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Full text of "Pentecostal hymns : a winnowed collection for evangelistic services, young people's societies and Sunday-schools"

MUSIC EDITORS 

.A.HOFFMAN W.A.OGDEiNi 



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Pentecostal Hymns 

A WINNOWED COLLECTION 

FOR 

EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 
YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES 

AND 

SUNDAY-SCHOOLS 



SELECTED BY 

HENRY DATE 



MUSIC EDITORS 

E. A. HOFFMAN W. A. OGDEN J. H. TENNEY 



PUBLISHED BY 



THE HOPE PUBLISHING COMPANY 
167 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 

Single copies, 35 cents, postpaid; 12 copies, 83.60; 100 copies, $30.00, by express — not prepaid. 



Copyright, 1891 and 1894, by Henry Date 

PREFATORY. 

Dentecost was the peep of day. 

T^ach dawn wakens melody; music dwells in light. 

XT ature hails every rising sun with a matin of praise. 

There is a hallelujah chorus in every sunbeam, and an ora- 
torio in every drop of dew the sun kisses. 
Every heart from sin set free is a whispering gallery, wherein 
Purity walks and Hope sings. 
Christianity will never fail while men and women pray, praise 
and practice, 
/^utbursts of song follow in the wake of showers of blessing. 

Satan trembles whenever he visits a church where everybody 
sings. 
nPhe heart that cannot sing needs Christ. 

A dumb pew makes a numb pulpit. 

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et it not be forgotten that sin is a discordant note whose 
measure is eternitv. 



TT oliness is a unison tone, whose time-beat is forever. 

Years come and go, but "Peace on earth, good- will to men" 
is the song of ages. 
Moses would have reached Canaan, had Miriam kept Israel 
singing. 
No forward movement is possible where doubt stifles joy, and 
murmurings drown the voice of praise. 
Qalvation is not a dirge, but a resurrection doxology. 



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NoTE.~The words and music of many of the pieces in this book are copy- 
right property, and cannot be reprinted in any form whatever without the written 
permission of the owners- ^Ht PUBLISHERS. 



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1. Thro' the cleansiDg blood of the dy- ing Lamb, Thro' the pow'r of grace 

2. Who shall sev - er us from the Sav-ior's love, Or shall blot our names 

3. More thau con-quer-ors! There our Captain stands, While our names are grav- 

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from Life's book a - bo ve? Neither pres - ent things, nor the things to come, 

en up- on His hands; Tho' the pow'rs of dark - ness a-gainst us frown, 

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

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

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

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




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passionate Friend; If I but ask him, he will de - liv - er. Make of my 
burdens to bear; I must tell Je - sus, I must tell Je - sus; He all my 
tempted to sin! I must tell Je - sus, and he will help me 0-verthe 
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3. The song of my soul, since the Lord made me 

4. How pre - cious the thought that we all may re - 

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burdened with sin and dis - trest, 
faith tak-ing hold of the Word, 
been the old sto ry so blest, 
John the be -lov-ed and blest, 
save by his pow-er di - vine; 



Till I heard a sweet voice say - ing, 
My fet-ters fell off, and I 
Of Je - sus, who'll save who - so- 
On Je - £us' strong arm, where no 
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'mate me your choice;" And I en-tered the "Ha-ven of 

an-choredmy soul; The "Ha-ven of Rest" is my 

ev - er will have A home in the "Ha-ven of 

tem-pest can harm, — Se - cure in the "Ha-Aeu of 

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1. Bless-ed be the Fountain of blood, To a world of sin - ners revealed; 

2. Thorny was the crown that he wore, And the cross his bod - y o'er-came; 

3. Fa-ther, I have wandered from thee. Oft - en has my heart gone a-stray; 




Bless-ed be the dear Son of God; On-ly by his stripes we are healed. 

Grievous were the sorrows he bore, But he suffered thus not in vain. 

Crim-son do my sins seem to me — Wa-ter can-not wash them a - way. 

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Je - sus, to that Fountain of thine, Lean-ing on thy promise I go; 

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Come ere the day be gone; 
Dark - ness is com - ing on. 
Look where thy feet have trod, 
Wan-d'ring a - way from God. 
Fly for thy life to - day; 
En - ter the nar - row way. 




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1. Our hearts have felt the rap-ture of the pres-ence of our God, We're 

2. We've heard the call of Je - sus as it ech - oes thro' the soul, Louder 

3. We've hosts of sin to con-qaer in the name of Christ our King, We've 

4. In "Loy - al - ty to Je - sus" we will ev - er do his will, The 

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than the call of trumpet or the solemn drum-beat's roll,The God who calls to 
souls to win for Jesus till with joy the heav'ns shall ring, And Gospel words to 
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sym - bol and sal - va-tion thro' his blood, Our hosts are marching on. 
du - ty, of heart- serv-ice asks the whole. As he is marching on. 
car - ry till the distant isles shall sing — That God is marching on. 
prom -is - es he will in us ful-fiU, As he is marching on. 



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2. There's a fire of con - se - cra-tion that is kin-dliug in our youth, 

3. There's a fer - vor of re - vi - val, burn-ing bright in ma - ny hearts, 

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Mine ears have heard the gath'ring of a ded - i - ca - ted host. 

They are vow - ing heart - y serv - ice to the Mas - ter and his truth, 

There's a glovF of gen -'rous loy • al - ty their no - ble pur-pose starts. 

They are look - ing up in pray'r to him en-throned be-yond the skies, 

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My soul has felt the pres-ence of the prom-ised Ho - ly Ghost, Our 

Their faith is pure and ar-dent, and their works are gos-pel proof, Our 

'Tis the Spir-it of the fa-thers and the zeal that Christ imparts. Our 

They are lift-ing up their broth-er from the ru - in where he lies. Our 




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2. Take my feet, and let them be 

3. Take my lips, and let them be 

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Take my voice and let me. sing 
Take my sil - ver and my gold, — 
Take my in - tel-lect, and use 



At the impulse of thy love. 
Al-ways, on - ly, for my King. 
Not a mite would I withhold. 
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It shall'be no longer mine; 
Take my heart, — it is thine own, — 
It shall be thy royal throne. 



Take my love, — my Lord, I pour 
At thy feet its treasure-store ! 
Take myself, and I will be 
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All my tho'ts, and words, and do - ings, All my days, and all my hours. 

Let my hands perform his bidding, Let my feet run in his ways — 

Let my eyes see Je-sus on - ly, Let my lips speak forth his praise. 



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Jesus, glorious King of kings — 
Deigns to call me his beloved, 

Lets me rest beneath his wings. 
II : All for Jesus! all for Jesus! 

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1. My life, my love I gi\e to thee, Thou 

2. I now believe thou dost re-ceive, For 

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Lamb of God, who died for me; 
thou hast died that I might live; 
save my soul and make me free, 




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Oh, may I ev - er faith - ful be, 
And now henceforth I'll trust in thee, 
I con - se- crate my life to thee, 



My Sav - ior and my God ! 
My Sav -ior and my God! 
My Sav -ior and my God! 




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My Sav -ior and my God! 



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3. Tho' I pass thro' the night of sor - row, And the chill - y waves of 

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fear ^ no ill or harm ; Oh, the best friend to have is Je - sus. 

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2. As a moth - er stills her child. 


Thou canst hush the o - cean wild; 


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2. Come,feast up - on the "liv-ing bread, "He's just the same Je - sus 

3. Come, tell him all your griefs and fears, He's just the same Je - sus 

4. Come un - to him for clear - er light. He's just the same Je - sus 



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Oh, blessed day for you and me! 
The verv same Jesus. 



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1. I am com- ing to the Cross; I am poor, aud weak, and blind; 

2. Long my heart has sighed for thee. Long has e - vil reigned -nith-in; 

3. Here I give my all to thee. Friends, and time, and earth - ly store ; 



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I am count -ing all but dross, I shall full sal - va - tion find. 
Je - sus sweet - ly speaks to me, — "I -^vill cleanse you from all sin." 
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bow, Save me, Je - sus, save me now. 
5 Jesus comes! he fills my soul! 
Perfected in him I am; 
I am every whit made whole: 
Glory, glory to the Lamb. 



Humbly at thy Cross I 
4 In thy promises I trust, 

Now I feel the blood applied: 
I am prostrate in the dust, 
I with Christ am crucified. 



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■ \ There's a kindness in his justice ^Vhich is more than \_Omit/\ lib-er - ty. 
2 f There is Avelcome for the sinner, And more graces for the good ; 

■ \ There is mer-cy with the SaAior, There is heal-ing \Omit.'\ in his blood. 



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And our lives would l)e all sunshine 
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Are you liv - ing in the darkness? Light is shin-ing on be - fore; 
Are there doubts and fears within you, Clouds of darkness hov-'ring o'er? 
Are the shades of death ap-pear-ing? Do not fear the Jor-dan's roar; 
Walk no long - er in the dark-ness; Give your fears and doubtings o'er; 



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Look to Christ, and find in look-ing, Light is shin-ing more and more. 
Christ and home and friends are uearing In the light from Heaven's shore. 
Trust in God, and go right onward Where the light shines more and more. 



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2. Sweet is the ten-der love Je - sus hath shown , Sweeter far than 

3. List to his lov - ing words, "Come un - to me, " Wea-ry, heav - y 

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an - y love that mortals have known ; Kind to the err - ing one, 
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Faith-ful is he; He the great ex - am - pie is, and pattern for me. 
Faith-ful and sure; Lean up - on the Sav - ior, and thy soul is se-eure. 

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1. Wheu out in sin and dark-ness lost, Love found me, My 

2. The Spir - it roused me from my sleep. Love found me, Con- 
3.' I'll praise him while he gives me breath. Love found me. For 
4. And when I reach the gold-paved street, Love found me, I'll 



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vie - tion seized me strong and deep. Love found me; Al- 

sav - ing from an end - less death. Love found me; Christ 

sit a - dor - ing at his feet, Love found me. And 

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kind em - brace. Love found me. 
per - feet love. Love found me. 

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hands at the gate - way to - night, Fa - ces a- 
hands of a moth - er -whose love Sac - ri - ficed 
hands of a lit - tie one, see! Ba - by voice 
bauds of a hus-band, a -nife, Watch -ing and 
best of that glo - ri - ous throng, Cen - ter of 



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shin - ing with ra - di - ant light; Eyes look-ing down from yon 

life its de - vo - tiou to prove; Hands of a fa - ther to 

call - ing, O moth - er, for thee; Eo - sy-cheek'd dar - ling, the 
wait -ing the loved one of life; Hands of a broth - er, a 

all and the theme of their song, Je - sus our Sav- ior, the 



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heav-en - ly home. Beau - ti- ful hands, they are beck - on - ing "come." 
mem - o - ry dear, Beck - on up . high - er the wait - ing ones here, 
light of the home, Ta - ken so ear - ly, is beck- on - ing "come." 
sis - ter, a friend, Out from the gate- way to-night they ex -tend, 
pierc-ed One stands, Lov - ing - ly call -ing with beck - on - ing hands. 

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1. Wan-der - er a-way from Je-sus, In the wind-ing ways of sin, 

2. Wan-der - er a-way from Je-sus, In the road to end-less woe, 

3. Wan-der - er a-way from Je-sus,'Wouldst thou not a crown ob - tain? 



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If thou wilt not turn to Je - sus. Whither, whith-er wilt thou go? 

Why then wilt thou slight his goodness? Fear- est not the woe and pain? 



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Broad the road where thou art go- ing. Ma - ny with thee downward move; 

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Hear his gentle voice, Calling you to-daj^ And -wander no more away from Jesus. 







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Who'll bring the lost ones to the fold. Where they'll be shelter'd from the cold? 
Hark! 'tis the Mas-ter speaks to thee, "Go, find my sheep -srhere'er they be. " 



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1. Have you had a kind-ness shown? Pass it on, Pass it onl'Twasnot 

2. Did you hear the lov - ingword! Pass it on, Pass it on! Like the 

3. Have you found the heav'n-ly light? Pass it on, Pass it on! Souls are 




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given for thee a-lone, Pass it on, pass it on! Let it trav - el down the 
sing-ing of a bird? Pass it on, pass it on! Let its mu - sic live and 
grop-ing in the night, Day- light gone, day-light gone! Hold your lighted lamp on 



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Let it cheer an - oth-er's woe; You have reaped what others sow. 

Be a star in some one's sky. He may live who else would die, 

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2. I^v - iug Spir - it, come to me, Make me lov - ing, like to thee; 

3. Might-y Spir - it, live in me, I would heav'nly-mind-ed be; 

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To its depths my be - ing stir. Print my Mas-ter's likeness there; 
Let my heart its Sovereign own, Christ its cen-ter — Christ a - lone; 

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Take me bod- y, spir-it, soul. Let thy life per-vade the whole. 







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(To you fair pal- a - ces of love, Nev-er tosayfare- 

/ We'll meet our sainted parents there, Never to say farewell, 

\ And heav'n with sisters, brothers, share, Nev-er to say fare- 

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well; Within that glorious summer laud The many jewel'd mansions stand. And 
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there we'll meet, at God's right hand, Never to say farewell. Never to say farewell, 
walk with them, enrob'd in white, Never to say farewell. 






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Never to say farewell, O we shall meet at God's right hand, Never to say farewell. 




3 We'll meet beyond life's swelling flood, 

Never to say farewell. 
Redeemed and washed in Jesus' blood. 

Never to say farewell; 
Earth's long, long night will pass away. 
Dissolving into heavenly day, 
And we shall with our loved ones stay. 

Never to say farewell. 



4 O what a blessed hope is this. 

Never to say farewell ! 
V.'hat pure and perfect happiness. 

Never to say farewell ! 
Delivered from all sin and pain, 
To reach yon fair, celestial plain, 
And meet the loved and lost again, 
Never to say farewell. 



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1. Stand-ing on the prom - is - es of Christ my King, Thro' e - ter - nal 

2. Stand-ing on the prom -is- es that can not fail, When the howl - ing 

3. Stand-ing on the prom - is - es I now can see Per - feet, pres - ent 

4. Stand-ing on the prom - is - es of Christ the Lord, Bound to him e- 

5. Stand-ing on the prom - is - es I can not fall, List'uing ev - 'ry 



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a - ges let his prais-es ring; Glo-ry in the high-est, I will shout and sing, 

storms of doubt and fear as-sail, By the living Word of God I shall pre- vail, 

cleansing in the blood for me; Standing in the lib - er-ty where Christ makes free, 

ter - nal-ly by love's strong cord, Overcoming dai - ly with the Spirit's sword, 

moment to the Spir-it's call, Eestinginmy Sav-ior, as myall in all. 




standing on the promises of God. Stand - ing, Stand - ing, 

Standing on the promise. Standing on the promise, 




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3. To work for thee, my dear-est Friend, On whom my ev - 'ry hope de-pends 

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2. There's mu - sic in my soul to-day, A c-ar - ol to my King, 

3. There's spring-time in my soul to-day. For when the Lord is near, 

4. There's glad-ness in my soul to-day. And hope, and praise, and love. 



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For bless-ings which he gives me now, For joys "laid up" a - bove. 



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near - er ev - 'ry day. The past holds no rec-ord of a time When so 

land shall yet be won. His ban-ner shall wave o'er all the world, For our 

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help I can depend, halle- lu-jah! Since he took my sins a -way, He has 



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from his wounded side; I am saved and jus - ti - fied, hal-le - lu - jah! 

taught me how to pray, And to do his will each day, hal-le - lu - jah! 

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1. Thro' the meadows green,in-vit - ing, Where the Shepherd leads I'll go, 

2. See the geu- tie Shep-herd lead-ing!Where the Shepherd leads I'll go; 

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Rev. Levi Gilbert, D. D. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 






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2. Might - y re-in-force-ments Thrill the church with cheer; Freshly press the 

3. Trust-iug in his prowess. Home and na-tion rest; Fu-ture a - ges 

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vet-'rans. Not a sign of fear; Thinned by age and death-stroke, 
sig - nal Each to do his best; Hast - en earth's re - demp-tion, 
conquest. Soon the -vic-tor's song; What are toils or dan - gers, 
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3. Hear you now his lov - iug voice, 

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Eev. E. A. Hoffman. 



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2. I am so won-drous-ly sav'd from sin, Je - sus so sweetly a - 

3. Oh, precious fountain, that saves from sin, I am so glad I have 

4. Come to this fountain, so rich and sweet ; Cast thy poor soul at the 

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en-tered in; There Je-sus saves me and keeps me clean, 
Sav-ior's feet; Plunge in to-day, and be made complete: 



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Nor ever from thy Lord depart; . 
With him of every good possessed. 
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'Tis done! the great transaction's done! 

I am my Lord's, and he is mine: 
He drew me, and I followed on. 

Charmed to confess that voice divine. 
Now rest, my long-divided heart: 

Fixed ou this blissful center, rest; 

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That vow renewed shall daily bear, 
Till in life's latest hour I bow, 
And bless in death a bond so dear. 



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1. I walked in the woodland meadows, Where sweet the thrushes sing, 

2. I found a young life bro - ken By sin's se - duc-tive art, 

3. But the bird with a bro - ken pin - ion, Kept an-oth - er from the snare, 



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1. Christ has for sin a-lone-mentma<le,Whata won-der - ful Sav-ior! 

2. I praise him for the cleansing blood, What a won-der - ful Sav-ior! 

3. He cleansed my heart from all its sin, What a won-der - ftil Sav-ior! 

4. He walks be -side me in the way, What a won-der - ful Sav-ior! 

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And now he reigns and rules therein, What a won -der -ful Sav-ior! 

And keeps me faith - ful day by day; WTiat a won -der -ful Sav-ior! 



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The world shall never share a part 
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2. Who-ev - er re - ceiv - eth the mes-sage of God, And trusts in the 

3. Who-ev - er re - pants and for-sakes ev - 'ry sin, And o - pens his 




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sal - va-tion shall have. For Jesus is read - y this moment to save. 

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3 Sent by my Lord, on you I call; 
The invitation is to all: 

4 Come, all the world! come, sinner, thou! 
All things in Christ are ready now. 

5 Come, all ye souls by sin oppressed, 
Ye restless wanderers after rest; 

6 Ye poor and maimed and halt ant" blind 
In Christ a hearty welcome find. 



My message as from God receive; 
Ye all may come to Christ and live 
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Nor suffer him to die in vain. 
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That precious, bleeding sacrifice: 
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2. Lift your heart in prayer to Je - sus, He can ev-'ry need sup- ply; 

3. Lift your heart in prayer to Je - sus, When you prosper in the way; 

4. Lift your heart in prayer to Je - sus, When in sorrow's darkest hour, 



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Tell him all your care and troub-le, None like him can sat - is r fy. 
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2. Thou canst fill me, gracious Spir-it, Tho' I can not tell tbce how; 
o. I am weakness, lull of weakness; At thy sa- creel feet I bow; 
4. Cleanse and comfort ; bless and save me; Eathc, oh, bathe my heart and brow; 

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Come,oh,come and fill me now. 
Fill with power. and fill me now. 
Thou art sweet-ly fill - ing now. 

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1 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, 

With all thy quick'ning powers; 
Kindle a flame of sacred love 
In these cold hearts of ours. 

2 Father, and shall we ever live 

At this poor dying rate — 
Our love so faint, so cold to thee 
And thine to us so great? 

3 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, 

With all thy quick'ning powers; 
Come, shed abroad a Sa%-ior's love, 
And that shall kindle ours. 



1 Jesus, my life; thyself apply, 

Thy Holy Spirit breathe: 
My vile afiectious crucify; 
Conform me to thy death. 

2 Keign in me. Lord ; thy foes control, 

Who would not own thy sway; 
Ditfiise thine image through my soul; 
Shine to thy perfect day. 

3 Scatter the last remains of sin. 

And seal me thine abode; 
O make me'glorious all within, 
A temple built by God! 

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2. Not far from the kingdom of heav-en, — The kingdom of peace and of love, 

3. Not tar from the kingdom of heav-en, Yet v/ill not on Je - sus be-lieve! 



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Yet out on the edge of the des - ert, The prod- i- gal's for-tune to prove! 
O sin - ner, what terrors a-wait thee! The blessing of par -don re-ceive! 

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Oh, rise, and re-turn to thy Fa- ther, And crave in his mer- cy a share! 
TheiDor-tal ofmer-cy is o - pen. Poor prod - i- gal, do not de- lay! 



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Far off he will see thee and know thee. And res-cue thy soul from despair! 

A -rise, and re-turn to thy Fa- ther! Oh, en - ter the kingdom to-day! 



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Will you not re-pent, believe, When Jesus is near? Peace and par-don 
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Come and now the Savior choose, Heaven is not far away. When Jesus is near. 

He has promised in his word. Heaven is not far away, "When Jesus is near. 

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2. Like a mij^ht-y ar - ray Moves the Church of God; Brothers, we are 

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Je - sus Con-stant will re - main; Gates of hell can nev - er 
voic - es In the tri-umph song: Glo - ry, laud, and hon - or 

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All the jour - ney long, He is able to de-liv-er. Trust him 

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1. The voice of thy conscience oft whispers, Believe on the Lord and be saved, 

2. A voice in cora-pas- sion is cry - ing. Believe on the Lord and be saved, 

3. God"s voice and his goodness are call- ing, Believe on the Lord and be saved, 

4. The voice of the Spir - it is plead-ing, Believe on the Lord and be saved, 

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And cease from your sor-row and sigh-iug; Believe on the Lord and be sa\ ed. 
The judg-meutof death is ap-pall-ing; Believe on the Lord and be saved. 
While loved ones are now iu - ter - ced-ing, Believe on the Lord and be saved. 








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1. Might -y ar - my of tlie young, Lift the voice in cheer-ful song, 

2. Tongues of children light and free, Tongues of youth ail full of glee, 

3. Je - sus lives, oh, bless-ed words! King of kings, and Lord of lords! 

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all on land and sea, Jesus lives! Light for you and all mankind, 

cross and sheathe the swords, Jesus lives! See, he breaks the prison wall. 




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1. Come,look on the King in his heau-ty. And gaze on his reconciled face; 

2. Come, look on the King in his beau-ty. Oh, look, and thy heart shall be won; 

3. Come, look on the King in his beau-ty, And o - pen thy lips in his j)raise; 



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His love shall come out in its sweetness, And Je - sus will claim thee his own. 
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B. M. J. J. M. Black. 

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1. When the trnm-pet of the Lord shall sound, and time shall he no 

2. On that hright and cloudless morning when the dead in Christ shall 
8. Let us la - l)or for the Mas - ter from the dawn till set - ting 



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rise, And the glo - ry of his res- ur-rec- tion share; When his 
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saved of earth shall gath-er o - ver on the oth - er shore. And the 
chos - en ones shall gath-er to their home be -yond the skies, And the 
all of life is o - ver and our work on earth is done, And the 



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Kno\vle3 Shaw 




1 Sowinji in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness, 

Sowing in the noontitle, and the tlewy e\ es; 
Waiting for the harvest, and the lime of reaping. 
We shall come rejoicing, bringing in the sheaves. 

Cho. Bringing in the sheaves, bringing in the sheaves, 

We shall come rejoicing, bringing in the sheaves. 

2 Sowing in the sunshine, sowing in the shadows. 

Fearing neither clontls nor winters chilling breeze; 
By and by the harvest, and the labor ended, 

We shall come rejoicing, bringing in the sheaves, 

3 Go then, ever v,eeping, sowing for the Jlaster, 

Though the loss sustained our spirit often grieves; 
When oirr weeping's over, he will bid us welcome, 
We shall come rejoicing, bringing in the sheaves. 

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61 



Elisha a. Hoffman. 



(Ho ©f^er (E>race» 



W. A. Ogdsn. 




1. I want no oth - er grace than thine, O may it fill this 

2. I want no oth - er peace than thine To rest me in the 

3. I want no oth - er love than thine, For this, O Lord, my 

4. I want no oth - er cross than thine, To bear it, Lord,my 



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cline, For this the world I would re - sign. And rest my soul on thee. 
cline,Tillcrown'dat last by love di-vine. In im-mor - tal - i - ty. 

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

2. Per - feet sub- mis-sion, per- feet d.e - light, Vis - ions of rap - ture now 

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

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2. Let us plead the ho - ly name Of the cross! (of the cross!) And the 

3. Oh, the song shall nev-er cease Of the cross! (of the cross!) Of the 

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Of the cross! (of the cross!) For his 
Of the cross! (of the cross!) For its 

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drear-est ways, An - y-where with Je - sus is a house of praise, 
more to roam, An - y-where with Je - sus will be home, sweet home. 

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2. We shall sit up - on the right, Thro' the precious hlood of 

3. AVe shall hear the an-gels slug, Tiiro' the precious l)lood of 

4. We shall dwell in safe - ty there. Thro' the precious blood of 



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3. Trust -ing on - ly in thy mer -its. Would I seek thy face; 

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1. A - las! and did my Sav -ior bleed, And did my Sovereign die, 

2. Was it for crimes that I had done, He groan'd up-on the tree? 

3. But drops of grief can ne'er re-pay, The debt of love I owe; 



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

A - maz - ing pit - y, grace unknown, And love be-yond de-gree! 

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

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1 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 

In a believer's ear! 
It soothes his sorrows, heals his wounds. 

And drives away his fsar. 

Cho. — il : Oh,*how I love Jesus! :|| 

Because he first loved me ; 
[|: How can I forget thee? :!| 
Dear Lord, remember me. 



2 It makes the wounded spirit whole. 
And calms the troubled breast; 

'Tis manna to the hungry soul. 
And to the weary rest. 

3 I would thy boundless love proclaim 
With every fleeting breath ; 

So shall the music of thy 
Refresh my soul in death. 



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2. Keep a light in the win-clow, my broth-ev, Perchance there is 

3. Keep a light in the win-dow, my broth-er, II - lu-mined the 






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guide till the breaking of day. Keep a light in the win-dow, my 

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71 'Keep t^t (fanner Sfping^ 



Rev. Richard Osborne. 



Robert Lowbt. 



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1. Keep the banner flying! This your cry should be; Ma - ny souls are dy-ing, 

2. Keep the banncs- flying! When the faithful fall, Give not up to sighing, 

3. Keep the banner flying! Christians should a-gree,With each oth- er vy-ing, 

4. Keep the banner flying O - ver land and sea; By yourself de-ny-ing 



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Je - susmust they see. Un - der condem-nation, Life will soon be gone; 

Christ is All in all. Ral - ly all your forces; See, the Captain's near; 

Yet in har-mo- ny; Working still for Je-sus, Righting human wrong, 

Comes the vie- to - ry. Bright-en toil with singing, Better days will come; 



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Trust to his re-sourc-es, There is naught to 
Till the angels greet us With their welcome 
To the Savior clinging. You shall rest at home. 



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1. "How far, how far to the Cit - y of Gold?" The anx-ious pilgrim 

2. "How far, how far to the Cit - y of Gold?" The sadden'd hearts would 

3. "How far, how far to the Cit - y of Gold?" Where sorrow neer shall 

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know, While mourning o'er the friends they love, In death's embrace laid low; 
come. The promised laud of joy and rest, The saints' e - ter-nal home? 




Tho' oft- en worn and sad, Oppressed Avith grief and care, 
How long ere saints a - wake And pass those por - tals fair? 
The jour - ney long has been, But home will soon ap - pear; 



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Pil-grim, press on a few more steps. Thy feet are al - most there. 
Hope whis-pers in af- flic-tion"s hour. Weep not, they're almost there. 
Each land-mark past proclaims to us We're al - most, al - most there. 



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Press on, press on, .Where lies thy home so fair;. . . . 

Press on, press on, press on, press on, so fair; 



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1. When I was far a - way and lost, Oh, 'tis won-der- ful! 

2. I once was blind, but now I see; Oh, 'tis won-der - ful! 

3. ]My guilt was all I had to bring; Oh, 'tis won-der- ful! 

4. Come, sin - ner, now, and seek his grace. Oh, 'tis won-der- ful! 



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"Was bound by sin, but now am free; 

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1. Come, con - trite one, and seek his grace, Je-sus is pass-ing by; 

2. Come, hun-gry one, and tell your needs, Je-sus is pass-ing by; 
8. Come, wea-ry one, and find your rest, Je - sus is pass-ing by; 
4. Come, burden'd one, bring all your care, Je-sus is pass-ing by; 



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See in his rec - on - cil - ing face. The sun-shine of the sky. 
The Bread of Life your soul Avill feed, And ful -ly sat - is - fy. . . 
Come where the longing heart is bless'd, And on his bo - som lie. . 
The love that list- ens to your pray'r. Will "no good thing" de-ny. 



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London Hynm Book. 



A. J. Gordon. 




1. My Je - sus, 

2. I * love thee, 

3. I will love thee 

4. In mansions of 



I love thee, I know thou art mine, For thee all the 

be - cause thou hast lirst lov - ed me, And purchased my 

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par -don on Cal - va - ry's tree; I love thee for wear-ing the 

long as thou lend -est me breath; And say when the death-dew lies 

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2 Joy of the desolate, light of the straying, 
Hope of the penitent, fadeless and pure, 

Here speaks the Comforter, tenderly saying, 

" Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not cure," 

3 Here see the bread of life; see waters flo\%nng 
Forth from the throne of God, pure from above; 

Ck)me to the feast of love, come, ever knowing 
Earth has no sorrow but Heaven can remove- 
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1 Wondrous news! we'll raise the song As we journey 'mid the throng, 
'>' Wondrous news! we'll raise the song, And the notes we will pro-long, 
3" Wondrous news! we'll raise the song As we join the ransomed throng, 




b Sav-ior's gra-cious love to - day; How on Calvary's rugged mount 
Of the Christ that saves from ev-'ry sin ; Who - so-ev - er will he-lieve, 
Marching homeward to the land on high; There our loved ones gone before, 
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Peace and par-don shall re-ceive. And the blest assurance know with-in. 
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1. Why stand ye i - die, wait-ing, While Christ is call - ing you? 

2. The fields are white and rip-ened; The har - vest time is here; 

3. Some hearts are touched with sorrow, And some are touched with sin; 

4. Some homes with gloom are shad-ed; Some lives are cheer-less, ^d; 

5. And some poor souls, dis - cour-aged With fail - ure and with sin, 



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The Mas - ter pleads for toil-ers; His call— can you not hear? 
Poor wan - der - ers from Je - sus, Oh! haste to bring them in. 
Go bear to them the mes - sage That Christ can make them glad. 
At Mer - cy's door are wait-ing For us to lead them in. 

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Why 1 - dle'stand? why waiting stand? 
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79 QVlj ofb Counfr^ ^ome/ 



G. Tabob Thompson. 



J. H. Tennet. 



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1. In thought I trav - el back to-night To my old coun-try home; 

2. I left my room aud geu-tly crept Down to the o - pen door, 

3. The Ho - ly Book was o-peued then, Aud moth - er read a - loud 

4. A ho - ly hush came o'er my soul, As on their kuees they fell; 

5. I gave my heart to God that night, Ere they rose up from prayer; 






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What joy-ful scenes flash thro' my mind As in the past I 
And heard ray moth-er join the song, And chant it o'er and 
A - bout the home pre-pared on high, A - bove the storm and 
They prayed as tho' they were inspired; So list - en while I 
Then saw them kiss each oth-er's lace, Tho' fur-rowed deep with 






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My moth-er with her locks of snow. Is knit -ting in her chair, 
Since then in cit - ies, great and small, I've heard the cul-tured sing. 
That iium-ble cot - tage seemed to me Grand as the man-sions fair, 
They prayed for pas - tor, neighbor, friend. And then they prayed for me: 
A - gain I heard a sweet re-frain While I stole back to rest; 



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While fa-ther, sit-ting by her side, Sings this fa - 
But no such rapture to my heart Could all their 
And I am sure be • fore they knelt, The an - gels 
"O Je-sus, grant that our dear boy May fol - low 
Help me to sing it o'er a-gaiu, Iii^ mem - 'ry 



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1. Chil-dren of the heavenly King, As ye jour-ney, let us 

2. We are travel-ing home to God, In the vay our fa - thers 



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1. I have a song I love to sing, Since I have been re - deemed, 

2. I have a Christ that sat - is - fies, Since I have been re - deemed, 

3. I have a Wit - ness bright and clear, Since I have been re - deemed, 

4. I have a joy I can't ex -jiress. Since I have beeni re - deemed, 

5. I liave a home pre - pared for me. Since I have been re - deemed. 







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1. Hark! the Sav-ior speaks with gen - tie voice To each heart with guilt op- 

2. AVho-so - ev - er Avill, may come and driuk Of this liv-ing wa - ter 

3. O - ver des - ert sands, in paths of sin, Stray no more with wea- ry 



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free; Thirsty one, where life's pure fountain flows, There is a gift for thee, 
feet; The re- fresh -ing stream in-vit - eth thee To joy and rest complete. 



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Or the seeds of love and mer-cy, That shall make ex-ist-ence sweet? 

What the fruit - age we shall gather, Here and in e - ter - ni - ty? 

That our fel - low-men may bless us, Whereso- ev - - er we may go. 






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2. Eing, ye bells of heaven, ring, We shall stand before the King, By and 

3. Wake, my soul, thy tribute bring, Thou shall stand before the King, By and 

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2. A joy by day, a peace by night, In storms a calm, in darkness light, In 

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pain a balm, in weakness might Is the won-der-ful love of Je - sua 

life, in de^^, my all in all. Is the won-der-ful love of Je - sus 

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1. Thanks be to Je-sns, his mer - cy is free, Mer-cy is free, 

2. Why on the mountains of sin v/ilt thou roam? Mer - cy is free, 

3. Think of his good-ness, his pa-tience and love; Mer-cy is free, 

4. Yes, there is par - don for all who he-lieve; Mer-cy is free. 


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Je-sus is waiting,' he'il s:ive you to-night^ ]\Ieicy is boundless and free. 
Grieve him no longer.but come as thou art,i\Ieroy is boundless and free. 
Cling to his mer-cy, believe on his name, Sleicy is boundless and free. 



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O for a thousand tongues to sing: Blessed be the name of the Lord! 

2. Jesus, the name that charms our fears, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 

3. He breaks the pow'r of cancelled sin. Blessed be the name of the Lord! 

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The glo - ries of my God and King, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 
'Tis mu - sic in the sin - ner'sears, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 
His blood can make the foul- est clean, Blessed be the name of the Lord! 

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1. Look a-way to the cross, leave tbj' burdeus all there, All the sins that con- 

2. Look a-way to the cross, leave thy burdeus all there, In the course of the 

3. Look a-way to the cross, leave thy burdeus all there, At the cross where thy 



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swift com-ing years. He will give needed grace, all thy troub-les will bear, 
Sav - ior has "died; All thy sins he will par-don, thy sorrow he'll share, 
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All of my life I pledge thee, All of my ran somed pow'rs, 

Xoth-ing shall be with-hold - en; Noth - ing will I re- call; 

My hands for thee to la - bor, My feet to walk thy ways, 

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6 Here, at this holy altar. 

Now, while in tears I bow, 

Seal thou the covenant I make, 

Hear and accept my vow. 



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2. O how sweet to trust ia Je-sus, Just to trust his cleausiugulood; 

3. Yes, 'tis sweet to trust in Je-sus, Just from sin and self to cease; 

4. I'm so glad I learn'd to trust thee. Precious Je - sus, Savior. Friend: 






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Thy sins, how high they mount! 
What are thy hopes beyond the grave? 
How stands that dark account? 

3 Death enters, and there's no defence; 

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He'll in a moment call thee hence, 
To heaven, or dov.n to hell. 
4 Thy flesh (perhaps thy greatest care) 
Shall into dust consume; 

But, ah ! destruction ends not there; 
Sin kills beyond the tomb. 



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2. There is a Well in a des- ert plain, Its wa-ters call with en - 

3. A great fold stands with its por-tals wide, The sheep a- stray on the 

4. There is a cross where the Sav-ior died, His blood flow'd out in a 



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treating strain, "Ho, ev'ry thirsting sin-sick soul, Come freel^v drink, and thou 
mountain side, The Shepherd climbs o'er mountains steep. He's searching now for his 
crim - son tide, A sac -ri-fice for sins of men, And free to all who will 

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When the liv - ing Well is so near by? Oh! why will ye 

When the vShepherd's fold is so near by? Oh! why will ye 

When the crim-son cross is so near by? Oh! why will ye 



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1. The blood of Je - sus frees Irom sin; Hal - le-lu-jab,w]iat a Sav - ior! 

2. Sal - va - tioD, ob, tbat joy - I'ul souud! Hal - le-lu jab, what a Sav - ior! 

3. A - rise! a - rise! thy light is come! Hal - le-lu-jah,wbat a Sav - ior! 
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Triumphant raise the joyful strain, A Sav - ior dies but lives a - gaiu. 
Proclaim a-broad bis matchless name, Whose pow'r tlie Ailest can re - claim. 



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E - ter - nal in the heav'ns to reign, Hal - le-lu-jah,wbat a Sav - ior! 

Thro'out e - ter - ui - ty the same, Hal - le lu-jah,what a Sav - ior! 



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

2. We Avho know our sius forgiven, We are walking in the light. We 

3. As we jour- uey here be - low, We are walking in the light. We 

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




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I can feel the Lord who loves me near in ev - 'ry time and place; 



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Let me walk and talk with Je - sus, 
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1. Where will you spend e - ter - ni - ty? This question comes to you and me! 

2. Ma - ny are choosing Christ to-day, Turning from all their sins a- way; 

3. Leav-ing the strait and narrow way, Go - iug the downward road to-day, 

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Heav'n shall their hap-py por-tion be. Where will you spend e - ter 

Sad A^-ill their fi - nal end-ing be, — Lost thro' a long e - ter 

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All uiy doubts are vanished, all my fears are gone, I am resting in the 

O the peace and rapt-ure! O the wondrous blissl I am resting iu the 

So I live re-joic-ing iu his love each day, I a ui resting in the 

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2. Oh, that song my soul is thrilling, Je - sus saves the soul tliat's willing! 

3. Sin - ner, come, if thou'lt receive him, Look to Je - sus and be- lieve him, 






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Pre - cious truth! my heart 'tis fill - ing, Je - sus Christ has pov. er to save! 
All your life and serv-ice give him, Je -sus Christ has power to save! 
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2. We shall know no more of tri - al, When we reach our home, Nor of 

3. We will meet our pre-cious Sav- ior When we reach our home. Live for- 

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there redemption's sto-ry,' Neath its gold-en dome! With myr-iads round the throne, 
toil and self- de-ni - al, 'Neath its gold-en dome; In robes of pu - ri-ty, 
ev - er in his fa - vor 'Neath the gold-en dome; Changed to his likeness, we 



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1. With friends on earth we meet in gladness, While swift the moments fly, 

2. How joy - ful is the hope that lin-gers. When loved ones cross death's sea, 

3. No part - ing words shall e'er be spok - en In yon- der home so fair, 

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That we, when all earth's toils are end-ed, With thee shall ev - er he. 
But songs of joy, and peace,and gladness. We'll sing for - ev - er there. 



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1. Come, sin - ner, be - hold what Je - sus hath done, 

2. From heav - en he came, he loved you — he died: 

3. No pit - y - ing eye, a sav - ing arm, none, 

4. They cru - ci - fied him, and yet he for - gave, 

5. So what will you do with Je - sus your King? 



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Such love as his nev - er was known; Be-hold on the cross 

He saw us and pit - ied us then; A - lone in the fight, 
"My Fa - ther, for - give them," he cried; AMiat must he have borne. 

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your King cru - ci - fied, To make you an heir to his throne! 

the vie - fry he won; O praise him, ye chil-dren of men. 

the sin - ner to save. When un-der the bur - den he died! 

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1. Be-ueatli thy shadow hid-iug, I sing my pil-grim souj;; Brief here is 

2. I'm naught, dear Lord, without thee, But feeble, lalfriug clay: Throw thy strong 

3. Thou hast my ransom paid me, The wine-press for me trod, In faith's fair 

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arms a - bout me, And cheer me on my way.' What-ev - er lot be - 
robe ar-rayed me, Now bring me home to God. While thou art there pre- 



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brought me, And I am far-ing on To where thy word has taught me. My 
tide me, This thiug I sure-ly know: Sal-vation's stream beside me Shall 
par - ing For my poor soula place, Thusheav'nward am I far-ing, To 

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cross, a might-y band, Bold to strive against the pow'rs of e - vil, 
bear the Spir-it's sw.ord, Shield of faith and hel-met of sal-va - tion, 
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Read - y, waiting for the Captain's word. 

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3. My soul knows well it's Bethel Where God spoke peace to me; The ver - y 

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my vine-yard, With a will (With a will); 




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Calls the Mas - ter, far and near: "I - die stand no long - er here, 
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3. And when affliction's rod and heavy hand Is laid up-on me sore, 




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Lin-ger no long-er, lov'd ones are wait-ing For your re-turn to - day. 

Lin-ger no long-er, mer - cy is flow-ing. And you may pardoned be. 

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1. I have been to Je-sus, he has cleansed my soul, I've been washed in the 

2. I am dai - ly trust-ing Je - sus at my side, I've been washed in the 

3. I am working in the vineyard of the Lord, I've been washed in the 

4. I am list'niug now to hear the Bridegroom's voice, I've been washed in the 

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blood of the Lamb; I am sweet-ly rest-ing in the Cru - ci - fied, 

blood of the Lamb; I am trust-ing in the prora-ise of his word, 

blood of the Lamb; How his com-ing will each faith-ful heart re - joice! 




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2. And when they brought the suff 'ring ones, The low - ly and the dear, 

3. He heard the prayer and gave the will And strength to touch the hera, 

4. Oh, ten - der One, oh, might - y One, Who nev - er sent a - way 

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The gold- en wave then roll'd a - far To - wards the west-ern sea, 

And laid them at the Heal-er's feet. From far a - way and near, 

And gave the faith, and vir - tue flowed From Him and heal - ed them, 
The sin - ner, or the suf- fer - er, Thou art the same to - day. 




And when the men had knowledge of The Ho - ly One of God, 
They bent be - fore the wondrous One, And earn - est - ly be-sought, 
For ev - 'ry one whose feeblest touch Thus met the Sav-ior's pow'r, 
The same in love, the same in pow'r, And thou art wait-ing still 




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They journeyed forth thro' all the land. And spread his fame a-broad. 

That they might on - ly touch the hem A - round his garment wrought. 

Rose up in per - feet health and strength In that ac - cept - ed hour. 

To heal the mul - ti - tude that come. Yea, who - so - ev - er will. 




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The best be - side is naught but dross, Grace is freel Grace is 

The feast is spread for thee at home, Grace is free! Grace is 

He is the truth, the life, the way! Grace is free! Grace is 

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2. I'll lend a hand in the church of God, Some work is wait-ing for 

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2. I came to Je - sus as 

3. I heard the voice of Je - 

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I found in him a rest-ing place. And he has made me glad. 
The liv - ing wa - ter: thirst-y one. Stoop down, and drink, and live.' 
My thirst was quenched, my soul re-vived, And now I live in him. 



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My soul re - joic-es to-day, My sins are all tak-en a - way. 



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"I am this dark world's light; 
Look unto me, thy morn shall rise 
And all thy day be bright." 

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I looked to Jesus, and I found 
In him my Star, mv Sun; 

And in that' light of life I'll walk 
Till all my journey's done. 



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1 Savior, like a shepherd lead ns, 

Much we need thy tend'rest care, 
In thy pleasant pastures feed us, 

For our use thy folds prepare; 
II : Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus, 
Thou hast bought us; thine we are.:|| 

2 We arc thiue, do thou befriend us. 

Be the Guardian of our way 
Keep thy flock, from sin defend iis. 

Seek us when we go astray; 
II : Blessed Jesus, blessed Jesus, 

Hear, oh. hear us, when we pray.: 

3 Thou hast promi.sed to receive us, 

Poor and sinful though we be; 



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Thou bast mercy to relieve us, 

Grace to cleanse and power to free; 

II : Blessed Jesus, bles.sed Jesus, 
We will early turn to thee.:|| 

Dorothy A. Thkupp. 

To Thee be Praise. 
(Tunc, Webb. Ko. 264.) 
To thee be praise forever. 

Thou glorious King of Kings! 
Thy wondrous love and favor 
Each ransomed spirit sings: 
We'll celelirate thy glory. 

With all thy saints above, 
And shout the joyful story 
Of thy redeeming love. 

Thomas Ha'weis. 



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VicTOKiA E. Keith. 



W. A. Ogden. 






1. I'm rest-ing safe with Je - sus, On the rock of faith I dwell; 

2. Tho' hosts en-camp a - round me, I am safe with- in his care; 

3. He is my "ark of safe - ty, " And my "rock" when storms assail, 

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And if I ful - ly trust him, I shall o - ver all pre - vail. 



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

3. Time is now fleeting, the moments are passing, Passing from you and from me; 

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Why should we linger and heed not his mercies, Mercies for you and for me? 
Shadows are gathering, death beds are coming. Coming for you and for me. 
Tho' we have sinned, he has mercy and pardon, Pardon for you and for me. 




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1. We are com-ing! we are com-ing! From the east and from the west; 

2. We are com-ing! we are com-ing! With his ban- ner float- ing high; 

3. We are com-ing! we are com-ing! With the gos - pel ar-mor on; 

4. We are com-ing! we are com-ing! Precious Christ, our joy and song; 

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1. What a -won - der- ful sal - va-tion! For its length aud breadth and height 

2. Oh, this bless- ed "who- so - ev - er, " Call-ing ev - 'ry one who will, 

3. Pre-cious prom-is - es of Je - sus, Sweeping ev - 'ry hu- man need! 

4. What a per - feet, pres-ent Sav-ior! What a true and lov- ing friend! 

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Far ex - eel the grandest knowledge Of the ser - a-phim in light; 

To the sparkling, liv -ing wa-ters, Flowing ful - ly, free- ly still; 

For the grace of our Ke-deem-er Must our high- est tho't ex-ceed; 

Can we ev - er praise him right-ly? Tell how grace and glo - ry blend? 

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No, I know not why he loves me, But his blood is all my plea; 


To the might- y roy - al storehouse Let me use the gold-en key, 


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But I know it is for sin-ners. And it just suits me 
I can trust his "who-so - ev - er,"For it just .suits 
Find the spe- cial, ten- der prom-iseThat will just suit 
So, what- ev - er lot he or- ders. May it just suit me, 

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2. Have you told 

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it all to Je - sus, All your weakness and your sin? 
it all to Je - sus, Hidden in his riv - en side, 
it all to Je - sus? Has be an suered o'er and o'er. 






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Noth-ing left concealed with-in? 
Washed you in the crim-son tide? 
Go in peace, and sin no more!" 








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

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

4. A - gain he comes! from place to place His ho - ly footprints we can trace. 



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The blind re-joiced to hear the cry: " Je - sus of Naz-a-reth pass 

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The blind re-joiced to hear the cry: " Je - sus of Naz-a- reth pass- eth 

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But if you still this call refuse, 
And all his wondrous love abuse. 
Soon will he sadly trom you turn. 
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Here's pardon, comfort, rest. and home! 
Ye wanderers from a Father's face! 
Eetum, accept his proffered grace. 
Ye tempted ones, there's refuge nigh: 
"Jesus of Nazareth passeth by." 

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mountain, Down from the crystal bright fountain, E'en from the dawn of creation, 
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2. There are those who fol - low Je - sus when there is no cross to bear, 

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Oh! it grieves the bless-ed Mas-ter that their hearts are so un-true; 
Are you one a-mong the faith-ful? Are you one a-mong the true? 

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2. I stood be -side a dy- ing bed, Where lay a child with ach- ing 

3. I saw the mar-tyr at the stake; The flames could not his courage 

4. I saw the gos-pel her -aid go To Afric's sand and Greenland' 

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head, AVait-ing for Je - sus' call; I marked his smile, 'twas sweet as 

shake, Nor death his soul ap-pall; I asked him whence his strength was 

snow. To save from Sa-tan's thrall; Nor home nor life he count -ed 

say. The Bride re-peats the call; For he will cleanse your guilty 



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May, And as his spir - it passed a- way. He whispered "Christ is all." 
giv'n, He looked triumphant - ly to heav'n. And answered "Christ is all." 
dear, 'Midst want and per-ils owned no fear, He felt that "Christ is all." 
stains. His love will soothe your weary pains, For "Christ is all in all." 




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1. The joy of the Lord is my strength; My courage and hope to re - new, 

2. The joy of the Lord is my strength; In so r-row and tri-al, how sweet; 

3. The joy of the Lord is my strengtb;The pleasures this world can be-stow 
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2. Waft it on the roll - iug tide, Je - sus saves, 

3. Sing a - bove the bat - tie's strife, Je - sus saves, 
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Tell to sin - ners, for and wide, Je - sus saves, Je - sus 

By his death and end -less life, Je - sus saves, Je - sus 

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

2. God calling yet! shall I not rise? Can I his lov- ing voice de-spise, 

3. God calling yet! and shall he knock, And I my heart the clos - cr lock? 

4. God calling yet! and shall I give xso heed, hut still in hondage live? 
5 God callir J yet! I can not stay; My heart I yield without de - lay : 

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And hase - ly his kind care re - pay? He calls me still; can I de - lay? 

He still is wait - ing to re - cei\e, And shall I dare his Spir-it grieve? 

I wait, hut he does not for- sake; He calls me still: my heart,a-wake! 

Vain world, farewell, from thee I part; The voice of God has rea^'d my heart. 



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2. Why are you waitring, broth-er? 

3. Why are you wait-ing, broth-er? 

4. Why are you %vait-ing, broth- er? 



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Why is your heart so 

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in - to the Sav-ior's fold? 

Trust him, and be his child. 

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1 I gave my life for thee, 

My precious blood I shed 
That thou might'st ransomed be, 

And quickened from the dead. 
II : I gave, I gave my life for thee, :|| 
What hast thou given for me? 

2 My Father's house of light, 

My glory-circled throne 
I left, for earthly night, 

For wand'rings sad and lone. 
11: 1 left, I left it all for thee. 
Hast thou left aught for me? 



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3 I suffered much for thee, 
INIore than thy tongue can tell, 

Of bitterest agony. 

To rescue thee from hell; 
II : I've borne. I've borne it all for thee, :|| 
What hast thou borne for me? 

4 And I have brought to thee, 
Down from my home above, 

Salvation full and free. 
My pardon and my love; 
|]: I bring. I bring rich gifts to thee, :|! 
"\i\Tiat hast thou brought to me? 
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j With omnip - o - tent love is my poor nature bound, And thi.s bondage to 
f For years my soul wrestled with vague dis-con-tent. That like a sad 
\ God's "light in my soul with the darkness was blent. And my heart ev - er 
J And now I have flung my-self reckless - ly out, Like a chip on the 
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longed for an un-cloud-ed day. 
stream of the In - lin - ite Will ; 
God his dear pur-pose ful - till. 



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know, 

The serfdom of love to so sweeten the rod, 

That its touch maketh rivers of honey 

to flow. 



5 Roll on, checkered seasons, bring smiles 
or bring tears. 
My soul sweetly sails on an infinite tide; 
I shall soon touch the shores of eternity's years, 
And near the white throne of my Sav- 
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2. My soul ori - eth out: " re-store me a - gain, And give me the strength to 

3. Yea, tho' I should walk in the val-ley of death. Yet why should I fear from 



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take The nar-row path of righteous-ness. E'en for his ovn name's sake, 
ill? For thou art with me, and thy rod And stait' me comfort still. 

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Then palms of vie -to-r^-, crowns of 

1 I saw a blood-washed pilgrim, 

A sinner saved In^ grace. 
Upon the King's great highway, 

With peaceful, shining face. 
Temptations sore beset him, 

But nothing could affright. 
He said, "The yoke is easy, 

The burden, it is light.''— Cho. 

2 I saw him in the furnace, 

He doubted not, nor feared. 
And in the flames beside him 

The Son of God appeared. 
Though seven times 'twas heated 

With all the tempter's might. 
He said, ' ' The yoke is easy. 

The burden, it is light. "—Cho. 



lory, Palms of vie- to-ry I shall wear. 

3 ]\Iid storms, and clouds, and trials, 

In prison, at the stake. 
He leaped for joy, rejoicing, 

'Twas all for Jesus' sake. 
That God should count him Avorthy, 

Was such supreme delight, 
He cried, ' ' The yoke is easy, 

The burden is so light." — Cho. 

4 I .saw him overcoming, 

Through all the swelling strife, 
Until he crossed the threshold 

Of God's Eternal Life. 
The Crown, the Throne, the Pceptre, 

The Name, the Stone so White. 
Were his, who found, in Jesus, 

The yoke and burden light. — Cho. 



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So thrnst in the sick - le and 
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not the dark night On an nn - gath-ered har - vest - field 
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wa - ter be - stows "In his name" shall not lose his re- 
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1. Who is on the Lord's side? Always trne: There's a right and -wrong side, 

2. Thousands on the wrong side Choose to stand, Still 'tis not the strong side, 

3. Come and join the Lord's side, — Ask yon why? 'Tis the on - ly safe side, 
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1. There is a home, a hless - ed home, In that fair land a - bove, 

2. There is a home, a heav'u-ly home. In fade - less ver-dure drest, 
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Leave it all with Jesus; 
He will make you clean within— 

Leave it all with Jesus; 
In the sacred healing flow, 
He will wash you white as snow 
If you humbly, trusting go; — 

Leave it all with Jesus. 



3 Would you in his image live? 

Leave it all with Jesus; 
He can every blessing give, — 

Leave it all with Jesus; 
He will lead you safely through, 
He is merciful and true. 
He has died for love of you — 

Leave it all with Jesus. 



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1 Workman of God I O lose not heart, 

But learn what God is like; 
And in the darkest battle-field 
Thou shalt know where to strike. 

2 Thrice blest is he to whom is given 

The instinct that can tell 
That God is on the field, when he 
Is most invisible. 

3 Blest too is he who can divine 

Where real right doth lie. 
And dares to take the side that seems 
Wrong to man's blind-fold eye. 

4 Then learn to scorn the praise of men, 

And learn to lose with God ; 
For Jesus won the world thro' shame, 
And beckon's thee his road. 



154 Oh, for a Faith. 

1 Oh, for a faith that will not shrink, 
Thoiigh i^ressed by everj' foe. 

That will not tremble on the brink 
Of any earthly woe; — 

2 A faith that shines more bright and 
When tempests rage Avithout; [clear 

That when in danger knows no fear. 
In darkne&s feels no doubt; — 

3 A faith that keeps the narrow way 
Till life's last hour has fled. 

And with a pure and heavenly ray 
Illumes a dying bed. 

4 Lord, give us such a faith as this, 
And then, whate'er may come, 

We'll taste, e'en here, the'hallowed bliss 
Of an eternal home. 



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155 @5^tn lX>eU(^m {puse t^ielXfa^. 

"I expect to pass this way but once; if, therefore, there be an.v l:iucluess 1 can show, or 
any good thing 1 can do to my fellow human beings, let me do it iiow; let me not defer nor 
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2. On the Jer - i- cho road you Avill lind him to-day, Your brother who 

3. On the Jer - i - cho roM ma - ny fore - es combine, To sti - lie the 
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Yet ma-ny who journey a-long that way, Are wounded and ready to die. 



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\ Do not turn the lambs a- way, "Sufferthe children to \_Ondt . . ] 

j Tell them Je-sus loves them all/ 'Suffer the children to come to me," 

{ He will guide them lest they fall, ' 'Suffer the children to \^Omit . . ] 

I Take them gen-tly by the hand, "Suffer the children to come to me," 

Lead them to the bet-ter land, "Suffer the children to [Omit . . ] 



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come." Point them to the Father's throne, Speak to them in tend'rest tone, 
come." Oh, for-bid them not, I pray, Let the children come to-day, 
come." Lead them with a will-ing mind, Tell them of a Sav-ior kind; 

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They e - ter - ual life may find, "Suffer the children to come.' 



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2. He keep-eth me, ev - er, "With ten-der-est care! I've on-ly to 

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We shall hear a voice, an im-mor-tal voice, "Behold, the Bridegroom 

2. AVhen the voice shall crj^ "Go ye forth to-night. Behold, the Bridegroom 

3. Broth-er, trim your lamp, have it burning bright, ' 'Behold, the Bridegroom 

4. Hast thou made a vow? hast-en ye to pay, "Behold, the Bridegroom 

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comes!" Then the pulse wall cease, and the heart grow still, 

comes!" He will sure - ly come, though he seem - eth late, 

comes!" For when he has come, and hath closed the door, 

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soul will take its e - ter- nal flight, "For lo, 

hear the cry ere the morn-ing light, "Behold, 

be too late, — pay thy vows to-day, "Behold, 



the Bridegroom comes!" 
the Bridegroom comes!" 
the Bridegroom comes!" 
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1. Com-ing when the day is bright, Com-iug 

2. Com-ing to the gay and proud, Com-ing 

3. Com-ing -vrith un - hiu - dered sway, Com-ing 

4. Com-ing to the sin - fiil one, Com-ing 
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2. You shall res - cue souls from dan-ger As the sto - ry you re- 

3. Speed a - way o'er hill and val- ley Like a bird on tire- less 



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Whence com-eth peace that pass-eth knowledge, That saving grace re - ceived. 
Ee - newed with-in my iaiut-ing spir - it. And bade my fears de - part. 
And bear the like-ness of mySav-ior — Saved by re-deem-ing love. 

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1. On - ly a look at Je - sus! O soul bow'd down with siu, 
I 2. On - ly a look at Je - sus! O soul by care op - prest, 

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A look at Christ, the Sav - ior, Will bring thee peace and rest. 
For soon the Lord will hail thee From mansions in the skies. 



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Christian, gird the ar-mor on, There's a vie -fry to be won 
Let His ban - ner be uu-fnrled Till it waves o'er all the world, 
When the bat - tie shall be done, And the vie - to - ry be Avon, 
That will be an hour of joy, Praise shall then our tongues employ 




For the Lord, for the Lord: Take the hel- met. sword and shield, 

Sea to sea, shore to shore, Till the na- tions all shall own 

Con - flict past, con - fliot past. In the new Je - ru - sa - lem 

More and more, more and more; We shall stand be - fore the King, 



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Where-by they can be saved, on earth or heav'n; Je - sus a - lone can save. 

He is a niight-y Sav-ior from all sin; Je - sus a-lone can save. 

He is the sure found-a-tion God hath laid; Je - sus a-lone can save. 

Trust now and ev- er-more a-lone in Him; Je - sus a-lone can save. 



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D. S. His bless-ed kingdom shall for-ev - er stand ;Je- sus a-lone can save. 
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God hath ex-alt-ed hifii to his right hand, To be a prince o-ver ev -'ry land 

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1. Shall we reach the home in glo - ry When the years of life are gone? 

2. Shall we see the blessed Sav - lor Ea-diant with e - ter-nal light, 

3. Shall we share the joys e - ter - nal, And the glo - ry all di - vine? 

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Strength aud my pow'r; Life ev - er - last- iug, my Day'sman is he, 
Fount-ain aud Spriug; Bright Sun of Right-eous-ness, Day-star is he, 
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Je - sus for me. 

Je - sus for me. 

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2. There is a stream of heal - ing Whose wa - ters clear and 

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Are for the wea - ry na - tions, Heli^-less at Je - sns' feet; 

grace of God a - bund - ant! O fount-ain rich and free! 

1 yearn to have the con - flicts With-in my sjjir - it cease. 
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Impart- ing health e - ter- nal And im - mor-tal - i - ty. Oh! 
Withpow- er and with cleansing. Till thou hast made me whole. Oh! 
From all that can de - file me. From all im - pur - 1 - ty. Oh! 



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And there my guilt confess; I'll call "while he is nigh;" 

I'll tell him, I'm a wretch undone For if I stay away, I know 

Without his sovereign grace. | I must forever die. 

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2. Working each day for the cause of the Sav - ior, Gather - ing 

3. Sing- ing each day to his praise and his glo-ry, Siug-iug of 

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life by his gentle commands, Sweet are the prom - - is - es 

jew - - - els for Je-sus, my King, Cheering the weak. .... and the 

Christ and his wonderful love, Telling in song un- to 

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faint-hearted ev - er, Glad that some souls to the Lord I may bring. 

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Glad that some souls to the Lord I may bring. 
Hop - ing to lead them to mansions a - hove. 



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Sav - - - - ior,To trust ev'ry day and to trust ev'ry 

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1 The cross! the cross! the blood-stained 
The hallow'd cross I see! [cross! 
Eeminding me of precious blood 
That once was shed for me. 

Cho.-O the blood! the precious blood! 
That Jesus shed for me 
Upon the cross in crimson floods 
Just now by faith I see. 



The Precious Blood. 

Kev of E. 



165 



A thousand, thousand fountains spring 
Up from the throne of God ; 

But none to me such blessings bring 
As Jesus' precious blood. 

By faith that blood now sweeps away 

My sins, as like a flood ; 
Nor lets one guilty blemish stay; 

All praise to Jesus' blood! 
J. H. Stockton A Wm. McDonald. 



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I heard it a - gain aud a - gain, YVher-ev - er my foot-steps did 

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roam; It melt - ed my heart with its pit - y - ing strain, 

sure, I thought of my Sav - ior, his cross and his love, 

way, I'm walk -ing by faith, and his prom -is - es are 

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oh, what a friend I found there! 
sol - ace and joy ev - 'ry day. 



Who can it be? Who can it be? 

Who can it be? Who can it be? 
Oil, it was thee! Oh, it was thee! 
Oh, what a friend! Oh, a\ hat a friend! 

Yes, ev-'ry day! Yes, ev-'ry day! 







Thus I was wondering, Who can it 
Thus I was wondering, Who can it 
Sav - ior of men, oh, my Jesus, 'twas 
Sav - ior of men thou hast been unto 
Je - sus of Naz- a- reth lighteth my 



be Ten-der-ly calling to me? 
be Ten-der-ly calling to me? 
thee Tenderly calling to me! 
me, Savior thou'st been unto me. 
way, Jesus now lighteth my way. 



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1. I am praj'-ing, blessed Sav-ior, To be more and more like thee; 

2. I am pray-ing, blessed Sav-ior, For a faith so clear and bright 

3. I am pray-ing to be humbled By the power of grace di-vine, 

4. I am pray-ing, blessed Sav-ior, And my con-stant prayer shall be 



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I am pray-ing that thy Spir - it Like a dove may rest on me. 
That its eye will see thy glo - ry Thro' the deep - est, dark-est night. 
To be clothed up - on with meekness, And to have no w ill but thine. 
For a per-fect con - se - cra-tion, That shall make me more like thee. 



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Whisp-'ring soft - ly, ten - der - ly: "Come, oh! come to me?'' 

Press- ing on your heart the plea:"Come, ohi come to me?" 

Heed his sweet and ear - nest plea:"Come, oh! come to me." 

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Made one in Christ by ho - liest ties, In his dear love vre meet; 
Y/e hold one Lord, one cen - tral light, Our hopes, our aims are cue, 
Hum-bly in loy - al faith we bow At one Ee - deem-er"s feet; 
If bios - soms of the ear - ly spring Are doub - ly sweet and fair, 
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And all who la - bor in his cause In Christ's dear name we greet. 
As plan - ets in their de - vious flight Re- volve a - round one sun. 
Our prayers, like clouds of in - cense, rise Be - fore one mer - cy - seat. 
Our bud - ding youth to God we bring. And leave the off- ring there. 



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Christ, for the world we sing. 
The world to Christ we bring. 

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The poor and them that mourn, 
The faint and overborne, 
Sin sick and sorrow worn. 

Whom Christ doth heal. 



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I Christ for the world we sing, 
The world to Christ we bring, 

With one accord: 

With us the work to share, 

AVith us reproach to dare, 

With us the cross to bear. 

For Christ our Lord. 

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2. My na - tive coun - try, thee, Laud of the no - ble 

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1 "Christian Endeavor" bright, 
Offspring of truth and light, 

Sent from above. 
We'll stoutly strive to staud, 
For this most glorious baud — ■ 
Strong pillars of our land — 

Our fiiith and love. 

2 Our banner onward wave, 
As guiding star to save. 

Souls for our King. 
We'll do our best to light 
For all that's true and right, 
Until that day of light 

Victory bring. 

3 United Christians we 
Would praise and pray to thee, 

Our Savior, Lord. 
We'll strive at last to win. 
The mansions free from sin. 
Trusting, we'll enter in, 

To live with God. 



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(Tune, ZiON. No. 269.) 

1 To the front, ye Christian workers! 

In your blessed ]\Iaster"s name. 
Stand and nobly, bravely battle; 
Win eternal, flideless fame. 

Looking upward, 
Till your hearts are all aflame! 

2 To the front, ye Christian workers! 

See the dying everywhere; 
Cursed by sin. and bruised by Satan, 
How they need your help and care! 

Lifting upward, 
In their rescue have a share. 

3 To the front, ye Christian workers! 

God has much for you to do; 
Hear his calls, and do his bidding. 
Prove yourselves his servants true; 

I^ok up, lift up, 
Till the crown is given you ! 
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2. O-ver tbe roll-intj; sea, 

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INIa-uy the voic-es ap-peal-ing to me; 

Mill-ions are per- ish- lug, Lord, without thee; 

There is a luis-sion ofmer-cy for me; 

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thy AYiU be done in | earth, as it | is in | heaven. 

2. Give us this day our | daily | bread, 1| And forgive us our trespasses, as we for- 

give I them that | trespass a- | gainst us. 

3. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver | us from | evil;!| For thine is the 

kingdom, and the power and the | glory for- | ever and | ever. i| A- | men. 



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from all sin, Will wash a - way your guilt - y stains, 

keep - ing pow'r; Temp-ta- tions come, the blood's my plea, 

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3. Wea-ry pil-grim on the road To the judgment seat of God, 
3. Cast on Je - sus all your care. And your bur-den he will bear, 



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And his blessed word re-ceive, '"Un - to you is ev-er-last-ing life!" 
He will lead you day by day ! "Un - to you is ev-er-last-iug life!" 



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1. I can bear my Sav-ior call-ing, 

2. Tho' the waj^ be dark and dreary, 

3. Je - sus, ev - er go be - fore me, 

4. Thro' the val-ley safe - ly lead me, 

5. In thy heart's af-fec-tion hold me, 

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In the teud'rest ac-cents call-ing; 
Tho' my feet be worn and wea-ry, 
Shin-ing heaven's sunlight o'er me, 
Heav'nly man-na dai - ly feed me; 

In thy arms of love en-fold me. 



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Faithful I will be forever; 
Help me in my weak endeavor 
Thee to follow, follow all the way. 

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7 Thro' death's dark and gloomy portal, 
Leaving there this body mortal. 
Into yonder home immortal 
I will follow, follow all the way. 



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there is joy; When he dwells se- cure on the oth - er sidid, 

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2. He pleads by the anguish he suffer'd for thee, By nail-prints'that bound him to 

3. Why wander a-way iu the darkness a-far? You've only to knock, for the 



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2. Too long and far from Christ I. strayed, But he for-sook me uev - er; 

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And I am his forever! 

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"I am the Lord's forever!" 
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Sly heart from Christ can sever. 



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2. To the Sav-ior all may come, Pass the word a-long; All the wan-der - 

3. Without money you can buy. Pass the word a-long; Wiue aud milk that 

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From this our day of rest. 
We reach the rest remaining 

To spirits of the blest; 
To Holy Ghost be praises, 

To Father, and to Son ; 
The Church her voice upraises 

To thee, blest Three in One. 



2 To-day on weary nations 

The heavenly manna falls; 
To holy convocations 

The silver trumpet calls. 
Where gospel light is glowing 

With pure and radiant beams, 
And living water flowing 

With soul-refreshing streams. 



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1 Oh, for a closer walk with God, 

A calm and heavenly frame; 

A light to shine upon the road 

That leads me to the Lamb. 

2 The dearest idol I have known, 

Whate'er that idol be, 
Help me to tear it from thy throne, 
And worship only thee. 



3 Return, O holy Dove, return, 

SvFeet messenger of rest! 
I hate the sins that made thee mourn, 
And drove thee from my breast. 

4 So shall my walk be close with God, 

Calm and serene my frame; 
So purer light shall mark the road 
That leads me to the Lamb. 
9 Wm. Cowpbb. 



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Into every troubled breast! 
Let lis all in thee inherit. 

Let us find that second rest. 
Take away our bent to sinning; 

Alpha and Omega be; 
End of faith, as its beginning, 

Set our hearts at liberty. 



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Pure and spotless let us be; 
Let us see thy great salvation, 

Perfectly restored in thee: 
Changed from glory into glory, 

Till in heaven we take our place, 
Till we cast our crowns before thee, 

Lost in wonder, love, and praise. 



1 OQ Evils of Intemperance. 

(Tune, Boylston. No. 232.) 

1 Mourn for the thousands slain, 
The youthful and the strong; 

Mourn for the wine-cup's fearful leign, 
And the deluded throng. 

2 Mourn for the lost, — but call. 
Call to the strong, the free; 

Eouse them to shun that dreadful fall. 
And to the refuge flee. 

3 Mourn for the lost, — but pray, 
Pray to our God above, 

To break the fell destroyer's sway. 
And show his saving love. 



200 What Ruin! 

(Tune, Azmon. No. 210.) 

1 What ruin hath intemperance wro't! 
How widely roll its waves! 

How many myriads hath it brought 
To fill dishonored graves! 

2 Stretch forth thy hand, O God, our 
And break the galling chain; [King, 

Deliverance to the captive bring, 
And end the usurper's reign. 

3 The cause of temperance is thine own; 
Our plans and efforts bless; 

We trust, O Lord, in thee alone 
To crown them with success. 



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1 Am I a soldier of the cross, — 

A follower of the Lamb, — 
And shall I fear to own his cause, 
Or blush to speak his name? 

2 Are there no foes for me to flice? 

Must I not stem the flood? 
Is this vile world a friend to grace. 

To help me on to God? 
8 Sure I must fight if I would reign; 

Increase my courage. Lord! 
I'll bear the toil, endure the pain, 

Supported by thy word. 



203 



Awake, My Soul. 



Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve, 

And press with vigor on; 
A heavenly race demands thj' zeal, 

And an immortal crown. 
A cloud of witnesses around 

Hold thee in full survey; 
Forget the steps already trod, 

And onwarcf urge thy way. 
Blest Savior, introduced by thee, 

Have I my race beguu; 
And, crowned Avith victory, at thy feet 

I'll lay my honor.s down. 
184 Philip Docdbidsb. 



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While western empires own their Lord, And savage trihes at -tend his word. 

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And endless praises crown his head; 
His name like sweet perfume shall rise 
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Dwell on his love with sweetest song, 
And infant voices shall proclaim 
Their early blessings on his name. 



205 O C^ou in T27^o0e Cpreaence^ 

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1. 6 thou in whose presence my soul takes delight, On whom in aiSiction I call, 

2. Where dost thou,dear shepherd,resort with thy sheep, To feed them in pastures of love? 

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rejoice, | thy call,- 

And myriads wait for his word; i I know ^he sweet sound of thy voice; 

Bespeaks! and eternity, filled with his Restore and defend me, for thou art my all, 

Ee-echoes the praise of the Lord, [voice, I And in thee I will ever rejoice, 

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\ Weep o'er the err-ing oue, Lift up the I'all - en, Tell them of Je - sus, tue 
Tho' they are slighting Him; Still He is wait-ing, Waiting the pen - i-tent 
Plead with them earnestly, Plead with them gently ; He will forgive if they 

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By permissioa of W. H. Doaae. 

3 Down in the human heart, 
Crushed by the tempter, [store; 

Feelings lie buried that grace can re- 
Touched by a loving heart, 
Wakened by kindness, [once more. 

Cliords that Avere broken Avill vibrate 

4 Rescue the perishing, 

Duty demands it; [provide: 

Strength for thy labor the Lord will 

Back to the narrow way 

Patiently win them; 
Tell the poor wanderer a Savior has died. 

9A7 Shall We Gather at the Riverl 
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1 Shall we gather at the river 

Where bright angel feet have trod? 
With its crystal tide forever 
Flowing by the throne of God. 
Cho. — Yes, we'll gather at the river, 
The beautiful, the beautiful river — 
Gather with the saints at the river, 
That flows by the throne of God. 

2 On the margin of the river, 

Washing up its silver spray^ 



We will walk and worship ever, 
All the happy golden day. 

3 Ere we reach the shining river, 

Lay we every burden down; 
Grace our spirits will deliver, 
And provide a robe and crown. 

4 At the smiling of the river. 

Mirror of the Savior's face. 
Saints whom death will never sever, 
Lift their songs of saving grace. 

5 Soon we'll reach the silver river, 

Soon our pilgrimage will cease; 
Soon our happy hearts will quiver, 
With the melody of peace. 

Rev. ROBEKT LOWKY. 
By permission. 

Sing We to our God. 

(Tune, Pleyel's Hymn. No. 221.) 

Sing we to our God above, 
Praise eternal as his love; 
Praise him, all ye heavenly host. 
Father, Son and Holy Ghost. 

Charles Wbslkt. 



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2. My dy - ing Sav - ior and my God, Fountain for guilt and sin, Sprink- 

3. Wash me and make me thus thine own, Wash me and mine thou art : Wash 

4. Th' a-touement of thy blood ap - ply, Till faith to sight improve; Till 

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1 O, for a heart to praise my God, 
A heart from sin set free! 

A heart that always feels thy blood 
So freely spilt for mel 

2 A heart resigned, submissive, meek, 
My great Redeemer's throne; 

Where only Christ is heard to .speak. 
Where Jesus reigns alone. 

3 A heart in everj' thought renewed. 
And full of love divine; 

Perfect, and riglit, and pure, and good 
A copy. Lord, of thine. 

4 Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart; 
Come quickly from above; 

Write thy new name upon my heart, 
Thy new, best name of Love. 



211 The Joyful Sound. 

1 Salvation! Oh, the joyful sound! 
What pleasure to our ears; 

A sovereign balm for every -wound, 
A cordial for our fears. 

2 Salvation! let the echo fly 
The spacious earth around, 

While all the armies of the sky 
Conspire to raise the sound. 

3 Salvation! O thou bleeding Lamb! 
To thee the praise belongs; 

Salvation shall inspire our hearts, 
And dwell upon our tongues. 

Isaac WaTTS. 
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3 His name dispels my guilt and fear, 
No other name but Jesus: 
Oh! how my soul delights to hear 
The charming name of Jesus. 



1 4 And when to that bright world above 
I We rise to see our Jesus, 

We'll sing around the tlnone of love, 
' The name, the name of Jesus. 



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Pil-grims in a des - ert land. 

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When the storms are rag- ing sore, Hearts grow faint, and hopes give o'er. 
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Let earth receive her King; 

Let every heart prepare him room, 
And heaven and nature sing. 

2 Joy to the Avorld! the Savior reigns; 
Let men their songs employ* 

While fields and floods, rocks, hills and 
Eepeat the sounding joy. [plains, 

3 He rules the world with truth and 

grace. 
And makes the nations prove 
The glories of his righteousness, 
And wonders of his love. 

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1 O for a thousand tongues, to sing 
My great Eedeemer's praise; 

The glories of my God and King, 
The triumphs of his grace! 

2 Jesus! the name that charms our fears. 
That bids our sorrows cease; 

'Tis music in the sinner's ears, 
'Tis life, and health, and peace. 

3 He breaks the power of canceled sin. 
He sets the prisoner free; 

His blood can make the foulest clean; 
His blood availed for me. 



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Depth of Mercy. 

Tune: Pleyel's Hymn, opposite page. 

1 Depth of mercy! can there be 
Mercy still reserved for rae? 

Can my God his wrath forbear, — 
Me, the chief of sinners, spare? 

2 I have long withstood his grace; 
Long provoked him to his fiice; 
Would not hearken to his calls; 
Grieved him by a thousand falls. 

3 Now incline me to repent; 
Let me now my sins lament; 
Now my foul revolt deplore, 
Weep, believe, and sin no more. 

4 There for me the Savior stands, 
Shows his wounds and spreads his 
God is love! I know, I feel; [hands; 
Jesus weeps, and'loves me still. 

Charles Wesley 



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1 Holy Bible, book divine, 
Precious treasure, thou art mine; 
Mine, to tell me whence I came; 
Mine to teach me what I am. 

2 Mine, to chide me M'hen I roAe; 
Mine, to show a Savior's love; 
Mine art thou to guide my feet; 
Mine to judge, condemn, acquit. 

3 Mine to comfort in distress, 
If the Holy Spirit bless; 
Mine, to show by living faith 
Man can triumph over death. 

4 Mine to tell of joys to come. 
And the rebel sinner's doom; 
Oh, thou holy book divine, 
Precious treasure, thou art mine. 

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1 Haste, O sinner, uow be wise; 
Stay not for the morroAv's sun; 

Wisdom if you still despise 
Harder is it to be won. 

2 Haste, and mercy uow implore; 
Stay not for the morrow's sun. 

Lest thy season .should be o'er 
E'er this evening's stage be run. 

3 Haste, O sinner, now return, 
Stay not for the morrow's sun, 

Lest thy lami^ should cease to burn 
Ere salvation's work is done. 



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1 Sinners, turn, why will ye die? 
God, j-our Maker, asks you why; 
God, who did your being give, 
JIade you with himself to live. 

2 Sinners, turn, why will ye die? 
God, your Savior, asks you why; 
Will ye not in him believe? 
He has died that ye might live. 

3 Sinners, turn. Avhy will ye die? 
God, the Spirit, asks you why; 
Often with you has he strove. 
Wooed you to embrac3 his love. 

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2 The dying thief rejoiced to see 

That fountain in his day; 
And there may I, though vile as he, 
Wash all my sins away. 

3 Ere since, by faith, I saw the stream 

Thy flowing wounds supply, 

224 

Charles Wesley, 



Eedeeming love has been my theme, 

And shall be, till I die. 
4 Then in a nobler, sweeter song, 

I'll sing thy power to save. 
When this poor, lisping, stamm'ring 

Lies silent in the grave. [tongue 



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1. Fa - ther, I stretch my hands to thee, No oth - er help I know; 

2. What did thine on- ly Son en -dure, Be -fore I drew my breath; 
Cho. — I do be-lieve, I now be - lieve, That Je-susdied for me, 




If thou with-draw thy-self from me, 
What pain, what la - bor to se-cure 
And thro' his blood, his pre-cious blood, 



Ah, whither shall I go? 
My soul from end - less death! 
I shall from sin be free. 



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My weary, longing eyes; 
O let me now receive that gift! 
My soul without it dies. 



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225 

Rev. John Fawcett. 



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2. Be - fore our Fa - ther's throne We pour our ar - dent prav'rs; 

3. When we a - sun - der part It gives us in - ward pain, ' 

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1 O Spirit of the living God, 

In all thy plenitude of grace, 
Where'er the foot of man hath trod, 
Descend on our apostate race. 

2 Give tongues of fire and hearts of love, 

To preach the reconciling word; 
Give power and unction from above, 
Where'er the joyful sound is heard. 

3 Be darkness, at thy coming, light; 

Confusion, order in thy path; 
Souls without strength, inspire with 
might; 
Bid mercy triumph over wrath. 

4 Baptize the nations; far and nigh 

The triumphs of the cross record; 
The name of Jesns glorify. 

Till every kindred call him Lord. 



193 



Come, Holy Spirit. 

1 Come, Holy Spirit, raise our songs 
To reach the wonders of that day, 

When, with thy fiery, cloven tongues 
Thou didst such glorious scenes display. 

2 Lord, we believe to us and ours. 
The apostolic promise given; 

We wait the peutecostal powers. 

The Holj^ Ghost sent down from heaven, 

3 Assembled here with one accord. 
Calmly we wait the promised grace, 

The purchase of our dying Lord; 

Come, Holy Ghost, and fill the place. 

4 If every one that asks, may find, 
If still thou dost on sinners fall, 

Come as a mighty, rushing wind; 
Great grace be now upon us all. 

Charles Weslet. 



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2. Ho-ly, ho-ly, 

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sin - ful man thy glo - ry may not see; 

praise thy name,in earth, and sky, and sea; 

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Cher-u-bim and seraphim 

On-ly thou art ho - ly! 

Ho-ly, ho-ly, ho - ly. 




mer- ci-ful and might-y, God in Three Per-sons, blessed Trin-i - ty! 
fall-ingdown be-fore thee. Which wert, and art, and evermore shalt be. 
there is none be-side thee, Per-fect in power, in love, and pur-i - ty. 
mer- ci-ful and might-y, God in Three Per-sons, blessed Trin-i - ty! 



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1 Lord, God, the Holy Ghost! 
In this accepted hour. 

As on the day of Pentecost, 
Descend in all thy power. 

2 We meet with one accord 
In our appointed place, 

And wait the promise of our Lord, — 
The Spirit of all grace. 

3 Like mighty, rushing wind 
Upon the waves beneath, 

Move with one impulse every mind ; 
One soul, one feeling breathe. 

4 The young, the old, inspire 
With wisdom from aboye; 

And give us hearts and tongues of fire. 
To pray, and praise, and love. 

J, Montgomery. 



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£iij\J Tune: Botlston, opposite page. 

1 O blessed Paraclete, 

Assert thine inward sway; 
My body make th.e temple meet, 
For thy perpetual stay. 

2 Too long this house of thine 

By alien loves possessed. 
Has shut from thee its inner shrine, 
Kept thee a slighted guest. 

3 Now rend, O Spirit blest. 

The veil of my poor heart; 
Enter thy long forbidden rest. 
And nevermore depart. 

4 Oh, to be filled with thee! 

I ask not aught beside; 
For all unholy guests must flee, 
If thou in me abide, 

A. J. Gordon, by per. 



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2. Fare - well, ye dreams of night, Je-sus is mine! Lost in this 

3. Fare -well, mor-tal- i - ty, Je-sus is mine! Wei - come, e- 



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Dark is the wil-der-ness. 
All that my soul has tried 
Wei - come, O loved and blest. 



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Left but a dismal void, Je - sus has sat - is - fied, Je-sus is mine! 

Welcome,sweet scenes of rest, Welcome, my Savior's breast, Je - sus is mine' 




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232 



Charles Wesley. 



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1 A charge to keep I have; 

A God to glorify: 
A never-dying soul to save, 
And fit it for the sky. 

2 To serve the present age, 

My calling to fulfil, 
O may it all my powers engage 
To do my Master's will. 

3 Help me to watch and pray. 

And on thyself rely; 
Assnred if I my trust betray, 
I shall forever die. 



233 Can I yet Delay? 

1 And can I yet delav 

My little all to give? 
To tear my soul from earth away, 
For Jesus to recei\e ? 

2 Nay, but I yield, I yield! 

I can hold out no more: 
I sink by dying love compell'd, 
And own the conqueror! 

3 Come, and possess me whole, 

Nor hence again remove: 
Settle and fix my wavering soul 
I With aU thy weight of love. 

195 Charles Weslbt. 



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Rev. J. H. Stockton. 



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1. Je - sus, my Lord, to thee I cry, Unless thou help me, I must die; 

2. Help-less I am, and full of guilt. But yet for me thy blood was spilt, 

3. If thou hast work for me to do, Inspire my will, my heart re - new, 
<. And when at last the work is done. The bat-tie o'er, the vie -fry won. 






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And thou canst make me what thou wilt. 
And work both in and by me too. 
Still, still my cry shall be a - lone. 



And take me 
But take me 
But take me 
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1 Just as I am without one plea. 
But that thy blood was shed for me. 
And that thou bid'st me come to thee, 
O Lamb of God, I come^ I come! 

2 Just as I am, and waiting iiot 

To rid my soul of one dark blot, [.spot, 
To thee whose blood can cleanse each 
O Lamb of God, I come, I come! 



3 Just as I am, thou wilt recei\e, 
AVilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve, 
Because thy promise I believe; 

O Lamb of God, I come, I come. 

4 Just as I am, thy love unknown. 
Has broken e-.-ery barrier down ; 
Now to be thine, yea, thine alone, 
O Lamb of God, I come! 



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1 My faith looks up to tbee, 
Thou Lamlj of Calvar^y ; 

Savior divine, 
Now hear nie T\hile I pray, 
Take all my sins away; 
Oh, let me from this day. 

Be wholly thine. 

2 May thy rich grace impart 
Strength to my fainting heart, 

]My zeal inspire: 
As thou hast died for me, 
Oh, may my love to thee 
Pure, warm, and changeless be, 

A living tire. 



3 When ends life's transient dream, 
When death's cold, sullen stream 

Shall o'er me roll, 
Blest SaAior, tlien, in lovr 
Fear and distress remo\f 
Oh, bear me safe above, 

A ransomed soul! 
237 Come, Holy Ghost. 

1 Come, Holy Ghost, in love, 
Shed on us from above 

Thine own bright ray! 
Divinel}' good thou art; 
Thy sacred gifts impart 
To gladden each sad heart: 

Oh, come to-day! 



2 Come, tenderest Friend, and best; 
Our most delightful Guest, 

With soothing power: 
Rest, which the weary know. 
Shade, 'mid the noontide glow, 
Peace, when deep griefs o'erflow, 
Cheer us this hour! 
RoBEKT II, King of France. Tr. by R. Palmer. 

238 (B^forpin^ in t^t €xoeB. 



Isaac Watts. 



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3 See, from his head, his hands, his feet, ! 4 Were the whole realm of nature mine, 



Sorrow and love flow mingled down; 
Did e'er such love and sorrow meet, 
Or thorns compose so rich a crown? 



That were a present far too small : 
Love so amazing, so divine, 
Demands my soul, my life, my all. 



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What can wash a - way my sin? Noth-ing but the blood of Je-sus; 

^' } What can make me whole a - gain? Noth-ing but the blood of Je-sus. 

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

"■ (For my cleansing, this my plea, — Noth-ing but the blood of Je-sus. 

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•"* Nothing can for sin atone, 
Nothing but the blood of Jesus; 
Naught of good that I have done, 
Nothing but the blood of Jesus, 



4 This is all my hope and peace — 
Nothing but the blood of Jesus; 
This is all my righteousness — 
Nothing but the blood of Jesus. 



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Save from wrath and make me jjure. 
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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 draw this fleeting breath. 
When ray 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. 
198 



241 

Chaules Wksle 



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Died he for me, who caused his pain? For me, who him to death pursued? 



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So free, so infinite his grace! — 
Emptied himself of all but love, 

And bled for Adam's helpless race: 
'Tis mercy all, immense and free. 

For, O my God, it found out me! 

242 J>e ^m\ t%t 5rimb. 



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3 Long my imprisoned spirit lay. 

Fast bound in sin and nature's night; 

Thine eye diffused a quickening ray, 
I woke, the dungeon flamed with light: 

My chains fell off, my heart was free, 
I rose, went forth, and followed thee. 



Tune: Duane Street. L. M. d. 






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2 Here's love and grief beyond degree, 

The Lord of glory dies for man! 
But lo! what sndden joys we see, 

Jesns, the dead, revives again! 
The rising God forsakes the tomb; 

In vain the tomb forbids his rise; 
Cherubic legions guard him home, 

And shout him welcome to the skies. 



Oj^O Praise God, From Whom. 

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Praise God, from whom all blessings 

flow. 
Praise him, all creatures here below; 
Praise him above, ye heavenly host. 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 



199 



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1. Come, ev - -ry soul by siu oppressed,There's mercy with the Lord, And he -will surely 

2. For Je- sus shed his precious blood Rich blessings to bestow ; Plunge now into the 

3. Yes, Je-sus is the Truth, the Way, That leads you into rest; Believe in him with- 

4. Come,then,andjoiuthisholy band,Andou toglo-ry go, To dwell in that ce- 

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crimson flood That washes white as snow. Come to Je-sus, come to Je - sus, 
out de-lay, And you are ful-ly blest. Don't re-ject him, don't re-ject him 
les-tial land, Where joys immortal flow. I will trust him, I will trust him, 



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Come to Je-sus now ; 
Don't reject him now; 

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He will 
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save you, he will save you, He will save you now, 
save you, he will save you, He will save you now. 
save you, he will save you, He will save you now. 
save me, he will save me, He will save me now. 



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1 I thirst, thou wounded Lamb of God, 
To wash me in thy cleansing blood; 

To dwell within thy wounds; then 

pain 
Is sweet, and life or death is gain. 

2 Take ray poor heart, and let it be 
Forever closed to all but thee; 

Seal thou my breast, and let me wear 
That pledge of love forever there. 



3 How blest are they who still abide, 
Close sheltered in thy bleeding side! 
Who thence their life and strength de- 
rive. 

And by thee move, and in thee live. 

4 Hence our hearts melt, our eyes o'ei- 

flow, 
Our words are lost, nor will we know 
Nor will we think of aught beside; 
"My Lord, my Love is crucified." 

N. L. ZiNZENDORP. Tr. by J. Weslet. 



246 

Samuel Davis 



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With fall consent thine I would be, And own thy sov 

247 



reign right in me. 



2 Thine would I live, thine would I die, 
Be thine through all eternity; 
The vow is past beyond repeal, 

And now I set the solemn seal. 

3 Here, at the cross where flows the blood 
That bought my guilty soul for God, 
Thee, my new Master, now I call, 
And consecrate to thee my all 



248 

Charles Wesley. 



Praise God, From Whom. 

Tuue .ibove. 



Praise God, from whom all blessings 

flow, 
Praise him, all creatures here below; 
Praise him above, ye heavenly host, 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 



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Arise, my soul, arise; 

Shake oflt' thy guilty fears; 
The bleeding Sacrifice 

In my behalf appears: 
: Before the throne my Surety stands;:! 
My name is written on his hands. 
He ever lives above, 

For me to intercede, 
His all redeeming love, 

His precious blood to plead; 
;His blood atoned for all our race, :|| 
And sprinkles now the throne of grace, 
To God I'm reconciled; 

His pardoning voice I hear; 
He owns me for his child ; 

I can no longer fear; 
:With confidence I now draw nigh, :|i 

And Father, Abba, Father, cry 



Blow Ye the Trumpet. 

r Blow ye the trumpet, blow, 
The gladly solemn sound; 
Let all the nations know, 
To earth's remotest bound, 
II : The year of jubilee is come; :|| 
Return, ye ransomed sinners, home. 

2 Jesus, our great High Priest, 

Hath full atonement made; 
Ye weary spirits, rest; 

Ye mournful .souls, be glad ; 
!| : The year of jubilee is come; :|| 
Keturn, ye ransomed sinners, home. 

3 Extol the Lamb of God,— 

The all-atoning Lamb; 
Pedemption in his l)lood 

Throughout the Avorld proclaim; 
II : The year of jubilee is come; !| 
Return, ye ransomed sinners, home. 



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Refining fire, go through my heart; 

Illuminate my soul; 
Scatter thy life through every part, 

And sanctify the whole. 

My steadfast soul, from falling free, 
Shall then no longer move, 

"While Christ is all the world to me, 
And all my heart is love. 



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2d Cho.- I can, I will, I do be-lieve, I can, I will, I do 



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George Keith. 



Tune: Poktuguese Hymn. 







1 How firm a foundation, ye saints of 

the Lord! 
Is laid for your faith in his excellent 

■word. 
"What more can he say, than to you 

he hath said, — 
To you, who for refuge to Jesus have 

fled? 

2 "Fear not, I am with thee, oh, he not 

dismayed, 
For I am thy God, I will still give 

thee aid; 
I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and 

cause thee to stand, 
Ul)held by my gracious, omnipotent 

hand. 

3 "The soul that on Jesus hath leaned" 

' for repose, 
I will not — I will not desert to his 

foes; 
That soul— though all hell should 

endeavor to shake, 
I'll never — no never — no never for- 
sake. ' ' 
OKQ Sweet Hour of Prayer, 

1 Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of 

prayer! 
That calls me from a world of care, 
And bids me at my Father's throne, 
Make all my wants and wishes known; 
In seasons of distress and grief, 
My soul has often found relief; 
And oft escaped the tempter's snare, 
By thy return, sweet hour of prayer. 

2 Sweet hour of prayer! sweet hour of 

prayer! 
Thy wings shall my petitions bear 
To him whose truth and faithfulness 
Engage the waiting soul to bless; 
And since lie 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. 
W. W. Walford. 



OKyf Oh, Turn Ye. 

^O^ Tune above. 

1 Oh, turn ye, oh, turn ye, for why will 

ye die. 
When God, in great mercy, is coming 

so nigb? 
Now Jesus invites you, the Spirit 

says, come. 
And angels are waiting to welcome 

you home. 

2 In riches, in jjleasure, what can you 

obtain. 

To soothe your affliction, or banish 
your pain? 

To bear up your spirit, when sum- 
moned to die. 

Or waft you to mansions of glory on 
high? 

3 And now Christ is ready your souls 

to receive. 
Oh, how cau you question if you will 

believe? 
If sin is your burden, why will you 

not come? 
'Tia you he bids welcome; he bids 

you come home. 

J. Hopkins. 

OKK Work, for the Night is Coming. 
Zi*J*J Key of F. 

1 Work, for the night is coming. 

Work through the morning hours; 
Work while the dew is sparkling. 

Work 'mid springing flow'rs; 
Work, when the day grows brighter, 

Work in the glowing sun; 
Work, for the night is coming. 

When man's work is done. 

2 Work, for the night is coming. 

Work through the sunny noon; 
Fill brightest hours with labor. 

Rest comes sure and soon; 
Give every flying minute, 

Something to keep in store; 
Work, for the night is coming. 

When man works no more. 

Annie L. Walker. 



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1 Jesus, Lover of my soul, 

Let me to thy bosom fly. 
While the nearer waters roll. 

While the tempest still is high. 
Hide me, oh, my Savior, hide. 

Till the storm of life he past; 
Safe into the haven guide. 

Oh, receive my soul at last. 

2 Other refuge have I none. 

Hangs my helpless soul on thee, 
Leave, ah, leave me not alone. 
Still support and comfort me. 



All my trust on thee is stayed, 
All my help from thee I bring; 

Cover my defenseless head 
With the shadow of thy wing. 

3 Plenteous grace with thee is found- 
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. 



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1 Come, Thou Fount of every blessing 
Tune my heart to sing thy grace; 

Streams of mercy, never ceasing, 
Call for songs of loudest praise. 

Teach me some melodious sonnet, 
Sung by flaming tongues above; 

Praise the mount — I'm fixed upon it- 
Mount of thy redeeming love. 

2 Here I'll raise mine 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, 

AVandering from the fold of God; 
He, to rescue me from danger. 

Interposed his precious blood. 



9 KQ I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord. 
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1 I love thy kingdom, Lord, 

The hou.se of thine abode. 
The Church our blest Redeemer saved 
"With his own precious blood. 

2 I love thy Church, O C4od! 

Her walls before thee stand, 
Dear as the apple of thine eye, 
And graven on thy hand. 

3 Beyond my highest joy 

1 prize her heavenly ways. 
Her sweet communion, solemn vows, 
Her hymns of love and praise. 

4 Sure as thy truth shall last, 

To Zion shall be given 
The brightest glories earth can j'ield, 
And brighter bliss of heaven. 



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TlMOTDT DWIGHT. 



Tune: Laban. S. M. 




1 Soldiers of Christ, arise, 
And put your armor on. 

Strong in tlie strength which God 
Through his eternal Son. [supplies 

2 Strong in the Lord of hosts. 
And in his mighty power, 

Who in the strength of Jesus trusts 
Is more thau conqueror. 

3 Stand, then, in his great might, 
With all his strength endued; 

And take, to arm you for the fight, 
The panoply of God: 

4 Till, having all things done, 
And all your conflicts passed. 

You may o'ercome through Christ alone. 
And stand entire at last. 



2() 1 My Soul, be on Thy Guard. 
1 My soul, be on thy guard, 

Ten thousand foes arise, 
And hosts of sin are pressing hard 

To draw thee from the skies. 



2 Oh, watch, and fight, and pray, 
The battle ne'er give o'er, 

Eenew it boldly every day. 
And heljj divine imiilore. 

3 Ne'er think the victory won, 
Nor once at ease sit down ; 

Thine arduous work will not be done 
Till thou hast got the crown. 

1 Fight on, my soul, till death 
Shall bring thee to thy God: 
He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, 
LTp to his blest abode. 

Geokge Heath. 
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Is there trouble anywhere? 
We should never be discouraged, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Can vre find a friend so faithful, 

Who will all our sorrows share? 
Jesus knows our eveiy 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 arras he'll take and shield thee. 

Thou wilt find a solace there- 



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1 Oh, now I see the cleansing wave! 

The fountain deep and wide; 
Jesus, my Lord, mighty to save, 

Points to his w^ounded side. 
Cho. — ^The cleansing stream, I see, I see, 

I plunge, and oh, it cleanseth me! 
Oh, praise the LoixJ! it cleanseth me! 

It cleanseth me — yes, cleanseth me. 



2 I rise to walk in heaven's own light, 
Above the world of sin, [white, 

With heart made pure and garments 
And Christ enthroned within. 

3 Amazing grace! 'tis heaven below 
To feel the blood applied; 

And Jesus, only Jesus, know, 
My Jesus crucified. 



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1 Stand lip, stand up for Jesus, 

Ye soldiers of the cross; 

Lift high his royal banner, 

It must not sufler loss: 



265 



^ The Morning Light is Breaking. 

1 The morning light is breaking; 

The darkness disappears; 
The sons of earth are -svaking 

To penitential tears; 
Each breeze that sweeps the ocean 

Brings tidings from afar. 
Of nations in commotion, 

Prepared for Zion's war. 

2 Blest river of salvation. 

Pursue thine onward way; 
Flow thou to every nation. 

Nor in thy richness stay: 
Stay not till all the lowly 

Triumphant reach their home: 
Stay not till all the holy 

Proclaim, "The Lord is come! " 
S. F. Smith. 



From victory unto A-ictory 
His armj^ shall he lead. 

Till every foe is vanquished 
And Christ is Lord indeed. 

2 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. 

2()g Yonth With Hearts Aspiring. 

1 O youth with hearts aspiring. 

What \isions greet your eye! 
AVhat fields for noble conquest! 

"What growth and victory ! 
How high your heavenly calling— 

The Christ-like life to win. 
The prize of holy manhood. 

The overthrow of sin! 

2 O youth with hearts aspiring, 

Embrace your heavenly call; 
Your standard is perfection. 

Your Christ the Lord of all. 
Win others to his standard. 

Enlarge the youthful throng, 
Till all the earth, in Jesus, 

Can sing redemption's song. 

Rev. DwiGHT. M. Pratt. 



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Samuel Francis Smith. 

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To-tlay the Savior calls; 

Ye wand'rers, come; 
O ye benighted souls, 

SMiy longer roam? 
To-day the Savior calls; 

Oh. hear him now; 
Within these sacred walls 

To Jesus bow. 



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3 To-day the Saviour calls; 

For refuge fly ; 
The storm of justice falls, 
And death is nigh. 

4 The Spirit calls to-day; 

Yield to his power. 
Oh, grieve him not away, 
'Tis mercy's hour. 



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Who has sho-wn us our Savior and scattered our night. 

3 All glory and praise to the Laml) that was slain, 

Who has borne all our sins, and has cleansed every stain. 

4 Revive us again; fill each heart with thy love; 
May each soul be rekindled with fire from above. 

269 (Butbe me^ &uai ^e^ot^af. 

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1 Guide me, O thou great Jehovah, 
Pilgrim through this barren land: 

1 am weak, but thou art mighty; 

Hold me with thy powerful baud: 

Bread of heaven. 
Feed me till I want no more. 

2 Open now the crystal fountain, 
Whence the healing waters flow ; 

Let the fiery, cloudy pillar. 

Lead me all my journey through: 

Strong Deliverer, 
Be thou still my strength and shield. 



3 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside; 

Bear me through the swelling current; 
Land me safe on Canaan's side: 

Songs of praises 
I will ever give to Thee. 

270 Welcome, Dear Kedeemer. 

1 Welcome, welcome, dear Redeemer, 

Welcome to this heart of mine; 
Lord, I make a full surrender, 

Every pov.er and thought be thine; 

Thine entirely, 
Through eternal ages thine. 

2 Kno^^^l to all to be thy mansion. 

Earth and hell will disappear; 
Or in vain attempt possession, 
When they find the Lord is near; 

Shout, O Zion! 
Shout, ye saints! the Lord is here, 



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More Love to, Thee. 

Key of Db 



1 Awake, my soul, in joyful lays, 
And slug thy great Redeemer's praise 
He justly claims a song from me; 
His loving kindness, oh, how free! 

2 He saw me ruined by the fall, 
Yet loved me, notwithstanding all; 
He saved me from my lost estate: 
His loving kindness, oh, how great! 

272 

1 More love to Thee, O Christ! 

More love to thee! 
Hear thou the prayer I make 

On bended knee; 
This is my earnest plea, — 
More love, O Christ, to thee, 

More love to thee! 

2 Once earthly joy I craved, 

Sought peace and rest; 
Now thee alone I seek, 

Give what is best: 
This all my prayer shall be,— 
More love, O Christ, to thee. 

More love to thee! 

3 Let sorrow do its work, 

Send grief and pain; 
Sweet are thy messengers, 

Sweet their refrain. 
When they can sing with me. 
More love, O Christ, to thee, 

More love to thee! 

4 Then shall my latest breath 

Wliisper thy praise; 
This be the parting cry 

My heart shall raise, — 
This still its prayer shall be.- 
More love, O Christ, to thee, 

More love to thee! 

E- P. Prentice. 



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3 Though mighty hosts of cruel foes, 
Though earth and hell my way oppose, 
He safely leads my soul along; 

His loving kindness, oh, how strong! 

4 So when I pass death's gloomy vale, 
And all my mortal powers must fail, 
Oh, may my last, expiring breath 
His loving kindness sing in death. 

070 Nearer, my God, to Thee. 
Z 4 O \ 7 Key of G. 

1 Nearer, my God, to thee. 

Nearer to thee! 
E'en thou it be a cross 

That raiseth me; 
Still all my song shall be — 
Nearer, my God, to thee! 

Nearer to thee. 

2 Though like a wanderer. 

The sun gone down ; 
Darkness be over me, 

My rest a stone; 
Yet in my dreams I'd be — 
Nearer, my God, to thee! 

Nearer to thee! 

3 There let the way appear. 

Steps unto heaven: 
All that thou sendest me. 

In mercy given; 
Angels to beckon me — 
Nearer, my God to thee! 

Nearer to thee! 

4 Or, if on joyful wing, 

Cleaving the sky, 
Sun, moon, and stars forgot, 

Upward I fly. 
Still all my song shall be — 
Nearer, my God, to thee! 

Nearer to thee! 

Sarah F. Adams, 



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1. My hody, soul, and spirit, Je-sus, I give to thee, A con - se-crat-ed 

2. O Je-sus, mighty Savior, I trust in thy great name, I look for thy sal- 

3. Ob, let the fire, descending Just now upon my soul. Consume my liumble 

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1 Take the name of Jesus with you, 
Child of sorrow and of woe; 

It will joy and comfort give yoir, 
Take it, then, Avhere'er you go. 

Cho. — Precious name, O how sweet, 

Hope of earth and joy of heaven; 
Precious name, O how sweet, 
Hope of earth and joy of heaven; 

2 Take the name of Jesus ever, 
As a shield from every snare; 

If temptations round you gather, 
Breathe that holy name in prayer. 

3 Oh! the precious name of Jesns; 
How it thrills our souls with joy, 
When his loving arms receive us, 

And his songs our tongues employ. 

4 At the name of Jesus bowing. 
Falling prostrate at his feet. 

King of kings in heav'n we'll crown him, 
When our journey is complete. 



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275 He Leadeth Me. Key, D. 

1 He leadeth me! oh! blessed thought. 
Oh! words with hea^•enly comfort fraught; 
Whate'er I do, where'er I be. 

Still 'tis God'ahaud that leadeth me. 

Ref. — He leadeth me! he leadeth me! 
By his own hand he leadeth me ; 
His faithful follower I Avould be. 
For by his hand he leadeth me. 

2 Sometimes 'mid scenes of deepest gloom, 
Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, 
By waters still, o'er troubled sea, 

Still 'tis his hand that leadeth me. 

3 Lord, I would clasp thy hand in mine. 
Nor ever mummur nor repine — 
Content, whatever lot I see — 

Since 'tis my God that leadeth me. 

4 And when my task on earth is done, 
"When, by thy grace the victory's -won. 
E'en death's cold Avave I will not flee, 
Since God through Jordan leadeth me. 



J M. GiLMOKE. 



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1 Oh, could I speak the matchless worth, 
Oh, could I sound the glories forth 

Which in my Savior shine, 
I'd soar and touch the heavenly strings. 
And vie with Gabriel while he sings, 

||:In notes almost divine. : || 

2 I'd sing the precious blood he spilt. 
My ransom from the dreadful guilt, 

Of sin and wrath divine! 
I'd sing his glorious righteousness, 
In which all perfect heavenly dress 

||;My soul shall ever shine. :|| 

3 Well — the delightful day will come. 
When my dear Lord will bring me home, 

And I shall see his face: 
Then with my Savior, Brother, Friend, 
A blest eternity I'll spend, 

II : Triumphant in his grace. :II 

OyO I Believe Jesus Saves. 
^ I O Tune: Sweet Bye and Bye. 
Key of G. 

1 I am coming to Jesus for rest. 

Rest, such as the purified koow; 
My soul is athlrst to be blest. 

To be washed and made whiter than 
snow. 

Chorus. 
I believe Jesus saves. 
And his blood washes whiter than snow, 

1 believe Jesus saves, 

And his blood washes whiter than snow. 

2 In coming, my sin I deplore. 
My weakness and poverty show; 

I long to be saved evermore, 
To be washed and made whiter than 
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Every treasure and Idol I know; 

For his fullness of blessing I call, 
Till his blood washes whiter than snow. 

4 I am trusting in Jesus alone, 
Trusting now his salvation to know; 

And his blood doth so fully atone, 
I am washed and made whiter than 
snow. 

5 My heart is in raptures of love, 
Love, such as the ransomed oues know; 

I am strengthened with might from a])ove 
I am washed and made whiter than 
snow. 

Rev. Wm. McDonald. 

FROM "songs OF JOY AND GLADNESS." BY PER. 

OT'Ci Beulah Land. 

Zii) Key of G. 

1 I've reached the land of corn and wine, 
And all its riches freely mine. 

Here shines undimm'd one blissful day, 
For all my night has pass'd away. 
Chorus. 

Beulah Land, sweet Beulah Land, 
As on thy highest mount I stand, 

1 look away across the sea, 

■WTiere mansions are prepared for me, 
And view the shining glory shore. 
My heav'n, my home, for evermore! 

2 My Savior comes and walks with me. 
And sweet communion here have w 
He gently leads me by his hand, 

For this is heaven's border-land. 

3 The zephyrs seem to float to me 
Sweet sounds of heaven's melody. 

As angels with the white-rob 'd throng 
Join in the sweet redemption song. 

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1 O weary wand'rer, dark night comes on, 
When slighted mercy will be Avith- 

The Spirit strive no more, [drawn: — 
Christ gives liis pleadings o'er, 
Closed then shall be the door; 
Thy doom, despair. 

2 O weary wand'rer, Jesus still pleads; 
For you he suffers, for you he bleeds. 

O let his love constrain. 
Nor let liim bleed in vain; 
Hark! hark! he calls again, 
"O wand'rer, come." 



Tune: Almost Persuaded. 

3 O weary wand'rer, why still delay? 
Christ Avaits to save you — save you to- 

Fast falls the eventide; [day; 

Soon, soon you must decide; 
For you he bled and died 
On Calvary! 

4 O weary wand'rer, see loved ones stand, 
All saved in heaven, a happy band. 

Come, join them on that shore; 
Where death shall part no more; 
Wide open stands the door, 
wand'rer, come. 
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1 Come, ye sinners, poor and needy. 

Weak and wounded, sick and sore; 
Jesus ready stands to save you, 
Full of pity, love, and power: 

||:He is able, :|| 
He is willing: doubt no more. 

2 Now, ye needy, come and welcome; 

God's free bounty glorify; 
True belief and true repentance, 

Every grace that brings you nigh, 
||:"\Vithont money, :|| 
Come to Jesus Christ and buy. 

3 Let not conscience make you linger. 

Nor of fitness fondly dream; 
All the litness He requireth 

Is to feel your need of him, 
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4 Come, ye weary, heavy-laden, 

Bruised and mangled by the fall" 
If you tarry till you're better, 
You will never come at all; 
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Sinners Jesus came to call. 

5 Agonizing in the garden, 

Your Redeemer prostrate lies; 

On the bloody tree behold him! 

Hear him cry, before he dies, 

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Sinners, will not this suffice? 

G Lo! the incarnate God, ascending, 
Pleads the merit of his blood; 
Venture on him, venture freely; 
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1. Sun of ray soul, thou Sav - ior dear, It is not night if thou be near: 

2. When the soft dews of kiud-ly sleep My wearied eye-lids gen-tly steep, 

3. A-bidewith me from morn till eve. For without thee I can -not live; 

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O may no earthborn cloud a - rise To hide thee from thy servaut's eyes. 
Be my last thot', how sweet to rest For-ev-er on my Sav-ior's breast. 
A-bidewith me when night is nigh, For without thee I dare not die. 
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1 My days are gliding swiftly by, 

And I, a pilgrim stranger, 
Would not detain them as they fly, 

Those hours of toil and danger. 
Chorus. — 

For, O, we stand on Jordan's strand. 

Our friends are passing over, 
And just before the shining shore 

We may almost discover. 

2 Should coming days be cold and dark. 

We need not cease our singing; 

That perfect rest naught can molest, 

Wliere golden harps are ringing. 

3 Let sorrows rudest tempest blow. 

Each chord on earth to sever:[honie. 
Our King says, ' 'Come, ' 'and there's our 
Forever, O, forever! 

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(\Qrj My Latest Sun. 

LO I Key of C. 

1 ]My latest sun is sinking fast, 

My race is nearly run; 
My strongest trials now are past, 
]My triumph is begun. 
Chorus.— 

O come, angel band. 

Come and around me stand, 
II :0,bear me awaj' on your snowy wings, 
To my immortal home.. -I 

2 I know I'm uearing the holy ranks, 

Of friends and kindred dear [banks. 
For I brush the dews on Jordan's 
The crossing must be near. 

3 I've almost gained my heavenly home. 

My spirit loudly sings; 
The holy ones behold they come! 
I hear the noise of wings. 



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All the fet - ters that op-pressed me 

With his pre-cious love he blessed me, 

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I am free, I'm free; 

Un - to me, to me. 

Fled the night, the night; 

Came the light, the light. 

Now are riv'n, are riv'n; 

This to me isheav'n. 

Of his grace and love; 

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1 The Holiest Place stands open wide. 

Enter by the blood of Jesus; 
The shadowing veil now hangs aside, 
Enter by the blood of Jesus. 
Cho. — Beyond the second veil 
Pure love and joy prevail, 

God's promise ne'er can fail. 
Enter by the blood of Jesus. 

2 Enter now this holiest place 

Enter by the blood of Jesus; 
Here Christ reveals his shining face. 
Enter by the blood of Jesus. 

3 Now by faith you may prevail, 

Enter l)y the blood of Jesus; 
Pass beyond the second veil, 
Enter by the blood of Jesus. 

Rev. J. B. FooTE. 



The Solid Rock. 
Key of G. 
1 My hope is built on nothing 
Than Jesus' blood and righ 

1 dare not trust the sweetest frame. 
But wholly lean on Jesus' name. 
CHO.-On Christ, the Solid Rock, I stand, 

All other ground is sinking sand, 

2 When darkness veils his lovely face, 
1 rest on his unchanging grace: 

In every high and stormy gale. 
My anchor holds within the vail. 

3 When he shall come with trumpet 

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Oh, may I then in liini be found; 
Drest in his righteousness alone, 
Faultless to stand before the throne. 

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1. Must Je - PUS bear the cross a - lone, And all the world go free? 

2. The cou - se - crat- ed cross I'll bear Till death shall set me free; 

3. Up- on the crys-tal pavement, down At Je - sus' pier - ced feet, 

4. Oh, pre-ciouscross!oh, glo-riouscrown!Oh, res - ur-rec-tion day! 

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And then go home ray crown to wear, For there's a crown for me. 
With joy I'll cast my gold -en crown, And liis dear name re-peat. 
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1 I love to tell the story 

Of unseen things above. 
Of Jesus and his glorj-, 

Of Jesus and his love. 
I love to tell the story, 

Because I know 'tis trne; 
It satisfles iny longings 
As nothing else can do. 
Cho.— I love to tell the story, 

'Twill be my theme in glory, 
To tell the old, old story 
Of Jesus and his love. 

2 I love to tell the story: 

More wonderful it seems 
Then all the golden fancies 

Of all our golden dreams. 
I love to tell the story. 

It did so much for me; 
And that is just the reason 

I tell it now to thee. 

3 I love to tell the story, 

For those who know it best 
Seem hungering and thirsting 

To hear'it like the rest. 
And when, in scenes of glory, 

I sing the new, new song, 
'Twill be the old, old story 
That I have loved so long. 

Catherine Hanket. 
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9Qzt Marching to Zion. 

^*^'^ Key of G. 

1 Come, ye that love the Lord, 

And let your joys be known, 
Join in a song with sweet accord, 
Join in a song with sweet accord, 
And thus surround the throne, 
And thus surround the throne. 
Cho, — We're marching to Zion, 
Beautiful, beautiful Zion, 
We're marching upward to Zion, 
The beautiful city of God. 

2 Let those refuse to sing 

Who never knew our God; 

But children of the heav'nly King, 

But children of the heav'nlj' King, 

May speak their joys abroad, 

]May speak their joys abroad. 

3 The hill of Zion yields, 

A thousand sacred sweets. 
Before we reach the heav'nly fields, 
Before we reach the heav'nly fields, 
Or walk the golden streets, 
Or walk the golden streets. 

4 Then let our songs abound. 

And every tear be dry, [ground, 

We're marching through Immanuel's 

We're marching through Immanuel's 

To fairer worlds on high, [groundj 

To fairer worlds on high. 

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2. I mar-vel at his grace to me, It is so bouudless,rich and free; 

3. A blessed life it is to be, Thro' Je-sus, saved so wondrously; 

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His grace is more than tongue can tell; My Je-sus hath done all things well. 
His pow'r is more than tongue can tell ; My Je sus hath done all things well. 
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Praise God, from whom all blessings 

flow; 
Praise him, all creatures here below; 
Praise him above, ye heavenly host; 
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost. 

Chorus. 

And above the rest this note shall swell, 

This note shall swell, this note shall swell; 

And above the rest this note shall swell. 

My Jesus hath done all things well. 

Lvi Tune, Avon. C. M. No 209 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 

The God whom we adore. 
Be glory, as it was, is now. 
And shall be evermore! 

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To God, the Father, Son, 

And Spirit, One in Three, 
Be glory, as it was, is now. 
And shall forever be. 

John Wesi.et. 



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To God, the Father's throne 
Your highest honors raise; 
Glory to God, the Son; 

To God, the Spirit, praise: 
With all our powers, eternal King, 
Thy everlasting praise we sing, 

Isaac Watts. Alt. 

dOO Tune, TOPLADT. 7. 61. No. 240. 

Praise the name of God most high; 
Praise him, all below the sky; 
Praise him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son. and Holy Ghost! 
As through countless ages past. 
Evermore his praise shall last. 

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To God, tlie Father, Son, 
And Spirit, Three in One, 

All praise be given! 
Crown him in every song; 
To him your hearts belong: 
Let all liis praise prolong. 

On earth, in heaven! 



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Activity.— 1-2-23-24-28-29-30-72-77-96-97-108-111-119-132-137-149-150- 

180-194-202-203-206-232-255-260-261-284. 
Atonement.— 6-44-65-116-145-172-175-188-223-224-239-290. 
Assurance.— 5-55-02. 
Believe.— 56-192-224-251-278. 
Consecration.— 10-11-12-16-25-29-48-49-64-69-75-76-83-89-173-175-177 

233-234-235-246-270-274. 
Communion.— 68-238, 

CaUing.— 17-21-67-86-128-141-176-178-190-220-267. 
Cross.— 16-63-68-88. 
Closing Service.— 26-102-124-304-302. 
Doxologies.— 208-243-296 to 303. 
Encoui-agenient.- 17-45-51-74-76. 
Faith.— 154-164-165-167-236. 
Fellowship.— 40-96-97-225. 
Guidance.— 19-47-123-126-190-201-213-269-275. 
Oospel.— 63-77-121-167-195-219-293. 
Gratitude.— 24-79. 
Grace.— 61-118. 

Holy Spirit.— 20-25-48-49-136-213-226-227-229-230-237. 
Heaven.— 26-52-65-72-101-102-151-179-286-287-288. 
Invitation.— 7-22-23-33-3 9-41-45-46-51-52-67-74-81-103-115-134-144- 

176-189-192-217-223-224-234-235-239-244-248-254-267-281-282-283. 
Jesus.— 11-13-14-15-52-103-134-138-152-169-171-212-215-231-242-276 292. 
Joy.— 139-191-214-279. 

liOve.— 20-135-142-218-238-241-250-257-272-273. 
Missionary.— 10-11-14-32-180-181-185-204-265. 
Opening Service.— 187-215-216. 
Opportunity.— 78-111-134-144-155-173. 
Obedience.— 17-19-35-38-39-110-129. 
Praise.— 1-8-18-20-26-30-38-42-44-58-62-73-75-80-84-85-87-95-100-107- 

116-117-120-131-133-135-146-147-160-161-164-166-168-169-170 

172-188-193-195-204-212-220-268-271-277-284-288-280-295. 
Prayer.— 4-14-47-66-69-177-186-253. 
Patriotism.— 182. 
Purity.— 6-136-165-263. 
Promises.- 19-27-179. 
Peace.— 113. 
RaUying.— 3-8-9-15-26-27-31-32-36-37-53-54-69-71-105-109-122-127-130 

143-171-183-184-264-294. 
Resting. —5-40-99-1 25-209. 

Refuge.— 64-94-104-114-159-240-252-256-269-291. 
Solos, Etc.— 2-11-13-21-29-43-72-79-83-94-100-107-126-138-141-155-176 

178-194 
Sunday School.— 2-4-6-8-9-10-12-13-15-16-19-21-23-24-27-28-29-31-33 

35-37-39-40-44-45-54-56-57-60-62-64-07-71-74-87-90-102-105 

106-119-127-134-140-158-171-176-194-196-206-212-214—216 

217-239-255-257-2G2-264-266-292-30J. 
Salvation.— 46-55-112-1 T -140-211-280-289. 
Tru«*inp- - : <,w-llo-i2o-152-153-174. « 

rrial.— 4-43-207. 
Temperance.— 199-200-206. 
Victory.— 3-148-168. 

Warning.— 2-7-22-33-70-78-82-91-92-98-115-162-163-221-222-255-281. 
Worship.— 197-198-205-210-215-216-225-228-245-249-252-258-259-285 

286-287. 
Young People's Societies.— 2-4-G-S-9-12-19-23-24-25-27-31 -36-37-38 

39-40-41-42-44-45-47-54-G0-02-64-67-6S-69-70-71-75-S1-87-90 

105-108-109-111-113-120-122-125-132-140-149-159-168-171-174 

180-189-194-201-202-216-225-231-252-262-264-268-376-304. 

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Abundantly Able . . 45 
Able to deliver. . . 55 

A charge to keep 232 

A CLOSER WALK 197 

A crimson stream 172 

A mighty fortress. ... 122 

Again we'll 155 

a heart to praise. . 2jo 
Alas, and did my. .... 68 

All for Jesus 11 

All those who love. . . 179 

All hail the power 216 

All taken away 120 

All- Victorious 250 

Am I a soldier . 202 

And can I yet delay . . 233 

And can it be 241 

Antioch. C. M 214 

Anywhere with 64 

Are you living in 18 

Ariel. C. H. M 277 

Arise, my soul 248 

Arlingtoti. C. M. 153, 202 
A soldier of the. . . 153 

AT THE CROSS 68 

Avon. CM. 209 

Awake my soul, str. . . 203 
Awake my soul, in. . .271 
Azmon. C. M 210 

Beautiful Beckon. . 21 

Beckoning hands 21 

Behold the 162 

Believe on the 192 

Believe and be 56 

Beneath thy shadow. . 104 
Be strong to coil in. . . 109 

Blest be the tie 225 

Blessed Assurance ... 62 
Blessed be the na. . 87 
Blessed be the Fount . 6 
Blow ye the trumpet.. 249 

Boylston. S. M 232 

Bring them in 23 

Bringing in the 60 

By the help of God. . . 37 

Calvary's stream. . 172 
Can I YET DELAY. . . 233 
Children of the. . . 164 

Christ for the 181 

Christ has for sin 44 

Christ is all 138 , 



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Christian Endeavor . . 183 

Christian, gird the 168 

Cleansing wave 263 

Cleanse AND fill. ..136 
Come contrite one. ... 74 
Come every soul by . . 244 

Come Holy Spirit 227 

Come Holy Ghost. . . . 237 
Come Holy Spirit. ... 49 
Come humble sinner.. 173 
Come look on the. ... 58 
Come sinners to the. . 46 
Come sinner to the. . 15 
CuME, sinner, COME.217 
Come sinner behold. .103 
Come to the Living 81 
Come to the Father . . 7 

Come thou Fount 258 

Come ye sinners.. 282, 283 

Come ye weary 220 

Come ye disconsolate . 76 
Come ye that love. . . . 294 
Coming when the. . .163 

Consecration 274 

Coronation. C M 216 

Countless the perils . . 156 
Crown him to day. . 58 

Death and 163 

Dennis. S. M 225 

Depth of mercy 218 

Down at the cross. ... 41 

Do you hear the 155 

Diiane St., L. M. /;>. .242 

Earnest workers 108 

Enough for me 112 

Enter by the BL00D290 
Entire Consecra. . . 10 

Eucharist. L. M 238 

Evils of intemper. . 199 

Fadig, fade each 11 

Fall into line 53 

Father, I stretch 224 

Fillmore. L . M. D . . . .'2.&,\ 

Fill me now... 48 

Floods of mercy 280 

Follow all the. . .190 

Forward Christian 36 

Forever here my .... 209 

Glorying in the • ■ -233 



no. 
Glory to his name. 41 

Gloria patri 187 

Glory be to the Father 187 

Grace is free 118 

God be with you till. .304 
God is calling vet. 141 

Greenville, S, y, 4 282 

Guide me, great 269 

Hamburg. L. M 235 

Happy day 42 

Hark, I hear my 158 

Hark, 'tis the 23 

Hark, the Savior 81 

Hark, I hear the 33 

Hark, what sound. . . . 178 

Haste, O sinner 221 

Have you had a 24 

Have you told it all . . 132 
Have you any cross . . 152 
Hear the promise of. . 189 
Hear the message .... 121 
Hear and answer. . 177 

Hear the bugle 127 

Heaven is not far 52 

He blessed me 107 

He calleth thee. . . 33 
He dies, the friend . . . 242 

He IS CALLING 17 

He is able to deliver. . 55 
He keepeth me ever. . 159 

He leadeth me 275 

His yoke IS easy 147 

Holy Spirit, faithful. .213 
Holy Spirit, dwell. .. . 25 
Holy, holy, holy. . . 228 

Holy Bible, book 219 

Hover o'er me 48 

How can I but love 257 
How far to the city. . . 72 
How firm a foundation 252 
How swent the name . 69 

I am coming, Jesus. . . i^" 

I am coming to 278 

I am coming to the. . . -16 

I am praying 177 

I AM RESTING IN 99 

I am now a child of . . 160 

I AM THE Lord's 193 

I BELIEVE Jesus 278 

I can hear my 190 

I can, I WILL, I DO . .251 



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Idle stand not all. 

I entered once a 

I heard the voice of . . 

1 have precious 

I have been to 

I have a song I love. . 
I knew that God in. . . 

I know in whom 

I know not wh}- 

'i'll work for thee, 
I'll lend a hand. . . 
I'll live FOR HiJL . . 
I love thy kingdom. . . 

I love to tell the 

I'm glad that the 

I'm going HOME 

I'm resting safe 

I'm so glad 

I must tell Jesus 

>IN His name we 

) .n loving consecration 

In THAT DAY 

In thought I travel . . . 
In vain in high and . . 

In whom I have 

I saw a blood-washed . 

I sing the praise 

I stretch my hands 

I thirst, thou 

It just suits me 

I've reached the 

I've been washed... 

I've heard the call 

I w^alked in the 

I want no other 

I wandered in 

I WILL GO TO Jesus. . 



Jerusalem, my 284 

Jesus alone can. ... 169 

Jesus, and may 1 29 

Jesus came to save. ... 195 

Jesus comes to 280 

jEsrs for ME-_ ._^. .171 
Je^^'S'hath done. . .T755 
J5!oI S IS ABLE TO. ... 161 

^icSUS IS CALLING 67 

j\ ".us IS MINE 231 

(J- I JUS IS PASSING BY. . 74 

/sus is the light 96 

4sus is tenderly 67 

^ 5ESUS LIVES. . . .' 57 

Jesus, lover of my. . . .256 
Jesus, my Lord, to . . . 234 

Jesus my Savior 171 

jESUS NOW IS 220 

Jesus of Nazareth.. 134 



NO. 

Jesus shall have ... 89 

Jesus, Savior 14 

Jesus Saves — 140 

Jesus shall reign 204 

Jesus thine all 250 

Jesus will let you. . 7 

Joy to the world 214 

Just as I am 235 

Keep a light in the. . . 70 

Keep the banner 71 

Keep your covenant. . 1 29 

Laban. S. 31. 260 

Launch out 165 

Leaning on the .... 40 

Lead me, Savior 126 

Lead, kindly Light,. .201 
Leave it all with . . 152 

Lenox. H. M 248 

Let Him in 39 

Lift your heart in. . . . 47 

Light is shining iS 

Linger no longer 115 

Lo! A mighty army . . 105 
Look away to the ... . 88 

Lord, I am thine 246 

Lord God, the Holy. .229 

Lord, dismiss us 302 

Loving Kindness 271 

Love divine, all love..i9S 

Love found me 20 

Loyalty to Christ.. 8 

Made one in Christ. .180 

Maitland. C. M. 292 

Marching to zion. .294 

3Lar/yn. 7. D 256 

May the Master 137 

Meditation. 11-8 205 

Mercy is 86 

JMigdol. L. M 204 

Mighty army of 57 

Mi'- e eyes have 9 

MoR'^ than conquer 3 

More abou' Jesus i 

More love to ti'."'^ 272 

INIourn for the -199 

Must Jesus bear the . . 295 
My body, soul and . . 274 

INIy country 'tis of 1S2 

My chains are 289 

jMy da3-s are 2S6 

My faith looks up 236 

M}- gladsome heart. . . 193 
M)' heavenly home. . .288 
My hope is built on . . 291 



NO. 

My Jesus I love thee. . 75 

My life, my love I 12 

My latest sun is 287 

My old country . . 79 

My rock and 1 14 

My sins are taken. . 123 
My soul be on thy. . . . 261 
My soul in sad 5 

Nearer, yet nearer. ... 83 
Nearer my God to. . . . 273 
Neitleton, S, j, I) ... 258 

Never to say. 26 

Nieea. ii, /2, 10 228 

No other name on. ... 169 
No other grace. ... 61 
Nothing but the. . .239 

Not far from the 51 

Now the chains of . . . . 289 

O beulah land 279 

O blessed paraclete . . . 230 

O day of rest and 196 

O for a faith 154 

O for a thousand. .87, 215 

O for a heart to 210 

O happy day 42 

O love surpassing .... 112 

O light of light 30 

O sweet will of God. . 146 

O spirit of the 226 

O the great love 142 

O thou, in whose 205 

O weary wanderer. . . .281 
O youth with hearts. .266 
Oh for a closer walk . . 197 

Oh could I speak 277 

Oh how I LOVE 69 

Oh how beautiful .... 164 

Oh ni}' heart is 99 

Oh now I see the 263 

Oh such wonder 142 

Oh the glad good. .121 

Oh the best friend 13 

Oh the gospel story . . 63 
Oh 'tis wonderful. 73 

Oh turn ye 254 

Oh why will j-ou 192 

C!.'. '-^"ndred. L. i^/. .303 

Olivet. 6,4 236 

Only a look 167 

Only trust him ... 244 
On the Jericho road . . 157 

On to victory 168 

Onward Christian 54 

Onw.ard Christian. 36 
Our Father which 186 



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NO. 

Our hearts have 8 

Our youth are 9 

Over the rolling sea . . 185 

Pai,ms of victory. . . 148 

Pass it on 24 

Pass me not 66 

Pass the word 195 

PleyeVs Hynift. y, s.. .221 
Portuguese Hymn .... 252 

Power to save 100 

Praise God. .243, 296, 303 

Quit you wke men. . 109 

Rescue the perishing. 206 
Resting safe with.. 125 

Revive us again 268 

Rock of ages 240 

Rockingham, L. M . . 226 

Salvation, O the 211 

Save some one 156 

Savior, lead me 126 

Savior, like a shepherd 123 
Scattering precious. . . 93 
Seeking the lost yet. . 194 

Sessions. L. M 246 

Shall we gather at. . . . 207 
Shall we reach the. ... 170 

Sicily 302 

Since I have been. . 80 

Sing of the 117 

Sing we to our God. . . 208 

Sinners, turn . 222 

Sowing ever 82 

Softly and tenderly. . . 128 

Soldiers of Christ 260 

Sowing in the 60 

Standing on the 27 

Story of the 63 

St. Martins. C. 31.... 250 
Stand up for Jesus. . . . 264 

Suffer THE 158 

Sun of my soul 285 

Sunshine in the 31 

Sweet peace, the. ..113 
Sweet hour of prayer. 253 
Sweet are the 19 

Take me .a'^/ ' " . . -o4 
Take the name of ... . 276 

Take my life and 10 

Thanks be to Jesus ... 86 
There comes to my. . .113 
There is a fountain. . .223 

There is a home. 151 

There is a rock in ... . 94 

There is JOY 191 

There's a great da3^ . . 91 
There's a place where iii 
There's a song my. . . . 100 
There's a stranger 39 



NO. 



There's sunshine 31 



There's a wideness. 
There's a wonderful. 

The beautifui. 

The best friend is. 
The bird with a. . . 
The blood of Jesus . . 
The bi,ood is ale . . 
The bondage of. . . 
The cross, the cross . 
The fueeness of. . . 
The gospee feast. . 

The great day 

The great Physician. 
The haven of rest 

The holiest place 290 

The JOYFUL SOUND . .211 
The joy of the Lord . . 139 

The Lord is my 147 

The Lord's prayer. 186 
The mansions yon. . 170 
The Master wants. . 
The mercy of God. . 
The morning light . 

The precious 

The sheltering. . 
The solid rock. . . 
The very same . . . 
The voice of Christ. 
The voice of thy . . . 

The wondrous 

The world for. . . 
The world must be. 
They crucified. . . 

Through the 

Through the meadows 35 
Thro' the cleansing . . 3 
Throw out the life-line 2 

'Tis blessed to 174 

'Tis religion that 38 

'Tis so sweet to 90 

'Tis the dear Lord. 178 

To-day the Savior 267 

Toplady. 7, .s- 240 

To thee be praise .... ^i-Z-t 
To the front, ye..^^^. .184 

Trust and ouEy no 

Trustii^^ ;;ach day 174 

T'" .^<r TO THE lord . . 283 

Unto you is ever. . . 189 

Vain man, thy fond. . . 92 

Walking and 97 

Walk IN THE LIGHT. 38 
Wandering away . . 22 

Wanderer, away 22 

We are coming 130 

We are passing 92 

We are sowing 82 

We're waiting at 251 



■ 17 
■143 

■ 96 

• 13 

• 43 

■ 95 
.188 
.146 
•175 

• 25 
. 46 

■ 91 
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149 
165 
265 
.175 
■ 94 
.291 

15 
118 
56 

77 
,181 

32 
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65 



NO. 

Webb. 7, 6 264 

We glorify God for. . . 161 

We have heard a 140 

We journey to the. ... 26 

Welcome dear 270 

We praise thee, O 268 

We shall hear a 162 

We shall reach our. . . 65 

We shall stand 84 

We'll endeavor 183 

We'll endeavor 37 

We'll never say. . . 102 

We'll win the 130 

What a friend 262 

What a fellow-ship. . . 40 

What a precious 257 

What a Savior 95 

What a scene of. loi 

What a wonderful 44 
What a wonderful. . . . 131 
What can wash away . 239 J 

What hast thou i45« 

What means this 134 | 

What ruin hath. 200 I 

When a sinner 191 

When deep in sin .... 107 

When I read the 97 

When I survey the . . . 238 

When I was far 73 

When light divine . . .117 

When out in sin 20 

When the roll is. . 59 
When the trumpet ... 137 
When the trumpet ... 59 

When we reach loi 

When we walk with . . 1 10 
Where he leads ... 19 
Where the shep ... 35 

Where will j'ou 98 

While Jesus whispers. 217 

Who can if be 176 

Whoever receiveth. . . 45 
Who is on the Lord's. 150 
Who'll be the next. . . 28 

■Y^il:;' :ipryo!ri^siUiig-i44 

Why stand ye idle. ^!^^^ 
Why will ye die . . .2?]^ 

With friends on ^\v^ 

Wonderful army. . . \.^ 
Wonderful LOVE. . . \ 
Wonderful story of. . . i \ ^- 
Wondrous news 7 \ 

WONDROUSLY RE 13^ 

Work, for the night. .25; 
Workers for the. . . lo! 
Workman of God . . .15, 

Ye Christian workers. 1 8, . 
Young men and v | 

Zion. 8, '7, 4 2 






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praise ye the Lord! 

Enter into his gates with thanlcsgiving. 

Novv shall mine head be lifted up. 

Take a Psalm and bring hither the timbrel. 

Exalt ye the Lord, our (lod. 

Come before his presence with singing. 

O clap your hands, all ye people. 

Shout unto God with a voice of triumph. 

Talk y«! of all his wondrous works. 

And he hath put a new song into my .mouth. 

Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. 



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His name a'one is excellent. 

Young men and maidens; old men and children: 

]V|ake a Joyful noise unto the Lord. 

Night unto night showeth knowledge. 

Sing anto the Lord; bless His name. 

Extracts from the Psalms.