions pre - par - ing a-bove. 

peo- pie must go; May His own spir - it our hearts o - ver-flow. 



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1. All hail the pow'r of Je - sus name! Let an - gels prostrate fall, 

2. Ye cho - sen seed of Is - rael's race, Ye ransomed from the fall, 

3. Let ev - 'ry kin - dred, ev - 'ry tribe On this ter - res-trial ball, 

4. that with yon - der sa - cred throng We at His feet may fall, 



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Ye ransomed from the fall, Hail Him who saves you by His grace, 

On this ter- res -trial ball, To Him all maj - es - ty as-cribe, 

We at His feet may fall! We'll jom the ev - er-last - mg song, 



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CEirist ReturnetFi. 



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2. It may be at mid - day, it may be ;.t twi-light. It 

3. While His hosts cry Ho-san - na, from heav-en de-scend-ing. With 

4. joy! de- light! should we go with -out dy-ing, No 



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^lo - ri - fled saints and the an - gels at - tend-ing. With grace on His 
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glo - ry. When Je - sus re-ceives His own. 
glo - ry. Will Je - sus re-ceive "His own.'* 
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Toiling for the Master. 



COPYRIGHT, 1917, BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 

Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr. international copyright secured. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, 




1. Toil - ing for the Mas - ter in the fields a -round me, 

2. Toil - ing for the Mas - ter, what a bless - ed du - ty! 

3. Toil - ing for the Mas - ter,— love makes la - bor light - er; 



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Gath-er-ing souls for Je - sus, I am not dis-mayed; Work-mg in His 
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Holy Quietness. 



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2. Spring-ing in - to life and glad-ness, All a-roundthisglo-riousGuest, 

3. Like a ram that falls from heav- en, Like the sun-Ught from the sky, 

4. What a won - der- ful sal - va- tion, Where we al-ways see His face! 



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Ban-ishedun - be - lief and sad-ness,And we just o - bey and tnist. 
So the Ho - ly Ghost is ^v - en. Com - ing on us from on high. 
What a peace-ful hab - i - ta - tion, What a qui - et rest -ing place. 



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Tbe OM Fashioned Faitb. 



COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY RODEHEAVER-ACKLEY CO. 

Rev. N. A> McAtilay. homer a. rooeheaver, owner. 

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1. I am somewhat old-fashioned, I know, When it comes to re - lig-ion and God; 

2. I be-lieve that the Bi-ble is true, Tho'the crit-ics have torn it a- part, 

3. I be-lieve our re-Ug-ionmust be Not a cloak tor our meanness or sha 
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All its warnings and mir- a- cles too, I do whol-ly ac-cept with my heart. 
But a pow - er from bond-age to free, All who trust in that heav-en - ly name. 

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I be-lieve that the Sab-bath was made To be sa-cred-ly kept for the Lord; 
I am tell - mg the peo - pie each day, That the sin - ner f or-ev - er is lost, 

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I be-lieve that if heav-en we win. We must flee from the ter-rors of hell. 

And when bro-ken for pleas-ure or trade. We shall miss the e-ter-nal re - ward. 

Who has failed to ac-cept the true way Which waso-pened at in -fi-nite cost. 
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And I'll praise Him wher-ev-er I go, For cleans - mg and mak-ing me whole, 




Near to Jesus. 



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M. 48 = J . 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 




1. Near to Je - sus, near to Je-sus, Trust -ing Him with-out a fear; [ 

2. Near to Je - sus, near to Je-sus, Tho' in sor - row and in pain; ! 

3. Near to Je - sus, near to Je-sus, Till life's toil and cares are o'er, 




When the storm-clouds dark-ly gath-er, He will make the path- way clear, j 
Los - ing earth - ly ease and pres-ence. Life e - ter - nal we shall gain. \ 
Then in heav'n, 'mid joys im-mor-tal, Near to Je - sus— ev - er-more. 

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I Am Praying for You. 



S. O'Maley Gluff 

M. 100 r= J 



Ira D. Sankey. 



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1. I have a Sav-ior, He's plead -ing m glo - ry, A dear, lov-mg Sav- 

2. I have a Fa - ther; to me He has giv - en A hope for e - ter- 

3. I have a robe; 'tis re -splen-dent m white-ness,A- wait-ing in glo- 

4. When Je-sus has found you, tell oth-ers the sto - ry, That my lov-ing Sav- 



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ni - ty, bless - ed and true; And soon will He call me to meet Hun in 

ry my won - der-mg view: Oh, when I re - ceive it all shin - ing in 

lor is your Sav-ior, too; Then pray that your Sav-ior will bring them to 



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o'er me. And, oh, that my Sav-ior were your Sav-ior, too. 

heav - en. But, oh, that He'd let me bring you with me, too! For you I 

bright-ness, Dear friend, could I see you re - ceiv -ing one, too! 

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Tte Bible Satisfies. 



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1. how I love God's ho- ly word! Its truths my life con - trol; 

2. I read the his - to - ry so grand Of how this world was made; 

3. I find the sto - ry sweet and true, Of Christ who left His throne 

4. price-less book I pre-ciouspage! mes - sage from a - bovel 



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Its mes - sa - ges my breast have stirred,It sat - is - fles my soul. 

How God with His ere - a - ting hand His won-drous pow'r dis - played. 

To give His life for me and you— To claim us for His own. 

A guid-ing hand thro' ev- 'ry age; My first, my high -est love. 






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Goming in Glory. 



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1. He has gone out of sight, our joy and de - light, But hark to the 

2. the Bride that He sought, the Church that He bought, Tho' we now see her 

3. And the king-dom to come, will quick-ly be won. Not by men or thro' 



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Drifting. 



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2. Drift -ing al-most up - on the bar, Los - ing sight of the Bea-con Star; 

3. Drift -ing on, with no shore m view, Thmk not skies will be al-waysblue; 

4. Drift no lon-gerllet Je - sus save, Let Him guide you a -cross the wave, 



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From the ha-ven of joy a - far, Drift -ing o- ver life's 

Storm and ship-wreck will come to you. Drift- ing o -ver life's 

Lest you sink m a sin - ner's grave. Drift -ing o- ver life's 



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How Would It Be With You? 



Edith L. Mapes. 

M 54 = J. 



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1. If Jesus should come at this moment To catch up with Him in the air 

2. If quickly to you came the summons To stand in e - ter-ni - ty now, 

3. If Je-sus were standing a-mong us And care-ful-ly searchmg each heart, 



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Where ev'ry tongue shall confess Him,Bef ore whom all nations must bow, Would you be 
Bid -ding the ran-somedto en-ter, And saying to oth-ers, de-part; Would you be 

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find you, I wonder— Watching, waiting,faithful, true? Dear-lybe-lov-ed,con- 
read - y to meet Him,In His blood be washed.made new? Dear-ly be-lov-ed,coa- 
placed at His right hand. Or with those He nev-er knew? Dear-ly be-lov-ed,con- 




gid-er — How would it be with you? How would it be with you, How would it 

with you, 

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Full S< 



urrender. 



COPYHIQ.fT, 1901, BY D B. TOWNER. CHARLES M. ALEXANDER, 

Rebecca S. Pollard. international copyright secured. 



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1. Sav - ior, 'tis a full sur-ren-der, All I leave to 

2. As I come in deep con-tri-tion At this con- se- 

3. No with-hold-ing— full con-fess-ion; Pleas-ures,rich-es, 

4. Be this theme my song and sto - ry, Now and im - tU 

5. the joy of full sal-va-tionl the peace of 



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ly Spir-it, take pos-ses-sioni I no more, but Thou in me. 
my rap-ture, this my glo - ry. Till I reach the shm - mg shore, 
the bliss of con - se- era -tion! I am His and He is mine. 



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2. praise Him for His ho - li-ness, His wis-dom and His grace; 

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Of love so rich, so full and free, Of bless-ings man - i - fold; 



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Of grace that fail - eth nev - er, Peace flow - ing as a riv - er. 



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From God the glo - rious Giv - er. To Him give thanks. 

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Happy Rest in Jesus. 



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2. Rest, hap-py rest 

3. Rest, hap-py rest 

4. Rest, hap-py rest 



in Je-sus, The troub-led soul may find; He our Re- 
in Je-sus, From all our doubts and fears; Rest in the 
in Je-sus, From ev - 'ry toil and strife; Rest at the 
in Je-sus, Where storms no more shall rise; Rest where the 




The bro-ken heart to bind. 



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Thro 'long unchanging years. Rest, hap-pyrestin Je - sus, 
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An Old Account Settled. 



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2. The old accountwaslarge, And growing ev-'ry day, For I was al-ways 

3. When at the judgment bar I stand be-fore my King, And He the book will 
4.0 sm - ner, seek the Lord, Re-pent of all your sin, For thus He has com- 



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sin - ning. And nev-er tried to pay; But when I looked a - head And 

- pen. He can -not find a thing; Then will my heart be glad, While 
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saw such pain and woe, I said that I would set-tie. And settled long a-go. 
tears of joy will flow Be-cause I had it set-tied, And settled long a-go. 
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Are You WasKed in tfce Blood? 



BY PERMJSSION. 



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2. Are youwalk-ing dai-ly by the Sav-ior's side? Are you washed in the 

3 . When the Bridegroom cometh will your robes be white , Pure and white m the 

4. Lay a - side the garments that are stained with sui, And be washed in the 

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blood of the Lamb? Are you full - y trusting in His grace this hour? Are you 
blood of the Lamb? Do you rest each moment in the Cru - ci - fied? Are you 
blood of the Lamb? Will your soul be ready for the mansions bright, And be 
blood of the Lamb; There's a fountain flowing for the soul un-clean, Oh, be 
J) .'Si.— Are your garments spotless? Are they white as snow? Are you 




washed m the blood of the Lamb? Are you washed 
washed in the blood of the Lamb? Are rou washed 

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Confidence. 



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BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



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1. Walk Thou with me, nor let my foot-steps stray A - part from Thee, thro '- 

2. Thro' wea - ry years my way hath mi - ry been; My bit - ter tears Thy 

3. No earth -ly foe can give my spir-it fear; No threat 'ning woe can 



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pity_ - ingeyehathseen;MyfaintmghearthathheardThyvoicedivine;My trembling 
quailwhenThouartnear;No tempter'ssnarecantummystepsa-side,For, m Thy 



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To Eternity, 



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2. The breezes of Thy love are flow-ingfree, They tell Thy love to 

3. Thy Spir-it calls to all come home to-day, Come back and find the 



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all hu - man - i - ty; They are smg - ing of the blood of Cal - va- 

Sav - ior while you may; Find that Je - sus is the life, the truth, the 

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be, We are sail - ing to e - ter - ni - ty. 

ry, Mak- ing white thro' all e-ter-ni-ty. Earth-ly joys can-not corn- 
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Yield Not to Temptation. 



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2. Shun e - vil com-pan-ion, Bad lan-guage dis - dain; God's name hold m 

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help you Some oth - er to win; Fight man - ful - ly on - ward, 
rev-'rence,Nor take it in vain; Be thought-ful and ear - nest, 
con - quer, Tho' oft - en cast down; He who is our Sav - ior, 



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Kmd-heart-ed and true; Look ev - er to Je - sus He'll car-ry you through. 
Our strength will re - new; Look ev - er to Je - sus He'll car-ry you through. 



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Somebody Cares. 



COPYRIGHT, 1910. BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



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1. Sorae-bod-y knows when your heart aches, And ev-'ry-thing seems to go wrong; 

2. Some-bod-y cares when you're tempted, And your mind grows diz-zy and dim ; 

3. Some-bod-y loves you when wea - ry; n Some-bod-y loves you when strong; 

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Some-bod-y cares when you're weakest, And farth-est a - way from Him; 
AI - ways is wait - ing to help you, He watch-es you— one of the throng; 



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Some-bod - y waits for your com - ing, And He'll drive the gloom from your night 
His name? We call His name Je - sus; He loves ev- 'ry one. He ioves you. 



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Pilot of Galilee. 



Grace Duffie Roe. 

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2. Once down our path The storm of wrath Lashed the wild f oam-ing wave; 

3. Helms-man true, The voy- age thro' May we but trust Thy handl 



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Darkness and dread Gathered o'er- head. No hu-man arm could save. 
Thine are the isles Where pleasure smiles, Thine the fair Beu-lah land. 



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Drift -ing and lost, we heard with fear The breakers roar where rocks did hide. 
Each strange,new mom un-veils the way To unknown seas where we must go; 



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The reefs are passed, the tempest's roar Sinks to a whis-per low. 
Till thro' the gloom our souls could hear, "Lo, I will be Thy guide.' 
Thouwhodidstguide thro' yes- ter- day, To-mor-row's path dost know. 



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1. i hear theSav-ior say: "Thy strength in -deed is small; Child of 

2. Lord, now in-deed I find Thy pow'r, and Thine a - lone. Can 

3. For noth-inggoodhave I Where-by Thy grace to claim; I'll 

4. And when, be-fore the throne, I stand in Him com-plete,"Je - sua 



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change the lep-er's spots. And melt the heart of stone. Je - sus paid it 

wash my garments white In the blood of Cal-v'ry'sLamb. 

died my soul to save!" My lips shall still re- peat. 







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all, All to Him I owe; Sin had left a crimson stam. He washed it white as snow. 



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1. Of Je-sus' love that sought me When I was lost in sin, Of won-drous 

2. He trod in old Ju - de - a Life's pathway long a - go; Thepeo-ple 

3. 'Twaswondrous love which led Him For us to suf-fer loss— To bear with- 



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grace that brought me Back to His fold a -gain, Of heights and depths of 
thronged a -bout Him, His sav - ing grace to know; He healed the bro-ken- 
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heart - ed. And caused the blind to see; And still His great heart yeameth In 

glo - ry. Let us ourvoic-es raise. Till heav'n and earth re-ech - o With 

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2. No soul un-blest that Isle em-bow-ers; No long-ing there un - sat - is - fled; 

3. No fare-well there !0 bless-edmor-row! No go - ing out a - gain to roam; 

4. No tears up yon-der I all are near-er Than l^^re the nearest friend could be; 

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No heav-y-la-den, no heart-broken! E - ter - nal life, e - ter - nal day! 
No fall-ing leaves, no fad-ing flow-ers, No hope deferred, no joy de-nied. 
No child of sin, no child of sor-row. For there is love, and there is home. 
No dear-est love will there be dear-er— But more than all is Christ to see. 



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2. Like a might -y ar- my Moves the Church of God; Broth-ers, we are 

3. Crowns and thrones may per-ish, King-doms rise and wane; But the Church of 

4. On - ward, then, ye peo - pie! Join our hap-py throng. Blend with ours your 



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tread -mg Where the saints have trod; We are not di - vid - ed, 

Je - sus Con-stant will re - main; Gates of hell can nev - er 

voic - es In the 'tri-umph-song; Glo - ry, laud, and hon - or, 



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Leads a-gainst the foe; For-ward m - to bat -tie, See Hisban-ners gol 
All one bod - y we, One in hope and doc - trine. One in char-i - ty. 
'Gainst that Church pre-vail; We have Christ's own prom-ise, Which can nev-er fail. 
Un - to Christ the King, This thro 'count-less a - ges Men and an-gels sing. 



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2. When we gath-er at last round the great white throne, When the King in His 

3. Fa - ther, naother, and brothers and sis-ters dear, Those we ten-der-ly 

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ransomed fall on our ear, Shall we meet our de-part-ed in garments fair, 
beau-ty His bride shall own. Will our loved ones the wedding robe spotless wear, 
cherished and loved while here, They the crowns of the purified then shall wear, — 
glo - ri - fied we shall know. Shall they with us the rapture of heaven share, 




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there? Will the cir-cle be bro-ken o-ver there? When the Savior shall 







gath-er His loved ones home, Will the cir-cle be broken o - ver there? 



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Hallelujah and Praise. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 

M. 52 — 0' 



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2. Redeemed and made per -feet, my birth-right 86 -cure, My an-chor is 

3. Redeemed and made per -feet! all glo - ry to Thee Whose blood of a- 

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1. don't give up the Strug -gle, And from the way de - part; 

2. don't lose faith in Je - sus, But cling to Him in pray'r; 

3. pil- grim, don't get wea - ry, And count the way too long; 



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He holds your ev - 'ry m-t'rest. With won-drous love and care. 
But press a lit - tie fur - ther And join the ransomed throng. 



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Rev. W. C. Poole. 

M. 100 = J 



Wliere My King leads On. 

COPYRIGHT, I9IS, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 



Chas. H. Gabriel, Jr. 






1. Where my King leads on, till the fight is won, You -vfill find me 

2. In the bat - tie fray there is need to - day For the loy - al 

3. Where my Kmg leads on, till the fight is won. And we stand up- 



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and the ev - er true and brave. Who will fol - lo'w^ on till the 
on the field of vie - to - ry, He will lead a - right, thro' the 



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eo - inff thro'. Till the fore - es of mv King shall win the fight. 



»o - ing thro', Till the fore - es of my King shall win the fight, 
fight is won. And the ban-ners on the field of vie -fry wave. 
tWck - est fight. And w' ell fol - low where His ban - ner waves for me. 



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Open My Eyes, That I May See. 



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1. O-pen my eyes, that I may see Glimpses of truth Thou hast forme; 

2.0- pen my ears, that I may hear Voic - es of truth Thou send-est clear; 

3. - pen mymouth,andlet me bear Glad - ly the warm truth ev-'ry-where; 



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And while the wave-notes fall on my ear, Ev - 'ry-thing false will dis-ap-pear. 
- pen my heart, and let me pre-pare. Love with Thy chil-dren thus to share. 



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Make Sometody Happy To-day. 



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1. If your own sor-rows you want to for- get, Make some-bod-y hap-py to- 

2. If you seek pleas-ure no troub-le can mar, Make some-bod-y hap-py to- 

3. Donotcomplainthatyou'venothingtogive, Make some-bod-y hap-py to- 

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day; If m your heart jou would know no re - gret, Make some-bod - y 
day; You'll find it wait-mg you, right where you are, Make some-bod-y 
Do your whole du-ty, and preach as you live, Make some-bod-y 

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hap-py to-day. 0th -ers near by you may be in despair, Struggling 'neath 

hap-py to-day. Isyourlifedarkenedbyhope3thatwerevain?Gohelp an- 

hap-py to-day. Tho' you have on-ly a smile, or a flow'r, Give it, and 



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cross-es so heav-y to bear; They may take heart, if you show that you care- 
oth - er his goal to at-tainl What you have lost, by your help he may gain- 
speak of His love, of His pow'r; You may cheer man- y a pain-wea-ry hour- 



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Revive Us Again. 



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For Thy Spir - it of light, 
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He Ransomed Me. 

COPYRIGHT, 1916, BY HOMER A. HAMMONTREE. 



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1. There's a sweet and bless-ed sto - ry Of the Christ who came from glo-ry, 

2. From the depth of sin and sad - ness To the heights of joy and glad-ness 

3. From the throne of heav'n-ly glo - ry— Oh,the sweet and bless-ed sto - ry! 

4. By and by, with joy m-creas-ing, Andwith grat - i-tude un-ceas-ing, 



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Just to res-cue me fromsuiandmis-er - y; He in ioving-kmdness sought me, 
Je - sus lift-ed me, in mer-cy full and free; With His precious blood He bo 't me, 
Je- suscameto lift the lost m sin and woe In - to lib - er - ty all-glo-rious, 
Lift-ed up with Christ for-ev-er-more to be, I will join the hosts there sing-mg, 



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And from sin and shame hath bro't me, Hal -le- lu-jah! Je-sus ran-somedme. 
When I knew Him not, He sought me, And in love di-vine He ran-somed me. 
Tro-phies of His grace vie - to-rious, Ev - er-more re-joic-ing here be - low. 
In the an -them ev - er ring-ing, To the Kmg of Love who ran-somed me. 






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99 Since I Found My Savior. 

E. E. Hewitt. COPYRIGHT, I8S2, BY JNO. B. SWENEY. 



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1. Life wears a dif - f 'rent face to me, Since I found my^ Sav - ior; 

2. He sought me in His wondrous love^ So I found my Sav - ior; 

3. The pass-ing clouds may in - W-vene, Since I found my Sav - ior; 

4. A strong hand kind - ly holds my own, Smce I found my Sav - ior; 



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He bro't sal-va - tion from a-bove, My 
But He is with me— tho' un-seen, My 
It leads me on - ward to the throne, 



dy - ing, liv - ing Sav-ior.^ 
dear, al-might - y Sav -[ior. 

ev - er-pres - ent Sav -ior. 
there I'll see my Sav -ior. 



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What a Day of Victory? 



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2. When we walk the streets of gold with the hap - py saints of old, What a 

3. When with tri - als tru - ly past we re -ceive the crown at last, What a 



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day of vie - to -ry that will be! When we join the an - gel-throng in the 
day of vic-to-ry that will be! When be -fore the Kmg we stand in that 



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ev - er -last - ing song. What a day of vie - to - ry that will be! 
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2. Some sweet day be-yond the bil-lows Of this life's tem - pes-tuous sea, 

3. Some sweet day, in that blest mor-row, We shall join the hap - py throng; 






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We shall reach the home m glo - ry, We shall live e - ter - nal - ly. 

We shall see and know our loved ones, We shall sing the glo - ry-song. 

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2. O'er des- art wild, o'er moun-tamhigh, A wan-der - er I chose to 

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I Have Been Born Again. 



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1. My heart glows with rap-ture, my cup run-neth o'er, Such joy, so trans- 

2. I know I'm redeemed, I've the wit - ness with - in, That Je - sus has 

3. I love my dear Sav-ior, His work I will do; I love all God's 

4. I now have com-mun- ion with God ev - 'ry day. He gra-cious-ly 

5. I have a bright pros-pect of glo - ry di - vme, For Je - sus is 




port-ing, I ne'erknew be-fore;Itflowsthro'mysoulfromGod'sheavenlystore, 
savedmeandcleansedmefromsin;AndnowI'mre-joic-ingand liv-ing in Him, 
peo-ple, I love sin-ners, too; I love now the way of the cross to pur-sue, 
lis - tens, and hears when I pray; Hissmiles restup-on me, I know He is mine, 
with me, I know He is mine; And some day in glo - ry with Him I shall shme, 



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2. "There shall be show-ers of bless-mg" — Precious, re- viv-ing a- gain, 

3. "There shall be show-ers of bless-mg"— Send them up - on us, Lord! 

4. "There shall be show-ers of bless-ing"— that to - day they might fall, 

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- ver the hills and the val - leys Sound of a - bun-dance of rain. 
Grant to us now a re - fresh -mg, Come, and now hon -or Thy Word! 
Now as to God we're con-fess - ing, Now as on Je - sus we call! 

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1. Lord, as of old at Pen - te- cost Thou didst Thy pow'rdis - play, 

2. For might-y works for Thee pre-pare, And strengthen ev - 'ry heart; 

3. All self con-sume, all sin de-stroy! With ear -nest zeal en - due 

4. Speak, Lord! be - fore Thy throne we wait, Thy prom- ise we be - lieve, 



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Come, take pos-ses-sion of Thine own, And nev - er - more de - part. 
Each wait - ing heart to work for Thee; Lord, our faith re - new! 
And will not let Thee go un - til The bless -ing we re - ceive. 



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The Great Judgment Morning. 



Rev Bert Shadduck. 

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1. IdreamedthatthegreatjudgmentmorningHaddawned, and the trumpet had blown; 

2. The rich man was there, but his mon-ey Had melt - ed and van-ished a - way; 

3. The wid - ow was there with the or-phans, God heard and remembered their cries; 

4. Themor- al man came to the judgment, But his self-righteous rags would not do; 

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No sor - row in heav-en for - ev - er, God wiped all the tears from their eyea; 
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The great man was there, but his great-ness, When death came, was left far be-hind! 
The gambler was there and the drunkard , And the man that had sold them the drink, 
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The an - gel that o-pened the rec-ords, Not atraceof hisgreatness couldfind. 
With the peo-ple who gave him the license — To - geth - er in hell they did sink. 
No time now to think of re - li - gion!" At last they had found time to die. 

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An Evening Prayer, 



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1. If I have wonnded an - y soul to-day, If I have caused one foot to 

2. If I have ut-tered i - die words or vain, If I have turned a-side from 

3. If I have been perverse or hard, or cold. If I have longed for shel-ter 

4. Forgive the sins I have confessed to Thee; Forgive the se - cret sins I 




go a-stray, If I have walked in my own wil-ful way. Dear Lord, for-give! 
want or pain, Lest I myself shall suffer thro' the strain. Dear Lord, for-give! 
in Thy fold. When Thou hast given me some fort to hold. Dear Lord, for-give! 
do not see; guide me, love me, and my Keep-er be, S S S i? A-men. 




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Life's Railway to Heaven. 

(Respectfully dedicated to the railroad men). 



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2. You will roll upgrades of tri - al; You will cross the bridge of strife; 

3. You will oft -en find ob-struc-tions; Look for storms of wind and ram; 
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We must make the run suc-cess - ful. From 
See that Christ is your con - due-tor On 
On a fill, or curve, or tres-tle. They 
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Al - ways mind -ful of ob-struc - tion. Do your du - ty, nev-er fail; 

Put your trust a -lone in Je - sus; Nev-er fal - ter, nev - er fail; 

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Keep your hand up - on the throt-tle. And your eye 
Keep your hand up - on the throt-t'e. And your eye 
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2. Up - on Thee I have called, God, Be-cause Thou wilt me hear; 

3. Thy won - drous lov - ing-kind - ness show, Thou who by Thy right hand 

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That Thou mayst hearken to my speech, To me in - cUne Thine ear. 

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2. It is Co-lum-bia's hour — The time of peace and pow'r I We may well give 

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heed that hu-man need Be met with bounteous dow'r. Ma - jes-tic mountains 
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2. WeareThine.doThoube-friendus, Be the Guardian of our way; Keep Thy 

3. Thou hast promised to re- ceive us, Poor and sin-fultho' we be; Thou hast 

4. Ear - ly let us seek Thy fa - vor. Ear - ly let us do Thy will; Bless-ed 




pleasant pastures feed us, For our use Thy folds prepare: 
flock, from sin de-fend us. Seek us when we go a-stray: 
mer - cy to re-lieve us, Grace to cleanse, and pow'r to free: 
Lord and on-ly Sav - ior, With Thy love our bosoms fill: 

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Je-sus, Hear, Ohear us when we pray; Je-sus, Hear, hear us when we pray. 
Je-sus, We will ear - ly turn to Thee; Je-sus, We will ear-ly turn to Thee. 
Je-sus, Thou hast loved us, love us still; Je-sus, Thou hast loved us, love us still. 



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2. The ban - ner of love leads the hosts of the Lord; The pil - lar of 

3. He com-forts our hearts by the word of His grace. The pen - i - tent 

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flame goes be - fore; We'll fight the good fight till we share the re - ward, 
soul He'll re -store; rap - tur-ous hour, when we meet face to face, 
name to a- dore; All hon - or, do-min-ion, all glo - rv andpow'r. 



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Alone. 



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the Sav-ior stood In Pi- late's judgment hall; 

the cross He hung That oth - ers He might save; 

such matchless love? Can you His claim dis-own? 



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Dwelling in Beulah LanJ. 



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2. Far be - low the storm of doubt up - on the world is beat-mg, Sons of men in 

3. Let the stonn-y breez-es blow, their cry can-not a - larm me, I am safe-ly 

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bat - tie long the en - e - my with-stand; Safe am I with -in the cas-tle 
shel-ter'dhere, pro-tect-ed by God's hand; Here the sun is al-ways shin-ing, 
bless - ed voice, I see the way He plann'd; Dwell-ing in the Spir - it, here I 
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of God's word re-treat-ing, Noth-uig there can reach me- 'tis Beu - lah Land. 
Here there's naught can harm me, I am safe for - ev - er in Beu- lah Land, 
learn of full sal - va-tion, Glad- ly will I tar - ry in Beu - lah Land. 



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1. I want to live in a roy-alway, As a child of the King should live; 

2. I want to speak in a roy - al way, Havethelan-guage of the Throne, 
3.1 want to work in a roy - al way. As an heir of a Throne should work; 
4. I want to love in a roy-alway, As a child of the King should love; 



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And hon-or Him who a - dopt -ed me. When I walked in sin a - lone. 
I want to help m a roy - al way. And ne'er as a serv -ant shirk. 
I want to serve in a roy - al way, My Je - sus who reigns a - bove. 



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2. 'Twasthe voice of my dear moth-er, Full of love and sym-pa-thy, Thatso 

3. Tho' my moth-er has de-part-ed, Still I feel her spir - it near, As she 



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oft-encheeredmyheartwhensadandlone; For I felt the need of Je - sus, 
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Andherconstantpray'rformeLedmywand'rmgfootstepsto my Father's home 
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2. Do not turn a - way from Je - sus, Un - to whom else can you go? 

3. Do you fal - ter in temp-ta - tion? Do you fear lest you should fail? 

4. Do you long for per-fect friendship,— Love that naught can ev-er dim? 



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Tho' your sins may be as scar-let, He will wash them white as snow. 
Trust Al-might-i - ness to keep you, And in Him you shall pre-vail. 
Je - sus of - fers you this bless-mg, You may find it all in Him. 

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He Is Able. 



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2. He's a - ble to keep from the moth and the rust The treas-ures com- 

3. He's a - ble to help us when tempted and tried, And keep us from 

4. then let us trust Him each day and each hour, For His is the 



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fall - ing, what-ev - er be - tide; And vm - to the ut-ter-most 
Mng-dom, the glo - ry and pow'r; All things He pos-sess-es are 



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one Who comes to the Fa -ther thro' faith in the Son. 
you, And what He has promised He's a - ble to do. 

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2. We ask a faith that shines more bright Than mid-day's gold-en sun; 

3. We ask a faith that will not faint, What-e'er its toil may be; 

4. We ask a love that en - vies not, A love that thinks no ill; 



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A love that seek-eth not its own, But cries: Thy will be donel 

A hope se - cure up - on the Eock, Its an-chorfirm on Thee. 

A love that hopes, be -lie ves, en-dur as, And yet is pa -tient still. 



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2. We are go -ing down the val -ley one by one, When the la- bors of the 

3. We are go - ing down the val - ley one by one, Hu- man comrade you or 

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wea-ry day are done; One by one, the cares of earth for-ev - er past. We shall 
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stream of death m si-lence on- ward flows. 

stand up - on the riv - er bank at last. We are go-ing down the val-ley, 

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There is Power in tKe Blood. 

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2. Would you be free from your passion and pride? There's pow'r in the blood, 

3. Would you be whit-er,muchwhit-erthansnow?There'spow'r in the blood, 

4. Would you do serv-ice for Je -sus your King? There ' s po w 'r m the blood, 

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pow'r in the blood; Come for a cleans -mg to Cal - va - ry's tide, 
pow'r in the blood; Sin - stams are lost in its life - giv - ing flow, 
pow'r in the blood; Would you live dai - ly, His prais - es to sing? 

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God Be Witt lou. 



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2. God be with you till we meet a- gain, 'Neath His wings pro- tect-ing 

3. God be with you till we meet a- gain. Keep love's ban- ner float-ing 

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hold you, With His sheep se-cnre-ly fold you, God be with you 
hide you, Dai - ly man-na still pro- vide you, God be with you 
o'er you. Smite death's threat'ning wave before you, God be with you 




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How Yon Will love Him. 



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2. Come, and com-mg, find peace and par - don Wait - ing for you at the 

3. You should know of this love so ten - der, Love that is steadfast, and 

4. Come, and find that you can - not fath - om Love like Christ's till you 

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place of pray'r; Kneel and ask for a soul for - giv - en; 

deep, and true; Come and share m its sweet-ness with me, 

taste and see; Height and depths of the love of Je - sus 



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Christ is yearn-ing to meet you there. how you'll love Him when you 

Come, and find that my Christ loves you. 

No man knows, till it sets Him free. 



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M. 92 = J 



COPYRIGHT 1906, BY THE FILLMORE BROS. CO 



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1. Thro' the land a call is sound-ing, And it comes to age and youth; 

2. See the might -y hosts of e - vil Spread-mg death thro'-out the land. 

3. Lo! a tri-umph-day is com - mg, When our arms shall be laid down; 



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Who is there will an-swerquick-ly, And the hosts of sin with-stand? 

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Do not fear to join our stand-ard, For our ranks are tried and true, And the 
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2. Dark the night of sin has set-tied, Loud the an - gry bil - lows roar; 

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For the lights a - long the shore. 
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1. I'm a saved sin-ner! I know it well; All the sad sto-ry to 

2. I'm a saved sin - nerl He heard my cry When I was help-less, and 

3. I'm a saved sin - ner, but saved to serve! From my King's or-ders no 

4. I'm a saved sin - ner! yes, saved by grace! Saved to help oth-ers to 



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ready to die; Swift -ly on pin- ions of love He came Seek-ing, and 

more to swerve. Oh, to be loy - al to Him I love! Oh, to bring 

run the race. Trust-ing His keep- ing while here be- low. Saved for His 



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You May Have the Joybells. 



J. Edw. Ruark. 

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1. You may have the joy-bells ring-ing in your heart, And a peace that 

2. Love of Je - su8 in its full - ness you may know, And this love to 

3. You will meet with tri - als as you jour-ney home, Grace suf - fi - cient 

4. Let your life speak well of Je - sus ev - 'ry day. Own His right to 



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those around you sweet-ly show; Words of kind-ness al-ways say, Deeds of 
He will give to o - ver-come; Tho' un-seen by mor-tal eye. He is 
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mer - cy do each day. Then He'll keep the joy-bells ring-ing in your heart, 

with you ev - er nigh, And He'll keep the joy-bells ring-ing in your heart, 

life 18 pure and clean. And you keep the joy-bells ring-ing m your heart. 






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Aft - er the pleas-ures of life are o'er, And you shall stand, face 

Aft - er the puls-es shall cease to beat. When at the throne of 

Ait - er your heart is hushed and still, Aft - er the death-dews, 

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Lord you meet, Wait-ing your doom at the judg-ment seat, Care - less 
damp and chill, - ver your frame of mor - tal - ity thrill. Care - less 
shall be past. When you have come to your doom at last. Poor, lost 



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soul, what then? Care-less soul, what then? Care -less soul, what then? 

soul, what then? Care-less soul, what then? Care -less soul, what then? 

soul, what then? Poor, lost soul,what then? Poor, lost soul, what then? 



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Wait-mg your doom at the judg-ment seat, Care -less soul, what then? 

Aft - eryour heart is hushed and still, Care - less soul, what then? 

When you have come to your doom at last. Poor, lost soul, what then? 



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1. The whole world was lost in the dark-ness of sin; The Light of the 

2. No dark-ness have we who in Je - sus a - bide, The Light of the 

3. Ye dwell-ers in dark-ness with sin-blind-ed eyes, The Light of the 

4. No need of the sun-light in heav - en we're told, The Light of the 



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world is Je - sus; We walk in the Light when we fol-low our Guide, 

world is Je - sus; Go, wash at His bid - ding, and light will a - rise, 

world is Je - sus; The Lamb is the light in the cit - y of gold, 



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My Soul, Bless Thou Jehovah. 



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1. my soul, blessthou Je-ho-vah, All with - in me bless His name; 

2. He will not for - ev - er chide us, Nor keep an - ger in His mmd; 

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Home of tbe Soul. 



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1. I will sing you a song of that beau- ti-ful land, The far a- way home 

2. that home of the soul m my visions and dreams, Its bright, jas-per walls 

3. That un-chang-a-ble home is for you and for me. Where Je - sus of Naz- 

4. how sweet it will be inthat beau -ti-ful land So free from all sor- 

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ar-eth stands; The King of all kingdoms for-ev - er is He, And He hold- 
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the fair cit - y and me. Be - tween the fair cit - y and me. Till I fan- 
eth our crowns in His hands , And He holdeth our croAvns in His hands ; The King 
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cy but thin - ly the vail in-ter-venes Be - tween^the fair cit - y and me. 
of all kingdoms for-ev - er is He, AndHeholdethourcrownsinHishands. 
on our lips and with harps in our hands, To meet one an -oth-er a- gain. 

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2. Clothe Thy mes • 

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it, calm the rest -less. Drive a- way the foe of grace; 
■sen-ger with pow - er, Make His tongue a liv-mg flame; 

or like a ham -mer Which the rock m piec-es breaks, 
gels in Thy pres-ence,Let them be re -joic-ing still. 



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er-ty and unc-tionAs Thy Word He will pro -claim, 
to fall up - on us Till the reahn of dark-ness quakes, 
re -pent -ant sm-nersBow sub-mis-sive to Thy will. 



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2. Unanswered yet? The' when you first presented This one pe-ti - tion at the Fa-ther's 

3. Unanswered yet? Nay, do not say ungranted; Perhaps your part is not yet wholly 

4. Unanswered yet? Faith cannot be unanswered ; Her feet were firmly planted on the 



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years? Does faith be - gin to fail, is hope de - part - ing. And think you all in 
throne, It seemed you could not wait the time of ask - ing, So ur-gent was your 
done ; The work began when first your prayer was uttered. And God will fin - ish 
Rock; A - mid the wildest storm prayer stands undaunted. Nor quails before the 




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vain those f ailing tears?SaynottheFatherhathnot heard yourprayer; You shall have 
heart to make it known. Tho' years have passed since then, do not despair ; The Lord will 
what He has be - gun. If you will keep the incense burning there, His glo-ry 
loud-est thunder shock. She knows Omnipotence has heard her prayer, And cries,"It 



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your de-sire, sometime, somewhere, You shall have your desire,sometime, somewhere, 
an - swer you, sometime, somewhere. The Lord will answer you, sometime, somewhere, 
you shall see, sometime, somewhere, His glo - ry you shall see, sometime, somewhere, 
shall be done,"sometime, somewhere,And cries,"It shall be done,"sometime, somewhere. 

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2. An - y-where with Je - sus I need fear no ill, Tho'temp-ta-tions 

3. An - y-where with Je - sus I am not a - lone; 0th -er friends may 

4. An - y-where with Je - sus o - ver land and sea, Tell -ing souls m 



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leads me in this world be - low; An - y-where with -out Him dear -est 

gath - er round my path-way still; He Him-self was tempt-ed that He 

fail me, He is still my own; Tho' His hand may lead me o - ver 

dark-ness of ' sal - va - tion free; Bead-y as He sum-monsme to 

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might help me; An - y-where with Je - sus I may vie - tor be. 

drear - y ways, An - y-where with Je - sus is a house of pra 

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drear - y ways. An - y-where with Je - sus is a house of praisi 

go or stay. An - y-where with Je - sus when He points the way. 
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Meet Me Tfiere. 



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1. On the hap-py, golden shore, Where the faithful part no more, When the 

2. Here our fond-est hopes are vain, Dearest links are rent in twain; But in 

3. Where the harps of an-gelsring, And the blest for-ev - er sing, In the 




stomas of life are o'er, Meet me there; Where the night dissolves a - way 

heav'n no throb of pain, Meet me there; By the riv - er sparkling bright, 

pal - ace of the King, Meet me there; Where in sweet com-mun-ion blend 

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In - to pure and per -feet day, I am go-inghometo stay, 
In the cit - y of de - light. Where our faith is lost in sight, 
Heart with heart and friend with friend, In a world that ne'er shall end, 



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Meet me there. Meet me there. Meet me there. 




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137 love Tfiat Will Not let Me Go. 



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May be sung as duet. Soprano and Tenor. 
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2. light that fol- lowest all my way 

3. joy that seek - est me thro' pain, 

4. cross that lift - est up my head. 



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Tfie Home Over Tfiere. 



D. W. C. HuDtington 




1. think of the home o-ver there, By the side of theriv-er of light, 

2. thinkof the friends o-ver there,Who be-fore us the jouraey have trod, 

3. MySav-ior is now o-ver there, There my kindred and friends are at rest, 

4. I'llsoonbe athorae o-ver there. For the end of my jour-ney I see; 




Where the saints, all immortal and fair. Are robed in their garments of white. 
Of the songs that they breathe on the air. In their home in the pal-ace of God. 
Then a-way from my sor-row and care. Let me fly to the land of the blest. 
Man - y dear to my heart, o-ver there. Are watching and waiting for me. 

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O-ver there, o-ver there, o-verthere, think of the friends o-ver there. 

My Sav-ior is now o-ver there. 
O-verthere.. o-verthere, I'll soon be at home 0-ver there. 



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Closer to Jesus 



R. H. McDaniel 

M.46— J. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. The Sav - ior is dear-er to me ev - 'ry day, The clo - ser I 

2. His serv - ice grows sweet-er and sweet-er to me, The clo - ser 1 

3. His love more a - bund -ant- ly flows thro' my heart, The clo - ser I 

4. I'm long - ing the more m His like-ness to be, The clo - Sdr I 



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We're Marching to Zion. 



Isaac Watts. 

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1. Come, we that love the Lord, And let our joys be known, Join 

2. Let those re - fuse to sing Who nev - er knew our God; But 

3. The hill of Zi - on yields A thou- sand sa - cred sweets, Be- 

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chil - dren of the heav'n-ly King, But chil - dren of the heav'n-ly King, 
fore we reach the heav'n-ly fieldS, Be - fore we reach the heav'n-ly fiel(&, 
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May speak their joys a - broad, May speak their joys a - broad. 

Or walk the gold - en streets. Or walk the gold - en streets. 

To fair - er worlds on high, To fair - er worlds oo high, 

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Our Consecration. 



H. J. ZeUey. 

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1. We bring our of - fer - ings to-day, Tho' small and hum-ble they may be; 

2. Our bod-ies to Thee, Lord, we give, A liv - ing sac - ri-fice to be; 

3. Our minds we con - se - ciate to Thee, And in Thy law they shall de- light; 

4. Our spir-its, too, we now re - sign To be made clean from m - bred sin; 

5. Our bod-ies, minds and spir-its,Lord,With-outre-serve to Thee we give, 



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come, and m these tern- pies live; A -bide in us and we in Thee. 
Ac - cept our gifts, let each one be A bum -ing and a shin -ing light. 
make them good and pure like Thine, Then en -ter and a - bide with - in. 
And trust -ing in Thy Ho - ly Word, For Je - sus on - ly will we live. 



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Fanny J. Crosby. 

M. 96 -— J 



Will Jesus Find Us Watering? 

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2. li, at the dawn of the ear - ly mom-ing, He shall call us 

3. Have we been true to the trust He left us? Do we seek to 

4. Bless -ed are those whom the Lord finds watch-mg, In His glo-ry 

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by one. When to the Lord we re -store our tal-ents, 

our best? If m our hearts there is naught con-demns us, 

shall share; If He shall come at the dawn or mid-night, 



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2. Sometimes there are tearsthat must not be shed,No-bod-y knows it but . j - sus; 

3. Sometimes angry tho'ts are almost expressedjNobody hears them but Je - sus; 

4. Sometimes I am weak, and wander a-stray, Nobody strengthens like Je - sus; 

5. Sometimes shut away from all held most dear, No-bod-y with me but Je - sus, 



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In sickness and grief He pillows my head, No-bod-y comforts like 
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He pa-tient - ly leads me back to the way, No-bod-y par-dons Hke 
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Tlie Star-Spangled Banner. 



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2. On the shore.dimly seen thro' the mists of the deep, Where the foe's haughty host in dread 

3. And where is that band, who so vauntingly swore. That the hav-oc of war and the 

4. Oh, thus be it ev-er when freemen shall stand Be-tweentheii- loved homes and the 



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twilight'slast gleaming? Whose br o ad stripes and bright stars,thro' the perilous fight,0'er the 
si - lence re-pos - es, What is that which the breeze, o'er the tow-er - ing steep. As it 
bat - tie's con-fus-ion, A home and a coun-try should leave us no more? Their 

war's des - o -la-tion; Blest with vict'ry and peace, may the heav'n-rescuedland Praise the 



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fit - ful-ly blows, half conceals,halfdis-cIos-es? Now it catch-es the gleam of the 
blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pol-lu-tion; No ref-uge could save the 
Pow'rthathathmade andpre-servcd us a na-tion. Then con-quer we must, whenour 



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burst-ing in air. Gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still there. Oh, say, doesthat 
morning'sfirstbeam,In full gloryreflected,nowshines on thestream. 'Tis the star-spangled 
hire-ling and slave From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grp ve. And the star-spangled 
cause it is just, And this be our mot-to:"InGodisourtrust!"Andthestar-spanfe'led 



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star-spangled ban-ner yet wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave? 
ban-ner; Oh, long may it wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave! 
ban-ner in tri-umph doth wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave! 
ban - ner in tri-umph shall wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave! 



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The Shining Shore. 



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1. My days are glid - ing swift-ly by, And I, a pil- grim stran-ger, 

2. We'll gird our loins, my breth-ren dear, Our heav'n-ly home dis - cera - ing; 

3. Should coming days be cold and dark, We need not cease our sing -ing; 

4. Let sor-row'srud-est tem-pest blow. Each chord on earth to sev - er, 



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Would not de - tain them as they fly, These hours of toil and dan - ger. 

Our ab-sentLord has left us word. Let ev - 'ry lamp be bum -ing. 

That per- feet rest naught can mo-lest, Where gold - en harps are ring- ing. 

Our King says"Come! "and there 'sour home. For -ev - er, and for - ev - er. 



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Is it I? Is it You? 



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2. Just as of yore He on tri - al is stand - ing, De - nied by the 

3. Some-one too late will for mer-cy be call - ing With death and e- 

4. Some-one is cross -ing the dead-Une, di - vid - mg The old life of 






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fall - ing; My Lord, is it I?, 

cid - ing; My Lord, is it I?. 



My friend, is it you? 

My friend, is it you? 

My friend, is it you? 

My friend, is it you? 



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E. E. Hewitt. 

M. 63 = J . 



More About Jesus. 

COPYRIGHT, 1887, BY JNO R. SWENEY. 



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2. More a-bout Je - sus let me learn, More of His ho - ly will dis-cem; 

3. More a-bout Je - sus; in His word, Holding com-mun-ion with my Lord, 

4. More a-bout Je - sus; on His throne, Eich-es m glo - ry all His own; 

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I Am Witli You. 



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2. When the clouds of sor-rowgath- er, O'er us bends a frown-ing sky, 

3. When the storms of life as - sail us. All our bless-ed sun-light flown, 

4. When we reach the si- lent riv-er. Pass its chill -mgwa-ters through, 

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And we some-tunes fear the Fa - ther Does not hear us when we cry, 

And th*' friends we trust-ed fail us, Leav-ing- us to walk a - lone, 

Scenes of earth re-cede for - ev - er, Heav'nis op'n-mg to our view, 



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Jesus is Gominy Again. 



COPYRIGHT, 1917, BY HOMER A. HOOEHEAVEH 

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1. Hear the glad ti - dings, Bride of the Bride-groom I Rouse ye from 

2. Loms should be gird-ed, and lights should be bum - ing, Watch-men are 

3. Cloud -less the morn -ing for which we have wait - ed, Wait - ed so 

4. Sleep - ing or wak-ing, re - deemed ones to-geth-er Caught up the 

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slum - ber, the night is far gone; Mys - tic in splen-dor, the 

sound - mg the Ju - bi - lee horn; Zi - on, her head from the 

wea - ri - ly, wait - ed so long! Now it is com - mg, 

Kmg in BQs beau-ty shall seel Death with its stmg, shall a- 

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mom -ing star shin - eth, Her -aid -ing ev - er the near-ing of dawn, 
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sing hal - le - lu - jah! Sing it! For this is the trae glo - ry song, 
gain threat-en nev - er; We like our Lord shall for - ev - er-more be. 



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1. My life on the al - tar for Je - sns In glad con-se-cra-tion I lay, 

2. Per -haps I by fire must be test- ed, As gold in the fur-nace must be, 

3. It may be my life must be mould -ed As is by the pot-ter the clay; 

4. I take the path rug-ged and lone-ly The Sav-ior be-fore me has gone; 




Tobeusedv anandwhereasHepleas-es, Or just set a-side, as He may; 
Tin - til His own im-age re -fleet - ed My Lord, the Re-fin-er, shall sea; 
Or e'en as the mar-ble is chis-eled By blow aft-er blow, day by day; 
It mat-ters but lit - tie, if on - ly At last I may hear His "Well done." 






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Or e'en as the mar-ble is chis - eled By blow aft-er blow, dav by day. 
It mat-ters but lit -tie, if on- ly At last I may hear His "Well done.' 



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Steady and True. 



Katharine A. Grimes. 

M. 56 = cj. 



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2. Stead -y and true thro 'the sun- ny days, Help-mg my broth -er to 

3. Stead -y and true when the dark-ness falls, Fol- low- ing Christ as my 



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fault, or fear; So would I trav-el from day to day,'..^ow-ing my 
rise and smile; Scat-ter-ing joy in some lone - ly way, Cheer-ing some 
bea-con light; Keep-ing the path where His dear voice calIs,Wheth-er 'tis 






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Stead-y, stead-y, stead-y and true. 



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Melody, "Glory HaUelojah.' 



JuUa Ward Howe 

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1. Mine eves have seen the glo - rv of the com-ineof the Lord: He is 



1. Mine eyes have seen the glo - ry of the com-ingof the Lord; He is 

2. I have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hun-dredcir-cling camps; They have 

3. He has sound-ed forth the trump-et that shall nev -er call re-treat; He is 

4. In thebeau-ty of the lil- ies, Christ was bom a-cross the sea, With a 

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build - ed Him an al - tar in the eve-ning dews and damps; I can read His 
sift - mg out the hearts of men be -fore His judg-ment seat. be swift, my 
glo - ry in His bos-omthattrans-fig-ures you and me; As He died to 



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fate - ful light-ning of His ter - ri-ble swift sword; His truth is march-ing on. 
right-eous sen-tence by the dim and flar-mg lamps; His day is march-ing on. 
soul, to an-swerHiml be ju - bi-lant, my feet! Our God is march-ing on. 
make men ho - ly, let us die to make men free; While God is march-ing on. 






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While God is marching on . 



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V V V 

After. 



I. L Leslie. 

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COPVRIQHT, 1919, BY F. A. BLACKMER. 



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1. Aft-er the storm that sweeps the sea, Aft-er the drift-ing to the lea, 

2. Aft-er the win-ter long and drear, Aft-er the snow-clouds dis-ap- pear, 

3. Aft-er the long and toil-someday, Aft-er the sun's fierce,bmiimg ray, 

4. Aft-er the course of life is run, Aft-er its work has all been done, 

5. Aft-er the march of time shall cease, Aft-er earth-strife shall end in peace, 

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Ait-er the rocks and sands are passed, Com-eth the joy of home at last. 
Aft-er the winds sweet o - dors bring, Com-eth the ev - er wel-come spring. 
Aft-er the toil-er home-ward goes, Com-eth the night,and sweet re-pose. 
Aft-er the hands are on the breast, Com-eth the long and peace-ful rest. 
Ait-er the change-ful dis-ap - pears, Com-eth the long e-ter-nal years. 






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SteaJy, Brothers, Steady. 



H. R. Trickett. 

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Chas. H. Gabriel. 






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1. Dark isthenight, and the waves run high, Steady, brothers, stead-y; 

2. Swift on the wings of the roar-ing wind. Steady, brothers, stead-y; 

3. Steer by the chart, and no harm can come, Steady, brothers, stead-y; 
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Hid are the stars, andthestonn-cloudsfly, Be ready, my brothers, be ready. 
Fly thro' the night and the day-light find. Be ready, my brothers, be ready. 
Sail thro'thestorm and we'll allreachhome,Be ready, my brothers, be ready. 



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Captams have we who deliv'rance will brmg. Darkness or daylight is one to our King, 
Day - light shall open her windows of gold, Saf e-ty and Par-a-dise we shall be-hold, 
Comrades have we who are saf e on the shore— Comrades awaiting to greet us once more, 



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Shout ye for gladness,Ohearts,true and bold, All glo-ry to Je-sus our Sav-ior. 
Comrades from whom we will part nevermore. All glo-ry to Je-sus our Sav-ior. 






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Stead-y, stead-y, stead-y, Fear ye not the bil-lows roll-ing high; 

stead - y, stead-y, broth - era, stead-y, Fear not bil-lows roll-ing high; 




Stead-y, stead-y, stead-y, There's a star illumes the darkest sky; (the darkest sky;) 

stead - y, stead - y, stead - y, There's a star il - lumes the sky, the darkest sky; 

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The land We love. 

COPYRIGHT, 1917, BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER. 



H. A. Henry. 



1. Lord, while for all man-kind we pray, Of ev - 'ry clime and coast, 

2.0 guard our shores from ev-'ry foe; With peace our bor-ders bless, 

3. U - nite us in the sa - cred love Of knowledge, truth, and Thee; 

4. Lord of the na-tions, thus to Thee Our coun - try we com-mend; 




hear us for our na - tive land, The land we love the most. 

Our cit - ies with pros -per - 1 - ty. Our fields with plen-teous-ness. 

And let our hills and val - leys shout The songs of lib - er - ty. 

Be Thouher ref-uge and her trust, Her ev - er-last-ing Friend. 



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COPYRIQHT, 1902. BY D. B. TOWNER. CHAS. M ALEXAN-ER, OWNER. 
ARR COPYRIGHT, 1912 BY CHAS. M. ALEXANDER, 

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1. Tho' the an- gry sur-ges roll On my tem - pest driven soul, 

2. Might-y tides a - bout me sweep, Per - ils lurk with -in the deep; 

3. Troub-les al- most whehn the soul. Griefs like bil - lows o'er me roll; 



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An- gry clouds o'er-shade the sky. And the tern - pest ris - es high; 
Tempters seek to lure a - stray, Storms obscure the light of day. 



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Still I stand the tempest's shock, For my an - chor grips the rock. 
But m Christ I can be bold,— I've an an - chor that shall hold. 



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Only a Contrite Sinner. 



Ida L. Reed. 

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2. On - ly a con - trite sin - ner, .. . Plead -ing for sav - ing grace; 

3. On - ly a con - trite sin - ner, . . . Saved by His blood, he sings; 



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Wea - ry, and heav - y la - den, Long-ing for rest com-plete.. 
Turn -ing from sin's dark path- way, Seek -ing a Sav - ior's face. , . 
Walk -ing by faith in Je - sus, Child of the King of kmgs.. 



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Dr. Wm. S. Pitts. 




1. There's a church in theval-ley by the wDd- wood, No lov - li - er 

2. How sweet on a clear Sab-bath mom -ing, To list to the 

3. There, close by the church in the val - ley, Lies one that I 

4. There, close by the side of that loved one, 'Neath the tree where the 






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place m the dale; No spot is so dear to my child-hood As the 
clear ring-mg bell; Its tones so sweet -ly are call - ing:— "Oh, 
loved so well; She sleeps,sweet-ly sleeps 'neath the wil- lows; Dis- 
wild flow-ers bloom. When the fare-well hymn shall be chant-ed, I shall 

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come to the church in the vale." 

turb not her rest in the vale. 

rest by her side in the tomb. Oh, come, come, come, come, come, come, 



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church in the wild - wood. Oh, come to the church in the dale; 
come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come; 



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1. Stand-ing by a pur - pose true, Heed -ing God's com- mand, 

2. Man - y might - y men are lost, Dar - ing not to stand, 

3. Man - y gi - ants, great and tall, Stalk-ing thro' the land, 

4. Hold the gos - pel ban - ner highl On to vie - fry grand! 



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faith -ful few! All haQ to Dan-iel's 

been a host, By join - ing Dan - iel's Band! 

earth would fall, If met by Dan - iel's Band! 

host de - fy, And shout for Dan-iel's Band! 



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Spelling Lore. 



COPyRIQHT, I9IS, BY HOMER A. RODEHEAVER, IN PEACB ON EARTH." 

Lucia B. Cook. Chas. H. GabrieL 

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2. If kind to all your class-mates, - be-dient to the rule, If 

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stu - di - ous and tho't-ful, You're spelling love at school; WTien teacher says, "Be 
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qui-et,"Be sure you do not stir; For when we please the teach -er, 
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You're spell-ing love to her. 
We're spell-ing love to her. 
They'll find us spell-ing "love. 



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Even tfse Waifs of the Street. 



J. A. Fraser, Jr. 

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1. Je - sus loves chil-dren, the bi - ble says so; He will be with them where 

2. "Suf-fer the chil-dren, to come un -to me," These words He spoke be -side 

3. Rag-ged, and tat-tered, and hun-gry, the waif May to the Sav - ior re - 



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Pare White Ribbons! 



Edith Sanford TUlotson. copYnoHT. .913. by homer a rodjheaver Homer A. Rodeheaver. 

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1. Have you seen our badg-es new? 

2. They \,ill drive strong drink a - way, 

3. They make stal - wart men and strong, 



Pure white rib - bonsi Don't you 
Pure white rib-bons! They will 
Pure white rib-bons! And they 

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sure - ly win the day, Pure white rib-bons! Theywillrightthewrongswebear, 

help the world a - long, Pure white rib-bons! They make sin and suff'ring cease, 




That is work-ing hand in hand. And for temperance they stand, Pure white rib-bons! 
Drive out pov-er - ty and care, So we're ver-y proud to wear Pure white rib-bons! 
They bringhap-pi-ness and peace. Make pros-per-i - ty increase, Purewhiterib-bons! 

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}esus Loves Even Me. 



COPYRIGHT, 1902, BY THE JOHN CHURCH CO. 
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1. I am so glad that ovir Pa - ther in heav'n 

2. Tho' I for - get Him and wan - der a - way, 

3. Oil, if tliere's on - ly one song I can sing. 


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love in the Book He has giv'n; Won - der - ful things in the 

love me wher - ev - er I stray; Back to His dear lov - ing 

beau - ty I see the great King, This shall my song in e- 

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arms would I flee, When I re - mem - ber that Je - sus loves me. 
- ni - ty be: "Oh, what a won -der that Je - sus loves me!' 



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Sony of the Sunbeams. 



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hide the skies, Turn -ing the gray in - to gold, 
joy a- bout, Shar-ing our bright-ness with you.. 




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Be a Hero! 



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1. When tempt -ed to do that which you know to be wrong, Be a 

2. Shrink not from a du - ty what - so - ev - er it be, Be a 

3. Be strong to de-fend the weak a - gamst ev - 'ry foe— Be a 

4. Like Ste - phen, the mar-tyr, faith -ful be to the end. Be a 



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in yon-der staU, At whose feet the shep-herds faU?" 

in yon-der cot, Bend-ing to His toil-some lot?" 
who stands and weeps At the grave where Lazarus sleeps?" 

in deep dis -tress, Fast- ing in the wil-der-ness?" 
night, who is He Prays in dark Geth-sem - a - ne?" 

in Cal-v'ry's throes, Asks for bless -ings on His foes?" 
that from the grave Comes to heal, and help, and save?" 
that on yon throne Rules the world of Ught a - lone?" 

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Jewels. 



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All His jew- els, pre-cious jew -els. His loved and His [Om?Y. .] own, 

He will gath-er. He will gath - er The gems for His king-dom; 

All the pure ones, all the bright ones. His loved and His {Omit. . ] own, 

Lit - tie chil-dren, lit - tie chil-dren. Who love their Re-deem-er, 

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M. B. Sleight. 



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2. Who will heed the ho - ly mandate, "Fol-low Me, fol-low Me!' 

3. Heark-en, lest He plead no Ion -ger, "Fol-low Me, fol-low Mel' 




Soft- ly thro' the si - lence fall - ing, "Fol-low, fol-low Me!' 
Leav - ing all things at His bid-ding, "Fol-low, fol-low Me!' 
Once a - gam, oh, hear Him call -mg, "Fol-low, fol-low Mel' 



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Hark! that ten-der voice en -treat- ing, Mar - i - ners on life's rough sea. 
Turn - ing swift at Thy sweet summons, Ev - er-more, Christ, would we, I 

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Gen -tly, lov -ing - ly re - peat-ing, "Fol-low, fol-low Me!" 
For Thy love all else for - sak - ing, Fol-low, fol - low Thee! 



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Exalt His Name. 



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Praise the Lord. 



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2. Who can un - der - stand His might-y works of love In the earth be- 






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2. For-wardgo, and fal-ter not, for might -y is the wi - ley foe; 

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Shoul-der to shoul-der, help to bring The world to Christ our King! 



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Tfion Mighty to Save. 

COPYRIGHT, 19,7, BY HOMER A ROOEHEAVER. 
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Chas. H. Gabriel. 




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i-ter, with an-guish of spir - it I bow in my grief to- day; 
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And I per -ish! I per -ish! dear Mas- ter, has - ten and take con-trol. 
And with joy I shall make the blest har-bor, And rest on the bliss - ful shore. 






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Awakening Chorus. 



Charlotte G. Homer. 

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Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. A- wake! a - wake! and sing 

A-wake' a -wake! 

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A-wake! a-wake! a-wake! 

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a - wake! And light is beam-ing 

earth shall lose its weight of sad-ness, And shout a - new the 

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2. Do you sje the ban -ners float - ing high? Do you catch their lus - ter 

3. Do you hear the song of vie - to - ry Float -ing joy- ous - ly up- 

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clear and bright? To all the world Their folds unfurled, Proclaim the glo-rious 
on the air: Roll on, roll on! Itthrillsthesoul, An-nounc-mgglad-ness 



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Your tri - bate bring! Your Lead - er will de-fend and save. 

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1. Your Sav - ior has writ -ten a mes-sage to you, It f ol-lows wher- 

2. No mat - ter how dark is the stain of your sin, His love still en- 

3. He knows you are driv - en and lost in the night, A - far on the 

4. His mer - cy and par - don, His peace and His love, He sends you wher- 



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treats you to come; In Him to find heal-ing, new life to be - gin, 

wild bil- lows' foam; For you is still burn-ing, the home-guiding light, 

ev - er you roam; What more can He of - fer, your welcome to prove. 




"Wher-ev - er you wan-der, come home!" Come home! Come home! Wher- 

Come home! Come home! 



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ev-er you wan-der, come home ! Wher-ev-er you are, and wher-ever you roam, 
come home! 



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W. L. T. 

M. 40 = J. 



Softly and Tenderly. 

OSEO BV PER, HOPE PUBLISHING CO. 



Win L. Thompson. 



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1. Soft - ly and ten-der-ly Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing for you and for me; 

2. Whyshouldwetar-ry when Je-sus is pleading, Pleadingfor you and for me? 

3. Time isnow fleeting, the momentsarepassing,Pass-ing foryouand for me; 

4. Oh! for the wonderful love He has promised, Promisedforyou and for me; 



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See, on thepor-talsHe'swaitingandwatchingjWatchingforyouandfor me. 

Whyshouldwelin-gerandheednotHismercies,Mer-cies foryouandfor me? 

Shadows are gath-er-ing, death beds are commg,Com-mg for youand for me . 

Tho 'we have smned,He has mer-cy and par-don, Par-don for youand for me. 






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Come home, come home. Ye who are wea-ry, come home! 

Come home, come home. 



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2. "Al- most per-suad-ed"— come, come to -day! "Al - most per-suad-ed" — 

3. "Al - most per-suad - ed"— bar - vest is past! "Al - most per-suad-ed"— 

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turn not a - way! Je - sus in-vites you here, An- gels are 
doom comes at last! "Al-most"can-not a - vail, "Al- most" is 



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go Thy way, Some more con- ven- ient day On Thee I'll call." 
ling'ring near, Prayers rise from hearts so dear;' wan-derer, come! 
bnt to fail; Sad, sad, that bit - terwail:"Al - most— but lost!' 



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Wty Do Tou Wait? 



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1. Why do you wait, dear broth-er, why do you tar - ry so long? Your 

2. What do you hope, dear brother. To gain by a fur-ther de - lay? There's 

3. Do you not feel, dear broth-er, His Spur-it now striv-mg with - in? 

4. Why do you wait, dear broth-er. The bar- vest is pass-ing a - way, Tour 

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no one to save you but Je - sus, There's no oth - er way but His way. 
why not ac-cept His sal - va - tion, And throw off your bur-den of sin? 
Sav-ior islong-ing to bless you; There's danger and death in de - lay. 




Why not? why not? Why not come to Him now? now? 



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2. You have wan-dered far a - way; Do not risk an - oth - er day; 

3. In the world you've failed to find Aught of peace for troub-led mind: 

4. Come to Christ, con-fes-sion make; Come to Christ and par -don take; 



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Do not turn from God your 
Come to Christ, on Him be ■ 
Trust in Him from day to 



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Will you not, mybroth-er, come? 

But, to - day, ac - cept His grace. 

Peace and joy you shall re - ceive. 

He will keep you all the way. 




Why not now? why not now? Why 

Whynotnow? whynotnow? Why 
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not come to Je - - - bus now? 



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Anna B. RusselL 

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Jesus is Galling Tbee. 

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2. Paid He the price for thy soul on Mount Cal - va - ry, Pierc-ed His 

3. Turn not a- way while the Spir - it is call-ing thee, - pen to 

4. List to His voice, He has called thee re - peat- ed - ly,Brea' from the 



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land His side; Will - ing - ly, free - ly He suf - f ered such 
Him thy heart's door; Bid Him to en - ter and cleanse thy heart 
chains that en - thrall; Grieve not the Spir - it lest He should de- 



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pa-tient-ly, Of-fersthee all that is best. 

ag - - ny. Bid Him come m to a - bide. Je-susiscall-mgthee — 

thor-ough - ly, Free thee from guilt ev - er - more. 

part from thee, Nev-er a -gam on thee call. 









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call-ing thee now. 






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I Am Coming Home. 



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2. Ma - nyyearsmyhearthasstrayedfromThee,Andnow re-pent-ant to Thy 

3. the mis - er - y my sin has caused me, Naught but pain and sor-row 

4. Ful - ly trust-ing in Thy pre-cious prom-ise,With no right-eous-ness to 

5. Now I seek the cross where Je-sus diedl For all my sins His blood will 



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throne I come; Je - sus o-peneduptheway for me, now I am com-ing home. 

I have known; Now I seek Thy savmg grace andmer-cy, I am com-ing home, 

can my own, Pleading nothing but the blood of Je - sus, I am com-ing home, 

still a-tone, Flow-ing o'er till ev-'ry stain is cov-ered, I am com-mg home. 



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Lord, Fin Coming Home. 



W. J. K. 

M. 84 = J 



COPYRIGHT, 1892, BY 



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1. I've wan-dered far a - way from God, Now I' 

2. I've wast - ed man - y pre - cious years, Now I' 

3. I'm tired of sin and stray - ing, Lord, Now I' 

4. My soul is sick, my heart is sore, Now I' 

5. My on - ly hope, my on - ly plea. Now I' 

6. I need His cleans-ing blood, I know, Now I' 



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The paths of sin too long 
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I'll trust Thy love, be - lieve 
My strength re - new, my hope 
That Je - sus died, and died 
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I've trod, Lord, I'm com-ing 
ter tears. Lord, I'm com-ing 
Thy word. Lord, I'm com-mg 
re -store. Lord, I'm com-ing 
for me, Lord, I'm com-ing 
the snow, Lord, I'm com-mg 



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Just as I Am. 



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I am, with-out one plea, But that Thy blood was shed for me, 

I am, and wait-mg not To rid my soul of one dark blot, 

I am, tho' tossed a-bout With many a conflict, many a doubt, 

I am, poor, wretched,bIind;Sight, riches, heal-ing of the mind, 

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To Thee whose blood can dcause each spot, Lamb of God, I come, I comel 

Fightings with-in, and fears with-out, Lamb of God, I come, I come! 

Yea, all I need in Thee to find, Lamb of God, I come, I come! 

Be- cause Thy prom-ise I be-lieve, Lambof God, I come, I come! 



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Hold the Fort. 



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Why Not To-niett? 



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1. do not let the word de- part, And close thine eyes against the light; 

2. To-mor-row'ssunmaynev-er rise To bless thy long de-lud-ed sight; 

3. Our Lord in pit - y lin-gers still, And wilt thou thus His love re -quite? 

4. Our bless-ed Lord re - fus - es none Who would to Him their souls u-nite; 



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This is the time, then be wise, 
Ee - nounce at once thy stub-bom will. 
Be - lieve, o - bey, the work is done, 



Be saved, 
Be saved. 
Be saved. 
Be saved. 



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Wilt thou be saved, wilt thou be saved? Then why not, why not to - night? 



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Ernest G. Wesley. 



Still Dndecided, 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 




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2. Still un - de-cid -ed, 

3. Still un - de-cid -ed I 

4. Still un- de-cid -edl 

5. Still un- de-cid -ed! 



tho' close to life's gate, 
why yet still de - lay? 
for thee He was slain. 
His voice sounds so clear: 
wait not too long; 



why not now 
All things are now 
And why should His 
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read -y, Love shows you the way, Night fast approaches, the day pass-es by, 
suf - {'ring for thee be in vain? Thmk of the scourging, the spear and the cross! 
wea - ry who fal - ter and fear, Free -ly I par-don, andcleanseandreceive!'* 
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Chains He willsev-er— all things He can do. 

Heed now His plead-ing:-"0 why will you die?" 

Life He would give you,— all else is but loss. Why not de-cide to-night? 

Wby not ac-cept Him and on Him be-lieve? 

Come while He's wait-mg, and trust Him for all. 



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Souls Are Coming Home. 



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1. Tired of sin and tired of stray-ing, Souls 

2. To the Father's arms re-turn-ing, Souls 

3. Yield-mg to the Spir-it's plead-mg, Souls 

4. Stirred by mem 'ries sweet and ten-der, Souls 

5. Earth -ly fol-lies left be-hindthem, Souls 

6. T'ward the gate of mer - cy bend-ing, Souls 



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are com-mg home; 
are cotn-ing home; 
are com-ing home; 
are com-ing home; 
are com-ing home; com-ing 1 






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Now the Gos-pel call o-bey-ing, Souls 
While the light of hope is bum-ing, Souls 
Long in des - ert plac - es feed-ing, Souls 
All to Je - sus to sur - ren-der, Souls 
To be freed from chains that bmd them, Souls 
Pray'rs are answered, long as-cend-ing, Souls 



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are com-mg home, 
are com-ing home, 
are com-ing home, 
are com-uig home, 
are com-ing home, 
are com-ing home, com-ing home 

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Wbosoever Means Me! 



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2. Ti-dings, hap-py ti-dings, Hark! hark! They say. Do not slight the wara-ing; 

3. Ti-dings, hap-py ti-dings, Hark! hark! A-gain, Eushmg o'er the mountain, 



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Come, for ev-'ry-thing is read-y, Room, room for all. 



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Ring tbe Bells of Heaven. 



Wm. O. Cushing. 


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Only Trust Him. 



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Believe in Him without delay, 
And you are fully blest. 

4 Come, then, and join this holy band, 

And on to glory go. 
To dwell in that celestial land, 
Where joys immortal flow. 




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2. Tho' the pathway be lone- ly, and dan- ger-ous too, Sure-ly Je - sus is 

3. Man - y loved ones have I in yon heav-en- ly throng; They are safe now in 

4. Lit - tie chil-dren I see standing close by their King, And He smiles as their 

5. There's a part in that cho-ms for you and for me, And the theme of our 

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Redeemed. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 

M.63 = J. 



COPVniOHT, 1882 AND 1810, BY WM. 



Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 




1. Redeemed,howIlove to pro-claim it! Redeemed by the blood of the Lamb; 

2. Redeemedandso hap-py in Je - sus, No language my rapture can tell; 

3. I think of my bless-ed Re-deem-er, I think of Him all the day long; 

4. I know I shall see in His beau-ty, The King in whose law I de - light; 

5. I know there's a crown that is wait-ing In yonder bright mansion for me; 



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I know that the light of His pres - ence With me doth contin-ual-ly dwell. 
I sing, for I can-not be si - lent, His love is the theme of my song. 
Who lov-mg-ly guardeth my foot-steps, And giv-eth me sopgs in the night. 
And soon with the spirits made per - feet , At home with the Lord I shall be . 



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JesDS is Galling. 

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2. Je-sus is call-ing the wear-y to rest— Call-ing to-day, call-ing to-day; 

3. Je-sus is waiting, come to Him now— Waitmg to-day, waiting to-day; 

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Bring Him thy burden, and thou shalt be blest; He will not turn thee a - way. 
Come with thy sins, at His feet low-ly bow; Come, and no Ion - ger de - lay. 
They who be-lieve on His name shall rejoice; Quick-ly a - rise and a - way. 



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Jesus Will Give Yoa Rest. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 

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Jno. R. Sweney. 



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2. Will you come, will you come? there is mer - cy for you. Balm for your 

3. Will you come, will you come ? you have noth-ing to pay; Je - sus who 

4. Willyoucome, will you come? how He pleads with you now! Fly to His 



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Now Is tte Accepted Time. 



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2. come while He calls you, just as you are; While mer - cy is 

3. why will you doubt Him, re- fuse His love, Why grieve Him by 

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of - fared to all; Re - turn, tho' in sin you have wan-dered far; 

turn -ing a - way? He's plead-ing with you from the throne a-bove, 

let Him come in? Un - bar it, or He may ere long de - part. And 

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Won t You Come Now? 



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2. Won't you come now and give all to the Sav - ior? Some day no 

3. Won't you come now and give all to the Sav - ior? Have you not 

4. Won't you come now and give all to the Sav - ior? On - ly His 



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felt the vain glo - ry of life, Spend -ing its mo-ments in 

blood all your sin can re - move; If you be - lieve, He is 



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search of con - tent-ment, Feel -ing the pangs of its sor - row and strife? 

will - ing and a - ble, Kead-y His grace and His mer - cy to prove. 



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Isaac Watts. 

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At tlie Cross. 

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2. Was it for crimes that I had done, He groaned up-on the tree? 

3. Well might the sun in dark- ness hide, And shut His glo-ries in, 

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When Christ, the might-y Mak - er, died For man the crea-ture's sin. 
Here, Lord, I give my -self a-way,— 'Tis all that I can do. 



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1. Step out on the prom-ise of Je-sus, All ye who believe on His name; 

2. Your sms maybe griev-ous, and many, And num - ber the sands of the sea; 

3. Your goldcouldnotpurchaseyourransom, Your tears wash the sin-stains a-way; 

4. Come now to the fountain of cleansing, For time is swift pass-ing a - way; 




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God wills not the dy-ing of an - y, But all His sal-va-tionmay see. 
In Je - sus a-lone is redemption, And this is salvation's glad day. 
The days of pro-ba-tion are end-ing. There's dan-ger and death in de-lay. 

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Why Not Be Saved To-nijlit? 



E. E. Hewitt. 

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Chas. H. Gabriel, Jr. 




1. The gos - pel mes- sage sounds a -broad, come and find the light! 

2. Wait not a more con- yen -lent time, God pleads with you this hour; 

3. Some-time you mean to seek His face. You know His claims are right; 

4. You want some day to en - ter m The Cit - y of De - light; 



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The bells of prom-ise sweet-ly chime. Come, prove salvation's pow'r. 
Now, while He woos you by His grace. Be saved— be saved to-night! 
Let Je - sus wash a - way your sin— Be saved— be saved to-night. 

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2. That mar - tyr first, whose ea - gle eye Could pierce be-yond the grave; 

3. A glo-rious band, the cho - sen few, On whom the Spir - it came; 

4. A no - ble ar - my, men anil boys, The ma - tron and the maid, 



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His blood -red ban- ner streams a- far: Who fol-lows in His train? 
Who saw hisMas-ter in the sky. And called on Him to save. 
Twelve val-iant saints,their hope they knew, And mocked the cross and flame. 
A - round the Sav-ior's throne re-joice. In robes of light ar- rayed; 



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Like Him, with par -don on his tongue, In midst of mor-tal pam, 

They met the ty-rant's brandished steel. The li - on's go - ry mane; 

They chmbed the steep as -cent of heav'n. Thro' per- il, toil and pain; 



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He prayed for them that did the wrong: Who fol - lows in His train? 

They bowed their heads the stroke to feel: Who fol -lows in their train? 

God, to us may grace be giv'n, To fol - low m their tram. 



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Isaac WaHs. 



Isaac Baker Woodbury. 




When I sur-vey the wondrous cross On which the Prince of glo - ry died, 
For-bid it, Lord, that I should boast, Save in the death of Christ, my God; 
See,fromHishead,Hishands,Hisfeet,Sonow and love flow min-gled down; 
Were the whole realm of nature mine, That were a pres - ent far too small; 




My richest gain I count but loss, And pour con-tempt on all my pride, 
Allthevainthingsthatcharmmemost,! sac - ri- fice them to His blood. 
Did e'er such love and sor- row meet. Or thorns com-pose so rich a crown? 
Love so a-maz-ing, so di - vine, De-mands my soul, my Ufe, my all. 



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Holy Ghost, With Light Divine. 



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Ho - ly Ghost, with light di- vine. Shine up -on this heart of mine; 

Ho - ly Ghost, vsdthpow'r di- vine. Cleanse this guilt -y heart of mine; 

Ho- ly Ghost, with joy di- vine. Cheer this sad-dened heart of mme; 

Ho - ly Spir - it, all di- vine. Dwell with -in this heart of mine; 



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Chase the shades of night a - way. Turn my dark-ness in - to day. 

Long hath sui, with -out con-trol. Held do -mm -ion o'er my soul. 

Bid my man - y woes de - part. Heal my wound-ed, bleed-ing heart. 

Cast down ev^- 'ry i - dol throne, Reign su-preme— and reign a - lone. 



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Where He Leads Me. 



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3. I'll go with Him thro' the judg-ment, I'll go with Him thro'" ■ ' 

4. He will give me grace and glo -ry 



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I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, I'll go with Him, with Him all the way. 
I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, I'll go with Him, with Him all the way. 
He will give me grace and glo - ry, And go with me, with me all the way. 



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Give Me a Heart Like Tdine. 



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HODEHEAVER. 

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Uke Thine, Give me a love like Thine, 

like Thine, Give me a peace like Thine, 

like Thine, Give me a joy Hke Thine, 

like Thine, Give me a will Uke Thine, 



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pow-er. By Thy grace ev-'ry hour, Give me a love 

pow-er. By Thy grace ev-'ry hour, Givemeapeace 

pow-er. By Thy grace ev-'ry hour. Give me a joy 

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Sun of My Sonl. 



John Keble. 

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1. Sun of my soul, Thou Sav - ior dear, It is not night if Thou be near; 

2. When the soft dews of kind-lj sleep My wear-ied eye- lids gen - tly steep, 

3. A - bidewithme from morn till eve, Forwith-out Thee I can - not live; 

4. Be near to bless me when I wake, Ere thro' the world my way I take; 



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Be my last tho't— how sweet to rest For-ev-er on my Sav-ior's breast! 

A -bide with me when night is nigh, For with-out Thee I dare not die. 

A -bide with me till, in Thy love, I lose my -self in heav'n a-bove. 



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A Charge to Keep I Have. 



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2. To serve the pres - ent age, My call - ing to 

3. Arm me with jeal - ous care. As in Thy sight 

4. Help me to watch and pray, And on Thy - self 



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Oh, may it all my pow'rs en - gage. To do my Mas - ter's 

And oh. Thy serv-ant. Lord, pre- pare, A strict ac- count to 

As - sured, if I my trust be - tray, I shall for - ev - er 



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2. Long my heart has sighed for Thee, Long has e - vil reigned with -in; 
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I am count - ing all but dross, I shall full sal - va - tion find. 
Je - sus sweet - ly speaks to me,— "I will cleanse you from all an." 
Soul and bod - y Thine to be, Whol-ly Thine for - ev - er - more. 



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Hum-bly at Thy cross I bow, Save me, Je - sus, save me now. 



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Hinder Ground. 



COPYRrOHT, 1898, BY J HOWARD ENTWfSLE. 

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2. My heart has no de-sire to stay Where donbts arise and fears dis-may; 

3. I want to live a-bove the world, Tho'Sa-tan's darts at me are hurl'd; 

4. I want to scale the utmost height, And catch a gleam of glo-ry bright; 



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Tho'somemaydw«llwheretheseabound,Mypray'r,my aim is high-er ground. 
For faith has caught the joy-ful sound, Thesong of saints on high - er ground. 
But still I pray till heav'n I've found, "Lord, lead me on to high-er ground." 



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2. Near the Cross, a trem -blmgsoul. Love and mer - cy found me; 

3. Near the Cross! Lamb of God, Bring its scenes be - fore me; 

4. Near the Cross I'll watch and wait. Hop - ing, trust - ing ev - er, 



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There the Bright and Morn - ing Star, Sheds its beams a - round me. 

Help me walk from day to day. With its shad - ows o'er me. 

Till I reach the gold - en strand, Just be - yond the riv - er. 






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Wbat a Friend. 



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2. Have we tri-als and temp- ta - tions? Is there troub-le an - y- where? 

3. Are we weak and heav-y - la - den, Cum-bered with a load of care?- 



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D.S.-Je - sus knows our ev - 'ry weak - ness, 

Pre - cious Sav-ior, still our ref - uge,- 
D.S.-In His arms He'll take and shield thee. 



Ev - 'ry-thing to God in prayer! 
Ev - 'ry-thing to God in prayer. 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
-Take it to the Lord m prayer. 
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Tbe Solid Rock. 



Edward Mote. 

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\ I dare not trust the sweet-est frame, But whol - ly lean on Je-sus' name. J 

2 f When darkness veils His love- ly face, I rest on His un-chang-ing grace: "1 
tin ev - 'ry high and storm-y gale. My an -chor holds with -in the vale. '' 



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Support me in the whelming flood; 
When all around my soul gives way, 
He then is all my hope and stay. 

4 When He shall come with trumpet sound, 
Oh, may I then in Him be found; 
Dressed in His righteousness alone, 
Faultless to stand before the throne. 



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Savior, More Tlian Life. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 

M. 69 =r J 



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2. Thro' this chang-ing world be-low, Lead me gen-tly, gen-tly as I go; 

3. Let me love Thee more and more, Till this flieet-mg, fleet-mg life is o'ejr; 






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not stray, I can nev-er, nev-er lose my way. 
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My Faitfc Looks Up to TFiee. 



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2. May Thy richgraceimpartStrengthtomyfaintmgheart,Myzealm-spire;As Thouhast 

3 . While lif e 's dark maze I tread,And griefs around me spread, Be Thou my Guide ; Bid darkness 



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died for me, may my love to Thee Pure,warm,andchangelessbe, Aliv-ing fire! 
turn to day, Wipe sorrow'stears away. Nor letmeeverstray FromTheea-side. 



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■^•11 am weak, but Thou art mighty;Holdme with Thypow'rfulhacd: J ^^^''^'^ "^ 
« fO - pen now the crys-talfountain,Whencethe healing waters flown g.-pj 

\ Let the fier - y, cloud-y pil - lar Lead me all my journey thro': J ^ 

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liv-'rer. Be Thou still my strength and shield ;Strong Deliv'rer, Be Thou still my strength and shield. 
prais-es I will ev-er give to Thee; Songs of praises I will ev-er give to Thee. 



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That fountain in his day; 
And there may I, though vile as he, 
Wash all my sins away. 

3 Thou dying Lamb, Thy precious blood 5 Then in a nobler, sweeter song, 

Shall never lose its power, I'll sing Thy power to save. 

Till all the ransomed Church of God Whenthispoorlisping,stammeringtongue 

Are saved, to sin no more. ' Lies silent in the grave. 



4 E'er since by faith I saw the stream 
Thy flowing wounds supply, 
Eedeeming love has been my theme, 
And shall be till I die. 



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Hallelujali! Wdat a Savior! 



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Spot-less Lamb of God was He; 

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Now in heav'n ex - alt - ed high, Hal ■ 
Then a - new this song we'll sing, Hal ■ 



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le - lu - jahl what a Sav - ior! 

le - lu - jah! what a Sav - ior! 

le - lu - jah! what a Sav - ior! 

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Holy, Holy, Holy, 



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2. Come, Thou In-car-nate Word, Gird on Thy mighty sword , Our prayer at-t«nd ; Come,andTliy 

3. Come,Ho-lyCom-fort-er, Thy sa-cred wit- nessbear, In this glad hour: Thoa who al- 

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mi^ht-y art,Nowrule inev-'ry heart, Andne'erfromus de-part, Spir-it of pow'r! 
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2. Sometimes 'mid scenesofdeepestgloom,SometinieswhereEden'sbowers bloom, 

3. Lord, I would clasp Thy hand in mine, Nor ev-er mur-mur nor re - pine, 

4. And when my task on earth is done,When,by Thy grace, the vic-t'ry's won, 



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By wa-ters still, o'er troub-led sea, -Still 'tis God's hand that lead-eth me. 

Con-tent, what-ev - er lot I see, Since 'tis God's hand that lead-eth me. 

E'en death's cold wave I will not flee, Since God thro' Jor - dan lead-eth me. 



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3 Work, for the night is coming, 

Under the sunset skies; 
While their bright tints are glowmg, 

Work, for daylight flies. 
Work till the last beam fadeth, 

Fadeth to shine no more; 
Work while the night is darkening 

When man's work is o'er. 



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2."Fearnot, I am with thee, be not dis-mayed, For I am thy God, I will 
3. "When thro 'the deep waters I call thee to go, The riv-ers of sorrowshall 
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not o-verflow;For I will be with thee, thy tri-als to bless, And sanc-ti - fy 
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gra-cious,om-nip - o-tent hand. Up-held by my gra-cious,om-nip-o-tenthand. 
to thee thy deep - est dis - tress, And sanc-ti - fy to thee thy deep-est distress, 
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2. My na-tive country, thee. Land of the no-ble, free, Thy name I love; I love thy 

3 . Let mu-sic swell the breeze , And ring fro m all the trees Sweet freedom's song: Let mor-tal 

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rocksandrillSjThywoodsandtemp-ledhills; My heart with rapture thrills Like thata-bove. 

tonguesawake; Letallthatbreathepar-lake;Letrockstlieir si-lence break, The soundpro-Iong. 

land be brightWithfreedom'slio-ljliglit;Pro-te_ct us byThymight, Great God, our King. 






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M. 72 



Safely Through Another Week. 

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2. While we pray for pard'ning grace, Thro 'the dear Redeemer's name, Show Thy 

3. Here we come Thy name to praise; Let us feel Thy presence near: May Thy 

4. May the gos- pel's joy - ful sound Con-quer sin-ners, comfort saints; Make the 



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glo - ry meet our eyes. While we in Thy house ap - pear: Here af- 

fruits of grace a-bound. Bring re- lief to all com - plamts: Thus may 

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world-ly cares set free. May we rest this day in Thee, rest this day in Thee, 

ford us, Lord, a taste Of our ev - er- last- ing feast, ev - er- last- mg feast, 

all our Sabbaths prove. Till we jom the church a-bove. jointhechurcha-bove. 



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Happy Day. 



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4 Now rest, my long-divided heart, 
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Joy to tlie World. 



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Yet inmydreamsl'd be Near-er, my God, to Thee, 
An - gels to beck-on me Near-er, my God, to Thee, 
by my woes to be Near-er, my God, to Thee, 






Near-er to Thee! 



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Thou must save, and Thou alone: 
In my hand no price I bring; 
l^ply to Thy cross I cling. 



3 While I draw this fleeting breath. 
When my eyes shall close in death, 
When I rise to worlds unknown, 
And behold Thee on Thy throne, 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me. 
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Hearts grow faint and hopes give o'er, 
Whisper softly, "Wanderer, come ! 
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Waiting still for sweet release. 
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Wondering if our names are there; 
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1. Je-sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me - ver life's tem - pes-tuous sea; 
O.C-Chart and com- pass came from Thee; Je - sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me. 

2. As a moth - er stills her child, Thou canst hush the o - cean wild; 
D.C.-Won-drous Sov-'reignof the sea, Je - sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me. 

3. When at last I near the shore, And the fear - ful break-ers roar 
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'Twixt me and the peace -ful rest, Then, while lean - ing on Thy breast. 



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2 Breathe, O breathe Thy loving Spirit 

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Let us all in Thee inherit, 

Let us find that second rest. 
Take away the love of sinning; 

Alpha and Omega be; 
End of faith, as its beginning, 

Set our hearts at liberty. 



Come, Almighty to deliver, 

Let us all Thy grace receive; 
Suddenly return, and never, 

Never more Thy temples leave: 
Thee we would be always blessing, 

Serve Thee as Thy hosts above, 
Pray, and praise Thee without ceadng, 

Gflory in Thy perfect love. 



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RIajestic Sweetness. 



Samuel Stennett. 

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3. He saw meplungedindeep distress, And flew to my re -lief; Forme He 

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He than all the fair Who fill the heav'nly train, Who fill the heav'nly train, 
bore the shameful cross, Andcarried all my grief. And car-ried all my grief, 
tri-umpb over death, Andsavesmefromthegrave,Andsavesmefromthegrave. 

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None else could heal an our soul's dis-eas-es, No, not one! no, not one! 

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No night so dark but His love can cheer us. No, not one! no, not one! 

Or sm - ner find that He would not take him. No, not one! no, not one! 

Will He re-fuse us a home in heav-en? No, not one! no, not one! 



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Rescue tfie Perisding. 



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1. Res- cue the per-ish-ing, Care for the dy - ing,Snatchthemin pit - y from 

2. Tho' they are slighting Him, Still He is wait - uig, Wait - ing the pen - i-tent 

3. Down in the hu-man heart, Crushed bythetempter, Feel-ings lie bu-riedthat 

4. Res - cue the per-ish-ing, Du - ty de-mands it; Strength for thy la- bor the 
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How Tedious and Tasteless. 



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No changes of season or place 
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While blest with a sense of His love, 
A palace a toy would appear; 
And prisons would palaces prove. 
If Jesus would dwell with me there. 



4 Dear Lord, if indeed I am Thine, 
If Thou art my sun and my song, 
Say, why do I languish and pine? 
And why are my winters so long? 
drive these dark clouds from the sky, 
Thy soul-cheering presence restore; 
Or take me to Thee up on high. 
Where winter and clouds are no more. 



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Safely to arrive at home. 
Jesus sought me when a stranger, 

Wandering from the fold of God; 
He to rescue me from danger, 

Interposed His precious blood. 



to grace how great a debtor 

Daily I'm constrained to be! 
Let Thy goodness, Uke a fetter, 

Buid my wanderuig heart to Thee. 
Prone to wander. Lord, I feel it. 

Prone to leave the God I love; 
Here's my heart, take and seal it; 

Seal it fo ,' Thy courts above. 



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Stand Dp for Jesus. 



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Go, spread your trophies at His feet, And crown Him Lord. 

To Him all maj - es - ty as-cribe, And crown Him Lord. 

We'll join the ev - er- last -ing song, And crown Him Lord. 



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Charles Wesley 

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Jesus, lover of My Soul. 



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\ While the near -er wa-tersroll, While the tem-pest still is 
D.5.-Safe in - to the ha -ven guide, re-ceive my soul at 
r, rOth-er ref-uge have I none; Hangs my help-less soul on 
\ Leave, oh, leave me not a -lone, Still sup-port and com- fort 
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More than all in Thee I find; 
Raise the fallen, cheer the faint. 

Heal the sick, and lead the blind. 
Just and holy is Thy name, 

I am all unrighteousness. 
Vile and full of sin I am. 

Thou art full of truth and grace. 



4 Plenteous grace with Thee is found, 

Grace to cover all my sm; 
Let the heaUng streams abound; 

Make and keep me pure withm. 
Thou of Ufe the fountain art. 

Freely let me take of Thee; 
Spring Thou up withm my heart, 

Rise to all eternity, 



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More Love to Tfcee. 



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3. Let sor-row do its work, Send grief and paui; Sweet are Thy 

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Sweet Hour of Prayer. 



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To Hun,whose truth and faith-ful-ness En-gage the wait - ing soul to bless: 
D.S.-VH cast on Him my ev - 'ry care, And wait for thee, sweet hour of prayer. 

Till from Mount Pisgah'sloft-y height I view my home, and take my flight; 
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And since He bids me seek His face, Be-lieve His word, and trust His grace, 

In my im-mor-tal flesh I'll rise To seize the ev - er - last - ing prize, 



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Blest Be tde Tie. 



John Fawcett. 

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pour our ar - dent pray'rs; 

Our mu - tual bur - dens bear; 

It gives us in - ward pain; 



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Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one. Our com -forts and our cares. 

And oft - en for each oth - er flows The sym - pa - thiz - ing tear. 

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2. Bless Thou the truth, dear Lord, To me, to me, 

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All fet-ters fall; And 1 shall find my peace. My All-in - AH. 
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Loving Kindness. 



Samuel Medley. 

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Which in my Sav-ior shine, I'd soar and touch the heav'nly strings, And vie with 
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Faith of Our Fathers. 



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John 3:3 

Jesus answered and said unto 
him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, 
Except a man be born again, he 
cannot see the kingdom of God. 
Isaiah 53:5, 6 

But He was wounded for our 
transgressions. He was bruised for 
our iniquities: the chastisement of 
our peace was upon Him; and with 
His stripes we are healed. 

All we like sheep have gone 
astray; we have turned every one to 
his way; and the Lord hath laid on 
Him the iniquity of us all. 
Acts 4:12 

Neither is there salvation in any 
other: for there is none other name 
under heaven given among men, 
whereby we must be saved. 
John 1:12 

But as many as received Him, to 
them gave He power to become the 
sons of God, even to them that be- 
lieve on His name. 

John 3:36 

He that believeth on the Son hath 
everlasting life: and he that believ- 
eth not the Son shall not see life ; 
but the wrath of God abideth on 
him. 

Matthew 10:32, 33 

Whosoever therefore shall con- 
fess Me before men, him will I con- 
fess also before My Father which is 
in heaven. 

But whosoever shall deny Me be- 
fore men, him will I also deny be- 
fore My Father which is in heaven. 
Romans 10:9, 10 

If thou Shalt confess with thy 
mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt 
believe in thine heart that God hath 
i-aised Him from the dead, thou 
shalt be saved. 

For with the heart man believeth 
unto righteousness; and with the 
mouth confession is made unto sal- 
vation. 

I Peter 2:24 

Who His own self bare our sins 
in His own body on the tree, that 
we, being dead to sins, should live 
unto righteousness: by whose 
stripes ye were healed. 
John 14:6 

Jesus saith unto him, I am the 
way, the truth, and the life: no man 
cometh unto the Father, but by Me. 
I John 3:14, 16 

We know that we have passed 
from death unto life, because we 
love the brethren. He that loveth 
not his brother abideth in death. 

Hereby perceive we the love of 
God, because He laid down His life 
for us: and we ought to lay down 
our lives for the brethren. 



John 17:3 

And this is life eternal, that they 
might know Thee the only true 
God, and Jesus Christ, whom Thou 
hast sent, 

I John 1:9 

If we confess our sins. He is 
faithful and just to forgive us our 
sins, and to cleanse us from all un- 
righteousness. 

I John 2:15 

Love not the world, neither the 
things that are in the world. If 
any man love the world, the love 
of the Father is not in him. 
Romans 3:23 and Romans 6:23 

For all have sinned, and come 
short of the glory of God. 

For the wages of sin is death: but 
the gift of God is eternal life 
through Jesus Christ our Lord. 
Titiis 3:5 

Not by works of righteousness 
which we have done, but according 
to His mercy He saved us, by the 
washing of regeneration, and re- 
newing of the Holy Ghost. 
I John 5:12 

He that hath the Son hath life; 
and he that hath not the Son of 
God hath not life. 

Romans 14:21 

It is good neither to eat flesh, nor 
to drink wine, nor any thing where- 
by thy brother stumbleth, or is of- 
fended, or is made weak. 
Proverbs 16:25 

There is a way that seemeth right 
unto a man, but the end thereof 
are the ways of death. 
Isaiah 41:10 

Fear thou not; for I am with thee: 
be not dismayed; for I am thy 
God: I will strengthen thee; yea, 
I will help thee; yea, I will uphold 
thee with the right hand of My 
righteousness. 

Philippians 1:6 

Being confident of this very thing, 
that He which hath begun a good 
work in you will perform it until the 
day of Jesus Christ. 

I Corinthians 10:13 I 

There hath no temptation taken 
you but such as is common to man: 
but God is faithful, who will not 
suffer you to be tempted above that 
ye are able; but will with the temp- 
tation also make a way to escape, 
that ye may be able to bear it. 
John 15:7 

If ye abide in Me, and My words 
abide in you, ye shall ask what ye 
will, and it shall be done unto you. 
Psalm 66:18 

If I regard iniquity in my heart, 
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CONFIDENCE IN GOD 
Psalm 46 

God is our refuge and strength, 
a very present help in trouble. 

Therefore ^vill not Tve fear, thong^h 
the earth he removed, and though 
the mountains be carried into the 
midst of the sea; 

Though the waters thereof roar 
and be troubled, though the moun- 
tains shake with the swelling there- 
of. 

The liord of hosts is with ns: the 
God of Jacob is our refuge. 

There is a river, the streams 
whereof shall make glad the city 
of God, the holy place of the taber- 
nacle of the Most High. 

God is in the midst of her; she 
shall not be moved: God shall help 
her, and that right early. 

The heathen raged, the kingdoms 
were moved: he uttered his voice, 
the earth melted. 

The Liord of hosts is -with ns; the 
God of Jacob is our refuge. 

Come, behold the works of the 
Lord, what desolations he hath made 
in the earth. 

He maketh ^vars to cease nnto the 
end of the earth; he breaketh the 
bow, and cutteth the spear in sun- 
der: he burneth the chariot in the 
fire. 

Be still, and know that I am God; 
I will be exalted among the'heathen, 
I will be exalted in the earth. 

The liOrd of hosts is with ns; the 
God of Jacob is our refuge. 

PENITENCE 
Psalm 51 

Have mercy upon me, O God, ac- 
cording to thy loving kindness; ac- 
cording unto the multitude of thy 
tender mercies blot out my trans- 
gressions. 

"Wash me thoroughly from mine 
iniquity, and cleanse me from my 
sin. 

For I acknowledge my transgres- 
sions: and rny sin is ever before me. 

Behold, thou desirest truth in the 
in^vard parts; and in the hidden part 
thou Shalt make me to knovr w^is- 
dom. 

Purge me with hyssop, and I shall 
be clean; wash me, and I shall be 
whiter than snow. 

Make me to hear joy and gladness; 
that the bones vc'hich thou hast 
broken may rejoice. 

Hide thy face from my sins, and 
blot out all mine iniquities. 

Create in me a clean heart, O 
God ; and renew a right spirit within 



Cast me not away from thy pres- 



ence; and take not thy holy Spirit 
from me. 

Restore unto me the joy of thy 
salvation; and uphold me with thy 
free Spirit: 

Then will I teach transgressors 
thy ways; and sinners shall be con- 
verted unto thee. 

O Lord, open thou my lips; and 
my mouth shall shew forth thy 
praise. 

The sacrifices of God are a broken 
spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, 
O God, thou wilt not despise. 

DELIGHT IN THE HOUSE OF GOD' 
Psalm 84 

How amiable are thy tabernacles; 
O Lord of hosts! 

My soul longeth, yea, even fainteth 
for the courts of the Lord; my 
heart and my flesh crieth out for the 
living God. 

Tea, the sparrow has found an 
house, and the swallow a nest for 
herself, where she may lay her 
young, even thine altars, O Lord of 
hosts, my King and my God. 

Blessed are they that dwell in 
thy house: they will be still praising 
thee. 

Blessed the man whose strength 
is in thee; in whose heart are the 
ways of them. 

"Who passing through the valley 
of Bac9 make it a well; the rain 
also flileth the pools. 

They go from strength to strength; 
every one of them in Zion appeareth 
before God. 

O Lord God of Hosts, hear my 
prayer: give ear, O God of Jacob. 

Behold, O God, our shield, and look 
upon the face of thine anointed. 

For a day in thy courts is better 
than a thousand. I had rather be 
a doorkeeper in the house of my 
God, than to dwell in the tents of 
wickedness. 

For the Lord God is a sun and 
shield: the Lord will give grace and 
glory: no good thing will be with- 
held from they that walk uprightly. 

Lord of hosts, blessed ts the man 
that trusted in thee. 

THE SHADOW OF THE ALMIGHTY 
Psalm 91 

He that dwelleth in the secret 
place of the Most High, shall abide 
under the shadow of the Almighty. 

1 will say of the Lord, He is my 
refuge, and my fortress: my God; 
in him will I trust. 

Surely he shall deliver thee from 
the snare of the fowler, and from 
the noisome pestilence. 



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He shall cover thee with his feath- 
ers, and nnder his wrings shalt thou 
trust: his truth shall be thy shield 
and buckler. 

Thou Shalt not be afraid for the 
terror by night, nor for the arrow 
that flieth by day. 

Nor for the pestilence that walk- 
eth in darkness; nor for the destruc- 
tion that wasteth at noonday. 

A thousand shall fall at thy side, 
and ten thousand at thy right hand; 
but it shall not come nigh thee. 

Only with thine eyes shalt thou 
behold and see the reward of the 
wicked. 

Because thou has made the Lord, 
which is my refuge, even the Most 
High, thy habitation; there shall no 
evil befall thee, neither shall any 
plague come nigh thy dwelling. 

For he shall give his angels charge 
over thee, to keep thee in all thy 
ways. They shall bear thee up in 
their hands, lest thou dash thy foot 
against a stone. 

Thou shalt tread upon the lion and 
adder; the young lion and the dragon 
Shalt thou trample under feet. 

Because he hath set his love upon 
me, therefore will 1 deliver him: I 
will set him on high, because he 
hath known my name. 

He shall call upon me, and I will 
answer him: I will be with him in 
trouble; I will deliver him, and hon- 
our him. 

With long life will I satisfy him, 
and shew^ him my salvatioA 

TRIUMPHANT PRAISE 
Psalm 100 

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, 
all ye lands. 

Serve the L.ord with gladness; 
come before his presence vrith sing- 
ing. 

Know ye that the Lord he is God: 
it is he that hath made us, and not 
we ourselves: we are his people, and 
the sheep of his pasture. 

Enter into his gates with thanks- 
giving, and into his courts with 
praise: be thankful unto him, and 
bless his name. 

For the Lord is good, his mercy 
is everlasting, and his truth endur- 
eth to all generations. 

THE MERCY OF THE LORD 
Psalm 103 

Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all 
that is within me, bless his holy 
name. 

Bless the liord, O my soul, and 
forget not all his benefits: 

Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; 
who healeth all thy diseases; 



Who redeemeth thy life from de- 
.struction; w^ho crovmeth thee ^vith 
loving kindness and tender mercies; 

Who satisfieth thy mouth with 
good things; so that thy youth is 
renewed like the eagle's. 

The Iiord executeth righteousness 
and judgment for all that are op- 
pressed. 

He made known his ways unto 
Moses, his acts unto the children of 
Israel. 

The liOrd is merciful and gracious, 
slow to anger, and plenteous in 
mercy. 

He will not always chide; neither 
will he keep his anger for ever. 

He hath not dealt with us after 
our sins, nor rewarded us according 
to our iniquities. 

For as the heaven is high above 
the earth, so great is his mercy to- 
ward them that fear him. 

As far as the east is from the 
west, so far hath he removed our 
transgressions from us. 

Like as a father pitieth his chil- 
dren, so the Lord pitieth them that 
fear him. For he knoweth our 
frame; he remembereth that we are 
dust. 

As for man, his days are as grass; 
as a flower of the field, so he flour- 
isheth: for the wind passeth over 
it, and it is gone; and the place 
thereof shall know it no more. 

But the mercy of the Lord is from 
everlasting to everlasting upon them 
that fear him, and his righteousness 
unto children's children to such as 
keep his covenant, and to those that 
remember his commandments to do 
them. 

THE LAW IN LIFE 

Psalm 119 

Blessed are the undeflled in the 
way, who walk in the law of the 
Lord. 

Blessed are they that keep his 
testimonies, and that seek him with 
the whole heart. 

They also do no iniquity: thty 
walk in his ways. 

Thou hast commanded us to keep 
thy precepts diligently. 

that my ways were directed to 
keep thy statutes! 

Then shall I not be ashamed, v^hen 
I have respect unto all thy com- 
mandments. 

1 will praise thee with upright- 
ness of heart, when I shall have 
learned thy righteous judgments. 

I vrill keep thy statutes: O for- 
sake me not utterly. 

Wherewithal shall a young man 
cleanse his way? By taking heed 
thereto according to thy word. 



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With my ^vhole heart have I 
Cionght thee: O let me not vrander 
from thy commandments. 

Thy word have I hid in mine 
heart, that I might not sin against 
thee. 

Blessed art thou, O Lord: teach me 
thy statutes. 

With my lips have T declared all 
the judgments of thy mouth. 

I have rejoiced in the way of thy 
testimonies, as much as in all riches. 

I will meditate in thy precepts, 
and have respect unto thy ways. 

I virill delieht myself in thy stat- 
Qtes: I will not forget thy fvord. 



THE LORD IS THY KEEPER 

Psalm 121 

I will lift up mine eyes unto the 
hills, from whence cometh my help. 

My help cometh from the Lord, 
"Which made heaven and earth. 

He will not suffer thy foot to be 
moved: he that keepeth thee will 
not slumber. 

Behold, he that keepeth Israel 
shall neither slumber nor sleep. 

The Lord is thy keeper; the Lord 
is thy shade upon thy right hand. 

The sun shall not smite thee by 
day, nor the moon by night. 

The Lord shall preserve thee from 
all evil: he shall preserve thy soul. 

The Lord shall preserve thy going 
out, and thy coming in, from this 
time forth, and even for evermore. 



If I ascend up into heaven, thon 
art there: if I make my bed in hell, 
behold thou art there. 

If I take the wings of the morning', 
and dwell in the uttermost parts 
of the sea; even there shall thy 
hand lead me, and thy -ight hand 
shall hold me. 

If I say. Surely the darkness shall 
cover me; even the night shall be 
light about me. 

Yea the darkness hideth not from 
thee; but the night shineth as the 
day: the darkness and the light are 
both alike to thee. 

How precious also are thy thoughts 
unto me O God! how great is the 
sum of them. If I should count 
them, they are more in number than 
the sand: when I awake, I am still 
with thee. 

Search me, O God, and know my 
heart: try me, and know my 
thoughts; and see if there be any 
wicked way in me, and lead me in 
the way everlasting. 



CONSTANT COMPANIONSHIP 

Psalm 139 

O Lord, thou hast searched me, and 
known me'. 

Thou knowest my dovrn-sltting 
and mine up-rising, thou under- 
standest my thought afar off. 

Thou compassest my path and my 
lying down, and art acquainted with 
all my ways. 

For there is not a word in my 
tongue, but, lo, O Lord, thou kno^vest 
it altogether. 

Thou hast beset me behind and 
before, and laid thine hand upon me. 

Such knowledge is too wonderful 
for me; it is high, I cannot attain 
unto it. 

Whither shall I go from thy 
Spirit? or whither shall I flee from 
thy presence? 



PRAISE YE THE LORD 

Psalm 150 

Praise ye the Lord. Praise God in 
his sanctuary: Praise him in the 
firmament of his power. 

Praise him for his mighty acts: 
praise him according to his excel- 
lent greatness. 

Praise him with the sound of the 
trumpet: praise him with the psal- 
tery and harp. 

Praise him with the timbrel and 
dance: praise him with stringed in- 
struments and organs. 

Praise him upon the loud cym- 
bals: praise him upon the high 
sounding cymbals. 

Let everything that hath breath 
praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord. 



Miscellaneous Readings 

WISDOM 
ProTerbs 3:1-10; 13-lS; 21-24 

My son, forget not my law; but let 
thine heart keep my commandments; 

For length of days, and long life, 
and peace, shall they add to thee. 

Let not mercy and truth forsake 
thee: bind them about thy neck; 
write them upon the table of thine 
heart: 



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So Shalt thou find favor and good 
understanding- in the sight of God 
and man. 

Trust in the Lord with all thine 
heart; and lean not unto thine own 
understanding. 

In all thy ways acknowledge him, 
and he shall direct thy paths. 

Be not wise in thine own eyes: 
fear the Lord, and depart from evil. 

It shall be health -to thy navel, 
and marrow to thy bones. 

Honour the Lord with thy sub- 
stance, and with the first-fruits of 
all thine increase: 

So shall thy barns be filled with 
plenty, and thy presses shall bnrst 
out Tvith new^ ^vine. 

Happy is the man that flndeth wis- 
dom, and the man that getteth un- 
derstanding. 

For the merchandise of ft is better 
than the merchandise of silver, and 
the gain thereof than fine gold. 

She is more precious than rubies: 
and all the things thou canst desire 
are not to be compared unto her. 

Length of days is in her right 
hand ; and in her left hand riches and 
hononr. 

Her ways are ways of pleasant- 
ness, and all her paths are peace. 

She Is a tree of life io them that 
lay hold upon her; and happy Is 
everyone that retaineth her. 

My son, let not them depart from 
thine eyes: keep sound wisdom and 
discretion: 

So shall they be life nnto thy soni, 
and grace to thy neck. 

Then shalt thou walk in thy way 
safely, and thy foot shall not stum- 
ble. 

When thon liest down, thon shalt 
not be afraid; yea, thon shalt lie 
down, and thy sleep shall be s^iveet. 



REMEMBER NOW THY CREATOR 

Eccleslastes 12:1-7; 13-14 

Remember now thy Creator in the 
days of thy youth, while the evil 
days come not, nor the years draw 
nigh, when thou shalt say, I have 
no pleasure in them; 

While the sun, or the light, or the 
moon, or the stars, be not darkened, 
nor the clouds return after the rain: 

In the days when the keepers of 
the house shall tremble, and the 
strong men shall bow themselves, 
and the grinders cease, because they 
are few, and those that look out of 
the windows shall be darkened, 



And the doors shall be shut in the 
streets, when the sound of the grind- 
ing is low, and he shall rise up at 
the voice of the bird, and all the 
daughters of music shall be brought 
low; 

Also when they shall be afraid 
of that which is high, and fears shall 
be in the way, and the almond tree 
shall flourish, and the grasshopper 
shall be a burden, and desire shall 
fail; because man goeth to his long 
home; and the mourners go about 
the streets: 

Or ever the silver cord be loosed, 
or the golden bowl be broken, or 
the pitcher be broken at the foun- 
tain, or the -wheel broken at th« 
cistern: 

Then shall the dust return to the 
earth as it was; and the spirit shall 
return unto God who gave it. 

Let us hear the conclusion of the 
w^hole matter: Fear God, and keep 
his commandments: for this is the 
whole duty of man. 

For God shall bring every work 
into judgment, with every secret 
thing, whether it be good, or whether 
it be evil. 



A PEACEABLE KINGDOM 

Isaiah 11:1-9 

And there shall come forth a rod 
out of the stem of Jesse, and a 
Branch shall grow out of his roots: 

And the Spirit of the Lord shall 
rest upon him, the spirit of wisdom 
and understanding, the spirit of 
counsel and might, the spirit of 
know^ledge and of the fear of the 
Lord; 

And shall make him of quick un- 
derstanding in the fear of the Lord: 
and he shall not judge after the 
sight of his eyes, neither reprove 
after the hearing of his ears: 

But -with righteousness shall he 
judge the poor, and reprove -with 
equity for the meek of the earth: 

And he shall smite the earth with 
the rod of his mouth, and with the 
breath of his lips shall be slay the 
wicked. 

And righteousness shall be the 
girdle of his loins, and faithfulness 
the girdle of his reins. 

The wolf also shall dwell with the 
lamb, and the leopard shall lie down 
with the kid; and the calf and the 
young lion and the fatling together; 
and a little child shall lead them. 

And the cow and the bear shall 
feed ; their young ones shall lie down 
together: and the lion shall eat 
straw like the ox. 



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And the suckling child shall play 
on the hole of the asp, and the 
-weaned child shall put his hand on 
the cocatrice's den. 

They shall not hurt nor destroy 
in all my holy mountain: for the 
earth shall be full of the knowledge 
of the Lord, as the ivaters cover the 
sea. 



GOD'S LAW AND THE NATION 
Deut. 6:4-12; Jer. 31:31-33 

Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God 

is one Lord: 

And thou shalt love the Lord thy 
God with all thine heart, and with 
all thy soul, and with all thy mi^ht. 

And these words, which I command 
thee this day, shall be in thine 
heart: 

And thou shalt teach them dili- 
gently unto thy children, and shalt 
talk of them ^vhen thou sittest in 
thine house, and when thou walk- 
est by the way, and ^vhen thou liest 
doT»n, and when thou riseth up. 

And thou shalt bind them for a 
sig-n unon thine hand, and they shall 
be as frontlets between thine eyes. 

And thou shalt w^ite them upon 
the posts of thy house, and on thy 
gates. 

And it shall be, when the Lord thy 
God shall have brought thee into 
the land which he sware unto thy 
fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and 
to Jacob, to give thee great and 
g-oodly cities, which thou buildest 
not. 

And houses full of all good thinsrs, 
which thou filledst not, and wells 
disced, which thou di^sedst not, 
vineyards and olive trees, vtrhich thou 
plantedst not; when thou shalt have 
eaten, and be full: then beware lest 
thou forget the Lord. 

Behold the days come, saith the 
Lord, that I will make a new cov- 
enant with the house of Israel, and 
with the house of Judah; 

Not according; to the covenant that 
I made with their fathers, in the 
day that I took them by the hand. 
to brins: them out of the land of 

Egypt; 

Which my covenant they brake, 
although I was ap husband unto 
them, saith the Lord; 

But this shall be the covenant that 
I will make with the house of Israel; 
1 will put my law in their inward 
parts, and write it in their hearts; 
and I will be their God, and they 
shall be my people. 



TEMPERANCE 

Daniel 1:3-5; 8-20 

And the king spake unto Ashpenaz 
the master of his eunuchs, that he 
should bring certain of the children 
of Israel, and of the king's seed, 
and of the princes; 

Children in whom was no blemish, 
but well-favoured, and skillful in 
all wisdom, and cunning in knowl- 
edge, and under»)tanding science, and 
such as has ability in them to stand 
in the king's palace, and whom they 
might teach the learning and the 
tongue of the Chaldeans. 

And the king appointed them a 
daily provision of the king's meat, 
and of the wine which he drank: so 
nourishing them three years, that 
at the end thereof they might stand 
before the king. 

But Daniel purposed in his heart 
that he would not defile himself vrith 
the portion of the king's meat, nor 

with the wine which he drank : there- 
fore he requested of the prince of 
the eunuchs that he might not defile 
himself. 

Now God had brought Daniel into 
favour and tender love with the 
prince of the eunuchs. 

And the prince of the eunuchs said 
unto Daniel, I fear my lord the 
King, who hath appointed your meat 
and your drink: for why should he 
see your faces worse liking than the 
children which are of your sort? 
then shall ye make me endanger my 
head to the king. 

Then said Daniel to Melzar, Prove 
thy servants, I beseech thee, ten 
days; and let them give us pulse 
to eat, and water to drink. 

Then let our countenances be 
looked upon before thee, and the 
countenance of the children that 
eat of the portion of the king's meat; 
and as thou seest, deal with thy 
servants. 

So he consented to them in this 
matter, and proved them ten days. 

And at the end of ten days their 
countenances appeared fairer and 
fatter in flesh than all the children 
which did eat the portion of the 
king's meat. 

Thus Melzar took away the por- 
tion of their meat, and the wine that 
they should drink, and gave them 
pulse. 

As for these four children. God 
gave them knowledge and skill in 
all learning and wisdom: and Daniel 
had understanding in all visions and 
dreams. 



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Now at the end of the days that 
the king had said he should bring 
them in, then the prince of the 
eunuchs brought them in before 
Nebuchadnezzar. 

And the king commnned VFith 
them; and amLOng- them all was 
found none like Daniel, Hananiah, 
Mishael, and Azariah: therefore 
Stood they before the king. 

And in all matters of wisdom and 
understanding, that the king en- 
quired of them, he found them ten 
times better than all the magicians 
and astrologers that were in all his 
realm. 



CHRISTMAS 

And there were in the same coun- 
try shepherds abiding in the fields. 

Keeping watch over their flock by 
night. 

And, lo, the angel of the Lord 
came upon them, and the glory of 
the Lord shone round about them: 

And they were sore afraid. 

And the angel said unto them. 
Fear not: for behold, I bring you 
good tidings of great joy, which 
shall be all people. 

For unto you is born this day in 
the city of David a Saviour, which 
is Christ the I^ord. 

And suddenly there was with the 
angel a multitude of the heavenly 
host, praising God, and saying, 

Glory to God in the highest, and 
on earth peace, good will toward 
men. 

Now lettest thou thy servant de- 
part. Lord, according to thy word, 
in peace; 

For mine eyes have seen thy sal- 
vation, which thou hast prepared 
before the face of all peoples; 

A light for revelation to the Gen- 
tiles, and the glory of thy people 
Israel. 

NoTP unto the King eternal, in 
corruptible, invisible, the only God, 
be honor and glory for ever and 
ever. Amen. 



EASTER 

In the end of the Sabbath, as it 
began to dawn toward the first day 
of the week, came Mary Magdalene 
and the other Mary to see the sep- 
ulchre. 

And, behold, there was a great 
earthquake: for the angel of the 
Lord descended from heaven, and 
came and rolled back the stone from 
the door, and sat upon it. 



His countenance was like light- 
ning, and his raiment white as 
snow: and for fear of him the keep- 
ers did shake, and became as dead 
men. 

And the angel answered and said 
unto the Tvomen, Fear not ye: for 
I know^ that ye seek Jesus, which 
was crucified. 

He is not here: for he is risen, as 
he said. Come, see the place where 
the Lord lay. 

And go quickly, and tell his dis- 
ciples that he is risen from the dead; 
and, behold, he goeth before you 
into Galilee; there shall ye see him: 
lo, I have told you. 

And they departed quickly from 
the sepulchre with fear and great 
joy; and did run to bring his dis- 
ciples word. 

IVow is Christ risen from the dead, 
and become the first-fruits of them 
that slept. 

But every man in his own order: 
Christ the first-fruits; afterward 
they are Christ's at his coming. 

Ye are risen virith him through the 
faith of the operation of God, who 
hath raised him from the dead. 

If ye then be risen with Christ, 
seek those things which are above, 
where Christ sitteth on the right 
hand of God. 

Christ is not entered into the holy 
places made with hands which are 
the figures of the true; but into 
heaven itself, now to appear in the 
presence of God for us. 

Wherefore he is able also to save 
them to the uttermost that come 
unto God by him, seeing he ever 
liveth to make intercession for them. 



TEMPERANCE 

Who hath woe? who hath sorrow? 
who hath contentions? who hath 
babbling? who hath wounds without 
cause? who hath redness of eyes? 

That they tarry long at the vpines 
they that go to seek mixed wine. 

Look not thou upon the wine 
when it is red, when it giveth his 
color in the cup, when it moveth 
itself aright. At the last it biteth 
like a serpent and stingeth like an 
adder. 

Be not drunk wdth wine. Be not 
among wdne-bibbers ; among riotous 
eaters of flesh. 

For the drunkard and the glut- 
ton shall come to poverty: and 
drowsiness shall clothe a man with 
rags. 



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Wine is a mocker, strong drink is 
rajs^ins; and whosoever is deceived 
thereby is not wise. 

None of us liveth to himself, and 
no man dieth to himself. 

Let us not judge one another any 
more: but judge this rather, that 
no man put a stumbling-block or an 
occasion to fall in his brother's way. 

The kingdom of God is not meat 
and drink; but righteousness, and 
peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. 

He that in these things serveth 

J Christ is acceptable to God, and 
approved of men. 

MISSIONARY 

God so loved the world that he 
gave his only begrotten Son, that 
n^hosoever believeth in him should 
not perish, but have everlasting life. 

For Ood sent not his Son into the 
vrorld to condemn the vrorld, but 
that the Tvorld through him might 
be saved. 

The Father sent the Son to be 
the Saviour of the world. 

Christ also hath loved us, and hath 
given himself for us. 

He is the propitiation for our sins: 

And not for ours only, but also 
for the sins of the whole world. 

Behold the Lamb of God, which 
taketh away the sin of the world. 

This is indeed the Christ, the 
Saviour of the world. 

Go ye therefore, and teach all 
nations, baptizing them in the name 
of the Father, and of the Son, and 
of the Holy Ghost: 

Teaching them to observe all 
things whatsoever I have com- 
manded you: and, lo, I am with you 
always, even unto the end of the 
I 'world. 

I Yet have I set my king upon my 
holy hill of Zion. 

I I will declare the decree: the Lord 
hath said unto me. Thou art my 
I Son ; this day have I begotten thee. 

I Ask of me, and I shall give thee 
the heathen for thine inheritance, 
and the uttermost parts of the 
earth for thy possession. 

SECOND COMING 

But I would not have you to be 
ignorant, brethren, concerning them 
which are asleep, that ye sorrow 
not, even as others which have no 
hope. 

For if we believe that Jesus died 
and rose again, even so them also 
which sleep in Jesus will God bring 
with him. 



For this we say unto you by the 
word of the Lord, that we which are 
alive and remain unto the coming of 
the Lord shall not prevent them 
which are asleep. 

For the Lord himself shall de- 
scend from heaven wHth a shout, 
with the voice of the archangel, and 
with the trump of God: and the dead 
in Christ shall rise first: 

Then we which are alive and re- 
main shall be caught up together 
with them in the clouds, to meet 
the Lord in the air: and so shall we 
ever be with the Lord. 

"Wherefore comfort one another 
with these words. 

TRUST 

O taste and see that the Lord is 
good: blessed is the man that trust- 
eth in him. 

fear the Lord, ye his saints: 
for there is no want to them that 
fear him. 

The young lions do lack, and suf- 
fer hunger: 

But they that seek the Lord shall 
not want any good thing. 

Come, ye children; hearken unto 
me: 

1 will teach you the fear of the 
Lord. 

"What man is he that desireth life, 
and loveth many days, that he may 
see good? 

Keep thy tongue from evil, and 
thy lips from speaking guile: de- 
part from evil, and do good; seek 
peace, and pursue it. 

Tlie eyes of the Lord are upon 
the righteous, and his ears are 
open unto their cry. 

The face of the Lord is against 
them that do evil, to cut off the 
remembrance of them from the 
earth. 

The righteous cry, and the Lord 
heareth, and delivereth them out 
of all their troubles. 

The Lord is nigh unto them that 
are of a broken heart; and saveth 
such as be of a contrite spirit. 

Many are the afflictions of the 
righteous: but the Lord delivereth 
him out of them all. 

He keepeth all his bones: not one 
of them is broken. 

Evil shall slay the wicked: and 
they that hate the righteous shall 
b3 desolate. 

The Lord redeemeth the soul of 
his servants: and none of them that 
trust in him shall be desolate. 



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A charg«; to keep 211 

A rainbow on the 55 

After 153 

All alone 37 

All hail the (Welch) . . 66 
All hail (Coronation) . .248 
All on the altar for. . . .150 

Almost persuaded 180 

Alone 113 

America 231 

An evening prayer .... 107 
An old account settled. 80 
Anywhere with Jesus.. 135 
Are you counted in ? . . . 50 
Are you washed in the. 81 

At the cross 202 

Awakening chorus 176 

B 

Battle hymn of the. . . .152 

Be a hero 165 

Because He first loved. 17 

Better each day 8 

Beulah land 64 

Beyond the shadows. .. 101 
Blessed Assurance .... 46 

Blest be the tie 252 

Break thou the bread. .253 
Brighten the corner. . . 22 



Can the world see Jesus 5 
Carry your cross with. 35 

Christ returneth 67 

Close to Thee 229 

Closer to Jesus 139 

Columbia's song 110 

Come and take 18 

Come thou almighty .. .223 

Come thou fount 246 

Coming in glory 74 

Confidence 82 



Dare to be a Daniel... 159 

Drifting 75 

Dwelling in Beulah ...114 

E 
Even the waifs of the. 161 
Exalt His name 171 ' 



F 

Faith of our fathers. . .256 
Far, far on the other.. 19 

Filled with Thee 45 

Forward go 173 

Full surrender 77 

G 

Give me a heart like. . .209 

God be with you 122 

God will take care of.. 26 
Guide me thou great. 219 



Hallelujah and praise. . 92 
Hallelujah 'tis done... 194 
Hallelujah I what a.... 221 
Happy rest in Jesus ... 79 

Hark the voice of 168 

Have you found the... 117 

He is able 118 

He knows the way 30 

He leadeth me 224 

He ransomed me 98 

He's a friend of mine. . 11 
Hear us Holy Spirit... 133 

Held by His hand 15 

Help to save somebody. 65 

Hidden clouds 2 

Higher ground 213 

Hold on a little while. . 93 

Hold the fort 187 

Holy Ghost with light. .207 

Holy, holy, holy 222 

Holy quietness 69 

Holy Spirit, faithful. . .238 

Home of the soul 132 

How firm a (1st tune). 227 
How firm a (2nd tune) 228 

How tedious and 245 

How would it be with. . 76 
How you will love Him. 123 



I am coming home . . . 184 
I am coming Lord .... 29 
I am happy all the. ... 13 
I am praying for you.. 72 
I am trusting Lord in. 212 
I am with you 148 



I have been born 103 

I know I am saved. ... 25 

I know not 47 

I love Him 230 

I love Jesus 20 

I love to tell the story. 61 

I shall be ready 32 

I walk with the King. . 21 
I want to see Jesus... 54 
I'm a saved sinner .... 126 
If Jesus goes with me. 44 
If your heart keeps... 58 

In His glory 43 

In the garden 34 

Is it I, is it you ? 146 

Is it the crowning day? 12 

It is Thy blood my. ... 4 ^ 

Ivory palaces 24 <^ 

J 

Jesus is all the world . 48 

Jesus is calling 197 

Jesus is calling thee... 183 
Jesus is coming again .149 

Jesus leads 23 

Jesus lover of my soul. 60 
Jesus lover of my soul. 249 
Jesus loves even me. . .163 

Jesus of Calvary 7 

Jesus of Nazareth .... 52 

Jesus paid it all 87 

Jesus Savior pilot me. .240 
Jesus will give you. . . .199 

Jewels 167 

Joy to the world 234 

Just as I am 186 

Just outside the door. . 1 

L 

Lead kindly light 239 

Let all the people 78 

Let others see Jesus in 56 
Let thy joy overflow. . . 49 
Let the lower lights be. 125 

Let the Savior in 198 

Life's railway to 108 

Look in the Bible for. . 62 
Lord I'm coming home. 185 
Love divine, all love. . .541 
Loving kindness 254 



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253 



M 

Majestic sweetness . . . .242 
Make somebody happy., 96 
Master the tempest .... 175 

Meet me there 136 

More about Jesus 147 

IMore love to Thee 250 

Mother's prayers 102 

My anchor holds 156 

My country 'tis of thee 231 

My faith looks up 218 

My Jesus I love Thee. .237 

My mother 116 

My tent is pitched in. . 57 
My wonderful dream . . 16 

N 

Near the cross 214 

Near to Jesus 71 

Nearer my God to 235 

No not one 243 

No tears up yonder. ... 89 

Nobody like Jesus 143 

Now is the accepted. . .200 

o 

O could I speak 255 

O happy day .233 

O Jesus answer prayer. 119 
O love that will not... 137 
O my soul bless thou. .131 
O why not tonight?. . .188 
Only a contrite sinner. 157 

Only a sinner 3 

Only trust Him 193 

Onward Christian .... 90 
Open my eyes that I. . . 95 

Open the gates of 59 

Our consecration 141 

P 

Pass me not 225 

Pentecostal power .... 105 

Pilot of Galilee 86 

Praise the Lord 172 

Pure white ribbons. .. .162 

R 

Redeemed 196 

Redeemed and saved. . . 51 
Rescue the perishing. . .244 

Revive us again 97 

Ring the bells of 192 

Rock of ages 236 

S 

Safely through another. 232 
Sail on 42 



Saved 36 

Savior like a shepherd. Ill 
Savior more than life. .217 

Since I found my 99 

Since Jesus came into. 40 
Softly and tenderly. .. .179 

Somebody cares 85 

Song to the flag 169 

Song of the sunbeams. 164 
Souls are coming home. 190 

Spelling love 160 

Stand up for Jesus. . . .247 

Steady and true 151 

Steady brothers 154 

Step out on the 203 

Still undecided 189 

Sun of my soul 210 

Sweet hour of prayer .251 
Sweeter as the years. . 88 



T 

Tell it today 14 

Tell Jesus 10 

Tell me the story of . . . 39 

The Bible satisfies 73 

The church in the 158 

The great judgment ...106 
The home over there ..138 

The hosts of God 177 

The land we love 155 

The light of the world. 129 
The old-fashioned faith. 70 
The Old, Rugged Cross. 6 
The palace of light. ... 41 

The royal way 115 

The shadow of Thy 109 

The shining shore .... 145 

The solid rock 216 

The Son of God goes.. 205 
The star-spangled ....144 
The victory may ....^124 
The way of the cross.. 130 
There is a fountain. . . .220 

There is power 121 

There shall be showers. 104 
There's a wideness in. . 63 
They led Him away. ... 31 
Thou mighty to save . . . 174 

To eternity 83 

To Jesus I am clinging. 170 

To the work 28 

Toiling for the Master. 68 



Unanswered yet 134 



W 

We are going down... 120 
We're marching to.... 140 
AVhat a day of victory. 100 
What a friend we. . . .215 

What then? 128 

When cometh the end.. 112 
When I survey the.... 206 
When I think of His.. 27 

When the book is 38 

When the shout of battle 33 
Where He leads me... 208 
Where my King leads. . 94 
Wherever you wander. .178 

Who is He? 166 

Whosoever means me.. 191 

Whosoever will 195 

Why do you wait?.... 181 
Why not be saved . . . .204 

Why not now 182 

Will Jesus find us 142 

Will the circle be 91 

Wonders in glory 53 

Wonderful power 9 

W^on't you come now.. 201 
Work for the night is. .226 



Yield not to temptation 84 
You may have the 127 



SELECTED 
READINGS 



A peaceable kingdom. .248 

Christmas 250 

Confidence in God 245 

Constant 247 

Delight in the house of .245 

Easter 250 

God's law and the 249 

Memory verses 244 

Missionary 251 

Penitence 245 

Praise ye the Lord.... 247 
Remember now thy.... 248 

Second coming 251 

Temperance 249 

Temperance 250 

The law in life 246 

The Lord is thy keeper. 247 
The mercy of the Lord. 246 
The shadow of the.... 245 

Triumphant praise 246 

Trust 251 

Wisdom 247 



Copical Min 



ASSURANCE 

Alone 113 

Anywhere with 135 

Beulah land 64 

Blessed assurance. . . 46 
Dwelling in Beulah. 114 
Held by his hand. . 15 

In the garden 34 

My tent is pitched.. 57 
My wonderful dream. 16 

ATONEMENT 

He ransomed me.... 98 
I know I am saved. 25 

It is Thy blood 4 

Power in the blood. .121 
Redeemed and saved. 51 
They led Him away. 31 

BENEDICTION 

God be with you.... 122 



Better each day.... 8 
Look in the Bible.. 62 
The Bible satisfies.. 73 

CALL TO ACTION 

Are you counted in. . 50 
Brighten the corner. 22 
Help to save some. . . 65 
The victory may.... 124 

CHILDREN 

A rainbow on the... 55 

Be a hero 165 

Because He loved me 17 
Brighten the corner. 22 
Dare to be a Daniel. 15a 
Even the waifs on.. 161 
Hark the voice of.. 168 
Jesus loves even me. 163 

Jewels 167 

Pure white ribbons. 162 

Savior like a Ill 

Song of sunbeams. .164 

Song to the flag 169 

Spelling love 160 

Who is He 166 

You may have the. 127 

CHRIST 

He is a friend of. . . 11 
How you will love.. 123 

Ivory palaces 24 

Jesus is all the world 48 
Holy spirit, faithful. .238 



Jesus of Nazareth. . 52 
Nobody like Jesus. .143 

Saved 36 

Somebody cares .... 85 
Tell me the story of 39 

The light of the 129 

They led Him away. 31 

CHORUSES 

Awakening chorus.. 176 

Exalt His name 171 

Forward go 173 

Master the tempest. 175 

Praise the Lord 172 

The hosts of God... 177 
Thou mighty to save. 174 
To Jesus I am 170 

CONFESSION 

An old account 80 

Are vou washed in. 81 
Is it I, is it you?. . .146 
I w^ant to see Jesus, 54 
It is thy blood, my. 4 
More about Jesus... 147 

CONSECRATION 

All on the altar for. 150 

Better each day 8 

Full surrender 77 

Give me a heart like. 209 
I am coming. Lord.. 29 

Open my eyes 95 

Our consecration. .. .141 
Pentecostal power. ..105 
Sweeter as the years 88 



DECISION 

Come and take 18 

Filled with Thee 45 

How would it be... 76 
I am coming Lord. . . 29 
Just outside the door 1 



DEVOTIONAL 

A charge to keep... 211 
All hail the power.. 248 

Blest be the tie 252 

Break thou the bread.253 

Close to thee 229 

Come thou Almighty.223 
Come thou fount.... 246 
Dwelling in Beulah. 114 
Faith of our fathers. 256 
Give me a heart like. 209 
Guide me O thou... 219 
Hallelujah what a.. 221 
He leadeth me 224 



Higher ground 213 

Holy Ghost with... 207 
Holy spirit faithful. 238 

How firm a 227 

How firm a 228 

How tedious and.... 245 
I am trusting Lord. .212 

I love Him 230 

Jesus lover of my.. 249 
Jesus, Savior, pilot.. 240 

Joy to the world 234 

Lead kindly light... 239 

Love divine 241 

Loving kindness 254 

Majestic sweetness. .242 
More love to thee. . . .250 
My faith looks up.. 218 
My Jesus I love thee. 237 

Near the cross 214 

Nearer my God to.. 235 

No not one 243 

O could I speak 255 

O happy day 233 

Pass me not 225 

Rescue the perishing.244 

Rock of ages 236 

Safely through other.232 
Savior more than... 217 
Stand "p for Jesus. 247 

Sun of my soul 210 

Sweet hour of 251 

The solid rock 216 

The son of God goes. 205 
There is a fountain. 220 

What a friend 215 

When I survey 206 

Where He leads me. .208 
Work for the night. 226 



DUETS 

Alone 113 

Closer to Jesus 139 

Drifting 75 

How would it be... 76 

7 know not 47 

In the. garden 34 

Jesus leads 23 

Life's railway to.... 108 

My mother 116 

Nobody like Jesus.. 143 

Pilot of Galilee 86 

Sweeter as the vears 88 
The palace of light, tl 
Unanswered yet 134 

DUTY 

Brighten the corner. 22 

Help to save 65 

Let others see Jesus 56 
Rescue the 244 



254 



TOPICAL INDEX 



256 



ENCOURAGEMENT 

All alone 37 

Carry your cross... 35 

Hold on a little 93 

Tell it today 14 



ENDURANCE 



Better each day 

Hold on a little. . . . 
When the shout of. 



, ETERNITY 

iTo eternity 83 

IWhat then? 128 



FAITH 

Confldence 82 

God will take care.. 26 

He is able 118 

Held by His hand... 15 
I know I am saved. . 25 

Near to Jesus 71 

Saved 36 

Tell Jesus 10 

The old fashioned... 70 
The way of the cross.130 

There shall be 104 

When the book is... 38 



FELLOWSHIP 

Closer to Jesus 139 

He's a friend of mine 11 

1 am with you 148 

If Jesus goes with.. 44 

In the garden 34 

Jesus leads 23 



FORGIVENESS 

An old account 80 

I have been born... 103 
I know I am saved.. 25 
Redeemed and saved. 51 
Since Jesus came... 40 



FRIENDSHIP 

He's a friend of mine 11 

I am with you 148 

No not one 243 

What a friend we... 215 



GIVING 

Our consecration. .. .141 



GOD 

God will take care of 26 

In the garden 34 

Nearer my God to.. 235 
There's a wideness.. 63 



GRACE 

I'm a saved sinner.. 126 

Rescue the 244 

Sweeter as the years 88 
To eternity ,^. . 83 



GUIDANCE 

All alone 37 

He knows the way. . 30 

In the garden 34 

Jesus leads 23 

Sail on 42 

Where the cross is.. 6 

HEAVEN 

Beyond the shadows. 101 
Home of the soul. . . .132 

Meet me there 136 

No tears up yonder. . 89 
The home over there. 138 
The palace of light.. 41 
The shining shore... 145 

What a day of 100 

Will the circle be... 91 
Wonders in glory... 53 

HELPFULNESS 

Brighten the corner 22 
Held by His hand... 15 
Help to save some. . 65 
More about Jesus... 147 
Steady and true 151 

HOLY SPIRIT 

Come and take 18 

Filled with Thee 45 

Hear us holy spirit. 133 
Holy quietness 69 

HOPE 

A rainbow on the... 55 

Hidden clouds 2 

I want to see Jesus. 54 
I'm a saved sinner.. 126 
Since Jesus came... 40 



HUMILITY 

An evening prayer.. 107 
Brighten the corner 22 

Closer to Jesus 139 

Pass me not 225 



INTERMEDIATE 

A rainbow on the... 55 
Anywhere with Jesus. 135 
Brighten the corner. 22 
If your heart keeps. 58 
Pure white ribbons. 162 

Song to the flag 169 

You may have the.. 127 



INVITATION 

Almost persuaded. . .180 

At the cross 202 

Hallelujah 'tis done. 194 
Hark the voice of.. 168 

Hold the fort 187 

I hear thy welcome. 87 
I am coming home.. 184 

Jesus is calling 197 

Jesus is calling thee. 183 
Jesus will give you. 199 

Just as I am 186 

Let the Savior in. . . .198 
Lord, I'm coming. . . .185 



O why not tonight.. 188 

Only trust Him 193 

Redeemed 196 

Ring the bells of. . . .192 
Softly and tenderly. 179 
Souls are coming.. 190 
Step out on the.... 203 

Still undecided 189 

Why not be saved.. 204 



JOY 

Happy rest in Jesus. 79 
I am happy all the. 13 
I have been born... 103 
Let the joy overflow. 49 
Redeemed and saved 51 
Since Jesus came... 40 
You may have the. .127 



JUDGMENT 

The great judgment. 106 

What then? 128 

When the book is... 38 

KINDNESS 

All Alone 37 

Help to save some. . 65 
Loving kindness ... .254 
Make somebody 96 



LOVE 

Because He first.... 17 
How you will love.. 123 

I love Jesus 20 

Jesus of Calvary.... 7 
O love that will. not. 13'( 

Tell it today 14 

When I think of His 27 

LOYALTY 

Anywhere with 135 

Are you counted in.. 50 
Faith of our fathers. 256 
Steady and true.... 151 
The Son of God 205 

MALE VOICE 

After 153 

My anchor holds 156 

Only a contrite 157 

Steady brothers 154 

The church in the.. 158 
The land we love... 155 



MEMORIAL 

Lead kindly light... 239 
No tears up yonder. . 89 
We are going down. 120 
Will the circle be.. 91 



MERCY 

Blessed assurance... 46 

I love Jesus 20 

Rescue the 244 

Softly and tenderly. 179 



/' 256 ^/^3y/,j£0PICAL INDEX , ^j 



MISSION' 

If Jesus goes with.. 44 
Let the lower lights. 125 
Dnward Christian. .. . 90 
Rescue the perishing.244 
The master calls.... 122 



MOTHER 

Mother's prayers .... 102 
My mother 116 

OBEDIENCE 

Open the gates of... 59 

Sail on 42 

The old rugged cross 6 

PATRIOTIC 

America 231 

Battle hymn of the. 152 

Columbia's song 110 

Song to the flag 169 

The land we love... 155 
The star-spangled. . .144 

PEACE 

Holy quietness 69 

Open my eyes 95 

Since I found my... 99 

Since Jesus came... 40 

The old-fashioned... 70 



PERSONAL WORK 

Brighten the corner. 22 
Carry your cross.... 35 

Help to save 65 

I love to tell the 61 

Let others see Jesus 56 

Make somebody 96 

Where my king leads 94 



PRAISE 

All hail the power.. 66 

Hallelujah and 92 

Revive us again.... 97 
We're marching to. . .140 
Let all the people... 78 



PRAYER 

An evening prayer.. 107 
Give me a heart . . . .209 
I am praying for you 72 
Jesus, lover of my.. 249 
Jesus, lover of my.. 60 

O Jesus answer 119 

Open my eyes 95 

Open the gates of. . 59 
Sweet hour of prayer.251 
Unanswered yet 134 



PROMISE 

I am with you 148 

If your heart keeps. 58 
No tears up yonder. 89 
There shall be 104 



psaLM 



O my soul bless. ... 
The shadow of thy. 



REFUGE 

Jesus lover of my. 
Rock of ages. . . . . 
What a friend 



.245 
.236 
.215 



REPENTANCE 

I am coming home. 
I am coming Lord. 
Mother's prayers... 
Why not now? 



,184 
, 29 
.102 
,182 



RIGHT LIVING 

Are you counted in?. 50 
Can the world see.. 5 



SECOND COMING 

Christ returneth 67 

Coming in glory 74 

How would it be 76 

I shall be ready 32 

In His glory 43 

Is it the crowning. . 12 
Jesus is coming. .. .149 
Will Jesus find us... 142 



SERVICE 

Rescue the perishing.244 

Steady and true 151 

Where my king leads 94 
You may have the.. 127 



SOLOS 

All on the altar for. 150 
An evening prayer.. 107 
Can the world see. . 5 

Christ returneth 67 

Home of the soul... 132 
How would it be.... 76 
I walk with the king 21 
I want to see Jesus. 54 

Is it I, is it you? 146 

It is thy blood my.. 4 

Ivory palaces 24 

Jesus leads 23 

Life's railway to... 108 
Look in the Bible... 62 

Mother's prayers 102 

My mother 116 

My wonderful dream 16 

Sail on 42 

Somebody cares . . 85 
Tell me the story. . 39 
The great judgment. 106 
The old fashioned.. 70 

The royal way 115 

They led Him away. 31 

What then? 128 

When I think of His 27 



SURRENDER 



At the cross 202 

Come and take 18 

Pull surrender 77 

I am coming home.. 184 
I am coming Lord.. 29 
Just as I am 186 



TEMPERANCE 

Battle Hymn of the. 152 
Pure white ribbons.. 162 
The victory may.... 124 
Rescue the perishing.244 
Yield not to 84 



TRUST 

Confidence 82 

God will take care.. 26 

He is able 118 

Held by His hand... 15 

I know not 47 

If Jesus goes with.. 44 

Near to Jesus 71 

Wonderful power... 9 



TESTIMONY 

Better Each Day 8 

I love Jesus 20 

I walk with the 21 

Jesus is all the 48 

Mother's prayers. .. .102 
Redeemed and saved 51 
Since Jesus came. ... 40 



VICTORY 

TUe victory may.... 124 
Far, far on the other 19 

What a day of 100 

When Cometh the... 112 



WARFARE 

Hold the fort 187 

When the shout of. . 33 
Where the cross is.. 6 



Let the lower lights. 125 

To the work 28 

Toiling for the 68 



WORSHIP 

All hail the power. .248 

Blest be the tie 253 

Come thou 223 

God be with you 122 

Holy, holy, h^ly 202 



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