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A COLLECTION OF 

CHOICE GOSPEL HYMNS FOR THE 
CHURCH, THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 
AND EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS 



With Special Selections 
for the different departments of church work 

1. CONGREGATIONAL HYMNS 

2. SOCIAL SERVICE SONGS 

3. MISSIONARY HYMNS 

4. CHILDREN'S SONGS 

5. SOLOS. DUETS AND QUARTETS 

6. MALE VOICE SELECTIONS 

7. CHORUS CHOIR SELECTIONS 

8. INVITATION HYMNS 

9. DEVOTIONAL HYMNS 

10. PATRIOTIC HYMNS 

11. TEMPERANCE SONGS 

12. SELECTED PSALMS 

13. RESPONSIVE READINGS 



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The Men Behind the Book 



Musical Editor 

E. O. EXCELL 

Associate Editors 

Rev. W. E. BIEDERWOLF Rev. MILFORD H. LYON 

Rev. HENRY W. STOUGH 

Assistant Editors 



Rev. Chester Birch 

Rev. H. W. Bromley 

Rev. A. E. Burrows 

Prof. A. L. Carter 

Prof. K. L. Cramer 

Rev. Arthur Crane 

Rev. H. T. Crossley 

Rev. John M. Currie 

Rev. Alex. B. Davidson 

Rev. E. H. Edgar 

Rev. John W. Erskine 

Prof. Charles Edv^ard Faust 

Prof. J. H. Hall 

Rev. W. W. Hall 

Rev. John S. Hamilton 

Rev. B. Marvin Harris 

Mr. V. M. Hatfield 

Prof. James Heaton 

Rev. I. E. Honeyv/ell 

Prof. Frank C. Huston 

Rev. Bob Jones 

Rev. C. O. Jones 

Prof. Loren G. Jones 

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Rev. C. G. Jordan 
Rev. R. Sam Kirkland 
Rev. Lovic P. Lavsr 
Rev. Robt. O. Lewis 
Rev. John M. Linden 
Rev. J. W. Mahood 
Prof. Lauris Mallard 
Rev. Lincoln McConneil 
Prof. Wm. McEwan 
Prof. Edward McKenzie 
Rev. E. C. Miller 
Prof. R. E. Mitchell 
Prof. George Mocdy 
Rev. Ward Mosher 
Rev. P. C. Nelson 
Rev. Milton S. Rees 
Rev. Wm. B. Riley 
Rev. W. M. Runyan 
Rev. A. J. Smith 
Rev. G. T. Stephens 
Rev. Franklin W. Swift 
Rev. Daniel S. Toy 
Rev. E. B. Westhafer 
E. Zartmann 



Each person whose name appears above has had part in the 
compilation of this book. In making this book we believe we 
have not only made the best book possible for our own evan- 
gelistic meetings, but we believe that the use of this book will 
raise the standard of Christian Gospel song. We pray God's 
blessing upon its mission. yj^^ Editors 



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No. 1. 

Sir Robert Grant. 



Worship the Kin^. 



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1. wor-ship the King all - glo-rious a - bove, And grate-ful - ly 

2. tell of His might, and sing of His grace, Whose robe is the 

3. Thy boun - ti - f ul care what tongue can re - cite? It breathes in the 

4. Frail chil-dren of dust, and fee - ble as frail, In Thee do we 

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thuH-der-clouds form, And dark is His path on, the wings of the storm, 
scends to the plam, And sweet- ly dis - tils in the dew and the rain, 
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2. He has bro - ken ev - 'ry fet - ter, I would be 

3. All the way from earth to Glo-ry, I would be 

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Noth-ing world -ly shall en-thrall me; I would be like Je - bus. 

That my soul may serve Him bet - ter, I would be like Je - sus. 

Tell - ing o'er and o'er the sto - ry, I would be like Je - "bus. 

ThatHiswords" Well done" may greet me, I would be like Je - sus. 

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Just When I Need Him Most. 



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1. Just when I need Him, Je-sus is near, Just when I fal - ter, just when I fear; 

2. Just when I need Him, Je-sus is true, Nev-er for-sak-ing all the way thro'; 

3. Just when I need Him, Je-sus is strong. Bearing my bur-dens all the day long; 

4. Just when I need Him, He is my all, An-swer-ing when up-on Him I call; 



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Giv- ing for bur -dens pleasures a - new. Just when I need Him most. 
For all my sor-row giv-ing a song. Just when I need Him most. 
Ten-der-ly watch-ing lest I should fall, Just when I need Him most. 



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More Than These. 



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1. I need not trouble for the nior- row, For I am in my Fa-ther'scare; 
2.1 need not ei-ther thirst or hun-ger; His grace will nev-er be de-nied; 

3. I need not an a-bid-ing cit - y, For "I cantar-rybut a night; 

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He leads me to the liv-ing wa-ters; His dai- ly man-na is sup-plied. 
My heart ,my treasures, are in Heav-en, My rai-meut is a robe of white. 
Let me seek first my Fa-ther's kingdom, For all be-side must be in vainl 



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higher Ground. 



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1. I'm pressing on the upward way, New heights I'm gaining ev-'ry day; 

2. My heart has no de-sire to stay Where doubts a-rise and fears dis-may; 

3. I want to live a-bove the world, Tho' Satan's darts at me are hurled; 

4. I want to scale the ut-most height, And catch a gleam of glo - ry bright; 






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Still pray-ing as I onward bound , " Lord , plant my feet on higher ground . ' ' 
Tho' some may dwell where these abound, My prayer, my aim, is higher ground. 
For faith has caught the joy-ful sound. The song of saints on higher ground. 
Butstill I'll praytillHeav'n I've found, "Lord, lead me on to higher ground." 



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No. 6. The Touch of Mis Hand on Mine. 



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1. Thera are days so dark that I seek in vain For the face of my 

2. There are times, when tired of the toil-some road, That for ways of the 

3. When the way is dim, and I can -not see Thro' the mist of His 

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How my glad heart yearns and my faith re - turns 

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It Was His Love. 



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2. It was His love, so boundless,free, That moved the Lord to par-don me 
3". It was His love impelled my heart To turn from self and sin a part, 
4. It was His great a-maz-mglove So well displayed from Heav'na-bove, 



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And own me for His ransomed child, Redeemed, renewed and rec-on - ciled. 
And find in Him the wondrous power A Christian life to live each hour. 
Thatbro'tto me such peace and rest. And made me so su-preme-ly blest. 



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James Rowe. 



Jesus Will Sustain You. 



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1. Does the world no rest af - ford? Would you have your strength re-stored? 

2. Are you tempt-ed by the foe? Has your bur -den laid you low? 

3. Are you wear-y of the fray? Have you fall- en by the way? 

4. Dark with sin your past may be, Je - sus waits to hear your plea, 

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The Gifts of God. 



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1. His gifts are great -er than my dreams, The gifts of God to me; 

2.1 ask a part, He gives the whole— Him-self, and all be -side; 

3. "His ways are ways of pleas-ant - ness. His paths are paths of peace;" 

4. With -in my heart He shall have place To rule and reign su-preme; 



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His lev - ing-kind-ness - ver-flows my soul, In - rush - ing as the tide. 
His hand is ev - er reaching out to bless; He bids each sor- row cease. 
My voice will ev - er praise Him for the grace Of which I ne'er could dream. 






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6pedk to Me Only of Jesus 



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1 Speak to me on - ly of Je - sus, Tell of tbe cross that He wore, 

2. Speak to me on - ly of Je - sus, Tell of His grace day by day, 

3. Speak to me on - ly of Je - sus, Tell of His won-der-ful love, 

4. Speak to me on - ly of Je - suSj Tell of His mer-cy so free, 

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Teh how the blood of a - tone-ment Wash-es my guilt all a - way. 
Telihow He came as a Sav - ior, Down from the glo - ry a - bove. 
Tellhow.whenlost in the dark-ness, Je - sus came seek-ing for me. 



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Help Somebody To-day. 



Mrs. Prank A. Breck. 



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1. Look all a-round you, find some one in need, Help some-bod-y to - day! 

2. Man-y arewait-ing a kind, lov-ing word, Help some-bod-y to - day! 

3. Man-y have bur-dens too heav - y to bear. Help some-bod-y to- dayl 

4. Some are dis-cour-aged and wear-y in heart, Help some-bod-y to - dayl 



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Grief is thepor-tion of some ev- 'ry- where. 
Some one the jour- ney to heav -en should start, 

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No. 12. 



Sweeter Than All. 



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1. Christ will me His aid af-ford, Nev - er to fall, nev - er 

2. I can fol-low all the way, Hear- ing Him call, hear-mg 

3. Tho' a ves - sel I may be, Bro-ken and small, bro- ken 

4. When I reach the crys-tal sea, Voi-ces will call, voi-ces 



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Find -ing Him, from day to day, Sweet-er than all, sweet-er than all. 

Yet His bless-ings fall on me, Sweet-er than all, sweet-er than all. 

But my Sav-ior's voice will be Sweet-er than all, sweet-er than all. 



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F. J. Crosby. 



1 am Thine, Lord. 



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1. I am Thine, Lord, I have heard Thy voice, And it told Thy love to me; 

2. Con - se-crate me now to Thy service, Lord, By the pow'r of grace di - vine; 

3. the pure de-light of a sin - gle hour That before Thy throne I spend, 

4. There are depths of love that I can-not know Till I cross the nar- row sea; 



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But I long to rise in the arms of faith. And be clo-ser drawn to Thee. 
Let my soul look up with a stead-fast hope, And my will be lost in Thine. 
When I kneel in pray'r.and with Thee, my God, I commune as friend with friend! 
There are heights of joy that I may not reach Till I rest in peace with Thee. 



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Grace, Enough for Me. 



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1. In look -ing thro' my tears one day, I saw Mount Cal - va - ry; 

2. While standing there, my trembling heart, Once full of ag - o - ny, 

3. When I be - held my ev - 'ry sin Nailed to the cru - el tree, 

4. When I am safe with -in the veil, My por-tion there will be, 



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Could scarce believe the sight I saw Of grace, e-nough for me. (enoughforme.) 

I felt a flood go thro' my soul Of grace, e-nough for me. 

To sing thro' all the years to come Of grace, e-nough for me. 




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I Am Saved. 



Mrs. S. L. Oberholtzer. 



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2. Loud I sing my ex - ul - ta - tion, Hop-ing it will reach the skies; 

3. Free sal - va - tioni glad sal - va - tion, Let us shout from pole ti> pole, 

4. When at last the days are gath-ered In - to Thy great judgme.it one, 



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John Newton. 



What Wondrous Love. 



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3. My conscience felt and owned the guilt, And plunged me in de-spair; 

4. A - lasl I knew not what I did,— But now my tears are vain: 

5. A sec- end look He gave, which said,"! free - ly all for -give: 




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Tho' not a word He spoke. 
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For I the Lord have slain. 
I die that thou may'st live." 



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Rev. Jotanstoo 



Tell it Wherever You Go. 



Wm. Edie Marks. 




1. If Christ the Re-deem-er has pardoned your sin, Tell it wher-ev-er you go; 

2. If now you are happy with Christ as your Guide, Tell it wher-ev-er you go; 

3. When troubles as-sail do you trust m Him still? Tell it wher-ev-er you go; 

4. If 'you are an heir to a man-sion on high, Tell it wher-ev-er you go; 



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If He is your Friend, and with Him you abide, Tell it wher-ev-er you go. 
When sorrows o'erwhelm do you sink in His will? Tell it wher-ev-er you go. 
TJn - til you find rest in that home in the sky. Tell it wher-ev-er you go. 



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As a Volunteer. 



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2. Yes, Jesus calls for soldiers Who are filled with pow'r, Soldiers who will serve Him 

3. He calls you, for He loves you With a heart most kind, He whose heart was broken, 

4. And when the war is o-ver. And the vie - fry won. When the true and faith-ful 

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Ev-'ry day and hour; He will not for -sake you, He is ev - er near; 
Bro-ken for man-kind; Now, just now He calls you, Calls in ac-cents clear, 
Gath-er one by one, He will crown with glo - ry All who there ap-pear; 



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INo. 19. 

Fanny J. Crosby. 



My Song of Praise. 



COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY W. H. DOANE. 



W. H. Doane. 






1. Ev - er since I gave my heart to Je-sus, Humbly kneeling at His throne; 

2. I was lost till in His love so ten-der, FrommybondsHeset me free; 

3. I am safe beneath His hand pro-tect-ed, In His word He tells me so; 

4. the peace that flowing like a riv - er, With its rap-ture fills ray soul; 



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At the cross I hear Him gen - tly say-ing, Fol-low Him who died for thee. 
He is mine and I shall yet behold Hira, In the land to which I go. 
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2. Hast thou do-min-ion o'er self and o'er sin? Is thy heart right with God? 

3. Is there no more con-dem-na-tion for sin? Is thy heart right with God? 

4. Are all thypow'rsun-der Je -sus' con-trol? Is thy heart right with God? 

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Does Je - sus rule in the tem-ple with-in? Is thy heart right with 

Does He each moment a - bide in thy soul? Is thy heart right with 



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Since I Tound My Savior. 



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

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

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

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He brought sal-va - tion from a - bove, My dear, al-might - y Sav - ior. 

But He is with me, tho' un- seen. My ev - er-pres-ent Sav -ior. 

It leads me on -ward to the throne; there I'll see my Sav -ior. 



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God Will Take Gare of You. 

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



C. D, Martin. 



W. S. Martin. 




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

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

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

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



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When dan-gers fierce your path as - sail, God will take care of you. 

Noth - Lag you ask will be de - nied, God will take care of you. 

Lean, wear - y one, up - on His breast, God will take care of you. 

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2. In vain may fan - cy strive to trace My Sav-ior's beauty 

3. The pre-cious hope I have each day II - lu-mines all my 

4. With that fair man-sion e'er in view, My pil-grim jour-ney 



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More fair than I can dream, His face, Whom, hav-ing not seen, I love. 

That He will take me home to stay, Whom, hav-ing not seen, I love. 

And try my Sav - ior's will to do, Whom, hav-ing not seen, I love. 



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At Eventide. 



{To Bethany.) 



E. E. Hewitt. 

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1. The twi-Iight falls, se-rene and still; Soft shadows steal a-down the hill, 

2. His hour -ly mer-cies I re-view, And read in them the to-kens new 

3. Or, have some drops of sorrow's rain Bro't to my heart a throb of pain? 

4. I think sometimes, when day is done, Of joys be-yond life's setting sun. 






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Of love un-chang-ing, wise and true. At e - ven-tide, at e - ven-tide. 

The stars of peace shine out a - gain, At e - ven-tide, at e - ven-tide. 

The steps of faith will heav'nward run. At e - ven-tide, at e - ven-tide. 

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, 1899, BY W. H. DOANE. RENEWAL. 



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2. Take the name of Je-sus ev - er As a shield from ev-'ry snare; 

3. the precious name of Je - sus! How it thrills our souls with joy, 

4. At the name of Je - sus bow - ing. Fall - ing prostrate at His feet, 



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If temp- ta-tions round you gath -er. Breathe that ho - ly name in prayer. 
When His lov- ing arms re-ceive us, And His songs our tongues em-ploy! 
King of kings in Heav'n we'll crown Him, When our jour-ney is com-plete. 



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Sin* of Jesus. 



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2. Far from the world we may turn a -way, Here at the hour of prayer; 

3. Eich are the blessings that all may seek, Here at the hour of prayer; 

4. what a ho - ly and caira re-pose. Here at the hour of prayer; 



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Glad-Iy we rest from the toils of day. Here at the hour of prayer. 

Grace for the wear-y, the faint, theweak, Here at the hour of prayer. 

Love in its full-ness the heart o'er-flows, Here at the hour of prayer. 



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Je-sus on the cross! To save my soul His life for me He gave, 
Je-sus on the cross! I con - se- crate to Him my heart of love, 
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Just the Love of Jesus. 

COPYRIGHT, 1809, BY E. O. EXCELL 
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1. What jsmak-ing life so sweet and bright to me? Just the love of 3j-su8, 

2. What af-fords me shel - ter when the tempest sweeps? Just the love of Je - sus, 

3. What will help me tri-umph in this earth -ly strife? Just the love of Je - sus, 

4. What willlead me safe a-cross the si -lent sea? Just the love of Je-sus 




just thelove of Je-sus! What has made my soul so peaceful, pure, and free? 

just thelove of Je-sus! What, from day to day, my soul from e - vil keeps? 

just thelove of Je-sus! What is more to me than wealth, or fame, or life? 

just thelove of Je-sus! What will be my song thro' all e-ter-ni-ty? 




Just the love of Je - sus, my Sav - ior! Just the love of Je 




soul to that safe re -treat? Just thelove of Je-sus, my Sav - ior! 



No. 30. We Shall See the Kin* Some Day. 



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2. ,Aft - er pain and an-guish, aft - er toil and care, 
3. 'Aft - er foes are conquered, aft - er bat-les won, 
4. Therewith all the loved ones who have gone be-fore, 

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King some day (someday); Aft -er strife is o-ver, aft-er set of sun, 
King some day (some day) ; Sor-row past for-ev - er, on that peaceful shore, 



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1. How sweet is the love of my Savior! 'T is bound-less and deep as the sea; And 

2. I know He is ev-er be-sideme! E - ter - ni-ty on -ly will prove The 

3. Wher-ev - er Heleadslwillfol-low, Thro' sor-row, or shadow, or sun; And 

4. Some day face to face I shall see Him, And oh, what a joy it will be To 

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No. 32. 



The Hope Set Before You. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 



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1. Lay hold on the hope set before you, And let not a moment be lost, 

2. Lay hold on the hope set before you. Of life that you now may receive, 

3. Lay hold on the hope set before you. Of joy that no mortal can speak; 
4. 'Lay hold on the hope set before you, A hope that is steadfast and sure; 

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If, glad - ly His mer-cy ac-cept-ing. You tru - ly re-pent and be-heve. 
It tell - eth of rest for the wear-y. Thro' Je - sus, the low-ly and meek. 
haste to the bless-ed Ee-deem-er, The lov - ing, the perfect and pure. 




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W. M. Lighthall. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 

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2. Some-one is grop-ing hil way to God, Some-one is look-ing to 

3. Some-one your coun - sel will sure - ly take. Some-one is look-ing to 

4. Sonie-one has al - most ac - cept - ed Him, Some-one is look-ing to 



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J. Origg. 



Christ at the Door. 

COPYRIGHT, 1889, BY E. O. EXCEU 



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1. Be-hold, a Stran-ger at the door! He gen-tly knocks, has knocked before; 

2. love - ly at - ti-tude I He stands With melting heart and la - den hands; 

3. But will He prove a Friend in-deed? He vrill— the ver - y Friend you need; 

4. Ad-mitHim ere His an - ger bum— His feet, de-part-ed, ne'er re -turn; 



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matchless kindness land He shows This matchless kindness to His foes. 

The Friend of sin-ners? yes, 'tis He, "With garments dyed on Cal- va - ry. 

Ad - mit Him, or the hour's at hand You'll at His door re - ject - ed stand. 



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He is So Precious to Me. 



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1. So pre-dou3 is Je - sus, my Sav-ior, my King, His praise all the day long 

2. Hestood at my heart's door 'mid sunshine and rain, And pa-tient-ly wait - ed 

3. I st^id on the moun-tain of bless - ing at last. No cloud in tfaeheav-ens 

4. 1 praise Him be-cause He ap-point-ed a place Where, some day, thro' faith i 




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^thn^-ture I sing; To Him in my weak-ness for strength I can ding, 
an en-trance to gain; What shame that so long He en- treat -ed in vain, 
a. shad - ow to cast; His sraile is up - on me, the val - ley is past, 
Hi8"vroQ- der-ful grace, I know I shall see Him— shall look on His face, 

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I Am Anchored Fast. 

COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY E. O EXCELL. 



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3. Gone each earth - ly treas - ure, Cut a - way each mast, 

4. Sor - rows mul - ti - ply - ing, Pros - pects o - ver - cast, 

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James Rowe. 



Because I Love Jesus. 



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2. Be -cause I love Je - sus, my Sav-ior and thine, There's peace in my 

3. Tho' loved ones be ta - ken a - way from my side, Tho' rich - es and 

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soul, there is comfort di-vine; 'Twill al-ways abide, for the promise is mine, 
hon-or to me be de-nied, Yet if I but trust Him no ill can be-tide, 
round me his snares should entwine, Yet if I am faith-ful a crown will bo mine, 



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Rev. J. 



The Li^ht of the World. 



Chas. N. QOftia. 



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2. Tell the poor sin - ner in darkness and woe, Christ is the Light of the 

3. I - dols of gold, wood and sil - ver give way, chnst ia th« liebt, th» 

4. Then let us fol-low in patience and love — j I 
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the world! Dark-nes9 is changed in - to beau - ti - ful day— 

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

3. Would you be whi-ter, much whi-ter than snow? There's pow'r ia the blood, 

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

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pow'r ia 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 - gir- ing flow; 

: ow'r in the blood; Would you live dai - ly His prais - as to sing? 



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No. 40. 



He Included Me. 



Rev. Johnson Oatman. Jr. copyright, 1914, by hamp seweli 



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1. I am so hap-py in Christ to-day, That I go singing a - long my way; 

2. Glad-ly I read," Who-so-ev-er may Come to the fountain of life to-day;" 

3. Ev - er God's Spirit is saying, "Come !"Hear the Bride saying, "No longer roam;" 

4 . "Freely come drink," words the soul to thrill ! with what joy they myheart do fill 1 




Yes, I'm so hap-py to know and say, " Je - sus in-clud-ed me too. 

But when I read it I al-ways say, "Je-sus in-clud-ed me too.' 

But lamsure while they're call-ing home, Je-sus in-clud-ed me too. 

For when He said, "Who-so-ev-er will," Je-sus in-clud-ed me too. 




Je - sus in-clud-ed me, Yes, He in-clud-ed me, Wnen the Lord said 




'Who-so-ev-er," He in-clud-ed me; Je-sus in-clud-ed me. Yes, He in- 

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No. 41. 

J. L. 




Keep Close to Jesus. 

COPYRIGHT, 1892, 1893, BY JOHN J. HOOD. 
USED BY PERMISSION. 


John Lane. 




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Je-sus all the way; Take the shield of faith till the vie - to -ry is won, 

Je-sus all the way; Where to those we love we'll nev-er say good-bye. 






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Keep the Heart ^in^in^. 



Chas. H. OabrM. 



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2. If Hi8 love is in the soul, And we yield to His con-trol, Sweetest 

3. How a word of love will cheer, Kin-die hope, and ban-ish fear. Soothe a 




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mu - sic will the lone-ly hours be - guile; We may drive the clouds a-way, 
pmn, or take a - way the sting of guile; Oh, how much we all may do, 

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Cheerandbless the darkest day, If we keep the heart singing all the while. 
In the world we trav-el thro'. If we keep the heart singing all the while. 



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No. 43. 



'At Calvary.' 



Mrs. C H. M. 



Mrs. C. H. Morris. 



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2. I plunged in the foun-tain, the rem - e - dy sure For sin and un- 

3. Oh, won-der-ful cross with its arms stretching wide For you and for 



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clean-ness,— the un - fail - ing cure: My bur -den fell off, — and to- 
me, and the whole world be - side: No one is ex-clud-ed, and 




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day I can see There's per -feet sal - va - tion at Cal- va 
mer - cy is free For ev - 'ry lost sin - ner at Cal - va 



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A Savior of Love. 



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deem-er we prove; Our sins, tho' as scar -let, are ta-ken a -way, 
stum -ble and fall; With strength for our weakness, and sol- ace for pain, 
nev - er re - move. The en-trance a - bun-dant to Glo - ry and Light; 



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For He is a Sav-ior of Love. . . . 

His grace is suf - fi-cient for all For He is a Sav-ior of 

For He is a Sav-ior of Love. . - . 

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Love, . . A won-der - f ul Sav - ior of Love; , . come and par- 

Say-i or of Love, a Sav-ior of Love; 



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No. 45. Where He Leads I'll rollow. 

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1. Sweet are the prom -is- es, Kind is the word; Dear - er far than 

2. Sweet is the ten -dec love Je - sua hath shown, Sweet-er far than 

3. List to His lov -ing words, "Come un - to me!" Wear-y, heav - y- 



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Faith-ful is He; He the great ex -am -pie is, and pat - tern forme. 
Faith-ful and sure; Lean up -on the Sav-ior, and thy soul is se-cure. 



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The Kind's Business. 



Dr. E. T. Cossel. 



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1. I am a stran-ger here, with - in a for -eign land; My home is 

2. This is the King's command: that aU men, ev - 'ry-where, Re-pent and 

3. My home is bright-er far thanShar-on's ro - sy plain, E-ter-nal 



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far a-way, up - on a gold-enstrand; Am-bas-sa -dor to be of 
turn a-way from sin's se - due - tive snare; That all who will o-bey, with 
life and joy thro '-out its vast do-main; My Sov'reign bids me teU how 

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realms be- yond the sea, I'm here on business for my King. 

Him shall reign for aye, And that's my business for my King. Tlus is the 

mor i^^tals there may dwell, And that's my business for my "' 



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Will Not ror^et Thee. 



Cha«. H. dabriel. 




1. Sweet is the promise — "I will not forget thee," Nothing can mo-Iest or 

2. Trust-ing the promise — "I will not forget thee," Onward will I go with 

3. When at the gold-en por-tals I am standing. All my trib - u - la-tions. 



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songsof joy and love; Tho' earth de-spise me, the' my friends forsake me, 
an my sorrows past. How sweet to hear the bless-ed proc-la-ma-tion, 

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I shall be rememberedin my home above. I will notforget thee or 

' 'Enter, faithful servant, welcome home atlastl ' ' i wm notforget thee, i will nev-er 



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Jessid Brown Pound*. 



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2. I must needs go on in the blood-sprinkled way, The path that the 

3. Then I , bid fare - well to the way of the worid, To walk in it 



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Sav - ior trod, If I ev - er climb to the heights sub - lime, 
nev - er more; For my Lord says "Come," and I seek my home, 

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If the way of the cross 1 miss. 

Where the soul is at home with God. The way of the cross leavlj 

Where He waits at the o- pen door. 



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Rev. E. A. Hoffman. 



COPYRIGHT, 



BY E. O. EXCELL. 



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1. Hark! there's a call for the brave and true! Broth-er, en -list, for the 

2. Come to the front, brother, take a stand; Fall in - to line at your 
3 Who'll vol-un-teer in the ranks to - day, Read-y to plunge in the 



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Lord's command; Fol-low His lead in the ear -nest fight, Cod-quer for 

thick - est fray? Je - sus now waits for the brave and true; Broth-er, en- 

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You Ou^ht to Know Him. 



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1. I have a friend— you ought to know Him, He is a Sav - ior 

2. I have a friend— you ought to know Hun, He is a faith- ful 
3.1 have a friend— you ought to know Him, Will you not let Him 



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en - ter your heart? Peace He will ^ve you with-out meas-ore, 



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No. 51 

C. S. N. 



His Way With Thee. 



COPYRIGHT, IBM, By H. L. OIUHOOR. 



Rev. Cyrus S. Nusbaum. 




1. Would you live for Je - sus, and be al-ways pure and good? Would you walk with 

2. Would you have Him make you free, and follow at His call? Would you know the 

3. Would you in His kingdom find a place of constant rest? Would you prove Him 




Him with - in the nar - row road? Would you have Him bear your bur-den, 
peace that comes by giv - ing all? Would you have Him save yon, so that 
true m prov - i - den - tial test? Would you in His serv - ice la - bor 



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carry aH your load? Let Him have His way with thee. 

you need never fall? Let Him have His way with thee. His pow'r can make you what you 

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Will There Be Any Stars? 



E. E. Hewitt. 



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

3. Oh, what joy it will be when His face I be-hold, Liv-inggems at His 



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sun go - eth down; When thro' won-der-ful grace by ray Say - ior I stand, 
win - ner of souls; That bright stars may be mine in the glo - ri - ous day, 
feet to lay down; It would sweet-en my bliss in the cit - y of gold. 



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Will there be an - y stars in my crown? 

When His praise like the sea - bil-low rolls. Will there be 

Should there be an - y stars in my crown. 



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wake with the blest In the mansions of rest, Will there be any stars in my crown? 

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No. 53. Working, Watching, Praying. 



Powell G. PIthian. 



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1. Go forth! Go forth for Je - sus now, Be work - ingl Be watch - ingi The 

2. Go forth! Go forth to all theworld.O stay not! De-lay not! But 

3. Go forth! Let heart andhand be strong! Be work - ingl Be watch - ing! 

Go forth! Go forthl 




Lord Him-self will teach you how To watch and pray. 'Tis not for thee thy 
let love's ban-ner be unfurled,And grace be told. let re-deem-ing 
stay the mighty pow'r of wrong Wher-e'er ye may. Equipped with love and 



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field to choose; No work He gives must thou re-fuse; Be work - ing! Be watch-ing! 
love be sung, A song of joy on ev-'ry tongue; Be work -ingl Be watch-mg! 
strength divine, The vie - to - ry is sure - ly thine; Be work - ingl Be watch-ingi 



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No. 54. 



Love Won My Heart. 



V. Johnson Oatman, Jr. oopymoht, i«i4, by hamp bewecl. 



Ham* Sewell. 



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1. Out on the moun-tains far a -way, Out in th? cold and dan - ger, 
2.1 lived a self - ish life for years, Sought thro' this world for pleasure, 
8. I work for Je - sub now each day, Smce I have been for -giv - en; 




When I was wand' ring far a-stray, Still to my Sav-ior a stran-ger: 
Till God,who rules the radiantepheres.Sent me a won-der-fu! treas-ure. 
And when this life has passed a - way, I want to praise Him in Heav- en. 



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Love won my heart, . '. Christ did im-'part, '. . Love, wonderful 

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won tnf heart; God's love, God's love to me, 







deep as the sea, . . Loveof God so strange and free, Love won my heart. 

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In the Gleft of the Rock. 



Lizzie DeArmond. 



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2. O soul, be faith - ful; to the end en - dure, Trust-ing His prom - is- 

3. WhOT thro' the Jor-dan I must take my way. His staff will com -fort 

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es for-ev-er sure; Kept in the fort -ress of His love se - cure, 
«10 and be my stay; - ver the riv - er there is end -less day. 




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No. 56. 



That Will Be Glory. 



Cbas. H. Qabriel. 



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1. When all my la-borsand tri - als are o'er, And I am safe on that 

2. When, by the gift of His in - fin- ite grace, I am ac-cord-ed in 

3. Friends will be there I have loved long a - go; Joy like a riv - er a- 



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heav-en a place. Just to be there and to look on His face, 
round me will flow; Yet, just a smile from my Sav-ior, I know, 

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No. 57. 



Satisfied. 



A. H. Ackley. 



B. D. Ackley. 






1. When I have fin-ished my pil - grim -age here, When shall have vanished temp 

2. When I am troub-Ied by grief and de-spair, Grace nev-er- fail- ing a- 

3. When I have trav-eled the way with my Lord, Count-ing the mile-posts by 




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waits me up there; Will -ing to trust Him what- ev - er be - tide, 
faith in His word, Liv - ing and dy - ing with Him at my side. 



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2. 'Tis sweet to know Him when life's sorrows Must be borne; To hear His cheering 

3. 'Tissweetto hear His in - vi - ta-tion,"Cometo Me,""Come,allye wear-y, 



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No. 59. 



Galling the Prodigal. 



Cbas. H. Gabriel. 



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2. Pa - tient,lov-ing and ten-der-ly still theFa-therpleads,Hear,OhearHimcalling, 

3. Gome, there's bread in the house of thy Father.and to spare,Hear ,0 hear Him calling. 



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call-ing now for thee; Tho' you've wandered so far from His presence, come to-day, 
call-ing now for thee; OhI re-turn while the Spir-it in mer-cy in - ter-cedes, 
call-ing now for thee; Lol the ta-ble is spread and the feast is wait-ing there, 

for thee; 



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calling still. Calling now for thee, Calling now forthee, 




wear - - yprod-i-gal,come; Call - - ing now for 

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Be a Hero. 



Adam Craig. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 






1. On the bat-tie-field of life Be a he - ro! In its tur-moil and its stiife 

2. There are gi- ants in the land, Be a he - ro! In the strength of Jesus stand, 

3. Whenyousee a broth-er fall, Be a he - ro! Lend a heip-ing hand to all, 




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Be a he - rol In the dark-ness and the light, Fight like Da-vid for the right, 
Be a he - ro! In thenameof Christdrawnear, Speakawordofhopeandcheer, 






D. S. — On, ye sol-diers, to the fray, Hear the great Com-man-der say, 
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Strike out brave-ly for the right; Be a he - ro! 

Stay the tempt-er inhismight;Be a he - ro! Be a he - ro! Trust in 

Do what goodyoucan while here; Be a he - ro! Be ahe-ro! 



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'Christ Jesus Died for Sinners. 



W. A. O. 



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1. There's a won-der-ful theme in the gos- pel tongue, As e'er was heard, as 

2. 'Tis a won-der-ful theme, and I oft have read How Je - sus bowed His 

3. 'Tis a won-der-ful theme, that the Lord should give His life that I might 




e'er was sung, And thro' the world the message rung, "Christ Jesus died for sinners." 
wear -y head; " 'Tis finished 1" to the world He said: "Christ Jesus died for sinners."* 
life re-ceive; AndnowHe bids me look and live: "Christ Jesus died for sinners." 






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Tell the mes - sage o'er a-gain, Je-sus died... forsm-fulmen; 

Tell the message o'er again, o'er again, Jesus died for sinful men, sinful i 




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Sound the word, and make it plain, make it plain: 
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Don't Forget to Pray. 



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2. When the sun is bright - ly shin - ing, Don't for - get to pray; 

3. the bliss this won-drous friend-ship Will your soul af - ford, 




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His Love Can Never Pall. 



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No. 64. I Would Not Live Without Him. 



Arthur WlUis Spooner. 



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2. If you turn this Friend a-way, He will fol- low you each day; 0, I 

3. When your head is bowed with grief, Then this Friend will bring rehef ; 0, I 




would not live with-out Him if I could; — He will help you to the end, 
would not live with-out Him if I could; — When you fall, this Friend is near, 
would not live with-out Him if I could; — When you stand before the throne, 



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The Glorious Tidings. 



Victor M. Hatfield. 



COPYRIGHT, let2, 



Susie B. Hatfield. 






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1. Christ is your Redeemer.He descended from the throne, Shout the glorious tidings, 

2. Christ has opened wide the door that all may en-ter in, Shout the glorious tidings, 

3. Have you found the Savior, are you striving to be true? Shout the glorious tidings, 




Swell the strains of gladness; Lived a life of pov-er-ty to claim you for His own: 
Swell the strains of gladness;On the cross He shed His blood to ransom you from sin: 
Swell the strains of gladness; Go and tell to others what His love has done for you: 




Shout the glorious tidings to the world. Sing with exultation, Catch the inspiration. 



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Servant of God, Awake. 



Charlotte Q. Homer. 



COPYRIGHT, 1006, BY CHA8. H. GABRIEL. 
E. O. EXCELL, OWNER. 



Chas. H. Qabrlel. 






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1. Serv - ant of God, a -wake un - to thy du - ty; Why will ye 

2. Wide are the plains that gliram'ring lie be - fore thee Ripe un - to 

3. Up! in the name of Him who died to save you; Seek for the 

4. "He that en - dur - eth,"is the word re -cord - ed, Shall joy and 




doubt, why fal - ter, why de - lay? Look on the fields that wave in gold -en 

bar - vest; thrust the sick-le in! High in the heav'ns the sun is bum-ing 

err - ing as He sought for you! Al - ways re-mem - ber what in love He 

ev - er- last -ing life ob - tain; To him a crown at last shall be a- 
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No. 67. 



Jesus, Friend of Sinners. 



Cbaries Irvin Junkln. 



COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY CHARLES IRVIN JUNKIN. 
E. O. EXCELL, OWNER. 



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COPYRIGHT, 1904, BY WILL I. THOMPSON, EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO. 

W. L. T. wai L. Thompson. 






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

2. Je - sus is all the world to me, My Friend in tri - als sore; 

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

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



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I go to Him for bless-ings, and He gives them 
Oh, how could 1 this Friend de - ny, When He's so 
I trust Him now, I'll trust Him when Life's fleet-ing 



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He sends the sun -shine and the rain. He sends the har- vest's 

Pol- low-ing Him I know I'm right, He watch -es o'er me 

Bean - ti - ful life with such a Friend; Beau - ti - ful Kfe that 




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eheer me so; When I am sad He makes me glad, He's my Friend 

gold - en grain; Sun-shine and rain, har- vest of grain, He's my . Friend 

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

has no end; E-ter-nal life, e- ter-nal joy, He's my Friend 



No. 69. Spend One Hour With Jesus. 



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2. Do you fear the gath-'rmg gloom? Spend one hour with 

3. Ev - 'ry need He will sup - ply, Spend one hour with 

4. AB a - long life's storm-y way. Spend one hour with 



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He will speak un - to your soul. Make your ev - 'ry heart-ache whole, 
Oh, the mer - cy He will show. Oh, the grace He will be - stow, 
Tell Him all— He is your Friend, He will count-less bless - ings send. 



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Pomt you to the Heav'n-ly Goal; Spend one hour with Je - sus. 

Grace to con-quer ev - 'ry foe; Spend one hour with" Je - sus. 

He will keep you to the end; Spend one hour with Je - sns. 



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Lost But Pound. 



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Lost but found, oh,wondrous tho't ! To His fold in mercy bro't; Saved by grace, His 

Lostbutfound! I now can sing Vict'ry thro' my Savior King,Vict'ry ev - 'ry 

Ohjthat all the world would prove How a pard'ning GodcanIove,How He waits for 

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gracedi-vine; . . Heirwith Him of blissuntold, Soon Hisglo-ry I'll be-hold, 
day and hour; . . Vict'rystillwillbemysongWhenljointheransomedthrong, 
all who come! . Oh,that all the world might see What His grace hath done for me! 

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What a bless - ed hope is mine! J Endless praise, endless praise 

Vic-t'ry o'er . . the tempter'spow'r. J Lost but found, happy strain! 

HowHewel - COmeSWand'rershome. ^ Lostbutfound, Ohappystrain! 

How He came from Heav'n above. 




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To the Lord . . my soul shall raise; 

To the Lord my soul shall raise; 

Dead,butnow . . [Omit ] I live a -gain. 

Dead.butnowllive.butnow tO»ii< ] I live a - gain.Ilivea-gain. 



No. 71. God Shall Wipe All Tears Away. 



Lotta B. White. 



COPYRIGHT, 1902, BY A. B. MORTON. 
E. O. EXCeLL, OWNER. 



A. B. Morton. 



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2. God shall wipe all tears a - way, 

3. God shall wipe all tears a - way, 

4. God shall wipe all tears a - way, By and by by and by 



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In that res - ur - rec - tion day, 
All earth's sor-rows will re - pay. 
We shall sing His praise for aye, 

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In that land so bright and fair, With our loved ones we shall share 
No more part-ings, no more tears. No more sigh - ing, no more fears, 
We shall nev - er know a care. Nor a grief nor bur - den bear, 



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All the glo - ries o - ver there, 

Spend with Christ the hap-py years, 

Al- ways hap - py o - ver there. By and by, 



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No. 72. 



Rescue the Perishing. 



Faimy J. Crosby. 



WUllatn H. Doane. 



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1. Res-cue the per- ish-ing, Care for the dy - ing, Snatch them in pit- y from 

2. Tho' they are slighting Him, Still He is wait-ing, Wait-ing the pen - i - tent 

3. Down in the hu-man heart, Crushedby the tempter, Feel-ings lie bur-ied that 

4. Res -cue the per-ish-ing, Du - ty de-mands it; Strength for thy la- bor the 






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»B and the grave; Weep o'er the er- ring one. Lift up the fall- en, 
child to re - ceive; Plead with them ear-nest-ly. Plead with them gen - tly: 
grace can re - store; Touched by a lov - ing heart, Wakened by kind-ness. 
Lord will pro- vide; Back to the nar-rowway Pa-tient-Iy win them; 



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He will for-give if they on - ly be-lieve. Res -cue the per-ieb-ing, 

Chords that are bro-ken will vi - brate once more. 

TeB the poor wan-d'rer a Sav - ior has died. 



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Panoy J. Crosby. 



W. H. Ooaae. 



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2. *Tfe the bless - ed hour of prayer, when the Sav - ior draws near, With a 

3. 'Ti9 the bless -ed hour of prayer, when the tempt-ed and tried To the 

4. At the bless - ed hour of prayer, trust-ing Him, we be - lieve That the 



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• der com - pas - sion His chil - dren to hear; When He tells us we may 

- ior who loves them then: sor - row con - fide; With a sym -pa-thiz - ing 

• mg we're need-ing we'll sure- ly re-ceive; In the full-ness of 




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heart He re-moves ev - 'ry care; What a balm for the wear-yl 

trost we shall lose ev - 'ry care; What a bahn for the wear-yl 



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No. 74. 



I Must Tell Jesus. 



COPYRIGHT, laB3, BV THE HOFFMAN MUSIC CO, 



Rev. E. A. 




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1. I must tell Je - sua all of ray tri - als; I can -not bear these 

2. I must tell Je - sua all of my troub-les; He is a kind, com- 

3. Tempted and tried I need a great Sav - ior, One who cau help my 

4. how the world to e - vil al- lures me! how my heart is 



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pas-slon-ate Friend; If I but ask Him, He will de - liv - er, 

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

tempted to sin! I must tell Je - sus, and He will help me 



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He ev - er loves and cares for His own. 

Make of my troub-les quick-ly an end. 

He all my cares and sor-rows will share. 

0- ver the world the vie- fry to win. 



I must tell Je - sus! 



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All for Jesus. 



Rev. J. B. Atchlnson. 



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For His watch-care nev - er ceas- ing,— It be-longs to 
Ev - er-more I'll hon - or Je - sus,— It be-longs to 

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More Like the Master. 



Cbas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. More like the Mas - ter Iwouldev-er be, More of His meek-ness, 

2. More like the Mas - ter is my dai-Iy prayer; More strength to car-ry 

3. More like the Mas - ter I would live and grow; More of His love to 




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cross- es I must bear; More earn-est ef-fort to bring His king- dom 
oth - ers I would show; More self -de - ni - al, like His in Gal - i- 

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in; More of His Spir - it, the wan-der-er to win. 

lee, More like the Mas - ter I long to ev - er be. 



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Lord, Inowim-plore, Wash me and keep me Thine for-ev-er-more. 

Lord, I now implore, Wash and keep, wash and keep me Thine for-ev-er-more. 




No. 77. 



In That Land of Li^ht. 

COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY W. ELMER BAILEY. 



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have a new name in that Land, And for-ev - er rest at 



2. We shall sing of Christ who faith-ful - ly Bore the cru - el cross on 

3. We shall o'er and o'er His name re -peat, Tell of His re-demp-tion 



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Cal - va - ry, Paid the price of sin so will - ing - ly, — In that Land of Light. 
80 com-plete, Cast our starry crowns at His pierc'dfeet. In that Land of Light. 






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Hold Up the Gross. 



Mrs. Prank A. Breck. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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1. HoW up the cross! there the Sav-ior of men Be -came our re-demp-tion from 

2. HoW up the cross! 'tis thesig-net of peace, The prom-ise of a - ges ful- 

3. Hold up the cross! let the peo-ple be-hold, Aud know that sal-va - tion may 

4. Hold up the cross! there Is no oth-er way For sin - ners, by sin - ning en- 




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It means a do-min-ion that nev-er shall cease, The bless-ing our 
A - bun-dant and free, to the young and the old, Yea, all who are 
To come from the bondage of dark-ness today, And be ev-er- 



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Sav -ior has been. 


Fa - ther has willed. Hold up the cross! 


will -ing to see. 


laat - ing - ly saved. Hold up the ctobsI Hold up the cross* 


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Christ Arose. 



Robert Lowry. 




1. Low in the grave He lay— Je-8us,my Sav-iorl Wait-ingthecom-ingday— 

2. Vainly they watch His bed— Je-sus, my Sav-iorl Vain-ly they seal the dead— 

3. Deathcannotkeephisprey—Je-Eus, my Sav-iorl He tore the bars a -way— 







foes; He arose a Victor from the dark domain, And He lives for-ev-er with His 

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E. E. Hewitt. 



B. O. Ackley. 



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1. 0, to be more faith-ful, work-ing day by day, Watch-ing for the 

2. 0, to be more lov-ing, truth-ful, brave and pure, Watch-ing for the 

3. 0, to res -cue oth-ers from the night of sin, Watch-ing for the 

4. Trusting in His mer-cy, joy-ful m His grace, Watch-ing for the 




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King's re -turn! Pray-ing for the king-dora, Liv- ing as we pray, 

King's re - turni Seek-ing heav'n-ly treas-ures, rich - es that en -dure. 

King's re - turnI To our Sav-ior's glo - ry, bright-est stars to win, 

King's re - turn; Till we see His beau - ty, meet-ing face to face, 



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The Glad New Sawk. 



BY WM. MC EWAN. 



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2. Je-sus! sweetest name of all, The name on which I love to call; 

3. Osira- pie faith! sav-inggrace! To know we soon shall see His face; 



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me from the wrong, And gave to me The Glad New Song, 
in clouds ere long, And then we'll sing The Glad New Song. 



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No. 82. 



Count Your Blessings. 



Rev. J. Oatmon, Jr. 



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1. When up - on life's bil-lows you are tem-pest- tossed, When you are dis- 

2. Are you ev - er burdened with a load of care? Does the cross seem 

3. When you look at oth-ers with their lands and gold.Think that Christ has 

4. So, a- mid the conflict,wheth-er great or small. Do not be dis- 



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heav - y you are called to bear? Count your man-y blessmgs, ev-'ry doubt will 
promised you His wealth un-told; Count your man-y blessings, mon-ey can not 
couraged,God is o - ver all; Count your man-y blessmgs, an -gels will at- 



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one, And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done. 

fly, And you will be singing as the days go by. Coant your blessings, Name them 

buy Your reward in heaven, nor your home on high. 

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No. 85, Hold Up Your Hands for Jesus. 



H. L. D. 

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COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY E. O. EXCELL. WORDS AND MUSIC. • h n 

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1. "Al-most per-suad-ed" now to be-lieve, 

2. "Al-most per-suad-ed," come, come to-day, Holdup your hands for Je-sus; 

3. "Al-most per-suad-ed, "har-vest is past, 

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•'Al-most per-suad-ed, "turn not a - way. Hold up your hands for Je-sus. 

• * Al-most per-suad-ed , ' ' dawn comes at last, 




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Son^s In the INi^ht. 



Nellie A. Montgomery. 




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1. When the clouds of af-flic-tion have gath-ered, And hid -den each star frommy 

2. Oh, how dear are those mes-sa - ges to me! No need then to cry in af- 

3. And when mom breaks at last in its spleu-dor, And sor - row is changed to de- 




sight, I know if I turn to my Fa - ther, I know if I turn to my 
fright; My heart groweth strong as I lis - ten, My heart groweth strong as I 
light, Oh, still would I ev-er re-mem-ber. Oh, still wouldl ev-erre- 



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Fa-ther, Sweetest songs, sweetest songs, sweetest songs He will give in the night, 
lis - ten To the songs, to the songs, to the songs He doth send in the night, 
inem-ber All the songs, all the songs, all the songsthatwere sent in the night. 

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2. Near - er, still near - er, noth-ing I bring, Naught as an off -'ring to 

3. Near - er, still near - er. Lord, to be Thine, Sin, with its fol - lies, I 

4. Near - er, still near - er, while life shall last, Till safe in glo - ry my 






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Je - sus my King; On - ly my sin - ful, now contrite heart. Grant me the 

glad -ly re-sign; All of its pleasures, pomp and its pride. Give me but 

an-choris cast; Thro' end-less a - ges, ev - er to be, Near-er, my 



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cleansing Thy blood doth impart , Grant me the cleansing Thy blood doth impart . 
Je - sus, my Lord cru-ci - fled. Give me but Je - sus, my Lord cru-ci - fied. 
Sav -ior, still near-er to Thee, Near-er, my Sav- ior, still near-er to Thee. 



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1. TeH me the Old, Old Sto - ry, Of un - seen things a - bove,' Of 

2. TeH me the sto - ry, slow - ly, That I may take it in — That 

3. TeO me the sto - ry soft - ly, With ear - nest tones and grave; Ee- 

4. TeB me the same old sto - ry, When you have cause to fear That 



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won-der-ful re-demp-.tion, God's rem-e-dy for sin; Tell me the sto-ry 
mem-ber I'm the sin - ner Whom Je-sus came to save; Tell me the sto-ry 
this world's empty glo - ry Is cost - ing me too dear; Yes,and when that world's 

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oft- en, For I for-get so soon. The "ear- ly dew" of mom-ing 

al - ways, If you would real-ly be. In an - y time of troub-le, 

glo- ry Is dawn-ing on my soul. Tell me the old, old sto-ry:' 



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passed a -way at noon. Tell me the Old, Old Sto - ry, Tell me the Oid 

com-fort-er to me. 

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ly a step to Je-sus! Then why not take it now? Come, and thy sin con- 

ly a step to Je-sus! Believe, andthoushaltlive; Lov-ing-ly now He's 

-ly a step to Je-sus! A step from sin to grace; What has thy heart de- 

ly a step to Je-sus! why not come and say, "Glad-Iy to Thee my 




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Harvest Son,^. 



WOR08 AND MU8.C COPYRIGHT, 1907, Bi CHA8 
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1. Look, the har - vest-field is teem -ing With the rich and ri-pened grain; 

2. In the mar - kets and the by - ways,Whil-ing pre-cious hours a -way, 

3. Hear ye not the faith -ful sing -ing Of the la- bor and the yield? 

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Man - y stand com-plain-ing, I - die still re - main-ing, Loit'ring in the 
Rouse ye, then, sleep -ers, Join the hap-py reap-ers; To the wind your 



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dust - y highways, Hearing not the Mas-ter say: "Reapers are needed, 
sor-rows fling-ing, Pa-tient-ly the sick - le wield: "Reapers are needed. A- 




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wake, and to the field!" to the fields a -way. 




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No. 91. 



Wonderful Words of Life. 



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1. Sing them o - ver a -gain to me, Won-der-ful words of life; 

2. Christ, the bless -ed One, gives to all, Won-der-ful words of Life; 

3. Sweet-ly ech - o the gos - pel call, Won-der - ful words of Life; 



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Sin - ner, list to the lov - ing call, Won-der - ful words of Life. 
Of - fer par - don and peace to all, Won-der - ful words of Life. 



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Words of * life and beau - ty, Teach me faith and du - ty: 
All so free - ly giv - en, Woo - ing us to heav - en: 
Je - sus, on - ly Sav - ior, Sane - ti - fy for - ev - er: 

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No. 92. 



The Grand Old Bible. 



Chas. H. Oabriel. 



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1. Hold lip the grand old Bi-ble to the peo - pie! De-ny it or neg-lect it 

2. Hold up the grand old Bi-ble and proclaira it The word of God by proph-ets 

3. Hold up the grand old Bi-ble of our fa-thers, Andsendit un - to ev-'ry 

4. Hold up the grand old Bi-ble, proudly own it, Believe, and search its sa-cred 



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spo - ken; His seal ini -print-ed glows up -on its pa - ges, And n<o4 a 


na - tion; It is the cloud by day, the fire in dark-ness, That lights the 


pa - ges; There you may find the way of life e - ter - nal— Im-mor-tal 


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his steadfast loyalty to the grand old boofe— the BIBLE, 



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Near the Gross. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 



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2. Near the cross, a tremb-ling soul, Love 

3. Near the crossl Lamb of God, Bring 

4. Near the cross I'll watch and wait, Hop - 
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Willin* Am I. 



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2. Je-sus is call-mg the wear-y to rest— Call-ing to-day, call-mg to-day; 

3. Je-sus is waiting, oh, come to Him now— Waiting to-day, waiting to-day; 

4. Je-sus is pleading,oh,Iist to His voice — Hear Him to-day, hear Him to-day; 



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Bring Hun thy bur-den, andthoushalt be blest; He will not turn Thee a - way. 
Come with thy sms, at His feet low - ly bow; Come, and no lon-ger de-lay. 
They who be-lieve on His name shall re-joice; Quickly a -rise and a -way. 
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If Your Heart Keeps Ri^ht. 



Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr. copyright, 1914, b/ hamp sewell. 



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You'll go sing-ing on life's path- way if your heart keeps right, 
3. You will al - ways be a bless - ing if your heart keeps right, 



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The' the clouds may deepen in - to shades of night; For, tho' night may do for 
Then the Master's serv-ice will be your delight, And you nev-er will be 



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weep-ing, joy will come withmorning,Bringingsunshineif your heart keeps right, 
lone - ly for the Lord hath spo-ken,"I'llbewithyouif your heart keeps right. 

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Nothing But the Blood. 



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2. For my par -don, this I see— Noth-ing but the blood of Je-sus; 


3. Noth-ing can for sin a - tone,— Noth-ing but the blood of Je-sus; 


4. This is all my hope and peace— Noth-ing but the blood of Je - sus; 


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Hun-giy and thirst-y, tell me, pray, Where, oh, where hast thou gleaned to-day? 
Sing-ing a - long the homeward way. Glad one, where hast thou gleaned to-day? 



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AB day long in the field a - bide, Glean-ing close by the reap-er's side. 



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Softly and Tenderly. 



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1. Soft - ly and ten-der-ly Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing f or you and f or me; 

2. Why should we tar-ry when Jesus is pleading.Pleading for you and for me? 

3. Time isnowfleeting,themomentsarepassing,Passingfromyou andfromme; 

4. Ohl for the wonderful love He has promisedjProraised for you and for me; 



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See, on the portals He's waiting and watching, Watching for you and for me. 
Why should we lin-ger and heed not His mercies, Mer-cies for you and for me? 
Siadows are gath-er-mg, death beds are coming, Coming for you and for me. 
f ho* we have sinned , He has mercy and pardon , Pardon for you and for me . 






D. S.—Ear-ne»t-ly, ten - der - ly, Je-sus is call-ing, Call-ing, sinner, come homt! 
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2. He saves me from ev - 'ry sin and harm,.. Se- 

3. When poor and need - y, and all a - lone,... In 



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might - y arm;.. 1 know He'll guide me all the way... 
lead you home,.. To live with Me e - ter - nal - ly.". . . 

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Saved . . by His pow'r di-vine, Saved . . to new life sub-lime! 

Saved by His pow'r, Saved to new lite. 



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The Shining Shore. 



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

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

3. Let sor-row's rud - est tem-pests blow, Each cord on earth to sev - er; 



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Would not de-tain them as they fly! Those hours of toil and dan-ger. 
That per -feet rest naught can mo -lest, Where gold- en harps are ring -ing. 
Onr King says,"Come," and there's our home, For-ev - er, for - ev - er. 

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Jesus Needs You To-day. 



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1. Je - sus, the ten-derShep-herd, Needs you the lost to seek, Needs you to 

2. Needs you to feed the han-gry, From His a-bun-dant store; Buid up the 

3. Needs you to tell the sto - ry, Old, and yet al-ways new; Some one will 




lift the fall - en, Strengthen and help the weak. Some of His lambs are wand'ring 
bro-ken-hearted; Vis - it the sick and poor: Needsyou to scat-ter sun-shine, 
fail to hear it, Un- less 'tis told by you; Read-y for an - y Berv-ice, 




Out on the hills a - stray; To gath-er them in from the fields «f sin, 
All a - long life's rough way; Some hearts to make glad, that are lonely and sad. 
Close by His side to stay; The sick-le to wield in life's har^- yest-field, 




Je - sus needs you to - day. 



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Jesus Satisfies Me. 



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1. World-ly pleasures charm no more; Je-sus sat-is-fies me: Sin - ful days and 

2. Day by day, He bends a - bo ve; Je-sus sat-is-fies me: Whisp'ringcourage, 

3. - ver-flow-ing with His praise, Je-sus sat-is-fies me: At His side I'll 



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cheer and love; Je-sus sat -is -fies me. 

spend my days; Je - sus sat - is - fies me. je . sus sat-is-fies me. 



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1. A Friend I have called Je-sus, Whose love is strong and true, And nev - er 

2. Sometimes the clouds of troub-le Be - dim the sky a-bove, I can -not 

3. Whea sorrow's clouds o'ertake me, And break up -on my head, When hfe seems 

4. 0, I could sing for - ev - er Of Je - sus' love di - vine, Of all His 



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see my Sav-ior'sface, I doubt His won-drous love; But He, from Heav-en's 
worse than use-less. And I were bet - ter dead; I take ray grief to 
care and ten - der-ness For this poor life of mine; His love is in and 



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mer - cy - seat, Be - hold-ing my de - spair, 

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Con - fess - ing all my 

In pit - y bursts the 

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When Je - sus whis-pers 



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guilt to Him, The sin-clouds rolled a- way. 

clouds be-tween. And shows me He is there. 

gives that cheers Like sun-shine aft - er rain. 

"Peace, be still!" And rolls the clouds a- way. 



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p. Mason North. Beethoven. 




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1. Where cross the crowded ways of life. Where sound theories of race and clan, 

2. In haunts of wretch-ed-ness and need, On shadowed thresholds dark with fears, 

3. Prom tender childhood's helplessness. From woman's grief, man's burdened toil, 

4. The cup of wa - ter given for Thee Still holds the fresh-ness of Thy grace; 



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From paths where hide the lures of greed. We catch the vi - sion of Thy 
From famished souls, from sorrow's stress. Thy heart has nev-er known re 
Yet long these mul - ti-tudes to see The sweet com-pas-sion of Thy 



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Make haste to heal these hearts of pain, 
Among these restless throngs abide, 
treaa the city's streets again. 



Till sons of men shall learn Thy love 
And follow where Thy feet have trod: 

Till glorious from Thy Heaven above 
Shall come the city of our God. 



INo. 106. Gan the Lord Depend on You? 



Mrs. C. M. M. 



Mrs. C. H. Morris. 






1. In the ar -my of the King of kings There's a call for soldiers brave and true, 

2. In the service of the King of kings, Who will at the Master's bidding haate? 

3. Loyal ev - er to the King of kings, On His business ev'ry day in - tent, 

4. At the bidding of the King of kings. We'll as-sera-ble in the bye and bye, 



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There is work that must be done Ere this world for Christ is won; For the wa«t of 
Numbered with the faithful few His am-bas-sa-dors are you, Cry-ing out to 
With the o-ver-com-ers there Will you meet Him in the air. With the raasomed 






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can the Captain count on you? For this service can the Captain count oh jfmf 
reapers golden harvests waste, For the want of reapers golden harvests waste, 
sinners ev'rywhere, "Repent!" Cry-ing out to sinners ev'rywhere,"Repeatl" 
reign in glo-ry up on high? With the ransomed reign in glory up on highf 



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No. 107. 

Fanny J. Crosby. 



Pass Me Not. 

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1. Pass me not, gen-tle Sav-ior,Hear my hum-ble cry; While on oth-ers 

2. Let me at a throne of met - cy Find a sweet re-lief; Kneel-ing there in 

3. Trust-ing on - ly in Thy mer - it, Would I seek Thy face; Heal my wounded, 

4. Thou the Spring of all my com-fort,More than life to me. Whom have I on 



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Thou art call-ing, Do not pass me by. 

deep con-tri-tion,Help my un- be-lief. Sav-ior, Sav-ior, Hear my humble cry; 

bro-ken spir - it, Save me by Thy grace. 

earth beside Thee? Whom in Heav'nbut Ihee? 



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Fanny J. Crosby. 



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1. A • wakel a -wake I the Mas-ter now is call-mg us, A -rise! a- 

2. A cry for light from dy - ing ones m heathen lands; It cornea, it 

3. Church of God, ex-tend thy kind, ma-ter - nal arms To save the 

4. Look up! look upl the prom-ised day is draw-ing near. When all shall 

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risel and, trust-ing in His word, Go forth! go forth! pro-claim the year of 
comes a - cross the ocean's foam; Then haste! oh, haste to spread the words of 
lost on mountams dark and cold; Reach out thy hand with lov - ing smile to 
hail , shall hail the Sav - ior King ; When peace and j oy shall fold their wings in 




ju - bi-lee. And take the cross, the bless-ed cross of Christ our Lord. 

truth a-broad,,For- get -ting not the starving poor at home, dear home, 

res -cue them. And bring them to theshel-ter of the Sav- ior 's fold, 

ev - 'ry clime, And "Glo-ry, hal- le -lu-jah!" o'er the earth shall ring. 




On, on, swell the cho - rus; On, on, themormngstar is shin-ingo'erus; 

On, on, on, swell the cho-rus; On, on, on, 

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On, on, while be -fore us Our mighty, mighty Savior leads the way. 

On, on, on, while be-fore leads the way. 



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( Shout ' ' Hosanna I ' 'while we boldly march along; 




On - ly Je-8U8 will we know; Shouting "Free salvation!" o'er the worid we go. 




No. 109. 

Anon. 



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2. Par - don our of-fen-ces; Guard us from all ill; M^ke us, hketrue 

3. Let not sin be-guile us From Thy paths to stray; But with Thy great 



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chil-dren, Love Thy ho - ly will, 
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Hear our prayer! 
Hear our prayer! 



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ril Live For Him. 



R. E. Hudson. 



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1. My life, my love I give to Thee, Thou Lamb of God who died forme; 
2.1 now be-lieve Thou dost re-ceive, For Thou hast died that I might live; 
3. Thou who died oa Cal- va-ry, To save my soul and make me free, 






Cho.— i'Zi live for Him who died for me, How hap-py then my life shall bel 

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Oh, may I ev - er faith -ful be. My Sav-ior and my God! 
And now hence-forth I'U trust m Thee, My Sav-ior and my God! 
I'll con - se- crate mv life to Thee, My Sav-ior and my GodI 



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No. 111. "Almost Persuaded." 



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1. "Al-mostper-Buad-ed" now to be-lieve; " Al- most per -suad-ed" 

2. "Al-most per-suad-ed," come, cometo -day; *'Al-mostper-suad-ed," 

3. "Al-mostper-suad-ed," har-vest is pasti "Al-most per-suad-ed," 



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turn not a - way; Je - sua in - vites you here, An - gels are 
doom comes at last! "Al - most" can -not a -vail; "Al-most" la 




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go Thy way. Some more con- ven- lent day Oa Thee I'll call." 
lin-g'rmgnear, Prayers rise from heart so dear, wan-d'rer, come. 
but to faD! Sad, ead, that bit - ter wail— "Al - most— bat lostl" 




No. 112. Let the Lower Lights Be Burning. 



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1. Bright-ly beams our Fa-ther's mer-cy From His light-house ev- er more, 

2. Dark the mght of sin has set - tied, Loud the an - gry bil-lows roar; 

3. Trim your fee - ble lamp, my brother: Some poor sail - or tem-pest tossed. 



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But to us He gives the keep- ing Of the lights a - long the shore. 
Ela - ger eyes are watch-ing, long-mg, For the lights a - long the shore. 
Try - ing now to make the har - bor, In the dark-ness may be lost. 



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Faith of Our Fathers! 



Frederick W. Faber. 

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1. Faith of our fa-thers!liv - ing still In spite of dun-geon,fire andsv.ord: 

2. Our fatherSjChainedinpris - ons dark, Were still in heart and conscience free; 

3. Faithofour fa-thers,God'sgreatpow'rShallsoonallna-tionswin for thee; 

4. Faith of our fa-thers, we will love Both friend and foe in all our strife, 

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Howsweetwould be their children's fate If they, like them, could die for thee! 
And thro' the truth that comes from GodMankind shall then be tni - ly free. 
And preach thee, too, as love knows how, By kind-ly words and vhr-tuous life. 

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No. 114. 



Now the Day is Over. 



Sabine Barin£;-=Gould. 



Joseph Barnby. 



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2. Je - sus, give the wear - y Calm and sweet re ■ 

3. Grant to lit - tie chil - dren Vi - sions bright of 

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You have wan-dered far a - way; Do not risk an - oth - er day; 
In the world you've failed to find Aught of peace for troub-led mind: 
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Do not turn from God your face, But, to - day, ac - cept His grace. 

Come to Christ, on Him be - lieve, Peace and joy you shall Te - ceive. 
Trust in Him from day to day. He will keep you all the way. 






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Why not now? why not now? Why not come to Jesus now? ' ' 

Why not now? why not now?Why not come to Je - - - sus now? 



No. 116. 

E. W. Blandly. 



Where He Leads Me. 



J. S. Norri*. 




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2. I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, 

3. I'll go with Him thro' the judgment 

4. He will give me grace and glo - ry, 



I can hear my Sav-ior call-ing, 
I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, 
I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, 
He will give me grace and glo - ry, 



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■IVherelleleadsmel will foUow, Where He leads me I willfol-low, 

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.I'll go with Him thro' the garden, I'll go with Him,with Him all the way. 
I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, I'll gowithHim,withHimall the way. 
He will give me grace ftid glo-ry, And go with me, with me all the way. 



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No. 117. 

laaac Watts. 



At the Gross. 

COPYRIGHT, 1886, BY R. E. HUDSON. 



R. E. Hadson. 



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1. A - las, and did my Sav-ior bleed? And did my So v 'reign die? Would He de- 

2. Was it for crimes that I have done,He groaned upon the tree? A - maz-ing 

3. Well might the sun in darkness hide, And shut His glo-ries m, When Christ, the- 

4. But drops of grief can ne'er re-pay The debt of love I owe: Here, Lord, I 



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vote that sa -cred head For such a worm as I ? 

pit -y! grac.eunknownl And love beyond degree! At the cross, at the cross where I 

mighty Mak-er,died For man, thecreature's sin. 

give my -self a-way, 'Tis all that I can do I 



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LoKkm Hymn Book. 



I Love Him. 



USED BY PERMISSION. 



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1. Gone from my heart the world \nth all its charm; Gone are my sms and 

2. Once I was 1 st up - on the plains of sin; Once was a slave to 

3. Once I was bound, but now I am set free; Once I was blind, but 






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an that would a- larm; Gone ev - er-more, and by His grace I know The 
doubts and fears within; Once was a-fraid to trust a lov-ing God, But 
now the light I see; Once I was dead, but now in Christ I live. To 



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now my guilt is washed a-way in Je - sus' blood. I love Him, I love EBm, 

tell the world the peace that He a-lone can give. 



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No. 119. The Church in the Wildwood. 



Dr. WUllam S. Pitts. 



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2. Oh, come to the church in the wild-wood, To the trees where the 

3. How sweet on a clear, Sab -bath morn- ing To list to the 

4. From the church in the val - ley by the wild-wood, When day fades a- 



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wild flow-ers bloom; Where the part-ing hymn will be chant -ed, We will 
clear ring-ing bell; Its tones so sweet-ly are call - ing. Oh, 
way m- to night, I would fain from this spot of my child-hood Wing my 

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weep by the side of the tomb, 
come to the church in the vale. 

way to the man-sions of light. Oh, come, come, come, come, come, come. 




lit - tie brown church in the vale. 



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come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come, come; 



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c. H. a. 



Dear Little Stranger. 



Chas. H. Gaoriel. 



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1. Low in 8 man - ger— dear lit - tie Stran - ger, Je - sua, the won-der - ful 

2. An - gels de-scend - ing, o - ver Him bend - ing, Chant-ed a ten-der and 

3. Dear lit - tie Stran - ger, born in a man - ger, Mak - er and Monarch, and 



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Savior, was bom; There was none to receive Him , none to believe Him , None but the 

si - lent refrain; Then a won-der-ful sto - ry told of His glo - ry, Un-to the 

Sav-ior of all; I willlovoTheefor-ev -erlgrieveThee?no,neverlThoudidstfor 

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No. 121. 



What They Seem to Say. 



Cha5. H. Gabriel. 



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1. Have you seen the sunbeams shin-ing, Shin-ing all a - long the way? 

2. Have you heard tho wild birds smg-ing, Sing-ing all a - long the way? 

3. Have you seen the flow - ere grow-ing, Grow- ing all a - long the way? 

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Have you ev - er stopped to lis -ten What they al-ways seem to Bay? 
Have you ev - er stopped to lis -ten What they al-ways seem to Bay? 
Have you ev - er stopped to lis -ten What they al-ways seem te Bay? 




Ev - 'ry beam of beau - ty gives us Just a glimpse of heav'n a-bove; 
Ev - 'ry lit - tie song-stergives as Just a glimpse of heav'n a-bove; 
Ev - 'ry pret-ty Wos-som gives us Just a glimpse of heav'n a-bove; 




Ev - 'ry lit - tie sunbeam whispers: God is wis-dom, God is love. 
Ev - 'ry lit - tie wild bird whispers: God is wis-dom, God is love. 
Ev - 'ry lit - tie flow - er whispers: God is wis-dom, God is love. 




B.S.—Maythediildren'sheartsr&^di'O: God is wis-dom, God is iove. 
Chorus, s ^ . i*. . I>- S. 






God is wis-dom, God is love; Read it in the stars a-twve; 



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Little Evangels. 



Chas. H. OabrM. 



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1. Lit -tie e - van-gels for Thee, dear Sav-ior, Glad- ly we of - fer life's 

2. Lit -tie e - van-gels for Thee, dear Sav-ior, Strew-ing glad bless-ings a- 

3. Lit- tie e - van-gels for Thee, dear Sav-ior, Faith-ful and loy - al through 



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long our way, Shin - ing for Thee in the shad - y pla - ces, 

ai our days, Un - der Thy stand-ard we march to -getb - er, 



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Sbatt'ring for Thee love's sweet fra-grant flow'rs. 

Sbow-ing Thy good-ness to us each day. Lit - tie e - raa-gels for 

Joy-ful- ly sing -ing a song of praise. 



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H. H. Plerson. 



Little Stars. 



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1. Just as the stars are shin - ing, Mak - ing the dark - nese bright, 

2. And as the stars are smil - ing Down on the earth be - low, 

3. Each in his lit - tie cor - ner, Wheth-er at work or play, 

4. How could they do with -out us? Dark would the world be then; 



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We may re - fleet the sun - light. Shin -ing wher-e'er we go. 

We would be al - ways shin - ing. Turn -ing the night to day. 

We are the Sav - ior's jew - els, Cheer-ing the hearts of naen. 



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No. 124, 



NelBe Talbot. 



I'll Be a Sunbeam. 

To my grandson, Edwin O. Excell, Jr. 

OOPYRIQHT, 1800, BY E. O. EXCELL. 
WORDS AND MUelC. 



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1. Je - sus wants me for a sun - beam To shme f H m each d^y. 

2 Je- 8n9 wants me to be lov - ing, And kmd to ^U I jee, 

3 1 will ask Je- sus to help me To keep my heart from sm 

4 ru i a Bun-beamforJe - sus; I can if I but try; 




In ev - 'rv way try to please Him, At home, at school, at play. 

Show-ing how pleas-ant and hap- py His lit - tie one can be^ 

iv er re-flect-ing His good- ness. And al-ways shme for ELm. 

S^-mg Him mo-ment by mo - meat. Then live with Him on higk. 




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The Sunday-School Army. 



Charlotte O. Homer. 



Mrs. Carrie B. 



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Cho.-I. March a- long to - geth - er, firm and true, For lo, the world is 

2. On we go, with ar- mor shin- ing bright, With sword m band to 

3. True as steel, and Icy - al to our King, We'll fight un - tfl the 



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ev - er watch -ing you; Be brave and bold up - on the bat - tie -field, 
bat - tie for the right; U - ni - ted in the serv-ice of the Lord, 
rfiouts of vie - fry ring From north to south, from east and from the west. 



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De - ter-mined that the foe shall yield. 
We're marchmg at our Cap-taia's word. 
Till Christ is ev - 'ry-where con - fessed. 



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Val - iant Eol - diers 
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of the Lord are lead-ing; Ear -nest - ly for help the church is plead-ing; 
sin and des - o - la - tion; Sol - diers brave, re - new your ob - li - ga - tion; 



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"Forward!" all a - long the line resounding. Bids us march a - way. 
Slow - ly backward see the foe re-ced-ing; Forward march to- day. 
And with earnest prayer and sup-pli-ca-tion Forward march to - day. 



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COPYRIGHT, 19C8, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL. 
E. 0. EXCELL, OWNER. 



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1. There's a war to wage with sin, Foes with-out and foes with-in, Gird your 

2. Tho' to - day the warfare cease, And the world seem hushed in peace, Keep your 

3. When our Captain gives command, At " At-ten-tionl ' ' we will stand, With our 



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ar-mor on! Gird your ar-mor on! We've a Captain tried and trae, And He 
ar-mor onl Keepyour ar-mor on! Not far off the camp-fires shine; Soon there'll 
ar-mor on! With our ar-mor on! We are sol-diers of His grace; We shall 



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saya to me, to you, It is time to dare and do— Gird your ar - mor onl 
be for thee and thine Fighting all a-longtheUne — Keep your ar - mor onl 
see Him face to face. And He'll find us in our place With our ar-mor on! 



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We win march, march, march. By night as well as day, We are 
march, march, march Where He may lead the way— When the 



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step-ping ev - er firm and stead - y! Yes, we'll 

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Luther's Cradle Hymn. 



Martin Luther. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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2. The cat - tie were low • 

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2. ^This is the lit - tie bird-ies' nest They built in the tree-top so 

3. ^This is the mother bird who brings The wee *Ut - tie bird-ies theu: 

4. ®These are the lit - tie birds we love, Who Uve in the tree- top so 

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And while they cud-die down to rest The leaves sing their lull - a - by - by; 
This is the ^fa - ther bird who sings And watches all day o'er his brood; 
And He who rules the * world a-bove Looks ^ down on each one from the sky; 



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The leaves sing their lull - a - by - by , The leaves sing their lull - a - by -by , 
And watch-es all day o'er his brood, And watch-es all day o'er his brood, 
Looks 'down on each one from the sky. Looks 'down on each one from the sky. 



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And while they cud-die down to rest The leaves sing their lull-a -by - by. 
This is the *fa - ther bird who sings And watches all day o'er his brood. 
And He who rules the ^ world a-bove Looks 'down on each one from the sky. 



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the baby birds. Let the thumbs represent the father and mother bird sitting on the forefingers which 
form the edge of the bird's nest. 

Motions— 1, Point upward to treetop; 2, Hands clasped to form bird's nest; 8, Raise left hand thumb 
to reiMresent the mother bird; 4, Raise little fingers representing the baby birds; 6, Raise right hand 
thomb representing the father bird: 6, Raise little fingers and thumbs representing the family of birds 
in the nest; 7, Point upward to tieetop; 8, Look upward toward the sky; 0, Look down go (h« birds in 



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C. B. A. 



Honor-Bri.^ht Cadets. 



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We're ca-dets that want to bat -tie for the right, you see; That is why we 



For our watch-word we have chosen "Honor bright!" you see, [Omit.] 
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Ev-er try-ing 
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To be true, as our banner is un-furled. 
To be faithful un-til the vict'ry's won. 




Then see us marching as to war; . . . 
Our gal-lant Lead-er goes be- {(Jmii.'\ 

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No. 134. Hurrah for the Red, White and Blue. 



B. L. McCord. 



USED BY PERMISSION. 



W. W. Gilchrist. 



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1. I know three lit - tie sis-ters, I think you know them,too, For 

2. I know three lit - tie les - sons These lit - tie sis - ters tell, The 



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Charlotte Q. 



Rose, Rose, Rose. 



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2. If arosecould whisper, Could it, think you, 

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Fra-grant in its beau - ty, Loveliest flow'r that grows, 
tell Of that bless-ed coun - try Where the an - gels dwell? 

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No. 136. All Hail the Power of Jesus* Name. 



Edward Perronet. 




1. All hail the pow'r of Je-sus* name! Let an-gel8 prostrate fall, Let an-gels 

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

3. Let ev - 'ry kin - dred, ev - 'ry tribe, On this ter-res-trial ball. On this ter- 
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No. 137. 



I'm Not Your Jud*e. 



Sarah Spencer-Ruff. 



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1. I'm not your judge, Nay! God forbids Me judge the rec-ord of yourdeeds; 

2. I'm not your judge, Nay! I'm un-fit, God plainly tells in ho - ly writ; 

3. I'm not yourjudge, Nay! One on high Will read your sentence by and by; 

4. I'm not your judge, Nay! One up-on His throne will judge in love, His own; 

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He bids me raise and lift you up, Then pass to you the lov-ing-cup; 
But while we jour -ney side by side, I am your friend what-e'er be-tide; 
So, - ver all your faults I cast Love's sacred man -tie to the last; 

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But while we jour -ney side by side, I am your friend whate'er be-tide. 
So -ver all your faults I cast Love's sacred man -tie to the last. 



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2. What will you do when The Cru - ci - fled Points to the cross where for 

3. What will you do when you stand in need, With- out a friend who can 

4. What will you do with your pomp and pride, What will you do, for you 



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you He died. How can you hide from your guilt - y fears, 

in - ter - cede, Too late your plead -ings, in vain your tears, 

must de - cide? Has - ten to - day, for the judg - ment nears; 

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Judge ap-pears? Christ is a ref-uge what-ev-er 

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No. 139. 



He Loves Even Me. 



Scott Lawrence. 






1. When I think of my Sav-ior's great love, In com-ing from Heav-en a- 

2. When I think of the thorns on His brow, Seems as if I can see Je-sus 

3. When I think how He saves me from sin, Though oft - en un-grate-ful I've 



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now, As He suf-fered for me,That my soul might be free: I am sure that He 
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2. When I am tempted, to Je-sus I go; Is it not won-der -ful? 

3. I have not found such a friendan-y- where; Is it not won-der -ful? 






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Jesus Will! 



Ina Duley Osdon. 

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D. Ackley. 



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1. Who will - pen mer-cy's door? Je-suswill! Je-suswill! 

2. Who can take a - way my sin? Je-suswilll Je-suswill! 

3. Who can conquer doubts and fears? Je-suswlU! Je-suswill! 

4. Who will be my dear- est Friend? Je-suswilll Je-suswill! 



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Je - sus, bless-ed Je - sus wiU! 

Je-sus, bless-ed Je - sus will! 

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1. In vain I've tried a thousand ways Myfears to quell, my hopes to raise, 

2. My soul is night, my heart is steel, I can -not see, I can-not feel; 

3. He died for me, He lives. He pleads. There's love in all His words and ieeds; 

4 . Tho ' some will scorn , tho ' some will blame , I '11 go with all my guilt and shame. 



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For light, for life, I must ap-peal To Je - sus, 

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There Will I Follow Thee. 



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2. - ver the snow cov-ered moun-tain, Out on the wild des-ert track, 

3. Tell - ing of hope to the friend-less,Cheer-ingthehorae8 where they dwell; 

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Shar-ing the tri - als of oth - ers, 

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Fen - der - ly call - ing them back. 
In - to the dark pris-on cell. 
Pa-tient-ly bear -ing my own. 

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I Am Happy in Him. 



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1. My soul is 8ohap-py in Je - sus, For He is so precious to me-, 

2. He sought me so long ere I knew Him, When wand'ring afar from the fold; 

3. His love and His mer-cy surround me, His grace like ariv-erdoth flow; 

4. They say I shall some day be like Him, My cross and my burden lay down; 



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E'b voice it is music to hear it, His face it is heaven to see. 
Safe home in His arms He hath bro't me. To where there are pleasures untold. 
His Spir- it, to guide and to comfort, Is with me wher-ev-er I go. 
Till then Iwillev-er be faith -ful, In gath - er-ing gems for His crown. 






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Better Than I Know. 



Ina Duley Osdon. 



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1. Christ found me lost in sor-row's night, Up - on my soul a crim-son blight; 

2. He drew me to His lov - ing heart, And bade me nev - er-more de - part; 

3. When I, in weak -ness, al- most fail, Still does His love for me pre -vail. 



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No love like His, a-bove, be-low, — He loves me bet -ter than I know. 
Still does He grace and mer - cy show; He loves me bet - ter than I know. 



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Ue Knows It All. 



Ophelia Adams. 




C. M. Davis. 






1. I love to think my Fa-ther knows Why I have missed the path I chose, 

2. I love to think my Fa-ther knows The thorns I pluck with ev-'ry rose, 

3. I love to think my Fa-ther knows The strength or weakness of my foes, 



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Thedai-ly griefs I «eek to hide From the dear souls I walkbe-side. 
And that I need but stand and see Each con-flict end in vie - to - ry. 




He knows it all, . . , He knows it all, . . . My Fa-ther 

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Holy Bible, Book Divine. 



John Burton. copyright 19oo, by e. o. exceu. 

Slow, with dignity. 



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1. Ho - ly Bi - ble, Book di - vine, Pre-cious treas-ure, thou art mine: 

2. Mine to chide me when I rove; Mine to show a Sav-ior'slove; 

3. Mine to com-fort in dis-tress, Suf-f'ring in this ml-der-ness; 

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Mine thou art to guide and guard; Mine to pun - ish or re - ward; 

Mine to show, by liv - ing faith, Man can tri-umph o - ver death; 

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No. 148. My father Holds My Hand. 



Mrs. C. H. M. 

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1. My Fa - ther holds my hand, 

2. Se - cure in Him I trust 

3. His love can nev-er fail; 

4. He knows the way I take; 



My Lord who loves me so; 
My all from day to day; 
His mer - cy knows no end; 
My life by Hira was planned; 




His grace en- a-bles me to stand; He will not let me go. . . 

'Mid good or seem-ing ill I rest, Be - cause He knows the way. . . 

Tho'tempt-ed oft, 1 shall pre- vail; He Vfill my soul de-fend. , . 

Tho'friendsmayfail and earth-ties break, He still wiU hold my hand. . . 



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No. 149. Somebody Knows. 



Alfred t1. Ackley 



B. D. Acidey. 




1. FaO - ing in strength when op- prest by my foes, Some- bod -y knows, Some-bod-y knows; 

2. Why should I fear when the care-bil-tows roll? Some -bod- y knows, Some-bod-y knows; 

3. Wound-ed and help - less and sick with dis- tress, Some-bod-y knows, Some-bod-y knows; 




Wait - ing for some -one to ban-isb my woes, Some-bod-y knows,— 'tis Je - sus. 
When the deep shad- ows sweep o - ver my soul, Some-bod-y knows,— 'tis Je - bus. 
Long -ing for home and a moth-er's ca - ress, Some-bod-y knows,— 'tis Se - sus. 




Some-bod - y knows, Some-bod - y knows When I am tempt-ed and tried hg my foes; 




No, 150. The Slighted Stranger. 



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Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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2. Prom lone-ly, dark Geth-sera - a - ne, Thro' Pi-late's hall of shame, Up - ver era • el 

3. Yet still He waits and calls to thee, Al • tho' ye scarce can hear The plead • ing voice, so ' 

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o'er and o'er He soft - ly calls to thee! His hands are pierced, His brow 13 torn, 
Cal-Ta-ry, To thee in love He camel De-spisedl re-ject-edl cru-ci-fiedl 
oft * en has It fal • len on thine ear: soul, a - rise and let Him in. Lest 




face is sad, but sweet— It is the Lord of Par - a-dlsel A - rise, thy Sav-ior greet. , 
love, grace un-known,That He should still re-mem-ber thee, And claim thee for His ownl. 
from the boltred door In sor-row He should turn a-way. To call for thee no more. 




Tet He stands at thy bearfs door plead - iog, Why, why not let Him in? 



No. 151. 



His Love For Me. 



F. M. Eastwood 



Fred H. Byshe. 




1. You have heard of the sto - ry of Je - bus— Of His grace.flowing boundless and free, . . 

2. You have heard how He blessed lit -tie chil-dren: "Come, allye that are weaiy," said He; 

3. You have heard how the blind as they sought Him, Found their sight, when He bade them to see; 

4. You have heard how He spake to the tem - pest— How Hi8words,"Peace,bestilll"calmedthes 




But there's no one can tell you the ful ^ ness Of His won - der - ful love for me. 

So I came, and He gave me the bless - ing Of His won- der- ful love for me. 

So my sin-blind-ed eyes have been o - pened By His won - der - ful love for me. 

So ray soul found the peace that it longed for In His won - der - ful love for me. 




His love for me. His love for mel High as the beav'n, deep as the sea; 

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jNo. 152. There's a Hand Held Out. 



M. W. Morse. 



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1. There's a hand held out in pit • y, There's a hand held out in love: . . 

2. Oh, how gen - tly will it lead usi Oh, how ten - der is its touch!. 

3. Shall I, to this hand ei-tend-ed, Pay no heed as it in-vites?.. 

4. Nay, I would this prof-fered hand take, Know-ing that it leads a • right;., 




It will pi • lot to the cit - y, Where our Fa - ther dwells a -bove... 

'T is the bless - ed hand of Je - sua; — We all need it, oh, so much!.. 

Shall my Sav - ior be of-fend-ed, Give I not to Him His rights?. 

Yes, I would this lov - ing choice make, . . Trust-ing in His love and might, . 




There's a hand that will prove true Wbat-ev>er our lot shall be. 

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It Is Jesus 




1. Be • holdl One com-eth in the way, In bum-ble garments clad; The poor-est of the 

2. What words of grace and trnth He speaks, Ne'er beard on earth before: ^e burdened sin-ner 

3. They lead Him forth to Cal-va - ry, — see Him bleed and diet His parch-ed lips are 

4. But lol what Wondrous thing is done? The grave has lost its dead! To weep-ing ones He 




poor is He, No pil- low for His head; 
hears that voice. And feels his sins no more; 
plead-mg now For those who cru-ci - fy! 
re - ap-pears, When all their hopes had fled; 



hnn - gry, wea - ry, sick and sad In 

calls the dead to life a-gain. Bids 

head is bowed, the cup has passed. His 

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crowds about Him press,— To ev - 'ry one He gives re-lief,— What manner of man is this? 
winds and bil-lows cease,— None other man such works hath done, — What manner of man is this? 
Spir - it finds re -lease,— He suf-fered thus for you and me,— What manner of man is this? 
com - fort and to bless; The heav'ns receive Him from their sight,— What manner of man is this? 




No. 154. The Good Old-Fashioned Way. 



Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr. 



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I am on the Gos-pel highway, Pressing for-ward to the goal, Where for me a rest re- 

2. From the snares of sin-ful pleas-ure. Here my feet are al - ways free; Tho' the way may be called 

3. Man - y friends have gone before me, They have laid their ar-mor down, With the pil-grims and the 

4. Just a few more steps to fol-low. Just a few more days to roam; But the way grows more de- 




main-eth In the home-land of the soul: 
nar - row. It is wide e-nough for me; 
mar-tyrs Have ob-tained a robe and crown; 
fight-ful As I'm draw-ing near-er home; 



Ev-'ry hour I'm mov-ing on-ward, Not a 
It was wide e-nough for Dan-iel, And for 
On this road they fought their battles, Shouting 
When the storms of life are o - ver, And the 



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mo - ment to de-lay; I am go - ing home to glo - ry In the good old-fashioned way. 
Da - vid in his daj; I am glad that I can fol - tow In the good old-fashioned way, 
vie - fry day by day: I shall o - ver-come and join them In the good old-fashioned way, 
clouds have rolled a- way, I shall find the gates of Heav-en In the good old-fashioned way. 

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In the good old - fash-ioned way. In the good old - fash-ioned way. 




No. 155. 



I Know. 



W. H. O. and C. H. a 



Chas. H. Oabriel. 




1. You ask me how I gave my heart to Christ? yea, I know! There came a yearning in my soul for 

2. You ask me when I gave my heart to Christ? Yes, lean telil The day, and just the hour.indeed, I 

3. You ask me where I gave my heart to Christ? Yes, lean sayl That sacred place can never fade from 




Him, So long ago. I found earth's fairest floVrs would fade and die; I wept for something that would satis- 
now Remember well. It was when I was struggling all a - lone, The light of His for-giv-ing Spir - it 
sight, As yes-ter-day. Perhaps He tho't it better I should not Forget the place, for I should love the 




fy; . . . And, in mygrief, somehow, I seemed to dare . . To lift my bro-ken heart to Him in 
shone . . In - to my heart all clouded o'er with sin, . . That I nn-loeked the door and let Him 
spot; . . And un-til I be-hold Him face to face, . . 'Twill be to me, on earth, the dear-est 




prayer. yes, I know! And I can tell you how; I know, I know He is my Savior now. . . 
in. . . .Oyes, I know! And I can tell you when; I know, I know He is so dear since then, 
place. . yes, I know I And I can tell you where; I know, I know He came and blest me there. 



No. 156. He Will Not Forsake You. 



E. E. Hewitt. 



eOCVRIaHT, l(0(, BY E. o. 




1. He will not for - sake yon, Whose glo - ries shine a - far; 

2. He will not for - ^ke joo, The chil-dren of the King, Made in His own 

3. He will not for • sake yoa; Oh, let the mes - sage ring, Bright or storm - y 




ra - yen. And nam -hers ev - 'ry star, 
like • ness. His sav - ing grace to sing; 
weath-er, 'Twill hope and glad-ness bring; 



Will not let His chil • dren One 

Boaght with blood so pre - cions, Re- 

Let ns sweet -ly trust Him, Re- 




hour for-got-ten be; Trust the heav'nly Fa - ther, Trust Him who cares for thee, 
deemed at such a cost, He will not for - get you. His word can-not be lost, 
joic • mg in His love, Till we bet • ter praise Him In that bright home a • bove. 




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Trust Him, trust Him, Whatever may be-tide; He who clothes the lil-ies Is" ev - er at your side; 

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Trust Him, trust Him Whose glories shine afar; He will not for-sake yon Who numbers ev-'iy star. 



No. 157. Clinging Close to His Hand. 



Lizzie DeArmond. 



copvmoHT, mo, iy t. o. txceu 




1. As I cling to the hand of my Lord each day, . . What a 

2. II I cling to His hand when the way grows dim, . . What is 

3. I will cling to the hand whose nail-prints I see, . . And will 




glad-ness is mine in the heav'nward wayl . 

there I need fear, since I trust in Him? 
lest in the love that is full and free; . 



Bless - ed fel-low-ship onrs 

For His lave lights the way 
Cling - ing ev-er to Him, 




aU the way a - long, As ray glad - ness voi - ces it - self in song, 

that my feet must tread, And Faith's day - star bright-ens the path a - head. 
of His grace I sing, Christ, my Sav - ior, ev-er to be my King. 




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Clinging, clinging by faith to my Savior's hand; Clinging, clinging to Him who my way hath planned; 




Cling-ing, cling-ing to Je-sus, my Hope, my All; Cling-ing, 



clinging, clinging, I can-not falK 



No. 158. 



rm a Pilgrim. 



Mary S. B. Dana. 



BY E. O. EXCEU. 



Chas. H. aabriel. 




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1. I'm a pil-grim, and I'm a strao-ger; I can tar - ry but a nightl 

2. Of that Cit - y to which I jour - ney, My Re-deem - er is the Light; 

3. There the sun-beams are ev-er shin-ing,— my long - mg heart is there; 

(1)1 can tar - ry but a Dight, I can tar-ry but a nigbtt 

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Do not de-tain me, for I am go - ing To where the foun-tains are ev -er flow- ing; 
There is no sor - row, nor an -y sigh - ing, Nor aa-y tears there, nor an -y dy - ing; 
Here in this coun - try, so dark and drear - y, I ionghavewaa-dered, forlorn and wear - y; 
(1.) Do not de-tain me, for I am go -ing To where the (ountaias are ever flow- mg; 

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Do not de-tain me, for I am go - ing To where the foun-tains are ever flowing. 

There is no sor -row, nor an -y sigh - ing, Nor an -y tears there, nor an -y dy - ing. 

Here in this coun - try, so dark and drear - y, I long have wan-dered, forlorn and wear - y. 

(1,) Do not de-tain me, for I am go -ing To where the fountains are ever flow -ing. 




I'm a pil-grim, and I'm a stran - ger; I can tar-ry but a night; 

Fm a pilgrim and a stranger, I'm a pilgrim and a stranger; I can tarry but a night, I can tarry but a night; For 




I'm a pi! - grim, and I'm a stran - ger, I can tar-ry, I can tar-ry but a night. 

I'm a pilgrim and a stranger, I'm a pilgrim and a stranger, 



!No. 159. '^Heaven Is Not Far Away/' 



J. E. Ramsey. 



Roger Cox. 




y. Kneel - ing by my trun-dle bed, Moth - er's hand np - on my head, She would kiss my 
2. Dark-neaacomes with gnilt-y fears, Sin and shame bring bit - ter tears, Pray - ing there, night 




Mother's feet have en-tered in, Still that iwhis-per when I pray, "Heav'n is not far a - way." 
An-gel hosts en-camped a-round. In my dreams I hear them say, "Heav'n is not far a • way." 
Dear-er than a moth-er's kiss— On His breast my head to lay, "Heav'n is not far a - way." 




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Still that whis-per when I pray, "Heav'n is not far a - way." 

In my dreams I hear them say, "Heav'n is not far a - way." 3. Whenatlast 'midshadows deep, 

On His breast my head to lay, "Heav'n is not far a -way." 



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No. 160. • My Mother's Song. 



J. B. Ramsey. 



E. O. Excell. 



1. Sing me the song my moth-er sang In ac-cents sweet and low, That dear old song she 

2. sing it as she sang that day, So tender and so sweet, When pen - i - tent I 

3. Sing me the dear old song a-gain, It brings a sweet re - lief; 'Twas mother's song in 

4. Sing as she sang, with faith so strong. When called by an - gel band. To join "her song with 




sang to me In childhood long a - go; 
knelt to pray, Be - fore the mer - cy - seat; 
joy or pain. Her balm for ev - 'ry grief; 
ser-aph throng. In heav'n's sweet smn-mer land; 



Me thinks I hear her voice a-gain, > And 
It seemed a song from angel tongue. My 
In vale or on the mountain steep. She 
Still sing-ing God's re-deem-ing love, His 




see her smil - ing face. As when she sang that sweet re-fraifa .Of God's A-maz - ing Grace, 
bro-ken heart to bless. When mother sang that dear old song Of God's A-maz - ing Grace, 
sang her song of praise,— The Lord my sonl will safe-Iy keep. Thro' His A-maz - ing Grace.- 
gloj^ry on her face, She winged her way to realms a-bove,Thro' God's A-maz - ing Grace. 




Afler each itanza ting the corresponding stanza of the following hymn: "Amazing Grace," 

No. 161. Amazing Grace. 

John Newton, , ^ . Arr. by E. O. Excell. 

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2 f Amazing grace! how sweet the sound, 
■ I That saved a wretch like me! I once was Iost,but now am found, Was blind, but now I see. 




2 'Twas grace that taught my heart 
And grace my fears relieved; [to fear 
How precious did that grace appear 
The hour I first believed! . 



3 Thro' many dangers, toils and 
I have already come; [snares, 
'Tis grace hath bro't me safe thus 
And grace will lead me home, [far, 



4 When we've been there ten thon> 
Bright shining as the snn,[sand years 
We've no less days to sing God's 
Than when we first begun, [praise 



No. 162. 



We've a Story to Tell. 



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F. L. B. 



IVritten expressly for E. O. Excell. 

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2. Wan-der-er, far a - way from love to - day, In the sea of sin so 

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A crown of life is wait-ing there, And rai - ment white as snow! 

A - way with fears! a - way with tears! Re - ceive His fond em -brace! 

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Reapers Are Needed. 



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2. Ev - 'ry sheaf you gath-er will be-coine a jew - el bright In the crown you 

3. Morning hours are pass-ing and the eve-ning fol-lows fast; Soon the time of 

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INo. 165. 



How I Love Him. 



O A H A Irl COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY E. O. EXCELL. WORDS AND MUSIC 

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Grown Nim King of Kings. 



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The Kin6 of Kin^s. 

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He it was who gave His life for our sal - va - tion ; 

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Won-der - ful His love! Won-der-fnl His love! With our 

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Crown Him, crown Him King, Make His praise for - ev - er glo - rioas ! 



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All Hail, Immanuel! 



D. R. Van Sickle. 



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No. 169. Wounded for Our Transgressions. 

COPYRIGHT, 1911, 8Y ARTHUR S. MAOANN, MADISON, WISCONSIN. 

Mrs. C. H. M. Mrs. C. H Morris. 

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1. Sing we the prais-es of Je-sus, the won-der-ful Savior of men; 

2. To Beth - le - hem of Ju-de-a, a Babe in a manger He came; 

3. Glo - ry to God in the highest, our glad hearts exultantly sing, 



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Tempt -ed in all points as we are, and yet without sin was He found; 
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God - man, our frailties He knows, and His grace doth to sinners a-bound. 
Wor-shiped, enthroned and exalted. He liv-eth for-ev - er on high. 

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Servant of All. 



4, BY VAWTER AND HACKLEMAN. 



Chas. A. Plocta. 




1. Who would be greatest a-mong you, Let him be serv-ant of 

2. Who would be greatest a-mong you, Let him be serv-ant of 

3. Who would be greatest a-mong you, — What shall the prof-It then 

4. Who would be greatest a-raong you,— Moth-er of Zeb-e- dee's 



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Drink of the cup of My sor - row. Taste of earth's wormwood and gall. 
Gain-ingthe world, if thou los - est Life thro' e - ter - ni - ty? 
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Deep are Geth-sem - a - ne's shad- ows, Yon-der the cross, grim and tall: 

Voi - ces of pleas-ure are call - ing Un-to the ban-quet-ing hall: 

Thrones on My right and My left hand On-ly to he-roes shall fall: 



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Who would be great-est a-mong you. Let him be serv-ant of all. 

Who would be great-est a-mong yon. Let him be serv-ant of all. 

Those who o-bey My commandments, These are the greatest of aD. 



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A. M. Toplady. 



Rock of A^es. 

COPYRIGHT, 1912, ev E. O. EXCELL. RENEWAL. 



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Edward Peironet. 



Oliver Holden. 



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2. Crown Him, ye mom-ing stars of light. Who fixed this earth-ly 

3. Sin - ners,whose love can ne'er for- get The wormwood and the 

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

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Now hail the strength of Is-rael's might. And crown Him Lord of all; 

Go, spread your tro-phies at His feet. And crown Him Lord of aD; 

To Him all maj-es-ty as -cribe. And crown Him Lord of aD, 

We'll join the ev - er - last-ing song. And crown Him Lord of aS.; 



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Go, spread your tro-phies at His feet. And crown Him Lord of 

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It Is Well With My Soul. 



H. a. Spafford. 



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2. Tho' Sa - tan should buf -fet, tho' tri - alsshould come, Let this blest as- 

3. My sin — oh, the bliss of this glo - ri-oustho't — My sin — not in 

4. And, Lord, haste the day when the faith shall be sight, The clouds be rolled 

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sur-ance con-trol. That Christ has re-gard - ed my help -less es-tate, 
part, but the whole. Is nailed to the cross and I bear it no more, 
back as a scroll, The trump shall re-sound and the Lord shall de-eoend. 



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Matthew Bridges. 



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2. Oown Him the Lord of love! Be - hold His hands and side,— 

3. Grown Him the Lord of life! Who tri-nmphed o'er the grave; 

4. Crown Him the Lord of heav'n! One with the Fa - ther known, 

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Who rose vie - to - rious to the strife For those He came to save: 
One with the Spir-it thro' Him giv'n From yon - der glo -rious throne! 



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No an - gel in the sky Can full - y bear that sight, 

His glo - ries now we sing, Who died and rose on high; 

To Thee be end - less praise. For Thou for ns hast died; 

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But down-ward bends his won-d'ring eye At mys-ter-ies so bright. 
Who died e-ter-nal life to bring. And lives that death may die. 
Be Thou, Lord, thro' end - less days A-dored andmag-ni - fied. 



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Onward, Christian Soldiers. 



Sabine Baring-Qould. 



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2. At the sign of tri - umph Sa-tan's host doth flee; On, then. Christian sol-diers, 

3. Like a might-y ar - my Moves the Church of God; Brothers, we are tread -ing 

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On to vie - to - ry! Hell's foun-da-tions quiv - er At the shout of praise; 
Where the saints have trod; We are not di - vid - ed, All one bod - y we, 
In the tri-umph song; Glo - ry, laud and hon - or Un - to Christ the King, 

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No. 177. Who is On the Lord's Side? 

Prances R. Havergal. Sir John Qoss. 




1. Who is on the Lord's side? Who will serve the King? Who will be His help 

2. Not for weight of glo - ry, Not for crown and palm, En - ter we the ar - 

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

4. Fierce may be the con - flict, Strong may be the foe, But the King's own ar - 



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Raise the war-rior-psalm; But for Love that claim - eth Lives for whom He died: 
For Thy di - a - dem: With Thy bless-ing fill - ing Each who comes to Thee, 
None can o - ver-throw: Round His standard rang - ing, Vic - fry is se - cure; 



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He whom Je - sus nam - eth Must be on His side. By Thy love con-strain-ing, 

Thou hast made us will - ing, Thou hast made us free. By Thy grand I'e - demp-tion. 

For His truth nn-chang-ing Makes the tri - umph sure. Joy - ful - ly en - list - ing. 



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INo. 178. Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go. 



George Matheson. 



Albert L. Peace. 




Love that wilt not let me go, 
Light that followest all my way, 
Joy that seekest me thro' pain 
Cross that lift-est up my head. 



I rest my wear-y soul in Thee; I give Thee 

I yield my flick'ring torch to Thee; My heart re- 
I can-not close my heart to Thee; I trace the 
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stores its borrowed ray,That in Thy sunshine's glow its day May brighter.f air-er 1 
rain-bow thro' the rain, And feel the promise is not vain That morn shall tearless 1 
dust life's glory dead, And from the ground there blossoms red Life that shall ( 







No. 179. Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee. 



Edward Caswall. 



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Je - sus, what it is None but His loved ones know. 



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No. 180. Gome, Thou Almighty Kin*. 



Charles Wesley. 



Felice Qiardini. 



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Come, Thou Al-might-y King, Help us Thy name to sing, Help us to praise: Fa-ther all- 
Come, Thou in-car-nate Word, Gird on Thy mighty sword, Our prayer attend; Come,and Thy 
Come, ho - ly Com - fort - er. Thy sa-cred wit - ness hear In this glad hour; Thou who al- 
To the great One in Three, The highest prais - es be Hence, ev-er-more! His sov'reign 

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peo - pie bless. And give Thy word success: Spir-it of ho - li-ness. On us de-scend! 
might-y art. Now rule in ev- 'ry heart. And ne'er from us de-part, Spir- it of pow'r! 
maj-es-ty May we in glo- ry see, And to e- ter - nt-ty Love and a-dore! 



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No. 181. Break Thou the Bread of Life. 



Mary Ann Lathbury. 



William F. Sherwln. 



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1. Break Thou the bread of lif e,Dear Lord.to me.As Thou didst break the loaves Beside the sea. 

2. Bless Thou the truth, dear Lord, To me, to me. As Thou didst bless the bread By Gal-i - lee; 

3. Teach me to live, dear Lord, On-ly for Thee, As Thy dis - ci-ples lived In Gal - i - lee; 




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Then shall all bondage cease. All fet-ters fall. And I shall find my peace, My all in all. 
Then, all my struggles o'er. Then, vict'ry won, I shall behold Thee, Lord, The living one. 



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2. May Thy rich grace im-part Strength to my faintingjieart, My zeal in-spire; As Thou hast 

3. While life's dark maie I tread, And griefs around me spread,Be Thou my Guide; Bid darkness 



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while I pray. Take all my sin a -way, let me from this day Be whol-ly Thine! 
died for me, may my love to Thee, Pure, warm, and changeless be,— A liv-ing fire! 
turn to day. Wipe sorrow's tears a- way, Nor let me ev-er stray From Thee a -side. 




No. 183. 

Wm. Hunter. 



The Great Physician. 



J. H. Stockton. 

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' I He speaks the droop-ing heart to cheer, 

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*" I Go on your way in peace to Heav'n, 



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I now believe in Jesus; 
I love the blessed Savior's name, 
I love the name of Jesus. 



4 His name dispels my guilt and fear, 
No other name but Jesus; 
Oh! how my soul delights to hear 
The charming name of Jesus. 



INo. 184. 

Bernard Barton. 



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3 Walk in the light! and thou shalt own 

Thy darkness passed away, 
Because that light hath on thee shone 
In which is perfect day. 

4 Walk in the light! and e'en the tomb 

No fearful shade shall wear; 
Glory shall chase away its gloom, 
For Christ hatd conquered there. 



No. 185. 

Wm. P. Mackay. 



Revive Us Again. 



J. J. Husband. 



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2. We praise Thoe, God! 

3. An glo - ry and praise 

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For Thy Spir - it of light. 
To the Lamb that was slain. 




For Je - sus who died 

Who has shown us our Sav 
Who has borne all our sins 



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No. 186. 

James Nicholson. 



Whiter Than Snow. 



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1. Lord Je-sus, I long to be per-fect-ly whole; I wantTheefor-ev - er to 

2. Lord Je-sus, look down from Thy throne in the skies, And help me to make a com- 

3. Lord Je-sus, for this I most humbly en -treat, I wait, blessed Lord, at Thy 



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No. 187. 



Jesus Galls Us. 



Cecil P. Alexander. 



W. H. Jude. 






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2. Jesus calls us from the worship Of the vain world's golden store; From each idol that would 



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Savior, make us hear Thy call; 
Give our hearts to Thine obedience. 
Serve and love Thee best of all. 



No. 188. Jesus, Thou Art 6tandin$. 

William W. How. 



Justin H. KnMbt. 
Edw. Husband. 



1.0 Je - sus. Thou art stand-in? Out- side the fast-closed door. In low-ly 



1.0 Je - sus, Thou art stand-ing Out- side the fast-closed door. In low-iy 

2. Je - sns.Thoo art knocking; And lol thatband is scarred. And thorns Thy 

3.0 Je • sus, Thou art plead-ing In ac - cents meek and low, "I died for 



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pa-tience wait-ing To passthe threshold o'er: Webear thename of Chris-tians.His 
brow en - cir -cle. And tears Thy face have marred: love that pass-eth knowledge, So 
yon, my chil-dren. And will ye treat me so?" Lord, with shame and sor • row We 



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name and sign we bear: shame, thrice shame np-on ns. To keep Him standing therel 



name and sign we bear; shame, thrice shame np-on ns, To keep Him standing therel 

pa-tient-ly to wait! sin that hath no e - qual, So f ast to bar the gate! 

o - pen now the door; Dear Sav - ior, en - ter, en - ter. And leave us nev-er - morel 



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John Bowrlng. 



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2. When the woes of life o'ertake me, Hopes deceive, and fears an- noy, Never shall the 



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Light and love upon my way, 

From the cross the radiance streaming 

cred sto-ry Gathers round its head sublime. Adds more luster to the day. 

cross forsake me; Lo! it glows with peace and icy. . -, j •., • ^ , 

y^ . D r ' ■' 4 Bane and blessing, pam and pleasore, 

# • "P" T^'P'f^ i III By the cross are sanctified; 

Peace is there that knows no measoie, 

Joys that throagh all time abide. 



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No. 190. 

A. Reed. 



Holy Ghost, With Love Divine. 



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1. Ho - ly Ghost, with light di - vine. Shine up - on this heart of mine; 

2. Ho - ly Ghost, with pow'r di - vine, Cleanse this guilt - y heart of mine; 

3. Ho - ly Ghost, with joy di - vine. Cheer this sad - dened heart of mine; 

4. Ho - ly Spir - it, all di - vine, Dwell with -in this heart of mine; 

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Held do - min - ion o'er my soul. 
Heal my wound-ed, bleed -ing heart. 
Reign su - preme— and reign a - lone. 



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2 As a mother stills her child. 
Thou canst hush the ocean wild; 
Boisterous waves obey Thy will 
When Thou say'st to them "Be still!" 
Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, 
Jesus, Savior, pilot me. 



When at last I near the shore. 
And the fearful breakers roar 
Twixt me and the peaceful rest. 
Then, while leaning on Thy breast. 
May I hear Thee say to me, 
"Fear not, I will pilot thee." 



No. 192. 



Nearer, My God, to Thee. 



Sarah F. Adams. 



Lowell Mason. 



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1. Near-er, my God, to Thee, Near-er to Thee! E'en tho' it be a cross That rais-eth me; 

2. Tho'like a wan-der-er, The sun gone down. Darkness be o - ver me, My rest a stone; 

3. There let the way appear Steps un-to heav'n; All that Thou sendest me, In mer-cy giv'n- 




Still all my song shall be. Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee! 
Yet in my dreams I'd be Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee! 
An - gels to beck-on me Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee! 




No. 193. 



Just As I Am. 



Charlotte Elliott. 



Wm. Bradbury. 




1. Just as I am, with - out one plea, But that Thy blood was shed for me, 

2. Just as I am, and wait - ing not To rid my soul of one dark blot, 

3. Just as I am, tho' tossed a - bout With many a con - flict, many a doubt, 




And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee, Lamb of God, I 

To Thee whose blood can cleanse each spot, Lamb of God, I 

Fight-ing and fears with - in, with - out, Lamb of God, I 

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Sight, riches, healing of the mind. 
Yea, all I need in Thee to And, 
Lamb of God, I come! I come! 



5 Just as I am— Thou wilt receive. 
Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; 
Because Thy promise I believe, 
Lamb of God, I come! I come! 



No. 194. 



Savior, Like a Shepherd. 



Dorotby A. Thrupp. 



WiUiam B. Bradbury. 



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, ( Sav - ior, like a shepherd lead us, Much we need Thy tend'rest care; 

• ( In Thy pleasant pastures feed us, For our use Thy folds pre-pare: 

n < We are Thine; do Thou befriend us, Be the Guardian of our way; } pi„„o^ Ta-cnc 

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Poor and sinful though we be; 
Thou hast mercy to relieve us, 
Grace to cleanse, and power to free: 

Blessed Jesus, 
We will early turn to Thee. 



4 Early let us seek Thy favor, 
Early let us do Thy will; 
Blessed Lord and only Savior, 
With Thy love our bosoms fiB: 



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No. 195. 

Timothy Dwight. 



Love Thy Kingdom, Lord. 




1. I love Thy king-dom, Lord, The house of Thine a • bode; The Church our blest Re- 
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Thine eye. And gra-ven on Thy hand. 



3 For her my tears shall fall. 
For her my prayers ascend; 
To her my cares and toil be given. 
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Her sweet communion, solemn vo 
Her hymns of love and praise. 



No. 196. Fade, Fade, Bach Earthly Joy. 

Mrs. Horatlus Bonar. u8eo by permission, john r. clements, owner. x. B. Perkins. 



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- Je - sus a - lone can bless, 
Here would I ev - er stay, 
-Pass from my heart a - way. 



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Jesus is mine! 
Lost in this dawning light, 

Jesus is mine! 
All that my soul has !ried . 
Left but a dismal void, 
Jesus has satisfied, 

Jesus IS mine! 



4 Farewell, mortality, 

Jesus is mine! 
Welcome, eternity, 

Jesus is mine! 
Welcome, loved and blest. 
Welcome, sweet scenes of rest. 
Welcome, my Savior's breast, 

Jesus is mine! 



No. 197. Oh, For a Thousand Tongues. 

Charles Wesley. 




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2. My gracious Mas-ter and my God, As - sist me to pro - claim. To spread thro' aU the 




the name that charms our fears. 
That bids our sorrows cease; 
Tis music in the sinner's ears, 
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earth a-broad,The hon-ors of Thy name. 4 ge breaks the power of cancelled sin, 

He sets the prisoner free; 
His blood can make the foulest dean; 
His blood availed for me. 



No. 198. Savior, Wash Me in the Blood. 



William Cowper. 



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3 Thou dying Lamb, Thy precious blood 
Shall never lose its power, 
Till all the ransomed Church of God 
Be saved, to sin no more. 

And I shall be whiter than the snow. . „, 1 . i.. x i.^ <_ 

I _ _ _ 4 E er since by faith I saw the stream 




Thy flowing wounds supply, 
Redeeming love has been my theme. 
And shall be till I die. 



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Robert Robinson. 



Gome, Thou Fount. 



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ceas - ing. Call for songs of loud - est praise. 
D. C— Praise the mount,— I'm fixed up -on it,— Mount of Thy re -deem -ing love! 



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2 Here I'll raise my Ebenezer, 

Hither by Thy help I'm come; 
And I hope, by Thy good pleasure, 

Safely to arrive at home. 
Jesus sought me when a stranger, 

Wandering from the fold of God; 
He, to rescue me from danger. 

Interposed His precious blood. 



3 Oh, to grace how great a debtor 

Daily I'm constrained to be! 
Let Thy goodness, like a fetter. 

Bind my wandering heart to Thee. 
Prone to wander. Lord, I feel it. 

Prone to leave the God I love; 
Here's my heart, oh, take and seal it. 

Seal it for Thy courts above. 



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2. He'll shield you with a wall of fire, With flam-ing zeal your hearts in - spire, 

3. And when our la - bors all are o'er, Then shall we meet to part no more— 



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Bid rag -ing winds their fu - ry cease, And hush the tem- pest in - 
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John Keble. 



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1. Sun of my soul, Thou Sav - ior dear, It is not night if Thou be near; 

2. When the soft dews of kind - ly sleep My wear-ied eye - lids gen - tly steep, 

3. A - bide with me from mora till eve, Forwith-out Thee I can - not live; 

4. Come near and bless us when we wake, Ere thro' the world our way we take; 



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Be my last tho't, how sweet to rest For-ev - er on my Sav - ior's breast. 

A -bide with me when night is nigh. For without Thee I dare not die. 

Till, in the o - cean of Thy love. We lose our-selves in heav'n a-bove. 

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No. 203. 

Isaac We:t8. 



John Hatton. 






1. Je - sus shall reign wher-e'er the sun Does His suc-ces - sive jour - neys run; 

2. From north to south the princ - es meet, To pay their homage at His feet; 

3. To Him shall end - less prayer be made. And end-less prais-es crown His head; 

4. Peo - pie and realms of ev - 'ry tongue Dwell on His love with sweet - est song. 



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While western em - pires own their Lord, And sav-age tribes at - tend His word. 
His name like sweet per-f ume shall rise With ev - 'ry morn - ing sac - ri - fice. 
And in - fant voi - ces shall pro - claim Their ear - ly bless - ings on His name. 



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No. 204. My Jesus, \ Love Thee. 

London Hymn Book. 



A. J. Oordoa. 



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2 ( I love Thee, be - cause Thou hast first lov - ed me, 

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ing the thorns on Thy brow; If ev- er I loved Thee, my Je - sus, 'tis now. 



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No. 205. 



In mansions of glory and endless delight, 
I'll ever adore Thee in heaven so bright; 
I'll sing with the glittering crown on my brow. 
If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, 'tis now. 

Holy Spirit, Paithful Guide. 



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^•iGen-tly lead us by the hand, Pil-grimsin a des - ertlandj ^^^'^ soaisioi" 
D. C— Whisp'ring softly, "Wand'rer, come, Follow me, I'll guide thee home." 

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D. C— Whisper soft-ly, " Wand'rer.come, Fol - low me, I'll guide thee home." 



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Waiting still for sweet release, 
Nothing left but heaven and prayer. 
Wondering if our names are there; 
Wading deep the dismal flood, 
Pleading naught but Jesus' blood; 
Whisper softly, "Wanderer, come, 
Follow me, I'U guide thee home." 



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rag-ing sore,Hearts grow f aint,and hopes give o'er, 



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No. 206. 

Qeor^e Keith. 



How rirm a foundation. 



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1. How firm a foun-da - tion, ye saints of the Lord, Is laid for your faith in His 

2. "Fear not, I am with tiiee, be not dis - mayed. For 1 am thy God, I will 

3. "When thro' the deep waters I call thee to go, Theriv-ers of sor- row shall 

4. "When thro' fiery tri - als thy path ■ way shall lie, My grace, all - suf - fi - cient, shall 



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ex - eel-lent word' What more can He say than to you He hath said, To you, who for 
still give thee aid; I'll strengthen thee,helpthee,and cause thee to stand. Up-held by my 
not o-ver-flow; For I will be with thee thy tri - als to bless. And sanc-ti - f y 
be thy sup-ply, The flames shall not hurt thee; Ion- ly de - sign Thy dross to con- 







ref - uge to Je - sus have fled? To you, who for ref - uge to Je - sus have fled? 
gra-cious, om-nip - o - tent hand, Up - held by my gra-cious, om-nip - o - tent hand, 
to thee thy deep - est dis - tress. And sane • ti - fy to thee thy deep-est dis-tress. 
sume, and thy gold to re - fine, Thy dross to con-sume,andthygold to re -fine." 




No. 207. 

George Keith. 



How Firm a Foundation. 

(Second tune.) 



Anne Steele. 




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Charles Wesley. 



Refuse. 



J. p. Holbrook. 



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1. Je - sus, Lov - er of my soul, Let me to Thy bos -om fly, While the 

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

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



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near - er wa-ters roll, While the tem - pest still is high. Hide me, 0, my 
leave me not a - lone, Still sup-port and com-fort me. All my trust on 
fall - en, cheer the faint. Heal the sick, and lead the blind. Just and ho - ly 




Sav-ior, hide. Till the storm of life is past; Safe in - to the ha-ven 
Thee is stayed; All my help from Thee I bring; Gov - er my de - f ense-less 
is Thy name, I am all un-right-eous-ness; Vile and full of sin I 



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Grace to cover all my sin; 
Let the healing streams abound; 

Make and keep me pure within. 
Thou of life the fountain art. 

Freely let me take of Thee; 
Spring Thou up within my heart, 

Rise to all eternity. 



No. 209. 



Jesus, Lover of My Soul. 



S. B. Marsh. 



No. 210. 

Reginald Heber. 



Holy, Holy, Holy. 



John B. Dykes. 



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2. Ho - ly, ho - ly, ho 

3. Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho 



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ly! all the saints a - dore Thee, 
ly! tho' the dark-ness hide Thee, 



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Asleep In Jesus. 



Margaret Mackay. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 



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2. A -sleep 

3. A -sleep 

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n Je - sus! bless - ed si ep, From which none ev - er wakes to weep! 

n Je - sus! how sweet To be for such a slum-ber meet! 

n Je - sus! peace-f ul rest, Whose waking is su - preme-ly blest! 

n Je - sus! for me May such a bliss - ful ref - age be! 



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A calm and un - dis-turbed re - pose, Un - bro - ken by the last of foes. 
With ho - ]y con - fi - denee to sing, That Death hath lost his ven-omed sting. 
No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour That man - i - fests the Sav - ior's pow'r. 
Se - cure -ly shall my ash-es lie, Wait-ing the sum-mons from on high. 

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H. F. Lyte. 



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1. A - bide with me: fast falls the e - ven - tide; The dark - ness 

2. Swift to its close ebbs out life's lit - tie day; Earth's joys grow 

3. I need Thy pres - ence ev - 'ry pass-ing hour; What but Thy 

4. Hold Thou Thy cross be - fore my clos - ing eyes; Shine thro' the 



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dim, its glo - ries pass a - way; Change and de - cay 
grace can foil the tempt-er's pow'r? Who, like Thy - self. 



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fail, and com - forts flee. Help of the help- less, oh, a -bide with me! 

all a - round I see; Thou who chang - est not, a - bide with me! 

guide and stay can be? Thro' cloud and sun - shine, oh, a - bide with me! 

earth's vain shadows flee; In life, in death, Lord, a - bide with me{ 



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J. H. Newman. 



Lead, Kindly Li^ht. 



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2,1 was not ev-erthus, nor prayed that Thou Shouldst lead me on; I loved to 
3. So long Thy pow'r has blest-me, sure it still Will lead me on O'er moor and 



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dark, and I am far from home; Lead Thou me on: Keep Thou my feet; I 
choose and see my path; but now Lead Thou me on. I loved the gar - ish 
fen, o'er crag and tor-rent, till The night is gone; And with the morn those 



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day, and, spite of fears. Pride ruled my will: Re-mem-ber not past years, 
an - gel - fa - ces smile, Which I have loved long since, and lost a - wbfle. 



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No. 214. Majestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned. 

Samuel Stennett. Thomas Hastings. 



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1. Ma - jes - tic sweetness sits enthroned Up - on the Sav-ior's brow; His head with 

2. No mor-tal can with Him com-pare, A - mong the sons of men; Fair-er is 

3. He saw me plunged in deep dis - tress, And flew to my re -lief; For me He 

4. To Him I owe my life and breath. And all the joys I have; He makes me 



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ra - diant glories crowned. His lips with grace o'erflow, His lips with grace o'er-flow. 
He than all the fair That fill the heav'nly train, That fill the heav'nly train, 
bore the shameful cross, And car- ried all my grief, And car-ried all my grief, 
tri-nmph o - ver death , And saves me from the grave, And saves me from the grave. 



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James W. Alexander, tr. 



Samuel S. Wesley. 



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2. What Thou, my Lord, hast suffered Was all for sinners' gain: Mine, mine was the trans* 

3. What language shall I bor - row, To thank Thee, dearest Friend, For this. Thy dy-ing 

4. Be near when I am dy -ing, show Thy cross to me, And for my sue -cor 



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round - ed With thorns, Thine only crown; sa-cred Head, what glo • 
gres - sion. But Thine the dead - ly pain. Lo, here I fall, my Sav • 
sor -row, Thy pit -y with -out end? Lord, make me Thine for - ev 
fly • ing, Come Lord, and set me free. These eyes, new faith re - ceiv - 



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I de-serve Thy place; Look on me with Thy fa- vor. Vouchsafe to me Thy grace, 
let me faithless prove: let me nev-er, nev-er, A - buse such dy - ing love. 
Je - sus shall not move; For he who dies be - liev -ing. Dies safe -ly, thro' Thy love. 

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No. 216. Jesus, I My Gross Have Taken. 

Henry F. Lyte. 



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Na - ked, poor, de-spised, for - sa - ken, Thou from hence my all shalt be: 
D. S.— Yet how rich is my con - di - tion, God and heav'n are still my own! 



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They have left my Savior, too; 
Human hearts and looks deceive me; 

Thou art not, like man, untrue: 
And, while Thou shalt smile upon me, 

God of wisdom, love and might, 
Foes may hate, and friends may shun me; 

Show Thy face, and all is bright. 



Go, then, earthly fame and treasure! 

Come, disaster, scorn and pain! 
In Thy service, pain is pleasure; 

With Thy favor, loss is gain. 
I have called Thee, "Abba, Father," 

I have stayed my heart on Thee; 
Storms may howl, and clouds may gather, 

All must work for good to me. 



No. 217. 

John Pawcett. 



Blest Be the Tie. 



Hans George Naegell. 




1. Blest be the 

2. Be - fore our 

3. We share our mu - tual woes, 

4. When we a - sun - der part, 



tie that binds Our hearts in Chris - tian love; 

Fa - ther's throne, We pour our ar - dent prayers; 

Our mu - tual bur - dens bear; 

It gives us in - ward pain; 

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The fel - low - ship of kin - dred minds Is like to that a - bove. 

Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one, Our com - forts and our cares. 

And oft - en for each oth - er flows The sym - pa - thiz - iiig tear. 

But we shall still be joined in heart. And hope to meet a - gain. 



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Little Town of Bethlehem. 



Phillip Brooks. 



Lewis H. Redner. 



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2. For Christ is born of Ma - ry; And gath-ered all a - bove, While mortals sleep, the 

3. Howsi-lent-ly. how si - lent -ly The wondrous gift is giv'n! So God im - parts to 
4.0 ho - ly Child of Beth-le-hem, De-scend to us, we pray; Cast out our sin and 



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dreamless sleep The si -lent stars go by; Yet in thy dark streets shin - eth The 
an - gels keep Their watch of wond'ring love. morn-ing stars, to - geth - er Pro- 
hu - man hearts The blessings of His heav'n. No ear may hear His com - ing; But 
en - ter in,— Be born in us to - day. We hear the Christmas an - gels The 



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ev - er-last - ing Light; The hopes and fears of all the years Are met in thee to - night, 
claim the ho - ly birth, Andprais-es sing to God the King, And peace to men on earth. 
in this world of sin. Where meek souls will receive Him still, The dear Christ enters in. 
great glad ti-dingg tell,— come to us, a-bide with us, Our Lord Em-man -u - eL 



[So. 219. 

A. M, Toplady. 



Rock of A^es. 




D. C— Be of sin the doub - le cure, Save from wrath and make me pure. 




2 Could my tears forever flow, 
Could my zeal no languor know, 
These for sin could not atone. 
Thou must save, and Thou alone: 
In my hand no price I bring, 
Simply to Thy cross I cling. 



3 While I driaw this fleeting breath, 
When my eyes shall close in death, 
When I rise to worlds unknown, 
And behold Thee on Thy throne, . 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me, 
Let me hide myself in Thee. 



No. 220. 

F. J. Crosby. 



Nearer the Gross. 



USED BY PERMISSION. 



Mrs. J. P. Knapp. 




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2. Near - er the Chris-tian's mer - 

3. Near - er in prayer my hope 



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clear I see Je - sus, who gave Him -self forme; Noar-er to Him I 
toil and care, Near-er the joy I long to share, Near-er the crown I 



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still would be, Still I'm com - ing near - er. Still I'm com - ing near - ear. 
soon shall wear, I am com - ing n6ar - er, I am com - ing near - er. 



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No. 221. 

Edward Mote. 



My Hope is Built. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 



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on noth- ing less Than Je - sus' blood and right-eous-ness; 
the sweet-est frame, But whol - ly lean on Je - sus' name. 
His love -ly face, I rest on His nn- changing grace; 
ev-'ry high and storm -y gale. My an-chor holds with -in the veiL 






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Support me in the whelming flood; 
When all around my soul gives way. 
He then is all my hope and stay. 

4 When He shall come with trumpet sound. 
Oh, may I then in Him be found; 
Dressed in His righteousness alone. 
Faultless to stand before the throne. 



INo. 222. 



Love Divine. 



Wesley. 



John Zundel. 



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All Thy faith - ful mer - cies crown. 
En - ter ev - 'ry trem - bling heart! 



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Into every troubled breast! 
Let us all in Thee inherit, 

Let us find the promised rest. 
Take away the love of sinning; 

Alpha and Omega be; 
End of faith, as its beginning. 

Set our hearts at liberty! 



Come, Almighty to deliver. 

Let us all Thy grace receive; 
Suddenly return, and never. 

Never more Thy temples leave: 
Thee we would be always blessing. 

Serve Thee as Thy hosts above, 
Pray, and praise Thee without ceasing. 

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No. 223. The Son of God Goes Forth to War. 



R. Heber 



H. S. Cutler. 




1. The Son of God goes forth to war, A king-ly crown to gain; His blood - red banner 

2. That martyr first, whose eagle eye Could pierce beyond the grave; Who saw his Mas-ter 

3. A no - ble band, the chosen few On whom the Spir-it came; Twelve valiant saints, their 



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streams a - far: Who fol-lows in His train? Who best can drink his cup of woe, Tri- 
in the sky, And called on Him to save. Like Him, with pardon on his tongue, In 
hope they knew. And mocked the cross and flame. They met the tyrant's brandished steel.The 



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midst of mor-tal pain. He prayed for them that did the wrong: Who follows in his train? 
li - on's gory mane; They bowed their heads the stroke to feel: Who follows in their train? 



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No. 224. 

George W. Doane. 



Flin* Out the Banner. 



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2. Fling out the ban - ner! an - gels bend In anx - lous si - 

3. Fling out the ban - ner! hea-then lands Shall see from far 

4. Fhng out the ban -ner! sin - sick souls That sink and per - 

5. Fling out the ban -ner! let it float Sky -ward and sea- 



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ience o'er the sign; 
the glo-rious sight, 
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ward, high and wide. 



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The sun, that lights its shin - ing folds. The cross, on which 
And vain - ly seek to com - pre-hend The won - der of 
And na-tions, crowding to be born. Bap - tize their spir - 
Shall touch in faith its ra-dianthem, And spring im - mor - 
Our glo - ry, on - ly in the cross; Our on - ly hope. 



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What a Triend. 



C. C. Converse. 



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Is there trouble anywhere? 
We should never be discouraged, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Can we find a friend so faithful. 

Who will all our sorrows share? 
Jesus knows our every weakness. 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 



3 Are we weak and heavy laden. 

Cumbered with a load of care?— 
Precious Savior, still our refuge,— 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Do thy friends despise, forsake thee? 

Take it to the Lord in prayer; 
In His arms He'll take and shield thee. 

Thou wilt find a solace there. 



ISo. 226. 



Guide Me. 



W. Williams. 



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2. - pen now the crys-tal foun-tainWhence the healing wa-ters flow; Let the 

3. When I tread the verge of Jor-dan, Bid my anx-ious fears sub -side; Bear me 
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Be Thou still my strength and shield; Strong Deliv'rer,Be Thou still my strength and shield. 
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ISo. 227. Day of Rest and Gladness. 



Christopher Wordsworth. 




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The heavenly manna falls; 
To holy convocations 

The sDver trumpet calls. 
Where gospel light is glowing 

With pure and radiant beams, 
And living water flowing 

With soul-refreshing streams. 



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The light first had its birth; 

Ob thee, for our salvation, 

■ Christ rose from depths of earth; 

On thee, our Lord victorious, 
The Spirit sent from heaven; 

And thus on thee, most glorious, 
A triple light was given. 



No. 228. 



Sweet Hour of Prayer. 



W. W. Walford 




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The joys I feel, the bliss I share, 
Of those whose anxious spirits burn 
With strong desires for thy return! 
With such I hasten to the place 
Where God, my Savior, shows His face, 
And gladly take my station there, 
And wait for thee, sweet hour of prayer. 

No. 229. 

Philip Doddridge. 



Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prdyer. 

Thy wings shall my petition bear 

To Him, whose truth and faithfulness 

Engage the waiting soul to bless: 

And since He bids me seek His face. 

Believe His word, and trust His grace, 

I'll cast on Him my every care, 

And wait for thee, sweet hour of prayer. 



Happy Day. 




I j hap - py -day that fixed my choice On Thee, my Sav - ior and my God! | 

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f, (0 hap -py bond, that seals my vows To Him who mer- its all my love! [ 

" • I Let cheerful an-thems fill His house. While to that sa - cred shrine I move. \ 



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pray, And live re-joi-cing ev-'ry day; 4 Now rest, my long-divided heart, 
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With Him of every good possessed. 




No. 230. 



Sweet By-and-By. 



S. Fillmore Bennett. 



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2 We shall sing on that beautiful shore 
The melodious songs of the blest. 
And our spirits shall sorrow no more. 
Not a sigh for the blessing of rest. 



To our bountiful Father above, 
We will offer our tribute of praise. 

For the glorious gift of His love, 
And the blessings that hallow our days. 



No. 231. He is Able to Deliver Thee. 



1. 'Tis the graod-est theme thro' the a • gee rang; 'Tis the grand • eat theme (or a mor>taltongae; 




Tlio' bj sin op-prest, Go to Him for rest, 



2 'Tis the grandest theme m the earth or main; 
'Tis the grandest theme for a mortal strain; — 
'Tis the grandest theme, teB the world again, 

"Onr God is able to deliver thee." 

3 'Tis the grandest theme, let the tidings roi 
To the guilty heart, to the sinful soul; 

Look to God in faith. He will make thee wdoto, 
"Our God is able to deliver thee." 



INo. 232. I Never Will Gease to Love Him. 

C. H. a. coPYwoMT. liw, «» f. o. fxMit. Chas. H. Oabrfet. 

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. I For an the Lord has done for me, I nev-er will cease to love Him; 

■ 1 And for His grace so rich and free, I [Omit ] nev-er will cease to love Hira. 

He gives me strength for ev - 'ry day, I nev ■ er will cease to love Him; 



will cease to love Him. 




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• erwillcease to love Him, (He's) my Sav-ior, (He's) my Sav-ior; 

•er will cease to love Him, (for) He's done [Omit ] so much (or me. 



3 He saves me every day and hour, 
I never will cease to love Him; 
Jnst now I feel His cleansing power^ 
I never will cease to love Hiffl, 



4 While on my joomey here below, 
I never will cease to love Him; 
And when to that bright world I gi 
J never wiD cease to leve BiD. 



No. 233. To Calvary I Will Go. 



a E. Hewitt 




1. Down in -to the foun- tain I would deep-er go; Down in • to the form - tain, mak-ing white as snow; 

2. Downin-to thefoon-tain, deep-er, deep-er still, Till the grace of Je • sus all my be - ing fill, 

3. Down in - to the' fonn -tain flow-ing from the cross, Let the might-y cur - rents sweep a - way all dross; 




Tho' with sins of scar -let, and of crim-son dyed, I shall come np spot -less from the sav - ing tide. 
Till the Ho - ly Spir - it works the change di-vme, Mak-ing "earth-en ves - sels" with His glo - ry shine. 
Ev • er there a - bid - ing thro' His wondrous love, Wash-ing there the gar-ments for the feast a - bove. 




To Cal-v'ry I will go, Thebless-ed Word I know, The precious blood of Je - sus cleanseth white as snow; 




No. 234. 



Look and Live. 



W. A. O. 



KY E. O. EXCIU. 



W. A. Ogdeitp 




J f I've a mes-sage from the Lord, Hal - le - lu - jahl The mes-sage un - to you I'll give; 1 
I 'Tis re - cord - ed in His Word, Hal - le - lu - jah! It is on - Ty that you "look and live," I 



2 J I've a mes-sage full of love, Hal - le - In - jah! A mes-sage, my friend, for you; ) 
} 'Tis a mes-sage from a -bove, Hal- le-ln-jah! Je - sus said it, and I know 'tis true. ( 



D. C— 'Tis re- cord -ed in His Word, Hal - le - In - jah! It is on - ly that you "look and live.' 



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"Look ind live/' m; broth - tr, live. "Look and liTe." _ 



3 Life is offered unto yon, Hallelujahl . 
Eternal life thy sou] shall have; 
If yon'O only look to Him, Hallelnjab! 
Look to Jesns who alone can save. 



4 I will tell yoQ how I came, Hallelujah! 
To Jesus when He made me whole: 
'Twas believmg on His name, Hallehijabl 
I trusted and He saved my soul. 



No. 235. Since I Have Been Redeemed. 

E. O. E. "'™°"''iir;',V,.*'.°'."^''i;«rTr"..'ri,'!y°'' E. O. Excdl. 




1. I have a Bong I love to sing, Since I have been re -deemed, Of my Re- deem-er, Sav - ior, King, 

2. I have a Christ that sat -is- fles, Since I have been re -deemed, To do His will my high - est prize, 

3. I have a wit-nesB bright and clear,Since I have been re -deemed, Dis-pel-ling ev • 'rydoubtrand fear, 

4. I have a home pre-pared for me. Since I have been re - deemed. Where I shall dwell e - ter - nal - ly, 




I have been redeemed, I will glo - ry in His ; 



No. 236. There is Glory in My Soul. 



Grace Welser Davis. 



COPYRIGHT, 18M» BY CHA8. H.OAeRlEL. 



Chas. t1. Oabriel. 



1. Since I lost my sins, and I found my Sav-ior, There is glo-ry in my sonll Smce by faith I 

2. Since'HecleansedmyheaTt,gaveme8ightforblindnes3,Thereis glo-ry in my sonll Since He touched and 

3. SincewithGodI'vewalked.havingsweetcommnnion, Thereis glo-ry in my sonll Brighter grows each 

4. Since I en-tered Ca-naan on my waytoheav'n,Thereis glo-ry in my sonll Since the day my 




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«ooght and obtained God's fa-yor, There is glo-ry in my soul. 

healed me b lov-mg-kiDdness, There is glo-ry in my soul. There b 0o -ry, glo-ry, thereis 

day in this heav'n-ly rm-ion, There is glo-ry m my soul. 

life " to the Lord was gtv-en. There is glo-ry in my soul. h P J_. jt 

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No. 237. I Love To Tell The Story. 



Katherine Hankey. 



WUIIam. a. Fischer. 




1. I love to tell the 

2. I love to telt the sto 

3. I love to tell the sto 

4. I love to tell the sto 



ry Of un - seen things a-bove, 
ry; More won-der-ful it seems 
ry; 'Tis pleas - ant to re - peat 
ry; For those who know it best 



f Je - BUS and His glo - ry 
Than all the gold - en fan - cies 
What seems, each time I tell it, 
Seem him-ger - ing and thirst-ing 




ef Je - sus and His love. 
Of all our gold-en dreams. 
More won - der - ful - ly sweet. 
To hear it like the rest. 



I love to tell the sto - ry, 

I love to tell the sto - ry, 

I love to tell the sto - ry, 

And when, in scenes of glo - ry, 

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Be - cause I know 'tis true; 
It did so much for me; 
For some have nev - er heard 
I sing the new, new song, 




It sat - is - fies my long - ings as noth - ing else would ( 

And that is just the rea - son • I tell it now to thee. 

The mes - sage of sal - va - tion From God's own ho-Iy word. 

'Twill be the old, old sto • ry That I have lov'd so long. 



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No. 238. 



Even Me, Cven Me. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Codner. 



Wm. B. Bradbury. 



Iiord, I hear of show'rs of bless - ing Thou art scatt'ring full and free; Show'rs, the thirst-y land re- 
Pass me not, God, my Fa - ther Sin - fnl tho' my heart may be; Thou mightst leave me, but the 
Pass me not, gra - cious Sav - ior. Let me live and cling to Thee; I am long -ing for Thy 
Love of God, so pure and change-less, Blood of Christ, so rich and free; Grace of God, so strong and 




ftesh-ing; Let some drops now fall on me; 
rath - er; Let Thy mer - cy light on me; 
fa-vor; Whilst Thon'rt caUing, call me; 
boundless Mag - ni - fy them all in me; 



E - ven me, 
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- ven me. Let some drops now fall on me. 
■ ven me. Let Thy mer - cy light on me. 
ven me. Whilst Thou'rt calling,0 call me, 
Mag - ni - fy them all in me. 



No. 239. The Mornin* Li^ht is Breaking. 

S. F. Smitta. (L J. Webb. 



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2. See hea-then na-tions bend - ing Be - fore the God of love, And thousand hearts as- 

3. Blest riv - er of sal - va -tion, Pur-sue thine onward way; Flow thou to ev - 'ry 

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wak - ing To pen - i - ten - tial tears; Each breeze that sweeps the o - cpan Brings 
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gos - pel's call o- bey. And seek a Sav-ior's bless - ing, A na- tion in a day. 
umphant reach their home; Stay not till all the ho- ly Proclaim, "The Lord is come! 

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INo. 240. 



1 stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

Ye soldiers of the cross; 
Lift high His royal banner. 

It must not suffer lose: 
From victory unto victory 

His army shall He lead, 
Till every foe is vanquished 

And Christ is Lord indeed. 

2 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

The trumpet call obey; 
Forth to the mighty conflict, 

In this His glorious day: 
•Ye that are men, now serve Ilim," 

Against unnumbered foes; 
Yoor courage rise with danger, 

And strength to strength oppose. 



3 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

Stand in His strength alone; 
The arm of flesh will fail you; 

Ye dare not trust your own: 
Put on the gospel armor. 

Each piece put on with prayer; 
Where duty calls, or danger, 

Be never wanting there. 

4 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

The strife will not be long; 
This day the noise of battle. 

The next the victor's song: 
To him that overcometh, 

A crown of life shall be; 
He with the King of glory 

Shall reign eternally. 

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No. 241. 

John Howard Payne. 



Home, Sweet Home. 



H. R. Bishop. 



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2. I gaze on the moon as I tread the drear wild, And feel that my 

3. An ex - ile from home, splendor daz-zles in vain; Ofa, give me my 






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mother now thinks of her child, As she looks on that moon from our own cottage 
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C. D. Martin. 



Was It You? 



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2. Some-bod - y ar - gued in fa-vor of wrong, Was that somebody you? 

3. Some-bod - y turned all my day in - to night, Was that somebody you? 

4. Some-bod -y li-censed an-oth-er to sell. Was that somebody you? 




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Some-bod - y hushed in my life a sweet song. Was that some-bod-y you? 

Some-bod-y vot-ed to throt-tle the right. Was that some-bod-y you? 

That which could turn Par-a-dise in- to hell, Was that some-bod-y you? 




Was that some-bod-y you? Was that some-bod-y you? 

was it you? was , it you? 

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Somebody's Boy. 



Floy S. Annstrone. 



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2. Somewhere it may be a moth-er in prayer Whispers the wanderer'! 

3. See how the tempt-er, destructive and bold, Ev-er is seek-ing for 

4 . Spurn then the gold from the dramseller's hand Buying your sanction to 



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Tho' he has spurned both her counsel and care He is some mother 's boy .just the same. 
Tales of wrecked manhood and ruin are told-Of the boys that are ruined each day. 
Banish the dramshops that darken our land , For your boy and my boy pays the price. 



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Touch Not, Taste Not. 



Dwigfbt Williams. 



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"Maryland. 




1. There's dan- ger in the flow-ing bowl! Touch not, taste not, han-dlenot! 

2. ' 'Strong drink is rag-ing, ' ' God hath said: Touch not, taste not, han - die not! 

3. Come, let us join each heart and hand. Touch not, taste not, han - die not! 

4. Oh, has-ten, then, the hap-py time! Touch not, taste not, han - die not! 



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And thousands it hath cap -tive led! Touch not, taste not, han -die not! 
To drive the traf - fie from the land; Touch not, taste not, han -die not! 
When joy - ful bells the notes will chime; Touch not, taste not, han - die not! 



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It leads the young, and strong, and brave; It leads them to a drunkard's grave; 
We need the strong-est, brav-est hearts To foil the cru - el tempter's arts, 
Then raise the temp'rance flag on high. And lift your voi - ces to the sky— 




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It leads them where no arm can save — Touch not, taste not, han-dle not! 
And heal his fearful wounds and smarts— Touch not, taste not, han-dle not. 
Sing, glo -ry be to God on high — Touch not, taste not, han-dle not! 



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Yield Not to Temptation. 



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1. Yield not to temp-ta - tion, For yield-ing is sin; Each vic-t'ry will 

2. Shun e - vil com-pan - ions, Bad language dis - dain; God's name hold in 

3. To him that o'er-com-eth, Godgiv-eth a crown; Thro' faith we will 

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rev - 'rence. Nor take it in vain; Be thought-ful and ear - nest, 
con - quer, Tho' oft - en cast down; He who is our Sav - ior, 



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

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No. 246. 



It Is Not Fair. 



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2. It is not fair that 

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grief should so a-bound,That want and deg-ra - da-tion should ev - 'ry-where be 
rum should blot out lives; It is not fair the de-mon should rob our babes and 
rum should smite the will, Should pal-sy soul and bod-y— should blast and blight and 
God's own work shouldf ail,That soldiersshouldbe cowards— should f al-ter.shirk and 



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wives; No, 'tis not fair so man-y to en -slave, 
kill; Rise, men, for warl put down this monster foe, . 
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up, men, to save, . . It is not fair, rise up, men, to save, 
wrong should triumph so, . . It ' is not fair that wrong should triumph so. 

God will be with you, . . And ye shall win — for God will be with you. 



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Wine is a Mocker. 



COPYBIQKT, 1912, BY E. O. EXCELL. RENEWAL. 



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INo. 24a They'll Thank Us By and By. 



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2. Theoneswhobre\v(whobrew)andsell it too, (ittoo,)Whoon the weak re- 

3. The li-cense mandhe man) his past will scan, (will scan.)For scales willleavehis 

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J. B. H. 

Deliberately. 



The Walls of Jericho. 

COPYRIGHT, 1914, BV E. O. EXCHtL. 
WORDS AND MUSIC. 

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1. The walls of Jer - i-cho fell down, As Israel's host marched boldly 'round, 

2. TheymarchedaroundforsevendaySjThe walls stood si - lent in a -maze; 

3. The liquormenare on the run, Their troub-les now are just be -gun; 

4. Get read-y for the ju-bi-lee, We're inarch -ing on to vie - to - ry; 

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Then fell down flat, the Scripture says, When ev - 'ry-bod-y shouted. (Shout.) 

It's our turn now to have some fun, Let ev - 'ry-bod-y shout it! (Shout.) 

Kum'swallsaretumbling.don'tyousee? Let ev- 'ry-bod-y shout it! (Shout.) 

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No. 250. 



World - Wide Prohibition. 



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1. The or- dejpil gone forth—"Move forward I "Gird on the armor and a- way! 

2. From far and near the cry ringa — "Help usI"Behold, the moment is at hand 

3. Be-fore thine eyes a might - y ar - my Goes marching onward to the grave; 




In columns firm and strong ad-vanc-ing, On to the front with-out de - lay! 
When ev-'ry loy - al Christian sol-dier Should hear and heed the Lord's de-mand, 
And will ye see them press-ing for-ward, Nor reach a help- ing hand to save, 

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On to the front! oh, be up and a - way! Let not the din of strife o'er- 
Should hear the Lord, for He speaks to command! For Satan's strong-holds must be 
Nor reach a hand to de-liv - er and save? From o'er the wa-ters, too, comes 




whelm thee; Letnot the en - e-my a - larm. For lo, there go-eth on be- 
ta-ken; His i - dols must be o - ver-thrown; Let ev - 'ry vol - un-teer a- 
ring- ing The pleading Mac-e - do -nian cry; Christian, rouse ye from thy 

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No. 251. Where There's Drink, There's Danger. 







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1. Write it on the liq - uor store, Write it on the pris-on door, 

2. Write it on the work-house gate. Write it on the school-boy's slate, 

3. Write it on the na-tion's laws, Trampling out the li-cense clause, 

4. Write it o - ver ev - 'ry gate, On the church, the halls of state, 

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bal - lot white, So it can be read a - right: 
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Em - - blem of peace, 
Em - - blem of love, 
Em - - blem of joy, 

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wave in tri - - umph, wave. 

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Flag of the free, hail, all hail, hail to thee; Wave o'er 

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No. 253. Battle Hymn of the Republic. 



JuUa Ward Howe. 



Melody, "Glory Hallelujah, 



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

2. I have seen Him in the watch-fires of a hun - dred cir-cUng camps; They have 

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

4. In the beau -ty of the 111- ies, Christ was born a -cross the sea, With a 

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tramp-ling out the vint - age where the grapes of wrath are stored; He hath loosed the 
build -ed Him an al - tar in the eve - ning dews and damps; I can read His 
sift - ing out the hearts of men be - fore His judgment seat. be swift, my 
glo - ry in His bos - om that trans - fig - ures you and me; As He died to 



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f ate - ful Ught-ning of His ter - ri -ble swift sword; His truth is marching on. 

right-eous sen-tence by the dim and flar - ing lamps; His day is marching on. 

soul, to an - swer Him! be ju - hi - lant, my feet! Our God is marching on. 

make men ho - ly, let us die to make men free; While God is march-ing on. 



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(while God is marching on. 



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INo. 254. 



The Red, White and Blue. 




1. Co-lum-bia! the gem of the o-cean, 

2. When war winged its wide des-o-la - tion, 

3. Then, sons of Co-lum-bia, come hither, 



The home of the brave and the free; 
And threatened the land to de - form. 
And join in our na-tion's sweet hymn; 




The shrine of each patriot's de-vo-tion, A world offers homage 

The ark then of freedom's foundation, Co - lum-bia rode safe thro' the storm; 

May the wreaths they have won never wither, Nor the stars of their glory grow dim! 







Thy mandates make heroes assemble 
With her garlands of vict'ry around her. 
May the serv-u-e, u-ni-ted, ne'er sever, 



When Lib-er-ty's form stands in view; 

When so proudly she bore her brave crew. 

But they to their colors prove true! 




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Thy~ ban-ners make tyr-an-ny tremble. When borne by the red.white and blue. 
With her flag proudly waving be-fore her, The boast of thered,whiteandblue. 
The Ar - my and Na-vy for - ev - er. Three cheers for the red, white and blue. 

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When borne by the red,white and blue. When borne by the red,white and blue; 
The boast of the red, white and blue. The boast of the red.white and blue; 
Three cheers for the red,white and blue, Three cheers for the red, white and blue; 



No. 255. The Star-Span^led Banner. 



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1. Oh, say, can you see by the dawn's ear-ly light. What so proudly we hailed at the 

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

3. And where is that band, who so vauntingly swore, That the hav-oc of war and the 
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si - lence re- pos-es, What is that wiiich the breeze, o'er the tow-er-ing steep, As it 
bat - tie's coo - fu - sion, A home and a coun-try should leave us no more? Their 
war's des-o - la-tion; Blest with vict'ry and peace,may the heav'n-rescued land Praise the . 



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ram-parts we watched, were so gallantly stream-ing? And the rockets' red glare, the bombs 
fit - ful - ly blows, half conceals, half dis-clos - es? Now it catch-es the gleam of the 
blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pollution; No ref-uge could save the 
pow'r that hath made and preserved us a na - tion. Then con-quer we must, when our 



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burst-ing in air, Gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still-there. Oh, say, 
morning's first beam. In full glory reflected, now shines on the stream; 'T is the star 
hire-ling and slave From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave. And the star 
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star-spangled banner yet -wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave? 

ban-ner; oh, long may it wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave, 

ban-ner in tri-umph doth wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave, 

ban-ner in tri-umph shall wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. 




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rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills; lily heart with rapture thrills Like that a-bove. 
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Long to reign over us; 

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Through every changing scene, Thy choicest gifts in store, 
Lord, preserve our King; On him be pleased to pour; 



Long may he reign: 
His heart inspire and move 
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May he defend our laws. 
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God save the King. 



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IResponsive 1Rea6ings. 



INo. 259. PSALM 1. 



1 Blessed is the man that walketh not 
in the counsel of the nngodiy, nor standeth 
in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the 
seat of the scornful. 

2 But liis delight is in the law of the 
Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day 
and night. 

3 And he shall be like a tree planted 
by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth 
his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall 
Hot wither, and whatsoever he doeth shall 
prosper. 

4 The ungodly are not so; but are like 
the chaff which the wind driveth away. 

5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand 
in the judgment, nor sinners in the congre- 
gation of the righteous. 

6 For the Lord krtoweth the way of the 
righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall 
perish. 

Hymn No. J84. 

Walk in the Lieht. 

No. 260. PSALM 5. 

1 Give ear to my words, Lord, consider 
my meditation. 

2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry, my 
King and my God; for unto thee will I pray. 

3 My voice shalt thou hear in the morn- 
ing, Lord; in the morning will I direct 
my prayer unto thee, and will look up. 

4 For thou art not a God that hath pleas- 
ure in wickedness; neither shall evil dwell 
with thee. 

5 The foolish shall not stand in thy sight: 
thou hatest all workers of iniquity. 

6 Thou shalt destroy them that speak 
leasing: the Lord will abhor the bloody and 
deceitful man. 

7 But as for me, I will come unto thy 
house in the multitude of thy mercy: and 
in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy 
temple. 

8 Lead me, Lord, in thy righteousness 
because of mine enemies; make thy way 
straight before my face. 

ffymn No. 191. 

Jesus, Savior, Pfiot Me. 



No. 261. PSALM 8. 

1 Lord, how exceUent is thy name in 
all the earth! who hast set thy glory above 
the heavens. 

2 Out of the mouths of babes and suck- 
lings hast thou ordained strength, because 
of thine enemies, that thou mightest still 
the enemy and the avenger. 

3 When I consider thy heavens, the work 
of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, 
which thou hast ordained; 

4 What is man, that thou art mindful of 
him? and the son of man, that thou visitest 
him? 

5 For thou hast made him a little lower 
than the angels, and hast crowned him with 
glory and honor, 

6 Thou madest him to have dominion 
over the works of thy hands; thou hast put 
all things under his feet: 

7 All sheep and oxen, yea, and the beasts 
of the field; 

8 The fowl of the air, and the fish of 
the sea, and whatsoever passeth through 
the paths of the seas, 

9 Lord, our Lord, how excellent is thy 
name in all the earth! 

Hymn No. 197. 
Oil, for a Thousand Tongues, to Sln8^ 

No. 262. PSALM 15. 

1 Lord, who shall abidfe in thy taber- 
nacle? who shall dwell in thy holy hill? 

2 He that walketh uprightly, and work- 
eth righteousness, and speaketh the truth 
in his heart. 

3 He that backbiteth not with his tongue, 
nor doeth evil to his neighbor, nor taketh 
up a reproach against his neighbor. 

4 In whose eyes a vile person is con- 
demned; but he honoreth them that fear 
the Lord. He that sweareth to his own 
hurt, and changeth not. 

5 He that putteth not out his money to 
usury, nor taketh reward against the inno- 
cent. He that doeth these things shall 
never be moved. 

Hymn No. 204. 

My Jesus, I Love Thee, 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 263o PSALM 17. 

1 Hear the right, Lord, attend unto 
my cry; give ear unto my prayer, that goeth 
not out of feigned lips. 

^ Let my sentence come forth from thy 
presence; let thine eyes behold the things 
that are equal. 

3 Thou hast proved mine heart; thou hast 
visited me in the night; thou hast tried me, 
and shalt find nothing: I am purposed that 
my mouth shall not transgress. 

4 Concerning the works of men, by the 
word of thy lips I have kept me from the 
paths of the destroyer. 

5 Hold up my goings in thy paths, that 
my footsteps slip not. 

6 I have called upon thee, for thou wilt 
hear me, God: incline thine ear unto me, 
and hear my speech. 

Ilymn No. 226. 



Guide 



O Thou Great Jehovah. 



No. 264. PSALM 19. 

1 The law of the Lord i^ perfect, convert- 
ing the soul: the testimony of the Lord is 
sure, making wise the simple. 

2 The statutes of the Lord are right, re- 
joicing the heart; the commandment of the 
Ijord is pure, enlightening the eyes. 

3 The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring 
forever: the judgments of the Lord are true 
and righteous altogether. 

4 More to be desired are they than gold, 
yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also than 
honey and the honeycomb. 

5 Moreover by them is thy servant 
warned; and in keeping of them there is 
great reward. 

6 Who can understand his errors? cleanse 
thou me from secret faults. 

7 Keep back thy servant also from pre- 
sumptuous sins; let them not have dominion 
•ver me: then shall I be upright, and I shall 
be made innocent from the great trans- 
gression. 

8 Let the words of my mouth, and the 
Meditation of my heart, be acceptable in 
thy sight, Lord, my strength, and my 
Redeemer. 

Hymn No. 181. 

Break Thou the Bread of Life. 



No. 265. PSALM 23. 

1 The Lord is my Shepherd; I shall not 
want. 

2 He maketh me to lie down in green 
pastures: he leadeth me beside the still 
waters. 

3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me 
in the patlis of righteousness for his name's 
sake. 

4 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 comfort me. 

5 Thou preparest a table before me in 
the presence of mine enemies: thou anoint- 
est my head with oil; my cup runneth over. 

G Surely goodness and mercy shall follow 
me all the days of my life: and I will 
dwell in the house of the Lord forever. 
Uymn No. 187. 

Jesus Calls Us. 

No. 266. PSALM 24. 

1 The earth is the Lord's, and the full- 
ness thereof; the world, and they that dwell 
therein. 

2 For he hath founded it upon the seas, 
and established it upon the floods. 

3 Who shall ascend into the the hill of 
the Lord? or who shall stand in his holy 
place? 

4 He that hath clean hands, and a pure 
heart; who hath not lifted his soul unto 
vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. 

5 He shall receive the blessing from the 
Lord, and righteousness from the God of 
his salvation. 

G This is the generation of them that 
seek him, that seek thy face, Jacob. 
Selah. 

7 Lift up your heads, ye gates; and be 
ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the King 
of glory shall come in. 

8 WTio is this King of glory? The Lord 
strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle. 

9 Lift up your heads, ye gates; even 
lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and the 
King of glory shall come in. 

1 O Who is this king of glory? The Lord 
of hosts, he is the King of glory. Selah. 
Hymn No 1. 
O Worship the King All-Glorious Above. 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 267. PSALM 27. 

1 The Lord is my light and my salvation; 
whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength 
of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? 

2 When the wicked, even mine enemies 
and my foes, came upon me to eat up my 
flesh, they stumbled and fell. 

3 Though an host should encamp against 
me, my heart shall not f ar: though war 
should rise against me, in this will I be 
■confident. 

4 One thing have I desired of the Lord, 
that will I seek after; that I may dwell in 
the house of the Lord all the days of my 
life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and 
to enquire in his temple. 

5 For in the time of trouble he shall 
hide me in his pavilion; in the secret of his 
tabernacle shall he hide me; he shall set 
me up upon a rock. 

6 And now shall mine head be lifted up 
above mine enemies round about me; there- 
fore will I offer in his tabernacle sacrifices 
of joy; I will sing, yea, I will sing praises 
unto the Lord. 

7 Hear, Lord, when I cry with my voice : 
have mercy also upon me, and answer me. 

Sing No. 180. 

Come, Thou Almighty King. 

No. 268. PSALM 32. 

1 Blessed is he whose transgression is 
forgiven, whose sin is covered. 

^ Blessed is the man unto whom the 
Lord imputeth not iniquity, and in whose 
spirit there is no guile. 

3 When I kept silence, my bones waxed 
old through my roaring all the day long. 

4 For day and night thy hand was heavy 
upon me; my moisture is turned into the 
drought of summer. Selah. 

5 I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and 
mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will 
confess my transgressions unto the Lord; 
and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin. 
Selah. 

6 For this shall every one that is godly 
pray unto thee in a time when thou mayest 
be found; surely in the floods of great wa- 
ters they shall not come nigh unto him. 

7 Thou art my hiding-place; thou shalt 
preserve me from trouble; thou shalt com- 
pass me about with songs of deliverance. 
Selah. 

Sing No. 219. 

Rock of Ages. 



No. 269. PSALM 34. 

1 I will bless the Lord at all times; his 
praise shall continually be in my mouth. 

2 My soul shall make her boast in the 
Lord: the humble shall hear thereof, and 
be glad. 

3 magnify the Lord with me, and let 
us exalt his name together. 

4 I sought the Lord, and he heard me, 
and delivered me from all my fears. 

5 They looked unto him, and were light- 
ened: and their faces were not ashamed. 

G This poor man cried, and the Lord 
heard him, and saved him out of all his 
troubles. 

7 The angel of the Lord encampeth round 
about them that fear him, and delivereth 
them. 

8 taste and see that the Lord is good: 
blessed is the man that trusteth in him. 

Sing No. 203. 

My Faith Looks Lp to Thee. 

No. 270. PSALM 51. 

1 Have mercy upon me, Qod, according 
to thy loving-kindness: according unto the 
multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my 
transgressions. 

2 Wash me thoroughly from mine in- 
iquity, and cleanse me from my sin. 

3 For I acknowledge my transgressions: 
and my sin is ever before me. 

4 Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, 
and done this evil in thy sight: that thou 
mightest be justified when thou speakest, 
and be clear when thou judgest. 

5 Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and 
in sin did my mother conceive me. 

6 Behold, thou desireth truth in the in- 
ward parts: and in the hidden part thou 
shalt make me to know wisdom. 

7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be 
clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than 
snow. 

8 Make me to hear joy and gladness, 
that the bones which thou hast broken may 
rejoice. 

9 Hide thy face from my sins, and blot 
out all my iniquities. 

10 Create in me a clean heart, God; 
and renew a right spirit within me. 

Sing No. 221. 

My Hope Is Built On Nothing Less. 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 271. PSALM 51. 

1 Hear my cry, God; attend unto my 
prayer. 

2 From the end of the earth will I cry 
unto thee, when my heart is overwhelmed; 
lead me to the rock that is higher than I. 

3 For thou hast been a shelter for me, 
and a strong tower from the enemy. 

4 I will a\)ide in thy tabernacle forever: 
I will trust in the covert of thy wings. Selah. 

5 For thou, God, hast heard my vows; 
thou hast given me the heritage of them 
that fear thy name. 

6 Thou wilt prolong the king's life: and 
his years as many generations. 

7 He shall abide before God for ever; 
prepare mercy and truth, which may pre- 
serve him. 

8 So will I sing praise unto thy name for 
ever, that I may daily perform my vows. 

Sing No. is^. 

We Praise Thee, O Qod. 

INO. 272. PSALM 63. 

1 God, thou art my God; early will I 
seek thee; my soul thirsteth for thee, my 
flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty 
land, where no water is; 

2 To see thy power -'.nd thy glory, so as 
I have seen thee in the sanctuary. 

3 Because thy loving-kindness is better 
than life, my lips shall praise thee. 

4 Thus will I bless thee while I live; I 
will lift up my hands in thy name. 

5 My soul shall be satisfied as with mar- 
row and fatness; and my mouth shall praise 
thee with joyful lips: 

6 When I remember thee upon my bed, 
and meditate on thee in the night watches. 

7 Because thou hast been my help, there- 
fore in the shadow of thy wings will I re- 
joice. 

8 My soul followeth hard after thee: thy 
right hand upholdeth me. 

9 But those that seek my soul, to destroy 
it, shall go into the lower parts of the earth. 

10 They shall fall by the sword: they 
shall be a portion for foxes. 

11 But the king shall rejoice in God; 
every one that sweareth by him shall glory: 
and the mouth of them that speak lies shall 
be stopped. 

Sing No. 196. 

Fade, Fade Each Earthly Joy. 



No. 273. PSALM 65. 

1 Praise waiteth for thee, God, in Zion: 
and unto thee shall the vow be performed. 

2 thou that hearest prayer, unto thee 
shall all flesh come. 

3 Iniquities prevail against me; as for 
our transgressions, thou shalt purge them 
away. 

4: Blessed is the man whom thou choos- 
est, and causest to approach unto thee, that 
he may dwell in thy courts: we shall be sat- 
isfied with the goodness of thy house, even 
thy holy temple. 

5 By terrible things in righteousness wilt 
thou answer us, God of our salvation; who 
art the confidence of all the ends of the 
earth, and of them that are afar off upon 
the sea: 

6 Which by his strength setteth fast the 
mountains; being girded with power: 

7 Which stilleth the noise of the seas, the 
noise of their waves, and the tumult of the 
people. 

8 They also that dwell in the uttermost 
parts are afraid of thy tokens: thou makest 
the outgoings of the morning and evening 
rejoice. 

9 Thou visitest the earth, and waterest 
it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river 
of God, which is full of water: thou prepar- 
est them com, when thou hast so provided 
for it. 

Sing No. ~'(i>i. 

Jesus, Lover of My Soul. 

No. 274. PSALM 67. 

1 God be merciful unto us, and bless us; 
and cause his face to shine upon us. Selah. 

2 That thy way may be known upon 
earth, thy saving health among all nations. 

3 Let the people praise thee, God; let 
all the people praise thee. 

4: let the nations be glad and sing for 
joy: for thou shalt judge the people right- 
eously, and govern the nations upon earth. 
Selah. 

5 Let the people praise thee, God; let 
all the people praise thee. 

6 Then shall the earth yield her increase; 
and God, even our own God, shall bless us. 

7 God shall bless us; and all the ends of 
the earth shall fear him. 



Sing No. 82. 



Count Your Blessings. 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 275. PSALM 84. 

1 How amiable are thy tabernacles, 
Lord of hosts! 

2 My soul longeth, yea, even f ainteth for 
the courts of the Lord: my heart and my 
flesh crieth out for the living God. 

3 Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, 
and the swallow a nest for herself, where 
she may lay her young, even thine altars, 
Lord of hosts, my King, and my God. 

4 Blessed are they that dwell in thy 
house: they will be still praising thee. Selah. 

5 Blessed is the man whose strength is in 
thee; in whose heart are the ways of them. 

6 Who passing through the valley of 
Baca make it a well: the rain also filleth 
the pools. 

7 They go from strength to strength, 
every one of them in Zion appeareth before 
God. 

8 Lord God of hosts, hear my prayer: 
give ear, God of Jacob. Selah. 

9 Behold, God, our shield, and look up- 
on the face of thine anointed. 

10 For a day in thy courts is better 
than a thousand. I had rather be a door- 
keeper in the house of my God, that to 
dwell in the tents of wickedness. 

11 For the Lord God is a sun and shield: 
the Lord will give grace and glory: no 
good thing will he withhold from them that 
walk uprightly. 

12 Lord of hosts, blessed is the man 
that trusteth in thee. 

Sitig No. 225. 

Love Divine. 
No. 276. PSALM 91. 

1 He that dwelleth in the secret place of 
the Most High shall abide under the shadow 
of the Almighty. 

2 I will say of the Lord, he is my refuge 
and my fortress: my God; in him will I 
trust. 

3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the 
■nare of the fowler, and from the noisome 



4 He shall cover thee with his feathers, 
and under his wings shalt thou trust: his 
truth shall be thy shield and buckler. 

5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror 
by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by 



6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh m 
darkness: nor for the destruction that 
wasteth at noonday. 

7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and 
ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall 
not come nigh thee. 

8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold 
and see the reward of the wicked. 

9 Because thou hast made the Lord, 
which is my refuge, even the Most High, 
thy habitation. 

Sing No. 192. 

Nearer, My God, to Thee. , 

No. 277. PSALM 93. 

1 The Lord reigneth, he is clothed with 
majesty: the Lord is clothed with strength, 
wherewith he hath girded himself: the 
world also is established, that it cannot be 
moved. 

2 Thy throne is established of old; thou 
art from everlasting. 

3 The floods have lifted up, Lord, the 
floods have lifted up their voice; the floods 
lift up their waves. 

4 The Lord on high is mightier than the 
noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty 
waves of the sea. 

5 Thy testimonies are very sure: holiness 
becometh thine house, Lord, for ever. 

Sing No. 210. 

Holy, Holy, Holy. 

No. 278. PSALM 95. 

1 come, let us sing unto'the Lord; let 
us make a joyful noise to the Rock of our 
salvation. 

2 Let us come before his presence with 
thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto 
him with psalms. 

3 For the Lord is a great God, and a 
great King above all gods. 

4 In his hand are the deep places of the 
earth: the strength of the hills is his also. 

5 The sea is his, and he made it: and hie 
hands formed the dry land. 

6 come, let us worship and bow down: 
let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker. 

7 For he is our God; and we are the 
people of his pasture, and the sheep of bis 
hand. 



Sing No. 1. 



O Worship the Kins. 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 279. PSALM 98. 

1 sing unto the Lord a new song; for 
he hath done marvelous things: his right 
hand, and his holy arm, hath gottten him 
the victory. 

2 The Lord hath made known his salva- 
tion: his righteousness hath he openly 
showed in the sight of the heathen. 

3 He hath remembered his mercy and 
his truth toward the house of Israel: all 
the ends of the earth have seen the salva- 
tion of our God. 

4 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, 
all the earth: make aloud noise, and re- 
joice, and sing praise. 

5 Sing unto the Lord with the harp; with 
the harp, and the voice of a psalm. 

6 With trumpets and sound of cornet 
make a joyful noise before the Lord, the 
King. 

7 Let the sea roar, and the fullness there- 
of; the world, and they that dwell therein. 

8 Let the floods clap their hands: let the 
hills be joyful together 

9 Before the Lord; for he cometh to 
judge the earth: with righteousness shall 
he judge the world, and the people with 
equity. 

Sing No. 18U. 

Jesus Shall Reign. 

No. 280. PSALM 103. 

1 Bless the Lord, my soul: and all 
that is within me, bless his holy name. 

2 Bless the Lord, my soul, and forget 
not all his benefits. 

3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who 
healeth all thy dis ases; 

4 Who redeemeth thy life from destruc- 
tion; who crowneth thee with loving-kind- 
ness and tender mercies; 

5 Who satisfieth thy mouth with good 
things; so that thy youth is renewed like 
the eagle's. 

6 The Lord executeth righteousness and 
judgment for all that are oppressed. 

7 He made known his ways unto Moses, 
kifi acts unto the children of Israel. 

8 The Lord is merciful and gracious, 
slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy. 

9 He will not always chide: neither will 
ke keep his anger forever. 



I () He hath not dealt with us after our 
sins; nor rewarded us according to our 
iniquities. 

II For as the heaven is high above the 
earth, so great is his mercy toward them 
that fear him. 

1 2 As far as the east is from the west, 
so far hath he removed our transgressions 
from us. 

Sing No. 229. 

O Happy Day. 

No. 281. PSALM 119. 



1 Blessed are the undefiled in the way, 
who walk in the law of the Lord. 

2 Blessed are they that keep his testi- 
monies, and that seek him with the whole 
heart. 

3 They also do no iniquity: they walk in 
his ways. 

4 Thou hast commanded us to keep thy 
precepts diligently. 

5 that my ways were directed to keep 
thy statutes! 

Then shall I not be ashamed, when I 
have resp ct unto all thy commandments. 

7 I will praise thee with uprightness 
of heart, when I shall have learned thy 
righteous judgments. 

8 I will keep thy statutes: forsake me 
not utterly. 

Sing No. 116. 

Where He Leads Mc. 

No. 282. PSALM 122. 

1 I was glad when they said onto me. 
Let us go unto the house of the Lord. 

2 Our feet shall stand within thy gates, 
Jerusalem. 

3 Jerusalem is builded as a city that is 
compact together. 

4 Whither the trbes go up, the tribes 
of the Lord, unto the testimony of Israel, 
to give thanks unto the name of the Lord. 

5 For there are set thrones of judgment, 
the thrones of the house of David. 

O Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they 
shall prosper that love thee. 

7 Peace be within thy walk, and pros- 
perity within thy palaces. 

8 For my brethren and companions' 
sakes, I will now say, Peace be withi;, thee. 

9 Because of the house of the Lord oar 
God I will seek thy good. 

Sing No. 195. 

I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord. 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 283. PSAI.M 138. 

1 I will praise thee with my whole heart; 
before the gods will I sing praise unto thee. 

2 I will worship toward thy holy temple, 
and praise thy name for thy loving-kindness 
and for thy truth; for thou hast magnified 
thy word above all thy name. 

3 In the day when I cried thou answeredst 
me, and strengthenedst me with strength 
in my souL 

4 All the kings of the earth shall praise 
thee, Lord, when they hear the words of 
thy mouth. 

5 Yea, they shall sing in the way of the 
Lord: for great is the glory of the Lord. 

6 Though the Lord be high, yet hath he 
respect unto the lowly; but the proud he 
knoweth afar off. 

7 Though I walk in the midst of trouble, 
thou wilt revive me: thou shalt stretch 
forth thine hand against the wrath of mine 
enemies, and thy right hand shall save me. 

8 The Lord will perfect that which con- 
cerneth me: thy mercy, Lord, endureth, 
for ever: forsaJce not the works of thine 
own hands. 

Sing No. 214. 

Majestic Sweetness. 

No. 284. PSALM 142. 

1 I cried unto the Lord with my voice; 
with my voice unto the Lord did I make 
my supplication. 

2 I poured out my complaint before Him : 
I showed before Him my trouble. 

3 When my spirit was overwhelmed with- 
in me, then thou knewest my path. In the 
way wherein I walked have they privily laid 
a snare for me. 

4: I looked on my right hand, and beheld, 
but there was no man that would know me: 
refuge failed me; no. man cared for my soul. 

5 I cried unto thee, Lord: I said, thou 
art my refuge and my portion in the land of 
the living. 

G Attend unto my cry: for I am brought 
very low; deliver me from my persecutors; 
for they are stronger than I. 

7 Bring my soul out of prison, that I 
may praise thy name: the righteous shall 
eompass me about, for thou shalt deal 
bountifully with me. 
Sing No. 194. 
Savior. Like a Sheoherd i^ead Us. 



No. 285. PSALM 149. 

1 Praise ye the Lord. Sing unto tkft 
Lord a new song, and his praise in the con- 
gregation of saints. 

2 Let Israel rejoice in him that made 
him: let the children of Zion be joyful ia 
their King. 

3 Let them praise his name in the dance : 
let them sing praises unto him with the tim- 
brel and harp. 

4 For the Lord taketh pleasure in his 
people: he will beautify the meek with sal- 
vation. 

5 Let the saints be joyful in glory: let 
them sing aloud upon their beds. 

C Let the high praises of God be in their 
mouth, and a two-edged sword in their 
hand; 

7 To execute vengeance upon the he-a- 
then, and punishments upon the people. 

8 To bind their kings with chains, and 
their nobles with fetters of iron; 

9 To execute upon them the judgment 
written: this honor have all his saints. 
Praise ye the Lord. 

Sing No. 18U. 

Come, Thou Almighty KlnK. 



No. 286. PSALM 150. 

1 Praise ye the Lord. Praise God ia 
his sanctuary: praise him in the firmament 
of his power. 

2 Praise him for his mighty acts: praise 
him according to his excellent greatness. 

3 Praise him with the sound of the 
trumpet: praise him with the psaltery and 
harp. 

4 Praise him with the timbrel and 
dance: praise him with stringed instru- 
ments and organs. 

5 Praise him upon the loud cymbals; 
praise him upon the high sounding cymbals. 

6 Let everything that hath breath praise 
the Lord. Praise ye the Lord. 



Sing No. 173. 



All HaU the Power. 



Responsive Readings. 



iNo. 287. ISAIAH 53. 

1 Who hath believed our report? and to 
whom is the arm of the Lord revealed? 

12 For he shall grow up before him as a 
tender plant, and as a root out of a dry 
ground; he hath no form nor comeliness; 
and when we shall see him, there is no 
beauty that we should desire him. 

.3 He is despised and rejected of men; a 
man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: 
and we hid as it were our faces from him; 
he v/as despised, and we esteemed him not. 

4 Surely he hath borne our griefs, and 
carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him 
stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. 

5 But he was wounded for our transgres- 
sions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the 
chastisement of our peace was upon him; 
and with his stripes we are healed. 

6 All we like sheep have gone astray; 
we have turned every one to his own way; 
and the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity 
of us all. 



No. 288. JOHN 3 1-6; 14-18. 

1 There was a man of the Pharisees, 
named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews: 

2 The same came to Jesus by night, and 
said unto him. Rabbi, we know that thou 
art a teacher come from God; for no man 
can do these miracles that thou doest, ex- 
cept God be with him. 

3 Jesus answered and said unto him. 
Verily, verily, I say unto thee. Except a man 
be bom again, he cannot see the kingdom 
of God. 

4 Nicodemus said unto him, How can a 
man be bom when he is old? can he enter 
the second time into his mother's womb, 
and be bora? 

5 Jesus answered. Verily, verily, I say 
unto thee. Except a man be born of water 
and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the 
kingdom of God. 

a That which is born of the flesh is flesh; 
and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit, 

7 And as Moses lifted up the serpent in 
the wilderness; even so must the Son of 
man be lifted up: 

8 That whosoever believeth in him 
should not perish, but have eternal life. 



9 For God so loved the world, that he 
gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever 
believeth in him should not perish, but have 
everlasting life. 

10 For God sent not his Son into the 
world to condemn the world; but that the 
world through him might be saved. 

11 He that believeth on him is not 
condemned; but he that believeth not is 
condemned already; because he hath not 
believed in the name of the only begotten 
Son of God. 

INo. 289. ISAIAH 55. 

1 Ho, ever}' one that thirstetk, come ye 
to the waters, and he that hath no money; 
come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine 
and milk without money and without price. 

2 Wherefore do ye spend money for that 
which is not bread? and your labor for that 
which satisfieth not? hearken diligently un- 
to me, and eat ye that which is good, and let 
your soul delight itself m fatness. 

3 Incline your ear, and come unto me; 
hear, and your soul shall live; and I will 
make an everlasting covenant with you, 
even the sure mercies of David. 

4 Behold, I have given him for a witness 
to the people, a leader and commander to 
the people. 

5 Behold, thou shalt call a nation that 
thou knowest not, and nations that knew 
not thee shall run unto thee because of the 
Lord thy God, and for the Holy One of 
Israel; for he hath gloriiied thee. 

6 Seek ye the Lord while he may be 
found, call ye upon him while he is near: 

7 Let the wicked forsake his way, and 
the uprighteous 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. 

No. 290. MATTHEW 11: 20-30. 

1 Then began he to upbraid the cities 
wherein most of his mighty works were 
done, because they repented not: 

3 Woe unto thee, Chorazin! woe unto 
thee, Bethsaida! for if the mighty works 
which were done in you had been done in 
Tyre and Sidon, they would have repented 
long ago in sackcloth and ashes. 

3 But I say unto you. It shall be more 
tolerable for Tyre and Sidon at the day of 
judgment, than for you. 



Responsive Readings. 



4: And thou Capernaum, which art ex- 
alted unto heaven, shalt be brought down 
to hell; for if the mighty works, which 
liave been done in thee, had been done in 
Sodom, it would have remained until this 
day. 

5 But I say unto you, That it shall be 
more tolerable for the land of Sodom in the 
day of judgment, than for thee. 

6 At that time Jesus answered and said, 
I thank thee, Father, Lord of heaven and 
earth; because thou hast hid these things 
from the wise and prudent, and hast re- 
vealed them unto babes. 

7 Even so, Father: for so it seemed good 
in thy sight. 

8 All things are delivered unto me of 
my Father; and no man knoweth the Son, 
but the Father; neither knoweth any man 
the Father, save the Son, and he to whom- 
soever the Son will reveal him. 

9 Come unto me, all ye that labor and 
are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 

10 Take my yoke upon you and learn 
of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart; 
and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 

11 For my yoke is easy, and my burden 
Is light. 

No. 291. CHRISTMAS. 

1 And there were in the same country 
shepherds abiding in the field, 

3 Keeping watch over their flock by 
night. 

3 And, lo, the angel of the Lord came 
upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone 
round about them: 

4 And they were sore afraid. 

5 And the angel said unto them, Fear 
not: for behold, I bring you good tidings of 
great joy, which shall be to all people. 

6 For unto you is bom this day in the 
city of David a Savior, which is Christ the 
Lord. 

7 And suddenly there was with the angel 
a multitude of the heavenly host, praising 
God, and saying, 

8 Glory to God in the highest, and on 
earth peace, good-will toward men. 

9 Now lettest thou thy servant depart, 
Lord, according to thy word, in peace; 



1 For mine eyes have seen thy salva- 
tion, which thou hast prepared before the 
face of all peoples; 

11 A light for revelation to the Gentiles, 
and the glory of thy people Israel. 

1 2 Now unto the King eternal, incor- 
ruptible, invisible, the only God, be honor 
and glory for ever and ever. Amen. 

INO. 292. TEMPERANCE. 

1 "Who hath woe? who hath sorrow? who 
hath contentions? who hath babbling? who 
hath wounds without cause? who hath red- 
ness of eyes? 

2 They that tarry long at the wine : they 
that go to seek mixed wine. 

3 Look not thou upon the wine when 
it is red, when it giveth his color in the 
the cup, when it moveth itself aright. At 
the last it biteth like a serpent and stingeth 
like an adder. 

4 Be not drunk with wine. Be not 
among wine bibbers; among riotous eaters 
of flesh. 

5 For the drunkard and the glutton shall 
come to poverty: and drowsiness shall 
clothe a man with rags. 

6 Wine is a mocker, strong drink is 
raging; and whosoever is deceived thereby 
is not wise. 

7 None of us liveth to himself, and no 
man dieth to himself. 

8 Let us not judge one another any- 
more: but judge this rather, that no man 
put a stumbling-block or an occasion to fall 
in his brother's way. 

9 The kingdom of God is not meat and 
drink; but righteousness, and peace, and 
joy in the Holy Ghost. 

10 He that in these things serveth 
Christ is acceptable to God, and approved 
of men. 

11 Let us therefore follow after the 
things which make for peace, and things 
wherewith one may edify another. 

12 For meat destroy not the work of 
God. It is good neither to eat flesh, nor 
to drink wine, nor anything whereby thy 
brother stumbleth, or is offended, or is 
made weak. 



Responsive Readings. 



No. 293. PRov. 3. 

1 My son, forgot not my law; but let 
thine heart keep my commandments: 

2 For length of days, and long life, and 
peace, shall they add to thee. 

8 Let not mercy and truth forsake thee: 
bind them about thy neck; write them up- 
on the table of thine heart. 

4: So shalt thou find favor and good un- 
derstanding in the sight of God and men. 

5 Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; 
and lean not unto thine own understanding. 

6 In all thy way acknowledge him, and 
he shall direct thy paths. 

7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the 
Lord and depart from evil. 

Sing 2fo. 177. 

Who is On the Lord's Side? 



INO. 294. MATT. 



1 And seeing the multitudes, he went up 
into a mountain: and when he was set, his 
disciples came unto him: 

i3 And he opened his mouth, and taught 
them, saying, 

3 Blessed are the poor in spirit: for 
theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 

4 Blessed are they that mourn: for they 
shall be comforted. 

5 Blessed are the meek: for they shall 
inherit the earth. 

6 Blessed are they which do hunger and 
thirst after righteousness: for they shall 
be filled. 

7 Blessed are the merciful: for they 
shall obtain mercy. 

H Blessed are the pure in heart: for they 
shall see God. 

9 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they 
shall be called the children of God. 

I O Blessed are they which are perse- 
cuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is 
the kingdom of heaven. 

II Blessed are ye, when men shall re- 
vile you, and persecute you, and shall say 
all manner of evil against you falsely,' for 
my sake. 

lii Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for 
great is your reward in heaven: for so per- 
secuted they the prophets which were 
before you. 

Sing ^Vo. 1J3. 

Faith of Our Fathers. 



No. 295. The Apostles' Creed. 

I believe in God the Father Almighty, 
Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus 
Christ his only Son, our Lord: who was 
conceived by the Holy Ghost, bom of the 
Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate; 
was crucified, dead and buried; the third 
day he rose from t'ie dead; he ascended 
into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand 
of God the Father Almighty; from thence 
he shall come to judge the quick and the 
dead. 

I believe in the Holy Ghost; the Holy 

Catholic Church, the communion of saints; 

the forgiveness of sins; the resurrecton of 

the body, and the life everlasting. Amen. 

Sing No 302. 

Gloria Patri. No. 2. 

No. 2%. 1 COR. 13. 

1 Though I .speak with the tongues of 
men and of angels, and have not charity. I 
am become as sounding brass or a tink- 
ling cymbal. 

2 And though I have the gift of proph- 
ecy and understand all mysteries, and all 
knowledge: and though I have all faith, so 
that I could remove mountains, and have 
not charity, I am nothing. 

3 And though I bestow all my goods to 
feed the poor, and though I give my body 
to be burned, and have not charity, it prof- 
iteth me nothing. 

4 Charity sufltereth long, and is kind; 
charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not 
itself, is not puffed up, 

5 Doth not behave itself unseemly, seek- 
eth not her own, is not easily provoked, 
thinketh no evil; 

<> Rejoice not in iniquity, but rejoiceth 
in the truth; 

7 Beareth all things, believeth all things, 
hopeth all things, endureth all things. 

8 Charity never faileth: but whether 
there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether 
there be tongues, they shall cease; whether 
there be knowledge, it shall vanish away. 

9 For we know in part, and we prophesy 
in part. 

1 But when that which is perfect is 
come, then that which is in part shall be 
done away. 

Sing -Vo. 176. 

Onward, Christian Soldiers. 



Qtbcv of Service. Bo. I, 

Prepared by iVlarion Lawrance, Chicago, 111. 



No. 297. 



The Names of Jesus. 



Supt.—Sta,nA up and bless the Lord your 
God for ever and ever; and blessed be Thy 
glorious name. 

All Rise, Sing.— Music No. 2U. 

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 

In a believer's earl 
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds, 

And drives away his fear. 

It makes the wounded spirit whole, 
And calms the troubled breast; 

'Tis manna to the hungry soul. 
And to the weary, rest. 

Dear name! the rock on which I build, 

My shield and hiding-place; 
My never-failing treasure, filled 

With boundless stores of grace! 

I would Thy boundles love proclaim 

With every fleeting breath; 
So shall the music of Thy name 

Refresh my soul in death. 

Supt. — By how many Names and Titles 
is Our Savior mentioned in the Bible? 

School.— Over two hundred and fifty. 

Supt. — What are some of the Names 
given to Him hundreds of years before He 
was bom? 

School. — For unto us a Child is bom, 
unto us a Son is given; . . . and His name 
shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, 
Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of 
Peace. 

Supt.— God has highly exalted Him, and 
given Him a name which is above every 
name. 

Minister. — He is the King of kings, and 
Lord of lords. 

Officers. — Chiefest among ten thousand. 

Senior Dept. — Son of the living God. 

Young Men's Dept. — Lion of the Tribe 
of Judah. 

Young Women's Dept.— The Bright and 
Morning Star. 

Intermediate Dept.— The Light of the 
World. 



Junior Dept. — The Good Shepherd. 

Supt.— Which of all His names is the 
sweetest? 

School.— 3ES\]S. 
Sing.— Music No. 183. 

Sweetest note in seraph song. 
Sweetest name on mortal tongue, 
Sweetest carol ever sung, 
Jesus, Blessed Jesus. 

Supt.— Why was He called Jesus? 

School. — Thou shalt call His name JESUS; 
for it is He that shall save His people from 
their sins. 

Minister. — And in none other is there 
salvation: for neither is there any other 
name under heaven, that is given among 
men, wherein we must be saved. 

Supt. — He is the Captain of our Salvation. 

Officers. — The Author and Finisher of our 
Faith. 

Senior Dept. —The Head of the Church. 

Youny Men's Dept.—Ee is the Way, the 
Truth and the Life. 

Young Women's Dept.— The Precious 
Comer Stone. 

Intermediate Dept. — the Friend of 
Sinners. 

Junior Dept.— The Man of Sorrows. 

Supt. — But of all His names, which is the 

sweetest? 

School.— 3ESm. 

Sing.— Music No. 183. 

Sweetest note in seraph song. 
Sweetest name on mortal tongue. 
Sweetest carol ever sung, 
Jesus, blessed Jesus. 
Prayer. 

Supt.— Oh, magnify the Lord with me, 
and let us exalt His name together. 

Sing.— Music No. 136 or 173. 

All Hail the Power of Jesus' Namel 

{Be Seated.) 



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No. 298. 



1. Instrumental Music. 

{Go quietly to your places. As soon as 
the music stops, the doors will be closed.) 

2. Silence. 

3. School Stands. 

(At signal of piano or organ, sing, with- 
out music, the first verse of "All Hail the 
Power of Jesus' Name.") 



Cho.- 



4. Superintendent's Greeting. 

Supt. — Good morning, teachers 



and 



scholars. 

School. — Good morning, Mr. {Supply the 
superintendent's name.) 

5. Responsive Service. 

Supt. — come, let u < sing unto Jehovah. 
School. —Let us make a joyful noise to 
the Rock of our salvation. 
Sing.— Music No. 42. 

If His love is in the soul, 
And we yield to His control. 

Sweetest music will the lonely hours beguile; 
We may drive the clouds away. 
Cheer and bless the darkest day. 

If we keep the heart singing all the while. 

Chorus. 
Keep the heart singing all the while; 
Make the world brighter with a smile; 
Keep the song ringing! lonely hours we 

may beguile. 
If we keep the heart -singing all the while. 

Supt.— And seeing the multitudes, He 

went up into the mountain : and when He 

had sat down, His disciples came unto Him: 

School— And He opened His mouth and 

taught them, saying: 

Assistant Supt. — Blessed are the poor in 
spirit: 

School— For theirs is the kingdom of 
heaven. 

Sing.— Music No. 82. 
When you look at others with their land 

and gold, 
Think that Christ has promised you His 

wealth untold; 
Count your many blessings, money can- 
not buy 
Your reward in heaven, nor your home on 
high. 



-Count your blessings. 

Name them one by one; 
Count your ble.ssing9, 

See what God hath done. 
Count your blessings, 

Name them one by one; 
Count your many blessings. 

See what God hath done. 



Supt. — Blessed are they that mour>. 
School. — For they shall be comforted. 
Sing.— Music No. 225. 

What a Friend we have in Jesus, 

All our sins and griefs to bear! 
What a privilege to carry 

Everything to God in prayer! 
Oh, what peace we often forfeit. 

Oh, what needless pain we bear, 
All because we do not carry, 

Everything to God in prayer! 

Supt — What does Peter say concerning 
the preciousness of Jesus? 

School. — "Unto yoa who believe He is 
precious." (1. Pet. 2: 7.) 

Sing.- Music No. 3.5. 
So precious is Jesus, my Savior my King, 
His praise all the day long with rapture I 

sing; 
To Him in my weakness for strength I can 
cling. 
For He is so precious to me. 

Cho. — For He is so precious to me, 
For He is so precious to me; 
'Tis heaven below 
My Redeemer to know, 
For He is so precious to rae. 

6. Show of Bibles. 

7. Reading of Lesson. 

8. Prayer. 

9. Song. 

10. Lesson Study. 

11. Song. 

12. Scripture Drill. 

13. Reports. 

14. Closing Word. 

15. Closing Song.— See No. T6. 
More Lilce the Master. 



©r^et of Scvvicc. Bo. 3. 

No. 299. * 



Instrumental Music. 
Silent Flayer. 

Supt.—Whai is the Golden Text of the 



School. — For God so loved the world that 
Ke gave His only begotten Son, that whoso- 
ever believeth on Him should not perish, but 
have everlasting life. 

Sing.-Music No. 222. 
Love divine, all love excelling, 

Joy of heaven, to earth come down, 
Fix in us Thy humble dwelling, 

All Thy faithful mercies crown. 
Jesus, Thou art all compassion, 

Pure, unbounded love Thou art; 
Visit us with Thy salvation, 

Enter every trembling heart. 
Supt. — Behold what manner of love the 
Father hath bestowed upon us that we 
should be called the children of God. 

School.— For God sent not the Son into 
the world to judge the world; but that the 
world should be saved through Him. 

Supt. — Who shall separate us from the 
love of Christ? 
Minister. — Shall tribulation? 
Teachers. — Or anguish? 
Boys. — Or persecution? 
Girls.— Or famine? 
All. — Or nakedness? 
AssH Supt— Or peril? 



See'y.— Or sword? 

All. — Nay, in all these things we are 
more than conquerors through Him that 
loved us. 

For I am persuaded that neither death, 
nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor 
powers, nor things present, nor things to 
come, 

Nor height, nor depth, nor any other 
creature shall ba able to separate us from 
the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus 
our Lord. 

Sing.— Music No. 204. 

I will love Thee in life, I will love Thee in 

death, 
And praise Thee as long as Thou lendest 

me breath; 
And say, when the death-dew lies cold on 

my brow. 
If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, 'tis now. 

Pray n.— {Followed by Lord's Prayer.) 

Announcements. 

Song. 

Lesson Reading. 

Lesson Study. 

Song. 

Review. 

Instrumental Prayer Hymn. 

Benediction. 



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Prepared by P. H. Welshimer, Canton, Ohio. 



INo. 300. 



1. Xnstrtita&ntaX.— (Selection.) 

2. Song by School.— Music No. 6. 

The Touch of His Hand. 

3. Show of Bibles. 

4. Responsive Reading.— (Ps. 19: 7-14. 
Song.— Music No 147. 

Holy Bible, Book Divine. 

6. Prayer. —{Followed by Lord's Prayer.) 

7. Reading of Lesson. 

8. Lesson Study. 

(Instrumental selection while claaaes are 
retiring to rooms.^ 



9. Reassembling of Classes. 

(Instrumental selection while reassem- 
bling.) 

10. Song.— Music No. 81. 

Growing Dearer Each Day. 

11. Five Minute General Supplemental 
Work. 

12. Announcing Names of Visitors 
Present. 

13. Special Music. 

14. Report of Secretary. 

15. Announcements. 

16. Song.— Music No. 176. 
Onward, Christian Soldiers. 

17. Prayer and Benediction. 



No. 301. 




was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end, A - men, A - men. 




No. 302. 



Gloria Patri, No. 2. 



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No. 303. 



Doxolo^y. 



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No. 304. 



All People That, on Earth Do Dwell. 

Psalm 100. 



1 All people that on earth do dwell, 

Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice; 
Him serve with mirth, His praise forth tell; 
Come ye before Him and rejoice. 

2 Know that the Lord is God indeed; 

Without our aid He did us make; 
We are His flock. He doth us feed. 
And for His sheep He doth us take. 



3 enter then His gates with joy; 

Within His courts His praise proclaim; 
Let thankful songs your tongues employ; 
bless and magnify His name. 

4 Because the Lord our God is good. 

His mercy is forever sure; 
His truth at all times firmly stood, 
And shall from age to ag© ©odmre. 




No. 

A call for loyal soldiers 18 

A Friend have I 23 

A Friend I have called Jesus 104 

A Savior of love 44 

A Stranger stands outside 150 

A vision goes before me 28 

Abide with me 212 

Alas and did my Savior bjeed 117 

All for Jesus .' 75 

All hail Immanuel 168 

All hail the power (diadem) 136 

All hail the power (coronation) ... 173 

All people that on earth 304 

Almost persuaded 85,111 

Amazing grace 161 

America 256 

As A volunteer 18 

As I cling to the hand 157 

Asleep in Jesus 211 

At Calvary 43 

At Calvary's cross 165 

At eventide 24 

At the cross 117 

Awake, awake 108 

Away in a manger 127 



B 

Battle hymn op the Republic 253 

Be a hero 60 

Be not dismayed 22 

Beautiful flag 252 

Beautiful Isle 83 

Because His name is Jesus 142 

Because I love Jesus 37 

Behold a Stranger at the door 34 

Behold One cometh 153 

Better than I know 145 

Blest be the tie 217 

Break Thou the bread of life 181 

Brightly beams our Father's mercy ... 112 

By sin's condemnation 43 

C 

Calling The prodigal 59 

Can the Lord depend on you 106 

Christ arose 79 

Christ at the door 34 

Christ found me lost 145 

Christ is your Redeemer 65 

Christ Jesus died for sinners 61 

Christ will me His aid 12 

Clinging close to His hand 157 

Come Thou Almighty King 180 

Come Thou Fount 200 

Count your blessings 82 

Crown Him, crown Him 166 

Crown Him King of kings 166 

Crown Him with many crowns 175 



D 

No. 

Dear little stranger 129 

Does the world no rest afford 8 

Don't forget to pray 62 

Down into the fountain 233 

DoxoLOGY 303 

E 

Earthly pleasures vainly call 2 

Even me, even me 238 

Ever since I gave my heart 19 

r 

Fade, Fade Each earthly joy 196 

Failing in' strength 149 

Faith of our fathers 113 

Flag of the free 252 

Fling out the banner 224 

For all the Lord has done 232 

From every stormy wind 172 



G 

Gloria patri no. 1 301 

GiORiA patri no. 2 302 

Glory be to the Father 301, 302 

Glory to God for the joy 27 

God is calling the prodigal . 59 

God save the king 257 

God shalj. wipe all tears away 71 

God will take care of you 22 

Go forth 53 

Gone from my heart .' 118 

Grace enough for me 14 

Growing dearer each day 31 

Guide me 226 

H 

Had we only sunshine 136 

Hark, there's a call to the brave ... 49 

Harvest song 90 

Have thy affections been nailed 20 

Have you seen the sunbeams 121 

Hear our prayer 109 

Hear us, Heavenly Father 109 

Heaven is not far away 159 

He included me 40 

He is able to deliver thee 231 

He is so precious to me 35 

He knows it all 146 

He loves even me 1 39 

He will not forsake you 156 

Help somebody today 11 

High as the mountain 55 

High in the treetop's leafy 132 

Higher ground 5 



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INDEX 



No. 
His gifts are greater 9 

His LOVE CAN NEVER FAIL 63 

His LOVE FOR ME ISI 

His WAY WITH THEE 51 

Hold up the cross 78 

Hold up the grand old Bible 92 

Hold up your hands for Jesus 85 

Holy Bidle, book divine 147 

Holy Ghost with light divine 190 

Holy, holy, holy 210 

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide 205 

Homeless and friendless 243 

Home, sweet home 241 

Honor bright cadets 133 

How firm a foundation 206, 207 

How grateful the praises 44 

How sweet is the love 31 

Hurrah for the red, white and blue 134 



.... 36 

.... 46 

144 

.... 154 

.... IS 

.... 40 

O Lord 13 



am anchored fast 

am a stranger here 

am happy in him 

am on the Gospel highway 

AM saved 

am so happy in Christ 

AM THINE, 



52 
116 
63 
50 
235 
140 
155 



am thinking today 

can hear my Savior calling 

do not ask to see the way 

have a Friend 

have a song I love to sing 
heard a voice saying 

KNOW 

know three little sisters 134 

LOVE Him 118 

LOVE Thy Kingdom, Lord 195 

LOVE TO TELL THE STORY 237 

love to think my Father 146 

must needs go home 

must tell Jesus 

need not trouble for the 

never will CEASE TO LOVE HiM 

saw one hanging 

think God gives the children . . 
will NOT FORGET THEE 

would be like Jesus '. . . . 2 

WOULD NOT LIVE without Him 64 

'll be a sunbeam 124 

'll live for Him 110 

'm a pilgrim 158 

'M not YOUR JUDGE 137 

'm pressing on the upward 5 

've a message from the Lord 234 

've found a Friend 100 

f Christ the Redeemer 17 

P YOUR HEART KEEPS RIGHT 96 



74 

4 

232 

16 
128 

47 



davs of vore 258 

n looking thro' my tears 14 

N THAT LAND OF LIGHT 77 

n the army of the King 106 

N THE CLEFT OF THE ROCK 55 

N THE CROSS 189 

n vain I've tried 142 

S IT NOT WONDF.RFUL 140 

S THY HEART RIGHT WITH GoD 20 

T IS Jesus 153 

T IS NOT PAIR 246 

T IS WELL WITH MY SOUL 174 

T WAS His love 7 

t's JUST LIKE His great love 104 



Jesus calls us 187 

Tesus, FRIEND of sinners 67 

TESUS. I MY CROSS HAVE TAKEN 216 



No. 

Jesus is a Friend so kind 64 

Jesus is all the world to me 68 

JESUS is CALLING 95 

Jesus keep me near the cross 93 

Jesus, lover of my soul 208, 209 

Jesus needs you today 102 

Jesus on the cross 28 

Jesus satisfies me 103 

Jesus, Savior, pilot me 191 

Jesus shall reign 203 

Jesus, the tender Shepherd 102 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee ... 179 

Jesus wants me for a sunbeam 124 

Jesus will . '. 141 

Jesus will sustain you 8 

Joyfully march along 163 

Joyfully now our songs 167 

Just as I am 193 

Just as the stars are shining 123 

Just the love of Jesus 29 

Just when I need Him most 3 



X 

Keep close to Jesus 41 

Keep the heart singing 42 

Kneeling by my trundle bed 159 

J, 

Lay hold on the hope 32 

Le.^d, kindly light 213 

Let the lower lights be burning ... 112 

Let your light shine 33 

Life wears a different phase 21 

Little evangels 122 

Litte stars 123 

Little sunbeams 128 

Look all around you 11 

Look and live 234 

Look, the harvest field is teeming 90 

Lord, I hear of showers 238 

Lord Jesus, I long to be 186 

Lost, but found 70 

Love divine 222 

Love won my heart 54 

Low in a manger .' 120 

Low in the grave He lay 79 

Luther's cradle hymn 127 



U 

Majestic sweetness 214 

March along together 125 

Marching orders 126 

Mid pleasures and palaces 241 

j\Iine eyes have seen the glory 253 

More like the Master 76 

More than these 4 

My country, 'tis of thee 256 

j\Iy days are gliding 101 

My faith looks up to Thkb 182 

My Father holds my hand 148 

My hope is built 221 

My Tesus, I love Thee 204 

My life, my love I give to Thee 110 

My mother's song 160 

My path may be lonely 37 

My song of praise 19 

My soul is so happy 144 

V 

Near the cross 9.1 

Nearer, mv God, to Thee 192 



No. 

(earer, still nearer 87 

(earer the cross 220 

[oTHlNG BUT THE BLOOD 97 

few THE DAY IS OVER 114 



o 

Columbia, the gem of the ocean 254 

blessed thought 81 

DAY OF REST AND GLADNESS 227 

HAPPY DAY • 229 

b HOW I LOVE Him 16S 

p Jesus, Thou art standing 188 

jO LITTLE town of Bethlehem 218 

10 LOVE THAT WILT NOT LET ME GO 178 

lO SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED 215 

O THAT WILL BE GLORY 56 

O to be more faithful 80 

O WORSHIP THE King 1 

Oh for A THOUSAND TONGUES 197 

'. Oh say can you see 255 

Oh the joy that fills my heart 70 

Only a step 89 

On the battle field of life 60 

Onward, Christian soldiers 176 

Open the door for the children 129 

Our colors so true 131 

Out on the mountains 54 

P 

Pass me not 107 

Praise God from whom all blessings . . . 303 



Reapers are needed 164 

Refuge 208 

Rejoice, rejoice the lost is found .. 163 

Rescue the perishing 72 

Revive us again 185 

Rock of ages 171, 219 

Rose, rose, rose 135 

S 

Saved, saved 100 

Savior, like a Shepherd 194 

Savior, wash me in the blood 198 

Satisfied 57 

Servant of all 170 

Servant of God, awake 66 

Since I found my Savior 21 

Since I have been redeemed 235 

Since I lost my sins 236 

Sing me the song my mother 160 

Sing of Jesus 26 

Sing them over again to me 91 

Sing we the praises 169 

Softly and tenderly 99 

Somebody knows 149 

Somebody voted to ruin my boy 242 

Somebody's boy 243 

Someone is looking to you 33 

Somewhere the sun is shining 83 

Songs in the night 86 



^X_ 255 

No. 

So precious is Jesus 35 

Speak To me only of Jesus 10 

Spend one hour with Jesus 69 

Standing in the market places 164 

Stand up for Jesus 240 

Sun of my soul 202 

Sunshine and rain 130 

Sweet are the promises 45 

Sweet by and by 230 

Sweet hour of prayer 228 

Sweet is the promise 47 

Sweeter than all 12 



Take the name of Jesus with you ... 25 

Tell it o'er mountain 38 

Tell it wherever you go 17 

Tell me the old, old story 88 

The birds' nest 132 

The church in the wildwooo 119 

The gifts of God 9 

The glad new song 81 

The glorious Tidings 65 

The glory song 56 

The good old fashioned way 154 

The grand old Bible 92 

The Great Physician 183 

The hope set before you 32 

The hour of prayer 27 

The King of kings 167 

The King's business 46 

The light of the world 38 

The maple leap forever 258 

The morning light is breaking 239 

The order has gone forth 250 

The red, white and blue 254 

The shining shore 101 

The slaves of drink _. . 248 

The slighted stranger '. . 150 

The Son op God goes forth 223 

The star spangled banner 255 

The Sunday School army 125 

The touch of His hand on mine 6 

The twilight falls 24 

The walls of Jericho 249 

The way of the cross leads home ... 48 

There are ,days so dark 6 

There is a fountain 198,199 

There is glory in my soul 236 

There is power in the blood 39 

There will I follow Thee 143 

There's a church in the valley 119 

There's a hand held out 152 

There's a land that is fairer 230 

There's a war to wage 126 

There's a wonderful theme 61 

There's danger in the flowing 244 

They'll thank us by and by 248 

Tho' the way we journey 30 

Three colors has the nation's 131 

'TiS SWEET To KNOW 58 

'Tis the blessed hour of prayer 73 

'Tis the grandest theme 231 

To Calvary I will go 233 

Tossing on the billow 36 

Touch not, taste not 244 



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INDEX 



W 

No. 

Walk in the light 184 

Was it you 242 

Watchng for the King's return .... 80 

AVeary gleaner, whence comest 98 

Weary soul by sin oppressed 69 

"We may lighten toil and care 42 

We must win them one by one 84 

"We praise Thee, O God 185 

We shall have a new name 11 

We shall see the King some day .... 30 

"We're cadets that want 133 

We've a story to tell 162 

What a friend 225 

What can wash away my sin 97 

What is making life so sweet 29 

What is sweeter, tell me 135 

What tiiev seem to say 121 

What will vou do when the Jucge . . 138 

^^'HAT wondrous love 16 

\\ hen all my labors and trials 56 

When I have finished my pilgrimage . . 57 

\\'hen I tliir.k of my Savior's 139 

When peace like a river 174 

Wlien the clouds of affliction 86 

When the day is dark 62 

When upon life's billows 82 

When you start for the land 41 

Where cross the crowded ways 105 

Where HAST thou gleamed today .... 98 

Where He leads I'll follow 45 



Where He leads me i h 

Where there's drink there's dancer 251 

While we pray n; 

Whiter than snow 18( 

Whithersoever 'Ihou goest 141 

Who is on the Lord's side 177 

Who will open mercy's door 141 

Wlio would be greatest 1 70 

Whom, having not seen, I love 23 

Why not now 115 

Willing am I 94 

Will there be any stars 52 

Wine is a mocker 247 

Win them one by one 84 

Wonderful words of life 91 

Working, watching, praying 53 

Worldly pleasures charm no more .... 103 

World-wide prohibition 250 

Would you be free 39 

Would you live for Jesus 51 

Wounded for our transgressions .... 169 

Write it on the liquor store 251 

Y 

Ye Christiak Heralds 201 

Yield not to temptation 245 

You ask me how I gave 155 

You have heard of the story 151 

You ought to know Him SO 

You will live a life of gladness 96 



Order of Services 



Order of service No. 1 

(The names of Jesus) 
Order of service No. 2 . . 



297 
298 



Order of service No. 3 
Order of service No. 4 



299 

300 



Responsive Readings 



And seeing the multitudes (Matt. 5) . . 294 
And there were in the same country 

(Christmas) 291 

Ho every one that thirsteth (Isaiah 55) 289 

I believe in God (The Apostles' Creed) 295 

My son, forget not (Prov. 3) 293 



Then began" He to upbraid (Matt. 11, 

20th to 30th verses) 290 

There was a man (John 3) 288 

Though I speak with the (I Cor. 13) .. 296 

WIio hath believed (Isaiah 53) 287 

Who hath woe (Temperance) 293 



Selected Psalms 



1. Blessed is the man 259 

V. Give ear to my words 260 

VIII, O Lord, how excellent is . . 261 

XV. Lord, who shall abide 262 

XVII. Hear the riglit, O Lord ... 263 

XIX. The law of the Lord is 264 

XXIII. The Lord is my 265 

XXIV. The earth is the Lord's ... 266 

XXVII. The Lord is my light 267 

XXXII. Blessed is he 268 

XXXIV. I will bless the Lord at .... 269 

LI. Have mercy upon me 270 

LXI. Hear my cry, O God 271 

LXIII. O God, Thou art my God . . 272 



LXV. Praise waiteth for Thee 273 

LX\'II. God be merciful unto us 274 

LXXXI\^ How amiable arc Tliy 275 

XCI. He that dwelleth in the 27b 

XCIII. Tlic Lord rcigncth .... 277 

XC\'. O come, let us sing unto 211 

XCVIII. O sing unto the Lord a 279 

CIIL r.!css the Lord, O mv.280 

CXIX. Bless'd are the undefiled 281 

CXXII. I was glad when they 282 

CXXXVIIL T will praise Thee .... 283 

CXXXXII. I cried unto the Lord 284 

CXXXXIX. Praise ye the Lord ... 285 

CL. Praise ye the Lord ... 286