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Full text of "The century gospel songs : contains 256 pages and 415 songs with music : sacred and secular selections for gentlemen's voices and sacred and secular selections for ladies' voices"

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V*' COJ^^TAINS 256 PAGES -^jf^ 



415 SONGS WITH MUSICv 



This Book is fittingly adapted for 
General Church Work 

BY 

PETER PHILIP BILHORN 

AUTHOR OF 

**Cf owning Glory," No. U "Sun-Shine Songs/' for Sunday School. 

"Crowning Glory," No. 2. "Bilhom's Male Chorus/' No. i. 

"Crowning Glory/' Nos. I and 2, "Bilhom's Male Chorus/* No. 2. 

Combined. "Bilhom's Male Chorus/* Nos. I and 2. 

"Crowning Glory/' Revised. Combined. 

"Choice Songs." 
"The Leader Anthem/' Nos. I, 2 and 3, Separate and Combined. 



Sacred and Secular Selections for 
GBNTIiEMEN'S VOICES 



Sacred and Secular Selections for 
LADIES' VOICES. 



COPYRIGHT 1901 BY P. P. BILHORH. 



BILHORN BROS., Poblishers, 

56 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. 



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PREFACE. 

The Century Gospel Songs will satisfy a long felt 
need among Christian workers, and will be a valuable 
aid to successful singing. We have here compiled two 
hundred of the most modem melodies and two hun- 
dred and fifteen familiar standard hymns with full 
music, the latter in small type. The collection embraces 
the best productions of more than one hundred popular 
and well known authors — songs that have been tested, 
and others that will stand the test. We believe the 
Gospel contained therein will be acceptable to all. The 
many songs suitable for large choruses; the fine selec- 
tion of solos, for male and female voices; the choice 
collection of duets — together with many new composi- 
tions by the author of "Sweet Peace, the Gift of God's 
Love, " make the book one greatly to be desired. It 
contains a complete topical index and a collection of 
Responsive Bible Readings on Prayer, The Holy 
Spirit, Atonement, etc. We present "The Century 
Gospel Songs " with a prayer that it may have a part 
in the work of hastening the Kingdom of Christ. 

The Editor and Publishers. 



NOTICE. 

Nearly all the new pieces in this Collection, both words and music, are Copyright 
in the United States, Great Britain and Provinces, under the provisions of the Inter- 
national Copyright Law, and must not be reprinted or published for any purpose, 
without the proper permission of the owners thereof. 

BILHORN BBOS.. PUBLISHERS. 




W. A. SUNDAY 




F. G. FISCHER 



The Century Gospel Son^s. 



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I am Praying for You. 



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I have a Sav-ior,He'spleadingitiglo- ry, A dear, loving Sav-ior,tho' 

I have a Fa-ther;to me Hehasgiv-en A hope for e-ter-ni-ty, 

I have a robe; 'tis resplendent in whiteness, A-wait-ing in glo - ry m 

I have a peace; it is calm as a riv-er — A peace that the friends of t' 



5. When Jesus has found you, tell others the story,That my loving Sav-ior : 



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earth-friends be few ; And now He is watching in ten-der-ness o'er me, 
bless- ed and true; And soon will He call me to meet Him in heav-en, 
won-der-ing view; Oh, when I re-ceive it, all shin-iug in brightness, 
world nev-er knew; My Sav-ior a -lone is its Au- thor and Giv - er, 
your Sav-ior, too; Then pray that your Savior may bring them to glo - ry. 



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oh, that He'd let me bring you with me,too ! 
friends,could I see you re-ceiv-ing one,too! [> For you I am praying, 

oh, could I know it was giv- en to you! 
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No. 2. Living wliere the Healing Waters flow. 



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1. I've cast my heav - y bur-dens clown on 

2. With Is-rael's trusting chil-dren I'm re- 

3. My hung'ring soul is sat - is - fied with 

4. I'm sing-ing "Hal-le-lu-jah," safe-ly 


Ca-naan's happy shore, , 
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1. Are yon wea - ry with your row-ing"? Scarcely strength to lift an oar? 

2. Do the clouds seem dark with shadows, That you fain would see no more? 

3. Are the wa - ters dash - ing hard-er 'Gainstyour boat than e'er be-fore ? 

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Have you lost that gleaming ha - lo From the Christ up- on the shore V 

Lift your eyes a - bove the bil - lows, Christ still stands up -on the shore. 

In what-ev - er sea of troub-le. Still He standeth on the shore. 



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No. 4. Beautiful Star of the Blest. 



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J. S. FULIBB. 

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2. Tn the light of that star, of that won - der - ful star, 

3. And the gift of that star, of that life - giv-ingstar, 

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shone from the east long a - go, And its won - der - ful light cast a 
shad - ows of earth ev-er flee; Thro' the dark-ness and gale will its 
all who will hear and 0- bey; 'Tis the gift of God's grace, 'tis the 



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light nev - er fail, From the gloom of the ni^ht we are free, 
smile of His face, O re - joice, it is shin - ing to - day! 

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1. Souls all a - round you are dy - ing in sin, Each one to 

2. Boys in tlieir prime, see them drifting a - way, No one takes 

3. Girls that are way - ward, oh, win them to God, Turn them from 

4. Out in the high-ways, the wan-d'ring are there,Search to the 

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Sa - tan a slave; "Who is there seeking a lost one to win? 
thought for their souls; Liv-ing in pleasures of sin ev-'ry day, 
sin and from shame; Show them the dangers in paths that they trod, 
left and the right; Pray and go bring them with tenderest care, 



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Sa- tan each ac-tion con - trolls. 
Lead them to trust in His name. 
Love them and pi - ty their plight. 



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Je - sus as He pass - eth by; When glad-ly He'd an - 

said, for he knew his great need; To Je - sus He went 

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they would but cry: "Thy faith hath made thee whole." 

pos - si - ble speed, "Thy faith hath made thee whole." 

sight, but to Thee? "Thy faith hath made thee whole." 

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No. 7. Longing for the Sweet By and By. 

Words and Music 
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1. I stood all a - lone by the way- side, And gazed at the 

2. The stars had more beau - ty and splen- dor Than earth with its 

3. Some day, on the winpfs of the morn - ing, To yon - der bright 

4. And when I shall reach that fair conn - try. Where sor- row shall 

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The home in the Sweet By and By. 



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The Wonderful Story. 



Kate TJlmbb. 



J. S. Fuller. 



1. J know of a sto - ry more pre - cious than gold, The 

2. It gives us as - sur - ance of free - dom from sin, The 

3. *Tis won - drous-ly pre-cious when sor - rows in - crease, The 

4. E'en thro the dim shad-ows with me it will go. The 




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won-der-ful sto - ry of Je - sus; Re-veal - ing His love that can 

won-der-ful sto-ry of Je - sus; It scat - ters all gloom and all 

won-der-ful sto-ry of Je - sus; E'en then it hath pow - er to 

won-der-ful sto-ry of Je - sus; Be-yond the great val -ley in 

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nev - er be told. The won - der - ful sto - ry of Je - sus. 

doubt-ing with - in. The won - der - ful sto - ry of Je - sus. 

give us re - lease. The won - der - ful sto - ry of Je - sus. 

full -ness I'll know. The won-der-ful sto - ry of Je - sus. 




The won-der-ful sto - ry of Je - sus, Je 



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No. 9. 

Robert 



He Satisfies My Soul. 



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['m sat - is-fled with Je-sus, I walk the nar-row way.He fills my 

I'm sat - is-fied with Je-sus, In sorrow's darkest hour, I know He'll 

I'm sat - is-fled with Je-sus, My burdens He doth bear, And now He 

I'm sat - is-fled with Je-sus, I near e - ter-ni-ty; The light shines 



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heart with glo-ry, I'll watch, and fight,and pray.His voice gives sweetest 
nev-er leave me,I'll con-quer with His power; His grace is all suf- 
lives in glo - ry A mansion to pre-pare. I can-not keep from 

bright and brighter, His spir - it sets me free; His love brings peace and 



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comfort, When billows near me roll, Oh, bless His name,I love Him,He 
fi-cient. My ways He shall control, Oh,bless His name,I love Him, He 
singing. His goodness I ex - tol, Oh, bless His name,I love Him,He 
gladness, I see the shining goal, Oh,bless His name, I love Him,He 

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No. lo. Speed Away! Speed Away! 



Rev. C. Cooke. 



Copyright, 1901, bj- P. P. Bilhorn. 

T. B. WooDBURT. Arr. J. E. H. 



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1. Speed a - way! speed a - way! ye her -aids of light, There are 

2. Let the Church to the help of Je - ho - vah draw near— Come with 

3. Speed a - way! speed a - way with a mes-sagefromheav'n, To all 

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mill-ions en-shroud-ed in nature's dark night, Who are will - ing to 

love and with faith, and with fer-vor in pray'r! Let her fling to the 

na-tions of men let the ti-dings be giv'n. That Mes-si - ah has 

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hear, and the truth to re - ceive, Butthey know of no Sav-ior on 

breeze the pure ban-ner of truth, And en - list in the strug-gle her 

triumphed. His foes are all slain, And the earth as an E - den is 



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whom to be-lieve. they're dy-ing by thousands in sin ev - 'ry day! 
warm-hearted youth; Let the par-ents and chil-dren,and ev - 'ry one say: 
blush-ing a - gain! great Sav-ior, let nothing this conquest de - lay! 




Speed a - way ! speed a - way! speed a-way ! 

Speed a -way! speed a -way! speed a-way! 

Speed a - way! speed a - way! speed a-wayl. 

Speed a-way! speed a-way! 




No. II. Peace is There, Peace is There. 



Ina Dulkt Ogdon. 




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1. Peace is there, peace is there, passing all un-der-stand-ing;"Come,come, 

2. Rest is there, rest is there, rest for the soul grown weary; Come, come, 

3. Heav'nis there,heav'n is there, where falleth not the night; Come,come, 

4. Christ is there, Christ is there, Christ and the blest immortal; Come, come, 



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sin-ner.come;" Hark! 'tis thy Lord commanding; Bidding thy sin - ful 
wea - ry one, come from the des - ert drear-y; Rest where the trees of 
pil-grim,come,thine are those realms of light; Thine are the mansions by 
lone-ly one, pass thro' the pearl - y por-tal; Sin, nor care, nor 



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wand'rings cease, Of-fer-ing shel-ter, par-don and peace, Op'ning life's 

heal-ing grow, Rest where re-fresh-ing wa - ters flow; Come, lose thy 

streets of gold. Thine are those splendors yet un - told; Come,and His 

death can come. Naught shall dim thy soul's bright home; Come, join thy 



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kingdom fair; Come. sinner,come,seek thy Father's home. (peace is there.) 

load of care;Come,yewearyone,seekthy Father's throne, (rest is there.) 

promise share; Seek thy Father's face. seek His proffered grace, (heav'n is there. ) 

loved ones dear; .Toys beyond degree,there are waiting thee.(Christ is there. ) 



No la. Forward Be Our Watchword. 



Copyright, 1901, by r. P. Bilhorn. 



F. Degen. Arr. P. P. R 




1. Forward ! be our watchword, Steps and voicesjoined; Seeli the things before us, 

2. Forward, flock to Je - sus, Salt of all the earth; Till each yearning purpose 

3. Glo-ries up - on glories Hath our God prepared, By the souls that love Hiiu 
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Spring to glorious birth ; Sick, they ask for healing, Blind, they grope for day ; 

One day to be shared ; Eye hath not beheld them. Ear hath nev-erjieard ; 

That fair home is ours. Flash the streets with jasper. Shine the gates with gold .' 






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Believe and Receive. 



Rev. H. B. ToWNSEKD. 



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1. When we came to the Lord, And be-lieved on His word, What a 

2. We ac - cept-ed His will, And we nev - er feared ill, But we 

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trusted His prom-ise and grace ; Wliile we walk in His way, Keeping 
way that leads on to the Lord; We'll re-ceive grace for grace, We'll be- 

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hold His dear face. And re - joice in the promised re - ward. 

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1. We're a pilgrim band.and for glo - ry bound. To our home by the 

2. We're the roy - al guests of the King of kings, On His high-way we 

3. We have left our woes and our cares be - hind, On this train they are 

4. See, our Father stands with His outstretched hands, And our loved ones are 




crys - tal sea; On the gos - pel road, we are now on board Of the 
homeward glide; Up salvation's grade. with our fare all paid, We will 
not al-lowed; But our hearts are light and our way is bright, For God's 
wait- ing there; To each faith-ful one God will say, "Well done; En - ter 




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safe - ly all storms out-ride, 
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'On- ly the best is good e-noughfor Je - sus,'' On - ly the best, we're 

'On-ly the best is good e-nough for Je - sus, " Worthy is He, the 

'On-ly the best is good e-nough for Je - sus, "Twine fadeless garlands 




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rar - est clusters bring. Sheaves from the vale, the richest of the har - vest; 
lay - ing at His feet, Wealth from the sea, the for-est, and the moun-tain: 
Lamb for sinners slain ; Yielding our lives, our all in grate-f ul serv - ice, 
round a-uout His throne, Place on His brow the martyr's living lau - rels; 



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Let Us Arise. 



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1. Do you slum-ber in your tent, Chris-tian 

2. Can you sleep while homes are rent.Chris-tian 

3. Can you lin - ger in your tent, Chris-tian 

4. Let us rise in ho - ly wrath, Chris-tian 


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heav - ens turned to hells by his pow'r? Mark you rot the moth-er's 
smil - ing o'er your i- die de - lay; Thousands per -ish while you 



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sigh? Hear you not the children's cry? See you not their loved ones 
wait, While you coun- sel and de - bate; Heed you not their aw - ful 
wait; For-ward. man-hood of the State, For in God your strength is 


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No. 17. **Suffer the Children. 

Word« and Muaia 
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2. Je - sus is knocking just now at the door, - pen your heart,let Him 

3. Come to the Sav-ior, O do not de-lay, Rest in His great heart of 

4. "Ye must be born a-gain," Je-sus hath said, Like lit - tie chil-dren be- 

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Rev. H. B. TowNBEND. 



Copyright, 1891, by P. P. Bilhorn. 

An Experience Meeting at Capernaum. 



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Blind Man. 1. A beg-gar blind, the truth I learn 'd, When Je-sus came my way; 
" Deaf Mute. 2. Bothdeaf and dumb-no sound I heard, When Je-sus came mj' way; 
4 Demoniac. 3_ J ^as m-sane 'neath Sa-tan's yoke, When Je-sus came my way ; 
Oneofthe 4, Hungry and faint, I touch'd His feet. When Je- sus came my way; 
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He pit - ied me and spake the word, 
The Master's hand my bond- age broke, 
He gave me heaven's bread to eat, 



I praise His name to - day. 
I hear and sing to - day. 
I stand here free to - day. 
I know His strength to - day. 




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5 With palsy I was trembling long. 
When Jesus came my way ; 

He found me weak. He made me strong, 
I, too, rejoice to-day. 
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6 A leprous man — outcast and sad, 
When Jesus came my way; 

He gave me health and made me glad ; 
I'm cleansed from sin to-day. 



Widow's Son from Main. 

7 A dead son I was borne by men, 
When Jesus came my way; 

He stopped the bier, I live again, 
I now His will obey. 

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8 We all were lost in sin and shame, 
When Jesus came our way; . 

He saved us ! Bless His lioly name, 
His word we now obev. 



No. 19. The Comforter Has Come. 



VVM. J. KiRKPATRICK. 



1. Oh, spread the ti-dings round, wher-ev - er man is found, Wher- 

2. The long, long night is past, the morn - ing breaks at last, And 

3. Lo! the great King of kings, with heal - ing in His wings, To 

4. O bound -less Love di - vine! how shall this tongue of mine To 

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hushed the dreadful wail and fu - ry of the blast; As o'er the gold-en 

ev - 'ry cap-tive soul a full deliv'rance brings; And thro' the va-cant 
wond'ring mor-tals tell the match-less grace divine — That I, a child of 

all the saints a-bove to all be-low re - ply. In strains of end-less 



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C. H. M. 



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1 . If you are tired of the load of your sin, Let Jesus come into your heart 

2. If 'tis for pu - ri-ty now that you sigh, Let Jesus come into your heart 

3. If there's a tempest your voice cannot still, Let Jesus come into your heart 

4. If friends, once trusted, have proven untrue,Let Jesus come into your heart 

5. If you would join the glad songs of the blest. Let Jesus come into your heart 




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If you de-sire a new life to be-gin, Let Jesus come into your heart. 

Fountains for cleansing are flowing near by. Let Jesus come into your heart. 

If there's a void this world never can fill, Let Jesus come into your heart. 

Find what a Friend He will be unto you, Let Jesus come into your heart. 

If you would enter the mansions of rest, Let Jesus come into your heart. 



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Just now, I o - pen the door, And Je-sus comes in- to my heart. 



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2. If I could on - ly tell you how He loves you, And if we could thro' the 

3. If I could tell how sweet will be His we-lcome, In that home whose wondrous 

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I am sare that you would make Him yours to-day. Could I tell it, could I 

You would worship at His wounded feet I know. 
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No. 22. I will Sing the Wondrous Story :^ 



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1. I will sing the wondrous sto - ry, Of the Christ who died for me, 

2. I was lost, but Je-sus found me, Found the sheep that went astray, 

3. I was bruised but Je-sus healed me. Faint was I from many a fall, 

4. Days of dark-ness still come o'er me, Sorrow's paths I oft -en tread, 

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Threw His lov -ing arms a-round me, Drew me back ir* - to the way. 
Sight was gone, and fears possessed me,But He freed me from them all. 

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Yes, I'll sing the wondrous sto - ry 

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Sing it with the saints in glo - - - ry, 

Sing it with the saints in glo 



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Savior, Pilot Me. 



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2. When th'A-pos-tles' fra - gile bark Struggled with the bil-lows 

3. As a moth - er stills her child Thou canst hush the o-cean 

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Unknown waves before me roll, Hid-ing rock and treacherous shoal; 

On thestorm-y Gal - i - lee, Thou did'st walk a-crossthe sea; 

Boist'rous waves o - bey thy will When thou say'st to them"Be still." 

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Chart and corn-pass come from Thee, Je - sus,Sav - ior, pi -lot me. 
And when they be -held Thy form. Safe they glid - ed thro' the storm. 
Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, Je - sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me. 
May I hear Thee say to me, "Fear not, I will pi - lot thee. 



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2. 1 have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hun-dred circling camps; 

3. He has sounded forth the trum-pet that shall nev-er call re-treat; 

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He is tramp-ing out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored; 
They have build-ed Him an al - tar in the ev'ning dews and damps; 

He is sift - ing out the hearts of men be - fore His judgment seat, 
With a glo - ry in His bo - som that trans-fig-ures you and me; 

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He hath loosed the fate - f ul lightning of His ter - ri-ble quick sword : 
I have read His righteous sen-tence by the dim and flar - ing lamps: 
Oh, be swift, my soul, to an - swerHim! be ju - bi-lant, my feet: 
As He died to make men ho - ly, let us die to make men free, 




His truth is march-ing on. 

His day is march-ing on. 

Our God is march-ing on. 

While God is march-ing on. 



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The Watchman's Cry. 



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1. Kark, 'tis the watchman's cry : Wake, brethren, wake, Je-sus our Lord is nigh; 

2. Call to each wakiug band, "Watch, brethren, watch; Clear is our Lord's command, 

3. Hear we the Savior's voice, Pray,brethren, pray! Wouldye His heartrejoice? 

4. Now sound the final chord,Praise, brethren, praise! Thrice holy is the Lord; 

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Pray, brethren, pray. Sin calls for constant fear; We need the strong One near; 

Prai8e,brethren,praise!What more befits the tongues, We'll join the angels songs, 

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By per. of W. L. Thompson & Co., East Liverpool, 0., and Ohioaga, 111. 

W. L. T. W. L. Thompson. 

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1. Lead me gently home,Father,Lead me gently home, When life's toils are 

2. Lead me gently ho]ne,Father,Lead me gentlv home. In life's darkest 




end - ed,And parting days have come. Sin no more shall tempt me, Ne'er from 
hours. Father, ^Vhen life's troubles come,Keep my feet from wand 'ring, Lest from 
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Thee I'll roam. Lest I fall up-on the wayside. Lead me gently home. 




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Lead me gen-tly home. Fa- ther,Lead me gently home, Fa-ther, 




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Words and Music 
Copyright, 1901, by P. P. Bllhorn. 



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1. Be - hold the ar-mies of the King Are marching forth in line; 

2. And now among the foremost ranks, Where foe meets foe to - day ; 

3. Be - hold, the King himself is near, And while His own ad-vance; 

4. Oh, glo-rious,glo-rious vic-to - ry, With life's great bat -tie done; 




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They stand erect with sword and shield, To brave the dread af-fray. 

The trait-or le-gions backward fall Beneath their fearless glance. 

The cross laid down, they wear the crown, Their faith in Christ hath won. 



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Sunlight. 



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1. I wandered in the shades of ni^ht, Till Je - sua came to me, 

2. Tho' clouds may gather in the sky, And bil- lows round me roll, 

3. While walking in the light of God, I sweet com-mun- ion find; 

4. I cross the wide -ex-tend - ed fields, I jour - ney o'er the plain, 

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How- ev - er dark the world may be, I've sun- light in my soul. 

1 press with ho - ly vig - or on, And leave the world be-hind. 
And in the sun- light of His love I reap the gold - en grain. 
Be - hold the brightness of His face, Throughout e - ter - ni - ty. 

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2. Hap-py in Je - sus from day un - to day, Hap - py in 

3. Hap-py in Je - sus, tho' bur-dens I see, Hap - py in 

4. Hap-py in Je - sus. His prom-ise I plead. Hap - py in 



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hear His sweet voice, Hap-py in Je-sus, my soul doth re-joice. 
peace He doth bring, Hap-py in Je-sus, for - ev - er I'll sing. 



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The Light! 

Oowrigrht, 1896, by P. P. BIUk 



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1. In the dark-ness of the night I was .-^rop - ing f or the light 

2. Now I know the rea - son why Je-sus came on earth to die 

3. Oh, my soul is all a -glow With a strong de- sire to know 

4. In the arms of love I rest, And con - fid - ing, I am blest 




That my soul the lov - ing plan of God might see ; 
And to free - ly shed his blood up -on the tree; 
More and more a- bout the love of God to me; 
With the sense of gra-cious par -don full and free; Hal - le-hi-jah'. 

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For un - less the blood was shed. As the word of God hath said, 

For the more His lov -ing mind, In the book of life I find, 

And my path-way bright-er grows, As my mind the bet- ter knows 




D.8. — He to ran - som en - ''ry one, Gave His well be - lov - ed Son, 

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Thine Own. 

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Thine own. to work and wait, 


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Thine own, when shadows fall, 


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Thine own. to live a -gain. 


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Hark! a voice from heav-en steal-ing Soft-ly, in an un-der-tone; 
Night and morn it sings the same song, Sings it while I sleep a -lone; 
At the grave I'll singthe same song, Tho' my lips to earth are dumb; 
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Jesus Knows. 



\Vm. J. Scott. 



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2. What a bahn for my poor heart, Je- sus loves, Je- sus loves: Nev-er, 

3. What a force my arm to nerve. Je -sus helps. Je -sus helps: His most 

4. What a sound my soul to cheer. Je - sus comes. Je - sus comes ; Hark I the 



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nev-er will we part, Je-sus loves. Jesus loves; He, Himself, has chosen me 
blessed cause to serve. Je-sus helps, Jesus helps; Helps me in the fiercest fight. 
Bridegroom's almost liere, Je-suscomes,Jesus comes; Comes, His saints to sanc-ti-fy, 

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His, and His a - lone to be. Now ami thro' e - ter - ni - ty. Je - sus 

Helps me put my foes to flight.Helps my weakness with His might, Je - sus 

Comes, His bride to glo - ri-fy, Comes to take us to the sky, Je - sus 



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My Father Knoweth. 




1. Pre-cious tho't, my Fa - ther know-eth, In 

2. Pre-cious tho't, my Fa - ther know-eth, Car- 

3. Sweet to tell Him all He know-eth. Roll 

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A Message of Love. 



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2. How sweet was the mes-sage that came to my heart, And filled me with 

3. And since I am His, and I know He is mine, How sweet is the 




sak-en and sad; It came from a- bo ve like aheav-en-ly dove; It 

sunshine and song! My hope did abound when the Sav-ior 1 found; I 
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bade me re-joice and be glad; New cour-age a - rose in my 
think of Him all the day long. And fol - low-ing close- ly my 
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No. 37. 



A Message of Love. 



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soul when I heard Of One who deliv'rance could bring; 
Shepherd and Guide, He leads me where cool waters spring; 
fol - low a- long, For He is my Sav-ior and King; And when I have 



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tri-tion to Jesus, my Lord; Now the won-der-ful sto - ry I sing. 
freshed as in Him I a-bide, And re - joic-ing, His prais-es I sing, 
joined with th^ glorified throng, Then for-ev - er this theme I will sing. 




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F. R. Havkbgal. 



German. Ait, by P. P. 



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2. Not for weight of glo-ry, Nor for crown and palm,En-ter we the ar - mj^, 

3. Je-sus,Thou hast bought us,Not with gold or gem, But with Thine own life-blood, 

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Raise the warior psalm ; But for love that claimeth Lives for whom He died, 
For Thy di - a - dem.With Thy blessing filling Each who comes to Thee, 
None can o-ver-throw.Round His standard ranging, Victory is se-cure! 



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He whom Jesus nam-eth Must be on His side. By Thy love constraining 
Thou hast made us willing,Thou hast made us free. By Thy grand redemption. 
For His truth unchanging Makes the tri-umph sure . Joy-ful - ly en-list-ing , 

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By Thy grace di-vine. We are on the Lord's side, Savior, we are Thine ! 
By Thy grace di-vine. We are on the Lord's side, Savior, we are Thine! 
By Thy grace di-vine. We are on the Lord 's side, Savior, we are Thine ! 

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The Beautiful Gate. 



John R. Clements. 

Arr. by P. P. B. 



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1. A lame man sat at the Beau-ti - ful Gate. Un-heed-ing, the 

2. They heard the sad cry at the Beau-ti - ful Gate, Of him that was 

3. They took his right hand at the Beau-ti - fiil Gate, The peo- pie looked 

4. To- day .Je- sus stands at the Beau-ti - ful Gate, Oh, ye who would 



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throng passed by ; With pit - i - ful look he asked for an alms, 

poor and lame, Of sil - ver and gold they had none to give, 

with sur - prise; He, leap-ing up, stood, to God giv-ing praise, 

mer - cv claim; Have faith and be-lieve, new life you'll re-ceive; 



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As they bade him in Christ a - rise. 

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No. 40. Will There Be Any Stars? 



E E. Hewitt. 



Copyright, 1897, by Jno. R. SwBney. 



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1. I am thinking to-day of that beau-ti-ful land I shall reach when the 

2. In the strength of the Lord let me la- bor and pray, Let me watch as a 

3. Oh,whatjoy it will be when Hisface I be-hold, Living gems at His 

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sun goeth down ; When thro' wonderful grace by my Savior I stand, Will there 
win-ner of souls, That bright stars may be mine in the glo - ri-ous day Wlien His 
feet to lay down ; It would sweeten my bliss in the cit - y of gold. Should there 

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be a-ny stars in my crown ?"1 \^ 

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1. We hear the plea for try-ing to keep The Iambs of the 

2. 'Twas not a lamb that wandered a - way, In the par - a - ble 

3. Out in the des - ert, out in the cold. A sheep the Good 

4. And why should we so ear-nest -ly. long, For sheep of the 

5. For lambs will fol - low aft - er the sheep As far as the 

6. So with the sheep we ear-nest - ly plead For the sake of the 






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flock in the fold, And well we may; but what of the sheep, Shall 
Je - sns told; A grown-up sheep had gone far a -stray From 
Shep-herd sought; Back to the flock, safe in -to the fold, A 

flock weep and pray? Be-cause there's dan-ger if they go wrong : They'll 
sheep stray a - way; If sheep go wrong it will not be long Till 
lambs to - day ; If lambs are lost, what ter • ri - ble cost Will 



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lambs are as wrong as they ^- Who'll brmgthembackto.day,Who'll bring them 

fall on the sheep to pay. 



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oack to-day; Gro! bring them back to-day, Bring the wand'ring 
back to-day; Who'll bring them back to-day. Bring the wand'ring 



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No. 42. I Never Will Cease to Praise Him. 



Copyright, 1901, {ly P. P Bilhorn. 



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1. The Lord's mj' Light and Lib-er - ty, I never will cease to praise 

2. He brought me from the mire and clay, I never will cease to praise 

3. He set my feet up - on a rock. I never will cease to praise 

4. He put a new song in my mouth, I never will cease to praise 

5. I do Hiswill with great de-light, I never will cease to praise 






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From death and judgment pardons me, I nev-er will cease to praise Him. 

He leads me on from day to day, I nev-er will cease to praise Him. 

I dai - ly with Him walk and talk, 1 nev-er will cease to praise Him. 

And by His strength re-news my youth, I nev-er will cease to praise Him. 

1 find His law and pre-cepts right, I nev-er will cease to praise Him. 



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He Only Knows. 



M. B. Fountain. 



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have in my heart. Since Je - sus the 
2. No - bod - y knows what I have in my heart. A foun - tain of 
8. No - bod - y knows what I have in my heart, Since Christ turned my 



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Mas - ter has come, And deijifns in a soul so un-wor-thy as mine, 
rap-tur-ous joys; A faith that ex - ult - ant - ly bears me a - loft, 
dark-ness to ligrht; His pres-enceil - lu-mines the depths of my soul 

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To a - bide and make it His home. 

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With a glo - ry that scat-ters the night. 



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No. 44. That Dear and Blessed Country. 



Flo;»a Kibklakd. 



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J J To a dear and bless-ed coun-try I am go - ing by and by ; 

• ^ He is faith - f ul, who hath promised. He will keep His word with me ; 
2 S Here are man - y bro - ken cis-terns Where the wa-ter seemed so pure; 

' ( Deep-est joy and sat- is-fac-tion Wait for all who en-ter in 
g I If He bid me tar - ry Ion • ger, Let Him have His bless-ed will, 

■ \ Keep me faith-ful, bless-ed Je - sus, Hold my trembling hand in Thine; 
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I can al - most see the por-tal Of my man - sion in the sky. 
But, up there, the liv-ing wa-ters Spring-eth full and free and sure 
For I long to do His bid-ding. And His pur- pose to ful - fil; 

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I shall see Him in yon cit - y. If I fol - low faith-ful - ly. 
To that dear and bless-ed coun-try Where shall be no taint of sin. 
I would fail and fall with-out Thee, But Thy hand en - fold-eth mine. 
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The Beautiful Light. 

Copyright, 1881, by Jno. R. Sw«ii«j Uaed by per. 



I. Kelso Cabteb. 




Jno. K. Sweney. 



1. Je-sus is the light, the way, We are walk-ing in the light. We are 

2. We whokiiowoursinsfor-giv'n,We are walk-ing in the light. We are 

3. As we jour-ney here be- low, We are walk-ing in the liglit, We are 

4. We will sing His pow'r to save, We are walk-ing in the light, We are 



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ing in the light; Find on earth the joy of heav'n. We are walking in the 
ing in the light; Oh, what joy and peace we know, We are walking in the 
ing in thelight; We will triumph o'er the grave, We are walking in the 



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No. 46. The Redeemed are Marching In. 



Ina Dulet Ogdon 



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1. Strike the ti-dings, O ye an-gels, The redeemed are pressinjr home; 

2. In the dark-ness they were wand'ring.Ere they sought the living Way'; 

3. Come, ye sin - ful, come, ye wea - ry. He will cleanse and give you rest; 

4. What a welcome! what re-joic-ing! What a hap- pv day 'twill be! 






Bells of heav - en ring their welcome, To the por - tals they are come. 
Safe-ly on - ward Je- sus leads them, To the land of per-fect day. 
Je - sua calls you, has-ten homeward. Hear that wel-corae to the blest. 
Christ is ris - en! shout ho- san - na! Sing a song of vie - to - ry. 



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No. 47. Sweet Peace, the Qift of God's Love. 



Copyright, 1887, and 1889, by P. P 




1. There comes to my heart one sweet strain, (sweet strain,) A 

2. Thro' Christ on the cross peace was made, (was made,) My 

3. When Je - bus as Lord I had crowned,(had crowned,) My 

4. In Je - BUS for peace I a - bide, (a - bide,) And 



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sing it a-gain and a - gain, Sweet peace,tlie gift of God'slove. 

oth - erfoun-da-tion is laid. For peace,the gift of God's love. 
Him the rich blessing I fouu(l,Sweetpeace,thegiftofGod'3love. 
noth-ing but peace doth be - tide, Sweet peace,t he gift of God'slove. 



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No. 48. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



Onward and Upward. 

Copyright, 1890, by John K. Sweney, by per. 



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1. Onward still, and up-ward,Fol-low ev-er-more Where our mighty 

2. Onward, ev - er on-ward,Thro' the pastures green, Where the stream« flow 

3. Upward,ev-er up-ward,TVardthera-diand glow,Far a-bove the 

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Boft-ly Un-der skies se-rene; Or, if need be, upward, O'er the rwk-y steep, 
valley, Where the misthangs low ;0n, withsongsof gladness, Till themarch shall end 



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To a strugglingneighbor,ITelpinghiia to stand. Marching on - - ' 
Trusting Him to guide us, Strong to save and keep. 
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There is Rest in Jesus. 



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1. There is per- feet rest in Je - sus Un-to all who seek His face; 

2. There is love for all in Je - sus, Tho' far in sin we stray; 

3. There is peace and joy in Je - sus For ev-'ry wea-ry heart; 

4. There is sav-iiio- grace in Je - sus When the hour of death draws near; 

5. There is hope and life in Je - sus; He is piead-ing now with thee; 

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He will free-ly give sal-va-tion By His redeeming g'race. His redeeming grace. 

He has pow'r to save and keep us : Oome,ac-cept His love today, -cept His love today. 

Inthe moment oftetnptation Hea-lonecaa strength impart. -lone can strength impart. 
There is comfort then in Je-sus; Hecan banish ev'ry fear, banish ev'ry fear. 
Come, partake of life o-ter-nal Freely offered you and me. offered you and me. 



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Rev. Ford C. Ottman. 



Come, Spirit, Come. 

Dopyright, 1901, b.v P. P. Bilhorn. 



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1. Come, Spir - it, come, Thy-self re -veal; Thy wondrous love make known; 

2. Come, Spir - it, come, a - bide with me, To Thee I yield my soul; 

3. Keep glow - ing still the ho - ly fire, And add - ed grace be - stow, 

4. My ref - uge be each pass - ing day; From wrong my soul de - fend; 



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Place to my heart Thy sa - cred seal, And claim me for Thine own. 
From sin's sore bond-age set me free. And ev - 'ry thought con-trol. 
Un - til with rich - er, deep de - sire, I shall Thy full - ness know. 
A- bide with me a - long life's way. Till time and toil shall end. 




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Come, Spirit, come, this ver - y hour, 

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No. 51. 



Jesus is Calling. 



W. E. M. Stewabt. 



Fkrd. Deoen. 

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2. Come, and,con-fess - ing, Let Him dwell within your heart; Re-ceive His 

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fall - ing, From the heav'n to thee; Wilt thou heed His plead-ing, 
bless-ing, Choose the bet - ter part. He will guide you ev - er, 
fore you, And youth on your brow. There's a time approaching, 




And from e - vil turn a - way, To His love ac - ced - ing, 
He will keep you from all guile, And no pow'r can sev - er 
And for you may be near by, When,your-self re-proach - ing. 




And to choose His way ? 

From His love and smile. \ Lost one, turn to Je - sus; Do not say Him 

You in sin must die. 



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No. 52. The End of the Journey is Near. 



Ina Duley Ogdon. 



Words and Music 
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1. Has the journey been long? Has the val-lej' been dark V Was the 

2. 'Tis the riv - er that flows thro' the cit - y of gold, And the 

3. You shall rest at the feet of the Shepherd at last, With a 



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des-ert so barren and drear ? You shall rest safe be - side the still 

gatestandsa - jar at the shore; By the wa-ters of life you shall 

rap-ture bv mor-tals un- known; You were lost but are found, and the 

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rest in the fold, In those pas - tures to hun - ger no more, 
dan-ger is past, For the Shep-herd will shel - ter His own. 




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Walking With Jesus. 



Hakbt L. Brooks. 



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J . VVulking in the bless-ed light of Je-sus' love, Walk-ing ev -ry hour, 

2. Sav-ior, keep me walking in the nar-row way, Walk-ing ev -'ry hour, 

3. Walking by the riv - er on the gold-en shore, Walk-ing ev -'ry hour, 



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walk-ing ev - 'ry day; Save me from the tempter's fie- ry darts and pow'r, 
walk-ing ev - 'ry day; Walk-ing in the Sav-ior's presence ev - er- more, 



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The Water of Salvation, 



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1 . Have you heard of the fount of sal - va - tion ? Have you heard of the 

2. From the Rock that was cleft for all a - ges. Flows that stream for the 

3. Wouldyouknowof the joy and com-plete-ness Of the life that is 



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sin-wea-ry soul; Tho' the storm in thedes-ert still ra - ges, 
giv - en a - new? You have on - ly to drink of the sweet-ness 




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Jennie E. Husset. 



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1. When our feet have reached the summit of the wea - ry hills of earth, 

2. Just be-yond the riv - er Jor - dan are sweet fields of liv - in^ green, 

3. Through the val - ley of^ the shad -ow we may journey un - dismayed, 



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And the fair, im-mor - tal flow - ers we shall see; While life's 

If we trust His '"Fearnot, I will be with thee; When thou 



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hearts shall know no sad - ness when the mists shall clear away, And the 
riv - er flow - eth ev - er by the great, white throne of God, When the 
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Jesus Oniy. 




1. Let me live for Je - sus on - ly, As my days are glid-ing by; 

2. Let me speak for Je - sus on - ly, Words of love and words of light; 

3. Let me fly to Je - sus on - ly, When my sky is o - ver - cast; 

4. Let me give to Je-suson-ly, All I am or hope to be; 

5. I shall live vpith Je - sus 011 - ly, When my life on earth is o'er; 



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Let me point to Je - sus on - ly. Souls that wander in the night. 

Let me find in Je - sus on - ly, Ref-uge from the storm -y blast. 

Time and tal - ents, soul and bod - y, His for all e - ter - ni - ty. 

I shall rise with Him to glo - ry, And be like Him ev - er-more. 



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No. 57- Victory Through Grace. 



Sallie Martin. 



Copyright, 1890, by Jno. K. Swcney. 




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1. Conquering now and still to conquer, Rid-eth a King in 

2. Conquei-ing now and still to conquer,Who is thiswon-der- 

3. Conquering now and still to conquer, Je-sus,Thou Rul-er 

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Wlienceare the armies which He leadeth,While of His glo-ry they sing? 
Thrones and their sceptres all shall perish, Crowns and their splendor shall fall 

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Yet shall the ar-mies Thou lead- est, Faithful and true to the last, 






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I'hoy are the stars that for- ev - er Bright in His kingdom Avill shine. 
Find, in Thy mansions e - ter- nal, Rest, when their warfare is past. 



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No. 58. There is Nothing Like Communion. 



Ina Dulet Ogdon. 



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1. Wealth can give ex - alt - ed station, of its won-ders 

2. I was poor, despised, for-sak-en, Yet He ilrew me 

3. Of my sor-rows and my tri-als I have told Him 

4. In those mansions of my Fa-ther, I shall join Him 

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There is noth-ing like com-mun-ion with my Sav - ior; With the 

There is noth-ing like com-mun-ion with my Sav - ior; And His 

There is noth-ing like com-mun-ion with my Sav - ior; I have 



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sym - pa - thy and coun-sel He has left me in His word; There is 
gathered there my treasures, they wi I Inev-er fade a - way; There is 

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2. Courage,comrades,whathaveweto fear? Our Almighty Captain, Christ, is near; 
;?. Tho' the battle rages fierce and long, Fear not ! right shall triumph over wrong; 
4. Forward! let no doubt or fear ap-pall: On to vict'ry at the Savior's call: 



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With His strength our drooping hearts tocheer. We shall conquer in His name. 
Face the foe with faith undaunted, strong, We shall conquer in His name. 
This our mot-to, "Christ is all in all, " We shall conquer in His name. 

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2. There's no time for i - die scorning, While the days are go - ing by; 

3. All the lov- ing links that bind us, While the days are go - ing by, 

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Let our face be like the morning, While the day 
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Trusting in His Promise. 



Rev. Chas. VV. Fletcher. 

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2. Trusting in His promise, '"Peace I leave with you;'' Anxious care was 

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Par-don full and free; Life and hope He gave me For e-ter-ni- ty. 
Left a ho- ly calm; Once a cry of an-guish, Now a peaceful psalm. 
By Thy lov - ing grace, Till my eyes in rap - ture Shall beholdThy face. 



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Jknnie E. Hussey. Arr. by P. P. 



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1. For the blessings all unnumbered Thou hast showered at our feet, 

2. For the way which Thou hast led us Out of darkness in - to light, 

3. May our lives re-fleet-ing heav-en To the souls that know not God, 

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For the flowers in our path^w^ay, And the rest-ing - plac - es sweet; 
For the radiant bow of prom-ise Aft - er clouds of deep - est night; 
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There were palms and wells refreshing Af-ter heat - ed des-ert sand. 

For new strength to bear our crosses Pa-tient - ly and humble too, 

That we all in Thy great glo-ry With the hosts re-deemed a - bove 

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For the friends who walk be-side us— Friends with loving hearts and true. 
Singand tell the joy -ful sto - ry Of our Savior's dy-ing love. 



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Just a Ray of Sunshine. 



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2. Just a lit - tie kind - ness, Bright and sun - ny smile, 

3. Words and smiles so kind - ly Like the sun-shine fall. 



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Makes the sad heart sing a-gain And all its cares be . guile. 

Let your pre-sence ev - er be Rich bless-ings un - to all. 




No. 64. 



Come Unto Me. 



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1. Come un-to Je - sus. all ye that lab 

2. Bring Him the bur - den.heav - i - ly press 

3. Lose not a mo-ment,haste to your Sav 

4. Come un - to Je - sus, Sav - ior and Bro - 


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liid in your breast; Sin and transgression free- ly con-fess - ing, 
fade in the west; Ask - ing His mer - cy, seek- ing His fa- vor, 
pur - est and best; Tru - er than fa- ther, fond-er thanmoth-er. 



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I Must Tell Jesus. 



Copyright, 1»93, by The Hoffman Music Co. Hope Pub. Co 



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help my bur-dens to bear; I must tell Je - sus, I must tell 



heart is tempt-ed to sin! 



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liv - er, Make of my troub-les quick-ly an end. 
Je - sus; He all my care and sorrows will share. 
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Always Go to Jesus. 



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1. If we always go to Je - sus when the bil - lows roll, If we 

2. If we al-ways go to Je- sus when the tear-drops fall, When the 

3. If we on - ly look to Je - sus in the dark-some vale, When the 

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Waiting. 



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2. For Hiscom-ing I am liv - ing, For His voice my ear I train; 
8. In the thrall of man's transgression, Til I His seep - ter rules the earth, 
4. 1 am wait - ing for the morning When His beams shall gild and bless; 

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Pain-ful-ly ere - a-tiontrav- ails, Waiting for its pledged re-birth. 

When the night of faith is end - ed By the Sun of righteousness. 




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Songs by Night. 



Jno. R. Clements. 



Perd Degen. 

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2. Paul and Si - las, pris-on-fast-ened,Sliook the jail with earthquake might; 

3. It is oft in saddest mo-nients That our souls take lus?hestflie-ht: 



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Bands were rent and doors were opened :God had giv - en songs by night. 

And to strains of sweet-est mu - sic God doth set the songs by night. 



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No. 69. 



Jesus is Piloting Me. 



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1. Siiil-iiig life's ocean 'mid breakers and foam. Je - sus is pi - lot-ing me; 

2. Fear I no tempest. tho'threat'ning and dark, Je - sus is pi - lot-ing me; 

3. Pleasant the voy-age when shineth the sun, Je-susis pi - lot-ing me; 

4. ]'";iir is the morning.and bright is the day, Je - sus is pi - lot-ing me; 

5. Trust to tliis Pilot your frail bark,my friend, Je - sus your pi - lot will be; 




Sailing life's ocean tow'rds heaven and home, Je - sus is pi - lot-ing me. 
Safe o'er the trackless deep guides He my bark, Je- sus is pi -lot-ing me. 
Oh, what a meeting when sailing is done, Je - sus is pi -lot-ing me. 
Nev-er an-oth -er that knoweth tlie way, Je - sus is pi -lot-ing me. 
Trust Him to pi - lot you safe to the end, Je - sus your pi - lot will be. 



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The Lord's Vineyard. 



O. W. Pettid. 



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2. Go work while life's mornino' is flying, Don't wait for the heat of the day, 

3. Go work! for the Master is call - ing; He points you to souls to be won; 
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For souls in their hunger are dying While you in your i-dle-ness stay. 
The dews of the night will be falling Ere half of your work is be-gun. 

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Go tell them the plan of sal-va - tion; Go comfort them in their distress; 
Be earnest, though early the morning; Be faithful, though noon-time is here; 



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John Needham. 



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2. How vast His knowledge! how profound! A deep where all our tho'ts are drowned: 

3. Thro' each bright world above, behold Ten thousand thousand charms untold: 

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The stars He numbers, and their names He gives to all those heavenly flames. 
Earth, air.and mighty seas com-bine To speak His wisdom all di - vine. 
Here, wisdom shines for-ever bright; Praise Him, my soul, with sweet delight. 



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He is Coming Again. 



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1. Saved bj' grace, oil, won-der-ful sto - ry, Je - sus, the Sav - ior, has 

2. Saved by grace, and jus-ti-fied tree - ly, Je- sus, the Cru - ci - fied, 
8. Saved by grace, and sanc-ti -fied thro' Him, Christ, the As-cend - ed, now 
4. Saved by grace, oh, bless-ed sal - va - tion, Christ.the Re-deem -er. is 

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rose from the grave; Saved by grace, oh, mar-vel -ous deal - ing, 

pleads for His own; Saved by grace, 1 sing hal - le - lu -jah! 

com - ing a - gain^; Saved by grace, oh, glo - ri - ous sta - tion, 

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No. 73. Bound for The Beautiful Shore. 



Jno. R. Clemknts. 



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sus, no harm can be - fall When Sa - taJi is 
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fly to His word, He's my Sav-ior and Lord; 
lean on His breast, There is safe-ty and rest: 
clouds hang like night, Still they need not af -fright, 
love is my song That I sing the day long. 




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I'm bound for the beau - ti - ful shore. 

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Peace, Be Stilll 



Charles Gould Bkede. 

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2. Tho' lulled on si-ren-sea to sleep, In dreams I see Thy shadowy form , 

3. Tho' all thepow'rs of darkness hurled, Burst round my head,I know Thy might, 

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For love is crad-led in the deep, And bosomed on the sweeping storm. 

And look beyond time's changing world, And see Thy hav-enthro' the night. 

I hear Thy voice and I - bey, And cry un-tomy soul. Be still! 



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2. There'll be no more sor-rowwhen Je - sus comes,There'll be no more 

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sor-rowwhen Je-sus comes; But a glorious morrow when Je-sus comes 
weeping when Je-sus comes; But a bless-ed reap-ing when Je-sus comes 
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Jennie E. Husset. 



F'bbd Deoen. 

Arr. by P. P. B. 




Bless-ed tho't, that when our earthly toils are o'er. And we gath-er on the 

All the saved shall walk there by the stream of life; There shall en-ter naught of 

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No. 77. Heavenly Sunlight. 

Copyright, 1899, by H. L. Gilmour. By per. 



Rev. H. J. Zelley. 



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2. Shadows a- round me, shad-ows a-bove me, Nev-er con-ceal my 

3. In the bright sunlight ev-er re-joic-ing. Pressing my way to 

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Sav-iorand Guide; He is the light, in Him is no dark-ness, 
mansions a- bove; Sing-ing His prais - es, glad-ly I'mwalk-ing, 



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No. 78. Keep On Believing. 

Arr. Copyright, WOl, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



Miss Lucy M. Booth. 
Arr. by P. P. B. 




1. When you feel weak- est, dangers sur- round, Sub-tie temp-ta - tion, 

2. If all were eas - y, if all were bright. Where would the Cross be? 

3. God is your wis-dom, God is your Might, God's ev-er near you, 

4. Let us press on, then, nev-er de-spair. Live a-bove feel-ing, 
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Where would the fight? But in the hard- ness, God gives to you 

guid-ing you right; He un-der-stands you, Knows all you need ; 

vic-to-ry's there; Je - sus can keep us ^ so near to Him 



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No. 79. 



Trusting in Jesus. 



Lillian liARKEn Beede. 



Words and Music 
Copvright, 1901, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



Ferd Dboen. 

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1 . Once all was darkness And tlie way was bleak and bare,Since I've found my 

2. He sought and found me When a wand "ring sheep was I, Far a-way from 
o. Since He has found me. I will nev-er leave His side, The' the tempter 
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heav-en. In the val - ley to die; Lone-ly, lost and ru-ined, He re- 
beck-ons,In His love I'll con-fide; He will fight my bat-ties. And we' 
Je - sus,On His bos - cm find rest; In His arms of mer-cy There is 




me His love was known, Now I claim the Blesser And He reigns alone, 
deemed me with His blood. Now I sing the praises Of the Son of God. 
triumph o - ver sin, For with Him as Captain, I am sure to win. 
shelter day and night. For His yoke is eas - y And His bur-den light. 




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The New Jerusalem, 



Ina Dulet Ogdon. 



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■ \ I am catching wondrous vi-sions of the New Je - ru - sa-lem, 
nil have dear ones in the cit - y of the New Je - ru - sa-lem, 

■ \ He will glad - ly own the faith- ful as they gather round His throne, 
o f I am list'ning to the an - gels as they call me to come home, 

* \ They are passing thro' the por-tals of the New Je - ru - sa-lem. 




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They are mingling with the rip- pie of the tide; 

And the shel - ter of my Sav - ior's riv- [Omit.] 

I shall join them, and my Sav - ior's love pro-claim; 

He willknow them. He will call them all [Omit.] 

And I hear a song of wel-come to the blest; 

They are pass - ing, they are pass -ing un- [Omit.] 



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Have Faith In God. 

Copyright, 1898, by Ceo. F. Rosohe. Used bj per. 



E. E. Hewitt. 
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1. "Have faith in Gotl,' the Sav-ior said: He saw the path that \vc must tread; 

2. Have faith hi Gotl, tlio' clouds a-rise And o-ver-spread the glowinp; skies; 

3. Have faith in God : a father's heart AVould to his child all good ini - part ; 

4. Plave faith in God: His word di- vine By day and nightshallbrightlv shine, 



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Tho'sunandstars grow dim and pall!, Ilishoundlcssloxi-sliall nev-er fail. 
Much more will He re - gard the pray 'r ( )f tliose who cast on Him their care. 
Un - til we pass the gates of life And faith shall yield to blissful sight. 



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O faith ! of cheer our hope. 



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No. 82. Having done All, to Stand. 



Miss. J. H. Johnston. 



Copyright, 1891, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



P. r. BiLHomr. 



1. Sol-dier of Christ, be steadfast! This is the '-e - vil day;" 

2. Pa-tient and true and faith-ful, Fac-ingthe dead - ly foe; 

3. This is no time to ques-tion, This is no time to yield; 



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Stand in the place ap-point -ed, March, when He bids you go.' 
Nev - er a soul should fal - ter, Bear - ing His sword and shield. 



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All through the pass - ing moments, On-ward to Ca-haan*s land; 
Keep in the ranks of Je - sus, Watching on ev - 'ry hand ; 



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This is the charge He gives you, "Having done all, to stand,'' 
Ban-ish all fear and doubt-ing, "Having done all, to stand." 
This is the chris-tian du - ty, "Having done all, to stand." 



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1. Some day our war-fare will be o'er, Some day weM reach heav'n's shining shore; 

2. Someday in garments pure and white, A-round the throne of radiant iig'lit, 

3. Some day-what joy to work and wait Till we shall reach heav'n's golden gate! 

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No more to toil, no more to roam.When God shall bring His children home. 
We'll hear our Father's word/'Well done! Come, dwell with me and rest at home." 
Earth's weeping o'er, earth's du-ties done, E - ter - nal life for us be -gun. 




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Well done!" When our last vic-to - ry is won. 
be- gun. When our last vic-to - ry is won. 



No. 84. I Can Safely Walk With Jesus. 



Ina Duley 


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safe - ly walk with Je-sus all the way; I shall share His glo-ry on a 
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No. 85. There is Power in the Blood. 



Copyright, 1S99, hy H. L Qilmour. Bj per. 



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2. Would you be free from your passion and pride,There's pow'r in the blood, 
8. Would you be whiter, much whiter than snow, There's pow'r in the blood, 
4. Would you do serv - ice for Je-sus your King.Tliere's pow'r in the blood, 

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pow'r in the blood; Come for a cleans-ing to Cal - va-ry's tide, 

pow'r in the blood; Sin stains are lost in its life - giv-ing flow, 

pow'r in the blood; Would you live dai - ly, Hisprais-es to sing, 

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No. 86. 



The Story Never Old. 



Ina Dolby Ogdon. 



P. P. BiLHORN. 



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1. They tell me that the sto-ry of my Sav-ior has grown old; It 

2. I feel my love crrow stronger as I near His riv - en side; It 

3. I'll tell the same dear sto-ry, that none oth-er can en-dure; It 

4. I'm waiting for the morning when a - gain my Lord will come. It 




nev-er will be 

nev-er will be 

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old to me. It grows more sweet and precious as a- 
old to me. I've found no friend like Je-sus, my Re- 
old to me. No ref-uge but my Sav-ior where my 
V old to me. His word is sure and faith-ful, I shall 




gain I hear it told; It nev-er will be old to me 

deem-er, cru -ci-fied; It nev-er will be old to me 

soul may rest se-cure: It nev-er will be old to me 

dwell with Him at home, It nev - er will grow old to me 



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Owned and controlled b; D. 



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1. Some one willknockatthesaints'brighthome, AndheartheLordsaying/'You 

2. Some one will hear the an - gel's song, And wish he could join with the 

3. Some one will stand with an ach-ing heart, AVhileJe-sus pro-nonn-ces the 

4. Some one will lin - ger with tearful eyes, While Christ and His pco-ple as- 

5. Some one will go in -to darkness drear, Far off from the Sav-ior and 

6. Some one w^ll en - terthedoor of hell, And hear the sad wail-ing no 

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can - not come;" With sad-ness he'll mourn o'er his sor - row-ful state; 

hap - py throng; With sigh-ing he'll mourn o'er his sor - row-ful state; 

word "de- part;" With groanings he'll mourn o'er his sor- row-ful state; 

cend the skies, With weep-ing he'll mourn o'er his sor- row-ful state; 

all that's dear; With an-guish he'll mourn o'er his sor- row-ful state; 

tongue can tell; With hor-ror he'll mourn o'er his sor - row-ful state; 



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1. There's a great day com-ing, A great day coming,There's a great day 



2. There's a bright day com-ing, A bright day coining,There's a bright day 
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com-ing by and by, But its bright-ness shall on- ly come to them that 
com-ing by and by, When the sin - ner shall hear his doom, "Depart,! 

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love the Lord, Are you read-y for that day to come 
know ye not," Are you read-y for that day to come 



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B. P. Maddox, 



Ferd Degbn. 

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1. I oft - en heard of Je - sus, That He is God's dear Son^ 

2. I oft - en heard the sto - ry Of Christ the miorht-y King; 

3. I oft - en heard that heav-en Is for the good and pnre; 

4. I nev - er knew that Je - sus Enthroned is ev - 'ry - where, 









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Of how He reigns in glo - ry, And how His an - gels sing. 

And that all they who en - ter His fa - vor must se - cure. 

And when we call Heliearsus, And is wher-e'er we are. 

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1. Life's pathway grows brighter, as onward I go, Since Je-sus spoke 

2. New songs I am singing from morning till night,Since Je - sus spoke 

3. My heart doth re-joice in the f uU-ness of love, Since Je - sus spoke 

4. A - bid-ing in Him I am hap - py and blest, Since Je -sus spoke 

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peace to my soul ; Rich grac-es are flow-ing, new pleasures I know, 

peace to my soul; He lead-eth me on with a heav-en - ly light, 

peace to my soul ; My spir-it communes with the Heav-en - ly Dove, 

peace to my soul ; I know with as - sur-ance in Him I can rest, 

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K. M. REASONEn. 



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1. I am wait-ing for the Mas-ter, Who will rise and bid me come 

2. Man-ya wea-ry parth I've traveled In the darkest storm and strife 

3. Man-y friends who traveled with nie- Reached that portal long a - go, 

4. Yes, their pil-grim-age was short-er, And their tri-umph soon-er won; 



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Bear-ing man-y a heav - y bur -den, 
One by one have left m»; bat-tiing 

Oh, how lov-ing - ly they'll greet me 



To the glad-ness of His home. 

Oft - en struggling for my life. 
With the dark and craft - y foe. 
When the toils of life are done! 



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The Savior of Sinners, 



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Mrs. W. J. Kennedy. 

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Copyright, 1900, by U. N. Lie 



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1. The S;iv- ior of sin-ners is call-iiig, Ye wea-ry ones. come unto ine; Like 
'2. O think that the blessing He offers. Was purchased with sorrow and woe; Ac- 

3. Howcanstthouresist Jesus' pleading. Ye wea-ry ones, come unto me; And 

4. O come, while thy Savior is call-iiig. This haven of rest enter in; His 



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balm on thy heart sweetly fall - int,', 'I'he rest that He gives uu-to thee, 

cept now the gift that He prof - lers, And now to the dear Sav-ior go. 

turning a-way, still un-heed - ing The of - fer of rest un - to thee, 

grace on-thy heart ev - er fall - ing Will heal all its sor-row and sin. 

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He's call - ing, call-ing now, He's call - ing, call - ing now, Ye 

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1. I have such a won - tier - ful Sav - ior To help me wlicr- 

2. He helps me o'er-come all temp -ta - tion, And makes me wiih 

3. He cheers me if I am in sor - row, He press - es me 

4. He heark-ens to hum-ble con - fess - inor, And ev - er His 









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ev - cr I rto, I have to keep tell-ing His good-ness. 

glad-ness o'er - flow; He brings me a bless-ed sal - va - timi 
close to His heart, And tells of that brighter to - mor-row, 
nier - cy doth show; He crown-cth my life with His bless- ing, 

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That I want ev-'ry-bod - y to know. 

Where troubles shal I never have 

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No. 94. The Light of His Throne. 



Jennie Wilson. 



Wm. F. Pakker. 



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1. Tho' our way may seem dreary be -fore us, And we shrink from its 

2. We shall learn that a - mid all the shad - ows There was One walking 

3. We shall know that His care was most ten - der When the heav - i - est 

4. In the light that is shin-ing f or - ev - er O'er the num-ber - less 



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tri - als un-known, We shall see that God dealt with us kind-ly, When we 

close by our side— One who lis-ti;ned in love to our pleading, Tho' the 

burdens we bore, And His hand, tho' un-seen, led us safe - ly Till we 

throngs of the blest, We shall see that, what-ev - er our path-way, In the 




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stand in the light of His throne. the wonderful light of His throne! 

answer we craved was de-nied. 
en-tered the heav-en - ly door, 
earth-life God's leading was best. bright jewe led th rone ! 

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sight will be clear When we stand in the light of His throne! 

glittering throne! 



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No. 95. Let In the Sunlight To=day. 



Chas. Goui.d Beede. 






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0-pen the window, swing wide the door, God of my spir-it, enter once more, 
0-pen the window, swing wide the door, .Te-sus is waiting, still as of yore, 
0-pen the window, swing wide the door, Breathe in the morning liovering o'er, 
0-pen the window, swing wide the door, God of my spirit, come and restore, 
0-pen the window, swing wide the door, Blessings unnumbered ever in store, 
0-pen the window.swing wide the door, Bring in the sunshine,darlfness is o'er, 



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Waiting with blessings, stay not thy hand. Let 
Pure as the !il - y, sweet as the rose, Let 
Light to the dark-ness, sun of my soul, Let 
Come with thy burdens un - to the Lord, Ijet 
Out of its sor - row gar-ner a song, Let 






in the sun-light to-day. 
in the sun-light to-day. 
in the sunlight to-daj'. 
in the sun-light to-day. 
in the sun-light to-day. 
in the sun-light to-day. 



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No. 96. 



Beautiful Homeland. 



Laura E. Newell 



Copyright, 1901, by Geo. B. Holsinger. GEO. B. HoLSlNQBK. b^, 




1. A cit - y a - wjiits us we soon shall be-bold, Whose walls are of 

2. The friends that we love who have gone on be-fore Now wait for our 

3. Oh, homeland! dear homeland, tho' eye hath not seen, And sometimes the 









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jas-per.whose streets are of g'old; Not half of its glo-ries have 
com-ing on yon- der bright shore, Where day nev- er fades, tears may 
shad-ow - y clouds in - ter - vene, Thy light we'll be-hold and thy 

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No. 97. 



By and By. 



Ina Dulet Ogdon 



P. P. BlLHORN. 



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1. When our joiir-ney shall be 

2. From the cleft in yon-der 

3. Will you meet with friends a ■ 






o'er, and we lay oui- burdens down 
Rock, flows a cleansinu-. liv - inift^treani, 
j^ainV will you hear your Sav-ior's voice 



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Will you come and share its full and free sup - ply? Will you 
Bid you wel-conie to His Father's home on high? Will you 



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saints are press- ing home, on the res- ur - rec-tion morn, Tell me, 
wear a snow - y robe on that fair and fade-less day. Shall we 
join the vie -tor's song, as it ech -oes round the throne, On that 






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meet in life e-ter-nal. by andby?>- 

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1. O tell me more of Christ, my Sav-ior; On t Ids glad theme 

2. O tell me more of love's sweet sto-rj-, If you would cheer 

3. O tell me more! Howwavesof sor- row Shall hear His voice 

4. O tell me more ! And I re - peat-ing The hap- pv news, 

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and com-fort me; How Je- sus wept, the King of glo - ry, 
say , "Peace, be still ;' ' How af - ter night, bright dawns the mor- row, 

shall spread the joy; Come, bless-ed Lord, Thy work com- plet-ing. 






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Those ten- der tears of sym-pa-thy. ir>* n™ , i a ut 

Tothosewho trust His bless-ed will. !>0 teUme more! SomuchI 

Till songs of praise our lips em- ploy 

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No. 99, Wonderful Savior of All, 



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1. Since 1 have tast -ed the joys of my Lor J, Since 1 o-beyed at the 

'2. I am so gflad that His mer-cy is free, Reaching, rechiimino-, poor 

3. I am so glad that the fa - vor He gives, Ev - er thro' time and e - 

4. Man -y the mansions His love will pie-pare, Man -y the dear ones a - 




call of His word, — I am so glad ev-'ry crea-ture may come, 
sin - ners like me;', Fall -en and lost ones, give heed to His voice, 
ter - ni - ty lives; All who will hear Him and trust in His might, 
wait-ing us there; Broth-er, the prom-ise He left you is true; 



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Je - sus can save you ; a - rise and re 
Those will He crown in His kingdom of 
Heav - en has ref - uge and wel-come for you ! 

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Angels, Sing On. 



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Come, wea-ry souls, for Je - sus bids yon come; And thro' the dark, its 
The voice of Je - sus sounds o'er land and sea; And la -den souls by 
Sing us sweet fragments of the songs a - bove; Till morning's joy shall 

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blessed strains are telling, Of that new life when sin shall be no more. 

ech-oes sweetly ring-ing, The mu - sic of the gos-pel leads us home. 

thousands meek-ly steal-ing. King Shepherd, turn their weary steps to Thee. 

end the night of weeping, And life's long shadows break in cloudless love. 



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1. Say. is your lamp burning,my brother? I pray you look quickly and see, 

2. Re-mem-ber how many a-round you Will fol-low wher-ev-er you go; 

3. There's many a lamp that is lighted. We see them from near and from far, 

4. But if they were trimmed night and moming.They'd never burn down, nor go out. 

5. If once all the lamps that are lighted Should steadily blaze in a line. 

6. How all the dark places would brighten! The mists would roll up and away! 







For if it were burning, then surely Some beams would fall brightly on me. 
The tho't that they walked in your shadow Wouid make your lamp brighter,! know. 
But few in their lustre and beau-ty Shine stead-i-ly on like a star. 
Tho' from the four quarters of heaven The winds were all blowing a-bout. 
Wide o-ver the land and the o - cean A gir - die of glo-ry would shine. 
The earth would laugh out in her gladness To hail the mil-len-ni - al day ! 




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Every Day and Hour. 



Fanny J. Crosbt. 

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1. Sav-ior, more than life to me, I am clinging, clinginpf close to Thee; 

2. Thro' this changing world Ije-lovv, Lead me gently, gently as I go; 

3. Let me love Thee more and more, Till this fleeting, fleeting life is o'er; 






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Trusting Thee, I can-not stray, I can nev - er, nev - er lose my way. 
Till my soul is lost in love, In a brighter, brighter world a-bove. 



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No. 104. 



Look Up. 



Perd Deoen. 

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1. When sliadows oppress thee, And gloomy tho'ts vex thee, Look up— they will 

2. Whenlone-ly and wea-ry, Life's outlook grown dreary. Lookup; it will 

3. Thy sky may be mist-ing, Thy hopes may be drift-ing, Yet dark clouds are 

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cheer thee, To think of thy home; Where doubts do not har-row,VVkere 
rift -ing, And light shin-ing thro'; The light of His glo - ry Who 


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bore thy grief for thee, And now watcheth o'er thee, A Friend ev - er true. 




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y. Oh, save and bless Thy peo-ple, Up-lift them ev - ev-more, 
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Be round us as the mountains In grandeur all sub-lime, 
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Oh, lead us thro' earth's 8hadows,And give us peace, sweet peace. 



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2. "Henceforth will I call you not servants; For the ser-vant, a- 

3. Oh, think, when the way seems so lone-ly, That sometime we 

4. Go forth then the good seed to scat-ter, ' Tis for - ev - er your 
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lone,maynot know Oft-en-times what his lord may be do - ing; 
shall see His face, And shall join with the ransom'd in glo - ry, 
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chosen you and have ordained you To show others My love and sweet rest." 
clouds shall e'er darken ourvision,Ande-ternal years never shall end. 
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No, Not One. 

Prom "Heaven's Echo," by per. of Geo. C. Hagg. 



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2. No friend like Him is so high and ho-h'-. No, 

3. There's not an hour that He is not near us, No, 

4. Did ever saint find this friend forsake Him? No, 

5. Was e'er a gift, Hke theSav-ior giv-en? No, 


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And yet no friend is so meek and low- ly. No, not one! no, not one! 

No night so dark but His love can cheer us. No, not one! no, not one! 

Or sinner find that He would not take Him? No, not one! no, not one! 

Will He re-fuse us ahomc in heav-en? No, not one! no, not one! 



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What Would Jesus Do? 



Ada Blenkhorn. 



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2. Is the cross that rests up - on you More than human strength can bear ■ 
8. When the strong and wi - ly tempt- er With ma - li - cious,cru - el art 
4. If the Mas - ter of the vine-yard Un - to you some day shall call, 
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And the bur- den of an - oth - er Are you ev - er called to share? 
In a weak, un-guard-ed mo-ment Hurls at you his cru - el dart. 
Will you read - y be and will-ing. Glad to sac - ri - fice your all? 
Let the pre-cious love of Je - sus Fill and o - ver-flow your heart. 

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To your God, yourself, your brother, If you would be kind and true, 
Look to God whose strength will keep you. He can ev - 'ry foe sub - due. 
Will you to His glo rious serv-ice Con - se - crate yourself a - new? 
If you'd fol- low in His foot-steps All the toilsome journey through. 



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!Nev-er fail to ask this question: What would Christ, the Savior, 
In temp - ta - tion ask this question : What would Christ, the Savior, 
When He call - eth. ask this question : What would Christ, the Savior, 
Let your life this ques-tion an-swer: What would Christ, the Savior, 
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Shall We Meet. 



H. L. Hastings. 

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1. Shall we meet beyond the riv- er, Where the surg -es cease to roll, 

2. Shall we meet in that blest harbor, When our storm-y voyage is o'er? 

3. Shall we meet invon-der cit-y, Where the tow'rs of crys-tal shine, 



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Sor-row ne'er shall press the soul? 
By the bright, ce - les - tial shore ? 
Built by workmanship di - vine? 



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Shall we listen to their voices. 
And behold them face to face? 



5 Shall we meet with Christ, our Savior, 
When He comes to claim His own? 
Shall we know His blessed favor, 
And sit down upon His throne? 



No. no. 1 Shall Hear Those Songs Again. 



Ina Dulet Ogdox. 



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1. Long a - go, in childhood's hap - py days, When I played be- 

2. Of the Babe ■who in the man - ger lay, Of the Man who 

3. Bless - ed songs that tell of Je - sus' love, How Recalls and 



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dear old songs she taught to me; Ott their mem - 'ry comes to soothe my 
Lamb who died, my soul to save. How He lives for aye, my ris -en 
draw - inof near - er, near - er home! I shal I hear those sil - ver harp-strings 



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Lord, And a - waits me in His home on high; Sweeter songs I 
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nev - er, nev - er heard, I a- gain shall hear them, by and by. 
hear my moth- er sing, I shall hear her sing tliose same sweet songs. 



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God Calling Yet. 



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1. God calling yet! shall I not hear? Earth's pleasures shall I still hold dear? 

2. God calling yet! shall I not rise? Can I His lov - ing voice despise, 

3. God calling yet ! and shall He knock. And I my heart the clos-er lock ? 

4. God calling yet! I can-not stay; My heart I yield without de - lay: 

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And base-ly His kind care re -pay? He calls me still; can I de-lay? 
He still is wait -ing to re- ceive. And shall I dare His Spir-it grieve? 
Vain world. farewell ! from thee I part; The voice of God hath reached my heart. 






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Jesus, the Way. 



Ina Ddlbt Ogdon. 

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1. When the voice of the Master is call - ing, And the gates of the 

2. Am I true to the trust that He gave me? Am I heed-ing my 

3. What a glo - ri - ous, won-der - f ul raorn-ing! What a gath - er - ing 



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kingdom un-fold; When the saints shall a-rise in His like-ness.And are 
Master's com-mandy To the soul fall-en low by the way - side, Am I 
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lend-ing a strengthening hand? Am I ev - er His mes-sage re- 
joy of the Master's ' 'Well done!" Then my heart shall o'er-flow in the 

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rap - ture, If one of the ransomed shall say, "You 




guided my footsteps to heaven. You told me of Je-sus, the Way.'^ 

tell-ing the glo-ries of Zi - on, And pointing to Je-sus, the Way? 

guided my footsteps to heav-en, You told me of Je-sus, the Way." 

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Heavenward, Traveler. 



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1. Rest not, trav'ler, on-ward has - ten 

2. Sleep not, trav'ler, on thy jour - ney, 

3. Cour - age, pilgrim, brave each dan - ger, 

4. Speed thee, trav'ler, do not lin - ger; 



In the nar - row way; 

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Safe in Jesus. 



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1. Safe within my ris - en Sav - ior I have found a sure re - treat; 

2. Once my soul was bowed in an-guish, Lost a-mid the tempter's snare; 

3. Je - sus res - cued me from dan- ger, Lit my path with ho - ly fire; 

4. Come,de-spair-ing, dy-ing pil-grim, Driv-en far by storms of sin, 



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Christ in me, my hope of glo - ry, Makes my peace and joy com-plete. 
Long I wandered on the mountains, Thirsted in the des- ert bare. 
At re-demp-tion's liv - ing fountain, Sat - is-fies my soul's de - sire. 
Seek this shelt'ring, sav- ing Ref -uge; Let your Sav - ior dwell with-in. 



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Love Supreme, 



p. V. Bilhorn. 



P. P. Bilhorn. 




1. Once I was a pil-trrim stranger. Out in dark-ness and in sin; 

2. - ver yon - der are bright mansions, Which we read of in (Jod's word, 

3. Is not this the home of ghj - ry. Where the saints are robed in white, 

4. Is not this the hmd of Beu - lih. Bless-ed home-land of the soul. 



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Je - sus came, that bless-ed Sav - ior. Called me back and took me in; 

Where the an - gels sing with gladness Round the heav'nly throne of God. 

Tell -ing o'er the same sweet sto - ry. In that land of pure de-lightV 

Where we'll sing a- loud the prais-es Of the Christ who made us whole? 
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Placed my feet with-in the path 

In that bright and shining cit 
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y Je-sus sits at God's right hand, 
sus. Where no sor - row en-ters in, 
ior, Hal - le - lu - jah! to His name; 




Now I praise the name of Je - sus. 

Call -ing you and me up yon -der, 

Where our names are ev - er writ - ten 

I will praise my dear Re- deem - er, 



And I sing His songs of love, 
To that sin - less, gold-en strand, 
In that Book all free from sin, 
I will spread His wondrous fame. 



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Call-ing you and me up j-on - der, 

Where our names are ev - er writ - tea 

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And I sing His songs of love. 
To that sin - less, gold-en strand. 
In that Book all free from sin. 
I will spread His wondrous fame. 

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No. ii6. Jesus of Nazareth Passeth By. 



Emma Campbell. 



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1. What means this eager, anxious throng, Which moves with busy haste along? These 

2. Who is this Jesus? Why should He The cit - y move so might-i - ly V A 

3. Je - sus ! 'tis He who once below Man's pathway trod, 'mid pain and woe; And 

4. Again He conies! from place to place His holy footprints we can trace, He 




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pass - ing stran-ger, has He skill To move the mul-ti-tude at will? 
burdened ones, wher-e'er He came, Bro't out their sick,and deaf, and lame, 
pans - eth at ourthreshold— nav, He en - ters — con-de-scends to stav. 



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A - gain the stir-ring tones reply :"Je-sus of Naz-a-reth passeth by.'' A - 
The blind rejoiced to hear the cry :"Je-sus of Naz-a-reth passeth by." The 
Shall we not glad-ly raise the cry:"Je-sus of Naz-a-reth passeth by?" Shall 






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blind re-joiced to hear the cry 

we not glad - ly raise the cry 



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''Je-sus of Naz-a-reth pass -eth by." 
"Je- sus of Naz-a-reth pass -eth by." 
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Here's pardon, comfort, rest, and home. 
Ye wanderers from a Father's face, | 
Return, accept His proffered grace. 1 

||:Ye tempted ones, there's refuge nigh; ; 
"Jesus of Nazareth nasseth by.":|| | 



6 But if you still this call refuse, 
And all His wondrous love abuse, 
Soon will He sadly from you turn, 
Your bitter prayer for pardon spurn. 

I' :"Too late! too late!'' will be the cry; 
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No. 117. Behold I Stand at the Door. 



E. L. Thompson. 



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suffered on Cal - va - ry in your place, let me come in to-day. 

pardon and peace from my home above, let ine come in to - day. 

not de-lay till it be too late, But let me come in to- day. 

give Thee myself,! can do no more, en-ter my heart to-day. 



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No. ii8. Because He Loves Me So. 



Jennie E. Husset. 



Pkrd Dbsen. 




1. Un- f ath-omed as 'lie deep - est sea, And lim - it - less as space, 

2. My Pi - lot will be with me here, Un - til my jour-ney's o'er; 

3. Tho' lightnings flash, and thunder crash, My heart is un - dis-mayed; 

4. Then whether east, or wheth- er west, Tiie winds of heav - en blow. 

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And to my heart He speaks good cheer, When an- gry bil - lows roar. 
Tho' round my bark the bil -lows dash, Yet I am not a - fraid: 
Which-ev-er way He guides is best, My heart doth sure - ly know. 

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His wis - dom and His knowledge too. Have depths I can - not know; 

Tho' clouds may cov - er all the sky, And rag - ing winds may blow, 

For when my Pi - lot speaks, "Be still, " The tides shall not o'er - flow; 

I can- not drift be-yond His care, Whe'r-e'er my bark may go; 



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But I shall reach His ha - ven true, Be 

Pll safe - ly an - chor by and by, Be 

And peace and joy my spir - it fill. Be 

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cause He loves me so. 

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Christ is Coming. 



p. p. BlLHORN. 




1. Christ is com-ing, and all na-tions shall be- hold Him; Ev-'ry knee shall 

2. Christ is com-ing, not as once, — a man of sor-row, — But as King of 

3. Christ is com-ing, oh, what rap- tu re to be-holdHim! Robed in splendor 

4. Christ is com-ing, oh, my peo-ple are you rea - dy? Can you meet the 

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bow and call Him Lord and King ;Ev'ry tongue shall then confess Of His 
earth and heav-en He shall reign ; War and strife and greed shall cease. 0-ver 

and in glo-ry He shall be; Dark-est night shall flee a -pace At the 
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love and righteousness ; He is com-ing, all His ransomed home to bring. 

all the earth be peace, He is com-ing, Christ the Lamb for sinner slain, 
brightness of His face, Hal -le - lu-jah! He is com-ing soon for me. 

aw-fulword,"Be-gone!"He is com-ing in His glo-ry and His might. 




Christ is com - ing, Christ is com - ing, And His righteousness and 
Christ is com-ing, Christ is com-ing. 




glo-ry we shall see; He is coming soon to wel-comeyouandme. 

we shall see ; 




No. I20. Tell Me the Story of Jesus. 



Adam Cbaig. 



P. P. BlLHORN. 



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1. O tell me the sto - ry of Je - sus, The sweetest that ev-er was told, 

2. tell me the sto-ry of Je - sus, The dear, loving Sav-ior of men, 

3. tell me the sto-ry of Je - sus, That sto-ry of love so sub - lime, 









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How He took in His arms little children, And led them as lambs to His fold. 
How He healed all the sick and the dying, And soothed those in sorrow and pain; 
How He died on the cross to save sinners, And rescue this poor soul of aiine. 




That sto-ry of Je-sus my Sav - ior, So lov-ing. so gen-tle, so mild. 
He lived and He talked with the lowly. And lessons of love did un - fold; 
O won-der-ful,won-der-ful sto - ry, Redemption for young and for old; 



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When He said, "Those who enter the kingdom Must come like a dear little child.'' 
I want to tell oth-ers that sto - ry- The sweetest that ever was told. 
tell all the world the sweet story — The sweetest that ever was told. 



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No. 121. Lo! I am With You Alway. 



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When with your sins in con - flict, When in the storm of strife. 

Ev - er in dark temp-ta - tion, I [Omit ] 

When in your wel-come cho - rus Voi - ces of an - gels chime; 

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No. 122. 



Why Tarry Longer? 



R. H. Washburn, 



P. P. BiLHORN. 



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long - er re - fuse of - fered mer - cy ? 

Christ there is per - feet re-demp-tion 

come while He's wait - ing to bles • you, 

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1. Have yon burdens hard to bear? 

2. Have you doubts and tears vsrith-in? 
0. Have you dear ones aore-ly vexed ? 

4. All a-round the hun-gry lay; 

5. Say not, this a des -ert place; 

6. Are you filled with un - be - lief? 

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Bring them hith - er 
Bring them hith - er 
Bring them hith - er 
Bring them hith-er 
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Have you loved ones you would win? Bring them hith-er 
With their wand'rings oft perplexed? Bring them hith-er 
Do not bid them go a - way; Bring them hith-er 
When you lack suf - fi - cient grace, Bring them hith-er 
Why should thousands die in grief ? Bring them hith-er 

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Bring your sor - row, sin. and care. Bring them hith-er to Je - sus. 

Have you loved ones you would win? Bring them hither to Je - sus. 

With their wand'rings oft perplexed? Bring them hith-er to Je - sus. 

Do not bid them go a- way; Bring them hith-er to Je - sus. 

When you lack suf - fi-cient grace. Bring them hith-er to Je - sus. 

Why should tliousands die in grief ? Bring them hith-er to Je - sus. 




No. 124. 



A Work for Me. 



Ina Dulet Ogdon. 



Ferd Degbn. 

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1. "When His bless-ed mission end - ed in that wondrous long n - go, 

2. I am glad He left a message ''tell the sto - ry o'er and o'er," 

3. I am glad that I am bidden with my gold - en sheaves to come, 

4. my grateful heart o'erfloweth with a joy -ful song of praise, 




am glad my Sav - ior left 

am glad my Sav - ior left 

am glad my Sav - ior left 

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glad that I may gar - ner for a heav'n-ly harvest home, I 

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p. p. BiLHORN. 



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1. In the land of wondrous beau-ty. Where the saved with Christ shall dwell, 

2. 'Tis a land where all the ransomed Shall be free fromev-'ry care; 

3. In that land we shall be like Him, And shall know as we are known, 

4. To this land we all are wel-come, Not one soul need stay a - way; 



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Serv-ice there will be no du - ty, Joy 'twill be His praise to tell. 

Sin and sor - row ne'er can en - ter; Christ, our Sav-ior, reignetlr there. 

There with all our loved ones singing.While He reigns up-on His throne. 

Je - sua Christ hath paid the ran-som, All who will may come to-day. 



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Will you reach the land of beau - ty. There to dwell with Christ on high ' 









Will you join in hal - le - lu - jahs, In that land be-yond the sky? 



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Face to Face. 



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2. On - ly faint- ly now I see Him,With the dark-ning veil be-tween, 

3. What re-joic-ing in His pres-ence, When are banished grief and pain; 

4. Face to face! oh, bliss-'ful mo-ment!Face to face — to see and know; 



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But a bless-ed day is com -iiig,When His glo - ry shall be seen. 
When the crooked ways are straightened,And the dark things shall be plain. 

Face to face with my Re-deem - er, Je - sus Christ who loves me so. 



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2. Whither art thou drit'tinorV Time ebbs swift a - way; Soon the dimming 

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With its fad - ing light ? Whither cast thy an - chor For the coming night ? 
Trust His mighty hand; He will be thy Pi - lot To the bet- ter land. 



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No. 128. Vn Count My Blessings. 



Copyright, 1901, hjT.B. BUhorn. 



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2. I thank Him for un-clouded skies — For love be - yond my ken- 

3. I go to meet an- oth-er]^|y' With faith no doubt can dim, 

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Then when my path in shad-ow lies, The sun- shine comes a - gain. 
God reign-eth, and I will not fear, But trust mv way with Him. 




have I loved Him as I should, For all His 
I thank Him for the hopes ful-fiU'd — For ev - 'ry 
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I'll count my ma- ny blessings — I will count them o'er and o'e.r- 
\iS)A,-r II count ' my blessings, boun-ti - ful and free — 

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I'll tell my Fa- ther's goodness — I will love Him more, 

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Jesus Will Help You. 




1. The Sav-ior is call-ing you, sin-ner — Urg-ing you now to draw nigh : 

2. Thro' Him there is life in be-liev-ing; Sin-ner, O why will you die? 

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"sus will help if you try. 
e*feus will help if you try. 



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Wo. 130. The Best Friend is Jesus. 

Copyright, 1896, by P. P. Bilhom. 



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1. Oh, the best friend to have is Je - sus, When the cares of life up-on you 

2. What a friend I have found in Je - sus ! Peace and comfort to my soul He 

3. Tho' I pass thro' the night of sorrow, And the chilly waves of Jor-dan 

4. When at last to our home we gath-er, With the lored ones who have gone be- 

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brings; Lean- ing on His might-y arm, I will fear no ill nor harm; 

roll, Nev - er need I shrink nor fear, For my Sav - ior is so near ; 

fore, We will sing up-on the shore, Praising Him for-ev - er more; 



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No. 131. 



Doing His Will. 

Copyright, 1898, by H L Giimnur. R\- pir 



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1, Just to trust in the Lord, just to lean on His word, Just to feel I am 

2. When my way darkest seems, when are blighted my dreams, Just to feel that the 
a. Then my heart will be light, then my path will be brightjf I've Je-sus for 







His ev-'ry day; Just to walk by His side with His Spirit to guide. Just to 
Lord knoweth best; Just to yield to Hia will, just to trust and be still, Just to 
my dearest friend; Counting all loss but gain, such a friend to obtain, True and 



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Copyright, 1895, by I. H. Meredith 



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Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 



Copjright tranafered 1891, 



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1. "Where will you spend e - ter - ni - ty? This question comes to you and nie ! 

2. Ma - n\' are choosing Christ to - day. Turning from all their sins a - way ; 
3 Leav - ing the strait and nar-row way, Go - ing tlie downward road to - daj', 
4. Re - pent, be-lieve, this ver - y hour, Trust in the Sav-ior 's grace and pow 'r, 



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No. 134. 



Oh, to be Like Thee! 



T. O. Chsibxhoui. 



Copyright, by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. Used by per. 

Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 




1. Oh, to be like Thee! blessed Re-deem- er, This is my con-stant 

2. Oh, to be like Thee! full of corn-pas - sion, Lov-ing, for- giv - ing, 

3. Oh, to be like Thee! low- ly in spir - it, Ho - ly and harm-less, 

4. Oh, to be like Thee! Lord, I am com - ing, Now to re-ceive th' a - 

5. Oh. to he like Thee! while I am plead - ing, Pour out Thy Spir - it. 




long-ing and pray'r; Glad-ly I'll for - feit all of earth's treas- 
ten - der and kind; Help-ing the help- less, cheer-ing the faint - 
pa - tieiit and brave; Meek-ly en - dar - ing cru - el re - proach 
nointinff di - vine; All that I am and have I am bring - 
fill with Thy love; Make me a tem - pie meet for Thy dwell ■ 
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Seek-ing the wand'ring sin-ner to find. 
Willing to suf - fer, oth-ers to save. 
Lord, from this mo - ment all shall be Thine. 

Fit me for life and heav-en a - bove. 



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Ina DtJi.EY Oqdon 



I Will Follow Him. 

Wordfl and Mu'^iij 
Copyright. IftOl. by P. P. Bilhorn. 




1. i see it now; it all is plain. Why Je-sus bore the scorn and pain; 

2. And since I see the wondrous phiu To res -cue lost and ru-ined man, 

3. I see Histen-der, riv-en side; 1 see the free-ly flow-ing tide; 

4. thorn -y crown, O cru -el tree, How great the sac - ri - fice for me! 

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I take His lov-ing,wound-ed hand, And rise to fol-low Him. 

I feel the cleansing wave ap- plied, As now 1 fol-low Him. 

ris - en Lord of Cal - va - ry! I'll fol-low on - ly Thee. 



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Just as I Am. 

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1 Just as I am, without one plea, 
But that Thy blood was shed for me, 
And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee, 

O Lamb of God. I come! I come! 

2 Just as I am.j tho' tossed about 
With many a conflict, many a doubt. 
Fightings within, and fears without, 

O Lamb of God, I come! I come! 



3 Just as I am — poor, wretched, blind, 
Sight, riches, healing of the mind, 
Yea. all I need, in Thee to find, 

Lamb of God, I come! I come! 

4 Just as I am, Thou wilt receive. 
Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; 
Because Thy promise I believe, 

i Lamb of God, I come! I come! 



No. 136. Glory to God, Hallelujah! 

Copjrigbt, 1893, b7 Wm. J. Earkpatrick. ITaed b; per. 

Fanny J. Cbosbt. Wm. J. Kibkpatrick. 



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1. We are nev-er, nev-er wea-ry of the grand old song; Glo-ry to God, 

2. We are lost a- mid the rapture of re-deem-ing love; Glo-ry to God, 

3. We are go-ing to a pal-ace that is built of gold; Glo-ry to God, 

4. There we'll shout redeeming mercy in a glad, new song; Glo-ry to God, 



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hal-le - lu - jah! We are ris-ing on its pin-ions to the hills a - bove: 
hal-Ie - lu - jah! Where the King in all His splendor we shall soon behold; 
hal-le - lu - jah! There we'll sing the praise of Jesus with the blood-washed throng; 



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1. In theroy-al ar-my, fighting for the right, Serving for Je-ho- vah, 

2. Many foes to conquer, ere the day be done, p]re the cry of tri-umph 

3. See the ranks of darkness, back ward as they fall. Never more to ral- ly, 

4. Hasten onward, brother, triumph - ver sin, Ev-'ry e-vil van-quish, 

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tells of vie- fry won; Clad in gos-pel ar - mor, Satan's hosts pursue; 

ru - in o- ver all; See Je-ho-vah's ar - my, re - in-forced a-neisr; 

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2. Like dew on the drooping blossom,The"still,small voice" of love ; It 

3. Let Je - sus, the mighty Sav- ior, Your in-most will con - trol; Come, 

4. The Spir-it is gen- tly pleading, O sin- ner, heed His voice! Come 



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of-fers the"greatsal-va-tion,"A place in the kingdom a- bove. 
trust-ing His in - vi - ta - tion. And peace,like a riv - er, shall roll, 
hum-bly to Calv'ry's fountain. In Je- sus your heart shall re- joice. 



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1. Praise the Lord, who made the skj', Sun and moon to rule on high; 

2. Praise the Lord,who wakes the flow'rs,Makes the earth Uke Eden bow'rs, 

3. Praise the Lord, whose gen- tie care Breathes around us ev -' ry-whcre; 

4. Praise the Lord — not lips a - lone — Let our lives His goodness own, 



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these blooming sum-mer hours; Praise, O praise the Lord. 

Him like the lil - ies fair; Praise, O praise the Lord. 

we stand be - fore the throne ; Praise, O praise the Lord. 



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Ina Dulbt Osdon. 



Seek Him Now. 



Febd Desen. 

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1. At the Cross on Calvary's mountain, where the ris-en Sav-ior died, 

2. Seek j-e first the Father's kingdom, do not fal - ter nor de-lay, 

3. "Come,ye wea - ry, heav - y la - den. " He hath bid-den thee to come. 
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Where He bore the shame and anguish, thorn-y crown, and riv-en side; 

Ye who ear - ly seek shall find Him, He will turn thee not a- way; 

Come, ye poor, des-pised, for-sak - en, in the Father's house is room; 



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Lo! He g iv-eth free sal- va-tion in the healing. cleansing tide. He hath 
He hath promised life e- ter- nal. and He call-eth thee to-day. He hath 
re-pent-ant.hungry brother, He a - wait-eth thee at home. He hath 




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bidden ev'ry creature seek Him now. a - rise and seek Him 

bidden ev'ry creature seek Him now. 

bidden ev'ry creature seek Him now. arise and seek Him now,and seek Him 




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now,and seek Him now, a-rise and seek Him now,and seek Him now; 

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Parting Song. 



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1. God will sweetly care for thee, Guard thee day by day, In His love will 

2. Danger need not frighten thee, By thy side He'll stand; He'll sustain and 

3. Flow'rs of grace He'll spread for thee.O'er thy pathway bright; Angel songs will 

4. Thro' a glad e - ter - ni - ty, Still a Friend so true; Still our all in 
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shelt - er thee, When I'm gone a - way. 
strengthen thee, Hold thy trembling hand. . _, „ ,, 

com- fort thee, In thy dark - est night, j" Fare thee well.we'll meet again, 
all He'll be, In the life a - new. 



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No. 142. 



Send the Light. 



Copyright, 1890-1894, by Geo. P. Roaoh*. 



Chas. H. Gabbiel. By per. 

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1. There's a call comes ringing o'er the restless wave, "Send the light ! 

2. We have heard the Mac-e-do-nian call to-day, "Send the light! 

3. Let us pray that grace may ev'rywhere abound; Send the light, 

4. Let us notgrowwea-ry in the work of love; Send the light, 




Send the hght!" 
Send the light!" 
Send the light ! 
Send the light ! 






There are souls to res-cue,there are souls to save, 
And a gold- en off 'ring at the cross we lay. 
And a Christ-like spir-it ev-'ry-where be found, 
Let us gath-er jew- els for a crown a - bove, 

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from shore to shore ! Let it shine for ev - er-more. 



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Copyright, 1899, by Jones & Bioalhurat. By per. of T. K. Jo 



Geo. p. Morris. 




1. This book is all that's left me now! Tears will un-bid-den start; 

2. Ah! well do I re-mem-ber those Whose names these records bear, 

3. My fa- ther read this ho- ly book To broth- ers, sis- ters dear; 

4. Thou tru - est friend man ev - er knew, Thy con - stan-cy I've tried; 

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With fal-t'ring lip and throbbing brow, I press it to my heart; 
Who round the hearthstone used to close Aft - er the ev-'ning pray'r, 
How calm was my dear moth-er's look. Who leaned, (lOd's word to hear; 
When all were false, I've found thee true, My coun-sel- or and guide. 



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For man -y gen - er - a -tionspast, Here is our fam - 'ly tree; 
And speak of what these pag - es said. In tones my heart would thrill ! 
Her an -gel face, I see it yet! What thronging mem'ries come! 
The mines of earth no treas-ure give That could this vol - ume buy; 



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My mother's hands this bi - ble clasped; She. dy - ing, gave it 
Tho' they are with the si - lent dead, Here yre they liv - ing 



they liv - ing still. 
A - gain that lit -tie group is met With-in the hails of home. 
In teach-ing me the way to live, It taught me how to die. 

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Ada Blenkhorn. 



Ferd Deoen. 

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1. Make way for the King! He is com-ing In heav-en-Iy splendor arrayed, 

2. Make way for the King! He is com-ing,Make way for the Lord in your heart; 

3. Make way for the K ing ! Let your armor Be gleam-ing, and burnished with pray'r; 

4. Make way for the King! He iscom-ing, Go out on the highway and street, 

5. Make way for the King! He iscom-ing, The ho - ly, the pow-er-ful One, 






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Ye Christians who love His appearing, Keep watching and be not dismayed. 
All en -vy.and malice. and ha-tred, O bid it f or-ev - er de-part. 
Beneath the bright folds of His banner Your love and devotion de-clare. 
And res-cue the careless and sin-f ul, The maimed and the poor whom you meet. 
The earth shall be filled with His glory, In brightness transcending the sun. 




One day in the fast-nearing fu- ture, As the days and the years roll by. 
Let love reign supreme in your spir-it, Your en - e-mies free-ly for-give; 
With ar-dor and zeal un - a - ba - ted, By word and by ac-tion pro-claim 
Go gath-er the sheep and the lambkins Who per-ish from hunger and cold, 
Re-joice and be glad, all ye peo-ple, Let earth with your ju-bi-lees ring, 



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The eyes of all nations shall see Him In glo - ry descend from the sky. 
In righteousness, peace and submission, Make haste for His coming to live. 
This truth to the peo-ple a-round you, That Je -sus is com-ing a -gain. 
The King will rejoice when He cometh To find them all safe in His fold. 
With songs and hosannas receive Him, And crown Him your Savior and King. 

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Blessed Holy Spirit. 



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1. Wondrous gii't, of God to earth, Bless -ed Ho-ly Spir - it, 

2. Hear my cry, Thou Light di-vine. Lead me to the Sav - ior; 

3. Be my wis - dom, thro' me speak, Give me strength andpow -er; 

4. Teach me right-eous- ness with -in. Thou who art so ho - ly. 



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Fanny J. Crosby. 



To God be the Glory. 

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No. 148. Trusting and Rejoicing. 



INA DULET OgDON 



Fbrd Beobn. 

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legions may surround me, I am trusting in my Lord,and cannot fail. 

weak and heavy la - den, '' For His "yoke is eas- y and His burden light.'' 

clouds of heav'n descending,! shall hear Him call His faithful servants home, 

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My soul was dis - trest, With its sor-row oppressed, Till Je - sus my 
I walk in the light Of His pres-ence so bright, His love makes my 
And there ev - er - more I'll my Sav - ior a - dore, Give praise to His 

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Sav - ior I found, But now He's my theme, While His word keeps me clean, 
beav - en be - low, I'll sing of His grace Till I see His dear face, 
pow - er di - vine, I'll fall at His feet And the sto - ry re - peat, 

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The Gospel Invitation. 



H. N. Ltncoi.i 



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1 . We are told of the feast and the wedding, "Which the King had prepared in His home, 

2. Christjtoday, spreads a banquet of mercy, And His servants invite to His home; 

3. Sliorlit no longer the kind in-vi - ta- tion, And the message of mercy we bring; 

4. Still the Spir-it so ten-der-ly woos you, And the Bride,f ull of love,echoes,"Come;'" 



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When the few that were bidden had spurned it, Man-y more were invited to come. 
Sinner.all now is read- y and waiting.On the highways of sin cease to roam 
O ac-cept now the bounty of Je - sus, A nd sit down at the feet of thy King. 

Him that heareth and wiil,who-so-ev - er, Lethimcome to the heavenly home. 



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Redemption. 

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2. He came from tlie throne of His glo - ry, And left the bright 

3. O come to this won-der-ful Sav - ior, Come, wea - ry and 

4. There's no^ oth - er ref - uge but Je - sus, No shel - ter where 

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man-sions a - bove, The world to re-deem from its bondage; So 
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Fear Thou Not. 



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2. Sav - ior, I am weak and sin- ful, And I dare not take the cross, 

3. Sav - ior, if I , come and fol - low. Some will mock, and some de- ride ; 

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I will fol -low where Thou leadest,Tru(*t- ing in Thy love di- 

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2. Since I am saved by the Cru-ci-fied One, What wilt Thou have me to do ? 

3. Pardon is granted thro' Him who hath died. What wilt Thou have me to do ? 

4. Read-y and willing Thy voice to o-bey, What wilt Thou have me to do? 



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I would point others to God's on-ly Son, What wilt Thou have me to do? 

I am so hap-py with Thee at my side, What wilt Thou have me to do? 
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1. In the har-vest field there is work tb do. For the grain is ripe, 

2. Crowd the garner well, with its sheaves all bright. Let the song be glad, 

3. In the gleaners' path may be rich re- ward, Tho' the time seems long, 

4. Lo! the Harvest Home in the realms a - bove Shall be gained bj' each 

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and the reap-ers few; And the Master's voice bids the workers true 
and the heart be light; Fill the precious hours, ere the shades of night 
and the la - bor hard; For the Master's joy, with His chosen shared, 
who has toiled and strove, When the Master's voice, in its tones of love, 

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He has called me His, and my faith is strong I shall some day with Him reign. 
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The World for Christ. 



Ina Dulky Ogdon. 



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2. Ev - er on - ward we move, and His precious life and love In - to 

3. Let us speed with the Light ere the fall-ing of the night, Ere the 

4. We shall all rest at home, where no e-vil pow'r may come, Where is 

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earth's drearest lands we will bear; His mer - cy and grace for a 
bright, gold-en har - vest is past; He shall call, not in vain, we will 
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name, it is for all. And for Christ all the world we will win. 
dy - ing, ru - ined race, Ev - 'ry crea - ture and na - tion shall share. 
gar - ner in the grain, A 11 His own shall be shel-tered at last, 
bless-ed word "Well done;" All shall rest, safe at home, by and by. 

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The Voice of Peace. 



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Hark! a-gain that voice, so ten - der Calms my troubled breast; "Come 
Hark! that voice of blest as -sur - ance Comes a - gain to me, "In 

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1. Bless-ed is he that en- dur- eth,Who f aith-f ul-ly keepeth his way, 

2. Bless-ed is he that en- dur- eth, Re- sist- ing temptation and wrong ; 

3. Bless-ed is he that en- dur- eth, To him shall be giv- en a crown; 



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Je-sus will ev- er-more aid him, He shall in his weakness be strong. 
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He hath led us safe - ly thro', Shall He lead to - day? 

Then He part - ed ev' -ry wave— So He will to-day. 

God hath trav- eled ev'-ry foot. Shall He lead to-day? 

We can safe - ly trust the Lord, He shall lead to - day. 



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No. i6o. The Cross That He Gave. 



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1. The cross thatHe gave may be heavy, But it ne'er ont-weighs His grace; 

2. The thorDS in my path are not sharper Than com-posed His crown for me, 

3. The light of His love shi-neth brighter, As it falls on paths of woe; 

4. His will I have joy in fulfilling. As I'm walk-ing in His sight ; 



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The cup that I drink not more bit-ter Than He drank in Gethsemane. 
The toil of my work groweth lighter, As I stoop to raise the low. 
My all to the blood I am bringing. It a - lone can keep me right. 



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Will you not trust Him as Sav - ior to - day ? Trust Him to - day ? 
O - pen your heart's door and bidHim come in, Bid Him come in, 
Comenow to Je -sus, for why will you die? Why will you die? 

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trust Him to-day? He will drive sor- row and sigh-ing a -way, 

bid Him come in; He hath re-deemed you, He'll cleanse you from sin, 

why will you die? WhileHe in mer - cy is com-ing so nigh. 



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By and By. 

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2. There are crowns that we shall win 

3. There are dear ones we shall meet 



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oil Thou a-noint-est my head; Oh, what shall I ask of Thy 
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Com-fort - er near. No harm can be-fall, with my Com-fort-er near, 
prov - i-dence more? Oh, what shall I ask of Thy prov-i-dence more, 
king-dom of love. Thro' the land of their so-journ, Thy kingdom of love. 

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2. Praise HLs' name for- ev - er, He will fail us nev - er. Naught our 

3. Hear, tlie joy - bells ring - ing, See the foun-tain springing, Bloom and 



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glad-ness bring-ing In the des - ert place; Dai - ly will He guide us, 

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Grace Abounding. 



Copyright, 1893, by W. S. Nickh 



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Up ! a - way ! help tell the sto - ry Of this grace-a-bound-ing glo-rj', 
Up ! a - way ! the time re cleem-ing ;Noontide light e'en now is beaming, 

Grace-a-bound-ing, on - ward go-ing, Just for sin - ners o - ver-flow-ing ; 

All thro'grace are robes made whiter Than the snow,an(i crowns are brighter ; 
Up ! a- way !help tell the sto - ry Of this grace-a-bound-ing glo-ry, 

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They who long have slept,are waking,Na-tions from sin's thralldom breaking. 
Woo - ing, cleansing, ev - er heal-ing, Love of lieav 'n to hearts re-veal-ing. 
That are God 's beloved a-dorn-ing,Than the bright-est star of morning. 
Soft - ly speak of Calv 'ry's mountain,Shout be-side the cleansing fountain. 



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Copyright, isas, 



P. P. Bilhorn. 



P. P. Bilhorn. 



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1. I can sing the wondrous sto - ry, Since the Com - fort-er is mine; 

2. Now I claim a full sal - va - tion, Since the Com - fort-er is mine; 

3. All my task and toil is light -er, Since the Com - fort-er is mine; 

4. All the clouds have sil-ver Im - ing, Since the Com - fort-er is mine; 
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Jus - ti - fied from con-dem-na-tion, Thro' His grace and pow'r di-vine. 
And the way keeps growing brighter, Walking in the light di-vine. 
And His love, the storm out-shin-ing, Bears me on to realms sub-lime. 

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The Lord is Good. 



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1. The Lord is good, and full of grace. . . . 

2. The Ijord is good, is good to all, 

3. The Lord is good; shall we not sing,. . . . 

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No. 169. 



C. W. Von Crater. 



Why Longer Wait? 

Copyright, 1891, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



P. P. Bilhorn. 



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2. Does He not of - fer me E - ter - nal lib - er - ty, 

3. Has not the world ere this Taught me its van - i - ties, 

4. Is not the way made clear? Why long - er doubt and fear 

5. Loved ones have gone be - fore, Wait - ing on Ca-naan's shore, 

6. Lord, I no long - er wait, Let not mj^ wav- 'ring faith 



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Sometime, Somewhere. 

Copyright, 18»4, by Charlie D. Tillman. 



1. Un-an-swered yet? The pray'r your lips have plead-ed In ag - o 

2. Un-an-swered yet? tho' when j^ou first pre - sent - ed This one pe- 

3. Un-an-swered yet? Nay, do not say un - grant -ed; Per-haps your 

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part is not yet who 1-ly done. The work bega'n when first your pray'r was 
firm - ly plan t^ed on the Rock; A- mid the wildest storms she stands un- 



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ask-ing. So ur-gent was your heart to make it known. Tho'years have 
ut-tered, And God will fin - ish what He has be -gun. If you will 
daunt-ed, Nor quails be-fore the loud-est thun-der-shock. She knows Om- 



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Father hath not heard your pray 'r; You shall have your desire,sometime,some- 

pass' d since then, do not de-spair; The Lord will answer j^ou, sometime,some- 

keep the incense burning there, His glo - ry you shall see, sometime,some- 

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No. 171. Is it Well with Your Soul? 



Copyright, 189i, bj P. P. Bilhorn. 



P. P. BiLHOBNi 




1. Is it well with your soul to - day, brotlier? With your 

2. If the sum - mous of deatli should fall, brother? Should 

3. If you still will re - fuse His love to choose, His 
4.There'sa prom - isc of life for you, brother, For 



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fall, should fall to - day? 

love, His love to you, 

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Are your sins all for-given of 

Are you read - y to meet at the 

He may nev - er re - peat that 

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lamb of God, He will wash all your sins a - way. 

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No. 172. Jesus IS Tenderly Pleading. 



Copyright, 1894, by Mri. 0. E. Leslie, By permisiion. 



E. Leslie. 




1. Je-sus is ten - der - ly plead-iiig, Pleading with you to-day, 

2. Je-sus is ten-der-ly plcad-iug, Pleading in ac- cents sweet, 

3. Je-sus is ten-der-ly plead-ing, Why Avill you ling'ring wait? 
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Plead-ing for peace and for par - don, There at the mer - cy 
Glo-rics im-mor-tal a - wait you, Glo-ries with-in tlic 
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On the Cross. 






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His precious blood, On the cross, yes, on 
Him lift - ed up. On the cross, yes, on 
the bit- ter cujj, On the cross, yes, on 
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cred head and dies, On the cross, yes, on 



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To heav'n He turns His languid eyes," 'Tis finish'd," now the Conq'ror cries. 



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On the cross, yes, on the cross ; 

The battle's fought, the victory's won, 
On the cross, yes, on the cross. 



The rocks do rend, the mountains quake 
While Jesus doth atonement make; 

While Jesus suffers for your sake, 
On the cross, yes, on the cross. 



No. 174. 



John H. Yates. 



Faith is the Victory. 

Copyright, 1891, by The Blglow & Main Co. Used by per. 



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1. En-camped a- long the hills of light, Ye Chris-tian sol-diers, rise, 

2. His ban-ner o - ver us is love, Our sword the word of God; 

3. On ev - 'ry hand the foe we find Drawn up in dread ar - ray; 



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We tread the road the saints a-bo^'e With shouts of triumph trod; 
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Sal - va-tion's hel - met on each head, With truth all girt a - bout, 

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The faith by which they conquered Death Is still our shin - ing shield. 
The earth shall tremble'neath our tread, And ech - o with our shout. 



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No. 175. Beautiful Beams of Sun-'sliine. 

Copyright, 1895, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



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Bright-'ning the path-way to glo - ry, Com-ing to earth for me. 

Down from tlie throne of His mer - cy, Pard-'ningour sin - ful ways. 

Giv- hig rich bless-ings and com - fort, Glad-ly Hispraise we sing. 




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Beau - ti - ful beams, beau-ti - fulbeanis,Beau-ti- ful beams, 

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Copyright, 1898, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



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1. Where- SO- e'er Thou lea deth, O-ver vale and hill, Sav-ior, we would 

2. Thou, our souls' dear Shepherd,E'er must be our Guide Thro' life's lone-ly 

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From Thy fold of love ; Guide us, gen- tie Sa v- ior, To our home a - bove. 
Lord,Thy lov'd command,Till we reach Thy pastures In the heav'nly land. 



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Copyright, 1867, by Robert Lowry. 



Robert Lowry. By per. 




1. Come, we that love the Lord, And let our joj's 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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fore we reach the heav'n-ly fields, Be- fore we reach the hcav'n-ly fields, 

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

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No. 178. 



My Mother's Bible. 



M. B. Williams. 
Duet. 



C. D. Tillman. 



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1 . There's a dear and precious book,Tlio' it's worn and fad- ed now, Which re- 

2. There she read of Je- sus' love, As He blest the children dear,How He 

3. Well those davs arepast and gone,But their mem'ry lin-gers still. And the 

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dear old Book each day has been mj^ guide; And I seek to do His will, 



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Then she dried my flowing tear With her kisses as she said it was for me. 
As my mother taught me then, And ev - er in my heart His words a-bide. 




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J. H. GiLMORE. 

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1. He lead-eth me: O bless-edtho'tlO words with heav'uly comfort fraught! 

2. Sometimes 'mid scenes of deepest gloom, Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, 

3. Lord, I would clasp Thy hand in mine, Nor ev - er mur - mur or re-pine ; 

4. And when my task on earth is done, When bj^ Thy grace the victory's won, 






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-Still, 'tis God's hand that leadeth me. 
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Since God thro' Jor- dan leadeth me. 



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Copyright, 1889, by P. P. Bilhorn. 



Alfred Beirlt. 




1. If aught of thjMife should be savored with sor-row, Or part of thy 

2. Should ev- er the weight of a sad tho't perplex thee, Or wak-en a" 

3. Go gath-er the sunshine and scat-ter it sweet-lv; Where needed as- 




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chord that sounds harsh to thine ear. Then whis- per a pray'r, for thy 

sist-ance is ev - er made known, Be one of the few who in 



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bet- ter to - mor-row,"When the sun shall break forth in the splendor of noon . 

Sav-i or will hear thee; And mark the sweet chime in the fall of a tear. 

life's course completely Are lost to themselves, but their Savior enthrone. 

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Let Vs Work. 

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When we do our ver - y best ; 
In the way of do - ing well, 
To our Master's ho - ly cause, 
Al - so free from love of sin. 



1. We can nev- er fail with Je - sus, 

2. If we let our feet grow wea-ry, 

3. Nothing can re- veal af-fec-tion 

4. So with hearts a-glow with ar - dor, 

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And the loss no tongue can tell. 
To His wordjHis work, His laws. 
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No. 183. 



f Want to Go There. 



Oopyrighi, 1899, by Charlie D. Tillo 
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2. Its gates are all pearl, its streets are all gold, I want to go 

3. When the old ship of Zi-on shall make her last trip, I want to be 

4. When Je - sus is crowned thelCingof all kings, I want to be 




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The Lamb is the light of that cit - y we're told, 

With heads all un-cov-ered to greet the old ship, 

With shout-ing and clap - ping till all heav-en rings. 



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I want to go there, don't you? Death robs us all here, there 

I want to be there, don't you? When all the ship's com -pany 

I want to be there, don't you? Hal - le - lu-jah!we'll shout a- 

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say good-bye, I want to go there, don't you? 

in our hands, I want to be there, don't you? 

a7id A -men, I want to be there, don't you? 

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Mrs. Annie S. Hawks. 



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2. I need Thee ev'ry hour,Stay Thou near by ;Temptations lose there pow'r 

3. I need Thee ev'ry hour,Teach me Thy will ; And Thy rich promises 

4. I need Thee ev'ry hour,Most Ho - ly One; O make me Thine indeed, 



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No. 184. 



To the Battle! 



Mies Ada Blenkhorn. 



4, by J' . P. Bilhorn. 



E. M. Hbbndon. 



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To the bat-tie! 

To the batr-tle! 

To the bat-tie! 



to the bat-tie ! See, the foe is waiting nigh ! 

to the bat-tie ! Hear the trumpet's shrilly blast ! 

to the bat-tie! Hot-ter, fierc-er grows the fight! 

to the bat-tie ! See, the foe be-fore us flies ! 

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This is not the time to fal - ter. Fear and doubt behind us cast. 
While the foe is closely pressing,Nerve our arms to deeds of might; 
Let our vic-t'ry-song like in-cense Rise to heav'n as day-light dies ! 



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Buck - le on our Cliristian ar-mor, Firm - \y grasp our trust-y SA'iord, 
He who is in bat - tie mighty Is our Lead-er in tlie fray ; 
May a ho-ly psalm of Da-vid Rise with our tri-umph-ant songs; 



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Let oiu- bat- tie - cry ring loud-ly,"Vic - to - ry thro' Christ,the Lord !' 
Thro' our all - vie - to-rious Ca^Dtain We will sure-ly win the Any. 
While the an-gels join us praising Him to whom all praise be-longs. 

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Jesus is nine! 



Mrs. Cathabink J. Bonar. 



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2. Tempt not my sovil a -way, Je-sus 

3. Fare-well, ye dreams of night, Je-sus 

4. Fare-well, mor-tal - i - tv, Je - sus 

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mine! All that mv soul has tried 


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ter - ni - tv, Je - sus is 


mine ! Wel-come, loved and blest, 




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Je - sus is mine ! 

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Earth has no rest-ing place, Je - sus alone can bless. 
Born but for one brief da3^,Pass from my heart away 
Left but a dis - mal void, Je - sus has sat-is-fied, 
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Sowing 5eedj 



Josephine Pollard. 
Arr. by P. P. 



R. M. Trttmble. 
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1. Out in the highway wher-ev-er we go, Seed we must gath-er, and 

2. Out of each moment some good we obtain, Something to win-now and 

3. Gath-er- ing seed we must scatter as well ; God will watch o - ver the 



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scat-ter a- gain; All that we lis- ten to, all that we read. All that we 
place where it fell; On-ly the gain of the harvest is ours, Shall we plant 

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Jesus Paid it All. 



Mrs. Elvina M. Hall. 



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2. Lord, now in- deed I find 

3. For noth - ing good have I 

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Thy strength in- deed is small ; 

Thy pow'r, and Thine a - lone. 

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My ran-somed soul shall rise, 

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Can change the lep- er's spots, And melt the heart of stone. 
I'll wash my garment white In the blood of Calv'ry's Lamb. 
Then "Je - sus paid it all" Shall rend the vault-ed skies. 
I'll lay my trophies down. All down at Je - sus' feet. 



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We March to Victory. 



G. MoULTKIE, 



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Qiory to Jesus. 



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thro' joy or sor- row. Sunshine or tempest, sweet peace or de-spair. 
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No. 190. 



Praise Ye Jehovah. 



Copyright, 19iX), by Wm. Kirkpatrick. Usea by per. 
J. H. E.— Flora Kibkland. Ait. from Gounod, by" J. H. K 

Full Chorus. Maestoso. 




Praise ye Je-ho - vah,0 praise the Lord who reigns above,Praise ye Je- 
Glo - ry and hon - or to God our heavenly Fa - ther,Fraiseand a- 

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dove Him loho reigns inmight and, majesty. Tell of His goodness proclaim His 




Lord who reigns above,Praise ye Jc-ho - vah,the Ruler great,the God of love. 
name to ev - 'n/ land, ' Till all the nations ahallown Him King for evermore. 




Praise be to God, Let the chorus loud-ly swell, Let ev'ry A-oice sing His 
O praise to God, sing praise. 

Sing and give pi'aise to the Lordthe King of kings. For He is good. He is 
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Praise Ye Jehovah! 



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cv-'iy joy and blessing, Lift the voice in a glad, triumphant shout,Ile- 
host en-camp a-gainst thee, For His pow^r and His love overshadow thee. Sing 

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all victorious, Praise ye,praise the Father,for the gift of His only Son; 
our salvation! Glo-ry and hon~or un -to God our Sun and Shield! 




Praise Him for His wond'rous works. Let the glad triumphant anthem ring,Laud and 
lift joyous songs of praise,Praise for all His loving kindnesses. Give to 

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No. 192, 



Prohibition Battle Cry. 



Ada Blenkhoen— Fannt J. Ckosby 




1. For-ward we go joy-ful-ly to the con-flict, Peal-ing forth the 

2. On- ward we go, driv-ing the foe be- fore us, In the long-con- 

3. On- ward ! still on ! un - til the glad day cometh, When the dead-ly . 

1. Praise ye the Lord! joy-ful- ly shoiU ho - san-na! Praisethe Lordicith 

2. Praise ye the Lord! He is the King e - ter-nal! Glo-ry be to 

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bat- tie ciy. Forward w^e go, trusting the Lord to help us, On His 
test-ed fray. Brave hearts and true never will faint or fal- ter, Vic-t'ry 
strife shall cease. When from the earth rolleth the dark'ning shadows, And there 
glad ac-c laim ; Lift up your hearts xmto His throne with gladness -Mag-ni- 
God on high! Praise ye the Lord,tell of His lov-ing kindness,-Jointhe 

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Meet-ing the foe ev - er with courage strong, 
winning aay oy aay; Still pressing on un- der our ban-ner bright, 
comes the time of peace. Then o'er the world gladness and joy shall reign, 
fy His ho - ly name. Marching a-long un-der His ban-ner bright, 
chd-rus of the sky. Stillmarching 07i, cheer- i - ly marching on, 

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Hold-ing up the temp 'ranee han-ner high, (hold-ing it 
Till our col - ors wave o'er ev - 'ry land, (o'er ev - 'ry 
And the hearts that bled will shout and sing, (joy-ful-ly 
Trust-ing in His mer - cy 
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No. 193. 


Prohibition Battle Cry. 

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ourmieht ev - er we'll strike for the right, Uu-til the 

we'll rest till from the East to the West Soundeth the 

di-vine ev - er up - on us will shine, And we will 

di-vine ten-der-ly o'er iis will shine; We shall he 

our rest, joy-ful-ly home, where the blest Gath-er and 


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glad, the wetcome cry: "Vict'ry for - ev - er!" ^ Joy-ful-ly on we go, 
praise our conqu'ring King now .-Hid for - ev - cr. 

guid-ed by His hand now and for- ev - er. 
I the Savior^ s name praise Hirafor -ev - er. 



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with our temp'rance banner o'er us, Joy - ful - ly on wo go, driv- ing 

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O Turn Ye. 

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glo - ry on high? Or waft you to man-sions of glo - ry on high, 
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A lion. 



Remember Me. 

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2. My soul He doth re - store a-gain; And me to walk doth make 

3. Yea, tho' I walk in death's dark vale, Yet will I fear no ill; 

4. My ta - ble Thou hast fur-nish-ed In pres-ence of my foes; 

5. Good-ness and mercy all my life Shall sure -ly f^l - low me; 




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No. 196. Where Will You Spend Eternity? 



Rkv. E. a. Hoffman 



MALK VOICES. 

1891, hy P. P. nil 



J. H. Tenn-EY. 




1 . Wliere will you spend e - ter - iii - ty? This question comes to you and nie ! 

2. Man - y are choosiiitf Christ to day, Turninor from all their sins a - way; 
'.i. Tieavinsr the strait and nar-row way, Go-in» the downward road to - day, 
4. Sin - ner, believe, this ver - y hour, Trust in the Savior's grace and pow'r. 



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Tell nie what will your an-swer lie ? Where will you spend e - ter - ni-ty ? 

Heav"n shall their hap-py por-tion be, Where will you spend e- ter -ni-ty? 

Sad will their fi - nal end-ing be, Lost thro' a long e - ter - ni-ty! 

Then will your joy-ous an-swer be. Saved thro' a long e - ter - ni-ty! 







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E-ter -ni-ty! e - ter - ni - ty ! Where will you spend e - ter - ni-ty? 

E-ter - ni- ty ! e-ter -ni-ty! Where will you spend e-ter -ni-ty? 

E-ter - ni- ty ! e-ter -ni-ty! Lost thro' a long e-ter -ni-ty! 

E-ter -ni-tv! e-ter -ni-ty! Saved thro' a long e-ter -ni-ty! 



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No Tears In Yonder Home. 



.T. H. Rntwisle. 



Isaac Baker Woodbury. 



1. No tears in yon-der home.There, all se- rene and bright, Sor-row and 

2. Blest home beyond death's sea, What sa-cred pleasures there! There, on the 

3. Je - sua, my all in all, Keep me till life is past; Tho' shadows 



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pain are o'er. Sickness and death -no more; No tears, no tears, but peace and light. 

gold-en street. Kindred and friends to greet; Blest home.blest home,so brightand fair! 

round me f all , No darkness can a p-pal I ; No fears, no fears within Thy fold. 

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No. <97. GENERAL SUBJECTS. 

Pardon. Power. 



Leader. Let the wicked forsake 
his way, and the unrighteous man his 
thoughts: and let him return unto 
the Lord, and he will have mercy 
upon him; and to our God, for he 
will abundantly pardon.— /sa. 55:7. 

Kespo7is€. I have blotted out, as a 
thick cloud, thy transgressions, and, 
as a cloud, thy sins: return unto me; 
for I have redeemed thee.— /sa.^^.-^i'. 

All. Christ hath redeemed us from 
the curse of the law, being made a 
curse for us: for it is written, Cursed 
is every one that hangeth on a tree. 
—Gal. j:ij. 

Nos. of Song-s:-49. 169, 233, 237. 

Peace. 

Leader. Peace I leave witli you, 
my peace I give unto you; not as the 
world giveth, give I unto you. Let 
not your heart be troubled, neither 
let it be afraid.^-yo/zw 14:27. 

Response. Therefore being justi- 
fied by faith, we have i^eace with God 
through our Lord Jesus Christ. — 
Roj7i. j:t. 

L. And the peace of God, M'hich 
passeth all understanding, shall 
keep your hearts and minds through 
Christ Jesus. —Phil. 4:7. 

A'. For God is not l/ie author of 
confusion, but of peace, as in all 
churches of the saints. ~ L C or. 14:33. 

All. JSTow the God of peace be with 
you all. Amen. — Rom. iS-'33- 

Nos. of Songrs:— 11. 47, 58, 74, 90, 157. 

Purity. 

L.eader. But the wisdom that is 
from above is first pure, then peace- 
able, gentle, a«6? easy to be entreated, 
full of mercy and good fruits, with- 
out partiality, and without hypocrisy. 
—James 3:17. 

All. Finally, brethern, whatsoever 
things are true, whatsoever things 
are honest, whatsoever things are 
just, whatsoever things are pure, 
whatsoever things are lovely, what- 
soever things are of good report; if 
there he any virtue, and if there be 
anv praise, think on these things. — 
Phil. 4:8. 



Leader. And, behold, I send the 
promise of my Father upon you: but 
tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, 
until ye be endued with power from 
on high.— Z//^^ ^^-Y^- 

Response. But ye shall receive 
power, after that the Holy Ghost is 
come upon you: and ye shall be wit- 
nesses unto me both in Jerusalem, 
and in all Judea, and in Samaria, 
and unto the uttermost part of the 
earth.— /4r/5 i:S. 

All. And with great power gave 
the apostles witness of the resurrec- 
tion of the Lord Jesus: and gi^eat. 
grace was upon them all. — Acts 4:33. 

Nos. of Pongs:- 85, 98, 159, 210. 

Praise. 

Leader. liaise ye the Lord. Sing 
unto the Lord a new song, and his 
praise in the congregation of saints. 
—Ps. J4>ri. 

Response. Praise ye fche Lord. 
Praise God in his sanctuary: praise 
him in the firmament of his power. 

L. Praise him with the sound of 
the trumpet: praise him with the 
psaltery and harp. 

R. Praise him upon the loud eytn 
bals: praise him upon the liigli 
sounding cymbals. 

All. Let every thing that hath 
breath praise the Lord. Praise ye 
the Lord —Ps. 150:1, 3, j, 6. 

Nos. of Song-s:— 3, 9. 18. 21. 23. 36. 43. 

Promise. 

Leader. Whereby are given unt;* 
us exceeding great and precious 
promises; that by these ye might be 
] partakers of the devine nature, hav- 
ing escaped the corruption that is in 
the world through lust. — //. Peter 
1:4. 

Response. For all the promises of 
God in him are yea, and in him 
Amen, unto the glory of God by us. 
— //. Cor. 1:20. 

All. Having therefore * these 
promises, dearly beloved, let us 
cleanse ourselves from all filthiness 
of the flesh and spirit, perfecting 
holiness in the fear of God. — //. Ccr 
7:1. 



Nos. of Songs:-158, 210, 213, 214. 



Nos. of Songs;— 3. 33. 34. 64, 75. 76. 



No. J98 



PRAYER. 



R^e»aci!ng. 



Prevailing Prayer. 

Moses ^^^^'■- -^^^ ^* came to pass, 
• when Moses held up his hand, 
that Israel prevailed: and when he 
let down his hand, Amalek prevailed. 
Beg. But Moses' hands were heavy ; 
and they took a stone, and put it un- 
der him, and he sat thereon; and 
Aaron and Hur stayed up his hands, 
the one on the one side, and the other 
on the other side ; and his hands were 
steady until the going down of the 
sun.— ^.c. 17:11. 12. 

AK^oV.o», L. And Abraham drew 

Abraham. ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^.^^^ ^.^^ 

thou also destroy the righteous with 
the wicked? 

R. That be far from thee to do af- 
ter this manner, to slay the righteous 
with the wicked ; and that the right- 
eous should be as the wicked, that be 
far from thee : Shall not the judge of 
all the earth do vighfi— Gen. 18:23, 25. 
Jacob ^' "^ Jacob was alone ; 
' and there wrestled a man 
with him until the breaking of the 
day. 

R. And he said, Let me go, for the 
day breaketh. And he said, I vnll 
not let thee go, except thou bless me. 

L. And he said, Thy name shall be 
called no more Jacob, but Israel: for 
as a prince hast thou power with God 
and with men, and hast prevailed. — 
Oen. 32:24-. ^6. 28. 

Eliiah Elias was a man subject 

' * tolikepassionsas weare, and 
he prayed earnestly that it might not 
rain : and it rained not on the earth 
for the space of three years and six 
months. 

L. And he prayed again, and the 

heaven gave rain, and the earth 

brought forth her ivuit.—Jas 5:17 ,18. 

Nah<>mioh R- C) Lord, I beseech 
wenemian. ^^^^^ j^^ ^^^ ^j^.^^ ^^^ 

be attentive to the prayer of thy ser- 
vant, and to the prayer of thy ser- 
vants, who desire to fear thy name : 
and prosper, I pray thee, thy servant 
this day, and grant him mercy in the 
sight of this man. For I was the 
king's cupbearer. 

L And Esther spake yet 
again before the king, and 
fell down at his feet, and besought 



Esther. 



David. 



Daniel 



Jonah. 



Mm with tears to put away the mis- 
cliief of Haman the Agagite, and his 
device that he had devised against 
the Jews. 

R. The the king held out the gold- 
en sceptre toward Esther. So Esther 
arose and stood before the king. — Es- 
tlter 8:3, 4. 

L. I sought the Lord, and 
he heard me. and delivered 
me from all my fears. 

R. This poor man cried, and the 
Lord heard him, and saved him out 
of all his troubles.— P.v. 3/f:>f, 0. 

L. And when Daniel knew 
that the writing was signed, 
he went into his house; (nov/ his 
windows were open in his chamber 
toward Jerusalem ; ) and he kneeled 
upon his knees three times a day. and 
prayed, and gave thanks before his 
God, as he did aforetime. — Dan. 6:10 
R. Then Jonah prayed unto 
the Lord his God out of the 
fish's belly. 

L. I went down to the bottoms of 
the mountains; the earth with her 
bars was about me for ever: yet hast 
thou bi ought up my life from cori'up- 
tion, O Lord my God..— Jonah 2:1, G. 
i^^cKc ^- -^^d he went a little 
jesus. farther, and fell on his face, 
and prayed, saying, O my Father, if 
it be possible, let this cup pass from 
me : nevertheless, not as I will, but as 
thou wilt.— ilfa^ S6:S9 

L. And there appeared an angel 
unto him from heaven, strengthen- 
ing him. — Ltike 22:43. 
DisciDles ^- ^^^ yfi^en they had 
*^ • prayed, the place was 
shaken where they were assembled 
together; and they were all filled 
with the Holy Ghost, and they spake 
the word of God with boldness. — 
Acts 4:31. 

The Church. ^- Peter therefore 
was kept m prison : but 
prayer was made without ceasing 
of the church unto God for him. — 
Acts 12:5. 

All. And the Spirit and the bride 
say, Come. And let him that hear- 
eth say. Come. And let him that is 
athirst come. And whosoever will, 
let him take the water of life freely. 
—Rev. 22:17. 



He teaches us to pray. 
Repeat in concert the Lord's Prayer. (See Matt. 6:6-13.) 

These numbers indicate songs in this book suited to the above Readings: 
1, 58, no, 180, 210, 211, 229, 2;:50, 241. 



ResponslwO' Oifc>le> Reading. 

No. J99. THE COMING OF THE LORD. 



Prophecies of His Coming. 

Leader. And to wait for his Son 
from heaven, whom he raised from 
the dead, even Jesus, which delivered 
us from the wratli to come. — /. Thes. 
I :io. 

Response. Which also said, Ye 
men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing 
up into heaven? this same Jesus, 
which is taken up from you into 
heaven, shall so come in like manner 
as ye have seen him go into heaven. 
— Acts i:ii. 

All. He which testifieth these 
things saith, Surely I come quickly: 
Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus. 
— Rev. 22:20. 



That Blessed Hope. 

Leader. Looking for that blessed 
hope, and the glorious appearing of 
the great God and our Saviour Jesus 
Christ. 

Response. These things speak, 
and exhort, and rebuke with all 
authority. Let no man despise thee. 
— Titus 2:13, /jr. 

L. When Christ, tuho is our life, 
shall appear, then shall ye also ap- 
pear with him in glory. — Col. 3:4. 

R. Behold, what manner of love 
the Father hath bestowed upon us, 
that we should be called the sons of 
God: therefore the world knoweth 
us not, because it knew him not. 

L. Beloved, now are we the sons 
of God, and it doth not yet appear 
what we shall be: but we know that, 
when he shall appear, we shall be 
like him; for we shall see him as he 
is. — /. John J .■/, 2. 

All. And every man that hath 
this hope in him purifieth himself, 
even as he is pure. — /. John 3:3. 

He Himself. 

Leader. For the Lord himself 
shall descend from heaven with a 
shout, with the voice of the arch- 
angel, and with the trump of God: 
and the dead in Christ shall rise first: 



Resfo7ise. Then we which are 
alive atid renfain 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. 

L. Wherefore comfort one an- 
other with these words. — /. Thes. 4: 
16-18. 

R. Let not your heart be 
troubled: ye believe in God, believe 
also in me. 

L. In my Father's house are many 
mansions: if it vuere not .so, I would 
have told you. I go to prepare a 
place for you. 

.-III. And if I go and prepare a 
place for you, I will come again, and 
receive you unto myself; that where 
I am, there ye may be also.— /o/^w 
I4-1-3' 

The Body Raised. 

Leader. But some man will say, 
How are the dead raised up? and 
v/ith what body do they come? 

Response. Thou fool, that which 
thou sowest is not quickened, except 
it die. 

Z. All flesh is not the same flesh: 
but there is one ki^id of flesh of men, 
another flesh of beasts, another of 
fishes, and another of birds. 

R. There are also celestial bodies, 
and bodies terrestrial: but the glory 
of the celestial is one, and the glory 
of the terrestrial is another. 

L. So also is the resurrection of 
the dead. It is sown in corruption, 
it is raised in incorruption. 

R. It is sown in dishonour, it is 
raised in glory: it is sown in weak- 
ness, it is raised in power. 

Z. It is sown a natural body, it is 
raised a spiritual body. There is a 
natural body, and there is a spiritual 
body. 

Z. The first man is of the earth, 
earthy: the second man is the Lord 
from heaven. 

All. And as we have borne the 
image of the earthy, we shall also 
bear the image of the heavenly. — 
/. Cor. 15:33, 36,39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 47, 49- 



^^"These numbers indicate songs suited for the above Readings: — 72, 

317. 328. 



97. 110. 112. 119. 144. 



f^esponslvre Bilble Reading* 

No. 200. FOLLOWING JESUS. 



L The Shepherd Leads. 

Leader. Verily, verily, I say unto 
you, He that entereth not by the door 
into the sheepfold, but climbeth up 
some other way, the same is a thief 
and a robber. 

Eesjjonse. But he that entereth in 
by the door is the shepherd of the 
sheep. 

L. To him the porter openeth ; and 
the sheep hear his voice : and he call- 
eth his own sheep by name, and 
leadeth them out. 

R. And when he putteth forth his 
own sheep, he goeth before them, and 
the sheep follow him: for they know 
his voice. 

L. And a stranger will they not 
follow, but will flee from him; for 
they know not the voice of strangers. 

R. This parable spake Jesus unto 
them ; but they understood not what 
things they were which he spake un- 
to them. 

L. Then said Jesus unto them 
again, verily, verily, I say unto you, 
I am the door of the sheep. 

R. All that ever came before me 
are thieves and robbers: but the 
sheep did not hear them. 

L. lam the door: by me if any 
man enter in, he shall be saved, and 
shall go in and out, and find pasture. 

All. The thief cometh not, but for 
to steal, and to kill and to destroy, 
I am come that they might have life, 
and that they might have it more 
abundantly. — John 10:1-10. 

IL The blessedness of following:. 

Leader. And he saith unto them. 
Follow me, and I will make you 
fishers of men. 

Response. And they straightway 
left their nets and followed him. 

L. And going on from thence, he 
saw other two brethren. James the 
son of Zebedee and John his brother, 
in a ship with Zebedee their father, 
mending their nets; and he called 
them. 

R. And they immediately left 
the ship and their father, and fol- 
lowed him. — Matt. A:19-22. 



L. And a certain scribe came, and 
said unto him. Master, I will follow 
thee whithersoever thou goest. 

R. And Jesus said unto him, the 
foxes have holes, and the birds of the 
air have nests; but the Son of man 
hath not where to lay his head. 

L. And another of his disciples 
said unto him, Lord, suffer me first 
to go and bury my father. 

R. But Jesus said unto him. Fol- 
low me and let the dead bury their 
dead.— Jlfa«. 8:19-82. 

L. And as Jesus passed forth 
from thence, he saw a man, named 
Matthew, sitting at the receipt of 
custom ; and he saith unto him. Fol- 
low me. And he arose, and followed 
him.— il/a«. 9:9. 

R. Then Jesus said unto his dis- 
ciples, If any man will come after 
me, let him deny himself, and take 
up his cross, and follow me. 

L. For whosoever will save his 
life shall lose it ; and whosoever will 
lose his life for my sake shall find it. 

All. For what is a man profited, 
if he shall gain the whole world, and 
lose his own soul? or what shall a 
man give in exchange for his soul? — 
Matt. 16:24-86. 

IIL The Great Provider. 

Leader. The Lord is my shepherd, 
I shall not want. 

Response. He maketh me lie down 
in green pastures: he leadeth me be- 
side the still waters. 

L. He restoreth my soul: he lead- 
eth me in the paths of righteousness 
for his name's sake. 

R. Yea, though I walk through 
the valley of the shadow of death, 
I will fear no evil : for thou art with 
me ; thy rod and thy staff they com- 
fort me. 

L. Thou preparest a table before 
me in the presence of mine enemies : 
thou annointest my head with oil ; 
my cup runneth over. 

All. Surely goodness and mercy 
shall follow me all the days of my 
life : and I will dwell in the house 
of the Lord for ever.— Ps. 83:1-6. 



ipl^These numbers indicate songs in this book suited to the above Readings: 
23, 26. 33. 45. 49 53. 64, 84^ 103, 121, 146, 176. 



Re>sponsl\/e» Bifc>le» Reaching. 

No. 201. SOWING SEED. 

I. Sowing and Reaping. 

Leader. Give, and it shall be given unto yon ; good measure, pressed down, 
and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For 
with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you 
again. — Luke 6:3S. 

Response. Be not deceived ; God is not mocked : for whatsoever a man 
soweth, that shall he also reap. 

AU. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but 
he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. — Gal. 6: 
7 and 8. 

L. And he spake unto them many things in parables, saying, Behold, a 
sower went forth to sow ; 

R. And when he sowed, some seeds fell by the way side, and the fowls 
came and devoured them up : 

L. Some fell upon stony places, where they had not much earth : and 
forthwith they sprung up, because they had no deepness of earth : 

R. And when the sun was up, they were scorched ; and because they had 
no root, they withered away. 

L. And some fell among thorns ; and the thorns sprung up, and choked 
them: 

All. But other fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit, some a hun- 
dredfold, some sixtyfold, some thirtyfold. — Matt. 13:3-8. 



II. Sowing to the Spirit. 

Z. In the morning sew thy seed' 
and in the evening withhold not thine 
hand : for thou knowest not whether 
shall prosper, either this or that, or 
whether they both shall be alike good. 
—Eccl. 11:6. 

R. Sow to yourselves in righteous- 
ness, reap in mercy; break up your 
fallow ground : for it is time to seek 
the Lord, till he come and rain right- 
eousness upon you. — Hos. 10:13. 

L. Lay not up for yourselves treas- 
ures upon earth, where moth and rust 
doth corrupt, and where thieves break 
through and steal : 

R But lay up for yourselves treas- 
ures in heaven, where neither moth 
nor rust doth corrupt, and where 
thieves do not break through nor steal 
All. For where your treasure is there 
will your heart be dim.— Mat. 6:19-21. 

IV. God Giveth the Increase. 

L. I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase. 

R So then neither is he that planteth anything, neither he that watereth ; 
but God that giveth the increase. 

L. Now he that planteth and he that watereth j.re one : and every man 
shall receive his own reward according to his own labour. — 1 Cor 3:6-8. 

All. Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in 
mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will 
not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there 
shall not be room enough to receive it. — Mai. 3-10. 



III. Sowing to the Flesh. 

L. But this I say. He which soweth 
sparingly shall reap also sparingly; 
and he that soweth bountifully shall 
reap also bountifully. — ij Cor. 9:6. 

R. A false witness that speaketh 
lies, and he that soweth discord among 
brethren.— Pror. 6:19. 

L. They have sown wheat, but 
shall reap thorns : they have put 
themselves to pain, but shall not pro- 
fit : and they shall be ashamed of yon r 
revenues because of the fierce anger 
of the Lord.— Jer.if.-i.?. 

All. Ye have sown much and bring 
in little; ye eat, but ye have not 
enough; ye drink, but ye are not 
filled with drink ; ye clothe you, but 
there is none warm ; and he that 
earneth wages, eameth wages to put 
it into a bag with holes. — Hag. 1:6. 



These numbers indicate songs in this book suited to the above Readings: 
5. 70. n2, 181, 186. 235. 239. 246. 



Responsiv© Bible F^eading. 



No. 202. WORD 

It Gives Life. 

Leader. Verily, verily, I say unto 
you, he that believeth on me hath 
everlasting life. 

Response. I am the living bread 
which came down from heaven: if 
any man eat of this bread, he shall 
live for ever: and the bread that I 
will give is my flesh, which I will 
give for the life of the world. 

L. Whoso eateth my flesh, and 
drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; 
and I will raise him up at the last 
day. 

Ji. This is that bread which came 
down from heaven: not as your 
fathers did eat manna, and are dead: 
he that eateth of this bread shall 
live for ever.— /oA« 6.77, 5/, 5^, j<?. 

L. And I give unto them eternal 
life; and they shall never perish, 
neither shall any man pluck them 
out of my hand.— /o/%« 10:28. 

All. Verily, verily, I say unto you. 
He that heareth my word, and be- 
lieveth on him that sent me, hath 
everlasting life, and shall not come 
into condemnation; but is passed 
from death unto life.— /'''^" J-'-^-^- 

It Is Everlasting Life. 

Leader. In the beginning was the 
Word, and the Word was with God, 
and the Word was God. 

Response. The same was in the 
beginning with God. 

L. All things were made by him; 
and without him was not any thing 
made that was made.— /o^w /.•>-j' 

R. Being born again, not of cor- 
ruptible seed, but of incorruptible, 
by the word of God, which liveth 
and abideth for ever. 

Z. For all flesh is as grass, and 
all the glory of man as the flower of 
grass. The grass withereth, and 
the flower thereof falleth away: 

All. But the word of the Lord en- 
dureth for ever. And this is the 
word which by the gospel is preached 
unto you. — /. Peter 1:23-2^. 

It Is Powerful. 

Leader. For the word of God is 
quick, and powerful, and sharper 
than any twoedged sword, piercing 



OF GOD. 

even to the dividing asunder of soul 
and spirit, and of the joints and mar- 
row, and is a discerner of the 
thoughts and intents of the heart.— 
ILeb. 4:12. 

Response. And take the helmet 
of salvation, and the sword of the 
Spirit, which is the word of God:— 
Eph. 6.V7. 

L. It is the Spirit that quiek- 
eneth; the flesh profiteth nothing: 
the words that I speak unto you. 
they are spirit, and they are life. — 
Jolin 6:6j. 

All. For the weapons of our war- 
fare are not carnal, but mighty 
through God to the pulling down of 
strong holds; — //. Cor. 10:4. 

Expresses His Purpose. 

Leader. God, who at sundry 
times and in divers manners spake 
in time past unto the fathers by the 
prophets. 

Response. Hath in these last days 
spoken unto us by his Son, whom he 
hath appointed heir of all things, by 
whom also he made the worlds; 

L. Who being the brightness of 
his glory, and the express image of 
his person, and upholding all things 
by the word of his power, when he 
had by himself purged cur sins, sat 
down on the right hand of the 
Majesty on high; — LLeb. 1:1-3. 

R. For he spake, and it was done; 
he commanded, and it stood fast. — 
Ps.33-9- 

L. And God said, Let there be 
light; and there was light. 

R. And God said. Let the waters 
under the heaven be gathered to- 
gether unto one place, and let the 
dry land appear: and it was so. 

L. And God said. Let the earth 
bring forth grass, the herb yielding 
seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit 
after his kind, whose seed zs in itself, 
upon the earth: and it was so. 

All. And God said. Let the waters 
bring forth abundantly the moving 
creature that hath life, and fowl that 
may fly above the earth in the open 
firmament of heaven. — Gen. 1:3, g. 



Je^-These numbers indicate songs suited to the Readin&s:-13. 61. 64, 106. 143. 151, 178. 246. 



Responsive Bible Reaching. 

No. 203. MARCHING TO VICTORY. 



Leade 



And Moses said 



tinto the people, Fear ye not, 



noses. 

stand still, and see the salvation of the 
Lord, which he will shew to you to 
day: for the Egyptians whom ye 
have seen today, ye shall see them 
again no more forever. 

Response. Thus the Lord saved 
Israel that day out of the hand of the 
Egyptians ; and Israel saw the Egyp- 
tians dead upon the sea shore. 

L. And Israel saw that great 
work which the Lord did upon the 
Egyptians : and the people feared the 
Lord, and believed the Lord, and his 
servant Moses.— £'a-. 14:13,30,31. 
,1^ R. And it came to pass on 

josnua. ^j^g seventh day, that they 
rose early about the dawning of the 
day, and compassed the city after 
the same manner seven times : only 
on that day they compassed the city 
seven times. 

L. And it came to pass at the sev- 
enth time, when the priests blew 
with the trumpets, Joshua said unto 
the people, Shout; for the Lord hath 
given you the city. 

R. So the people shouted when 
the priests blew with the trumpets : 
and it came to pass, when the people 
heard the sound of the trumpet, and 
the people shouted with a great 
shout, that the wall fell down flat, so 
that the people went up into the city, 
every man straight before him, and 
they took the city. — Josh. 6:15,16,-20. 
ni<ia/>n L. And the Lord said 
Uiaeon. ^^^ Gideon, By the three 
hundred men that lapped will I save 
you, and deliver the Midianites into 
thine hand : and let all the other 
people go every man unto his place 

R. So the people took victuals in 
their hand, and their trumpets : and 
he sent all the rest of Israel every 
man unto his tent, and retained those 
three hundred men : and the host of 
Midian was beneath himifi the valley. 



David. 



L. And the three hundred blew 
the trumpets, and the Lord set every 
man's sword against his fellow, even 
throughout all the host : and the host 
fled to Beth-shittah in Zererath, and 
to the border of Abel-meholah, anto 
Tabbath.— jMd^cs 1:1,8,22. 

R. And David put his hand 
in his bag, and took thence a 
and slang it, and smote the 
Philistine in his forehead, that the 
stone sunk into his forehead ; and he 
fell ui)on his face to the earth. 

L. So David prevailed over the 
Philistine with a sling and with a 
stone, and smote the Philistine, and 
slew him ; but there was no sword in 
the hand of David. 

R. Therefore David ran, and stood 
upon the Philistine, and took his 
sword, and drew it out of the sheath 
thereof, and slew him, and cut off 
his head therevrith. And when the 
Philistines saw their champion was 
dead they fled. — 

L. And David took the head of the 
Philistine, and brought it to Jerusa- 
lem ; but he put his armor in his tent. 

R. And as David returned from the 
slaughter of the Philistine, Abner 
took him, and bi'ought him before 
Saul with the head of the Philistine 
in his hand.— i Ham. 11:49, .50, 5 1,54, -51 
Jesus ^' Wherefore he saith, 

When he ascended up on 
high, he led captivity captive, and 
gave gifts unto men. — Eph. 4:8. 

R. And having spoiled principal- 
ities and powers, he made a shew of 
them openly, triumphing over them 
in il.— Col. 2:15. 

L. I am Alpha and Omega, the be- 
ginning and the ending, saith the 
Lord, which is and which was, and 
which is to come, the Almighty. 

All. I am he that liveth, and was 
dead; and, behold, I am alive for 
evermore. Amen; and have the keys 
of hell and of death.— i?er. 1:8,18. 



The Christian's Outfit. 

Leader. Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and hav- 
ing on the breastplate of righteousness; And your feet shod with the prep- 
aration of the gospel of peace; Above all, taking the shield of faith, 
wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. 

Response. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, 
which is the word of God: Praying always with all prayer and supplication 
in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication 
for all s&ints.— Eph. 6:14-18. 

f)t^ These numbers indicate songs in this book suited to the above Readings: 
2, 12, 16, 24, 2.5, 27, 38, 48, 57. M. is"? i=^« 184, 188, 242, 248. 



Responsive Bil3le Reading. 

No. 204. HEAVEN. 



Description of. 

Leader. And I saw a new heaven 
and a new earth : for the first heaven 
and the first earth were passed away ; 
and there was no more sea. 

Response. And I John saw the holy 
city, new Jerusalem, coming down 
from God out of heaven, prepared as a 
bride adorned for her husband. 

L. And God shall wipe away all 
tears from their eyes ; and there shall 
be no more death, neither sorrow, 
nor crying, neither shall there be any 
more pain : for the former things are 
passed away. — Rev 21:1, 2. 4.. 

R. And I saw no temple therein : 
for the Lord God Almighty and the 
Lamb are the temple of it. 

L. And the city had no need of the 
sun, neither of the moon, to shine in 
it: for the glory of God did lighten 
it, and the Lamb is the light thereof. 

R. And the nations of them which 
are saved shall walk in the light of 
it: and the kings of the earth do 
bring their glory and honour into it. 

L. And the gates of it shall not be 
shut at all by day : for there shall be 
no night there. 

R And they shall bring the glory 
and honour of the nations into it. 

All. And there shall in no wise 
enter into it anything that defileth, 
neither whatsoever worketh abomin- 
ation, or maketh a lie: but they 
which are written in the Lamb's 
book of life.— i^ey. 21:22-21. 
Our Citizenship. 

L But ye are come unto mount 
Sion, and unto the city of the living 
God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to 
an innumerable company of angels. — 
Heh. 12:22. 

R. For he looked for a city which 
hath foundations, whose builder and 
maker is God. 

L. But now they desire a better 
country, that is, a heavenly: where- 
fore God is not ashambed to be call- 
ed their God : for he hath prepared for 
them a G\ij.—Keh. 11:10, 16. ' 

All. For here have we no continu- 
ing city, but we seek one to come. — 
Heb. 13:14. 



Our 

Name 



Our all is there. 

L. Notwithstanding, in this 



rejoice not, that the spirits 
are subject unto you ; but rather re- 
joice, because your names are written 
in heaven. — Luke 10:20. 

R. Him that overcometh will I 
make a pillar in the temple of my 
God, and he shall go no more out : 
and I will write upon him the name 
of my God, and the name of the city 
of my God, which is new Jerusalem, 
which cometh down out of heaven 
from my G«d : and I will write upon 
him my new na,me.—Rev. 3:12 
Our L. For ye are dead, and your 
till life is hid with Christ in God. 

R When Christ, who is our life, 
shall appear, then shall ye also appear 
with him in glory — Col 3:3,4 
Ou L. For we know that, if our 

S2ii£^ earthly house of this taber- 
nacle were dissolved, we have a 
building of God, a house not made 
with hands, eternal in the heavens. 

R In my Father's house are 
many mansions : if it were not so, I 
would have told you. I go to prepare 
a place for you — John 14:1,2. 
Our L. Jesus said unto him. 

Treasure jf ^^j^ou wilt be perfect, go 
and sell that thou hast, and give to 
the poor, and thou shalt have treas- 
ure in heaven : and come and follow 
me. 

R. But when the j^oung man heard 
that saying, he went away sorrowful : 
for he had great possessions. — Math. 
19:21,22. 

L. But lay up for yourselves 
treasures in heaven, where neither 
moth nor rust doth corrupt, and 
whei e thieves do not break through 
nor steal.— ifa</i. 6:20. 
Our R. And while they looked 
^f^^'^o^ steadfastly towards heaveij as 
he went up, behold, two men stood 
by them in white apparel ; 

All. Which also said, Ye men of 
Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into 
heaven? this same Jesus, which is 
taken up from you into heaven, shall 
so come in like manner as ye have 
seen him go into heaven. — Act. 1:9-11 



These numbers indicate songs in this book suited to the above Readings: 
7, 40, 44. .'55. 73. 80, 96, 110, 125, 182, 226, 238, 247. 



Rosponslvo Bible Reading. 



No. 205. 



THE HOLY SPIRIT. 



He Con- L. Audwiien he is come, he 
"^^°*^" wil] reprove the world of 

em, and of righteousness, and of judg- 
ment: 

R. Of sin, because they believe not 
on me; 

L. Of righteousness, because I go 
to my Father, and ye see me no more ; 
All. Of judgment, because the prince 
of this world is judged. — John. 16:8-11. 
He gives /^- Jesus answered, Verily, 
Life- verily, I say unto thee. Ex- 

cept a man be born of water and of 
the Spirit, he cannot enter into the 
kingdom of God. 

H. That which is born of the flesh 
is flesh ; and that which is born of the 
Spirit is Spirit. 

L. The wind bloweth where it list- 
etli, and thou hearest the sound 
thereof, bnt canst not tell whence it 
Cometh, and whither it goeth: so is 
every one that is born of the Spirit. 
— Joliti 3:5-6-8. 

R. It is the Spirit that quickeneth ; 
the flesh profiteth nothing : the words 
that I speak unto yo\T they are spirit 
and they are life. — John 6:63. 

All.— Who also hath made us able 
ministers of the new testament ; not 
of the letter, but of the spirit ; for the 
letter killeth, buc the spirit giveth 
life.— ;J C'or. 3:6. 

He L. But when the Oomfor- 

Oomforts. ter is come, whom I will 
send unto you from the Father, even 
the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth 
from the Father, he shall testify of 
me : — John 15:26 

R. Nevertheless I tell you the 
truth ; It is expedient for you that I 
go away: for if I go not away, the 
Comforter will not come unto you ; 
but if I depart, I will send him unto 
you. — John 16:7. 

All I will not leave you comfortless : 
I will come to you. 
He ^j. Howbeit when he, the 

G-uidea. Spirit of truth, is come, he 
will guide you into all truth: for he 
shall not speak of himself; but what- 
soever he shall hear, that shall he 
speak: and he will shew you things 
to come. — John 16:13 

R. Then the Spirit said unto Philip; 
Gk) near, and join thyself to this cha- 
riot. And Philip ran thither to him. 



and heard him read the prophet Esa- 
ias, and said, Understandest thou 
what thou readest? 

L. And he said. How can I, unless 
some man should guide me? And he 
desired Philip that he would come up 
and sit with him. 

All. And when they were come up 
out of the water, the Spirit of the 
Lord caught away Philip, that the 
eunuch saw him no more: and he 
went on his way rejoicing. — Acts 8: 
29-31, 39. 

He L. But the Comforter, 

Teaches , which is the Holy Ghost, 
whom the Father will send in my 
name, he shall teach you all things, 
and bring all things to your remem- 
brance, whatsoever I have said unto 
you. — John 14-26. 

R. But the anointing which ye have 
received of him abideth in you, and 
ye need not that any man teach you : 
as the same anointing teacheth you 
of all things, and is truth, and is no 
lie, and even as it hath taught j'ou, 
ye shall abide in him. — 1 John 2:27. 
All. Likewise the Spirit also helpeth 
our infirmities : for we know not 
what we should pray for as we ought ; 
but the Spirit itself maketh interces- 
sion for us with groanings which can- 
not be uttered. — Rom. 8:26. 
He -^- In whom ye also trusted 

Seals^^^ after that ye heard the word 
of truth, the gospel of your salvation; 
in whom also, after that ye believed, 
ye were sealed with that Holy Spirit 
of promise. — EpJi. 1:13. 

R. And grieve. not the Holy Spirit 
of God, whereby ye are sealed unto 
the day of redemption. — EiJc. 4:30. 
He ^^ ^nd I will pray the Fa- 

Abides. ther, and he shall give you 
another Comforter, that he may abide 
with you forever; 

R. Even the Spirit of truth ; whom 
the world cannot receive, because it 
seeth him not, neither knoweth him;, 
for he dwelleth with you, and shall 
be in you. — John 14:16, 17. 

L. Abide in me, and I in you. As 
the branch cannot beai' fruit of itself, 
except it abide in the vine ; no more 
can ye, except ye abide in me.— John 
15:4. 



Tbfispi nnmbfirs indicate Fon."^ in this book suited to the above Headings: 
19, 60, 138, 145, 220, 241, 246. 



Responsiv© Bilble Reaching. 

No. 206. PRODIGAL SON. 

I. Sick of Home. Vs. 11.13. 

2. Home Sick. Vs. U-19. 

3. Home. Vs. 20.25. 

Leader. And he said, A certain man had two sons : And the younger of 
them said to his father, Father, give me the portion of goods that falleth 
to me. And he divided unto them his living. 

Resiwnse. And not many days after the yonnger son gathered all together, 
and took his journey into a far country, and there v^asted his substance in 
riotous living. 

L. And vphen he had spent all, there arose a mighty famine in that 
land ; and he began to be in want. 

R. And he went and joined himself to a citizen of that country; and he 
sent him into his fields to feed swine. And he would fain have filled his 
belly with the husks that the swine did eat : and no man gave unto him. 

A II. And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of 
my fathers have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger! I 
will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him. Father, I have sinned 
against heaven, and before thee, And am no more worthy to be called thy 
son : make me as one of thy hired servants. 

L. And he arose, and came to his father. But when he was yet a great 
way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on his 
neck, and kissed him. And the son said unto him, Father, I have sinned 
against heaven, and in thy sight, and am no more worthy to be called thy 
son. But the father said to his servants, Bring forth the best robe, and put 
it on him; and put a ring on his hand, and shoes on his feet: And bring 
hither the fatted calf, and kill it; and let us eat, and be merry: For this my 
son was dead and is alive again ; he was lost, and is found. And they be 
gan to be merry. — Luke 15:11-24 



In "Wicked Hands. 
iJAnd Jesus answering said, A cer- 
tain man went dovni from Jerusalem 
to Jericho, and fell among thieves, 
which stripped him of his raiment, 
and wounded him, and departed leav- 
ing him half dead. Luke 10 : SO. 

L. And it came to pass, when Jo- 
seph was come unto his brethren, 
that they stripped Joseph out of his 
coat, his coat of many colours that 
was on him ; 

R. And they took him, and cast 
him into a pit : and the pit was 
empty, there was no water in it. 

L. And Judah said unto his breth- 
ren. What profit is it if we slay our 
brother, and conceal his blood? 

R. Come, and let us sell him to the 
Ishmaelites, and let not our hand be 
upon him ; for he is our brother and 



our flesh : and his brethren were con- 
tent —Gen. 37:23, 24, 26, 27. 
Lost and Found. 

L And he spake tliis parable unto 
them, saying, "What man of you hav- 
ing a hundred sheep, if he lose one of 
them, doth not leave the ninety and 
nine in the wilderness, and^go after 
that which is lost, until he find it? 

R. And when he hath found it, he 
layeth it on his shoulders, rejoicing. 

L. And when he cometh home, he 
calleth together his friends and neigh- 
bors, saying unto them, Rejoice with 
me ; for I have found my sheep which 
was lost. 

All. I say unto you, that likewise 
joy shall be in heaven over one sinner 
that repenteth, more than over nine- 
ty and nine just persons, which need 
no repentance. — Luke 15:3-7. 



Blessedness of Obedience. 

An. Blessed is the man that walketh not in the ccnansel of the ungodly, nor standeth in 
the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of 
the Lord ; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like atree planted 
by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season: his leaf also shall not 
wither: and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper. The ungodly are not so: but are like the 
chaff which the wind driveth away, Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, 
nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. For the Lord knoweth the way of the- 
righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.— Ps. J. 

These numbers indicate songs in this book suited to the above Eeadings: 
218, 219, 220, 240. 244, 249. 



Oross and Crown.' 




Wandering from tbc fold of Godi 
3e to rescue mo from dancer 
lalerpOBed Hia precious blood* 



Daily I'm constrained to bet 
Let Thy goodness as a fotier. 

Bind my wandering heart to Tbcci 
Prone to wander. Lord. 1 feel It — 

Prono to leave tlio God I love— ^ 
Here's my Lcart, oh. take and seal it, 

6cal it for Tb^cooris above. 



g9 my helpless soul on Thee; 

pport and comfori me. 
_ -UBlon Theeiasuyed. 
my help from Thee 1 bribej 

iw of Thj wing. 



All my truBl on Thee is suyed, 
All my help from Thee IV- 
Cover my defe 



I Thou. O Christ, art all I;\;aaU 

More than ■• ■ "' 
Raise the frtlleolfcbeer the faintl 

Heal the sickt and lead the blindl 
Just and holy is Thy Name. 

I am all unrichleousneas: 
Vile and full of sin I am, 

Tbou art fuU of truth and grv* 



Beholdl a Stranger. 



Come ye that Love the Lord. 




[ Oh, for a lowly, conlrlto heart. 
Believing, true, and 
\Phich neither life nor ■ 
* From Him that dwells wUhloI 



7 thought renewed. 
And full oriore divine: 
I part I Perfect and right, and pure and good 
kcopy, Lorcl, of Thine. 



Rouse. Ye Saints. 208 Work, for the night is corriing. 

.ff 




When I ttasU lay my orm or by, And dwell in paaoe 
This world's » vU - der ness bf woe, This 
And lean tor sue cor on Bia breast TiU Ho con duct rae 
Wltlj Him n/brav^dealh'soUU-liig tide, Ajid reach my beav'n- ly 



OopTTtghC ISIQl bf J. i. Baa& 

A Charge to Keep I Have. 

Cui. Whlkt Dr. 




THE SWEET BY AND BY. 



Z09 



Savior, Like a Shophord Lead us. 

Uwd by per TUc aglow & Malo Co., owmt^ rpuimw 




shep-bcrd lead us, Much we need Tbv tender care; 
(In Tby pleos-ant pas-tures feed U3, For our use Thy folds pro - pare. 
) We areThinu.doThou be-frlend us. Bo the Guardiah of 6ur »»»•• 
( KeepThy Rock, from sin de • fend up. Seek us when wo go a 



a ■ far. For ihc F» - theruaiiso . ver the way. To pre. 
of praUe, For (he glo • ri • ous gift of His love, And the 





s and wa 
-ing Eac-ri-f1ce. 

all proclaim Their early bleasingsr - " 

Thewea-ry flnde- ter-nai teat, And alltheBons otw 
Angels fleecend witheongs o-gain, And earth repeat the 



Jn the Cross of Christ I Qlory. 



THE SWEETEST STORY EVER TOLD. 



thhik when I read that sweet sto - ry of old. When . 

2. I wish thatHls handn haft been placed on ray head.ThatHtq , 

3. Yet ttiU to His fool -stool In prayer I may go. And 

4. In thatbeau - ti - fol place He l» gone to prepare, For 




Joystbat thro' all 



took^ when He said," Let the lit - 
seek Him be -low, T shall nee Hire 
galh- cr ■ Ingthere.-'For of auch is 



w^^^ 



Down at the Cross. 

Rev. J. H. Btocrroi?, Dy ip 




My 3esus, I Love Thee. 



I Down at the crosswlieremySaviordiecJ.Down »bm for dautug from 
■> I am so woncJrous-lysayed from sin , Je - sua so sweetly a - 
, Oh, precious fountain.tbatsaves from sin, 1 am bo glad I have 



Undoo Br«J. Boot 






A. 


."<.«>»,. Brpn. 


'9 b-i i' 'A ] J J L''' ^ r=±-H — ] — rh — \-\-f—i- i-i 




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' Je-8iis, 1 lovoTbeoJknowTbouartmine.TorTheean tlie ■ 
love Thee, be-cau8« TboubastflrstloV'ed me. And purchased my 
I love Thee in life, I will love Thee In death^A ml praise Thee a4 
maD-sioDs of glo - ry and end-lees de-Hgbt, J'U cv - er a - 



sin Icricd:Th(retomyheartwastheblood-applied;Glo-ry to gie 

Lidcswithin;TbtreatthecrosswhereHetooktnein; Glo-ry to H>3 

co-tor'din;Tb(r8.Te3u3save3me.indkeepsmeclean,Glo-ry to His 

Savior's Icet;Plai6t in to-day ,and be Jnade templet'^ ;Glo-ry to Hm 



foT-i 



of sin^ i re-siRo; My gra-cloaBEe-deem-er,my 
par-don on Cal . va-ry'atree; I love Thee for wear-ing the 
lonf; as Thou leod-cst me breath ;ADd say when itho death-dew lies 
doreThcein heav-en eo bright;!'!! sing with theglit - ter-ing 




canhcar my Sav • ioi* call-ing, I canhear my friv - ior call-ing, 
I go with Him thro' the gar-den, I'll gowith Hi~i thro" the g.ir-de!). 
I go with Him thro" the judgment. I'll go with liir.i thro' the juHyment, 
: will pve mc grace and rIo - ry. He will give i-'ic^'-acc and glo-ry 



Cho. Whete He leads ms I wili/oUow, tVJUre HeUadi v 



^^^^ ^T^TTZpi 



trust, I S. Jesus comes! He fills my satsll 

feeltho blood applied: Perfected In Him f sai; 

prostrate in the dust, I am every whit made w'Uole; 

itb Christ am crucified. | Glory, glory to t 



My Faith Looks up to Thee. 



I. Sly failb locks up toTb»,T»n LambofCal-r«- rj.Sav.lor di-vina! fl«» hoarirnl 
3. May Thy rich grace iiDpart BtffEgtb to my fiialinglieart-f-ly zc.il laspiw; AsTbon liant 
3. Wbihlife'silM* maze I Imd.And sriih ii«»il lue ijinl Be 'boi my giifc.Bid iiA>m 



I can hear my Sav.ior calling. ''Take thy cross, and follow, fol-low me." 
I'll gowith Him thro' Ihcgarden. I'll gowilh Him.wilhHimall Ijieway. 
I'll EowilhHln\'.hro'thejudEnient.nigowithHim,withKira all the way. 
He«.il! pivcme graceandglo-ry. Andgowith me. withmc all t'ne wsy. 




while 1 pray.Tiii all my siusaway.Oh.let nielrai thiaday He wholly 'r!un>^, 
died for mc,Oh,mavmvli<afor TbMPore.traraandduopkiilie. A Itv-inj: 6-e. • 
tnru to day,V/ipe»rt™(tearsaway Nor letmcev-erstrayFrcsTheca-siOo- 



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The Half Has Never Been Told. 



21 f 



His Yoke is Easy. 



I. I know I love Th-e bct-ter, Lord, Than a - ny earth-ly Joy, 

J. I know that Thou art near-er still Than a • ny earth-ly throng, 

3. Thou hast put glad'-ness In my heart; Then well may I be gladi 

4. O Sav • lor, pre-cious Sav-ior mine! What will Thy presence be. 



Foi Thou hast giv • en me the peace Which nothing can de ■ stroy. 
And sweet ■ er Is the tho't of Thee, Than a • ny love ■ ly song. 
"With-out the se-cret of Thy love, I, could not'bat be sad. 
If such a li.'e of Joy can crown Our walk on earth with Thee? 



1. The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want,He maketh ne down to 

2. My soul cri-eth out, "re-store me again, And give me thestrength to 
}. Yea, tho' I should walk the val-ley of death.Yot why should I fear from 




lie In pastures green He lead-eth me The qui - et waters by 
take The nar-row path of righteousness,E 'en for His own name's sake ' 
Ul? For Thou art with me, and Thx rod^Ahd staff me comfort still 




0, for a Faith that will Not Shrink 



Dr. T Hastinqs. 



More Love to Thee. 



1. Oil, for .1 faith that- *vill not shrinK, Tho' presr,ed by ev'r)' foe. Thai will not 

2. Th:ii witlfiotniujLaurnorcoriiplam Hcneatli thochast'ningrod, But in the 

3. A fiiiih ilwii sliinea more bright and clear When teninesl ra^e without; That when iq 

4. A fiiithilmlkcupaihenarrow wayTilllifeslaslhuiJi'isHed, And, with a 
6. Lord, pi ve usduch a fiwth :is this, And then, whate'er may corae, We'll taste, e'eo 






dHnger knows nufeiir, lu daikrjcss feels no d.-uU, Indarkti 
pure and hea?'n-ly nij',Lightsupadviiig bt-d, Ligliuup 
hLre,ihehaHow'dbli*Of an e - ter-'nal home. Of iin 




pray'r 1 make On bend - cd knee; This Is my eir ■ nest plea, 
lone I seek. Give what is best; This all ray pray'r shall be, 
part - ing cry My heart shall raise; This still its pray'r shall b- 



BALERMA. .CM. 




I At>pr<iJ4.b,m7-^ut ihc m«r - cy -seat. Where Je -sua an - awi-repraj'r; 

2. 'Ihy n.u- oiiae ij iny on ■ ly plea, With tbia I vent - are uit^b , 

3. Bowtdduwubuncath uload of sin. By Sa ■ un sore ly prc-wed, 

4. Be ibi»Q my shield and hid iog-place, Tbat.sheltered uear thy aide, 

5. Ob,woudroiialove, to bleed and die, To bear the cross and bhanie, 



More love, O Christ, to Thee, More lovi to Thee; More love to Thee 
More love, O Christ, to Thee, More love to Thee; More love to Thet' 
MoreJove^OChrist, to Thee, More love to Thee; More love to Thf^' 



^fefe^^p^^iii^p 



There bum blj fall bs-fore 
Thou call 

By *.-„ 

I Diay uiy fierce ar - cuo 
ThatKuilt y :siu ■ U4;ra,9ni 





1. Our Father whkh art in heaven.hallowed | bi Thy | name.OThykin 

corae, Thy will be done in j earth, as it 1 is in | heaven 

2. Give us this day our | daily | bread,l|And forgive us our trespasses, 

forgive | them that j trespass a- | gainst us. 
^. And lead us not Into temptation, but deliver | us from | tvll;||For Th 
the kingdom, and the power, and the | glory for- 1 ever and | ever 



Could I Speak. 



,^12 



Do Believe, 




! I'll soarandtrath the hmi't-ljiiri»g«, And viowltiv 
hdi.vlne:l'd8lngHisgloriousrighKoiiB-lt!i. In which all 
AncU shall 6coHi8face:Then»ilh my Savlor,B»lhir.Friend,A West o . 




Would He de-vote that sa-cred bead, For auch 
A - coaz-lne pi - tyl graoeun-knownl Andlovebeyond de .prcel 
Here, Lord, r give my - self to Thee, 'Tia all that I can do. 



Ga-I)riel,whilehe6ings,In notesaimoil divine. In notesalmost di-vini 
pei-Iect,gIoriou3dress,My souliUlevcrfhlne.My soul shall ev-er 6h! 
ter - ni - tv I'll speDiTrlumphantinllisjraM.TrinraphaDtin His era 



I Hear Thy Welcome Voice. 

• ■ c Lewis HARTSotJoa. 



L. X licar thy wel'come voicc,That calls me. Lord, to thee For '' 

2. Tho' Cora -ing weak and vile, Tliou dost niyslrenglh as-snreThoU 

3. -Tis Je - BUS calls me on To per -tecl faith and love. To 

4. 'Ks Je - SU3 who con-firoi3 The bless ■ ed «■ 

5. And he tJio wit- ness gives To loy - al hearts and free, Thai 

6. All hail, a - loo ■ ing blood 1 All hail, re- d( 




1. Re - fin • ing Ere, go thro' i 

2. Scat-tei thy life thro' 

3. Oh,,that it now fromheav'oiniglitfiill. Oh, thatitnowIromlieaviinufMBii, 

4. Come, Ho-ly Ghost, for Thee, I call, Come, Holy Ohtst, for Thee 1 cell, 



,hro' my heart, Re-fin-ingflre,gt>Uih)'my heart, 
ev - ry part, Scat-tor thy lite thro' ev'ry part, 
heav'o Bight (all. Oh, that it now from teav'.n mglt tkll. 




cleans- ing in thy pre-cious blood That /lowed on Cal 

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

per • feet hope, and peace, and trust. For earth and heav'n a - bnve. 

add - ing grace to wel - corned gracc,ffhm reigned the power of ein. 

ev • 'ry prom - ise is ful - filled. If faith but brings the plea, 
hail, tho gift of Christ, our Lord, Our strength and right-eous-ness. 



Ciiontts. 



iilil^^ 



^^P^i^lii 



inff, Lord, Cora - ing 



1 can, 1. will, 1 do be-Ueve, niat Je - sns Ava me now.* 
Ptntoiejlingat the mer-cy seat. Where Je-sqa an-Bwerepmy't, 

Day of Rest and Gladness. 



::s;;=33=^?=^^3?==(:=i=— ,S=93jn==^=r==J^i:S-EUi 



Wash me, cleanse me,^ in the blond That flowed on Cal - 



P"P.vri«bl, 1900, by L. Harlsough. The Biglow & Maio^Co., oWTlora. 

Take My^Heart. O Father! 

JUC 1?°' T^LmAB 8s. 7s. Isaac B WOODBUBv. 



I Oh, balm of care 
J On Thee, at the 

) On Thee, for our 
i New grac • es ev ■ 

ch the rest re-maiifc-ing 



;ind glail-ness, Oh, day of joy and light ; V 
and sad - iieee, . Most beau - ti-ful, most bnght ; / 



: from depths of earth ; 




Take my heart, O Fatlieri take it, Make and keep it all Thine ^„„, 
F.T Iher. make me pure and lowly, Fond of peace and far from strife; 
Ev ■ er let Thy grace surround mc. Strengthen me with pow'r divine 
May the blond of Je sus heal me. And my sins be all for-giv'n- ' 



n Ti, , S J ^"^ '°* " '>■' '^^"'' » • ges joined in 

Od Thee, our Lord, VIC - to rious, The Spir - It sent from heaVh i 




Pass Me Not, 



213 



I Left it All With Jesue. 




nth . e'rs Thou art smil-inj, Do not v<a^ ...w ^,. 
Sere H d«p con - trl-tk>n. HelB my u^.bc • lief. Savior. Sav-ior 
■J^ounded, bro - ken splr • It; Save me by Thy P^«- 
I on earth be-side I nee? Whom in heav'n but Thee? 



1 my wSl When by faith I saw Him on the tr«e.Heard His sniall.stiU 
life's woes; How to gild the tear^Jrop with His smile.Make the desert 
! what may, Mope has dropped her anchor .found her restjn the calm »ure 




Tearsofre-pent-ant grief Si ■ lently fall; \_ . , ^ •». J 

Help Thou my un belief. Hear Thou m/call; f OW how I flat Or Thert ; 

Still at the mercy seat, Humbly I fall} \ , ,. i 

Pleading Thy vroauw iweel; Heard is my call; ( WU »"«> oj »«1 «> "*! 



O make me pure within.Cleanse me from ev'ry sin, Je ■ sus, my a^ . 
'Tlsallmyhopeandplea,Je • sus has died for me, Je sus. my a . 
Thisall my hope shall be,Je sus has died for me, Je sus. my all. 



Look Away to Jesus, 




J. Look a - way to Je 

2. All thy griefs He car 

3 Look « - way to Je 

4. 'Ito' thy foes be ma 

6. Look a way to Je 



BUS, Soul by woe 
ried. All thy ' 

~ dier in the fighl 




poor and needy. Weak and wouiided,8lck« 
staiida to «ave you. Full of pi • ly, love aud pow'i 
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sill fer' d. Come to Him and rust. 

Je ■ »i», Ti-ml Hiiiiev er more, 
thick . ctm Keeji Chiae ar . mor briglil 

Jc • »n«. lie shall con-qiier nil. 
t lug At the Mae-ter's feci / 



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iKi- you i 
U.rily; 1 Not of nuKSS (uiidlji dreai 

Tfut lellcf uiiil tnio reiieiitaiiit., j All the fitiics be itunin^W 
EviTj KHicc that bring, vo.. »ij{h. | |, ^, r^el yo-r ni«l i.f him 



Save Me at the Cross. 



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Seeking For Me, 



r. R Habtt, Sypff. 




Tiembllng to Thy arms I fly, O 
In TUy iner - cy let me hide, O 
Thou of lite the liy - Ing way, O 
Have com-pas- Blon.Loid.on me, O 
Plunge me now be-neath the flood, O 
^ In that Jaith to Thee I cling, O save toe 



60rrowandilumi;Oh, It wa9«j-ilM-(al,bliit be Hlsunn! Biok-wg tor roe, lorj 

set free;Oh, Itwaswon-iItr-W, bowcmia It be? Dy-iiigf«r yoo and.'' 

farlioB the fold; Gently and loig did~8e pludmlh mj eoni, Call. Ingfmme, for', 

wea-ryytira.fly; I eball behold Din (fe^->«nd-iDgthesky, Coo • iig f»r me, for j. 




COMe LET US LIFT OUR VOICES. 



UXBRIDGE. L.M. 




Faith of Our Fathers. 



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Hie spir-it 
Who dwells li 
Because that light hath'on'thee shone In which is per - feet day. 



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Arise, My Soul, Arise, 



HOW SWEET, HOW HEAVENLY. 

QREATOREZ. 



weet how heavenly is tbesight, V/hen those wholove the Lord | 

Wheneach can feel hisbroth er's sigh, Aud with him bear a partt 

Let love in one delight - fulstreatolThrc" e»- 'rybos-om flow. 

Love is the gold - enchain that binds The hap. pysouls a . baw, 



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. rise; Shake off thy guU 
er uvea a-bove, For me to In - lcf 
-ing wounds He bears, Received on Cal - va 




5 peace de light.And so fuf - fill hit «ard. 

>m eye to eye, Andjoy from heart to heart. 

nioD sweet with fond es • teem, In ev . Vy ac.' tion glow, 

i an heir of heav'n who finds, Hisbos - om glow with love. 



HOW SWEET THE NAME. 

T.nAfllING*. 

henameof Je-susBoundSiln a be- liev-er's ear; Itsootheahis 

the wounded spir it whole, And calnisthetroubled breast; *Tts manna 

3. Dear Name, the Rock on which I builH, My shield and and hiding place j My never 

'esus my Shepherd, Saviour, Friend; My Prophet, Priest and King; My Lord, my 

, would Thy boundless love proclaim With ev*ry fleeting breath, Soshallthe 



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drives away bis fiear. 
ioai. And to the weary rest. And to the weary rest. 
failing treasure. fiU'd With boundless storesof grace, With boundless storesof grace, 
Life,my Way, my End. Accept the praise I bring. Accept thepraise I bring. 
of Thy nane Refresh my soul m death. Refresh my aoul i: 



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WILL JESUS FIND US WATCHING 21 7 



Lead Me. Saviour. 



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I Sav -lour, lead me, lest I 
3. Tbou the ref-uge of my f 
3. Sav - lour, lead 




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ad me all the way; -- il am safe when bv Thy 

orra of life Is past,/ [To the land of end-less 






would Id Thy love abide 
All ray hopes on Thee re- ly. 
■Where all tear3.are wiped away 



j ready, broth CT? Jload-y for the soul's bright heme? Say. will He 

ng when the Lord shall come? 



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SAFEJNJTHEARMS OF JESUS. 

Fin-wyJ Crosdv W H. Do*nk. by per. 



Jesus, I My Cross Have' Taken. 

^;Henry F. LYTt Mozart. 



i gen tie breast.1 here by His love c 
^us.bafcfrom :orrodnig care .b.ife from the Aurld's tem 
f refuge. Jesu% has died lur me, Firm on Ibe Rock c 



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Lei ihisworlddespise and leave me.They have left my Sav- iour too. 
Haste iheeon from grace to gto - ry.Arm'd by faiih.and wing'd by prayr 






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Na- ked.p'jor.despoed, for- sak-en.Thou from hence my all shalt Ee. 

Human hearts and lor.ks deceive me— Thou art not. like them.^n - true; 

Life with tri- als hard may press me.Heav'n will bring me sweeter rest 

■reav'n'ae- ter- iial day 3 be -Yore Thee God's own hand shall guidethee there; 




D.S~ Yci hutvnch I3 my con ■ dl-tlon.God and _ _, „ 

/).i^— Foe-* miiy hate.und friends disown me, 8how Thy face and all is bright. 

05— Oh.'twerenot in Joy to charm me. Were thai Joy urv mixed with Thee. 

Z^C, £> 5— Hupeshall change togladfru-i- tion, Faith to aight.and pray'r lo praise. 



inc. O ver ihe fields of glory, O.verthejas 

sand fears On )y a few more tn • als. On ly a few 

night IS o'er. Wait nil t see the morning Bieak on the goldei 




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Per ish ev - 'ry fond am - bi - lion. All I've soufihi orhoped or known 
And whileThoushttlt smileup-on me. God nf wis dom, love an^mighl. 
Oh. ti3 not in grief to harm me WhileThy love is left to* me 
Soon shall close thy earth- ly mia-sion.Soon shall pass thy pil grimdaj*. 



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etrongeet tri . ala now aro past. Mj tri . uinpli is bo - gun. f 
know I'm nenrinc thelio -ly ranka Of friends .'ind kindred dear, I 
1 bnifib the dewB on Jordan's banks. Tho crossing muBl bo near, f 




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yonth aro ail fled ? And the friende I liave loved, Fl-om Uie earth e 
Btrength ehalUwibduo? Or the world in A day. Llta ft dond n 
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Ml BDiillloudlv Blnm: 1 Who bled and died for me; 

Theiioly once, belioldrthey cornel I Whoee blood now cleanses torn aUstn. 
I Leu the nolas of winga. I And Kivea mo victoiy. 

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Sunshine in the Soul. 



do? what shall I do? 01 what shall I do to be saved? 

do? what shall X do? 01 what shall I do to be saved? 

do? what shall I do? 01 what ehall I do 

do I that will I do I To Je 




1. There's sunshine in my soul to-day, More glo - ri - ous and briLrht 

A car • ol to my King, 

1 my soul to-day. For when the Lord i 



2. There's mu - sic in my eoul to-day, 
3- That's springtimErin my soul to*day, 
4. There's gladness in tny soul to-day, And hope, and praise^and love. 



■■1. Life wears a dif-f'rent.£ace to me, Since I found my Sav-i 

2.' He sought me in bis wondrous love, So I found my Sav-i 

8. The passing douds may in - ter-vene. Since I found my Sav-i 

4. A strong band kindly holds my own, Since I found my Suv-i 




fh; 

And Je 



y earth-ly eky, For Je - eus la my light 
i-iOjg, can hear The sonps I can -not sing 



But He° is with me, tho' un-seeni MJr ei/ -' e»-prPB • eit Sav- ii 
,5t leads me on • ward to the throne. there Tlfsee my Sav " 




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LORD, I'M. COMING HOME' 



210 



Show.Pity; Lord! 



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Isaac W4TT8 



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1. Show pU- y. Lord, O Lord, for-gire, Lcl 

2. Mycriincs,lho'gr«it.c»n not sur-pass The pow-rai'idKlo-ry of Thv g^ci'. 
3 O, wa^h my 90«I from ev • *ry sin. And uinkemvRuiltyconaciencecleQn- 
4. My Imsv'ilhshame, ray sins con- fcs3, A-gains;Thy law, a-gniiwThi cricc' 
5 Shouldsaddenrengcanceseizemybrralh, I muslpronounccTtiMJuslirrdcilh 




' I've trod, Lord, 1 

Lord, I'm ci>ni-ing home 
I'll irust thy love, be - lieve thv wotd, Lord, Tid c^m-int; * 
My elrength renew, my hope re-store, Ixjrd, I'm com-in'; 



i>.5.— O • pen wide thine arms of love, Lord, I'm com-ing home. 
CH0KU3. D.S. 



hy mer-ctes larpe t 
GreatCod, Thy nature hmh no boimd. So ' let Thy pardoning lo»e be found 
Here, oa my heart, ihc bur den lies. And pasl of- fens- es pain m' 
Lord,shouidThyjudgmentgrowsevere, I am condemned,but thou a 
And if my soul were sent to hell, Thyright«ouslawap-prove»it well. 



Ashamed of Jesus. 



Joseph Orkgo 



W. B. Brakbdsy. 



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S My only hope, my only plea, 
Now I'm coming home, 
That Jesus died, and died for 
■ Lord. I'm coming hoi 



6 I need his cleansing blood I fcnon', 
Now I'm coming home; 
O vash me whiter thaa the snow,^ 
I coming home. 



1 Je -sus, and shall it ev - er be— A mortal man ashamed of Thee 7 
2. A - shamed of Jesus!— that dear Friend On whom my hopcsof heav'n depend I 




Come, Sound His Praise Abroad. 2^0 

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Lead, Kindly Light. 



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ho • vah Is the Sot • erelgn Ood. The n - nl • irer - 8al King, 
watery worlds are all His own, And all the sol - Id ground, 

are His work, and not our own; He (ormed ua by His word, 
like the Deo • pie of Qls choice, And owa,^ your graclons Cod 



'Tbealgbt Ifldarli. aod 1 am (arTrom bume. Lead Tbou me ool 

I lored uC'booeeaDd eeemy patb. but now Lead Thou me on I 

" * " Tbe Dlffbt re gone. 




Wanderer. Return. 



Re-turn, O wander-er, re-turn. And seek thy Falher's late: 

Re-turu, O wander-er, re-turn; Heliearsthy huin-ble sigh; 

Return. O wander-er, re-lurn; Thy Saviour bids thee live: I 

Ke-torn, O wand.r.er, rc-tum. And wipe the lall - log tearV 



4. Ke-torn, 



Those new de-elres which In thee burn Were klndl«>d by Hie grace.- 
Re flees thy eoffened eplr - It mourn. When no one else is nleh 

Come to His crosB.and,grateluf ' u--. •- - ^P - 

TJiy Fa-tber calls,— no long-er 
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1 Com6,HoIy Spirit,b«venlyDove, 
Wtth all Thy quiok^ingpowerB; 
Kindle a flame of sacreH love 
Id these cold hearts of ouis. 

S Father, and shall we ever live 
At this poor dying rate — 
Onr love so faint, sa cold to Thee 
And Thine to us so great? 



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Jesns, my life, Thyself apply. 

Thy Holy Spirit breathe: 
Sly vile alfections crucify; 
1 to Thy death. 



5 Beigniiime,t.ord;Thyfocs control; 

Who \\enld not own Tbyswav; 
CiSuBe Thine Image thro'niy soul; 
£hine to Thy perfect <iay 

6 Scatter the last remains of sin. 

And seal me Thine abode; 

all within. 




. i)Mno»«.. Blessed be the Name. 



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On My Way to Zloit. 




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n the light, In the light of God. 


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1. A-"wakc, my soul, to joy-tui l.iys. Anil sitiR thy prcat Redeemer's praise; 

2. He saw me ru ■ ined in the fall. Yet loved me, not-with-stand-inffall; 
8. Tho' numerous hosts of mighty foes. Tho' earth and hell my wrty op-pose, 
4. When trouble, like a gloomy cloud, Has gathered thick andihundered loud. 



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1 6. happy day tbatflxed mychoicc. OoTheemy Sav-ior and my God I 
Well may ihls glowing heart re-joice. And tell its rap tures. all aboard. [ 
0, hap-py bond that seals my vows. To himwhomcr - il 
Let cheerful anthems ail his house, While to 'thai sn-cred 
■Tisdone. the great transaction'sdone. I am my Lord's and he 
Hcdrewrae.and I foMowcd on, Charmed to, conf '" 
No* rest, my long, divided bcarti Fixed on Ibis bliss ■ ful cen ■ ter rest; | 
Nor ever from thy Lord de-part. With bim of ev 'ry good possessed, t 



He just - ty claims a song from me^ His lov-ing kindn 

He saved me from my lost C3 . tata. His lov-ing kindness, oh, how greatly 

He safe- ly leads my soul a • long. His lov-ing; kindxiei 

He near my soul has al-ways stood. His 




God Be With You. 



222 



Doxotogy. 



1. God be with you till we r 

2. God be with you till we r 

3. God be with you till we r 

4. God be with you till v 



-gain, By His counsels guide up- 

- gain, 'Neath His wings protecting; 
-gain, When life's perils thick con- 

- gain, Keep love's banner floating 



Praise God from whom all blessings flow; Praise Him. all c 




1. GreatmarMof life and light. Thy lieav'n-Iy grace im-purt;Thy 

2. My soul would cleave trt thee; Let naught my par - pose move ; O 

3. Loug as my tri ala last. Long as the=cros3 I liear, O 

4. GoQ-dactme to the shore Of ev - cr-Iast- ing peaee, Where 



1. Fath - er of spi 

3. In vainmayguiltat^lemptto fly, Con-coslcd hrneathtlie" pall of night; 

4. Searchthoaouihearts,and there destroy Each e - viItbougbt,eacbsecret6ui, 
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Ho - ly Spir • it grant, and write Thy law np - on my heart. 
let my faith more stead- fast be. And more in- tense ray love. 
let my soul on thee be cast In con • 6- dcnce and prayer. 
Btorm and tem ■ pest rise no more, Where 

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eword.Aon ev- ry pn • vate ac-tion 
Or dive be-neathdcep o-cean'33pnngs.Thypre36nce8lill would meetus til 
OneglancefromtbyaU-pierc-iDgeye Can kin-dl'^dark-neTS in -toli 
And fit us for thoserealmsof joy, WhercMcgtiUmpnresliaU en - ter 



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To-Day the Savior Calls. 

Sakuel Francis Smith. Lowbil Mason. 



t. To day the Sav - ior calls; Ye wan-d'rers, come; O ye be- night -ed souls. Why long - er roam? 

I. To • day the Sav - ior calls; Oh, hear Him now; With - in these sa - crcd walls To Je ■ sus bow. 

J. To • day the Sav - ior calls; For ref - uge fly; ' The storm of jus - tice fjlls. And death is nigh. 

4. The Spir it calls to • day: Yield to His pow'r, Oh, grieve Him not a - way, 'Tis mer-cy's hour. 



THE MORNING LIGHT 

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OVER THERE. P.M. 



1. The morn- ing light is bieak - ing. The dark - ness dis - ap- pears; 

2. See hea - then na - tions bend - ing Be - fore the God we love,' 



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The sons of earth are wait - ing To 



oiigs that thep breathe 
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robed in their gar-mccits ut »>hilc. (). ver there. O- ver there. : O • vcr 




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Leaning on the Everlasting Arms. 

NOTHING BUT THE BLOOD. 

Rev. E. A. Hoffman. A. J. Showalteb, by per. By Per. of Mary Runjon Lowry, owner. 

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1. What a fellowship.what a joy divine, Leaning on the Everlaslini; Arms! 

2. Oh.ho^aweet to walk In ihis pilgrim way, Leaning on tiie EvcHastlng Arms! 
3 What have I to dread. «bat have I to fear.LeaniDgoD tlie Everlaating , 



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What a bli;ssediie»»,whai a Mce is Eioe, Leaning on the Ever-lasting ATmsl 
Oh.bowbrigbtttlepatbg^^flsf^oII^day to day, Leaning oo the Ever-iaatlng Ai 
I have peace coopletewiib my Lord so near. Leaning on the Ever-lasting A; 



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Inn, Leaning on the Ever-last-iog Arms. ;.wrt«*». w*. »»"•*«» uwj. 

3 Nothing can for sin atone. 
Nothing but the blood of Je 

aught of Bood that I have done^ i nis is ail my ngn 

{Nothing but the blood o'f Jesua. Nothing but the blood of Jesa9>^ 



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, This is all my hope and peace — 



Wonderful Story of Love; 



224- 



Say, are You Rcj^dy? 

T C OKane 



Wonderful »tu-ry of love! Tell It to ine a-, gain; Wonderfii 
J Wonderful iil«-ry of love' Tho' you are far a. -way; Won 
3. Wonderful »to-ry of love! Je-»us pi 



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train* Angela with rapture a 
lay; Calling from Cal-varj 
>le!it ; Rest In tbose maasioos a 



lovol Wake the Immor* tal titralo' Angela with rapture i 
ato-iy of lovel Still He doth call to - day ; Calling from Cal-vary't 
■lo-ly of lovel For all the pnre aud blest; Rest In tbose maasioos a - 



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It, ShephcrcU with nonder receive It. Sin-tier. ob 'woo lyou believe il? 
iln.PowD Irom tbe yryatil bright fouotaln, E'en IroB tbedawo of cre-a • lion. 
3, With ibosentio'v^gooeon before itf*. Sinking the raptu-rous cbo-nis, 



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wfitch of lo • night, Say. will your spirit pass In - to lor - r 
world of de • spalr, Ev - "ry brief inomeot brings your (loom n.ji 
loan - slonit of light; Je • t»U9 is pleading, pa - ticnt-ly ph^ad-i 



of de - light? Say. are you read - yV 

you to • night. 




Mer.c; stands walling for all 



Only Trust Him. 



I. 1 ^mThioe.O Lotd,l have heard Thy voice.And it told Thy love to me . 
J. Con-ae-cratenre now to Thy service.Lord.By thepow'rofgracedl ■ vine. 

3. O ih« pure de-light o( a siil-glehipur Thai before Thy throne I spend, 

4. Therearedepfhsof lo^eihat I ca\uioi knovir Till I crossthenar row sea. 



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JH.a Kev. J. H.STOCETOR.byMr. 



Come,e»'ry»oulby sin oppregaed.There's merry with the Lord, And He will surely 

'^'- ' '""'' His precious blood Rich blessing tdi bestow: Plunge now in-toth»» 

le Trulli. the Way .That leads you into restiBelierein Hinj witFi- 
Join this ho-ly band, Aa^ on to glo- ry go, To dwell in that ce 



of faith, And be clos er drawn to Thee. 

When r kneelinpray'r.atidwithThee.my Cod, Itommuneiufrieadwithfnend. 
Thereareheightsof joy that I may not reach Till I rc*t inpeacewithThee. 



But I long 
Let my •out 
When r kneel i 
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My Country, 'Tis of Thee. 



225 



Jesus, Our Master; 



1. Mv coun-trv. 'tis of thee, Sweet land of lib • er - ty, . „ , ij i i ti • uj T i 

I Jc • sus, out Maa - tcr, glad - ly we hear Thy voice Bid • tling iis ( 

2. Nar ■ row the path ■ way, fal - ter our trembling feet; Oft tor Thy , 

3. Mighty our ar ■ "- ' •■ l 

4 PrninoGc to Je ' 



My coun-try, 'tis of thee, Sweet 1. 

My na ■ live coun - try, thee, L.nnd of the no - ble free, 

Let mu - sic swell the bree«,And ring from all the trees 

Our fa - thers' God, to Thee, Au - thor of lib - er - ty, 



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V' 3 - S— ^i— ^H ^ If-'vi- »'"■ ^" ""tl fol - 1"" Tl'ee. We will Thy call o - hoy, 



Of thee I sing; Land where my fa-thers died, Land of the 
Thy name I love; I love thy rocks and rills, Thy woods and 
Swcetfreedom'ssong; Let mor • tal tongues awake, Let all that 
To Thee we sing; Long may our land be bright, With freedom's 




cd aid our prayers as- eeml; Cheered by the an - gel band, 
ehipltl is ours whore foes as - sail. Ourpword. the word of riorl, 
111 - }abs rise, Sav • ior, to Thee; Our banner's name is lovp, 



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pil-grims' pride. From ev • 'ry moun-tain side, Let free-dom ring, 
tern • pled hills. My heart with rap - ture thrills, Like that a ■ bove. 
breathe partake, Let rocks their si • lence break,The sound pro-long, 
ly light, Pro-tect us by Thy might.Great God,our King. 

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turning from sin away, Witli Thee, our gracious Lord, ev - er to be. 

led by Thy loving Iiaml. Safe shall our journey be un - to the end. 
with poace our feet are sliod, Clad in our ar-mor bright, we shall prevail, 
wav ■ ing our ranks a-bove; Oar song is failh, andhope, and vic-to-ry. 




' "—•-'•='■"—' '--•»'- hours, When Jesus no Ion ger I sec! 

iweel flow 'rs, Have lust all iheir sweetness to me. 

gloom, And makrt all with in me re - joice. 



^^y body, bouI, and spirit, Jo-sus, I give to thee, A con-se-crat-ed 
O Je-su9. mighty Savior, I trust in thy great name, I look for thy sal- 
Ob. let thefire, descending Just now upon my soul, Consiulie ray bumble 
I'm Ihioe, ablessed Jesus, washd by thy preaoua blood, Now seal me by thy 






The mid-sum mer sun shines but dim. The fields strive ir> vain to look g; 
I should, were He al-ways thus nigh. Have nothing to wish or to fc 

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offerinf;, Tbins ev-er-raore to be. My all is on the al- 
va-tion,Tby prom-isenow I claim, 
offering, And cleanse and make me whole. 
Spir-it, A sac - ri - fice to God. 



3 Content with beholding His face, 
My all to His pleasure resigned, 

No ch:»nces of season or place 

Would make any change in my mim 

While bles'.ed with a sense of His lovi 



If Jesus would dwell with 1 



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 ? 



Or take me unto Thee 
Where wmter and clouds 



. From Every Stormy Wind that Blows. 

HuoK Stowrll. Thumah Hahtin 

illPIi.iliiiiiili&=E 

1. Fromev-*ry stormy wind that blows. From ev-'ry BwelUngtld 

2. There le a place where Je-suBsbeda The oil of gladness on our he.ule, 
H. Therein ascene.wheceaplritftblend.WherelrlendholdBfellowfihlp with friend, 
4. There, there oa eagles* wings we Boar.Aod 8lo a'hd sense mo'rat no more, 



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t—'TlQfound beneath the mercy - seat. 
A place, than all bealdes. more sweet— It Is theblood-boufe-ht mercy-seat. 
Tho'sun-dered far, by faith Ihcy meet Around one common mercy- seat. 
1 to greet, A lid glory crowns ttie me 



dew of prora-ise from the skies, AI • read - y clieers the soil, 
where the sons of sor • row pine, Dis-pense your hal-lowed love, 
wrap the Siiv-ionr'a changeless love A man - llr round your breast 
the blest gos- pel's sav - ing health. Re-pay your ar-diious toil 



ILOVE TO TELL THE STORY. 226 ON JORDAN'S STORMY BANKS- 

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W,i G. FiacilP.R. by per. , ni .. f ". . ] J* I I . i . . i , i J*! , f < 



K^T^^KKT. W„G_F^^^b,per. ^^^^ . J J J , , I 

I.I love to lell tKe sto t> Of un -seen ilungs a bove. Of t j. O'er all those widc-cx - lend - ed plai 






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.umi>nlory. Of Jc 



ger ing ami tliirslii>e To hear it like the rest. And wlitn in scencM 



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-»y, Be-causc I kuovvil 's true; U sat ■ it fies my longing; A 

For some have ncv-er lieaul The mes-sage of sal - va-tion From 
/Song/Twillbe thcOld.Old Sto-ry That 



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To Ca • naan's fair and hnp - py land, Where my pos • scs - sion^; lie. 
There God the Son for-ev- er reigns, And scat - icrs night a • way. 
When shall I see my Fa ■ iher's face. And in His bos ■ om rest f 
Tho' jor - dan's waves around me roll. Fear ■ less I'd launch a - way. 




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glo - ry. To tell Ihe old, old sto ■ ry 0( Je ■ sus ai.d His love. 



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Lamb, by and by. And 



•TIS SO SWEET TO TRUST IN JESUS. 

Mrs. LOUISA M. R, Stead, Wm. J 




BRING THEM IN. 

Alexander Thomas. 



Hark I't is the Shepherd's voice I hear,Out in the desert darlt and drear. 
Who'll go and help this Shepherd kind, Help Him the wandVing ones to find? ' 
Out in the des-ert hear their cry, Out on the inoun-tain wild and high. 



Calling thesheep.who'vegoneastray.Far from the shepherd's fold a- way. 
Who'll bring the lost ones to the fold. Where they'll be shcllered from the cold. 
Hark I *t IS (he Master speaks to 'I'hcc, "tio find my sheep where'er tliey be-" 

g them II), Hrinp them in, llriijg them in from the fields of sin. 



Jesus shall Heign: 22T 



A LITTLE TALK. 



Arrftbged for this work.". 




trials of at - most ev - 'ry kind . . , , 

those who ODce pro-feaaed to Iov% Have si - lent ^rownandmnte, I 
march a • lonj; with cheer-ful song, Ed- j/)y-ing lib-er- ty; Will 



, From north toeoutb the prin-i 



shall w,is and wane no more, From norl 
'ry mom-ing sac • ri - tice. Peo -pie 
all the sons of want are blest, Let ev - 'ry creature rise and brinj 



soon I conqaer sll. As tp the I^nl I call,— A ItMlebilk nil 
tell Him all my grief, He quick-ly sends re - lief,— A lit tie lalk yvil 
Je - 003 as tuv friend. I'll Drove qd - til the ecd. A lit-tletnlk wit 



tell Him all my grief, He qulcKly 
Je - 003 as my friend, I'll prove qc 



lit-tletalk with 




wn llicir Lord, A:id eav-age tribes at - tend 
hall pro - claim Their ear - ly bless - ings un 
onga a - gain, And earth re • peats the loud 




Abide with Me. 



Wm. H. MoMir. 



I A -bide with me ' Fast falls the e-vcn-lide, The darkness 
2. Swift to its clOseebbs oiitlife'5 lit - tie day ; Earth's joys grow 
:t. I DcedTby pres-ence ev - 'ry^pass-ing lumr, WhatbuiThy 
4 Hold Thoa Thy cross be - fore my'cIoH-ing fyes! Shine thro' the 






I 

,ord,wiihiuc a -bide! When oth-er help - ers 
dim. il3 glo-rics pass a - way; Change and de - cay *- In 
grace can foil Ihe tempter's pow'r? Who, like Thy • self, my 
gloorq. and pointme to the skies; Heav'n's morningbreftks and 

fail, andcomfortsfle^. Help of the helpless, oh, a - bide with me' 

all a-round I sec; OThou.whochanijrsl not.a- bide with mc* 

guide and stay can be?Thro"cIoudandstmshipe.oh, a- bide with me! 

earth's vain shadows flee! In life. indcath^l,ord. a- bide with me! 



fringing in the ,^luaiT3. <s2 ^C O cu,de Me, Great Jehovah. 

InowlesSbaw" Oeobgs a Mf[«ou,bF p«t. Willumb /ion — Ta 



/JON -TaoMAB Ua 



aDd thedew.y eve. Waiting for the harvest, and the time of reaping, 
winter'schilling breeze, By aod by the harvest, and the la borend-ed, 
8pir-it oft -engneve3,WhenourweepiDe'60ver, He will bid ns welcome. 



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I am weak, but Thou Artrolghty; Hold me with Thy pow'rfulhaml- 
Let the 6 - 'ry, clouil-y pil - lar, Lead me all -my Jour . nw ilir«»". 
Bear me thro" the eweU-icg (urrent; Land me safe on Qa-Daaa's (ii<l«: 

Bread ol hca • veu. Feed me till I want no tiore, 
Strong De - llv - 'rer, Be Tbou still my etrenglt aod Bblelil., 
SoDgB ot pral8-e6. I will ev . er give lo Tbee. 

Bread ot Ilea von. Feed rae till I want no morfc 
Strong De - liv - rer. Be Thou still my strength and shield. 
Songa ol prals - es I will ev - er give to Tbee, 



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We Bbail come, re - joic-int;, brinpmg in tbesheives. Bringing in thcsbeuies. 
We shall come, re - )oic-ing. bringing inlbeshcives. 
1 We shall come^ re - joic-ing. bringing -mi ibesbeavea. 



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Dging io the aheavea.We shall come, re-joic ing. BringiDj 

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joic ing, Bringinp mtbesheave 



!^^*[-*^ ' ^~^ ^ — r2rg3-^r^r.»=*r^ r»i_^ l^T^^JJ .. j ^^^^ ^^^^ lUeworkgof him ihaisentMe. whneul6day."-Joaw9 



Bringing in the shea veil, We shall come, rejoicing, 

Bringing in the sheaves. Brinpiog in ♦heslieaveft 

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Fannt J Cbosby 



€\m to %\\tt. 



I Thou my «v - ev- last- ingpnr- tion, More tban tricndor life to me, 

2. Not for ease orworld- ly pleas-ure. Nor for lame my prayer.shall be 

3. Lead methro thevale ofsbadows. Bear me o'er lifr's bt, • ful seji 



Bev Robert Lowity. by per. 



\ Cue more d.iy's work for Je-sus; Qua less of life for me' But heav'nis 
2. OnemorcdayV work for Je-sus. How glo- nous is my Ring "Tisjoy.QOt 
3 Oneniorediiys woik for Je -siis, How eweet the work bas been.To lell the 
One more d.iy's"ork, for Je- sus— Oh.yes, a weary day , Butheav'Dsbinea 



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All a- long my pil-grimjour- ney, Sav lour.let roe walk with Thee. 
Clad-lywiU I toil and suf • fer, On • ly Ul me walk wilh Thee 
Then tbegite of life e ■ ter -'nal, May I en • tor.Lord.ttithTbce. 






er. And Christ IS dear ■ er. Than yesncr day to roe. His Io\c .ind . 

ty. To spp.ik His heau- ty My soul mounts on the winp Al ih»- mero 

ry ToslK.w ibeslo-ry. When Cbn.sfs flwk enlerjo ■ How it did 

I clear er. And r.-st comes nearer, At each ^tcp oMlie v^ay . And CIiriM lo 



light Fill all my soul tonight Onemoreday'e work for Je-£uE, 
tho't How Chrisi my life h.is bought, 
shine In Ibis |ionriiearl..f mine' 
all- Before His f:icc 1 fall 






Close to Thee, close to Thee. Ciose lo Thee, close to Thee 

Close to Tbee. close to Thee. Close to Tbee. close to Tbee; Glad- ly 

Close to Tbee. close to Tbee, Close to Tbee. dose to Tbee. Then the 



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5 Oh, blessed work for Jesas ! 
Oh. rest at Jcsua' feet • 

Tliere toil secma.plej 

My want 
And paia for Him is a 

Lord, if I may. 

I'll serve another day — C*fc 



hi trti: Tue Blflow & MMn Co . owumi> 



When the Roll is Called Up Yonder. 

By Per. of J. M. Black, owner. 



239 



REJOICE AND BE CLAD. 



J. J. HUSBAND. 



iUPPitii^iiipfei 



and be glad, the Re- deem- 

and be e'ad, for llie Wood has been i 

3. Ke jftice and be glad, for i ' ' 

4. Re juice and be glad, tor our King 

5. Re joL-eand be glao, for He com- 



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BLESSED HOUR OF PRAYER. 

W. H DOANK, by per. 




I Tis thebless-edhourof pray'r,whenourheartslowlybend,Andwegathei to 

2. Tib the bless-ed hour of pi^y'r.when the Saviourdraws near, With atendercom-. 

3. Tis the bless-ed hour of pray'r.when the tempted and tried To the Sav-iourwh* 

4. At tHet)Ie3s-edhourofpray'r,trustingHim,webelJeve That the blessingwe're 

Je-sus, our Saviourand Friend ; If we come to Himin faith.His protection to share, 
pass-ion Hischil-dren to hear; When He tells us we may cast at Hisfeet ev'ry care, 
loves them theirsorrowconfide; With asympathizingh 
need-ingwe'llsure-ly re-ceive; In the ful r 



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What al^almfonhe weary !Oho\v sweet tobe there! Blessed hour of pray'r.BIessed 



ring flow'tsi 
■scape o'c?. 




Refuge. 



23o 



Whea I Walk in Qod'a Clear Sunlight. 




L Je - eaa, Lov . er oJ my eoul, Let me to TUy bo-som fly. 

2. 0th -er reJ-Qgehavel none.Hangsmyhelplesasoulo.n Thee 

3. Thou.O Christ.art all 1 want^oundleeslov© in Thee. I find; 

4. Plenteoua grace with Thee IS foiind, Craceto pardon all my ain! 

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1. When I walk in God's clear sunlight, With its beau-ty beam . ug fair. 

2. Tho' a*mid thedeep-estd&rk- oess, L may sure -ly trust the Lord i 

3. Tho' all frienil-iliips may be bro • ken, And the hand o( death be laid, 

4. When to me shall come the glo • ry Of the heav'n-ly man-aiona bngh^ 



Whilfttha bll . lows near me roll. While the tem-pest still is high; 

Leave, oh, leave me not». lone. Still support and cbmlort me. 

Raise the fall . en, cheerthe(alnt,Healtheelck,and lead the blind. 

Let the heal- ing8treara8abonnd;MakeaDd keepme pure within. 




Or whenihad^iwsaasm td gath-er, I may see Him ev • 'ry-wbere. 

He hath nev-er yet for ■ eak . en. He wiU keep Hia pram-isiil word. 

In His migliiand love con -fid -Ing, I shall never be a • fraid. 

Still the song I shall be sing- ing, In that home of pure de -light: 



Hide me, oh, my Sav-lor, hide, Tin the storm ol lile Is past; 
'All my trust on Thee is stayed,AH my help from Theel bring: 
Just and ho - ly is Thy nwne,PrinceoJpeaceandrlghteonBnees, 
ThonoJ lile the fountain art; Free -ly let me Uke of T^ee- 




Safe In - to the ha-ven gtilde;0h,re-C6lve my soul at laat. 
CoT-ermy de-fenae-leaa head With the shad-ow of Thy wing. 
M<^8t on-worth-y. Lord.l am; Thou art full of love and grace 
Spring Thou up with-in my heart, Blseto aU e-ter-nl-ty 




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Swoet hourof prayer 1 1 

Maj I tby c 

TtU, from Mount Pisgah's lofty belfcht, 

' take my flight: 
Thia robo of 6 

the everlMling pnxe ; 
ihoQt, wbile paMlDg tbroQgb tbe^,' 



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231 

. Biujon.v . - words aou Miihicny iu.i.raiu.Dvnd 



I WANT TO BE A WORKER. 

Words aoO Miihic hy 1. BALrcKU.. t>v pft 



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a work-ei (or the Lord, I 



E and trust Hisholy 



3 [ watu to be a wurkrt stioitg and orave.I want (o irusi in Jesus'pow'r to 
4. I want to be aworlci.'r,hclp,me,l.or(l,Tf^ lead the lost atideitingtothf 



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In m» beauty dressed, with His 



, In the hap • 



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wojd, I want to sing and pray, bo bus ■ y ev - 'ry day. In the 

way I'hat leads to heav.'n a^bove, where all is peace and fove. In the 

save, All who will tSu • )y come, shall find a hap ■ py home. In the 

word, Thatpointsto joyl pn high, where pleaaurci nev-er die, In th^ 









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Lord. I 
kingdom of the Lord. 
kingdom of the Lord, 
kingdom of the Lord. 



I will pray, In the 



will work and pray. 



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vfhe-yard, in the vine yard of the Lord, (of the Lord.) I vi\U 



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- 'ry day In the vitie-yaid of 



WONDERFUL GRACE. 

Rev W H. BuRRELr. Rev I Baltzei.1, by per 



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I SURRENDER ALL. 



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1 'Tis grace I "ti* grace 1 'tis wonderful grace 1 This great salvation brings . The 

2 'Tis grace 1 'tis grace 1 "us wondei-ful grace I Which Saves the bbul fmm sm ,Thc 

3 'Tis gi-ace I'lis grace I "lis wonderful grace I lis streams are full and free. Are 

4 Ti.s grac^l 'tis grace I 'lis wop-derful grace 1 Which bears the sout above . Tha 

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soul de liv eied of us toad. In sweei est rap lure sings 
pow'i of ris nig e vil slays, And reigns su premeviih-ni 

flow ing now foi all the race . Thty e ven flow (or me 
light which gleams (rom Je . sus' lace Is rap lure, peace, and love 
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Worldly 
All 10 
Lei me 



I snt ren der. All to Hif 

I sur ren del. 'huih biy ai His feel 1 bo' 

all for sak en, Take me. Je sus. lake me no 

I sur ren der. Make me.Sav iour. v.hol ly Th.r 

Ho ly Spir it. Tru ly know that Thou art mii 









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grace I ii, giacel Klo. ing >,ill (ree I, for me 

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Allio Jesus I suirenuei. ; All lo Jesus I surrender, 

lx>rd. I give myself to Thee. Now 1 feel the satred fiame i 

F;|I me Ailh Thy love and power. O ihe %y ol full salvation. 

liCtThy blessing fall on me Clory, g]or> to His nunc 



MISSIONARY HYMN. 

RBeiKiLD nessB. Lowell M. 



23^ 



SHINING SHORE. 




They call ns to do H» • et Their land from er ■ tor'schain 

The hea • thea tn his blind - nes3 Bows down to wood and stooe. 

Till earth's re - mot - est na - tioa Has learned Mes-si • ah's name. 

Re- deem • er, King, Cre • a • tor, ' In bliss re - tarns to reigp. 




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/Lad, just be- fote, the shining shore We may al- me 

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1. Wei -come, dc light- fol mom, Thon day of ra - cied resti 

2. Now may the King de scend. And fill his throne with grace 



1 heard the voice ol _ „ 

I heard the voice ol Je - sua aajs "Be - hold I Iree - ly give' 
I heard the voice ol Je-ene say, "1 am this dark world's LIgb 




O Worship the King. 



Shall be Like Hi 



LYONS.— F. J. Hav 



233,. 

1 WhenlshallreachthemorcPXcelleutglury.Andullmy trials are passed, 



grate-ful - !y 
Yul care what ton^e can re-clte? It breathes Id the 







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Help us to praise; Fa- ther! all ■ glo • n -oas, er all vic- 

Oor pray'r at-tend: Come, and Thy peo • pie bless. And give Thy 

In this (fladhour: Thou, who al-mi(;ht-y art. Now fule in 

• "■ ' ' -es-ty May we in 



1. My hope is built OD nothinglessTbanJesus'bloodandnghUonsiiess; I 

2. When darkness seems to veil his face, I rest on His unchanging grace; In 

3. His oath, His covenant and blood, Support me in the whelmue flood; When 





dare not trust the sweetest frame, Bnt wholly lean on Jesus' name. 
ev'ry highandstormygale.Mya ■ * ■■ • " - • -^ 
ind my soul Elves way. He ^ 



FEDERAL STREET. LM. 

H. R. Ourm. 



1. Orcatwutheday.tbe joy wasgreat,WbeiithebeIoveddia - ci- plea met; 

2. Wh»t|ill»,wh»l mir-» - cles be gave— Thepow'rtokUl, thepow'rlo save! 
" " *^e9cntthechampionAiortb,Fromeasttowest,fniDBOntbtonortb; 

•of the bo-ly war, Of whatalmighi-y forcethey are, 





Alld ontbeUbaMlatheSpii • 
Famished Iklir (Willi with woudrons words,lD3tead 



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THE GOSPEL BELLS. 



8. W. M. 


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1, The Gos-pel bells are ring . ing 
a IbeGos-pelbella in - vile U3 
3. The Go3-pel bells are joy - fol, 

W4 1 i; ; 8 T it g 


O-ver land from «ea to sea; 
To a feast pre -pared for all; 
As they ech - o far and wide, 


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234 



SAFELY THROUGH ANOTHER WEEK 

»To.v. Arr. ky L M<ao:<. 



1. Sate ■ ly thro' an - otb - er week. God hasbroiightus oo cm 

2. Whilewe pray foi pard'ninsorace,Tbro' ihedeor ke-deemet's 

3. Here 'vecoracTliy name to praise ;Ul iis feel Thy pres-eoe 
4 May the gos- pel's joy - fol sonod Con-^uer sin - oers, 



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Bless -ed news of free sal • va • tion , Do tbey of- fer yoa aad me. 
Do not slight the in - vi - ta - tion, Nor re • ject the gra-cioos call. 
Bear - ing notes of per - feet par • don, Thro* a Sav • ior cru • ci - d&d. 





*'For God BO loved the world That His oo • ly Son He gave, 
*'I am l*« bread of life; Eat of Me, thou ban-gryaoal, 
"Good ti-diiiga of great joy To all peo - pie I do bring, 



oow a blessiDK seek. Wait-inii in Hisiuurta to - day, 

Show Thy rec - oo - i-il - ed fate. Take a - nay our siu and shame 

May Thy glo - ry meet our eyes. Whilewe in 'Thy Uonse ap -pear; 

Miike the fruita of grace a ■ boiiod.Rriugr* - lief to all cooi-plaiQia 




Who -»- e'er be-liev 
Tho' your mdb be ted 
Ud • to you i8 born 



I Ev • er - last - ing life shall 

3, They shall be as wbit« as wool." 

■, Which isChriat the Lord and Kipg.'* 



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Day of 'all the week the best, Ein;blem of e ■ ter ■ nal rest. 
From our world -ly cares' set free. May we rest this day io Thee, 
Here af- ford os, Loid, a laste Of our ev ■ er last- ing feast. 
Thus may all oar Sabbathaprove.Till we joiu IheChnrcb a • bove. 



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Day of all the week the best, Em-blem of e- ter - oat rest. 

Froui our wnrUl- ly cares set free. May we rest < his day iu The 

Here af- lord us. l.oid. a tiiste Of our ev - er - last - ing feaat, 

Thns may all our SaU-hathsprove, Till we join tbeChurcha- bove. 




Copyright. 1699, bj W H. XXmbc. Dsed by ^. 



•II Oo Where You Want Mc to Go. 235 



Keep Close to Jesus. 




1. It may not be on 

2. Perhaps to day there arelovingiordsW 
"ssurely loine-»h«e a low - ly place, ' 



1. W ben you start for the land of heav-en ■ ly rest. Keep close .t 

2. Nov - er mind the storms or tri - als aa you go, Keep close t 

3. To be safe from the dajte of the e - vij one, Keep close f 

4. We shall reach our home in heav-en by and by. Keep close i 




It may not be at thebat tie's frontMy Lord will haveneedol 
There may be now in thepaths of sin Somewand'rer who 
Where I may la-bor thro' life'sshortday For Je-sus the 



I all the way; For He is the Guide, and He knows the wa'y best, 
all the way; 'Tis a com -fort and joy His fa -vortoknow, 
all thp way; Take the shield of faith till the ' ' 
alJ the way; Where to those we love we'll never say good-by, 








Nearer, My God, to Thee 

(BETHANY 6 4.) 



Nothing but Leaves. 



1. Noth ing but leaves! The Spirit prieves O'er years of wasted life; O'er 
a. Noth-ing but leaves! No gathered jhtaiaOf life's fair ripeningiraii; Wo 

3. Noth-ingbut leaves I Sad mem'ry weaves No veil to hide the past ; And 

4. Ah, who shall tbustbeMas-ter meet, And briDg but witl 




1 Ni^ar - er, m y God 10 thee, Near-cr to thee. E'en Iho' 
2. Tho'likea wan-der-er, The sun gone. Inwn, Darkness 
;i. There let the itay appe.ir Steps unto lieov'n ; All lli:il ll 

4. Then with my waking lho\s, Bnghl with iliv pi aisc, < lut f.f i 

5. Or if, on joy-ful wing, Cleavinj; ilic >ky. Sun, moon 




V - - r* 

slept, O'er vows and prom-ia-es iin-kept, 
WBe(Ja,-Words,i. c/ie words, for earnest deeds- 
trace our wea-ry way, AndcounteachloBtandmisspentday 
the Sav-iors feet, Be -fore the awful judgmeo 



1 my song shall be. Near-er. my Uod to tliee 
le, Yet in my dreams I'd be. Nenr-er, my Gud to Ibee 
In raer-cy gir'n: An-gels to beck-on m£ Ncar-cr, my God to ihce 
Beth-el I'll rai.se; So by my woes to be Near-cr, my God to thee 

! my song shall be, Near-er, my God to thee 




We ead.Iy find ; 

Lay down for polden sheave, 



i leaves! Nothing but leaves! 



come, ye Disconsolate. g 3 g aU HaU the Power of Jem«' Namet 



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From earth to heav' 

No fee for then 
Thro" tun-nels dark, and drear-y nere, it aoes itie way to glo - ry 1 

All you who would to glo - ry ride, Must come to Christ, la HLm a • 



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Sing Unto the Lord. 



And *tifl good enough for me. 

7 :|1:It vlU take U8 home to heaven,:! 

And 'tie good enough for ma. 



» Come, then, poor sinner. noWs the l6 And then to glory we will go. 
At any station on the line; (time, | With all on board as white as snow; 

Jt you repent and turn from sin, , So ring the bell, and start the train,' 

The train will stop and take you la. I And run It through In Jeeua' name. 

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2. His wondrou 

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The Cleansing Wave 



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1, '-Near-er tbecrossl-niy heart can say, J am com tog near er. Nearer the 
I 2. Near-er the Christian's mer cy seat. I- am coming Dear er, Feasttog my 
I 3. Near-er In pray' r my hope as plrea. I am com ing near cr. Dcep-er 



1. Oh. tow I Bce Iho trim son wave, Tho foun-laio deep 

2. I rise lo walk in bcaVo-aowo lighl A hove the world 

3. A max- ing grace!" lis hcav'o be - low To know the blood i 

4. Oh. iruBt His grace 'and prove His powr la sin though deep 




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We Walls by Faith. 



1. By childlike faitli in Cbrlsl, Ibe Lord, We have from sin «al - v« ■ lion^ 

i Howsimpla In the way of lite, 'Tis on - ly lo be lieve Bim. 

3 Tbro" Je-flUB' death the debl was paid. Not feel- ing. nor e mo lion. 

4 We walk by faith and not by eight, How grand ia tbia re teal ingl 




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I wondered J Chnsllhe Redeemer Could s ^ „.„„„, ,.„„ ,„„ 

And the tho't Ulnd my heart with sadness, Tltrs'i no tope for a sinner like me 
Saying Christ the Redeetrter has pow-er To save a poor sinner like me. 

My heart He filled with His praises, And saved such a sinonr like me 

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By ful ly iniBt ing io His word, We pass fr< 
Twill end your BOr-row and your etrife If you w 
On Ulm our ein and guilt was laid; O. give Hi 
Tift God'9 own way.aod must be right, 'Ti3 wrong i 



^alkinff. j6 Then listen, poor wandering ainoer 
ing in me. To a message so tender and true 

ilin^. That Christy the dear loving Savior, 










Oh, How I Love Jesus. 








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How can you re ject Htm" Ha ahed His blood for 

Will you not love Je - sus. When first He loved e'en 

Come while Be is wail ing. Ere Ho may turn from 




That He can 
6 .|l:Now Jesua will save you, :||i I 8 U.Sing hallelujah,'.||: 

Bsllare and iou are free.. I . .To Jesus, Loni, »nd KtOft 



My Title's Clear. 

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Art Thou Di-iftingP 




He bids tbcpuill-y now draw ncAr, Re peat, be-lie^e. dismiss IbeiT feflr. 
Oil, yes! He did sal vn ■ lion bnng, be is my Prupbel, Pneai, ^ud Kid^;. 

ITarV, bftrk, whntprecionp w'>rd3l bear, Mer-cy's free. Mer-cy's free. 
And DOW my hap - py wool cad sing, Mer-cy's free. Mer-cy'a free. 



ngbtas day. Oh, how they sweet-Iy sing, " Wor-thy is our 
an ool die On, Ihen. to glo - ry run: Be a crown and 
Why siill df lay? Ob, wo shall hap -py be When from sin and 




rKing."Loud let Hie prais es ring,Prais©. praise for aye! 
; And bright, a - bove the sun, Reign ev - er-mpre. 
. Lord. WQ shall dwell wiih Thee. Blest ev - er-more. 




Blessed AsBuranoe. 339 yield not to Temptation. 




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Softly aod len der- ly Jes-ua is calhing, Call-iDg for you and for me; 
^\T)j sboQld we tBiry when Jesus is* pleifding, Pleadios for you and fbr me? 
Time i3 now fleeLJDg, the inomeDtsarspa^ini:, Pa&siog from yoQ and from vat 
Oh, for the woodcr-ful love He has proniis d, Proniis'd for you and for mei 



I The field is grcflt. the grain is white, The day is fad - ing £h • to 
2. Go forth, and reap with will - iog hands, The golden graJB a • wait - ing 
' w. There's much for will-ing hands to 



3. Go forth, tbo la • bor - 



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See, 00 the por-tals He's wairioR and watching, Watching for yoo find f-ir mc 
"ftTiy should we linger and heed not His nvehries. Mer cies for you and for rac? 
Softdows are gathering, deathbeds are comiDp, Coni-ing for you and for me. 
Tho' wc have siniled He has mercy and pardon. Par dou tor yon and for rue 







The, Lord St W - vest need-cth thee. 






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What a Friend. 



What fa friend wa have lo Jo 



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God Id prayorl 



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1 My FaUjer la ricli In lous-ca imd laixls. Ho liuld iili ibuvcalil 

2 My Fa-iIicrsp«nSoD, Uic Sav lor of mcu. Oucc wander'd oereanlj 

3. I ODcc ««8 an oul ■ cast slwagcr on catib, A sin ncr by cholw 

4. A toni or » col lage. wljy sliouldl CuretThcy'reljiiildiasa pal a 



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2 Have we irlnls arKril-mpt'XtioQS? I 3 Arc we weak aotThwivy laden. 

Is tbcrci rouble nnywIicrcT I Cumbcied niih a load of carcT 



■We aboiilJ never be discouraged, 
' Take ll lo il>c I-ord in pmycr. 
Cno we find a friend bo fHiUiful, \ 
Who will alljOur sorrows shnrc? 



Precious iSavioiir. fitill our rcfuge.- 

Tnkc ii lo ihe Lord io pra>er. 
Do thy fiicnds dc<pisc, forsake theet 



,Tftkelt tollic Lord lo prajer . ' • Tbou i 

Rock of Ages. 



•.orld In 111- bands' Of ru Uosaud diamonds, of sil ■ vet mid jold, )1„ 

poorest of Item. Dul no« He U 'rclBomg for ev .« on lilgb Andvvil' 

• • hen by binli' Dui I've been a ■ dopled. njy name's «Tiuen i)own,-An 

mo o • ver iberelTlio' tx iled from liome, yet siill I mdy sing: AU 

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nock or A - pS cleft for me. Let me IjkIo div self in 
?. Be of slo ihe dou ■ bio cure, Sa^e from wraih aiifl inikc mt 

^ ^ ^ *■ 2 Cuuld my Iciirs forever flow. 



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child or aKInslWilLJe su. u,y Savior. I oi U.e cUld of ^ . K^gr 
t , •*• ■ m . »• m "P' 1*".^^ n When I rise to worlds iioknown. , . •^.. '* ' -0- 1 — -^- ♦- -^-j -* - -.- ^. » .^ -•■.'« 



e my self In Tlies. 

Shall I be Saved To-night? 



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1. Jo • SU3 Is pleading with my poor aoul. Shall I be saved to ni^'bl' 

3. Je . eu8 was nnllcd to the cros3 for me. Shall I be saved to-'nigblT 

8. Je.- sua U knock-iug at my. po(3r heart. Shall I be saved to nlghiT 

4 What If Ibat voice I should bear no more^ Shall 1 be saved to night? 



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Sball I be saved lo-oigblf 

How can my beart so ud- grate -ful be? Blinll I bo saved toniglil? 

Wbat If Ills splr • it sbouW now de • part? Sball I be saved lo-iiigbt? 

(Juick ly Ml ■ pen tbis bolt . ed door. Save me, O Lord, lo-niglil 



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Shall I go OD Id the old. old wnjr. Or shnll I be paved lo-oighi? 

CaT» I the pleasures of earth re • «rigD? Oh, shall I be saved to-olgbtT 

Sball I re - jcctHiim— a frieDd so dear? Oh. shall I be saved to-night? 

Now let Thy p'ork Id my soul be - gin. For 1 will be saved to-oigbt. 



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or Je-siis and Hi- love- 



Sflentfy the^shades^of evening ^ ^ ^ 24- 1 Sweetly sing the love of Jesus. . 



2. O the lost, the 

3. Liv • ing in the 

4. How Buch h- ' 



• riing Gath • er 

ten, Thoogb the world bo oft tor got! 
Where our Epir - it* on ■ ly blend- 
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1 Sweel-ly sing the love of Je • bus! Love (or you and love for : 

2. Glad-ly sing the love of .le • eus! Let us lean up - on His I 

3. Ev - er eing the love of Je - eusl Let the day bo dark 




Pi - lent - ly »hey\ bring be - fore me Fac - ee 
the shroud - ed' and ihe lone-ly' Id our hearts they perish 
They, un - hnked with earth - ly trouble, We, Btill hop-iog for ita 
Point ■ ing up lo that (ar heav • en We may hope to gain at 



light is not more cheer-ing. Heaven's dewa are not 

1 grieve us? If He beep op. what 

pain and ev - ery eor • row Bring Hfa own to Him 

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1 More like Je eus would I be, Let ray Sav- 

2 U He bears the ra-ven'a cry. If His ev - er watch fjl 
Je • SU3 when I pray. More like Je sua day by 



1 Res-cue the pcr-ish-ing, Care for ihe dying. Snatch them In pit-y from 
2. Tbo they are alighting Him, Still He is waiting, Wait-ing the pen - i - tent 

3 Down ih the human heart, Crushed by the tempter. FeeHngs He buried that 

4 Rea-cue the per-ish-ing, Dfi ■ ly deoiaDda it; Strength for thy labor the 




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By aim- ply truat- Ing in Hia word. He keepa me pure and 

He ^lla m; aoul wiui n|>)it-<?oiJB-ness, Aad pu • 

The fa- Uier ffve - ly g'ves tu t»c.Sii.<-.r Cliriat 

Who took thee in ihy sin- I 




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, K-e dotU ^i«e,'Tis thro' thia hope Djy aoal tfbolt li^v. 
Dead u» my-atif. a - Itv© to him, 1 couot all loss his rest to gaio. 
Let ftU my powera my fiOQl em-ploy, To teU the world my peace aad joy. 




In the Hour of Tiial. %tA\ There is a fountain filled with blood 






' tri - al, Je-aus, plead tor me; Lest by bnse de- Di • 
1 pleas urea Wftuld this vaiL world diarm; Or its sor-did tre&s- 
SbouldThy mercy eead me Sor-row, toil and woe; Or_pbould pain artend ma 
■\VLen my last boui cometh, Ftaught witb elnle aLd pain, \Vben my duat re-turn - tth 



-I de-pan from Thee. .When Tlwu see'st me wa - ver. Wilh a. look re - 
Spread to work oie harm; Bring to oiy re mero-bniDce Sad Gelb-sem-a - 

On my palb be low, Grant tbat I may lev - er Kail Thy hand to 

To the dust a gain; On Thy truth re - ly - iug, Tbxo' that mor-tal 

■ f-T-T'^ :^'S' ,*— -^-■^ris ^^&-rt-^'5^«"— , " Wai'hed ail my'sh^ ai^a" ""' 




mern-braDM Sad Gelb*sem-i 

Dev - er Kail Thy band to 2 The dying thief rejoiced to see 



by faith I saw the 

Thy flowing wounde flupply. 
Redeeming love hap been my th 

Andehalibetillldie. 
5 And when thi*. lispmg, stammering tongue. 

Lies silent in the grave. 
Then, in a nobler. s>\eeier aonjr 



Take my Life and let it Be. 





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It. O Lamb of (loj I < 
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Just as lam; Thou .. 

"Wilt welcome, pardon, clenose. rellevei 
Becnnse Tby promlae I believe, 
O Uub of OmII 1 1 




Gather at the River. 






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SbaU we gath-er at the i 
On the mu-gLn of tbe i 
Ere we reach the shiaLog i 
Soon we'll roach the sU-ver i 



, Where bright ao • gel feel have 
, Dash.- log up iu hU - ver ; 
; Lay wv -ev - &cy. bur-dpo down; 
', Soon our pU - grim-age will 




I.Love di- vine, all love ex-cell 'Ing, Joy of heav'o, to earth come dowol 

2. B^ttUl^O brekUUThj^lov - tngSpir-U Id lo ev • 'ry troub ted breast) 

3. Corae.AI-might-y to de-Uv-er. Let ua all Thy life re-cel«i 
'4. FiQ - ish then Thy new ere - a - tlon; Pure and spot- leis let 




its crys-tal tide for ev • er Flow-iiig by thelhroneol God? 
We wULwalk and wor-sUp e? • er, All the bap/- py, gold • en day. 
sptr-tta wili de • Uv - er, And pro- vide a robe anc 
1 will quiv • er With the mei • o • dy of 



FU in U3 Thy hum- ble dwelling; All Thy falth-f 

Sud-den-Iy re - turn, and nev-er, Nev-er more Thy lera ■ pie 

Let us see Thy great sal • va^-tion, Per-fect-ly re - stored in Theot 




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Take a- way our bent to sin-oing; Al-pha and O • me - ga be; 
Thee we would be al • ways blesalng, Servo Thee as Thy hosts a • bov&, 
» glo • ry in • to glo • ry, Till in heav'o we take our \ 



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The Loi-d's our Rock, In Him we bide; A ehel - ter in the tim^ < 

2. A bhade by day, de-fence by ni^ht, A shel-lerin the time of i 

3. The rag • Ing storm may round us beat, A shel • ter in the time of s 

4. O Rock di ■ vine, O Ref • uge dear, A shel • ter in the time c 





111 be - tide, A shel-ter in the tin 

- fright, A ehel-ter in the time -of storm: 
hel-ter In thp time of storm 1 



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rala-ing Praia -es to our King, All we have, we ot - for: 
ra - tioo Bend-ing low the linee: Thou for our re • demp ■ lion 
laat-ing Are Ibjr glo • ries there. Where no pain, or eor ■ row. 




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What Will Yoiir Harvest Be? S-46 How firm a FoundatioiC., 



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1. This is the gold - en seed - lime 

2. So- -ing the seeds of sor - row, 

3. Wh«t of yooj ,B«J, be . lav . ed, 

4. Bim-est :.nd taitb-fol to>l --em. 


What will the har -vest yield? 
Plant -ing the thorns of wrong. 

Bear -ing the pre - ciouj seed, 


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1. How firm a foun • da tioo. ye salnta of Ihe Lord. Is laid for ywr 

3. Fear not. I am with thee, O be not dis ■ mayed. For I am Uy 

3. "WheDtbro' tbedeep wa - lers I call thee to go, The riv - ere ol 

4, "The soul that oo Je - sus hath leaned for re pose. I will not, I 




Glory to Jesus, He Saves. «4fc7 

I 1. Clo- ry tff Jp -"ui who «Jicd on ihe tree. PnlJ the i'i>iii price that my 
I -i. Once In my /leort ^here was sin anj Uc epair, Now thf dm- s.i» -wuf liim 
1 3 Come lh«Q, ye wei-ry. wbo loog to be free, Come Ui the Sav-lor, He > 



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The nails of shame were driv^;n, ITie blood flow'd from His aide; 

But God Ei3 Fa - tber, raised him, Tri - ompb-rjit, from tho dead; 

And shon't, ba - bnld thn bride-groom. Put oo your car - me'nts faif^ 



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How can I but Love Him? 



fK lost and TO - in'd sin - DCrs, To sof - fer and to • dif 
He cried, O God, for - give them, ind bowed his head and dif 
Obi glo - ry hal - le - In -jab. Now death is 



When My Saviour I Shall See. 



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, , Br!"id old sto ry. Of „„ .„,„ „„„ 

How to Cal - va ry they led Him, As the crosa He 
To the cross they ■-■'-'• -— ^■-- •-• ■ ■ 




Onward, Christian Soldiers! 2'4'3 




My Redeemer Lives 



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TOPICAI. INDEX. 



(The C. G. Songs, p. 1 ) 



Abiding: 31, 56, 66, 90, 103, 114, 122, 

'l52, 227, 243, 244. 
Acceptance: 6, 20, 49, 64, 123, 169, 

212, 214. 
Assurance: 31, 35, 149, 218, 219, 239, 

240, 244, 246, 248. 
Aspiration: 211, 212, 216, 250. 
Atonement: 21, 22, 30, 47, 70, 214, 

247. 
Awakening: 5, 16, 71, 216, 242, 251. 

Bible: 106, 143, 178, 246. 
Bible Readings: 197 to 206. 
Blood: 85, 221, 223, 240, 244, see Sal- 
vation. 

Children: 17, 29, 41, 63, 107, 120, 139, 

209, 214, 236, 227, 234, 239. 
Choruses: 12, 25, 38, 48, 57, 70, 139, 

140, 144, 148, 150, 156, 162, 163, 
168, 172, 176, 184, 1S6, 188, 190, 
192. 

Christ: 3, 22, 98, 119, 126, 156, 209, 

216. 
Christmas: 4, 100, 230. 
Closing— Parting: 105, 141, 222, 227, 

228, 234, 241. 
Coming of Christ: 67, 72, 75, 91, 119, 

141, 219, 228, 233. 
Confession see Testimony. 
Consecration: 15, 32, 56, 108, 131, 134, 

160, 176, 183, 215, 231, 235, 244. 
Cross: 160, 173, 200, 210, 217, 237 

244, 250. 
Crown: 40, 246, 250, see Reward. 

Death (Funeral): 7, 75, 109, 217, 218^ 
220, 223, 227, 230, 235, 245, 250. 



Devotional: 56, 98, 118, 210, 212, 214, 

223, 242. 
Duets: 6, 7, 36, 66, 69, 72, 73, 81, 87, 

89, 95, 117, 119, 121, 127, 130, 131, 

132, 149, 158, 160, 167, 168, 170, 

178. 

Encouragement: 159, 220, 227, 239, 

243, 244, 250, see Victory. 
Entreaty: 117, 138, 219, 239, 244, 250. 

Father: 26, 35, 220, see God. 

Faith, Trust: 6, 34, 81, 116, 174, 210, 

211, 216, 237. 
Fellowship, Communion: 53, 58, 65, 

66, 84, 103, 121, 128, 130, 152, 210, 

223, 240, 242, 250. 
Following: 26, 53, 135, 179, 216, 221, 

228, 230, 234, 235. 

Giving: 15, 215, 231, 242. 
God: 81, 111, 147, 249, see Father. 
Grace: 72, 165, 168, 231. 
Guidance: 23, 26, 52, 69, 121, 146, 163, 
179, 210, 217, 228. 

Harvest: see Sowing, Reaping. 

Heaven : 7, 44, 55 73, 80, 96, 125, 132, 
155, 182, 223, 226, 247. 

Healing: 2, 32, 54, 214, 246. 

Helper: 38, 226, 239, 251, see Mis- 
sionary. 

Holy Spirit: 19, 50, 138, 145, 107, 220, 
241, 245. 

Home: 7, 90, 210, 249. 

Hope: 33, 68, 104, 110, 180. 

Invitation: 1, 20, 51, 92, 102, 111, 135, 
138, 140, 150, 161, 172, 213, 244. 



TOPICAL INDEX. 

(The C. G. Sonps, p. 2.) 



Jesus: 18, 20, 29, 34, 49, 56, 65, 66, 
108, 112, 114, 116, 123, 130, 189. 

Joy: 29, 36, 164, 177, 221, see Sun- 
i^liinc. 

Judgment: 88, 133, 171, 217. 

Light: 30, 45, 94, 101, 210, 221, 223. 
Lord: 38, 105, 163, 168, 209, 245. 
Love: 36, 47, 115, 211, 221, 245. 

Male Choruses: 194, 195, 196. 
Marchmg: 12, 24, 27, 46, 48, 156, 248. 
Missionary: 5, 10, 70, 112, 142, 232, 
234, 239, 212. 



National: 24, 225. 

Opening Bongs: 15, 
241. 



16, 22, 71, 183, 



Pardon: 89, 90, 169, 219, 241, 248, 

249. 
Parting: see Closing. 
Peace: 11, 47, 49, 74, 90, 212, 232, 

241. 
Power: 85, 98, 159, 233, 236, 241. 
Praise: 2, 9, 22, 42, 62, 136, 139, 147, 
. 177, 221, 241, 249. 
Prayer: 1, 58, 170, 210, 211, 213, 230, 

241. 
Promise: 33, 34, 35, 64, 76, 106, 158, 

223, 234, 236. 
Purity: 20, 30, 85, 134, 210, 213, 214, 

237, 248, 250. 

Quartets: 11, 26, 39, 43, 47, 52, 74, 
78, 98, 108, 133, 138, 140, 151, 153, 
163, 168, 169, 175, 180, 189. 

Repentance: 123, 210, 219, 240. 
Resurrection: 46, 55, 75, 76, 97, 148, 
162. 



Reward: 40, 76, 112, 113, 126, 217. 
Rest: see Peace. 

Sabbath: 212, 232, 234. 

Safety, Security, Trusting: 211, 213, 

217, 223, 225, 228, 230, 233, 235. 
Salvation: 54, 151, 218, 237. 
Savior: 23, 92, 99, 209, 217, 218, 243, 

245, 247. 
Shepherd: see Guidance. 
Soldier: 16, 24, 82, 238, 248, see 

^.larching, Warfare. 
Solos: 5, 2I, 32, 34, 40, 41, 44, 49, 64, 

69, 72, 78, 87, 88, 90, 95, 90, 98, 101, 

110, 112, 117, 120, 126, 129, 133, 

143, 153, 166, 168, 170, 171, 178, 

180, 182, 186, 197, etc. 
Sowing, Reaping: 186, 228, 235, 239, 

246. 
Sunshine: 14, 28, 63, 77, 95, 175, 218, 

230. 

Temperance: 192, 239. 

Testimony, Confession: 2, 18, 21, 89, 

93, 115", 130, 211, 226. 
Trust: 61, 73, 78, 79, 148, 226. 

Victory: 24, 57, 59, 83, 174, 184, 188, 

Watchfulness: 12, 25, 67, 91, 217, 224. 
Warfare: 24, 38, 82, 137, 159, 184, 

238, 242, 248. 
Warning: 25, 122, 127, 133, 171, 238, 

249. 

AVelcome: see Opening Songs. 
Work: 5, 41, 60, 70, 124, 153, 154, 

156, 181, 231, 225, 251. 
Worship: 183, 211, 225, 233, 234, 

235, 241, 249, 250. 



RESPONSIVE BIBLE READINGS. 



Following Jesus : 200. 

General Subjects (Pardon, Peace, 

Purity, Power, Praise, Promises; 

197. 
Heaven: 204. 
Holy Spirit: 205 



Marching to Victory, Warfare : 203. 

Prayer: 198. 

Prodigal Son : 206. 

Second Coming : 199. 

Sowing Seed: 201. 

Word of God: 202, 

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INDEX 

(titles only.) 
(The C. G. Songs.) 



Abide With Me 227 

Abiding in Him 243 

A Bright Tomorrow 180 

A Charge to Keep I Have 208 

Ahira 225 

All for Jesus 215 

All Hail the Power 236 

All the Way Long it is Jesus 233 

A Little Talk With Jesus 227 

Always Go to Jesus 66 

A Message of Love 36, 37 

Am I a Soldier? 238 

Angels Hovering Round 215 

Angels, Sing on 100 

Arise, My Soul, Arise 216 

Art Thou Drifting 238 

Ashamed of Jesus 219 

A Sinner Like Me 237 

A Story Sweet and True 247 

At the Fountain 213 

Awake, My Tongue, Thy Tribute Bring . . 71 

Away to the Promised Land 155 

A Work for Me 124 

Balerma,C.M 211 

Battle Hymn of the Republic 24 

Beautiful Beams of Sunshine, 175 

Beautiful Homeland 96 

Beautiful Star of the Blest 4 

Because He Loves Me So 118 

Behold a Stranger at the Door 207 

Behold, I Stand at the Door 117 

Believe and Receive 13 

Better Farther On 33 

Bid Him Come In • 161 

Bible Readings (See Index) 251 

Blessed Assurance 239 

Blessed Be the Name 221 

Blessed Holy Spirit (Duet) 145 

Blessed Hour of Prayer 229 

Blessed Is He That Endureth 158 

Blessed Jesus, Keep Me White 248 

Blest Be the Tie 207 

Bound for the Beautiful Shore 73 

Boylston 222 

Bringing in the Sheaves 228 

Bring Them In 226 

Bring Them Hither to Jesus 123 

By and By (Bilhorn) 97 

By and By (Black) 162 

Christ is Coming 119 

Christ is Standing on the Shore 3 

Close to Thee 228 

Closing Hymn 241 

Come, Holy Sphit 220 

Come, Let Us Lift Our Voices 215 

Come, Sound His Praise 220 

Come, Spirit, Come 50 

Come, Thou Fount 207 

Come, Thou Almighty King 233 

Come to Jesus 207 

Come UntoMe 64 

Come, We that Love the Lord 177, 207 

Come, Ye Disconsolate 236 

Come, Ye Sinners Poor and 238 

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Consecration . . . . 
Could I Tell It... 
Cross and Crown. 



Dare to Stand Like Joshua . 

Depth of Mercy (2Ari) 

Doing His Will 

Down at the Cross 

Doxology 

Drifting Away From God . . 
Drifting With the Tide 



Even Me 

Every Day and Hour . 



Face to Face 

Fade, Fade, Each Earthly Joy . . . 

Faith is the Victory 

Faith of Our Fathers 

Fear Thou Not 

Federal Street 

Fill Me Now 

For Every Good and Perfect Gift . 
Forward Be Our Watchword . . . . 

From Greenland's 

From Every Stormy Wind 



Gather at the River 

Germany, L. M 

Glory and Honor 

Glory to God, Hallelujah 

Glory to Jesus, He Saves 

Glory to Jesus 

Go, Bring Them Back 

Go Forth, Go Forth 

GodBe With You 

God Calling Yet 

Guide Me, Oh Thou Great Jehovah . . 

Grace Abounding 

Great Was the Day (Federal Street) . 



Happy In Jesus Alway 

Happy Land 

Hark, Ten Thousand Harps . . . . 

Have Faith in God 

Having Done All, to Stand 

Hear Him Calling*. 

Hear the Joy-Bells Ringing 

Heavenly Sunlight 

Heavenward, Traveler 

Hebron 

He Giveth Power to the Faint . . . 

He is Coming Again 

He Leadeth Me 

He Only Knows 

He Satisfies My Soul 

He That Winneth Souls is Wise . 

He Took Them All Away 

His Yoke is Easy 

Holy, Holy Lord 

Holy Spirit, Faithful Guide 

Home, Sweet Home 

How Can I But Love Him 



225 
21 
207 

159 
220 
131 
210 
222 
249 
127 

227 
103 



126 
185 
174 
216 
152 
233 
208 
62 
12 
232 
225 



245 
215 
191 
136 

247 



222 
111 
228 
165 
233 



215 

81 

82 

102 

164 

77 

113 

222 

243 

72 

179 

43 

9 

5 

214 

211 

249 

241 

210 

247 



INDEX. 

C. G. Songs, p. 2.) 



How Firm a Foundation 

How Sweet the Name 

How Sweet, How Heavenly. . 
How Tedious, How Tasteless. 



I am Coming to the Cross 

I am on the Right Side 

I am Praying for You 

I am Thine, Oh Lord 

1 am Waiting for the Master 

I Can, I Will 

I Can Safely Walk With Jesus 

I Do Believe 

I Hear Thy Welcome Voice 

I Know He is Mine 

I Left it All With Jesus 

I'll Count My Blessings 

I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go . 

I'll Live for Him 

I Love to Steal Away Awhile 

I Love to Tell the Story 

I Must Tell Jesus 

I Need Thee Every Hour 

I Never Will Cease to Praise Him . . 
In the Christian's Home is Glory. . 

In the Cross of Christ I Glory 

In the Hours of Trial 

In the Land of Beauty 

I Shall Be Like Him 

I Shall Hear Those Songs Asain . . . 

Is It Well With Your Soul? 

I Surrender All 

I Want Everybody to Know 

I Want to Be a Worker 

I Want to Go There, Don't You?. . 

I Will Follow Him 

I Will Sing the Wondrous Story . . . 



Jesus.I My Cross (Mozart) . . . 

Jesus is Calling 

Jesus is Leading the Way 

Jesus is Mine 

Jesus is Piloting Me 

Jesus is Tenderly Pleading .... 
Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross . 

JesusKnows 

Jesus, Lover of My Soul 

Jesus, My All 

Jesus of Nazareth Passeth By. . 

Jesus Only 

Jesus, Our Master 

Jesus Paid It All 

Jesus Saves 

Jesus Shall Reign (2) 

Jesus the Way 

Jesus Will Help If You Try 

Joy to the World 

Just a Ray of Sunshine 

Just As I Am 

Just As I Am .... (New Tune) 



Keep Close to Jesus 
Keep On Believing. 



210 

137 

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224 

91 
212 

84 
212 
212 
149 
213 
128 
235 
236 
241 
226 

65 
183 

42 
249 
209 
244 
125 
233 
110 
171 
231 

93 
231 
182 
135 

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Laborers of Christ, Arise (Ahira) 225 

Labor On 154 

Lead. Kindly Light 220 

Lead Me Gently Home, Father 26 



Lead Me, Savior. 

Leaning on the Everlasting Arms. 

Let In the Sunlight Today 

Let Jesus Come Into Your Heart . 

Let Us Arise 

Let Us Walk in the Light 

Let Us Work 

Let Your Light So Shine 



Living Where the Healing Waters Flow 2 

Lo, I am With You Alway 121 

Lonely Hearts to Cherish 60 

Longing for the Sweet By and By 7 

Look Away to Jesus 213 

Look Up 104 

Lord, I Care Not for Riches 242 

Lord, I'm Coming Home 219 

Love Divine 245 

Love for All 220 

Love Supreme 115 

Loving Kindness 221 

Make Way for the King 144 

Mercy's Free 238 

Missionary Hymn 232 

More Like Jesus 242 

More Love to Thee 211 

My Country, 'Tis of Thee 225 

My Faith Looks Up to Thee 210 

My Father Knoweth 35 

My Jesus, As Thou Wilt 214 

My Jesus, I Love Thee 210 

My Mother's Bible 178 

My Redeemer Lives 248 

My Title's Clear 238 

Nearer, My God, to Thee 235 

Nearer the Cross 237 

No, Not One 107 

Not I, But Christ 216 

No Tears in Yonder Home (Male Voices) 196 

Nothing But Leaves 235 

Nothing But the Blood 223 

Not Servants, But Friends 106 

Oh, Could I Speak 212 

Oh, Day of Re.st and Gladness 212 

Oh, For a Faith that 211 

Oh, For a Heart 207 

Oh, Happy Day 221 

Oh, How I Love Jesus 237 

Oh, Lord, Keep Watch Between Us 105 

Oh, Save Me at the Cross 214 

Oh, Tell Me More of Christ 98 

Oh, to Be Like Thee 134 

Oh, Turn Ye (Male voices) 194 

Oh, Wanderer, Return 220 

Oh, Worship the King 233 

Old Hundred 222 

On Jordan's Stormy Bank 226 

One More Day's Work For Jesus 228 

Only a Touch 166 

Only the Best 15 

Only Trust Him 224 

On My Way to Zion 221 

On the Cross (old) 173 

Onward and Upward 48 

Onward, Christian Soldiers 248 

Over There 223 

Parting Song 141 

Pass Me Not 213 

Peace Be Still 74 

Peace is There, Peace is There 11 

Praise God 222 

Praise Ye Jehovah 190, 191 

Precious Name 234 

Prohibition Battle Cry 192, 193 

Redemption 151 

Refuge 230 

Rejoice and Be Glad 229 

Remember Me (Male Voices) 195 

Rescue the Perishing 242 

Responsive Readings . . . (See Index) . . . 251 

Rock of Ages 240 

Rouse, Ye Saints 208 



INDEX. 

(The C. G. Songs, p. 3.) 



Safe in the Arms of Jesus 217 

Safe in Jesus 114 

Safely Thro' another Week 234 

Savior, Blessed Savior 245 

Savior, Pilot Me 23 

Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us 209 

Say, Are You Ready 224 

Seek Him Now 140 

Seeking For Me 214 

Send the Light 142 

Shall I Be Saved Tonight 240 

Shall We Meet 109 

Shining Shore 232 

Show Pity, Lord .' 219 

Silently the Shades 241 

Since I Found My Savior 218 

Since Jesus Spoke Peace to My Soul. ... 90 

Since the Comforter is Mine 167 

Sing Unto the Lord 236 

Softly and Tenderly 239 

Something For Jesus 219 

Sometime, Somewhere 170 

Songs by Night 68 

Sound the Battle Cry 242 

Sowing Seed 186 

Speed Away, Speed Away 10 

Stand Up for Jesus 223 

Step Out on the Promise 234 

Suffer the Children 17 

Sunlight 28 

Sun.shine in the Soul 218 

Sweet Hour of Prayer 230 

Sweet Peace the Gift of God's Love .... 47 

Sweetly Sing the Love of Jesus 241 

Take my Heart, O Father 212 

Take my Life 244 

Tell Me the Old, Old Story 240 

Tell Me the Story of Jesus 120 

That Dear and Blessed Country 44 

The Beautiful Gate 39 

The Beautiful Light 45 

The Best Friend is Jesus (Duet) 130 

The Branch of Healing 32 

The Child of a King 240 

The Cleansing Wave 237 

The Comforter Has Come 19 

The Cross That He Gave 160 

The End of the Journey is Near 52 

The Family Bible 143 

The Gospel Bells 234 

The Gospel Invitation 150 

The Gospel Railroad 236 

The Great Physician 246 

The Half Has Never Yet Been Told 211 

The Heavens Declare 215 

The Land of Beulah 218 

The Light of His Throne 94 

The Light 30 

The Lily of the Valley 243 

The Lord is My Shepard 163 

The Lord, My Shepard (Male Voices) ... 195 

The Lord is Good 168 

The Lord's Our Rock 245 

The Lord's Vineyard 70 

The Lord's Prayer 211 

The Master has Come. . . , 219 

The Morning Light 223 

The New Jerusalem 80 

The Promised Land 209 

The Redeemed are Marching In 46 

The Savior is My All in All 243 

The Savior of Sinners 92 

The Solid Rock 233 

The Spirit is Pleading 138 

The Story Never Old 86 

The Story Sweet and True 247 

The Sunshine Train 14 

The Sweetest Story 209 



The Sweet By and By ;;.:.. 

The Voice of Jesus 

The Voice of Peace 

The Waters of Salvation 

The Watchman's Cry 

The Wonderful Story 

The World For Christ 

There'll Be No Dark Valley 

There's a Name I Love 

There is a Fountain 

There is a Great Day Coming 

There is a Land of Pure Delight 

There is a Wideness . 

There is Nothing Like Communion .... 

There is Power in the Blood 

There is Rest in Jesus 

Thine Own 

Thy Faith Hath Made Thee Whole 

'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Je.sus 

'Tis the Old-time Religion 

Today the Savior Calls 

To God Be the Glory 

To His Name Be Glory 

To the Battle 

To Thee, My Heart 

Tui-ned Away from the Beautiful Gate . . 

Turn to the Lord 

Triumph By and By 

Trusting and Rejoicing 

Trusting in His Promise 

Trusting in Jesus 



Uxbridge 

Victory Through Grace . 



Waiting. 

Walk in the Light 

Walking With Jesus 

We Have Come to Worshij) 

Welcome, Delightful Morn 

We'll Work TUl Jesus Comes 

We March to Victory 

We Praise Thee, Oh God . 

We're Nearing the City ..." 

We Shall Conquer in His Name 

We Shall See Him 

We Shall See His Face 

We Walk By Faith 

We Would Follow Thee 

What a Friend We Have in Jesus 

What He Has Done for Me 

What Shall I Do to be Saved 

What Wilt Thou Have Me to Do? 

What WiU Yoiu- Harvest Be 

What Would Jesus Do? 

When I Walk in God's Clear Sunlight. . 

When Jesus Came Our Way 

When My Savior I Shall See 

When the Pearly Gates Unfold 

When the Roll is Called 

When Victory is Won 

Where He Leads Me I Will Follow 

Where Will You Spend Eternity? ... 

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While Jesus Whispers 

Whiter Than Snow 

Will Jesus Find Us Watching? 

Will There Be Any Stars? 

Who is on the Lord's Side? 

Who Will Join Us? 

Why Longer Wait? 

Why Tarry Longer 

Wonderful Grace 

Wonderful Savior of All 

Wonderful Story of Love 

Work, for the Night is Coming 

Yield Not to Temptation , 



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