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CHRISTIAN HYMNAL

CHRISTIAN HYMNAL
A Collection of Hymns and Sacred Songs
Suitable for Use

in Public Worship,
the Home, Evangelistic
Meetings, and General

Worship

in

Occasions

Revised Edition
Printed

in

Shaped Notes Only

This book has been compiled with great care and is


designed to fill the ?ieeds of the church having as its
once delivered unto the saints."
doctrine, "The faith
.

Published by

Church

of

God

in Christ,

Mennonite

Gospel Publishers

Moundridge, Kansas 67107

Church

of

Copyright 1959 by
in Christ, Mennonite, Inc
Hesston, Kansas

God

First Printing.

1959

Second Printing, 1965

15,000

5,000

Third Printing, 1966 10,000


Fourth Printing, 1969 10,000
Fifth Printing,

1970

10,000

Sixth Printing, 1972 10,000


Seventh Printing, 1974 10,000

Uthoqraphed
in

U.S.A.

PREFACE
3ong

one of the most beautiful ways in which children of


and voice in expressing their love, praise, and adoraGod
tion to God their Maker. Through song, the soul's deep need, its struggles,
joys, and contentment are expressed. Spiritual songs and hymns reveal to
us the Deity of God and His plan of salvation given to a lost world. In
song we implore God for His convicting Spirit to arouse sinners to repentance and to give inspiration to a more noble walk of life. Song also is
prayer to God for deliverance, guidance, and keeping.
In April 1956, the General Conference of the Church of God in
Christ, Mennonite, adopted a resolution to revise The Christian Hymnal.
The following brethren were chosen as the committee: Alvin J. Becker,
service

is

join with heart

Reuben

Holdeman, Henry E. Friesen, P. G. Hiebert, P. F.


D. Toews, }. G. Loewen, and Howard Schneider.
J.
They immediately organized and prepared for accepting appropriate songs
Buller,

Barkman,

Adin

F.

Jesse Dirks,

to be used in this extensive hymnal. They realized this was a worthy cause
and that a heavy responsibility was entrusted to them. They implored the
Lord for guidance and discretion in the acceptance of hymns sound in
doctrine and having lasting value. It has been their endeavor to make a
wide range of selections suitable for all occasions of religious worship in
the church, Sunday school, home, evangelistic meetings, etc. Special
emphasis was placed on old favorites which have stood the test of usefulness. However, valuable later compositions were also accepted.
The committee gratefully acknowledges the kind co-operation of all
who sent in selections and gave of their time and valuable counsel; and
to authors, composers, and publishers of copyrighted materials who kindly granted permission to use such materials. Every effort has been made to
determine ownership. The publishers desire to express their regret if any
infringement has been made. Upon notification they will be glad to make
proper acknowledgment.
This volume is sent forth with a sincere prayer that God may bless it

to

His name's honor.

The

Publishers.

CLASSIFICATION INDEX
WORSHIP
Praise

Salvation

and Adoration

1-32

Devotion

33-50
51-56
57-63
64-67
68-73
74-80

Opening
Morning
Lord's Day
Evening
Closing

GOD THE FA THER


His Love

81-87

GOD THE SON


His Love
Incarnation and Birth
Suffering

and Atonement

Resurrection

(Easter)

Second Coming

88-89
90-104
_ 105-118
119-123
124-130

GOD THE HOLY SPIRIT


Holy

334-335
336-337

CHRISTIAN LIFE
Confession and Testimony
Prayer and Supplication
Aspiration
Resignation and
Consecration
Cross-Bearing r
Sanctification and Holiness

338-349
350-370
371-388
389-422
423-427
428-433

Faithfulness and
Steadfastness
434-452
Faith, Trust, and Assurance 453-490
Guidance and Keeping
491-508
Refuge
509-525
Comfort and Consolation ._ 526-540
541-550
Love and Fellowship

MARRIAGE
131-137

Spirit

Peace

THE WORD

Marriage

551-554

HOME

The Word

138-148

THE CHURCH

Home

555-559

YOUTH

The Church

149-158
159-164
165-168
169-175
176-179

Ministry

Baptism
Feet-Washing

Communion

Youth

FUTURE

560-566

LIFE

Hope
Reward
Heaven

567-578
579-585
586-612

EVANGELISTIC
Activity, Service

Mission

Appeal
Warning and Judgment
Invitation,

._.

Decision

180-203
204-219
220-281
282-297
298-306

REDEMPTION
Redemption

307-320
321-325

Grace

New

Birth and

Regeneration
Regeneration, Salvation

326-327
328-333

FUNERAL
Funeral

SPECIAL OCCASION
New Year
Thanksgiving
Ordination
Conference
Dedication

Giving
Grace for Meals
Partings and Farewell

613-628

629-631
632-634
635-638
639-642
643-646
647-648
649-653
654-657
7

word

of Christ dwell in you


wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and
hymns and spiritual songs, singing
with grace in your hearts to the Lord.
J-'et the

richly in all

Colossians 3:16.

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PRAISE

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WORSHIP

10

We

Holy God,

Te Deum,

for

1.

Ho

2.

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3.

Lo!

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ap

4.

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ly

Fa

praise

ly

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Praise Thy

Thy name, O Lord;

will praise

ce

les

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tol

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Ho

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Lord.

sun, Through the Church the song goes on.

bend the knee, While we

sing

our

praise to Thee.

A-men.

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Praise God from

11

Whom

/ will praise the

All Blessings

Flow

Lord. Psalm 118:19

Genevan Psalter 1551

Thomas Ken,

Praise

Ye
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God from whom

all blessings flow, Praise Him, all creatures here be - low,


na-tions round the earth re - ioice Be - fore the Lord your Sov- 'reign King;
Lord is God: 'tis He
a -lone Doth life, and breath, and be - ing give:

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Whom

Him a -bove, ye heav'n-ly host, Praise Fa-ther, Son, and Ho - ly


Him with cheerful heart and voice; With all your tongues His glo-ry
are His work, and not our

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Holy, Holy, Holy


They

res< raot

daj and night, saying, Holy, holy, holy.Ke\. 4:8

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ski - ful man Thy glo - ry may not see,
praise Thy name, in earth, and sky, and sea;

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B. Dykes, 1823-1876

Lord
God Al-might - y! Ear - ly in the
All the saints a - dore Thee, Cast-ingdown their
Tho' the darkness hide Thee, Tho' the eye of
Lord
God Al-might - y! All Thy works shall

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God in Three Per-sons, bless-ed Trin-i - ty
down be-fore Thee, Which wert and art, and ev-er-more shalt be.
there is none be-side Thee Per- feet in pow'r, in love, and pu - ri - ty.
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13

Power of Jesus' Name

All Hail the


At the name

of Jesus every

knee should boa;. Phil. 2:10

Edward

Perronet, 1726-1792
Alt. by John Rippon, 1751-1836

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hail

cho

the pow'r of
sen seed of

Je

sus'

Bring forth the

roy

di

al

Hail Him who saves you


Go, spread your tro - phies
Him all maj - es To
ev - er We'll join the

a - dem,
His grace,
His feet,

by

fcbpt.

an- gels pros-trate


A rem -nant weak and
The worm-wood and the
On this ter - res - trial

name! Let

Is-rael's race,
Gen - tile sin - ners, ne'er for - get
ev - 'ry kin - dred, ev - 'ry tribe
sa - cred throng,
that, with yon - der
-

Oliver Holden, 1765-1844

at
as - cribe,
ty
last-ing song,

We

And
And
And
And
And

at

crown
crown
crown
crown
crown

His

Him
Him
Him
Him
Him

feet

Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord

may

fall;

small,
gall;
ball,
fall,

of
of
of
of
of

all;

all;
all;

all;
all;

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Hail Him who saves you


Go, spread your tro - phies
Him all maj - es To
We'll join the ev - er -

by
at
ty
last

as - cribe,
ing song,

And crown
And crown
And crown
And crown
And crown

the

Name

believe

He

is

3.
4.

5.

all.
all.

all.

of Jesus
Thomas

Hastings, 1784-1872

How

sweet the name of Je- sus sounds In


be-liev-er's ear! It soothes his
a
makes the wounded spir - it whole, And calms the treubled breast; Tisman-na
Dear name! the rock on which I build, My shield and hid-ing place; My nev - erWeak is the ef- fort of my heart, And cold my warmest tho't; But when I
Till
then I would Thy love pro-claim With ev-'ry fleeting breath; And may the
It

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all.
all.

precious. 1 Peter 2:7

John Newton, 1725-1807

1.

of
of
of
of
of

Unto you therefore which

2.

Him Lord.
Him Lord.
Him Lord.
Him Lord
Him Lord

How Sweet

14

a - dem,
His grace,
His feet,

A ,A

PRAISE AND ADORATION

How Sweet

^ya

the

Name

jg^4Q

of Jesus

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sorrows, heals his wounds, And drives a - way his fear, And drives a - way his fear.
to
the hun - gry soul, And to the wea - ry rest, And to the wea - ry rest,
fail - ing treasury filled With boundless stores of grace,With boundless stores of grace,
see Thee as Thou art, I'll praise Thee as I ought, I'll praise Thee as I ought,
mu - sic of Thy name Re -fresh my soul in death, Re-fresh my soul in death!

AA.

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15

Glory to God on High


Thou

art worthy,

Lord,

to

and honour. Rev.

receive glory

4:11

Felice de Giardini,

James Allen, 1734-1804

1716-1796

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pipaii
1.

Glo

2.

While they

3.

Join,

4.

Soon must we

ry

to

a
ye

all

God
on
round the
somed
change our
ran

Cheer-ful

race,
place,

Our Lord
Yet will

0.

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and

we

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Prais Praise
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ing

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His name!"
His name
His name!
His name:

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who have felt His blood Seal - ing your


will
re - joice, And make a
Him we
Him our songs we bring; Hail Him our

joy

grace

love

peace with God,

And

and

His

Ye

rows bore; Sing loud for


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"Wor
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thy
thy
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WORSHIP

What a Mighty God We Serve!

16
What

the exceeding greatness of His

is

Clara M. Brooks,

power

to

us-ward. Eph. 1:19


B. Elliott

1882

b.

Warren, 1867-1951

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1.

2.

3.
4.

fe!

4_

Our Fa -ther'swon-drous works we see


The rag-ing winds and waves are calm,
He mak - eth worlds by His com-mand,
Our God, to save from sin's con-trol,

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The

He

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the earth and sea and sky;


says to them, "Be still";
Weighs the mountains great and high;
Gave His Son a sac - ri - fice;

In

When He

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rules o'er

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heav - ens praise Him


metes the wa - ters

His grace,

in
in
in

bound-ing

es - ty,
From His roy - al throne on
a psalm, And the an - gels do
His
His hand, Spans the loft - y, star - lit
the soul, Makes the earth a par - a -

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high.
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sky.
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in

Truth

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Used by permission.

we serve!

PRAISE AND ADORATION

17

Loving Kindness
/ will sing of the mercies of

Lord. Psalm 89:1


William Caldwell, 19th Century

the

Samuel Medley, 1738-1799

wake,

2.
3.

4.

my

lays,

And

me

fall,

Yet

soul, to
joy - ful
the
ru - ined
in
might - y
Tho' nu-m'rous hosts of
gloom- y
When troub-le, like a

He saw

foes,

cloud,

sing thy
loved me

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great
not -

with-

my

Tho' earth and hell


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all;

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saved
safe

lov

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lov

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me,

from

my
my

lost

es

tate,

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has

al

my

near

ness,

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kind- ness,

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ness,

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ly

kind
kind
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song

me
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His
His
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claims a

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how

free!

great!

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good!

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ness,

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ness,

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oh,

ness,

oh,

how
how
how
how

free!

great!

strong!

good

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WORSHIP

18

Majestic Sweetness Sits Enthroned


And

Him

set

at

His own right hand. Eph. 1:20

Thomas

Samuel Stennett, 1727-1795

3
T

Ma

1.

e)

sweet

tic

tal

can

ness
with

owe

my

life

His

boun

ty

No

mor

3.

To

Him

4.

Since from

K^
BE

=3=

throned, Up
com - pare,
and
breath, And
re - ceive
Such

en

sits

on

Him

mong
all

proofs

-l'3>

iour's
of

His
Fair

men;

vine,

head

with

ra

er

is

He

diant
than

me

tri

umph

:g

glo

ries

crowned,

all

the
to

give,

4k-

UJM

fill

me from

Lord, they should

the

be

all

flow.
train.

grave.
Thine.

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Ye Nations Round the Earth

19
Make

a joyful noise unto the Lord,

all ye

lands. Psalm 100:1

Genevan
Isaac Watts,

rn
1.

2.
3.

4.

Psalter.

1551

Louis Bourgeois, C.1510-C.1561

1674-1748

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the earth, re- joice Be - fore the Lord, your sov'reign King;
Ye na-tions
The Lord is God; 'tis He a -lone Doth life and breath and be - ing give;
En - ter His gates with songs of joy, With prais-es to His courts re - pair,
The Lord is good; the Lord is kind; Great is His grace, His mer - cy sure;
.(52.

SI
24

death,

with grace o'er


the heav'n - ly

lips

That

fair

ver

And saves

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lips

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with grace o'er - flow,


train,
That fill
the heav'n - ly
And saves me from the grave,
be Thine,
Lord, they should all
His

thou

A
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He makes
Had
I

have;

di

brow;

the
the
the
of

tEEt

sons
joys
love

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Ye Nations Round the Earth

AND ADORATION

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Him with cheerful heart and voice, With all your tongues

His glo-ry sing.


His work, and not our own; The sheep that on His pas-tures live.
di
vine
em
-ploy
To
make it your
pay your thanks and hon-ors there.
the whole race of man shall find His truth from age to
age en - dure.

We

are

And
And

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the Unsearchable Riches


That

Fanny

J.

should preach

20

the unsearchable riches of Christ. Eph. 3:8

Crosby, 1820-1915

John R. Sweney, 1837-1899

1.0

the un-search-a - ble rich - es

of Christ !

Wealth that can nev-er be

O
O
O

the un-search-a - ble rich - es

of Christ !

Who shall their greatness de -clare

2.
3.

4.

the un-search-a - ble rich-es

of Christ!

the un-search-a -ble rich-es

of Christ!

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Jew-els whose lus- ter our lives may a - dorn, Pearls that the poor-est may wear.
Mak-ing the souls of the faith-ful and true Hap - py wher-ev - er they go.
Tri - als, af-flic-tions, andcross-es on earth, Rich - es like these to se -cure!

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D. S.

the

uvrsearch-a

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WORSHIP

21

Wonderful Jesus
And,

am

lo,

with you alway.

Matt.

28:20

James Rowe, 1865-1933

J.

P.

Denton, 20th Century

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1.
2.'

3.

Won - der
Won -der
Won -der

Je
Je
Je

ful
ful
ful

glo

sus!
sus!
sus!

ri

show-ing

ous
the

friend!

He

way

In

the

night

He

thro'

all

will

be

to

the
en

will

:i

me

with

bless - ed
fold me,

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light;

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end,

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my

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the morn - ing breaks on

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ev

wrong.

me

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whole.
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sus

more."

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mar-velous

King!

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er His praise

my

spir

shall

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sing,

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be-

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AND ADORATION

PRAISE

There

No Name So Sweet on Earth

Is

And thou shalt


George W. Bethune, 1805-1862

His name Jesus. Matt. 1:21


William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868

call

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1.
2.
3.

There is no name so sweet on earth,


'Twas Ga - briel first that did pro-claim,
And when He hung up - on the tree,
now up - on His Fa-ther s throne,
So
v

4.

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As

that be - fore
That name which now
That all might see
From sin and pains,

No name so dear in heav - en,


To His most bless-ed moth - er,
They wrote His name a - bove Him,
Al -might -y

to

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us

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His won-drous birth To Christ the Sav - iour


and ev - er - more We praise a - bove
all
the rea - son we
For - ev - er - more must
He ev - er reigns The Prince and Sav - iour,

giv
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WORSHIP

23

Jesus

Christ

all,

is

and

in all. Col. 3:11

Will L. Thompson, 1847-1909

Will L. Thompson, 1847-1909

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1.

2.
3.

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

is

all

is

all

is

all

is

all

Sm
4.

the
the
the
the

S3

frf
He

my

is

Oh,

world to
world to
world to
world to

Him

how

could

this

and He
ny,

Him when

gives

my

tri -

als

bet

them

When He's

so
Life's fleet-ing

all;

sore;
be;
friend;

I'll

ter

m
s^ ^

Him

With-out

want no

joy,

Him

f
lii=

day,

Friend de

my

life,

Friend in
And true to

trust

I'll

My
My

for bless-ings,

Him now,

ESS
p~~

me,
me,
me,
me,

strength from day to

to

trust

go

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Me

the World to

Is All

would

o'er and
true to

fall,

o'er,

me?

days shall end.

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When I am
He sends the

Fol-low-ing Him
Beau-ti

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ful

life

Sun

am
and

rain,

har

low

by

ing
nal

Him,

ter

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joy,

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sends the har- vest's gold - en grain;
watch-es o'er me day and night;
I know I'm right,
with such a Friend; Beau-ti - ful life that has no end;

sad
to Him
I
go,
sun-shine and the rain,

Renewal 1932 by W.

L.

Thompson,

Jr.

p;i F
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my
my
my
my

Friend.
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Friend.
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PRAISE

My
And

to

know

the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge. Eph. 3:19

?^

For

3.
4.

a - mazed in

stand

1.

me

it

He took my
When with the

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Charles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932

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2.

24

Saviour's Love

Charles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932

the

pres

was

in

the

gar

sins

and

my

sor

ran-somed in

ence Of

den
rows,

glo

ry

Je

His

face

at

Naz

rene,

shall

last

see,

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sus

He prayed: "Not My will, but Thine;"


He made them His ver - y own;

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And won - der how He could love me,


A
sin-ner, con-demned, un - clean.
He had no tears for His own griefs, But sweat-drops of blood for mine.
He bore the bur - den to Cal - V ry, And suf-fered, and died a - lone.
Twill be my joy through the
a - ges
To sing of His love for
me.

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25

The
am

Lily of the Valley

the Rose of Sharon, and the Lily of the Valleys.

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all

will

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2.
3.

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in

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have found a friend

1.

IS

S.S.

Arr. from William

Charles VV. Fry. 1637-1882

wm

He's ev-'ry- thing to me, He's the


and all my sor -rows borne; In
tempnor yet for - sake me here, While I

sus,

tak - en,
leave me,

nev - er

er,

Hays, 1837-1907

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of ten thousand to my soul;


tion He's my strong and mighty tow 'r;
live by faith and do
His bless -ed will;
fair -est

The

ta

all

of

theVal-ley,

in

Him

for- sak- en,

and

wall of

a -bout me, I've

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for

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all

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now

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to fear,
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now He keeps me by His pow'r.


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heart, and

With His man - na

row
the

sweep-ing

fair -est

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He's my
world for

com
-

sake

up

to

glo

me,

and

Sa

ry

to

see

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thousand

to

soul.

=^

trou

in

fort,

ten

of

my
me

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ble
'tan

tempt

His

bless

ed

stay,
sore,
face,

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Je

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tells

me

ev

sus
ers

'ry
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care
car
safe
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light

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on
ly
shall

ft

Him

to

roll,

the
er

goal,

reach
ev

roll,

He's
He's
He's

the
the
the

PRAISE

AND ADORATION

20

What Tender Mercy


God, who

is

rich in mercy, for

His great love

w herewith He

loved us. Eph. 2:4

^mmmm^^^m

Wm.

Henry Gardiner, 19th Century

When
When
When

1.

2.
3.

see
see
Bee

William A. Ogden, 1841-1897

way my Sav way my Savway my Sav -

the
the
the

iour leads
iour leads
iour leads

m ^^^

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by

day,

with

me,

my

days,

day
ly

blessed

Then
Then

bow my head
sad
ly
know how weak and un

grate ful heart


-

-s^J:

3-"

de - serv
deep thanks - giv

is

?.
How

d
I

With-out

my

To

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'

could have gone a - stray.


Him I'd count-ed be. Oh,
lips spring songs of praise.

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what ten

der,

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Oh,

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and

lov

ing

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cy!

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In

Car - ing for


me
Bear -ing pa- tientHow He crowned and

me,
me,
me,

ing Shep-herd,

I.

From His

fa

dwell-ing

place

bo

fair.

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31

WORSHIP

Take the Name of Jesus with You

27

There

gj

none other name

is

J. J*

Take the name of Je


Take the name of Je

1.

2.

3.

Oh!

4.

At

whereby we must be saved. Acts 4:12


William H. Doane, 1832-1915

1809-1874

I.ydia Baxter,

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sus with you,


sus ev - er
the pre-cious name of Je - sus;
the name of Je - sus bow - ing,

r~

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Child of

As

hl

sor-rowand

of

woe

a shield from ev - 'ry snare;


How it thrills our souls with joy,
Fall - ing pros-trate at His feet,
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com -fort

Take

then wher-e'er you go.


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

will

joy and

give

you,

a& ^-H -P-ECS


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O how

Pre-cious name,

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how sweet

Pre-cious name,

Precious name,

32

1
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Hope of earth and joy

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of heav'n,

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heav'n.

O how sweet, how sweet,

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PRAISE AND ADORATION

Heavenly Sunlight
Unto you that fear
H.

J.

Zelley,

My name

shall the

Sun

28
Mai. 4:2
George H. Cook, 20th Century

of righteousness arise.

1859-1942

ptfipirirt_illii
of my jour-ney,
sun - light, all
a - bove me,
a -round me, shad-ows
er re - joic - ing,
the bright sun light, ev

2.

Walk-ing
Shad-ows

3.

In

1.

in

ver the moun-tains,

Nev -

my

con-ceal

er

Press-ingmy way

to

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through the deep
Sav - iour and

man

sions

vale;

Je

Guide;
bove;

He

has

sus

the

is

Sing-ing His

said, "I'll

nev

Light, in
prais - es,

Him

er

for

is

no
I'm

glad-ly

sake thee,
dark-ness;

walk-

ing,

Refbain

Prom - ise di - vine that nev - er can


Ev - er I'm walk - ing close to His
Walk ing in sun - light, sun-light of
-

fei

t*

fail.

Heav-en

side.

ly

sun

ly sun-light, Flood-ing

my

light,

4=^

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heav-en

love.

soul with

glo

ry

di

vine;

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J5

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jah!

am

re

joic

iiiillpH
-

ing,

Sing-ing His prais -es, Je

sus

is

mine.

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33

WORSHIP

We're Marching to Zion

29

Let the children of Zion be joyful in their King. Psalm 149:2


Isaac Watts, 1674-1748
Refrain by Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

1.

Come,

2.

Let

3.

The
Then

4.

we

of

fuse
Zi

our

songs

re

hill

let

the Lord,
sing
to

love

that

those

3=

Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

And

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let

Who
A

nev
thou
on yields
ev
a - bound, And

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'ry

sa - cred
tear
be

a song with sweet ac - cord,


dren of the heav 'n -ly King,
Be - fore we reach the heav'n -ly fields,
We're marching thro' Im-manuel s ground,
in

chil

mw?

in
a song with sweet ac- cord,
the heav'n-ly King,
chil-dren of
we reach the heavn-ly fields,
fore
We're march-ing thro' Im-man-uel's ground,

Join

But
Be -

I
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And

round the throne,

May

thus
speak

their

Or

walk

the

joys
gold

To

fair

er

worlds

And

thus

sur

sur-round the throne,

a - broad,
en streets,

ffr

We're march
ing
We're march-ing on
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to
to

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on,
on,

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thus sur-round the


speak their joys a
walk the gold - en
fair - er worlds on

May
To

ww

high,

t\fr

on

Refkatn

sweets
dry;

fe

^3 f=* *
But

known,
God;

be

joys

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Join

33

knew our

er

on,

on,
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Zi - on,

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PRAISE

AND ADORATION

30

Wonder, Often Wonder

And His name

shall

Wonderful. Isa. 9:6

be called

Edwin

Charles

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1-929

1853

Pollock, b.

iHpl^liii^
i.

2.

3.

won-der, oft
won-der, oft
won-der, oft
-.

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heav

- en,

deem

fol -

3^

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man-sion

fair

me;

for

bright home a - bove


gra - cious be
yet
so

From His

er
lies,

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won - der, Just how it came to be That there is up in


won - der, Just why His ten-der love Brought down the dear Re
won - der, That He can bear with me,En - dur - ing all my

en
en
en

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And then
And
And

SP^T^FTT

do

then do
then do

re re re -

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mem
mem
mem

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bi

ber That
ber That
ber His

A-

r-

the dear Son of God Once shed for reb - el sin - ners His own a - ton - ing blood
on the shameful tree The Sav - iour made a-tonement For ten - der love of me.
is
so pa - tient Be-cause .He so loves me.
grace is rich and free,And that He
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dwell

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place.

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35

WORSHIP

Seeking for Me

31
/ will

1.

3.

4.

sheep, and seek them out.- -Ezek. 34:11

Je
Je
Je
Je

E. E. Hasty, 19th Century

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2.

My

both search

Unknown

Source

sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,

my
my
my
my

Sav-iour,
Sav-iour,
Sav-iour,
Sav-iour,

Beth - le-hem came, Born in a


man-ger to
on Cal - va-ry's tree, Paid the great debt, and my
the same as of old, While- 1 was wan -d 'ring ashall come from on high Sweet is the prom-ise
as
to

sor -row and shame; Oh, it was won - der-ful blest be His name! Seek-ing for
soul He set free;
Oh, it was won -der-ful how could it
be? Dy - ing for
Gen-tly and long did He plead with my soul, Call-ing for
far from the fold,
wea-ry years fly;
Oh, I_ shall see Him de - scend-ing the sky, Com-ing for

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For me!.

me,
me,
me,
me,

for
for
for
for

Oh,
Oh,

it

Gen
Oh,

me!
me!
me!
me!

tly
I

and long did He plead with my


see Him de-scend-ing the

shall

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Call ing for me


Com - ing for me

Seek-ing for me
Dy-ing for me
Call-ing for me!
Com-ing for me

me Seeking for me
me Dy - ing for me
Call-ing for me Call-ing for me
Coming for me Com-ing for me
Seeking for
Dy-ing for

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was won - der-ful blest be His name! Seek-ing


was won -der-ful how could it be? Dy -ing

it

Seek-ing for me
Dy - ing for me

for
for
soul, Call - ing for
sky, Com-ing for

PPl^

me,
me,
me,
me,

for
for
for
for

me!
me!
me!
me!

FeF

AND ADORATION

PRAISE

Sweet
/ bring

you good tidings

of great joy. Luke 2:10

^^

William T.

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

Oh, wondrously sweet


Oh, wondrously sweet

the

sto

2.

is

His

iner

3.

Oh, beau-

ry of

Je

1.

ti -

ful sto

is

sus,

- li-

est,

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bain

\s

sto-ry

sweet-est that ev

er

was

hove,
grace,
told,

U" k=Uc=U=P"-

sin

ners,

And

bless this poor world with His love.

pas

sion,

For

pur- est, most pre

did He not die in our


God could to mor-tals un

To make an a-tone-ment for


And wondrously rich His comho

b.

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33

The

The

E^

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The

Giffe,

ry,That Je - sus came down from a


cy. And wondrous-ly free is His

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32

the Story

Is

cious,That

place ?
-

fold

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is

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The

Saviour grows sweeter and dear

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His love
3*:

is

more precious each day

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WORSHIP

33

We

Brethren,

Have Met

Worship

to

Praying
for me, that utterance may be given unto me. Eph. 6:18, 19
William Moore, 19th Century
George Atkins, 19th Century
.

mm^i

flflMTJ

Breth-ren, we have met to wor-ship


2. Breth-ren, see poor sin - ners round you
us?
3. Sis - ters, will you join and help
us love our God su-preme-ly,
4. Let
1.

**

1*

dore the Lord our God;

Slumb' ring on the brink of woe;

Mo
Let

ses'

us

^3J2J.

fifjb

And

sis - ter aid


love each oth

ai

Will

Death
Will

Let

j.

too;

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25

i
is

vain

is

vain,

them

Then

He'll call
"&"

'

all

un
un
a
us

less the
less the

bout the

home

to

'

+.

Spir - it
Spir - it
Sav'- iour

heav

en,

E^=

Of the Ho - ly
Of the Ho - ly
Tell them that He
At His ta - ble

<

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All
All
Tell

fe*

m m

^i

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&

er

you pray with all your pow - er, While we try to preach the Word?
is
com-ing, hell is
mov-ing, Can you bear to
let them go?
you help the trem-bling mourn -ers Who are strug-gling hard with sin?
us love and pray for
sin - ners, Till
our God makes all things new.

ISP
fc^s

jJ

3jJ 3^N*gUtb *j.

'

ed him;

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j. j-W jr~j.

One comes down


One comes down;

will

be

we'll sit

y.f f

found;

down;

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Breth-ren, pray, and


Breth-ren, pray, and
Sis - ters, pray, and
Christ will gird Him

'^m

ho
ho
ho
-

self,

ly
ly
ly

man
man
man

na
na
na

and serve us

be show-ered
be show-ered
be show-ered
With sweet man-na

Will
Will
Will

all

a - round.

all

a - round.
a - round.
a - round.

all
all

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DEVOTION

We Come

Saviour,
My

sheep hear

My

voice,

and

know them, and

Thee

to

Me.John

they follow

Mrs. L. M. Evilsizer, 19th Century

34

S.

10:27

19th Century

Perry,

J.

^PiPilP
Sav
Sav
Sav

1.

2.
3.

iour,

- iour,
-

ir i-

&

iour,

we come
we pray
we trust
|g rt -

to Thee
to Thee,
in

In

In

ev

are

we

er

be

^_5
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doth see

eye

^
a

a
A

Seek- ing Thy


Gen - tie and

Wher
-~I

e'er

we

mil

our sim-plic

3_

As
roam; And
j

ty,

ty,

Lambs

of

Ti

us

to

Know -ing Thine

"T

bless -ing

in

the days

oh,

'tis

T-

g ^

of

sweet

to

now, While at Thy


old,

Keep us

with-

know That where-so

0ttf^E
'

Refeain

^P^:

we bow, O ten-der Shepherd ,Thou, Guide us a- bo ve.


Thy fold; While weThyface be-hold,Rest we se - cure,
e'er we go Thou dost the pathway show, Leading us home.

feet
in

nest plea, Help

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Granfus Thy

love;

pure

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fold

hu

Heed Thou our ear

Thee,

our

Sav- iour,

O Sav -iour dear,

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To Thee our hearts draw near jHearThouourpray'r

m*fe

&

s:

sin-cere, And

i PPP

meet with us here.

in
39

WORSHIP

35

Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing


Hitherto hath the Lord helped us. I Sam. 7:12

John Wyeth, 1770-1858

Robert Robinson, 1735-1790

m
>

fry; .r

Come, Thou Fount of ev


Here I raise mine Eb

1.
2.

jgl

grace

to

3.

BEg

'ry bless

en

ing,

Tune my heart

zer;

Hith-er
Dai - ly

or

rfc

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to

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sing Thy grace;


by Thy help I'm come;
I'm con-strained to be!

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how great a debt

gji

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Streams of mer

And
Let

fc&t

Thy

nev

ceas - ing,
hope, by Thy good pleas - ure,
fet - ter,
good - ness, like a
-

cy,

er

for songs of
Safe-ly
to
ar
Call

Bind

my

*-

est praise,
at home,

wan-d' ring heart to Thee:

J-

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Teach me some

me - lo - dious
me when a

Je - sus sought
wan - der, Lord,
Prone to

son

net,

stran-ger,
feel

it,

Sung by flam - ing tongues a-bove;


Wan-d 'ring from the fold of God;
I love;
Prone to leave the God

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3:

mount I'm fixed up-on it Mount of Thy re - deem-ing love.


He,
to res - cue me from dan-ger, In - ter-posed His pre-cious blood.
Here's my heart, O take and seal it; Seal it for Thy courts a - bove.

Praise the

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MEN.

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DEVOTION

Wonderful Words of
The

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

1.

Sing them o

2.

Christ, the bless-ed One,

3.

Sweet -ly ech

ver

a
the

gain to
gives to
gos - pel

ftpyy^yip

-Efr-JJ^F-|
me more

Let
Sin

Of

ner,
fer

me,
all

call,

ft

par -don and

peace

to

Words

of
so

All

life

free

sus,

on

and

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words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.John 6:63

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There Shall Be Showers of Blessing

37

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Me

Jesus Loves Even


As the Father hath loved Me,

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Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

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39

Tread Softly
Hold

Fanny

thy peace at the presence of the Lord

God. Zeph.

1:7

William H. Doane, 1832-1915

Crosby, 1820-1915

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lent,
lent,
lent,

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si

si

si -

whis - per is heard, Be si - lent, and


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Breathe humbly our prayer, A fore - taste of
His mer_- cy re - cord; Be si - lent, be

lent,
lent,
lent,
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Jesus Calls Us
T/zej forsook

Cecil F. Alexander, 1818-1895

all,

and followed Htm. Luke 5:11


William H. Jude, 1852-1922

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1.

2.

Je
Je

3.

In

4.

Je

1-2:3.

44

sus
sus
our
sus

our life's wijd, rest -less seaj


o'er the tu - mult Of
from the wor-ship Of the vain world's gold-en store,
joys and
in
our sor - rows, Days of toil and hours of ease,
calls
calls

us,
us,

calls

us:

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by Thy mer-cies,

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may we

hear Thy

call,

DEVOTION

Jesus Calls Us

Day by day His sweet voice sound-eth, Say-ing: "Chris-tian, fol - low Me."
- dol
Say-ing: "Chris-tian, love Me more.
From each
that would keep us,
Still
He calls, in cares and pleas-ures: "Christian, love Me more than these.
Give our hearts to Thy
o - be-dience, Serve and love Thee best of
all.
i

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Lord,
The parched ground

become

a pool,

and the

thirsty land springs of

water. Isa. 35:7


William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868

Elizabeth Codner, 1824-1919

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Lord,

Pass
Pass
Pass

hear

me
me
me

not,
not,
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sr

41

Hear of Showers of Blessing

shall

of show 'rs of bless

ing
Thou art scat-t'ring full and free;
O gra - cious Fa - ther! Sin - ful though my heart may be;
O ten - der Sav - iour! Let me live and cling to Thee;
O might- y Spir - it! Thou canst make the blind to see;
so pure and change-less, Blood of Christ, so rich and free,

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re -fresh -ing; Let some drops now fall
on
Thou might'st leave me, but the rath - er Let Thy mer - cy light on
vor, Whilst Thou'rt calling, oh, call
I
am long ing for Thy fa
Speak the word of pow'r to
of
it,
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WORSHIP

42

Thy Boundless Love

Jesus,
To know

1.

Je

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knowledge. Eph. 3:19

the love of Christ, which passeth

Paul Gerhardt, 1607-1676 Alt.


Trans, by John Wesley, 1703-1791

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my

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DEVOTION

Love Divine,

43

Love Excelling

All

Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us.l John 3:1
John Zundel, 1815-1882

Charles Wesley, 1707-1788

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Pure, un-bound-ed love Thou art;
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bove;
al - ways bless-ing; Serve Thee as Thy hosts a
place
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in heav'n we take our
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sus,

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us

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we

En

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WORSHIP

44

Come, Gracious
He

guide you into

will

Heavenly Dove

Spirit,
all

truth. John 16:13

William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868

Simon Browne, 1680-1732

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xi

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Come, gra - cious


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to
Lead us
to
Lead us

1.

2.
3.

4.

i i i

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Spir
truth

ho
God,

heav'n-ly
us
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45

Isaac Watts,

God,

How

Endless

Is

Thy Love

have loved thee with an everlasting love. Jer. 31:3


Charles Edwin Pollock, b.

1674-1748

1853

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1.
2.
3.

My God, how end - less is Thy love! Thy gifts are ev - 'ry eve-nmgnew;
Thou spread'st the curtains of the night, Great Guardian of my sleep-ing hours;
con - se - crate my days;
yield my pow'rs to Thy com-mand;To Thee I
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My

God,

How

Endless

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Thy Love

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And morn-ing mer-cies from a - bove Gen-tly dis - til like ear - ly dew.
Thy sov- 'reign word re -stores the light, And quick-ens all my drow - sy pow'rs.
Per - pet - ual blessings from Thine hand De - mand per-pet-ual songs of praise.

H C4g-g

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How

Oh,
He

is

altogether lovely.

This

is

my

EFgE^

my

is

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2.

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tells

3.

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tells

4.

It

tells

46

Love Jesus

Beloved, and this

Friend. S.S. 5:16


Traditional Melody

a name I love to hear, I love to sing its worth; It sounds like


me of a Sav-iour's love, Who died to set me free;
It
tells
me
me what my Fa-ther hath In store for ev - ery day,
And though I
of One whose loving heart Can feel my deep-est woe,
Who in each

is

T
mu
of

The
His pre-cious blood, The
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in

sic

mine

ear,

sweet-est
sin

name on

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earth.
plea.

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love Je

sus,

tread a darksome path, Yields sun-shine all the way.


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WORSHIP

47

Sitting at the Feet of Jesus


Mary

sat at Jesus' feet

and heard His word. Luke 10:39

K. C. Minter, 20th Century

J.

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the feet
the feet
Seek-ing still the feet
When the toils of life
Sit - ting at
Lis-t'ning at

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Davis, 20th Century

sus, Watch-ing, wait-ing ev sus, His


com-mandto go
sus, I
would seek no oth ver,
race on earth

in
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day;

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DEVOTION

The Beatitudes

48

Matthew 5:3-12

From Matthew

Toews,

Jac. D.

1903

b.

D. Toews,

Jac.

1903

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2.

3.

Blest are

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a

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bless

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the

peace

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Their soul

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57

The Lord's mercies

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my

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I
name Thy hal-lowed name,
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me,

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Safely Through Another

64

Ye shall keep
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My

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Holy Day

66
The Son
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day of the week. Luke 24:

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68
The darkness and

My

Soul

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Sun of my soul, Thou bav iour dear, It is not night if Thou


When the soft dews of kind - ly sleep My wea-ry eye lids gen
A - bide with me from morn till eve, For with-out Thee I can -

Watch by the sick en


Come near and bless us
:

rich

the poor

be near-;
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not live;

With blessings from Thy boundless store;

when we wake, Ere thro'

way we

the world our

Oh,

may no

Be

my

earth-born cloud a

To hide Thee from Thy serv-ant's

rise

how sweet to rest

my
on
For-ev - er
A - bide with me when night is nigh, For with-out Thee I
Be ev - 'ry mourner's sleep to - night, Like in-fant's slumbers,
the o - cean of Thy love, We lose our - selves in
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my sun and shield,
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Hugh Wilson,
John Mason, 1634-1694
Let

eyes.

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69

take,

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Mine eve - ning sac


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EVENING

70

Saviour, Breathe an Evening Blessing


me down

/ will lay

in peace,

and sleep. Psalm 4:8


Jacob H. Hall, 1855-1941

James Edmeston, 1791-1867

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Ere re -pose our spir - its seal;


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WORSHIP

71

Remember Me

In Mercy, Lord,
Remember Thou me

Thy goodness

for

sake,

Lord. Psalm 25:7


William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868

Isaac Watts, 1674-1748

1.

2.
3.

In
mer
With cheer
if
Or

fe

cy, Lord,

re

mem

ber

heart
close
I
this night should prove
ful

Pf

my
the

me

Oh,

in

to

me most

the

morn-ing

Then take me

last,

And when

And

I
I

love to
love in
love to
love by

Thus,

wilt

end

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let
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me

rise

ised

rest,

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Where I

Thy
Thy
Thy

guard of
ing

in

may

sing

might.
love.
praise.

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He

the evening was come,

was there alone.Matt. 14:23


Charles Edwin Pollock,

Phoebe H. Brown, 1783-1861


Softly loith expression

the hours of
night,
not
re - move:
my tran - sient days,

all

Thou

Thy prom

to

72

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And fu ture good
Of bright-er scenes in heav'n,

mer-cies past,
take a
view
toilsome day is
o er,

think

when life's

while a
tude to

b.

'ry

b'ring care,

May

its

de

part

ing

ray

-A-

And spend the hours of set - ting day In hum - ble, grate
And all His prom - is - es
to plead, Where none but God
And all my cares and sor-rows cast On Him whom I
The pros-pect doth

Be calm

as

this

my

strength re-new, While here by


im-pres-sive hour, And lead to

tern

end

ful prayer.

can

hear.
a - dore.
pests driv'n.
day.
less

EVENING

73

Evening Praise
Our God, we thank Thee, and
Lois Loewen,

praise

Thy

name. I Chron. 29:13

glorious

1928

b.

Lois Loewen, b. 1928

We owe
We know

1.

an eve - ning song Of thank -ful-ness and


Thy love that we
are saved, And by
Thy grace we
that now the night has come, The day
is spent! but
the Lord

praise,

2. 'Tis through
3.

we have failed

4. If

do

His

Let's cast our

will

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And

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call

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we thank Thee

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needs must go

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this day,

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74

Saviour, Again to
Peace be with you

John

Thy Dear Name

all that are in

2:
2:
1.

2.

3.

4.

Sav
Grant
Grant
Grant

d-

iour,

gain

Thy

dear
on
our
Lord, through the
through - out
our
to

Thy peace
Thy peace,
Thy peace

us
us
us

Widdeman,

E. S.

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Christ Jesus. I Peter 5:14

Ellerton, 1826-1893

up

2:

earth

SK

With
With
Turn
Our

our
with

for

cord
gan,
us

in

sor

row,

one

ac

Thee
Thou
balm

be

stand

to

bless

Guard

the

lips

and

dan

Then,

Thou
harm
when

Thy

voice

dark
and

ly

life,

hymn
end

ness
our

in

of
-

stay

praise;

day:

to

light;
strife;

in

:i

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Thee
from

ere
sin,

our
the

ger

keep

Thy

snail

bid

our

Then
That

trust

ing

Thee

in

this

house

a
have

For

dark

and

light

are

Call

us,

Lord,

to

r-

the

wor

ship

^m

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Thy

called

up

both
Thine

cease;

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name we raise
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of

peace.

on

Thy

name.

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to
nal

peace.

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CLOSING

May

the Grace of Christ


II

John Newton, 1725-1807

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thegrace

1.

May

2.

Thus may we

Christour Sav-iour

of

bide

75

Corinthians 13:11-14

in

un

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And the Fa -ther's boundless love,


With each oth - er and the Lord,

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The Lord Be with Us


The grace
John

of

our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Rev. 22:21

The
The
The
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1.

2.
3.

4.

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be
be
be
be

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with
with
with
with

Thomas

Ellerton, 1826-1893

76

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us
us
us
us

as
as

each day

His

we walk

the night En
thro' the hours Of
till

bless-ings
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A. Arne, 1710-1778

3=*
we

re

long our home-ward


fold our day of
slum-ber calm and

His

Be

rest;

deep,

? I

Be - fore His courts we leave.


gift
of peace on
God.
talk,
Our hearts be near to
si - lent thought or friend - ly
ev - 'ry home the Guest.
He
of
ev - 'ry heart the Light, Of
tect our homes, re - new our pow'rs And guard His peo - pie's sleep.
all

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we

pray,

WORSHIP

77

Bless the
The Lord
Toews,

Jac. D.

Stanza

1.

2.
3.

4.

b.

Fanny

4,

J.

will bless

Words

His people with peace. Psalm 29:11

1903
Crosby, 1820-1915

1853

feet,
-

glow;

Safe from blight and stain of


sin,
Of-fered pray 'rand cheer - ful strain;

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Give Thou strength for wea-ry


With Thy vir - tues all
a

with Thy'Spir - it,


life,
Je - sus,
Keep us in
Thy fold, pro-tect us
Bless the words we here have spo - ken,

Je - sus, bless us
Clothe our walk of

Edwin

Charles

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Come

re -fresh
us with Thy man - na So
di - vine - ly pure
and sweet!
in - to
our hearts and teach us Thee more ful - ly yet
know.
to
Cleanse, re - fine
our thoughts and ac - tions, Come and reign Thou Lord with - in.
Thy will,
Lord, we pray Thee, Grant we all may meet
If
a - gain.

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We

Once More Before

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Part

Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving. Psalm 95:2

Benjamin C. Unseld, 1848-1923

Joseph Hart, 1712-1768

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1.

Once

more

2.

Lord,

in

3.

Still

on

4.

Now, Lord,

be

fore

Thy grace
Thy ho be

fore

we
we

came,

That

bless
bless

ly

Word

We'll

live,

and

we

part,

Help

us

to

part,

Oh,

the
ing

Sav

still

feed,
bless

iour's

name!

im
and

grow;

Thy

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72

Let

ev

We

met

And

still

Let

ev

'ry

heart

in

name,

In

Lord,
heart

And

tongue and ev - ry
Je - sus' sa - cred
go on
to
know the
'ry tongue and ev - 'ry

dore and praise the


Je'- sus' name we

same.

we

know.
same.

prac-tice

dore

what

and praise the

part.

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CLOSING

Lord, Dismiss Us with Thy Blessing


The Lord

79

and keep thee. Num. 6:24-26

bless thee

Ascribed to John Fawcett, 1740-1817


Alt. by Godfrey Thring, 1823-1903

Arr

fro,n

sidlian Melody,

1794

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us each,
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love pos - sess - ing, Tri-umph in
and
ad - o - ra - tion For Thy Gos of
Thy sal - va - tion In our hearts
us

Thy

Thy
of

love shall call

us,
us.

death ap -pall

with joy and peace; {


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May we ev - er, May we

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Trav-'ling thro' this wil-der-ness.


the truth may we be found;
end-less day.
Reign with Thee in

us,
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Dismiss Us with Thy Blessing, Lord

80

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly. Col. 3:16

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The Love of God

82

John 3:16
Frederick

Lehman, 1869-1953

LOVE

Frederick M. Lehman, 1869-1953

The love

1.

of

God

is

When hoar -y time shall


Could we with ink the

2.
3.

great -er far


pass a - way,
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fuse to pray,
quill,
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love of God,
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To
write the love
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The

God gave His Son


All meas - ure - less
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rec - on - ciled, And


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tain

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whole, Tho' stretched from sky

win;

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to
sky.

and pure! How meas-ure-less


and strong!
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gels' song.

more en

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to

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rights reserved.

GOD THE FATHER

Wondrous Love

83
God

He

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gave His only begotten Son. John 3:16

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Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon ns.l John 3:1
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Warren, 1867-1951

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Elliott

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GOD THE FATHER

85

God Moves

in a Mysterious

Way

O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God. Rom. 11:33
Anthony J. Showalter, 1858-1924
William Cowper, 1731-1800

1.

God moves

2.

Ye

3.

Judge not

fear

4.

His

5.

Blind

pur
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the Lord by
will
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to
so
for

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ev

per

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err,

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to

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form;

much dread

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But trust Him

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grace;
hour;
vain;

fci^i
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the sea,
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on your head.
bless-ings
Are big with mer - cy, and shall break In
smil - ing face.
prov - - dence He hides a
a frown -ing
Be - hind
the flow'r.
be
bit - ter taste, But sweet will
The bud may have a
And He will make it plain.
His own in - ter - pret - er,
is
God
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God

The mercy

of the

Lord

is

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to everlasting

1.

2.
3.

4.

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ev - er;
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E'en the hour that dark -est seem-eth
He with earth-ly cares en-twin-eth

He forms, and woe He

But His mer- cy

wan-eth

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78

Him. Psalm

4M-

103:17

All

light -ens;
nev - er;

SEE

the path

in

5
which we

move;

ges move;
Will His changeless good-ness prove;
Hope and com -fort from a - bove;

Worlds de-cay, and

God
God
From the mist His bright-nessstreameth; God
Ev - 'ry-where His glo - ry shin - eth; God

Bliss

that fear

D. M. Click, 19th Century


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LOVE

Such Love, Such Wondrous Love

87

Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us. I John 3:1
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a worth-less slave to
are done,
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GOD THE SON

Oh, Such Wonderful Love

88
I.

Me may

That the love wherewith Thou hast loved


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Love

me
me
me
me

found
found
found
found

found
found
found
found

1836-1920

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I'll

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me

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me, "Come, wea - ry, heav -yme,


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me,
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me, Where I
shall know as

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Love
breath, Love
gives
gold- paved street, Love
dark
from

long withstood His grace, Love


ad - vo - cate
a- bove, Love
san - nas round the throne, Love

'

per

Arr. by

was

dor

He

mercy, for His great love wherewith

soul
seized

Sav-iour's

is

la

in

and
in
sin
out
Spir - it roused me
praise Him while He
reach the
when
I

The

sav

rich

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love

found

me

GOD THE SON

Word

90

The Word was made

flesh,

William W. Howe, 1823-1897

God Incarnate

of

and dwelt among us. John 1:14


Lowell Mason, 1792-1872

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2.

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The Church from her dear Mas

3.

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float

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make Thy Church, dear Sav

4.

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INCARNATION AND BIRTH

Hark! Are They Not Angels


Glory

God

to

in

91

the highest. Luke 2:14

Willmann, 19th Century

F. A.

Anna Toews

Trans, by

Friesen, b. 1912

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GOD THE SON

Joy to the World!

92

Rejoice greatly,

daughter of Zion.Zech. 9:9

From Psalm 98

mm

Arr. from George F. Handel, 1685-1759

Isaac Watts, 1674-1748

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4.

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world!

Joy
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to
to

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world

mm
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the ground; He
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glo - ries
King;

come;
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pare

Him

room,

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and
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songs

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the

as

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the curse
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And

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joy,

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as

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'

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MEN.

xi

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INCARNATION AND BIRTH

What Mean Those Holy Voices?

Hark!
Glory

to

God

on earth peace, good will toward men. Luke 2:14

John Cawood, 1775-1852

1.
2.

3.

93

Ait. by George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

Hark! what mean those ho - ly voi - ces, Sweet - ly sound-ing thro' the skies?
Peace
on earth, good-will from heav - en, Reach-ing far
as man
is found;
Haste, ye mor-tals, to
a - dore Him; Learn His name and taste His joy;

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Lo!
Souls
Till

th'an-gel

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re-deemed, and sins
in heav'n ye sing

re
for

joi

ces; Heav'n-ly

giv - en, Loud


be- fore Him,"Glo
-

hal - le - lu
our songs of joy
ry be
to God

jahs rise.

shall sound.

most high!"

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Hear them

tell

Christ

is

Let

us learn

born,

the won-droussto - ry, Hear them chant in hymns of joy:


the great A-noint-ed; Heav'n and earth His praises sing!
the won-drous sto - ry, Of
our great Re-deem-er's birth,

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ry in
the high -est, glo - ry! Glo
Oh,
re-ceive whom God
ap- point -ed For
Q pread the bright-ness of
His glo - ry, Till

'Glo

"j.

God most high!"


ry be
to
your Proph-et, Priest and King!
cov - er
all
the earth.
it

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GOD THE SON

94

Come,
now go

Let us

and

Ye

All

Faithful

which

see this thing

come

is

pass. Luke 2:15

to

Latin Hymn, 18th Century Trans, by Frederick Oakley, 1802-1880


Stanza 2, William Mercer, 1811-1873
John F. Wades Cantus Diversi 1751

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all

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Sing,

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4.

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greet

Thee,

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Lord.

INCARNATION AND BIRTH

95

Oh, Beautiful Star of Bethlehem


We

have seen His star in the east. Matt. 2:2


R. Fisher Boyce, 20th Century
Adger M. Pace, 1883-1959
Har. by Adger M. Pace, 1883-1959
Theme by R. Fisher Boyce, 20th Century

Oh, beau-ti
ueau-u
Oh, beau-ti
un,

2.
3.
.

ful Star of Beth


ful Star, the hope
ful
ju
Star, the hope

le-hem, shin-ing a -far thro' shadows dim,


of light, guid-ing the pil- grim thro' the night,
of rest, for the re-deemed, the good and blest,

ing a light for those who lone have gone,<have gone,) And guiding the wise men
ver the moun-tain till the break of dawn,(thedawn;)And m-to the light of
Yon-der in glo - ry when the crown is won, (is won;) PorJe-sus is now that

Giv

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on their way un - to the place where Je-sus lay,


per - feet day it will give out
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Star di - vine, brighter and brighter He will shine.

way

light the

in

the land

to

r"

hem, shine

J-i
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us

Star,

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us

un

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the glo-ry

dawn;

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le-hem,

glo-,, r y

dawn;

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Used by permission.

87

GOD THE SON

96

Star of the East


We

have seen His star

in the east. Matt. 2:2

Amanda Kennedy,
George Cooper, 1840-1905

^S^lpi
1.

2.

Star
Star

I i

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O Beth le hem
un-dimmed by each

the East,
the East,

of
of

19th Century
by Jesse R. Baxter, 1887-1960

Air.

Star,
cloud,

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us
on
the storms

if

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of

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hope

thou

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far;

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row

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from

us

sin

round us

AJ

lulled

rays

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thy

beam

to

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bright o'er the era - die and bright o'er the grave; Smiles of a Sav- iour are

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shore,

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grims of

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earth

ter earth's toil

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INCARNATION AND BIRTH

Town

Little
And

thou Bethlehem

among

art not the least

the princes of

Juda. Matt. 2:6


Lewis H. Redner. 1831-1908

Phillips Brooks, 1835-1893

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fit
O

2.

For Christ

lit

How
O

3.

4.

3^3

fppp

1.

si

town

of

Beth

is

born

of

Ma

ly

hem!

le

ry,

ly,

how

si

Child

of

Beth

=F

lent

le -

- ly,

h'em!

How

we see thee
And gath - ered all a The won - drous gift is
De - scend to
us, we

still

lie;

bove,
giv'n!

pray;

Ji'
'

H^

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A

bove thy deep and dream-less sleep The


si - lent
While mor-tals sleep, the
an - gels keep Their watch of
God im- parts to
So
hu - man hearts The bless -ings
en - ter
in,
Be
born in
Cast out our sin, and

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tie

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ho

97

Bethlehem

of

J=^

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"he"

feEE

stars go

by;

won-d 'ring

love.

us

FJ

Jl

His heav'n.

of

to

P-

day.

JET

:=drq=d
Yet

thy dark streets shin


to - geth
ing stars,
com
ear may hear His
an
hear the Christ-mas

No

We

eth
er

in

morn

ing,

gels,

The
Pro

ev - er
claim the

in
this
But
The great glad

And prais - eB sing


Where meek souls will

come

to

us,

to

re

all

the

God

the

ceive

Him

bide with

years
King,
still,

us,

last

Are

met

And peace
The
Our

ti

in

thee

to

men

on

sin,
tell;

ft*..

to

Em man

birth!

dings

dear Christ en

Lord

ing Light;

ho - ly
world of

mm

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The hopes and fears of

earth.

ters
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night.

in.
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GOD THE SON

98

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks


Fear not,

Nahum
:tfl

for,

behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy. Luke 2:10

Tate, 1652-1715

_jLp

Richard

-X

3.

Willis,

1819-1900

a^i^PS^^ii

j^g-a-

While shep- herds watched their flocks by night, All seat- ed


"To you, in
Da- vid's town this day, Is
born of
Thus spake the ser - aph, and forth-with Ap-peareda

1.

2.

S.

on

Da

ground,

the
-

Hue,

vid'a

shin-ing

throng

i=i^=fel=i

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&

^
The
The
Of

an
Sav
an

gel

of

liliiis

*=B

the

iour,

who

gels

prais-ing

is

Lord came down, And

glo

And

this

Christ

the Lord,

God,

and thus

ry

shall

shone a
be

Ad-dressed their joy

-i

round.

the

sign

ful

song

i-

ft
fcfc

f?*

"Fear not," said


The heav'n - ly
"All

glo

ry

he,

*
for

might

dread

Babe you

there shall find

be

God

to

fe

=n

on

high,

i=S=g

Had

To hu

And

to

man view
the

bring To
of gre>at joy
I
ti - dings
you and
mean.- ly
wrapt in swath- ing bands, And
in
a
Good - will hence- forth, from heav'n to men, Be - gin and
All

gppi

PP

dis

mind,

earth be

played.

peace:

m^m

"Glad

90

P^W

seized their troub-led

-F-

ii

man

all

man-ger
nev

-w-j

kind."
laid."

er

cease."

^
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INCARNATION AND BIRTH

Room
Emily E.

1.

Thou didst

2.
3.

Heav-en's
Fox - es

4.

Thou

5.

When the

cam

leave
arch

es

to earth

shade

of the

Thy

ing

found no

come

to

Lord, with

to

for

peo

vie

al

de

est
pie
to

room For Thy


earth,

And

the
the
the

r^

n*

liv

choirs

ho - ly
in great-est

na
hu

tiv

mil

r=t

crown,

When Thou

gels

sang,

Of

Thy

had their nests In


the
ing
Word That should
shall

At

sing,

Thy

le-hem's home there was


birth didst Thou
sod,
Thou
ing and scorn, and with
ly

was the

me

home, say -

ing,

Gal

Cal

side

Oh,

come

my

to

va-ry.
for Thee.

E^

ii

1840-1908

ly

birds

its

Son of God,
In the des-erts of
crown of thorn Did they take Thee to
"Yet there is room, "There is room at my

2fc

king
an -

But in Beth But


low in
But Thy couch
But with mock Thou wilt call

cree;
tree;
free;

ry

FiB

Thy

and

me;

for
-

cam-est,

and

rest,

heav-ens shall ring

and Thy roy

com

throne, and
rang, when

their

birth,

set

Ira D. Sankey,

Thy

found

est

i)9

the inn. Luke 2:7

in

1836-1897

Elliott,

S.

Thee

for

There was no room for them

t=t
jjit^HSU-TS

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heart, Lord Je-sus! There

is

**

room

in

my

heart for Thee.

l-T*"

mm

Oh,

come

to

my

mm

heart, Lord

Je

sus,

come! There

is

room

in

*=

my

:?st

heart

A -men.

for Thee.

GOD THE SON

100

Holy Night!

Silent Night!
And found

the babe lying in a

Joseph Mohr, 1792-1848


Trans, by John Freeman Young,

Si
Si
Si

1.

2.
3.

t^ot
Ho
Ho
Ho

lent night!
lent night!
lent night!

ly

ly
ly

night!
night!
night!

All

Franz Grueber,

calm,

is

1787-1863

is
bright,
at
the sight!
love's^ pure light

all

Shep - herds quake


of
Son
God,

=*
=6: i

PP

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1820-1885

=3^

manger. Luke 2:16

^czz:

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vir - gin moth-er and Child; Ho - ly In - fant, so ten der and mild,
stream from heaven a - far,
Heav'nly hosts
sing al - le - hi - ia.
diant beams from Thy ho - ly face, With the dawn of re - deem - ing grace,
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Glo

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Sleep

in

Christ, the

Je

heav - en Sav - iour,

sus, Lord,

at

peace,
born!

Sleep

is

Thy

birth,

Je

ly

in

Christ, the

heav - en - ly
Sav - iour, is

sus, Lord,

Thy

at

peace.
born.
birth.

gi

101

To Us a Child of Hope
Unto us

a child

is

born,

John Morrison, 1749-1798

a son

is

Is

Born

given. Isa. 9:6


Lowell

Mason, 1792-1872

ferti^p^pppipppi^p
us

Ji.
3.

a , child
,
shall be

of
the
His pow'r, m-creas-ing,

S?
His name

hope
is
born,
To
us
Prince of Peace, For - ev still shall spread, His
reign

^jE fcEfcB^E

a
er

no

Son

is

more

end

giv'n,
-

dored.

shall

know;

INCARNATION AND BIRTH

To Us a Child of Hope

Him

shall

Won

Jus

the tribes of
earth o - bey,
der - f ul,
the Coun - sel - lor,
tice shall guard His throne
a - bove
-

2^

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Born

gm
<^<e:

a?
t
The

Is

:::h

Him, all the hosts


The great and might
And peace a -bound
fr*

EE

heav'n.
Lord.

of
-

y
be

of

the heavenly host praising

God. Luke

Thomas

James Montgomery. 1771-1854

102

2:13

Hastings,

issirita^iiliNi^
1.

2.
3.
4.

low.

Angels! from the Realms of Glory


A multitude

:zs

1784-1872

be*

An-gels! from the realms of glo - ry, Wing your flight o'er all the earth; Ye who
Shep-herds!inthe field a - bid -ing, Watch-ing o'er your flocks by night, God with
Saints! be-fore the al - tar bend-ing, Watch-ing long in hope and fear, Sud-denSinners! wrung with true repentance, Doomed for guilt to end-less pains: Jus -tice

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- ry, Now pro-claim Mes - si - ah's birth:


re - sid -ing; Yon-der shineB the heaV"nly light: rv. Q
bome and
the Lord, de- scend-ing, In
His tern - pie shall ap-pear
re-vokes the sen-tence, Mer-cy calls you, break your chains

sang ere

man

now

iy

3J

a^

5fcE*

is

tion's sto

,,.
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smp

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now

'

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Christ, the

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93

GOD THE SON

Glory to God in the Highest

103
Glory
B. Elliott

God

to

in

the highest,

Warren, 1867-1951

JAvely

and on earth peace. Luke 2:14


B. Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

i^

:4:

1.

2.
3.

4.

-Sv

2_
Glo
Glo
Glo
Glo

ry
ry
ry
ry

to
to
to
to

God
God
God
God

in
in
in

P=3
herds
on
reach
ev
dies
good
ness
un
thro'
par - don

est!
- est!
- est!
- est!

the

Let
For
For

mel - oHis mer - cy and His


this won-drousplan
of

an

joy

its

gels to

Sing

'ry

land;

Christ,

to

all;

Oh,

our

-j^-

with

mu

Re

deem-

His

for
blest

How

blood;

ing

to

the

ful

1 **#=*

plain;

His

Said

the

^E^i=^

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shep

high
high
high
high

PP

.4:

the
the
the
the

in

&

love!

'tis

the
the
the

know

His

for-

sic
er,

I
i
sweet
freat
eep

bv

Christ has

est,
est,

est
ness,

give

come,

-^^"^"^

j1

Sav

&=&

er - more
to reign.
ap-peared to save from sin
by
His right hand,
er snown
sin - ful
to
mor - tals on
this ball,
Grant -ing full
sal - va - tion thro' the grace
of
God.

iour

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will

to

men";

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INCARNATION AND BIRTH

Glory to God in the Highest

#3
an

Let

gels

2*23
r3
cho

the

join

And

ras,

help

praise His name.

to

fccE

E=rfi

104

Zion's Glad Morning


They saw the young

child with

Mary His mother, and


-Matt.

fell

down and worshipped Him.

2:11

Arr.

Reginald Heber, 1783-1820

sM-

tn

5.

Vain

3.

from Harmonia Sacra

K
fc

--*-

4.

2.

1^

Hail the blest morn when


Bright-est and best
of
Cold on His era - die
Say, shall we
yield
Him,

1.

the great Me - di
the sons of the
the dew-drops are
in cost - ly
de

fer each

am

tor

morn

ing,
ing,

shin

vo

la

tion,
tion,

Down from
Dawn on
Low lies
O - dors
Vain

ly

the
our
His
of

with

ry
de - scends; Shep - herds, go wor - ship the
us Thine aid;
Star
of
the East,
the
howith the beasts of
stall;
An - gels a - dore Him in
the
dom and
of-f'rings di
vine,
Gems of
the moun - tain and
gifts would His
Rich - er
fa - vor
se - cure;
by
far
is
the
gions of
ness,

and

glo
lend

Jpj>_

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f f f

i=MM
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in the
man - ger; Lo! for His guard the bright an - gels
zon a - dom - ing, Guide where our in - f ant Re-deem - er
slum-ber re
clin - ing,
Mak - er, and Mon - arch, and Sav - iour
pearls of the o cean, Myrrh from the for - est, or gold from
heart's ad - o - ra - tion, Dear - er to
God are the prayers of

Babe

at

ri

is

m M
->-

tend,
laid,

of
all.
the mine?
the poor.

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..

95

GOD THE SON

105

The Old Rugged Cross

George Bennard, 1873-1958

George Bennard, 1873-1958

a hill far a - way stood an old rug-ged cross, The


em-blem of
Oh, that old rug-ged cross, so de-spised by the world, Has a won-drous atIn the old rug-ged cross, stained with blood so di- vine, A
won - drous
To the old rug-ged cross I will ev - er be true, Its
shame and re-

On

1.

2.
3.
4.

Sfi

ES

1 r-

'

t.

J*.

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suf-f'ring and shame; And I


love that old cross where the dear-est
trac-tion for me;
For the dear Lamb of God left His glo - Ty
beau-ty
I
see;
For 'twas on that old cross Je - sus suf-fered
proach glad-ly bear;
Then He'll call me some day to my home far

^IP
f
"
Ssfe
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^^te*^
*

^< J|?:*J

For a world of

lost

sin-nerswas
- va -

bear it to dark Cal


par don and sane - ti
Where His glo-ry for- ev - er
-

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i^s
r

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-v

slain.

So

ry.

fy

me.

I'll

share.

" *w

To
To

and best
a - bove
and died
a - way,

I'll

cher-ish the old rug-ged


cross,

the

5=K
M

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cross,
Till
old rug-ged cross,

mm
^^^

T~TT~t

old rug-ged
cross,
the

Hrfc
Copyright, 1913.
rights reserved.

my

1_^_5

J=M

a,

tro-phies at last

'.

k.

lay

down;

R P~F

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mm

And
cross,
old rug-ged cross,

will cling to

k.

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it

mrtf=&ig

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Used by permission.

Co.,

V~V

ex-change

owner.

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yrti

m
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some day

the

for

crown.

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copyright secured.

All
96

SUFFERING AND ATONEMENT

The Hand That Was Wounded for Me

106

He

was wounded for our transgressio?is. \sa. 53:5


Daniel B. Towner, 1850-1919
Hattie H. Pierson, 19th Century

3=B=

:^_l

i&:
The

1.

hand

2.

E'en

now

3.

The

hand

that

was nailed

the
thro'
a
tc

see,
can
I
that wrought won-ders

down to the world


stretched o'er the gulf
pre-cious than gems

be
of
or

low;
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gold,

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in

mist
days

beck- on

With heal- ing


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old,

now

ure

more

the souls that roam,

to

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and
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sal

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see,

my

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that

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for

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me

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me;

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He Was Nailed

107

Who
F.

Me

to the Cross for

bare oar sins in His

own body on

the tree. I Pet. 2:24

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108

Behold the Saviour of Mankind


Thy hands

Father, into

Samuel Wesley,

-Luke 23:46

tny Spirit.

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Be - hold the Sav - iour of man-kind Nailed to the shame ful tree;
Hark! how He groans while na-ture shakes, And earth' s strong pil - lars bend;

1.

2.

3.

commend

pre - cious ransom's paid! 'Re - ceive my soul!" He cries;


done! the
in
full glo - ry shine;
soon He'll break death's envious chain, And
'

'Tis

4.

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tern

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of

Lamb

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veil

that

Him

in

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head, and dies,

Was

love,

ev

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like

Thine!

109

Blood of Beasts

once into the holy place, having obtained eternal


redemption for us. Heb. 9:12
in

Isaac Watts, 1674-1748

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And hopes her guilt was
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sin.

there.
love.

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;OD THE SON

110

Now

The Eventide Falls Gently


Not My

Clara M. Brooks,

b.

will,

but Thine, be done. Luke 22:42

1882

B. Elliott

Warren, 1867-1951

With feeling

The

e-ven-tide falls gen -tly now, By Ked-ron's side, o'erOl-ive's brow,


fer-vent prayer for you and me
He wres-tled there in ag - o - ny;
And then be-fore His vi-sioncame The crown of thorns, the cru-el shame,
Geth-sem -a - ne!
O sa-cred place! Once more 1 see my Sav-iour's face;
In

And

thro' the

gloom me-thinks

see

With drops of sweat, of crim-son hue,


The scorn of those He sought to save,
It

shines

The gen

In tears

a-

new withglo-ry

now,

lone

The reek-ing

tie tone, thro' state-ly trees, Is borne up


While there
knelt, with troubled soul,

cup,
e'er

Lord,

pray,

this scene be-hold!

in

cross, the

prayer
with
si

And an-gels smooth His

He

"This bit-ter
Oh, let me

form

ly

His brow was wet as

Be -fore
Oh,

on the mur-m 'ring breeze,


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sup, take Thou a - way."
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Thouwilt."
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Him who there the vic-t'ry won, Whosaid in prayer, "Thy will be done!'

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SUFFERING AND ATONEMENT

Lead Me
When

come

they were

Jennie Evelyn Hussey,

King

my

of

2.

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3.

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me

4.

May

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to

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wi

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J.

like

for - get

William

crown Thee now, Thine shall the glo - ry be;


the tomb where Thou wast laid, Ten - der - ly mourned and wept;

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tomb, Lead me
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me.
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101

>OD THE SON

112

My

Arise,
My

Behold

Soul, Arise
My

hands,

side.-John 20:27
Lewis Edson, 1748-1820

ChaTles Wesley, 1707-1788

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1.

2.

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my

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soul, a - rise,
Shake off thy guilt - y fears;
ev - er lives a - bove, For
me to
in - ter-cede;
Five bleeding wounds He bears, Re -ceived on Cal - va - ry;
My God is rec - on - ciled, His par-d'ning voice I hear;

3.

4.

rise,

bleed -ing

His

all

re-

They pour efHe owns me

i^^dd

In
my be -half ap-pears;
His precious blood to plead;
fec-tual prayers, They strongly speak for me;
for
a child, I
can no Ion -ger fear;

Sac-

love,

^
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Be - fore the throne my Surety stands,

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His blood a-toned for all our race,


For-give him, oh! for-give, they cry,
With con - fi-dence I now draw nigh,

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With con -fi-dence I now draw nigh,

Be

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When

113

My name
And
Nor

And

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Survey the Wondrous Cross

By wliom the world

is

crucified unto we,

and

unto the world. Ga.\. 6:14

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Isaac Watts, 1674-1748


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grace,
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die.
let the ran-somed sin
Fa-ther, Ab - ba, Fa - ther, cry.
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vey the won-drous cross On which the Prince of glo - ry died,


Lord, that I should boast, Save in the death of Christ my Lord;
See, from His head. His hands, His feet, Sor - row and love flow min - gled down;
Were the whole realm of na - ture mine, That were a pres-ent far too small;

For

102

sur

bid

it,

SUFFERING AND ATONEMENT

When

Survey the Wondrous Cross

My

And pour contempt on

All

rich-est gain I
count but loss,
the vain things that charm me most,
Did e'er such love and sor-row meet,
Love so a - maz-ing, so di - vine,
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and

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night,
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on

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mid

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William B. Tappan, 1794-1849

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life,

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my

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my

all

sac - ri - fice them to


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thorns com-pose so rich a
crown?

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his

not

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sak - en
soothe the

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103

GOD THE SON

115

Nothing But the Blood


The blood

of Jesus Christ

His Son cleanse th us from

all

Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

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This
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All

sin. I John 1:7

Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

but
but
but
but
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Je
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SUFFERING AND ATONEMENT

He Loves Me

116

The Son of God, who loved me, and gave Himself for me. Gal. 2:20
Isaac Watts,

Source

1674-1748

Unknown

JSlowly

my Sav - iour bleed? And did my


did
for crimes that I
have done, He groaned up
in
dark ness hide, And shut his
Well might the sun
Thus might I hide my blush ing face While His dear
re - pay
The debt of
But drops of grief can ne'er

las!

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and

it

Sov - 'reign die?

Would He
maz
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de
-

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vote
pit

that
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When

God's own
Son was
Dis - solve
my heart in
Here, Lord,
I
give my

on
the tree?
glo - ries
in,
cross
ap - pears;
love
1
owe;

sa - cred head
For such a
worm as
I?
grace un-known! And love be - yond
de - gree!
cru
ci
fied
For man, the crea - ture's sin.
thank - ful - ness,
And melt mine eyes
to tears.
- self
a
way; 'Tis all that I
can
do.

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105

GOD THE SON

117

Cross of Christ,
Who

His own

Daniel T. Taylor,

b.

self

bare our sins

in

Sacred Tree

His own body on the tree. I

1823

Pet. 2:24

Albert H. Grove, 19th Century

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3.

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of
of

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Christ,

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sa
sa

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cred
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me

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die.
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pired the Son of
God;
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SUFFERING AND ATONEMENT

There

Is

There shall be a fountain opened


William Cowper, 1731-1800

i
1.

2.

118

a Fountain
for sin. Zech.

w p^H^^n w
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The

is

dy

a
foun
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3.

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4.

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s
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Drawn from Im - man-uel's veins;


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his
day;
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I
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a
no -bier, sweet - er song, I'll sing Thy power to

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A-men.

GOD THE SON

119

Christ Arose
He

not here, but

is

risen. Luke 24:6

is

Robert Lowry, 1826-1899


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RESURRECTION (EASTER)

Awake, Awake,
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the resurrection,

and the

Lucy Randolph Flemming, 19th Century

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1.

2.
3.

4.

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life. John
J.

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Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

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earth! Thy man-y voi - ces raise, And let the echo-ing
A-wake, a- wake,
earth! For -get the hour of gloom, When in thy shudd 'ring
A-wake, a-wake,
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Re-peat the note of


breast Thy Maker claimed a
best, Be-fore His pierc-ed
death Hath ris - en to His
hills

Let all the isles re - joice,


Put off thy win-try robes
While all thy sons are glad,
feet.
throne. He hath gone up on high,
praise.

tomb.

Let seas take


For garb of

And
And

tears are
giv

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the strain, Christ from the dead hath come, He lives, He lives a
fair,
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Sing "Christ is ris'n to
Let youth and age a - like
put
a - way,
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He lives, no more to die,
gifts to men;
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a
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up

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Look, Ye Saints

121
Thou
Thomas

Kelly,

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1.

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Crown the Sav

3.

Him

crowned

with glory and honour. Psalm 8:5


Ait.

2.

4.

1769-1854

de - ris
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sight

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This Is the Day the Lord Hath


This

the day which the Lord hath

is

Thomas

A. Arne,

day the Lord hath made, He calls the hours His


rose and left the dead, And Sa-tan's em - pire
With mes-sa -ges
of
Bless 'd is the Lord, who comes to men
Ho - san - na in the high - est strains The church on earth can

1.

This

2.

To

4.

122

made. Psalm 118:24

Isaac Watts, 1674-1748

3.

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is

the

own;

day

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He

123

Today

said. Matt. 28:6

Johann A. Freylinghausen, 1670-1739

3.

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1707-1788

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And praise sur-round the throne


joice, let earth be
all
His won - ders tell.
saints His tri-umph spread, And
save our sin - ful
God His Fa-ther's name, To
race.
heav'ns in which He reigns Shall give Him no - bier praise.

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1.

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2.

grace;

glad,

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M,

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re - deem and save.
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GOD THE SON

He Comes

124
He cometh

Behold,

2.

He
He

3.

Dear

4.

His

5.

Be

1.

J.

comes!

He comes

comes

no more

sin

ners,

loved,
hold,

Him. Rev.
Raymond Neff,

with clouds; and every eye shall see

A. Pratt, 19th Century

pet sound,

priest

dress;
your fate?

in

what

His own,

what won

with trum
will
all

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ly

be
hear His voice,
greets mine eye,

To wake
Each eye
The cry

Ten

the

slum-b'ring
each

shall see,
will
be,

bey
thou

1:7

19th Century

na - tions round; His par-d'ning love no more is found He


tongue con-fess: To judge the world in right-eous-ness
He
in
late,
en - ter
at heav- en's gate!" He
too late! To
Him re-joice; The way of life has been their choice: He
in
the sky! The end has come, de-struc-tion's nigh, He

His
sand

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in

call,

an

comes! He comes!
comes! He comes!
comes! He comes!
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The earth
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in

shall

fear

ful

the skies,

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sions
scene! ere

on
fair

call:

last- ing flight:

trumpet tones

112

a - rise
To
meet their Sav lour
tains quake, The
sea shall roar, the
vain
fall," In
at mer - cy's
us
erand bright They take their ev
tion groans, While loud
a - bove
the

fice He comes! He comes


a-wake He comes! He comes
Now doomed to swift de-struc - tion all He comes! He comes
There they shall walk with Him in white He comes! He comes
What peals of joy! what pierc-ing moans! He comes! He comes

No more

a bleed -ing

sac

heav -ens shake, The trumpet sounds, the dead


door they

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Christ the Lord


The coining
E. G. Wesley, I9th

of the

Century

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Lord draweth nigh. James 5:8


William W. Bentley, 19th Century

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Christ the Lord com-eth? earth's evening may bring Back to His vine-yard our
Christ the Lord com-eth? man know-eth not when, But when ye think not He

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wel-come the morn; Hath He not told us the hour draweth near; Watching and
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GOD THE SON

126

Face to Face with Christ


Now we

through a

see

glass, darkly;

but then face

to

face. I Cor. 13:12

Grant Colfax Tullar, 1869-1950

Carrie E. Breck, 1855-1934

Moderato

face with Christ

my

1.

Face

to

2.

On

ly faint

3.

What

re- joic

4.

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to face! oh, bliss -ful

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When
Face

His pres

mo-

iour, Face
to face what will it
be,
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ence, When are ban - ished grief and pain;
ment! Face to face to
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the crook -ed ways are straightened, And the dark things shall be plain.
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SECOND COMING

127

The Midnight Cry

At midnight there was a cry mode, Behold, the bridegroom cometh. Matt. 25:6
Robert E. Winsett, 1876-1952
Johnson Oatman, Jr., 1856-1926

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2.
3.
4.

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the weav-er And the day is swift-ly


ev-'ry day and hour keep watching, The time for His com-ing
Are your lamps all filled and read-y to be light -ed, Is the wed-dinggar-ment
Soon may ring that aw-ful cry "Be-hold He com-eth "In the twinkling, twinkling

Time is glid-ing
Youmust for Him

like the shut-tie of

pass-ing by; (swift-ly by;) If to-night should be the com-ing of the Bridegroom,
draw-eth nigh ;(draweth nigh;) In the hour when ye think not be -hold He com-eth,
now close by? (now close by?) Just outside the Bridegroom now may be approaching,
an eye; (of an eye;) Only those whom He finds watching will go with Him,
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GOD THE SON

The Bridegroom Soon Will Call Us

128

Behold, the bridegroom cometh. Matt. 25:6

From

will callus, Come, all ye wedding guests!


shall we see de - light - ed Our dear Redeemer's face,
They will not blirSh to own us As broth-ers, sis-ters dear,
In man-sions fair and spacious Will God the feast prepare,

1.

The Bridegroom soon

2.

There

3.

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1792-1872

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4.

Arr. by Lowell Mason,

John Walther, 1496-1570

May

not His voice ap-

Who leads our soulsbeLove ev

And ev

er will be
er kind and

us, While slumber binds our breasts; May all our lamps be burn-ing, And oil be
glo-ry by His grace; The pa-tri-archs shall meet us, The prophets'
night-ed To
shown us When we with them appear; We all shall come be-fore Him, Who for us
gracious, Bid
us its rich-es share; There bliss that knows no measure From springs of

pall

found in store, That we, with Him re ho - ly band, A - pos-tles, martyrs,


Man be-came, As Lord and God a love shall flow, And nev - er chang-ing

turn - ing, May o - pen find the door.


greet us
In that ce - les- tial land.
dore Him, And ev - er bless His name.
pleas-ure
His boun-ty will be -stow.

PBPS
Watchman,

129

Watchman, what
S.

S.

of the

Tell

Me?

night? Isa. 21:11

John W. Dadman, 1819-1890


Fine.

Brewer, 19th Century

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Watchman,
Have the

Gird

D.C.

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thy

bri

WaCchman,
the

all

saints

the

mank His

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see,

Signs thro'

All

me, does

tell

signs that

the light

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the earth are

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of earth now sleep -ing,

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Of
Yet

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round thee, Morn - ing dawns, a - rise, a - rise!
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coin

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SECOND COMING

Me

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break

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pet, sound-ing, Shall a

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the

in

skies;

earth and

sea,,

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130

Christ's Return
Behold,

come quickly. "Rev.

3:11

Oleta Hayes, 20th Century


Har. by Robert E. Winsett, 1876-1952

Oleta Hayes, 20th Century

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will soon be com -ing,


was wound-ed, bruised and beat-en,

1.

Christ our Lord

2.

He

3.

Soon we'll hear

the trum-pet sound-ing,

To
To

And we'll

see

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of sin and woe;


us from our sin;
our Lord on high,

this land
re- deem

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and be wait -ing,


We'll be gath-ered
in
His king-dom,
With the an - gels we'll be sing-ing

For He's com

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with
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GOD THE HOLY

SPIRIT

Blessed Quietness

131
He

you another Comforter, that

shall give

Manie

P.

He may

abide with you forever. John

W.

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sad-ness,All
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a-round this glo- rious Guest,
falls from heav-en, Like the sun-light from the sky,
sal - va-tion, Where we al - ways see His face!
ful

like
a
turned to

is

14:16

Marshall, 19th Century


Arr. by James H. Fillmore, 1849-1936

Ferguson, I9th Century.

His home.
and rest.
on high.
ing place!

tm&^m
qui-et-ness, ho

the storm-y

ly

qui-et-ness, Blest as-sur-ance

in

my

soul!

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sea

Je -sus speaks tome, And

the

bil-

lows cease to

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HOLY

132

The Comforter Has Come!


/

He

pray the Father, and

will

shall give

Frank Bottome, 1823-1894

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you another Comforter. John 14:16


William J. Kirkpatrick, 1838-1921

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SPIRIT

the ti-dings 'round, wher-ev - er man is found,


long, long night is past, the morn-ing breaks at last,
3. Lo, the great King of kings, with heal-ing in His wings,
bound-less love di - vine ! how shall this tongue of mine
4.
1.

O spread

Wher-ev

2.

The

And hushed the dreadful


To ev - 'ry cap-tive
To wond 'ring mor-tals

er

hu-man

hearts and hu - man woes a-bound; Let ev-'ry Christian tongue pro-claim the joy-ful
wail
and fu - ry of the blast, As o'er the gold-en hills the day ad-vanc-es
soul
a full de-liv"rance brings; And thro' the va-cant cells the song of tri-umph
tell
the matchless grace di-vine That I,
a child of sin, should in His im - age

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GOD THE HOLY

SPIRIT

133

Holy

Spirit So
Lead me

Daniel

W.

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1.

it

2.

it

Spir
Spir
3. Spir
4. Spir

gen
knowl
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burn

it

it

Thy

in

and teach me. Psalm 25:5


George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

truth,

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1840-1901

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of
so
of

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to
to

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dross,

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Show

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God, would be - stow.
to Thee.
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ure,

Gift

sus

life

Ends

at

the

cross.

Holy Ghost, with Light Divine


Lead me

in

Thy

truth,

and teach me. Psalm 25:5

Andrew Reed. 1787-1862

Arr.

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Ghost, with light di - vine,


Ghost, with pow'r di-vine,
Ghost, with joy di - vine,
ah di - vine,
Spir - it,

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Louis M. Gottschalk, 1829-1869


by Hubert P. Main, 1836-1925

this
Shine up - on
Cleanse this guilt -y
Cheer this sad-dened
this
Dwell with-in

heart
heart
heart
heart

of
of
of
of

mine;
mine;
mine;
mine;

HOLY

SPIRIT

Holy Ghost, with Light Divine

Chase the shades of night a - way,


Long hath sin, with-out con-trol,
Bid
my man -y woes de - part;
dol throne;
i
Cast down ev - 'ry

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my dark-ness in - to day.
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When He,
Marcus M. Wells, 1815-1895

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doubt and fear, Grop - ing on
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to
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truth. John 16:13

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all

Marcus M. Wells, 1815-1895

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it

you into

will guide

135

Guide

Spirit, Faithful

the Spirit of truth,

thee home.

UU

D. S.

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re-joice, While they hear the sweet -est voice,


ing sore, Hearts grow faint, and hopes give o'er,
mal flood, Plead- ing naught but Je - sus' blood,

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2.

3.
4.

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am weak-ness, full of weak-ness,
I
Cleanse and com-fort, bless and save me,

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the Holy Ghost. Acts 9:17

1815-1895

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Fill

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my

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At
Thy sa - cred

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bathe

my

tell

feet

heart and brow;

me

with Thy hal - lowed pres-ence, Come, O come and


But
I
need Thee, great - ly need Thee, Come, O come and
Blest, di - vine,
e - ter - nal Spir - it, Fill with power, and
Thou art com- fort -ing and sav - ing, Thou art sweet - ly
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4:8

Andrew

Thy Spir - it, Lord,


Thy ho - ly light,
Thy per -feet love,
Thy might -y pow'r,
Thy pres-ence now,

with
with
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with

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SPIRIT

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to prove, Lord,
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I
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re-ceive
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Make me whit

From

Select

Hymns.

Used by permission of Gospel Trumpet Co.

THE

WORD

138

Me the

Give
His delight
Owens, 1829-1907

Priscilla J.

is

in

Bible
Lord. Psalm

the law of the

1:2

Edmund

Lorenz, 1854-1942

S.

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Give
Give
Give
Give

me
me
me
me

the
the
the
the

Bi
Bi
Bi
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of glad-nessgleam-ing, To cheer the wand 'rer


ble when my heart is bro - ken, When sin and grief have
all
my steps en-light - en, Teach me the dan - ger
ble,
ble, lamp of life im-mor - tal,
Hold up that splen-dor
star

ble,

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filled

of

by

and tempest-tossed; No storms can hide that radiance peaceful beam - ing
my soul with fear; Give me the pre-cious words by Je - sus spo - ken,
these realms be-low; Thatlampof safe - ty
o'er the gloom shall brighten,
the
o - pen grave; Show me the light from heav -en's shin-ing por-tals,

JirJ

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cept

and prom -

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Je - sus came to
up faith's lamp to
light a -lone the
me the glo - ry

Since

Hold
That

Show

Till

night shall van

seek and save the

lost.

show my Sav-iournear. ri ra
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path of peace can show.


gild -ing Jor-dan'swave.

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nal day.

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124

M
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ly

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J-

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Thy

light shall guide

me

in

the nar- row way;

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WORD

THE
I

Edward
Stanza

S.

3,

Ufford, 1851-1929
G. W. Shurman, 19th Century

be-lieve
be-lieve
be-lieve
be-lieve

the
the
I
the
I
the
Let us live the
I

139

Believe the Bible

Bi
Bi
Bi
Bi
Bi

ble,
ble,
ble,
ble,
ble,

Edward

S.

Ufford,

1851-1929

it

taught me how to pray, Je-sus heard and answered,

it

teach-es

me

to sing

Mo-ses'song of vic-t'ry

li-ness it speaks. Gra-cious gift of Je-sus


it teach-es me
to run In this roy - al high-way
and then the world will see
have been with Je-sus

ho

of

We

my sins a -way; Gave me peace and par -don, wrote my name a-bove,
the ty - rant king; Or with Paul and Si - las, mid-night brings re-lease,
the one who seeks; Tells of keep-ingpow-er 'neath the cleans-ing flood,
till
the prize is won; Shows the crown a-wait-ing,
if
I
win the race,
more like Him to be; With His word a -bid- ing
in our hearts made new,
took
o'er
to

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jah!
jah!
jah!
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for
for
for
for

is

won -drous love.

His
His
the
His

it

le

prove the bless ed Book

will

- le - lu -

per-fect peace.
pre-cious blood.
sav - ing grace.
al

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ways

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A.

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in its

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ninns

be-lieve the Bi-ble, for

'tis

ev-er

true.

THE

WORD

140

Cling to the Bible


Thy

my

are the rejoicing vf

testimonies

lieart.Psalm l!!):!ll

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M.

J.

Smith, 19th Century

James R. Murray. 1841-1905

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else be tak-en; Lose not its prom-is - es
all
the Bi - ble, this jew - el, this treas-ure Brings to us hon-or and
for the feet that in by- wayB have wandered ; Guide for the youth that would

2.

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From Psalm 119


Adapted by Ernest O.

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Sellers,

feet,

and

Hid in
a light

unto

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my

141

Heart

path.V%a\n\ 119:105
Ernest O.

1809-1952

WORD

Sellers,

1869-1952

ffff

1.
2.
3.
4.

A light to my path al - way;


Thy Word is a lamp to my feet,
For- ev - er, O Lord, is Thy Word Es - tab-lished and fixed on high;
ev - er will give Thee praise;
At morn-ing, at noon, and at night, 1
Thro' Him WhomThy Wordhath foretold, The Sav-iour and Morn-ing Star,
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Thy faith-ful -ness un - to all men
Lord,
For Thou art my por-tion, O
Sal

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And

and peace have been bro't

0-

the heav'n-ly
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shall be thro' all

my

To those who have strayed

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WORD

142

The Christian's Guide

Maggie

Stratton, 20th Century

B.

Elliott

Warren, 1867-1951

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She
1.

2.
3.

4.

it!
How it doth my bos-om cheer,
I
love
nar - row path - way That will lead to end-less rest,
con - dem - na - tion, Pride and all for - mal of
ty,
When old earth shall cease to trav - el, And when time shall be no more,

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al

we

It
has
ai - ways been
near!
so
With my head up - on His breast.
ta-tion, Thro' Christ's word and blood I'm free.

gath

will

er

ver

on

the

oth

er

shore.

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can
Bless - ed

Where all

If

in

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not
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Bi - ble! what a com -fort!

sor-row

trust

bore

my

When He

will

be

read

its

of
'Tis
the way from earth to
Where with an gel voic es
sins

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con-tents,

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heav

son

en,

blend-ing,

the strait and nar - row way,


me,
the love He showed to
Its dear pag - es shine so bright;
Where all tears are wiped a way,
In

For

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al

In

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The Christian's Guide

WORD

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A-

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2
143

Blessed Bible
O how

love I

Thy

Psalm 119:97

lai

Phoebe Palmer Knapp, 1839-1908

A. L.

Landis,

19th Century

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will hide thee Deep,
I
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life
this

my

to

I'll

Thou

how

Bi - ble,
earth like

et ?

my

doth

bos

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cheer

what stores of
wealth are here
cious Word, I'll hide thee here
thou ev - ersay'st, " Good cheer!"
!

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THE

WORD

Break Thou the Bread of

144

any man eat of

If

Mary

A.

this bread,

he shall

live for ever.

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Thou art my
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sea;
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6:51

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Break Thou the bread of life,


Dear Lord, to
me,
Thou the truth, re - vealed This day to
me,
it
and life are they, Words Thou dostspeak;

1.

2.

S5

John

William

Lathbury, 1841-1913

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Life

A-

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Word

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in
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find

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HI

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liv -

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in

All!

the

strife.

ir i

Holy Bible, Book Divine

145
The law

Thy month

of

John Burton,

Sr.,

is

better unto

me

than thousands of gold and silver. Psalm 119:72

Xavier Schneider von Wartensee, 1786-1868

1773-1822

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1.

2.
3.
4.

ift
130

Ho

Mine
Mine
Mine

ly
Bi - ble, book di - vine!
rove;
to chide me when I
dis-tress,
to com -fort in
of joys to come,
to tell

Pre

Mine
If

In

cious treas-ure, thou art mine!


Sav-iour's love;
to
show a
Spir - it bless;
the Ho - ly
the saint's e - ter - nal home:

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THE

WORD

Holy Bible, Book Divine

It
Mine
Mine
Mine

tell
to
to guide
show
to

ho

thou

me whence I came;
my way - ward feet;

Mine
Mine

by

faith,

Man

vine,

Pre

liv

ing

Book

ly

di

teach me what I
am;
judge, con- demn, ac - quit;
can tri
umph o
ver death;
cious treas ure, thou art mine!
to
to

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How Firm
Jesus Christ

tlie

Rippon's Selection

K." in

dtea
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to

Az

1.
2.
3.

4.

How

firm

"Fear

not,

to

day, and for ever. Heb.

is* i ^3
g J P

- tion, ye
saints of the
with thee,
be
not dis "When through the deep waters I call thee to
"The soul that on Je - sus hath leaned for re -

am

ex

in

His

God,

will still
shall not

sor
will

row
not

de

sert

eel

lent

13:8

Earlv American Melod

foun-da

faith

146

a Foundation

same yesterday, and


of Hymns, 1787

mm
Lord,

Is

mayed, For
go,
pose,

The
I

for your

laid
I

riv
will

am

thy

era

of

not,

Word! What more can

give thee aid;

say than to
strength-en thee, help thee, and
with thee, thy
will be
For
I
That soul, though all hell should enI'll

He hath said, Who un - to the Sav - iour for ref - uge have fled?
stand, Up - held by My right -eous, om - nip - o - tent hand,
cause thee to
thee thy deep-est dis- tress,
bless, And sane - ti - fy
to
to
tri - als
shake, I'll nev - er, no nev
er,
no nev - er for- sake!
deav - or to
you

NqHFqiiipB^M^i

THE

WORD

147

The

When He, the Spirit


George Wallace Briggs,

:4
:2zz

Lord Revealed

Spirit of the
of truth,

is

come,

He

1.

3.

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Lord re - vealed His


of
the
The Spir - it
The proph-ets passed: at length there came, To
E - ter - nal Spir - it, who dost speak To

will

tn

IT

is

t
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Their heart and mind and


in - car - nate,
this our
That we, in

un - sealed His
whose name The
day, may seek To
to

A ^

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gloom of

The

twi- light

Thy word

of

gfj

And
As
Give

1-

the
the

com
qui

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ver

past,

Him

part,

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re

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tells
of Christ, the

self

&

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132

t:

man with men,


us

cient night

im

life

e;

in

an
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do

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still,

glo - ry
to
proph-ets tes

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old.

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To hear and to

The

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Lord.
sight.

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148

Jesus the Teacher


Matthew

6 and

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Van

Pelt,

1.

Our

2.

He

3.

When

Sav-iour
at

5,

John D. Brunk, 1872-1926

19th Century

taught us
the

his earth -ly

in

when by man
last He was

&

life

Taught peace, and how we should

op-pressed, To

betrayed,

nnt

of-fer e'en the oth

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for-give

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HP

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to

live.

to

seek.

as

this.

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save His pre -cious word

heart-ache healed

a will

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the slaugh-ter led, While nails and spear His life-blood drew,

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ner

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trai-tor's kiss,-

love
re - f rain from strife, And showed us how
in
He taught us to
To pray in spir -it, faith pos-sessed,AndHis for- giv - ing love
He gave command to sheathe the blade Nor need - ed He such arm

For

WORD

its

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leads us
by His love.
His heart on God, with faith en - dued.
shed "For-give they know not what they do."
:

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Lord,

Timothy

love
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have loved the habitation of Thy house. Psalm 26:8


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Dwiglit, 1752-1817

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toils and cares shall end.
be giv'n Till
her my cares and toils
To
Thy hand from ev - 'ry snare and foe Shall great de - liv - 'ranee bring.

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and ground of the truth. \ Tim. 3.15


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mold;

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of Christ,

- sus bought thee for


His bride.
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un - ion pure and sweet!
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of pure gold.
This thy won-drous por - tion now.
Nev-er, nev - er
can
be priced.

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thee dwells the tri - une full-ness,
Far
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the Ho - ly
Tem-pered by
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Earth and hell
in
ter-ror trem-ble,
And the Lamb, thy light for - ev - er,
All
a -round thee His sal - va - tion,
lov - ing bos - om,
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sus Christ, the Son,


sic
of
thy song;
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the build - ing of
thy wall;
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thy pil - grim days;
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Je - sus' side,
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moves a - long.
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filled with His


ing God; Born
of the Spir - it,
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liv - ing
the
ern-ment; To
shine on earth, and draw saints to once slain; The Church of God, the pure spot-less

Lamb

for

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God. I Tim.

the church of the living

is

Robert E. Winsett, 1876-1952

152

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153

For Christ and the Church


Christ

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2.
3.

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church, and gave Himself for it. Eph. 5:25

the

William

1851-1920

Christ
Christ
Christ
Christ

the Church" let our voi - ces


ring,
Let us hon - or the
theChurch"be our ear - nest prayer, Let us fol - low His
the Church" will-ing of-f 'rings make, Time and tal - ents and
the Church" let us cast
a - side, By His con - quer-ing

and
and
and
and

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our own bless -ed King; Let us work


the cross dai - ly bear; Let us yield,
gold
for
the dear Mas-ter's sake; We will ren grace, chains of self, fear, and pride; May our lives
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of

ner

strength of
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so

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youth,
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And faith

Him,

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154

Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken


Glorious things are spoken of thee,

John Newton,

Not

city of

God. Psalm

87:3

Jacob Henry Hall, 1855-1941

17-25-1807

too fast.

spo-ken, Zi - on, cit - y


of
our God;
Glorious things of thee are
wat-ers, Springing from e - ter - nal Love,
See the streams of liv - ing
the cloud and fire ap - pear
Round each hab - - ta - tion hov'ring, See
I, through grace, a
mem-ber am,
of
Zi - on's cit - y
Sav - iour, if
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1.

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3.

4.

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bro-ken Formed thee for His own
He whose word can - not be
all
fear of want
Well sup-ply
thy sons and daughters, And
and
cov'ring, Show -ing that the Lord
For
glo - ry
a
a
glo - ry
pit - y, I
will
in
Let the world de - ride or

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like the Lord the Giv - er,

joys and

on
last

What

can shake thy sure

Ev

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re - pose?
flows their thirst to assuage;
Light by night and shade by day,
All
his boast -ed pomp and show;

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THE CHURCH

155

People of the Living God


Thy people

my

be

shall

God my God. Ruth 1:16


From Harmonia

people, and thy

James Montgomery, 1771-1854

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156

Flow
17:22

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Charles Wesley, 1707-1788

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Ye Are the Light


Ye are the

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light of the

world. Matt. 5:14

John D. Brunk, 1872-1926

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Throw-ing the sun -shine of
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of the World

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Are You Adorning the Doctrine?


That they may adorn the doctrine
Charles

W.

God our Saviour

of

158

in all things. Titus 2:10

Andrew

Nuylor, 1874-1950

L.

1869-1952

Byers,

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Are
Are
If

a-dorn-ing the doc-trine, The glo - ri - ous doc-trine of God,


a-dorn-ing the doc-trine, Andmak-ing at-trac-tive the way,
a-dorn-ing the doc-trine, By meek-ness and love and good will,
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Lord of the Church

159
And
Edward

Osier,

for me, that

[pray']

utterance

may

me. Eph.

be given unto

Thomas

1798-1863

6:19

Hastings, 1784-1872

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2.

3.

Lord of the Church, we humbly pray For those who guide us in Thy way,
Help them to preach the truth of God, Re-demp-tion thro' the Saviour's blood;
to Thee a -lone; Then hear the welcome word, "Well done!"
So may they live

vLu^o

And speak Thy ho - ly


Nor let the Spir - it
And take their crown a

Word:

With love

cease
bove;

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to

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And touch their lips with hallowed fire, And need-ful strength af-ford.
To them a mes - sen-ger of pow'r, To us, of life and peace.
e-ter - ni - ty em-ploy In praise, and bliss, and love.
And all

100

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Watchmen

All

A -men.

Awake

hex watch for your souls, as they that must give account . Heb. 13:17
Sylvanus Billings Pond, 1792-1871

Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751

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2.

Let
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not

They watch for

4.

Lord, let

of

souls, for

Thy serv

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144

cause

3.

HdarfE

watchmen
-

wake And take th' a -larm they give,


small im - port, The pas- tor's care demands;
all

which the Lord Did heav'n-ly

ants, as

PvfLfi

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they preach,

Thy great

sal

bliss fore
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go!
see;

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MINISTRY

Watchmen

Let Zion's

All

Awake

Wg^ii&aa
Now

them from the mouth of God


But what might fill an an - gel's heart,
For souls, which must for-ev - er live,
And watch Thou dai - ly o'er their souls,

let

Their

sol

And

filled

re - ceive.
a
Sav-iour's hands.
In
rap-tures, or
in
woe.
That they may watch for Thee.

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Lord, Speak to
That we might know

161

things that are freely given to us of

Frances R. Havergal, 1836-1879

ech

and
ver

wilt,

seek,

feed
word,
see,

that
that

may
may

speak,

lead

The

full

ness,

Lord,

Un

til

my

J tut

as

Thou

me

with

Thy

use

me,

Lord,

use

heart

and

when, and

of
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As

feet;

flow

In

where;

Un

err

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me,

ven

tone:

Thy

oes
the
y

Thy
Thy
Thy
Thy

Cor. 2:12

Lord,

fill

wav

God. I

George Hews, 1806-1873

me

Lord, speak to
lead me,

O
O
O

emn charge

chil

hun-g'ring ones
love

to

tell,

rest,

Thy

joy,

In

Thou hast sought, so


feed me, Lord, that
kin-dling thought and
- til
Thy bless - ed

dren
with

Thy
Thy

lost

man

praise
glo -

and
na

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167

of Christ, the Lord

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169

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178

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lie
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sta - tion, Low
be - fore His cross to
is
inHis Ian -guid eye.
While I
see
di - vine com -pas - sion Float - ing
Love and grief my heart di - vid - ing, With my tears His feet I bathe;
Con - stant still in faith a - bid - ing, Life de - ri v - ing from His death.

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be - dew
much I''ve much for - giv Love
I
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Here

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4.

179

exceeding sorrowful, even unto death. Matt. 26:38


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-

lie,

fly;

by;
by;

and

shall

I'll

faint
faith
faith
ter

or

he
-

ful
ni

fear,
sees,

for

my

then

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who

he
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shall

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so

near;

ways quick -ly

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shed His blood for


shout the vie - to

will press the

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me,
-

ry;

bat

en
en
en
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I've
I've
I've

tie

on

list list -

list

list

till

ed
ed
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the

the
the
the
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in
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in
in

vie

to

serv
serv
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ry

ice
ice
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till

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till

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know,

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156

ACTIVITY

AND SERVICE

I've Enlisted in the Service

p.j^jr-^" J
I

shall con -quer

as

ev

'ry foe;

t-lr

I've

en

list

ed in

J *- * H^T "

the serv -ice

till

die.

mmi^m^
Si/

Thine for Service


Then

said

I,

Here am

I;

Lida Shivers Leech, 1873-1962

dh

PiPPl r^
1.

2.
3.
4.

*-*

181

send me. Isa. 6:8

Lida Shivers Leech,

h- 8rj

have made my choice to fol-low Christ each day,


Let me i - die not the pre-cious hours a - way,

1873-1962

d:

am Thine for serv-ice, Lord;


am Thine for serv-ice, Lord;
I willnever askThee"How"or"Where"or"Why?"For I've cast my lot with Thee
I am Thine for serv - ice till the last glad hour Shall have passed on earth from me;
I

fe^JPPpSppPH^^^^
sometimes

way,

stay,

am
am

Thine for serv-ice, Lord;


Thine for serv-ice, Lord;
With a "Welcome Home" for me.
Till the glo - ry gates shall o-pen
by,
And I wake to serv-ice of a great-er pow'r, Thro' a glad e - ter - ni - ty.
Tho'

As Thy

fal-ter

voice shall bid me,

on the thorn -y
I

will

go or
by and

Thine for service when the days are drear, Thine for serv-ice when the skies are clear;

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Yes, Thine for serv-ice thro 'the

com- ing

years,

am

Thine for serv-ice, Lord.

Pppmpn^ppi

E ."ANGELISTIC

While the Days Are Going By

182
/

must work the works

of

Him

Me, while

that sent

it

is

day.John 9:4

Ira D. Sankey,

George Cooper, 1840-1905

1840-1908

itppprppiiiiigg
While the days are
While the days are
While the days are

There are lone - ly hearts to cher - ish,


die scorn -ing,
i
There's no time for
the lov - ing links that bind us,
All

1.

2.

3.

mm

go - ing
go -ing
go - ing

by;
by;

by

E^E

*-&-

*
There are wea
Let your face
One by one

souls

a smile we can
Oh, the world is full
But the seeds of good
If

who per

While the days


be like the morn -ing, While the days
we leave be - hind us, While the days
ry

go
go
go

are
are
are

ish,

mmmm

ing
ing
ing

by;

by;
by;

rfpts^^^^

re-new, As our jour-ney we pur -sue, Oh, the good we


of sighs, Full of sad and weep-ing eyes, Help your fall-en
we sow, Both in shade and shine will grow, And will keep our

mmk^mimk
Fine

Refrain

While the days are go-ing by.


broth-er rise, While the days are go-ing by.
hearts aglow, While the days are go-ing by.

r " mg
U

&
all

Go

Es=lle
may

do,

ing by,

go

Go-ing by,

158

ing by,
go-ing by,

f>m i

Dy
g " ing KDy
A
uo-ing Dy,
go-ing Kr
by,

Oh,

thej

:i^ip

'

we

all

may

do,

mm

ACTIVITY

AND SERVICE

183

In the Harvest Field


She gleaned
Christopher R. Blackall,

2.

in

tlie field

until

even. Ruth 2.17

William H. Doane, 1832-1915

1830

b.

the har - vest field there is work to


the gar - ner well, with its sheaves all bright,
re - ward,
the glean-ers' path may be rich
the realms a - bove
the Har -vest Home in

Crowd

3.

In

4.

Lo!

;^E

jj

and
and
and

who

ttzi

Shall be gained by

each

ip^g^gip^:

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_rfc=

For the grain is


ripe,
Let the song be glad,
Tho' the time seems long,

I*-fc-

=t

And

the Mas- ter's voice bids the work-ers true


the pre -cious hours, ere the shades of night
hard; For the Mas- ter's joy, with His cho - sen shared,
has toiled and strove, When the Mas -ter's voice, in
its tones
of love,
the reap - ers
the heart be
the la - bor

few;

light; Fill

mmmmmmmm^m
Refeain

i^iillittlS

:s

3=

the call that He gives


the gold the place of
Drives the gloom from the dark Calls
a - way
to
e - ter -

Heed
Take

Keep
la

bor

to

en
est
nal

day.
day.
day.
day.

La

the bright re- ward in

bor

on!

la

La

view;

bor

bor on!

For the Mas

ter

on!

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has

EVANGELISTIC

184

Want

The people had

W.

Be a Worker

to
a

mind

to

work. Neh. 4:6

W.

Isaiah Baltzell, 1832-1893

Isaiah Baltzell,

1832-1893

isa
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1.

2.

3.

4.

want
want
want
want

be
be
be
be

to
to
to
to

a
a
a
a

work-er
for the Lord,
I
work-er
ev - 'ry day,
I
work-er strong and brave, I
work-er, help me, Lord, To

want
want
want

to
to
to

love and
lead the
trust in

lead the

lost

and

sr

Bifcfei^tliippi
want to sing and pray, and be bus-y ev-'ry day
That leads to heav'n a-bove, where all is peace and love,
All who will tru- ly come, shall find a hap-py home
Thy Word That points to joys on high, where pleas-ures nev-er die

trust His ho

ly

Word;

err-ing in the way


Je - sus'pow'rtosave;
err

ing

^m

t
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In

to

the

king

mm

Refrain

dom

of

the

Lord.

will

^1

work,
and pray,
.1

will

t^i

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pray

In

the vineyard,

in

the vine-yard of the

work and pray

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Lord;
of the Lord

will

Slilli

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work

I will

pray,

is^ife
e
160

will

la-bor

ev-'ry

day In

the vineyard of

the Lord.

ACTIVITY

AND SERVICE

To the Work
Go work
Fanny

day

to

in

my

vineyard.

185

Matt.

Crosby, 1820-191!

J.

21:28

William H. Doane, 1832-1915

'^^^^^ms^mmm
1.

2.
3.
4.

To
To
To
To

the work! we are serv-ants


the work! let thehun-gry
the work there is lab - or
the work in the strength of

the work! to
the work! to
the work! to
the work to

of God, Let us fol - low the


be fed; To
the foun -tain of
for all, For the king-dom of
the Lord, And a robe and
a

liilii^^
tmi^wM

tr

path that our Mas-ter has trod With the balm of His coun - sel our strength to renew,
Life let the wea - ry be led
In
the cross and its ban - ner our glo - ry shall be,
dark-ness and er-ror shall fall, And the name of Je - ho - vah ex - alt - ed shall be
crown shall our la-bor reward When the home of the f aith-f ul our dwell-ing shall be,
;

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Refrain

m&d
=te

IE

Toil-ing
Let
us do with our might what our hands find to do.
While we her -aid the
ti-dings, "Sal - va - tion is free!"
In
the loud swell-ing cho - rus "Sal-va- tion is free!"
And we shout with the ransomed, "Sal - va - tion is free!"

toil

ing

Toil

on,
toil

ing

ing on

fc

toil

Toil-ing on,

mm

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on,

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on,

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toil

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on

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us

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hope,

e"usb

let

and trust,

watch,

And

la

bor

till

^r-hzsj-s-

the

Mas

ter comes,

and pray,

-iSi-1

I
161

EVANGELISTIC

186
B.

J.

i.

Rouse,

2.

Wait

Do
Ev

4.

for Jesus

He

wise. Prov. 11:30

that

winneth souls

is

Mackay, 19th Century

4= -jj-t

3.

Winning Souls

-M-

B. Mackay,

J.

19th Century

gPP5=^WFfeT^ j, jf-

be ye up
ye Chris - tian work - ers,
some more con- ven no Ion - ger for
the nn ter
at
fal your spir - its
you win shall add a star
'ry soul

-A-

and

do

ient

sea
tak

ing;
son;

Shall
Souls

the
are

ing,

Lest

one

ty

To

the

der of bean

^g=pj^=Eiii

#dt
Mas-

ter's

king-

dom

suf

your hands? There are pre - cious souls just


he lost;
Talk or sing
of Je - sua,

at

fcr

dy - ing 'round you, let thetu not


might re-pay you with
a
cm
crown
of j:lo - ry
Je - sus has

el

for

Do

sneer?
you;

Al

^ mm.

not

let

ways thus

them per be work -

ish;
ing,

mmm

Fine.

=3:

wait ing for your woo- ing; Go ye forth and win them, Christ your Lord commands.
they will yield to rea - son; Tell of their re - demp- tion, what a price it
cost,
stand no lou - ger quak-iug; Win them for the Mas - ter, tell them He is
near.
do - ing all your du - ty, Win-ningsoulsfor Je - sus; they will bless you too.
-

&g$4LLuLt
D.S.seek-ing to re-claim them,
Refrain

souls,

winulug

-SS= H
,

win- ning
fete

162

*
souls

be up and win-ning souls, While

souls,

iz4

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Winning

win-ning souls

for

Je

=t

d to-day.

^i^l
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sus,

'tis call'

what joy

in

'

wm

c:

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from

the down- ward

FPfr?

way; Out

up

on

the

&

IZII
p

high

ways,

AND SERVICE

ACTIVITY

187

Bringing In the Sheaves


He

shall

come again with

Knowles Shaw, 1834-1878

^E#^hH

*-**-*-<

the morn-ing, sow-ing seeds of kind-ness, Sow-ing in the noon -tide


the sun-shine, sow-ing in the shad-ows, Fear-ing neither clouds nor
ing forth with weeping, sow-ing for theMas-ter, Tho' the loss sus-tained our

2.

Sow-ing
Sow-ing

3.

Go-

1.

'

him. Psalm 126:6


George A. Minor, 1845-1904

rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with

in
in

-9i&jr

-*"

"W-

-*

^*-

and the dew -y

eve; Wait-ing for the har-vest, and the time of reap -ing,
winter's chilling breeze; By
and by the har-vest, and the la - bor end - ed,
spir- it of t-en grieves; When our weeping's o - ver, He will bid us wel-come,

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We shall come, re-joic-ing, bringing in

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the sheaves, We shall come, rejoicing, bringing in the sheaves Bringing in the sheaves,

bring-ing

^1

in the sheaves,

S=S

We shall come, re

~00

joic

ing,

Brfng-ing

in

^r-H-t

the sheaves.

I
163

EVANGELISTIC

Throw Out the

188

He

Lord,

cried, saying,

Life-Line

saxte

me. Matt.

14:30

Edward

Edward

S.

3.

Throw out
Throw out
Throw out

4.

Soon

1.

2.

will

the
the
the
the

Life-Line
a - cross the dark wave. There is
a broth-er whom
Life-Line with hand quick and strong: Why do you
tar - ry, why
Life-Line
to dan - ger fraught men, Sink - ing in an-guish where
Soon will they drift
sea - son
of
res - cue
be o'er,
to e-

some- one should

save;
long?
you've nev - er been:
ter - ni - ty's shore;
lin

ger

so

t
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Some - bod
See!

he

Winds

of

y's
is

temp

oh,
sink - ing; oh,
- ta - tion
and

broth

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bil -

for

de

4^5^v

no

J>
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drift

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Line!

Throw out

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164

the Life-Line!

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the Life

(*

Line!

4^

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way;

5E3E
Throw out

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lay,

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the Life-Line! Some-one

And

Refrain

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To

dare

to-day
of
woe

time

er,

mm 5

will

ten
lows

^444
my

Haste then,

who then

broth-er!

r
~W
throw out the Life - Line, his
per - il
to share?
out with the Life -Boat! a- way, then,
a- way!
flow.
soon hurl them out where the dark wa ters
throw out the Life Line and save them to - day.

S. Ufford, 1851-1929
G. Stebbins, 1846-1945

An. by George

Ufford, 1851-1929

is

sink

ing

the

p=p
to

-m

day.

ACTIVITY

Work, For the Night

The night cometh, when no man can work. John

Work, for
Work, for
Work, for

the night

is

the night
the night

is

9:4

Lowell Mason, 1792-1872

ss^d^
1.

189

Coming

Is

Annie L. Coghill, 1836-1907


Alt. by Lowell Mason, 1792-1872

2.

AND SERVICE

fEEE5

F=rr
com
com
com

ing!
ing!

Work
Work
Un -

thro'

the

morn

thro'

the

sun
sun

ing

hours;

ny

noon;

^^=i=h^~i-^^^^^-^
3.

is

ing!

l=F=?=i^
Work, while the dew
Fill

bright-est hours

While their bright

tints

der

the

is

spar

with
are

glow

kling;

la

Work

bor;

Rest

ing,

Work,

set

-&

**

'mid spring

comes sure
for

day

ing flow'rs;

and

soon.

light

flies;

^rt^^^^^y
Work

Work

while the day


ev - 'ry fly
the last
till

grows bright
ing
min -

beam

fad

Work,
Work,

Work

'

Un

the glow

ing

sun;

ute

Some-thing to

keep

in

store;

eth,

Fad

shine

no

more;

er,

der
eth

to

mm^

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Give

skies,

r=r
for

the night

is

for

the night

is

com
com

while the night

is

dark

ing,

ing,

'ning,

When man's work


When man works
When man's work

^S
is

done,

no

more,

is

o'er.

EVANGELISTIC

190

Cannot Be Idle

Henry

J.

can
can
can
can

not
not
not
not

he
be
he
be

Je

for
the
soon

die,
die,
die,
die,

time
time

no

o'er,

And
And
And

pose,

My

says, "Go
so white,

sus
are

fields

will

be

for

re

eee

M--

rfm-At^t+^
work

My

har-vest to
num - ber - less sheaves will be
reap - ing
for
be end - ed
rest- ing shall be
o - ver
in

And

lost;

then
They per

aye;

I'll

there,

Where

day;

gath
all

eve-ning,
for want of
lost from
the
the faith -ful

the

at
-

ish

er
of

la

bor

reap

done,
save,

is

to
of

ers

by - ways
heav - en

What

How

sin

To

bove

ev

er

is

aw

ful

to

walk
crown

in

of

right
think

the
beau
bright glo

of
-

ti

ry

when
more
the
in

v^

will

pay.

the

cost!

ful
shall

way.
wear.

Refbain
II

fl-

it

**

to

the

1 **-

t)

way

Then

work

go

(I'll

a^fe^

will

go),

And

3E

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join

166

in

the

reap -ing of

grain

(I'll

go),

And back from

the har-vest with

ACTIVITY

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beau

35

ti

=S:

ful sheaves,

Copyright, 1907, by Gospel

Trumpet

AND SERVICE

Cannot Be Idle

I'll

3-=^^F=3F ppp
g

5=

come with

re

Co. in Truth in Song.

joic

ing

gain.

Used by permission.

191

Building for Eternity


man

Let every

James

B. Coats,

ptj

take heed

how he

buildeth thereupon. I Cor. 3:10

James

1902-1961

2.
3.

La

bor

SPSBW
,_

ter

ni

ty;

But

in

Lest

by

mm

f
Fine

i
|

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us use great care,


storms the work can't stand, Build-ing for
dark -ness we're un-done,
A-A-r*-

tr

f-rlr-f- p= ltqte=8:

let

1902-1961

Work-ers,
e

ere the night has come,

+E E-tJ^ - fg-^f

(A

Coats,

^ijT^rQ:

J jfli-j-nliJ * i

Work-ers on
a build -ing rare,
Some work on the shift -ing sand, Build-ing for

1.

B.

8=

mm

ter

ni

ty.

Some are
Some are
Come and

and

rich

beg-gars,
la

bor,

Ne

^PN

^^S^p^^p^^di
some are poor, Some are careless, some are
poor like me, Yet
a workman true, you
halt

rt

or lame,

Ev

'ry

mite

in

Workman, will your toil

en - dure?
Seek-ing heav-en pure and free,
Je-sus' name, Much or
lit - tie count the same,

*=

i=*rj~*=z*zz

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co.

sure,
see,

il
Used by permission.

Mill
167

EVANGELISTIC

192

Something to Do
Son, go work to day in

Source

21:28

Will H. Ruebush, 19th Century

m^^m^^mmw^

-J
&Zt

1.

There's work for

2.

The
The

3.

my vineyard. Matt.

Unknown

the hand and there's work for the


must besooth'dand the hun - gry be
Mas- ter says "Work," and has shown us the

Something to
do,
Something to. do,way. Something to
do,

heart,

sick

fed,

mm-

nn

-N

some-thing
some-thing
some-thing

_^.

And

do;
do;
do;

to
to
to

The

He

IS

each should be
bus - y per- form-ing
nak - ed
be cloth'd aud the
er - ring
says "Not
to- mor - row. the
time is

^j

^_

work

for

all

to

There's work for

do.

the yonng; There's work for

the

\r

t
us

all

and

ged and

I -
fe

-62
u

part,

Refbain

for

be
led,
to- day,"

W.

There's some-thing

his

ex- cus

3=

es

for

fc^

none;There's

mm

fe^^^pg^ii^diafeii
work

168

for

the

fee-ble and work for the strong; There's something for all

to

do,

feiaWfftfF^ffPfjpi

ACTIVITY

AND SERVICE

Let the Lower Lights Be Burning

193

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your
Father which is in heaven. Matt. 5:16
Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

Ifc*

i^iJ^-Q
1.

2.
3.

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


Dark the night of sin has set -tied, Loud the an - gry bil-lows roar;
Trim your fee - ble lamp, my broth-er: Some poor sail -or tem-pest- tossed,
Bright-ly

1*

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1*

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to
us
ger eyes

Try

ing

He

gives the keep- ing

are watch-ing, long -ing,


to make the har - bor,

now

A-*

A pA^ A

Ar A

U-

1^

A^j

Of

the lights a -long

the shore.

For

the lights a -long


the dark-ness may

the shore.

In

A A

A-s
A-?

be

lost.

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Let the low

er lights be burn -ing!

Send

a.

gleam a

cross the wave!

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33

Some poor

faint

i*

iP^=db^=^i^fl

ing struggling sea-man


-A-=

You may

res -cue, you

A^ A rA

may

save.

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EVANGELISTIC

194

Rescue the Perishing

He

which converteth the sinner from, the error

James
Fanny

way

shall save a

soul from death.

William H. Doane, 1832-1915

Crosby, 1820-1915

J.

his

of

5:20

-4-

-h

Ji* rnr^

_3_

3.

- cue the per-ish-ing,


Care for the dy - ing, Snatch them in pit - y from
Though they are slighting Him, Still He is wait-ing, Wait - ing the pen - i - tent
Down in the hu-man heart, Crushed by the tempter, Feel - ings lie bur - ied that

4.

Res

1.

2.

Res

cue the per

S^
4~r
n

s
p

sin

child

ish

ing,

1*

Du

it;

Strength for thy

t2=5Z

p3

P=*
and

the grave;

Weep

to

re-ceive;

Plead with them ear-nest-

Touched by a lov Back to the nar-rowway

can

re -store;

Lord

will

pro -vide;

bor the

la

ee

h~l^~~l^~K
p P p

grace

the err

o'er

ing one,

up

Lift

-H

the

\-

fall

Plead with them gen


ing heart, Wak-ened by kind

ty de-mands

ly,

Pa

tient

ly

win

ness,

them;

A A A

en,
tly,

p
Refbain

J-J^J^U^feiJsNN
raE^

s==t
i
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Tell

them

He

will

of
for

Je
-

Chords that were bro


Tell

the poor

wan-

the

sus

give

if

they

ken

d'

migh
on vi

will

rer a

ty to

save.

be - lieve.
Res
brate once more.
ly

cue the per

ish

Sav-iour has died.

Brf-g-Ff-atf-H^ff

Care

170

,.

ing,

N^^ija

y
i^b
HNN

for

the

dy

J^ ^g

f*

ing;

Je

"f'.r X^

f^F

sus

is

mer

A
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ci

~T~

Je

ful,

A
i

sus

will

-^

save.

11

ACTIVITY

AND SERVICE

Lord, Give Us a Vision


Coyne over into Macedonia, and

Orvin

1.
2.

3.

Davis,

S.

b.

195

us. Acts 16:9

iielp

1902

Lord, give us
har-vest
Lord, give us

The

Orvin

a
is

vi

sion

of

great and the

vi

of

sion

souls gone a-stray,


lab-'rers are few,
work to
be done,

Davis, b. 1902

S.

Out on the cold


The har-vest time
Of
du - ties neg-

===

ee
*=tc

w^m^M
moun-tains of
soon will be
lect - ed each

sin;

o'er;

day;

rfy

For

soon

Go

work

Lord, give

Help us to
The Mas-ter
Re - new our

-*

the judg-ment will

be
no

us

be
a

vi

work-ing while yet

is

call-ing

lost

I +t-!- A*-

*J

and

be

die
sion

we

vi

~*~^M
-

sion

me

to

of souls

p
U

it

is

and

to

Fu

vi

S=

day,
you,

be won,

to

:=t

gin.

more. Lord, give us

sion

we
of

pray.

Se^#=^I
in

to

our heart and

make

it

a -new, Lord, give us

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Co.

Used by permission.

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EVANGELISTIC

196

Onward, Christian Soldiers

The weapons

our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God


of strong holds. 11 Cor. 10:4

of

Arthur

Sabine Baring Could, 1834-1924

to

the pulling

I j

g=feteg
On

ward, Chris-tian sol


ar
might -y
a
Crowns and thrones may per
On - ward then, ye
peo

1.

Like

2.
3.

4.

ish,

Marching
as
to
Moves the Church of
King-doms rise and

pie,

Join

diers,

my

hap

our

war, With the


God; Broth-ers,
wane, But
the
py throng, Blend with

nnm

up

d=d
of
Je
are tread
Church of Je
ours your voi

sus
ing
sus
ces

cross

we

Go - ing on
be Where the saints have

fore:
trod:

Con - stant

main:

In

the

re

will
tri

Roy

Christ the
We
are
Gates of

umph song;"Glo

al

not

di-

hell

can

praise and

ry,

j^t

r
i

Mas

ter

Leads a

vid

ed,

All

er

or,

nev
hon

1842-1900

Sullivan,

S.

down

one

gainst the
bod - y

foe;

For -ward

we,

One

in

-F

Al
-

bat
doc

to

hope and

in

p,

=:~jt

g==gb*

EE

trine,

We have Christ's own prom


'Gainst the Church pre-vail:
Un - to Christ the King;" This thro' count-less a -

tie,

ise,

ges

F-i

Refrain

See,

His

ban

One in char
And that can

Men and

mE^

an

^P^PPPSPPi
r

ners
-

go.

ty.

not

fail.

gels

sing.

On - ward,

Chris-tian

n^^--

sol

m-

diers,

-#^P

*r

March - ing

ACTIVITY

AND SERVICE

Onward, Christian Soldiers

iifpp^ip
as

With the cross of

war,

to

l=p=8

r=
Je

Go

sus

on

ing

be

fore.

j.

iHi^iiiil
Now
My mouth
Fanny

3.
4.

J.

^a

word
word
word
word

a
a
a
a

just

just
just
just

SEEE
iE

Je
Je
Je
Je

for

for
for
for

^m

bus;

Your

dear

sus;

You

bus;

sus;

And

your sins
can
cross
it
if
your faith

'

What

striv

To

reach

my

Sav

iour

Who

gave

ness,

And

leave

rise

"I

love

in

all

a
i

true;

so

for

not

be

giv'n;

be
dim;

pT -^n
^

1*

He

us
ing

say,

est Friend

fe^=fe3

35

To

feel

Come, cheer our hearts and


And
by
His grace are

197

for Jesus

shew forth Thy righteousness and Thy salvation. Psalm 71:15


Crosby, 1820-1915
William H. Doane, 1832-1915

Now
Now
Now
Now

2.

Word

Just a

shall

jiM-*-*
1.

:E=3^~F-~^

tell

your weak

hath done
a home
His life
the

rest

for

you.

in heav'n.

for
to

me."
Him.

Refbain
mi

Now

just

;*#- *F- *-*

lit

for

Je

sus, 'Twill

tie

wi-z

help

us

our

way!

word

on

E^4^^Ppt-[T-p=p=pp

^m

mmf
r
t

word

* *

1 =3
One

for

Je

bub,

speak,

or

-*

sing

or pray!

173

EVANGELISTIC

Have You Sought

198

My
Fanny

J.

sheep wandered through

3.

4.

Je

to

34:6

1840-1908

3dtm
r

Have you sought lor


Have you been to
Have you knelt by
If

mountains Ezek.

Ira D. Sankey,

wf

1.

the

all

Sheep?

Crosby, 1820-1915

**
2.

for the

the sheep
the sad
the sick

you

sus

an

that have wandered,


and the
lone - ly
and the
dy - ing,
swer these ques-tions,

- way
on
Whose bur - dens
The
mes - sage

Far a

And

Him

to

the
are
of

have been

=s^
E3:

S IfL
*

'

dark monnt-ains cold ?


to
bear?
heav - y
tell?
to
mer - cy
and true,
faith - ful

Have
Have
Have
Then

*T rS~~_._

"J

yon gone,
you car yon stood

like
ried

2 r~^

the ten - der


of
the name
the trem-b'ling
the man- sions

:za

To

Shep-herd,

Je
cap

And

sus,

mmmmmmm^mm
be

hold,

by
in

yon:

tive

der

Are

igS==fiE
them

bring
ten
lone

der

in

crowns

of

to
a - gain
ly breathed it
his dark
pris

re-joic

ing

the
-

fold?
in prayer?
on cell?

for

you;

^mmi
foot

va
Je

steps?
tion

sus,
ter - nal

174

Have you
Have you
Have you

And

fol

lowed their wea


of
ed

told

point
there

from

ry

the great
the lost
the King

sal-

to

e-

iifefil^y

And the wild des - ert waste have you crossed, Nor "" lin-gered
died
on the cross to
He
se-cure? Have you asked them
And urged them on Him to be- lieve? Have you told of
Your wel come and greet-iug shall be,
"In
as- much" as
-

'

Have You Sought

home

safe
trust

re - turn
the Sav

iu

ev

life

done

er

"My

for

You have gath


Whose
love

ing,

iour
last - ing
breth- ren,"
-

That

ven

for

shall

may

all,

if

they will,

so

it

was done "un

mmm^

AND SERVICE

were lost?
en- dure?
re- ceive?

the sheep that


- ev er

ered

ACTIVITY

Sheep?

for the

to

1
1

Me."
{

fire shall

*-r
Building for Eternity

The

"

man's work of what

try every

sort

it

N. B. Sargent, 19th Century

199
is. I Cor. 3:13

N. B. Sargent, 19th Century

^^iippiiS^^i

Hg

A
tem- pie the world may not see,
are build-ing in sor-row or joy
own lit- tie place lias fill'd;
Ev- 'ry tho't that we've ev - er had, Its
or
pain,
some heart joy
Ev- 'ry word that so light - ly falls, Giv-iug
a- lone? Are vou building in faith and love,
Are von build-in;; for God

We

1.

2.

3.

4.

^m

m^~m

&5i

"i" ~W~ "f* "F"

build for e - ter - ni - fy.


can-ni t mar nor destroy: We
deed we have done, good or bad. Is a stone in the tem-ple we build.
ev - er its beau - ty stain.
Will shine in our tem - pie wall, Or
of
light
a - l>n\e?
A
tem-ple the Fa. - ther will own, In the cit - v

Which time
Ev-

'ry

S*

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ggglgl
Refrain
IL

F ^-F*
We

are build-ing

ft

S=n

day
ev-'ry

*^ ** F**-7-*

tem- pie the world

may

not

-I

see;

day

IHi^^-^i|^||^iig

tN=iN
-

' F^

ev - 'ry
build-ing

dbt

Build

Ft-'-f^

t~V V u V

ing, build

JTTrfff^^ ^
ia

ing

ev

'rv

day, Building for

fee

? b

ter

ni

ty

flc

175

EVANGELISTIC

200

Love to

I
/ will

speak

A. Katherine Hankev> 1834-1911

1.

2.

3.

4.

love
love
love
love

the
the
the
the

tell

tell
tell

tell

^S.

sto
sto
sto
sto

as

=E

zc

*i

i vb

the
the
tell
the
scenes of
tell

mm

a*

sto

^^

tion

ry

Of
Than

peat

What

best

Seem

bove,

*J-

ijS.-

m-

zsbjt

-1T4

V.

is - fies

my

just

the

For some have nev heard The mes - sage of


sing the new, new song, 'Twill be
I
the old,

sal-

Be

sto - ry,
sto - ry,
sto - ry,
glo - ry,

It

cause
did

so

know
much

mm

J.

*+=? 35=5:
As noth-ing

'tis

for
er

true;

tell

else can

That

ry

To

old

^F
S^
fefe

love to

tell

the

sto

ry,

'Twill

long.

m f-

I
zs:

at*

S
glo

is

do.

^
my theme in

sat that

sfcjt

3-=-

it

have loved so

It

And

me;

Refrain

now to thee,
From God's own Ho-ly Word.
I

i^gfej
be

seems

&

-*&
va

mt

r-*r-=

k
long-ings
rea - son

it

i^mSI

tell

re
ry, 'Tis pleas - ant to
ry, For those who know it

ful

Of Je - sus and His love. I love to


love to
Of all
our gold - en dreams. I
More won - der - ful - ly sweet. I love to
And when, in
To hear
it
like the
rest.

t=_:E

sus and His glo - ry,


the gold - en fan - cies
seems, each time I
tell
it,
hun - ger - ing and thirst - ing
-

things a

ry
ry,

all

Of un - seen
More won-der -

a^r^
LLfci
r

^#

fefcfc:

tJ

FJe

jn g^jr ^TrS
to
to
to
to

145:5

William G. Fischer, 1835-1912

'^t

j.!

Tell the Story

Thy wondrous works. Psalm

of

tell

&
^ aa

the old, old

sto - ry

**

7*

Of Je-sus and His

love.

ACTIVITY AND SERVICE

201

Jesus Saves
Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt

be saved. Acts 16:31


William J. Kirkpatrick, 1838-1921

Owens, 1829-1907

Priscilla J.

!$*

p^^#i-=iH=
We

1.

2.
3.

4.

Spread the
to

Tell

ti

sin

His death

Let

the

na

the

ye

Sing

it

Shout

sal

dings all
ners
far

and

end

tions

now

va

On -ward! 'tis
Sing
This

and
-

less

re

round:
wide:
life,

joice

our

our
her

keep
tri

sus
sus
sus
sus

saves!
saves!
saves!
saves!

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

saves!
saves!
saves!
saves!

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

saves!
saves!
saves!
saves!

Wi

mm
shall
in

Je
Je
Je
Je

Climb the steeps and cross the


*ry
land,
the
sea;
Ech - o
back, ye
o - cean
ly through the gloom, When the heart
for
mer - cy
High - est hills
tion full
and free,
and deep - est

mf
Earth

2^

saves!
saves!
saves!
saves!

to
ev
lands of

soft
-

sus
sus
sus
sus

-+--&.

^EphE^^m

news
is

K-

-&
L

32

37.

Bear

Je
Je
Je
Je

Pp

Sing,

4'-&

By

^F^P
9

the joy - ful sound:


the roll - ing tide;
the bat - tie strife,
voice,
a might - y

have heard
on
Waft
it
Sing
a - bove
Give the winds

mr

*- ~-

song

tit

umph
of

Lord's com- mand;


ju - bi - lee:
o'er the
tomb
vie - to ry

waves;
caves;
craves;

caves;

EstfMhN
Je
Je
Je
Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

mifii^illii

saves!
saves!
saves!
saves!

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

saves!
saves!
saves!
saves!

EVANGELISTIC

202

The Ninety-Nine
and seeketh that which

Doth he not leave the ninety and nine


William G. Schell, b. 1869
m
Slow, with expression

|^Si=p|=J
1.
2.

3.

4.

The
The
The
The

gone astray? Matt. 18:12


Warren, 1867-1951

WW a*

ah a

ty- nine with -in the fold, Are safe from fears and storms of night,
ty- nine are safe to-day, They're all at home, so ful - ly blest,
- ty- nine with care are fed,
And rest with-in the Shepherd's fold;
Shepherd dear, a - loud doth weep Be - cause one lamb a - far doth roam;
nine
nine
nine

ft*gpm
But
But
But
The

is

B. Elliott

one
one
one
nine

jr^*rs

ar

r?-r=3
1 there how

tf

W^m

the moun-tains cold, 'Twill per-ish


is
on
sad the sight!
is wand- 'ring far
a - way, Up - on the mountain's snow -y crest.
is starv - ing, near - ly dead,
Up - on the mountains bare and cold.
ty-nine He'll safe - ly keep, We'll seek that lamb and bring it home.

Refbain

PUS
Go search

S^iPPP
out,

it

fert
D

EBB

X
You'll find

it

there

@ ERp=*
178

and bring

it

home,

*=^
1=2

in dread-ful plight,

No more

^c
2?

in

dark

*=3

Oh! go and bring

feei

ness

j<j,

it

let

it

roam

S^gj 1
back

to-night.

PPP3

AND SERVICE

ACTIVITY

Work

We'll

Thy work
Elizabeth K. Mills,

till

shall

be rewarded. Jer. 31:16

William Miller, 1801-1878

1805-1829

ppiPi^ip

r
1.

mo-ment come,
sigh, When will the
I
land
of
rest, for thee
know, No peace -ful, shel-t'ring dome;
I
tran-quil joys on earth
for
rest
He bade me cease to roam,
fled
Je - sus Christ 1
once my Sav -iour's side, No more my steps shall roam
sought at

3.

No
To

4.

2.

203

Jesus Comes

f -^Ff ^pp

&.

J"3

3
When

^E;

shall

This world's

And

lean

With Him

lay
wil

my

ar

And

dwell

of

woe, This

world

His

breast,Till

ing

tide,

mor

der - ness
for
sue - cor
on
I'll brave death's chill

?t=

by,

And

peace
not
con- duct
in

IP
home

at

my

home.
me home.
myheav'n-ly home.
is

He
reach

^3

gJ=J-IjJ

t#

h-

Refrain

We'll work
We'll work

till

Je

sus comes, We' 11

work

till

Je

sus comes, We'll

We'll work

rfn^f^l^
I

^
"

work

till

Je

3
-

sus

e=?

<2==

f^s^^*^

comes,And

we'll

be

*
gath

ered

r^ I
home.

We'll work

^p~H^

*t
i

a
179

EVANGELISTIC

204

The Lord of the Harvest


Pray ye

Lord

the

of the harvest, that

He

R. A. Evilsizer, 19th Century

Calls

would send forth labourers. Luke 10:2


J. Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

sMiS^Sp^gil^pfe
2.

The time
The Lord

3.

Oh, broth

1.

of the har-vest

- er,

the la

^#J

bor

All

nigh,

is

of the har-vest needs you

blest,

is

And

1E^

V*

rip-ened the wait-ing fields

There's work that you


af

ter the

on

toil

m
w

wm

=efc

The

b'rers are

few

few.
-

quest.

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&*

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The

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do

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The la-b'rers are few, Christ call-eth for you To glean for His gar-ner on
Then do not de-lay, But has-ten a - way And glean where the toil-ers are
Your Saviour and Lord Willrich-ly re-ward, If you will but heedHis re

htm

lie

can

ly

Christ call

eth for

lab'rers.the lab'rers are few,are few.Christcalleth

you

m
Then

He call-eth for you, for you; Then

,lEPEp-cfE

has

ten a

has-teu,oh,has -ten

i8o

way,

The Lord

a -way, a-way.The Lord

'

^_r

of
of

the har-vest
the

har-ve3t o

CP^
-

bey.

hey.

(to-day.)
(to-day.)

? l

205

Hark! the Voice of Jesus Galling


Look on

the fields; for they are white already to harvest. John 4:35

Daniel March, 1816-1909

Charles Edwin Pollock,

b.

1853

to

-day?

m^mi^^^^

1.

2.
3.

Hark! the voice


If
you can
While the souls

i*

J- 5

men

of

5^"^"

find

the

Let none hear

you

sus call

not cross the

Fields are white, the

You can

Je

of
-

m^w^
=?

are

dy

5*

har

ing" Who
cean,

ing,

the

****

Who

say

ing,

"There

Mas -

calls for

ter

you,

X &r
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will bear

You can

- er,

and work

will go

the hea -then lands ex-plore,

**-r*

then near
dly

And
And

EEfei

vest wait -ing,

hea

o-

is

W-'

-M

the sheaves a

help them at

noth-ing

way?"

your door
can

do."

E=P=S

|=tS*:

S=fEEfbf=^

d^^^jfe^^^ 3
=fa=fc

=2:

Loud and long


If

Glad

you can
- ly

=t
Who

will

You can

An -swer

the
-

take

Mas

ter

not speak like


the

He

task

He of - fers free ;
- ward
you can - not preach like Paul,
you, Let His work your pleas-ure be

call - eth,

an

gives

gels,

Rich re
If

pmm
an

swer, glad
the

tell

quick

ly

love

ly

of

when He
F-

say -ing, "Here

am

sus,

You can

call -eth,

"Here am

Je

I,

say,

He

died

for

Lord,

send me."

I,

Lord, send me?'*


all.

H
181

EVANGELISTIC

206

the Harvest Time

'Tis
He

putteth in

because the harvest

the sickle,

is

Alexcenah Thomas, 19th Century

come. Mark 4:29


Jacob Henry Hall, 1855-1941

wm^^^^mmm
5fe

har - vest time, To the fields I must a - way;


har -vest time, Oh!
who will go a - long?
the har - vest time, There is work for all to- day;

1.

'Tis the har- vest time, 'tis the

2.

'Tis the har -vest time, 'tis the

3.

'Tis the

har -vest time,

'tis

TOJ

^31

Sfi^

^fej
W

*t

l^^i^^ii^ippfti^
L.

Mas - ter now

For

the

See,

the fields for har-vest

If

you

can

be

not

iH^H

call

is

ing me,
are white;

now
reap

er,

You

*=(=

To
I

can

go and work to - day.


hear the reap-er's song.
bear the sheaves a - way.

SEE

Refrain"

.fa*
*=s

Glean

i
-

fe

ing on the
the

side,

~E

ing on the plain,


Glean
the
Gleaning on
sun-ny

fefefe

-*-^Lr^

Work - ing for


Work -ing, work-ing

182

hill

hill-side, hill-side,

*^i

k ?

,-

Glean-ing on

ft

plain,

tttt

Mas

'Mong

the golden grain.


Mong the golden grain.
for the Master, 'Mong the golden grain,

the

ter,

^+- =

wnw.

pppff1

MISSION

The Golden Harvest


The
H. R.

harvest

why
why

3.

4.

I'll

5.

Why

be
stand

2.

is

should
should

shall

not

no
ye

ion

H. R.

^
all

207

labourers are few. Matt. 9:37

the

19th Century

Jeffrey,

Oh,
Oh,
No,

1.

truly

but

plenteous,

be
be
be
ger
day

*=^T
While

die,

die?

The

morn

die,
die,

For
But

faith

=*:

much

so
ing

sun

God's Word

in

die? There's har

there's

ful

to

do?

is

high,
see:
be;

will

vest -ing

:(=

19th Century

Jeffrey,

for

all;

ppfiiiEp^il^S^
The wheat

And
"No
I'll

Oh,

soon
i

is

ripe

to

har

it

will
in

be

sink - ing
vine -yard;

dlers

My

and work for

go

grasp the

flam

ing

Je
sick

vest,

And
Low

the

Go

sus,

le,

And

la

in

bor
the

are

few.

west -em

sky.

ers

and work

thou
hear
heed

Him

call

for
ing

Mas-ter's

the

Me.'
me.
call.

fzL
\*

i*

t==t=

-lA-i-lA

^HJif^

Refrain

febhhrri

The

la

bor

ers

are

And

few,

still

there's

much

to

do;
to

too few,

The wheat

*~rrr
is

ripe

to

har

vest,

And

the

la

bor

ers

are

t=
^
S=E

do;

few

ef

183

EVANGELISTIC

208

Speed
Go

W.

E.

ye into

M. Hackleman,

b.

all

Away

the world, and preach the gospel. Mark 16:15

SSiiPP
To
To
To

the lands that


the souls that

the

na

tiong

are wrapped in
of

know not
in

Isaac B. Woodbury, 1819-1853


E. M. Hackleman, b.. 1868

W.

Har. by

1868

Sa

which

the
the

dark

Fa

tan's king

to

if

night.

bove,

Who

dom

is

rife;

For the

Gos

mo

ment's de
time
to

=
184

so

-(22-

the Sav-iour's com-mand, That the light of the


the world, "is
dark world that He gave His own Son, Thro' whose blood on Calthe cap-tives of
o - beyed will give peace, To
be-lievedand

Gos - pel shine o'er ev - 'ry land,


re-demp-tion was won.
va - ry
will bring re - lease;
it
Sa - tan

no

ye

of

this

"Go

ness
ther

pel

pro -claim, Speed a


- lay,
Speed a
waste, Speed a

Go ye forth in His name and the


Let us haste while 'tis day, not a
To the res- cue make

way! Speed a
way! Spee'd a
way! Speed a

way!
way!
way!

~^~
4=fr^p=j=i=p

haste, there

Speed
Speed
Speed

Zl-

T-

a
a
a

is

way;
way!
way!

MISSION

hath committed unto


God
Ruth Johnson Carruth, b. 1900

209

Hands

Into Our

word

us the

of reconciliation. II Cor. 5:19


Tillit

S.

Teddlie, b. 1885

p^ll*fi*ip^ipf

bfc
1.

2.
3.

Swift-ly we're turn -ing life's dai - ly pag


Mil - lions are grop - ing with -out the Gos
Souls that are pre - cious, souls that are dy
s

r*

Swift - ly the hours are


Quick -ly they '11 reach eWhile we re - joice our

es,
pel,

ing,

S^

JV4

*f

V
chang-ing
ter

ni

are

sins

to
ty's
for

years; How
night; Shall
giv'n; Did

=2

^=2^=S

are

we

us

we
He

sit

id
al

not

gfe

mo - ments?
ing God's gold - en
ly
as they rush on - ward?
so
die
for these lost ones?

Refrain

we

Shall

Haste, let

Then

let

reap glo
us hold
us point

ry?

Shall

we reap

up Christ the
the way un

tears?

true
-

In

light.

our hands

to

the

heav'n.

to

IS-mm
r4
tj

I*

Gos-pel

I*
is

giv

en,

In
jk.

:t?zzt2=^

Hi

to our hands
jk- j. .<.

is

^-

C~
giv-en

the

light,

:;

#f=>L

tz=k

-p.

i*.

1"

U*

Haste, let us

JU- *=5i^

3g3Eg=EijE
car

ry God's pre-cious mes-sage, Guid-ing the err

ing back to

the

right.

mCopyright, 1939, by Tillit

S.

Teddlie.

Used by permission.

185

EVANGELISTIC

210

The

Look on the fields;


John O. Thompson, 17821818
Spirited

Reapers

Call for

for they are white already

to

harvest. John 4:35


J.

-&

-9-

B. O.

-e

Clemm,

--

19th Century

W*

Far and near the fields are teem -ing With the waves of rip - ened grain;
Send them forth with morn's first beaming, Send them in the noon-tide's glare;
thou, whom thy Lord is send - ing, Gath-er now the sheaves of gold;

1.
2.

3.

h- A-

*t^

s^iH

=fc
r rire
PE

fr.bar
-=

r^ri

pi#i*ip

* d=d=*
^s=fes

Far and near

When

sun - ny slope and plain.


gleam-ing; Bid them gath - er ev - 'ry-where.
eve -ning wend - ing, Thou shalt come with joy un - told.

their gold

is

"gleam-ing O'er the

the sun's last rays are

Heav'nward then at

W%

mmm

-=l

fe:

:zsz

Refrain

ippp3
Lord

of

har

vest, send forth

reap

ers!

Hear

us, Lord, to

Thee we cry;

sgyjjgfaBig^f^^^ii
tfcfc

-<s>

Send them now the sheaves

J-J- =m

gg

&

item

fe 1=3=3= =3=i=3

r^

to gath

fe

er,

Ere

the har

vest time pass by.

HtHF^^

MISSION
I'll
As

My

Go Where He Sendeth Me
W.

James Rowe, 1865-1933

i*

sEpi *=*
1.

2.
3.

211

Father hath sent Me, even so send I you. John 20:21


C. Tinsley, 20th

Be3

sN

My Sav-iour needs help-ers fromday to day, To serve Him on land and sea;
So man - y areneed-ing the Gos - pel light, So man - y made free would be;
The way may be drear-y and thorn-y, too, But His bless-ed smile I'll see,

qui hrrr
And
And
And
gttft

Century

so

so,

to

so,

for

am

read- y

all

I'll
I '11

a -way

my Sav-iour my best

1*

my might,

to speed

use-f ul with

be

tk

i*

to

do,

go,

I'll

will-ing-ly

:fc^F

go and glad-ly

I'll

go,

I'll

will-ing-ly

ill^

go,

I'll

k w

v h?

go

go where He send - eth me.


go where He send - eth me.
go where He send - eth me.

isi

E k w

g g F
I '11

ri&

Refrain

I3S

I'll

I'll

n
-9

Lord to

rg
be

to

h*

-M

my

to

go,

s*-

help

be;

<~

^S^Bgl
->.

^FF*

er

He

I*

-r

Wher-ev

I'll

go

and

glad-ly

I'll

go

m^M

t?

b*

send -eth

me
I'll

..

go.

EVANGELISTIC

212

Send the Light


O

send out

Thy

and Thy truth. Psalm 43:3


Charles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932

light

Charles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932

^^^^tfi^P^si^p

:d?

There's a

2.

We

3.

4.

the rest-less wave, "Send the light!


nian call to - day, "Send the light!
'ry-where a-bound; Send the light!
Send the light!
the work of love,

call comes ring - ing o'er


have heard the Mac - e - do Let
us pray that grace may ev Let
us not grow wea - ry in

1.

<*'

IS*
ffift*

i*

* Z3fe

rf t

g^i
Send
Send
Send
Send

the
the
the
the

There are souls

light!

And
And

light!

Let

Send the

a
a
us

gold

^
felft^i

tes
EEl

the

*fc

gos

pel

light;

Let

Send the
from shore to shore!

aszzs:

cue, there are souls to save,


at the cross we lay,

it

ev

els

for

'ry-where be found,
a crown a-bove,

J-J-

P^s
Refeain

Send the

fe

fc

light!

ftt

from shore to

shine

it

the

light!

Send the

Let

ed gos - pel light

shore!

8^

-f ring

mmm

bless

a*

of

..... Send the light! .....


Send the light!
Send the light!

p=p

ed

res

light!

bless

to

en

is:

IS

fefcr

rt

Send the

-q

Christ-like spir
jew
gath - er

light!

Sfe
W

light!

AH

I;

light!"
light!"

Send the

-Ai

it

shine

His

T&

w=&
light!

Send the

and
light!

let

and

its

ra
let

its

diant
ra-diant

ifefaHi

MISSION

Send the Light

beams Light
beams

the

for
world
Light the world
.

Them

Hark!

Out

in

i^r*

ita

^--t-

i^

and the blind. Luke 14:21


William Ogden, 1841-1897

the des - ert dark and drear,


Help Him the wan-d'rlng ones to find?
Out on the moun-tains wild and high;

the Shep-herd's voice I hear,


Who'll go and help this Shep-herd kind,
in the des - ert hear
Out
their cry,

s**

213

halt,

'tis

*f-

- ing the sheep who've gone a-stray


Who'll bring the lost ones to the fold,
Hark! 'tis the Mas-ter speaks to thee,

Call

Far from the Shep-herd's fold a - way.


they'll be shel-tered from the cold:

Where

"Go

find

My sheep wher-e'er they

fe=p

be."

EpE
U=di

jsz=js:

Refrain

-1-

a ^W

In

ife

ev - er more.

S^
5?

Bring

3.

more.

for

Bring in hither the poor, and the maimed, and the


Alexcenah Thomas, 19th Century

2.

er

1.

ev

-4
-*--

B
Bring them

H*

in,

bring

them

^
in,

es

js
I

4,

Bring them

azzaBring them

L^p

in,

bring

them

in,

^_-_^_

in

from the

fields

E^3^

=*=*

of sin;

=^=W:
^J-^t.

Bring the wan-d'ring ones to

g=f=F
ts

1*

bt

3*^

>

tjr

Je

s lis

EVANGELISTIC

Long Have They Waited

214
Go ye

into all the world,

and preach the gospel. Mark 16:15

William G. Schell, b. 1869


Refrain by B. Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

B. Elliott

H
&*g -$-?p^*=*=*

Warren, 1867-1951

iiBlppiiiii

ft

*=3:

Long have they wait - ed in the far dis - tant lands For the pure liv - ing
Long have they wait - ed for the pure liv - ing Word, Since the Gos - pel of
Pa - tient - ly wait - ing for the heav-en - ly light, Pre-cious souls still are
Long have they wait - ed, near - ly two thou-sand years, Still we leave them in

wa - ter from the dear Sav-iour's


heav-en was pro-claimed by the
sleeping
in
a dark sin - ful
darkness and in dread sin - ful

P=3
m

hands; Still they


Lord: "Teach ev
night;
fears;

Pit

are
-

wait

'ry

ing

for the

na -tion," was the

O how
y them, broth er,
the work-ers who will

Where are

A
=gAgaAf==bAg=t=E^
aAe

A
-*-

>fc

f=f
;

^fcPP^iegSSe^&

Gos

- pel
to come, Let us has - ten
to tell them of our heav-en - ly home,
ur - gent com-mand, Yet we have not en-light-ened ev-'ry dark hea- then land,
great is their need! Theyhave no one to teach them, and no Bi - ble
to read,
leave friends and home To de - liv - er lost sin - ners from the wrath yet to come?

,A

Refrain

A-

*
1-

-*

XT
Hark! hear them

call

ing

from

ev

'ry

dark land,

Who

will

m f=r=F=f=F=:

&p:
f= f
fe

IE

MISSION

Long Have They Waited

t?

rough

&

*t

bil

^i

them

to

Je

11

lows brave,

And

lead

-ApA

PHi
H^l

l==te
who

sus

on

j*

can

ly

save.

Over the Ocean Wave


/ shall

Julia

215

give thee the heathen for thine inheritance. Psalm 2:8

Sampson Haskell, 19th Century

William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868

tf"H^=^==)=P-=)=^ FT
4-=i =FfeEEifc=*
3^
|

1.

2.
3.

ver

the

mis

cean wave,
py land

far,

sion ships

glad

far

we

way, There
Shin

the
have
tid- ings

light

bring,

the poor
ing from
as that

List!

=t=r

REF. Pit

hap

Here
in
this
Then, while the

them,

pit

them, Chris

tians

home.

at

Haste with

the

Fine

i^uppngpfe^g^i

*t

hea
God's
hea

bread

then

wait

live,

own Word,

free,

then band

joy

has

ing
pure,
ful

for

day

and

bright

ly

sing,

and

come.

Grop

of

life,

"

in

ver

ig

no

not send
o the

we

to

ranee,

them

cean wave,

il

ten

d=rf
*=^3
i

dark as the
Bi-bles to
see

mmm
D. 0. Refrain

I-

fm

ing

i^^^e

oh,

Shall

night,
No bless
read, Teach-ers,

them 'come, Bring -ing

I2__

Bi - ble to give them the


ed
and preach - ers, and all that they
of life, guid - ing us
the bread

=^

:-gdsr

light.

need?
home."

pi

EVANGELISTIC

216

Where Are the Reapers?


/ will say

Eben

3.
4.

my barn. Matt.

gather the wheat into

the reapers

George

1848

where are

1.
2.

to

E. Rexford, b.

the reap

ers that gar

ner

F.

13:30

Root, 1820-1895

The sheaves of

in

the good

Go out in the by ways and search them all; The wheat may be there
The fields all are rip - 'ning, and far and wide The world now is waitSo come with your sic - kles, ye sons
of
men, And gath - er to - geth-

m^hm^4^H^k^^^
-K

:S==t

^=4

-*r-

from the fields of


sin; With sic - kles of truth must the work
be done,
though the weeds are tall; Then search in the high - way, and pass none by,
ing
the har - vest tide; But reap - ers are few, and the work
is
great,
er
the gold - en grain; Toil
till
on
the Lord of
the har - vest come,

s
I

Refrain

J*-Jt

,UU
And no

one

may rest

the "har -vest


But gath - er from all for the home on
And much will be lost should the har - vest
Then share ye His joy in the "har -vest

who

mm

will

fe^
W
who

And

come

N
-q-
K

will help us
I*

g^ddb
192

till

share

fc

fc

i
J. i i{ E=g

to

in

P-'

P:

the glo

*-

*-*

J- d

i*

home."
high.
_ rpan . ers
Whpp
arp th
Where_ are
ttte reap
wait.
home."

of

the "har -vest

wt
-

n
U

home?" O

-f*-

g -m

^-m-

W*

==*

EJ
^j=jg#feS
I
3E3E*E3E&$^
gar-ner

in

The sheaves of good from the

I*

NFfErfE^P

fields of

sin.

MISSION

Because

All

We

Do Not Love Them

Ezekiel 3:17-22

D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

^?
1.

2.

3.
4.
5.

=t

3=*

Man

- y souls
Broth-er, can
Love bro't Je

to

we

217

day are

dy

Sin

ing,

and sor-row

their

is

When to

us the truth
sus down from glo - ry,
On the cru - el cross
Love un dy
ing, love e
nal
ter
Love will send us o'er
Je - sus said, "Go teach all na - tions"; They are lost if
we
guilt-less

lin

ger,

lot;

giv'n?

is

to

the
de

die;

wave,
-

lay.

HUppS

11

Dark-ness shrouds them with its man - tie, All


be Tear - less, see
the hea-then
dy - ing, With-out
Can
we say we love the hea -then, If
we
Will
im - pel
du - ty,
Help-less
us
to our
we face Him at the judg-ment If
His
Can

we

love them not.


or hope
of heav'n?
turn a - way their cry?
hea-then souls
save.
to
Word we dis - o - bey?

cause

God

Refrain

-I-

gT
?F=2

#1
All

be-cause

we

do

not

love them,

Mil-lions

fk 3
fill

j^SH-a

the

hea-then grave;

mMmmmmmmmmmm
p

Broth-er,

can

b.

diEzSiilz:

you see them per

ish,

When

lit -

tie

love would save?

EVANGELISTIC

218

Gather

Source

Go ye therefore
Unknown

Them

into the highways,

into the Fold

and

bid to the marriage. Mutt. 22:9


J.

Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

i^=^i=#s
1.

2.
S.

from the high-ways and by - ways of sin, In from the storm and cold,
In
Bring them to Je - sus from pal - ace and cot,Waifs from the lane and street
Gath - er them in, jew - els bright for His crown Gath-er them in
to - day
;

*JUUU
3E

Gath-er

He
Gath

*=3

3=3^3
^ + w

=*

go - ing a- stray, In - to the Shepherd's fold.


re-ceive them as
he
did of old,
Guid - ing their way-ward feet.
the rich and the poor just the same, Show them the nar - row way.
the lambs that are

will
-

^=^

er

Refrain

Gath

er

them

in

from the by

ways

of

sin,

from the storm and cold

In

mmmmm^Mmm
3T
Gath

egg
194

- er

the lambs that are

EEE
W *

go

kLJ^-\
^d br*-

ing

- stray,

In

to

the Shepherd's fold.

K E z ^-rFB- g=s

P-P

h= *^HH

Bid
Bring

Them Look

hither the poor, and the maimed, and the halt, and the blind. Luke 14:21

in

Mrs. L. M. Evilsizer, 19th Century

1.

Out

3.

ert

a warn-ing

Shout ye

Life

This

thronged with

ev

Perry,

19th Century

are stray -ing,Bid them look to Christ and live

the lost

to

C.

'ry

dy - ing,Bid them look


na- tion, Bid them look

and
Christ and

to Christ

live

to

live


S
=3=3^3"Tell

J.

cEf ti t TrNrit

if

\u

the des

in

By - ways and high -ways are

2.

219

to Christ

j=^
J

-A

them

their dear ones for them

is

un -cer - tain and time


the day
to
ac-cept

is

them look
fly -ing, Bid them look
va -tion,Bid them look

and
and
Christ and

to Christ

is

to Christ

live.

to

live.

in

pp^

3=

are pray-ing,- Bid


sal -

fe==3fc

J*

g-

live.

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Refeain

^ ^-J^^^j zz^ ^^ ^^g^


j^ta*N
^^^q^^
L

Go

to

the lost

and the dy

ing, broth-er,

Bid them look

==f===j
to Christ

and

-U -

live

gi^^f*
I

Sin doth be

set

them, for help they're cry-ing, Oh, bid them look to Christ and

&^ :: V
w*-r

|>"

it
k-

&====

N^pi
-*

k-

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live.

I
195

EVANGELISTIC

220

"Whosoever Will"
Whosoever

will,

him take

let

the water of

life

freely. Rev. 22:17

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

H*

^i^r

a1

"Who-so-ev-er hear-eth," shout, shout the sound! Spread


Who - so - ev - er com - eth, need not de - lay, Now
"Who-so-ev-er will," the prom - ise is se- cure; "Who -

1.

2.
3.

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en
ev

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Sgtf r-U

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on

life

man

er
ly
for

is

found,

Liv - ing Way:


ev - er - more;

r -^

g~&

p~

- p^s
^
^e

the bless-ed ti - dings


the door is
o - pen,
so - ev - er will," for-

fe^4^fefe

the world a -round; Tell the joy - ful news wher


ter while you may;
Je - sus is the true, the
er must en - dure; "Who - so -ev - er will," 'tis

all

si

g^

Refeain
is

fe

Smm4H*4^Hil\i'.fil
"Who - so - ev
Pft

er will

may

come. " " Who

so

ev

er will,

who

so - ev

er will!

5 U
S

Pi

p=^^a ~*^3

Send

the proc

la

ma

tion

3?
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vale

and

hill;

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Fa

itt=y
i^S
196

ther

calls

IS

the wan-d'rer home:

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J.

"Who

ev

r ~-5~t^i^
g

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iEE

ing

V-

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a)

so

er

will

may come."

-a--*-

INVITATION AND APPEAL

Softly
Come

unto Me,

all

and Tenderly

Will L. Thompson, 1847-1909

wm&m&m

fe*=.-3b

1.

3.

4.

11:28

Will L. Thompson, 1847-1909

5fef
373
4 i
2.

221

ye that labour and are heavy laden. Matt.

Soft -ly and ten-der-ly Je-sus


Why should we tarry when Jesus

me;
me;
Time isnow fleeting, the moments are passing, Passing for you and for me;
Oh! for the won-der-ful love He has promised, Promised for you and for me;
Call-ing for you and for

is

call-ing,

is

pleading, Plead-ing for you and for

on the por-tals He's watching and waiting,


and heed not His mer-cies,
Shad-ows are gath-er-ing, death beds are com-ing,
Tho' we have sinned, He has mer-cy and par-don,
See,

Watch-ing for you and for me.

Why should we lin-ger

Mer-cies for you and for me.


Com-ing for you and for me.
Par - don for you and for me.

*:

Refrain

-$*

*g=F

wT-r =*-yEr-r-**=*-

Come home,
come home,
Ye who
Come home,
come home,

*=F

_>

*=

p*.

are wea-ry,

/n /a

come home!.

j^MgrnmiA
Tit

&

^^

^^

fizf

Ear-nest-ly, ten-der-ly,

h&
s
*

Je-sus

is call-ing,

Call-ing,

sin-ner,

come home!

mi
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197

EVANGELISTIC

222

Come, Ye Wanderers

Come

unto Me,

all

Source

Unknown

Words

arr.

by Chas. Edw. Pollock,

mm
err

Charles Edwin Pollock, b. 1853

1853

b.

$=& feM^+

1.

Come,

ye wan-d'rers,

all

2.

Saints

are wait

an

3.

Christ

4.

Come,

for - sak

ing,

wait

ing

to

ye wea

ry,

hea

is

ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Matt. 11:28

BE r

gels long

vy

la

-en, Come to Christ

for

God's in

ting,

ing,

vi

you, Seek, and His

for -give
-

den,

Lay your bur

sweet

for
-

- est

sin - ner,
-

dens

give-ness
all
a -

p^

Si
rest;

come

Come and
;

One and

find;
side

Why still

Come and

join

the heav'n-ly

all

cho

rus; Come, and be

Why re-fuse Him ? And

lin - ger?

can have sweet par- don

claim the

bless-ed

Je

sus

He has

'Twas

died

for

for

all

blessed.

still

man

roam?
-kind,

you the dear Lord

died.

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3ff-:i==tr
Refeajn

su-preme-ly

in sin - f ul paths

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f

Come,

ye

wea

ry,

hea

vy

la

den,

pHHrrt^ii
d2:

Long

by

sin

^S

Hear the pre-cious in

- vi - ta - tion

op

care

E*EE*iE^Ei

^^^#^EiE&y^

pressed

and

;"Come,and

will

=3
give

you

=3^
'

rest."

ffrrft^^^Pp

AND APPEAL

INVITATION

Come
Him

that

d2

S?S

2.
3.

=fc

pfs

Come

4.

I3

Me

to

no wise

will in

out. John 6:37

east

^^i

Charles Edwin Pollock,

s=^

Are you wea


Are you wea
Are you wea

1.

cometh

Unknown

Source

223

to Jesus

Je

to

hea

vy

Do

den,

you

ry,

ry

with

the pleas

ures That

ry

with

the friend

ship

The

sus,

wea

one;

Come

la

lost

ry,

rr~^
long

nev
vain world
can

IS

3a

tor peace
-

He

for

b.

er

sat

has

to

is

pass

is

be
-

ing

-_

e^ef

P~*

and

m^^^m^^m
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Je -sus waits

with

for -give

full

You may have joys pure and


Come to Christ, the friend of
Ven-ture

r=*

ful

S3

sstfce

and

all,

ness, For

the

soul with

last - ing, That earth's gold

trust

-A~

Him, He

will

save

and

4=

op-pressed.

sin

can nev

sin - ners, Then true friendship

ly

er

buy.

shall

know.

you
sat

is

fy.

==

Refrain

g^^tt^^p^l
^
Come

to

dfc

give

Je

sus,

come

to

Je

if

He

is

call

>

ing,

fcfc:

is

A a

call - ing,

Trust

Him now and you

K IL =z=-a.

your

all

sins

for

iP

He

will

P' r

PPPPI^

He

sus,

^EEg

shall

live.

fe 1

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1*

199

EVANGELISTIC

Jesus Will Give You Rest

224

Come unto Me,


Fanny

J.

2.
3.
4.

and

I u>ill

give you

P j=j=i^

Will you come, will


Will you come, will
Will you come, will
Will you come, will

1.

-Matt. 11:28

rest.

Crosby, 1820-1915

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Balm for your
Je
Fly

2
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g

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come, With your poor brok-en heart,


come? There is mer - cy for you,
come? You have noth- ing to pay;
come? How He pleads with you now;

you
you
you
you

-f-

John R. Sweney, 1837-1899

-r-

who

-F-

-r*-

His

sus
to

-=-

sin

Lay it down at the feet of your Sav - iour and Lord,


On - ly come as you are, and be-lieve on His name,
best,
By His death on the cross pur -chased life for your soul,
ingbreast, Andwhat-ev - er your sin
or your sor - row may be,
op

ach-ing
loves you
lov

press 'd?
breast;

mm^
fe:

*-

1*-

tr~ftr

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iz=U

Refrain

g=jp^gi^l^
Je

sus

you

sus

will

^
you

K-

sim

t-W

JL.

py

rest,

JL.

J*.

trust

rest,

ja gg

i=[ tz=tg-

(hap-py

rest.)

f
O

ing faith?

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Je

sus

will

-v

why

V
=

won't you

3=2
give

rest,

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fi-f^

pie,

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in

200

rftf-r

give

hap

rest.

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8:

give

==

I
Je

will

you

s
rest.

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

225

Come, Lost One


Come;
Joseph

now ready. Luke

for all things are

Shoemaker, 1854-1936

S.

mm
te

1.

2.
3.
4.

14:17

Joseph

S.

Shoemaker, 1854-1936

5T

Come, lost one, your Saviour

He's pleading with ten - der-est voice;


Come with all thy guilt and pol - lu - tion, And call on the name of the Lord;
Thy sins tho' they be red like crim-son, Yea, tho' they be man - y and great,
The Lord has pro - vid - ed a -bun-dance, Yea, all that ye need is in store;

W
#H^ l

call

is

ing,

Sr-*-*

-S- ~Wr

-zh

Come

out from your ways of transgression, And has - ten to make Him your choice.
He's read-y to cleanse and to bless you, And save by His life -giv- ing Word.
Shall be blot -ted out by your Sav-iour, If
you come to Him ere too late.
Then come and par-take of His boun - ty, And trust Him for grace ev - er - more.

Refrain

a i*ftgiii
Oh,

^r-

*f

why should you wan-der

L *i

When

Je

in

dark-ness? Oh,

ITT

Ju

Ai

4k

AH-

sus

is

AJ

read-y

^d

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1
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to save you,

msm

why should you

E^E3

lon-ger de

lay,

mm

And keep you from sin ev-'ry day?

Pppa
201

EVANGELISTIC

226

No Hope

Jesus

in

Having no hope, and without God


William O. Cushing, 1823-1902

Iw

r^z

have
have
to have
Now, we pray

3.

4.

to
to

the world.

Eph.

2:12

Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

iE^
2

-3

Oh,
Oh,
Oh,

1.

2.

in

Sav - iour!
Sav -iour!
Sav -iour!
Je - sus;

no Christ, no
no Christ, no
no Christ, no
thee,

come

to

No

Rock, no

Ref-uge

nigh!

How

lone

No

hand to clasp thine own!

His

ly

life

must

par-d'ning love

re

be!
ceive;

When

the dark days round thee gath - er, When the storms sweep o'er the sky!
lost and driv - en On
wide and shore less sea.
Like
a sail - or,
a
Thro' the dark, dark vale of shad-ows Thou must press thy way
a - lone.
For the Sav - iour now is call - ing, And He bids thee turn and live.
-

P^l
1-3.
4.

Oh,

to

Come

to

Er^E

have no hope
Je - sus, He

in

will

-<

Je
sin

no

light

Oh,
to have no
hope in Je - sus!
Then, when thou hast found the Sav - iour,

202

is

sus!

ners;

r=r

<=fc

in

the friend of

friend,

BE
=q

No
He

Je - sus!
save you;

ft^fe

^E:=i=

How
How
-

^m
^m

dark this world must be!


bright this world will be!

S
1

AND APPEAL

INVITATION

227

Only Trust Him


Take

My

yoke upon you, and learn of Me;

Matt.

and ye

^^

P1PP

3.
4.

gTrhrhf

That leads you

And

on

He

And

will sure

Plunge now

in - to

Be
To

lieve

in

Him

dwell

in

that

MP

en

d
ly

J=

<Lj,

give

you rest

crim
with - out
the
ce

les

Lord,

be

in

to

glo

ry

stow;

rest:
go,

Frfh

pi
By

trust

son flood That wash


de - lay, And you

tial land,

Where

the

to

d:

There's mer-cy
with
Rich bless -ings
to

fiP

unto your souls.

sin op-pressed,
Come, ev - 'ry soul by
pre-cious blood,
For
Je - sus shed His
the Truth, the Way,
Yes,
Je - sus
is
ho - ly band,
Come, then, and join this

1.

2.

shall find rest

John H. Stockton, 1813-1877

John H. Stockton, 1813-1877

:4=

11:29

jTg

ing
in
His
es white as
f ul - ly
are

blest.

mor

flow.

joys im

word.
snow.

tal

Refrain

NS

r^p

a==2
On

ly

trust Him,

on

ly

trust Him,

i=a
f
On

ly

trust

Him

Immmm^mim

pi^P^p^fpPtt
He

will

save

you,

mjLS=^J--

He

will

save you,

He

-a

yk-

will

save you

now;

*-=-*-

=^=

now.

IrfBi^i
m-

203

228

Jesus
Come

Fanny

J.

J
ft

ft

Je
Je
Je
Je

1.

2.

3.
4.

and

=
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J*

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sus
sus
sus
sus

fc

is

ten

s
s

call

der
ing

wait

ing;

plead -ing;

ms

ly

call

the

wea come

O
O

call

wait-ing
hear Him

to
to
to
to

^
Why

day;
day;
day;
day;

f r r
U

Bring

Him

Come with
They who

be

'

ifc

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call

ing
ing

ing

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shine

of

den

and

at

His
His

sins;
lieve

on

love wilt thou roam


thou shalt be blest:
feet low - ly
bow;

name

shall

re

joice;

1/

Refrain

^fe^B
ing

Call

to

Call-ing, call-ing to

day,

day,

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to

to

to

day,
day,

to

Je
Je

day,

sus

'

Is

ten

der

ly

ten

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der

is
-

ly

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call

ing

to

day,

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day,

is

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ing,

to

to - day,
to - day,
to - day,
to -day,

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t?

Hear Him

^j^^ Hh ^^
call

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k-

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fr

call

ing
ing

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...
-

JU

f^r

now

His voice:

sun
bur

r r r
?

a - way?
He will not turn thee a - way.
Come, and no Ion - ger de - lay.
Quick-ly
a - rise and a - way.

Call
Call

thy
thy

3^

^=^

Him

to
to

===

from the

Far-ther and far-ther

fc/

ing thee home Call


rest
ry
to
Call

f5
ing
ing

list

^H |

call

you rest. Matt. 11:28


George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

I will give

Crosby, 1820-1915

gJ

unto Me,

Is Calling

=s

M.

dm

day

Mm

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

229

While Jesus Whispers to You


When Thou
William

saidst,

My

my

heart said
Psalm 27*8

face;

Thy

Lord, will I seek.

face,

E. Witter, b. 1854

&

Stanzas 3

4,

While Je
Are
you

3.

Why

4.

Far

will
off

5.

Oh,

hear

*=a

2.

whis
heav

you
you
His

Ion

may
ten

to
pers
y - la ger doubt

have wan
-

you,

Come,

den? Come,

Him? Come,
dered, Come,

plead

der

gi

:^c

3-

sus
too

Horatio R. Palmer, 1834-1907

M. Alexander

Mrs. C.

5fe
1.

Seek ye

ing,

Come,

sin
sin
sin
sin
sin

*V

cornel

ner,
ner,
ner,
ner,
ner,

come!
come!
come!
come!

=t:

|=i^^pE3E^^^
While
Je

we

are

sus

will

you
you

What

will

God's

gifts

Come

and

J3

re

pray
bear
do

ing

may

you,

for

Come,

your bur - den. Come,


with - out
Him? Come,
have squan -dered, Come,
the

ceive

bless

Mm

ing,

Come,

sin
sin
sin
sin
sin

come!
come!
come!
come!
come!

ner,
ner,
ner,
ner,
ner,

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Now

the

Je For
Cease

sus

While

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you
now, your
sus
Je

will

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time
to
not
de - ceive
yearn
heart is
heart to
hard
whis - pers
to

Him,
you,
-

ing,
en,

you,

Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,

sin
sin
sin
sin
sin

ner,
ner,
ner,
ner,
ner,

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^imm

?
Now
Je

Why
Je
While

^ff

know

Him,

be

ceive
turn

ly

par

you,
ing?
don,
you,

is

the

time

sus
not
sus

will
to
will

now
Him

we

are

pray - ing

come!
come!
come!
come!
come!

free

to
re
-

for

Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,
Come,

t
1

sin
sin
sin
sin
sin

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ner,
ner,
ner,
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come!
come!
come!
come!
come!

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EVANGELISTIC

230

There's a Fountain Free


Whosoever

Mary

will,

Egg 2=2:

A
1.

2.
3.

him

take the water of

freely. Rev. 22:17

life

Asa Brooks Everett, 1828-1875

it 3

F=?

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mi

There's a foun-tain free, 'tis for you and me, Let us haste, O haste to the brink;
There 's a liv - ing stream with a crystal gleam, From the throne of life now it flows;
There's a liv -ing well and its wa-ters swell, And e-ter-nal life they can give;
There's a rock that's cleft and no soul is left, That may not its pure waters share;

K
4.

let

B. C. Slade, 1826-1882

P- P-

fcfc=fc

P- -k- zfe

^ ^

-(=-'

pp-

Tis
a fount of love from the Source above, And He bids us
all free- ly drink,
While the wa-ters roll let the wea - ry soul Hear the call that forth free -ly goes,
And we joy - ful sing, ev-er spring, spring, As we haste to drink and to live,
Tis for you and me, and its stream I
see; Let us has -ten joy -ful- ly there.

mmm

mg^mm p
P- fz g: g-

Befbain

tfy^v
Will you

J^ip^m^fmrn

come

'tis for you and me;


to the fountain free? Will you come?
Will you come,
Will you come,

fefc
R=tz

p- p. jl ^>

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Thirst-y soul (thirsty soul) hear the welcome call; 'Tis a

foun-tain
4*

206

-P F-

P-

pen for

all.

INVITATION AND APPEAL

Come
For with Thee

Fanny

is

George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

i
A i ^z^lbzzza^
1.

2.
3.

4.

the fountain of life. Psalm 36:9

Crosby, 1820-1915

J.

Come with thy


Come as thou

231

to the Fountain

sins

to

art

to

These are the words of


Come and be healed at

the
the
the
the

'^W-^
Come

with thy bur - den


of grief;
sus
is wait - ing
for thee;
Sav - iour, They who re - pent and be-lieve
foun - tain, List
to the peace-speak-ing voice
foun-tairt,

foun-tain, Je

tei#l

si

nrX-

h^^mmmm^m^
Bur

What

y them deep

tho' thy sins

They who are

will

sin

ver

-*

in

its

wa

are like crim


ing
to trust
ner re - turn

re - lief.
There thou wilt find
a
White as the snow they shall be.
Him, Life
at His hand shall re - ceive.
- ing, Now
an - gels re - joice.
let the
ters,

son,

t^tr-

e-r

liMlr Ft

V-r-

Refrain
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Haste thee a-way, why wilt thou stay? Risk not thy soul

on

mo

ment'sde-lay;

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30^E

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Je

3ES -

sus

is

wait

ing

to

save

thee,

Mer

cy

is

plead

ing

to

a=t
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day.
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207

EVANGELISTIC

Come Home, Poor Sinner

232

He

Let him return unto the Lord, and

H. R.

Jeffrey,

;**

P^f

4ES

1.

2.

3.
4.
6.

will

I9th Century

Come
He

home,

Oh,
Oh,
Oh,

come
come
come

=S

poor

sin

to
to
to
to

save

died

have mercy upon him. Isa. 55:7


H. R. Jeffrey, 19th Century

ner,

Why

you

On
Do

Je
Je
Je

sus,
sus,
sus,

fr

=*

He's

How

Sav
-

Come,
With
He's

iour's

call

hold

what

suf

and
His

He'll

save

sal
ing,

va

plead

plead

roam

ger

va
de

ry;
lay;

ing

still

you

stay?

PP

1^_

3
Thy
Be

Ion

Cal
not
wait
can

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ing;
f'ring!

"Come
'Twas

all

for

thee.

you,
tion

Come
Thy

while

you

may.

soul

ing,

Come,

come

to
to

home,

home."

come

fill.

day.

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f-

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Refrain
jB

Je

1
-

sus

is

E
plead-ing,

He's

in -

ter-ced -ing;

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to

come;

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sin

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Come home, come home.

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AND APPEAL

INVITATION

Come
And he
George

and came

arose,

233

to the Saviour
to

his father. Luke

F. Root, 1820-1895

15:20

George

F. Root, 1820-1895

Earnestly

pppp^^^niBi

S4
ft

*=*

1.

Come

2."Suf
3.

the Sav
the chil
a - gain,

to
fer

Think once

Word

He

heart

leap

blest

com

has shown

drenF'oh,
He's with

mand

=t==t

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Here

de - lay;
His voice!
to

day;

Here

ev

Heed

now

^=&=
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'ry

His

our midst He's


us
free - ly
His
ac - cents

now

Hear

His

in

Let

in
let

And

-A-

5*

no
hear
us

the way;
re - joice;
o - bey;

us

and
and

forth
-

make

iour,

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r

Refeain

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stand

ing

to

day,

Ten

der
not

make Him our choice: Do


ten

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der

ly

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rq

will

ly

de

you,

-4-,
atz

the meet -ing

My

Vnd

we

gath

er,

Joy

come.

dren,

come?"

sin

^*

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our hearts are

d==^=R-

Sav

iour,

with Thee,

In

ful,

Pi
pure

and

free;

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joy

ful,

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"Come!"

ing,

but

'^^

When from

be,

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lay,
chil

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say, "Will

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ter

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nal home.

EVANGELISTIC

Come, Ye Weary Ones, Tonight

234
Come
Jac.

D. Toews,

unto Me,

h^->N
rr~^-w
1.
2.
3.

ye that labour and are heavy laden.

all

1903

b.

1*.

J*

V=&

^=5*

-*

Matt.

11:28

Jac. D.

Toews,

b.

1903

^mm

Come, ye wea - ry ones, to - night, Je - sus helps the


foe
to
fight,
Leave the world with all its sin,
Je - sus helps to cleanse with - in,
His love is
full
and free, For His blood flowed there for thee,
O

-AA

He'll glad
i

will

take

His

riv

ly

a
en

your

all

way your

on

side

sin

Cal

for -give; Plunge in -to


the
stain; He
will give you
va - ry; Come to-night and

-y

guilt
-

heal-ing
joy
and
do
not

^=11

<7

3^:

tt=e=*

=*:

stream, whol - ly
on His prom - ise lean,
and your bur -dened heart re - lease,
peace
is
too
late,
wait
ere
for you
it

For
For

His
His
Yes, His

prom - ise says then


prom -ise
al - ways
prom - ise stands e-

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live.

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Come

to

night and

do

not

tar

ry,

Take

your

ly.

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p_ =h=j-U
:

"Je'llhelp

to

car

ry,

Ev

'ry

5=

bur

den

k5

k=
to

night.

INVITATION

Troubled Soul, Thy God


The Lord hath spoken, and

called the earth

IN

N:

4-^-s

from the

rising of the

1.

Troub-led soul, thy God


have heard thy bit
re - joice in thy
"I

2. "I
3.

call

ter groan

re

turn

ing,

Soft

ing,

ing,

have heard thy mourn-ing


Come, My child, I love thee

ly

call

ing, dost

thou hear?

sigh,
still;

-h-

p=

t=

-t

=3=S

Whilst the ev-'ning dews are


fall - ing,
of - f enc - es now be - moan - ing,
Past
Thou hast grieved My heart in spurn - ing,

m$^

mp

^mmm
mm

sun. Psalm 50:1


Davis, 20th Century

^=k
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is
-

W.

J.

~^m

235

Is Calling

Christian G. Buerge, 1863-1948

AND APPEAL

i^S

He

is draw-ing
ver - y
Help is com - ing from on
Yet thy heart with love 1*11

m
near.
high.
fill.

iEE^m
f

at-+-d

g g-a=F-a
g S:
3*

love,
His ten -der tones ad - dress - ing, Reach-ing out His hand of
hear thee in
I
the cold and chil - ly night,
the dis - tance, In
Come, ye need no price or
mon - ey, Feast up - on the liv - ing Word:

In

Faint

--=--

^i^^^^fe

In His Word comes forth a


bless - ing,
Thro' the fog that's ev - er mist - ing,
Bet - ter this than milk and hon - ey,

^ E^zzflS*^F=^
:

1=

Con-stant, streaming from a - bove.


re - veal Mypow'r and might."
It
is
I,
am the Lord.
I

I'll

i-

211

EVANGELISTIC

Why

236
Behold,

Daniel

W.

now

is

the accepted time;

2.
3.
4.

the day of salvation. II Cor. 6:2

Charles C. Case, 1843-191*

Whittle, 1840-1901

mm
1.

Not Now?

PPSi!

3^:

fei

While we pray, and while we plead, While you see


not risk
You have wan-dered far a - way; Do

your soul's deep


an - oth - er
Aught of peace for troub-led
the world you've failed to find
In
Come to Christ, con - fes-sion make; Come to Christ, and par - don

need,

day,

mind;
take;

i^pfeii^i=^ii^
While your Fa

ther calls you

not turn from God your


Do
Come to Christ, on Him be Trust in Him from day to

home, Will you not, my broth - er,


ac - cept His.
face, But
to - day
re
lieve, Peace and joy you shall
the
He
will keep you all
day,

come?
grace.
-

ceive.

way.

^^^^^=^^^^^^^-^^3
Refrain

%^

Why not come to


why not now?
not now?
why now now?
Why not now?

Je

L^

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not now?

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not now?

not now?

why

Why

not come to Je

sus

now';

not now?

tE=fc=*:
i

^^

^^

INVITATION AND APPEAL

Oh,
Now
Eliza

the accepted time; behold,

now

is

the day of salvation. II Cor. 6:2

^fa^^
not

do

let

the

237

Not Tonight?

H. Reed, 1794-1867

Oh,

1.

is

Why

-fiT
Word
de

part,

And

J.

Calvin Bushey, 19th Century

close thine eyes

a-gainst the

bless thy long de - lud - ed


To - mor-row's sun may nev - er rise To
lin-gers still: And wilt thou thus His love reOur Lord in pit - y
Our bless - ed Lord re - fus - es none Who would to Him their souls u-

2.
3.

4.

*&m

(g^^gE^;
i=g^g~g

feA

light;

Poor sin

sight;

This

quite?

Re-nounce
Be - lieve,

nite.

is

ner,

hard

the

time,

once

at
o

bey,

not your heart, Be


wise,
Be
be
thy stub-born will,
Be
the work is
done, Be

en

saved,

oh,

to-night,

oh, then

saved,

oh,

to-night.

saved,

oh,

to-night.

saved,

oh,

to-night.

= i

:fr

i^pg

==5:

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1

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Refrain
^=Hr

r=FJOh,
Oh,

why
why

not to-night?

e=fg
d
^ ?

not to-night?

Wilt thou
be saved?
Then
not to-night? Wilt thou be saved, wilt thou be saved,Then

night?

Why

Why

Why

not tonot to-night?

mmm^m

3.

=t

f'zr?r Oh,"nwhy z'tr


not to-night?'

to-night?
not
why
why not, oh why not to-night?

I
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EVANGELISTIC

238
Knowing therefore
Eden R. Latta, b. 1839

=*
Wan
Wan
Wan
Wan

1.

2.
3.
4.

He
On

der
der
der
der

will
ly

for

Start

D. S.

er

in

sin

er

on

bar

- er,

be

do

you

save
so

we persuade men. II Cor. 5:11


Jacob M. Showalter, 19th Century

you
you
you
you

ful ways,
Will
ren ground, Will
Will
too late,
de - lay
Will

fore
not

by

you
you
you
you

His grace, Will


be found, Will

peace

can
your
seal
heat - en

=i^b

er,

to Jesus ?

the terror of the Lord,

mr 35

Death may

You Go

Will

aw

ful
fate,
to - day

Start

Will
Will

-TJ

to

your

Elim

heart

to
to
to
to

go
go
go
go

to
to
to

Je
Je
Je
Je

Je
Je
Je
Je

to

bus?
sus?
sus?
sus?

sus?
sus?
sus?
sus?

*m

B mm 1
And

go
go
go
go

will

you

Will

give,

go

Je

to

sus?

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D.8.

-td

He

is

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wait

re-ceive,

ing

$m

If

=*

/ will arise

John

3.

S.

will

ly

be -lieve,

mm

and go

to

my

father. Luke 15:18

Asa Hull,

Coffman, 1848-1899

b.

1828

"
1

S-LZjT

wea - ry wan - der - er, come home, Thy Sav - iour bids thee come;
Think of thy Fa - ther's house to - day, So blest with plen-teous store.
be rec - on - ciled;
Poor prod - i - gal, come home and rest, Come and

REF.Help

Oi
214

^
1.

on

Remember Me

239

2.

you

me,

dear Sav

t^t

iour,

Thee

to

own,

And

ev

er

faith -ful

be;

i =i
3BL

INVITATION

Remember Me

at=3=

*=.

fcH

Thou long

thy

Here lean

up

ful,

on

thy

sit -

test

And when Thou

idUUJ

t=^=

love to roam, Yet


still
He calls thee, come.
wan-d'ring way, Then come, and roam no more.
loves His wan-d'ring child.
Fa-ther's breast, He
Lord, re - mem - ber
on Thy throne,
me.

didst

sin
sin

in

Think of

AND APPEAL

dt=s

=F==

>

\7

240

Gome, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy


Ho, every one

that thirsteth,

come ye

the waters. Isa. 55:1

to

Joseph Hart, 1712-1768

1.

2.
3.
4.

Come,
Now,
Let
Come,

Jean

-ness
you tar - ry
the

fit

JV I
=
j

He
till

Full

pent-ance,

Ev

you're bet

ble,

With-out mon-ey,
This

Not

OTT

He

With-out

He gives you, This


the righteous, Not

Is

You

and sore;

glo-ri

fy;

fond-ly dream;
by the fall;

of
pit - y, love, and
'ry grace that brings you
feel your need of
to
will nev - er come at

pow'r:
nigh,

Him:
all;

&

J-^J-aLg

is

sick

r
is

ter,

It

save you,

re -quir-eth

He

Rousseau, 1712-1778

ye sin - ners, poor and need-y, Weak and wound-ed,


come and wel-come; God's freeboun-ty
ye need-y,
not con-science make you lin - ger, Nor
of
fit - ness
ye wea-ry, heav - y - la - den, Bruised and man-gled

Je - sus read - y stands to


True be - lief and true re
All
If

J.

He
Come

ble,

mon-ey,

He gives you; 'Tis


the righteous,
Sin

is

to

will

ing: doubt

Je -sus

the Spir - it's


ners Je - sus

fc^
-m^jU-e

E^r*

no more.

Christ and buy.

glimm'ring beam.

came

to

call.

215

EVANGELISTIC

241

Troubled Heart, Thy God


The Son

fanny

J.

Art
Let

3.

4.

come

is

to

save that which was lost. Matt. 18:11

Crosby, 1820-1915

Trou - bled
Come, the

1.

2.

man

of

Calling

Is

heart,

thou

Spir
wait

the

an

thy

God

is

call

it

still

is

plead

ing

till

bear

the
the

mor

gels

it-

m=

ti

draw
is
He
Him,
Come
to
Thou may'st nev
Up - ward to

ing,
ing,

row

dings

=&

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1818-1883

Vail,

Silas J.

ing
the
er

the

>-

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EF

f
ver

and

meek
see

its

courts

of

i&i-

near
mild

;
;

light

heav'n

bf~f

Do
He
Come

not
at

hide
wait
once

Let

them

sing,

is

thy
ing
-

ac

deep

now

to

cept

His

ho

ly

with

mo

tion,

mer

you,
cy

rapt

ure,

save

mm

Refbain

Do
Wilt

He
O'er

not check
thou not
is

wait

an- oth

-r

that

fall

ing

be

rec

on

ing

er

F^

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Oh,

~
216

52

be saved,

come
soul

Oh, be

tear.
ciled ?
to - night.

saved, His

i=

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isD
died

mm

is

free

for-giv'nl

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-&-

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ir

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died

for

thee

^S

INVITATION

The Midnight

242

Call

^Ba^
cometh, at even, or at midnight.Mark 13:35

Ye know not when the Master


Christian G.

Jeremiah

Buergc, 1863-1948

1.

'Tis

Ye

3.

Now

4.

Then

Ingalls,

mid - night and the Sav-iour calls :"Come un- to Me, bothgreat and small;
the skies;
slum-b'ring na-tions, wake and rise, Lift up your heads, look to
hu - man race;
is
the time, the day of grace, For all the fall - en
make your bed in torments where God will not hear your bit-ter prayer.

fe=F
-A-fcfc

From ev
The

'ry

kin

Sav-iour's

Come

1764-1828

--

-I

2.

AND APPEAL

to

Gnash-ing

in

dred,

vi

na-tion, tongue;
ta - tion heed,

the Lord, ac - cept


of teeth will
be

Come one, come all, come old and young.'


-wake, a rise, and make full speed!

His hand, Or soon you must re - ject-ed stand.


your doom, No light, no hope e - ter-nal gloom.

mid - night and we hear the cry, The Sav - iour now is pass-ing by.
hap - py throng;
in lamps and march
a - long The Lord to meet a
Or will you long - er lin-g'ring stay,
o - bey,
you now the call
you make that aw - ful choice? Or will you hear the Sav-iour's voice?

'Tis

Bring oil
Oh, will
Oh, will

Oh, will

you

let

Him

call

in

vain, Lie

The pre - cious time may soon be

o'er,

Un til you hear the trum-pet


"Come un -to Me while yet I

sound,

call,

down and

The dead
For now

rise
I

a-sleep

fall

You'll hear the Sav

from
will

a -gain?

iour 's call no more.

the quak-ing ground?


for-give you all."

217

EVANGELISTIC

Why

243

Rise,

George

He

Do You Wait?
calleth

thee Mark

10:49

George

Root, 1820-1895

F.

Root, 1820-1895

F.

mum=M?^=&^m=md
Why

1.

do

3.

What do
you
Do

4.

Why

2.

you
you

wait,

not

feel,

dear
dear
dear
dear

hope,

you wait,

do

t&

S:

er,

Oh,

why

er,

To

er,

His

er?

The

gain by
Spir - it
har - vest

EE

e
t

broth
broth
broth
broth

rr

f-

tar

fur

ry

so

ther

de
with
a

striv

ing

pass

ing

$.
Sav

long?

Your

lay?
in?

There's no
why
Oh,

way,

Your

Sav

iour

is

one

to

not

ac

iour

is

you

do

now
is

^
wait
save
cept
long

ing

to

you

but

His

sal-

ing

to

m
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u
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give

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va

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oth
There's no
And throw off
There's dan- ger

tion,

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you,

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in

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sane

er

way

thy
and

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throng.

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den

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way.

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of

sin.

lay.

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not?

why

r-fH

not?

Why

not come

to

218

not?

why

not?

mm

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Why

Him

Why

not come

r-E

to

Him now?
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2j_

INVITATION AND APPEAL

In the Silent Midnight


Behold,

stand at the door and knock. Rev. 3:20

George

Arthur C. Coxe, 18181896

^=2^*1=2
1.

2.
3.

244

Watches
F. Root,

1820-1895

liH^PifeM^pi
r
-

mid - night watch-es, List thy bos


the
si - lent
In
the hall
Death comes down with reck-less foot-steps, To
Then 'tis time to stand en- treat -ing Christ to let

om"s door!
and hut;

thee

in;

mimmmMm^mm^
pi^sp
How it knock-eth, knock-eth, knock -eth,
Think you death will tar - ry knock -ing,
beat - ing,
of heav - en
the gate
At

Knock eth

When
Wail

ev

the door
-

ing

for

er -more!
is

shut?

thy

sin?

m^^mmmm^m^m
w

w~-

thy
Say
not 'tis
Je - sus wait -eth,
Nay! a - las, thou

:2=i=^

,.x

thy heart of
beat - ing, 'Tis
sin;
wait- eth, wait -eth;
But the door is
fast;
guilt - y
crea-ture! Hast thou, then, for -got?
puis

e's

i2-

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fp:

j^-l^b^^d

thy Sav - iour knocks, and


Sav - iour
Grieved, a-way thy
to
long
Je - sus wait - ed

'Tis

cri

go

^^i^

-eth, "Rise,
-

know

and

let

eth,

Death breaks

thee,

Now

in

He knows

Me
at

in!"
last.

thee not!

EVANGELISTIC

245

Knocking
Behold,

Mary

at the

Door

stand at the door, and h.7iock.Rev. 3:20

Asa Brooks Everett, 1828-1875

B. C. Slade, 1826-1882

fc-f

pl|^pli=l=|^
my

1.

Who

2.

Lone

3.

All

thro'

the dark

4.

Door

of

my heart,

at
-

F%4 =F

U-

is

stand-

ing,

He's

stay

ing,

door

with-out

ly

hours drear - y,
has - ten
I

Pa Lone -

tient
ly

Knock!

Thee

En

Je

sus,

He

Tho'

ing

in

will

near,

am

I,

is

He;

pen wide,

J3^
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mand

ing

still

de

lay

ing,

Will

art

Thou

not

wea

ry,

Wait

and

chas

ten,

He

re-buke

gjjjj

-s--I-

Whose

de

am

trance with-in
I

draw

a- gain

ing

Si^S
i^
r
While

ly

with

PIP

is

the voice

He

not pass
so

ing

with

shall

--

hear

me

by

me

long for

me

bide.

PN^I

Refrain

J?M35j3ii
Sweet

ly

the tones

are

pi
If

220

r* r~r

f*

thou

fc

wilt

fall

r
heed My
ji

ing:

"O

w*\t

s
call

-*pen

the door
:

h*h*

ing,

will

Me!

mh

^32E
-

for

bide

5F 3
with

^
thee.'

INVITATION AND APPEAL

246

There's a Stranger at the Door


//

John

any man hear

My

voice,

and open the door,

-A

,*

^-

ESS
1.
2.

3.

4.

I will

come

B. Atchinson, 1840-1882

There's a Stran-ger at the


O - pen now to Him your
Hear you now His lov - ing
Now ad - mit the heav'n-ly

door,
heart,
voice?

Guest,

He

has been there oft be - fore,


you wait He will de - part,
Now, oh, now make Him your choice,
He will make for you a feast,
If

^b L

is

will

b#

i=E
?

Let
Let
Let
Let
Let the Saviour

Let
Let
Let
Let
Let the Saviour

Him
Him
Him
Him

-m-f^-

in;
in;

in;
in;

Let the Saviour

in,

Him
Him
Him
Him

in;

in;
in;

in;

LettheSav lour

in,

in;

in;

in,

ere

He

Ho

in,

He

is

will
will

de

fend,

re

all

are

store,
riv'n,

mm

re
sus Christ, the Fa-ther's Son,
He will keep you to the end,
And His name you will a - dore,
He will take you home to heav'n,

Je

vz

-19-

Let Him in,


is
gone,
the
your Friend, And your soul He
Joy to you He
stand-ing
at your door,
speak your sins for- giv'n, And when earth-ties

Let Him
Let Him

He
He

in to him. Rev. 2:20


Edwin O. Excell, 1851-1921

Kji||

Let
Let
Let
Let
Let the Saviour

gp^^ I
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vx.
"

Him
Him
Him
Him
in,

in.
in.

in.
in.

Let the Saviour


rttto

One,

ly

in.

I
221

EVANGELISTIC

247

Come, Just As You Are


/

am

not

come

to

the righteous, but sinners to repentance. Mutt. 9:13

call

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

Shall
Shall
Shall
Shall

1.

2.
3.

4.

come just
come vile
come with

come, tho' far

as
as

fc

am, Come with all


am, And bend low

I
I

all

m
e:

J.

my

fear, Lest

my

way From

the

my

Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

and sin? If
I
Je - sus' feet? Shall I
sins have been too great? Shall I
lov - ing Shepherd's fold? Will He
guilt

at

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r ,r-,^-.^-,

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Eefrain

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o - pen wide my heart. Will He en - ter


in?
plead His pard'ning grace, And His love en -treat?
break thro' all my doubts, To sweet mer-cy's gate?
bless me if
I
firm To His prom-ise hold?

Come

to Je-sus,

248

come to-day; He

will kind-ly

As you

^^

a:

F^=*
are, just as

you are

welcome you, Take your sins a

way.

Listen to the Gentle Promptings


Behold,

now

is

the day of salvation. II Cor. 6:2

Carl Maria von Weber, 1786-1826

James Montgomery, 1771-1854

r*

:rfc

1.

2.
3.

4.

Lis

Hes

fcfe
222

ten

Sweet- ly
Joy and
-

to
call

hope
tate

the gen
ing on
the trou
no Ion

t=E=
F f=f^F f-

the Spir - it's warn-ing voice


Of
tie promptings
err - ing, Par - dons of - fered with - out price ;
the
bled conscience Will al - lay with sooth-ing peace
sad and grieved,
spiv - it,
sin - ner, Lest the Spiv
frer
;

INVITATION

^^-T

Will

ye
ac

the

cept

in

vi

realms of
then to
sake thee, now and

ta
glo

ev

And
Run

tion,
ry,

Nev

- er,

rr

f
r

3=^

-H

LL4- J-^j-J -^
sol - emu warnings ? Can ye

heed His
-

Press ye
Should for

=^&7^

Come,

e?
^^p

AND APPEAL

Listen to the Gentle Promptings

:.

re

slight

His won-drous love

ceive

the of
the of

with
-

er

joy

more

be

to

-*

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1 4-

249

Save Me at the Cross


God
Fanny

fered grace.
fered race.
de - ceived.

forbid that I should glory, save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. Gal. 6:14

Crosby, 1820-1915

Hubert

P.

Main, 1839-1925

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i

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- ing Sav - iour, hear my


cry,
have sinned, but Thou hast died,
Thou hast said Thy grace is free,
On - ly faith will par - don bring,

Lov

1.
2.

3.

4.

Piftr
af^f
r

Hear my
Thou hast

Grace is
Par - don

^Ji

iJ

my

cry, Trembling,
cry,
hear
died, Thou hast died; In
Thy
free, grace is free; Have combring, par -don bring; In
that

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**
iE

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Thy arms I
mer-cy let me

to

a
fly,

hide,

pas-sion,Lord,onme,
faith to

m f^

Thee

cling,

ff

O
O
O
O

save
save
save
save

me
me
me
me

at
at
at
at

the cross.
the cross. iv._ T ^
Dear Je
the cross.
the cross.

-I

8US

-V fr

fct

No more would I grieve Thee; Now,

_-..!.
re-ceive -
me,

fr

T-

PIP
blessed Redeemer,

O save me

at the

cross.

EVANGELISTIC

The Gate Ajar for Me

250
The

gates of

Lydia Baxter, 1809-1874

&=

**

1.

2.
3.
4.

it

shall not be shut at all by

M
^

day. Rev. 21:25

3=^Sr^^

There is
a
gate that stands a - jar, And thro' its por Who seek thro' it
That gate a - jar stands free for all
Press on-ward then, tho' foes may frown, While mer-cy's gate
Be - yond the riv - er's brink we'll lay The cross that here

:fi

M-

sal
is

giv

ra-diance from the Cross


a - far,
and poor, the great and small,
the cross, and win
the crown of life

pen:

en,

rich

Ac - cept
And bear

is

jjj

gleam-ing
va - tion;

tals

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The

1818-1884

Vail,

Silas J.

The Sav-iour's
Of ev - 'ry

the crown, Love's ev


a - way, And love

=&

er

re

and

last

na

ing

Him more

in

J ZJ

veal

to

ing.

tion.

ken.

heav

be

love
tribe

en.

L-CL-I

#P^^i^

Refrain

Oh, depth of

mer-cy! can

it

be That gate was left

jar

=Eg^=^=i^^

W=

fP

me?

for

s=R s:
-fr-r-

-k

E5
For

me,

for

For me,

-^- rJ

Was

me?
for

me?

-^

T*-

left

F-r

jar

for

II

me?

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

Open Wide Thy Heart


man

any

//

hear

My

and open the door,

voice,

will

come

R. T. Owen, 19th Century

m3
-

pen
pen
pen
pen

wide
wide
wide
wide

thy
thy
thy
thy

f in

heart
heart
heart
heart

55

day
day
day
day

to
to
to
to

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Heed

And
And

en

ter

_J-

At

At

Je

sus'

call;

To
To
With

Him

who

pleads;

love

di

all

its

pp
*

His voice and fol of grace


a wealth
of
the hun - ger

low
un

the

hide,

Thy

on

Wher
May

told
soul

c=ff:

=9-

need,

thy

all.

e'er

He

leads,

all

be

thine,

love

will

i-

f^

life,

His

vine,

=fcrt

and

^T

J^-

=*=^pzjt=5
Him

him. Rev. 2:20

to

in

Hattie H. Pierson, 19th Century

O
O
O
O

251

feed.

^M

v-

Refrain
*"

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On-

ly trust

Him, and he

Let

still;

be
_Ss-T

Him work

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c .-trr

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will,

W~
m

For

His

in thee

still;

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fall
fill

E.i.

iv>

s
225

EVANGELISTIC

Him That Cometh unto Me

252
Him

that

cometh

Me

S
to

I will in

no wise cast out. John 6:37

William

Eliza E. Hewitt, 1851-1920

**
A.
2.
3.
4.

ten
- ry

fr

to

--*

on
heart to

Close be

Him

den,
-

ters,
iour,

Not

in prayer;

thy

fit-ness
ing someday

Com -

will

m^mZ

to Me,)

Him

s-g-J:
P

that com-eth

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1*

~v-

226

=s=^

eth un

to

Me, (un

to

to Me, (un

to

Me,) Him

that

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un

th

t^ir&M

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(un

the plea
to bring Him,
the heav'n-ly man-sions,

is

to

^F^E^^^fe
Me,

to

Strong to bear
But thy press

He

a heav'n-ly
ca-dence,
Bur - den Bear - er,

with

ly

the

all

side thee stands the

the pass - ing throng.


and thee.
thy load
- mg
ut - most need.
give thee wel - come there.

ing

Breath-iiig

_|a-Jtisl

J,

-El

Call

Sweet - er than the


Joy - ful - ly
the
Hun - gry, come and

Chim-ing soft

an -gel-song,
va - tion see
His boun - ty feed;

notes of
great sal

tion,

S^S^I

w^m

=5^5

the bless - ed
in - vi - ta
Wea
toil - er,
sad and heav - y - la
Come, ye thirst-y,
to
the liv - ing wa
Com - mg hum-bly, dai - ly to this Sav
Lis

1.

Kirkpatrick, 1838-1921

J.

to

Me,)

T=*t

3KZ*

will

in

no

wise cast

out."

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

253

The Good Shepherd


/

am

shepherd giveth His

the good shepherd; the

life

for the sheep. John 10:11

Clarence E. Hunter, 1869-1945

O. A. Pratt, 20th Century

:^

pippPPPPirti
1.

3.
4.

There

in

the

^~n"k _L->*

as

moun-tain

the Shep-herd
thou hast wan - dered
and dan - ger
as - sail
thee
green pas - tures He'll give thee

on

far

Though far from


Though dark -ness

2.

9^5 1

the
the

as

as

|a

).

seek

Is

On

des

place

1_

ing

by - ways

In

fold

the
of
so

erts
of sweet

3^

fefc

ones

lost

sor

to

row and

and
com -fort and

drear -y

save; Oh,
sin,

Fear

cold,
rest;

The
Be -

the arms of His mer - cy, For


the Shep-herd that's call - ing, He's
His pres-ence will guide thee Safe
still
wa - ters He'll lead thee Till

to

flee

not, 'tis
light of
side the

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thee His
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in

the
the

in

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to

free

ly

He

wel-come thee
shel-ter-ing

home

of

the

gave.

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wide

IS

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for

mu
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Then come, wan - der

in.

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thee;

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strong arm,

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rock

and

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ref

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EVANGELISTIC

254

Only a Step to Jesus


Then come thou:

Fanny

for there

is

peace. I Sam. 20:21

William H. Doane, 1832-1815

Crosby, 1820-1915

J.

wamm
On
On
On
On

1.

2.
3.

4.

]y
ly
- ly
ly

to

step
step
step
step

a
a

to
to
to

Je
Je
Je
Je

EE

tfcfcti:

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mm

>:2:

Come, and, thy

con

sin

step

from

why

not

sin

ing,

To

Him

ing,

And

read

ed

The

iour,

y
ments

mo -

my-

give

Sav

thy

Refrain

fly

a
a

pace.

way.

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give.

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self

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step,

bow.

iour
for

-i

to

#44=M^!&=S
ly

grace;
say,

to

come, and

mm

On-

live

:^r

fess

ing - ly now He's wait


What hast thy heart de - cid
my Sav
to Thee,
Glad - ly

Lov

A
O

now ?

take
it
thou shalt

all

*fe*

Then why not


Be - lieve, and

sus
sus
sus
sus

step;

He

Come,

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waits

y-r

-I

for

thee;

U" :

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Come, and, thy

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sin

con- fess

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Thou

shalt

re

ceive

bless

ing

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Do

not

re

ject

the

mer

cy

He

free

ly

of

fers

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thee.

INVITATION

Me

Follow
Jesus

M.

B. Sleight, 19th

Century

Horatio R. Palmer. 1834-1907

3E^ PI

4=gP=^-H
1.

Hark!

2.

Who

3.

Heark

the voice
will
-

fell

of

heed the

He

en, lest

255

him: Follow Me. John 1:43

saith unto

Je
ho

sus

call

ly

man

plead

no

long

- er,

\*

-*

*=5
Me,
Me,
Me,

"Fol-low

ing,

date, "Fol-low

f-

AND APPEAL

"Fol-low

^2
fol

low

fol-low
fol-low

Me!'
Me!'
Me!'

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^^^P^i^^i^
Soft

Leav
Once

ly

thro'

ing

all

the
things

gain,

lence

fall

at

His

bid

hear

Him

call

si

"Fol-low,
"Fol-low,
"Fol-low,

ing,

ding,

ing,

fol

fol

fol

low
low
low

Me!'
Me!'
Me!'

^
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As

of

old

He

called

the

zg

fish

ers,

fei

When He walked by

Hark! that ten -der voice en-treat - ing, Mar


Turn - ing swift at Thy sweet sum-mons, Ev

Gal - i - lee,
ners on life's rough sea,
er-more, O Christ, would we,
i

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Still

Gen
For

His

pa

tly,

lov

Thy

tient

love

ing
all

voice
-

ly

else

for

low,

fol

ing,

"Fol
"Fol

low,

fol

ing,

Fol

low,

fol

plead

is

re

peat
sak

j^JEEJjri^feji

ing,

low
low
low

Me!"
Me!"
Thee!

E=^r

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229

EVANGELISTIC

Look to the Lamb of God

256

Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the


H. G. Jackson, 19th Century

1.

If

2.

When

3.
4.

Are
Fear

^S

Look
Look
Look
Look

to
to
to
to

In

to

or

joy

sor

+-*i

row Christ

is

j* - fc

all

the

God;

God
God|
God;

all,

Look to

fc

+|<=i:
the Lamb
the Lamb
the Lamb
the Lamb

of
of
of
of

God.
God.
God.
God.

it

E ^^e$

^a -^-iy^
to

in

k^

Refrain

Look

of
of
of
of

re-deem you, died on Cal - va - ry,


Look to
You in His strength shall o - ver all pre-vail, Look to
His love will cheer and fill your heart with song, Look to
He,

the Lamb
the Lamb
the Lamb
the Lamb

1?" +
e
AUk

lj-^Li*# *

m:

1:29

James M. Black, 1856-1938

you from sin are long-ing to be free,


Sa-tan tempts, and doubts and fears as-sail,
you a - wea - ry, does the way seem long?
not when shadows
on your path-way fall,
:

the world. John

sin of

Lamb of
the

Look

God,

Lamb

the

to

Lamb

of God,

of God,
the Lamb of God,

^k.

.A-

-A-

r r t

nn
^|^EfS=p
i^ifen^fci^ E^EJ
:fc=!fc

Fbr

He

a - lone

is

fe^P ^E#
230

ble

to save you,

Look

to

the

Lamb

of

God.

*
c

pi

Copyright, 1918, by R. E. Winsett in Hii Foice in Song.

p"
-*

tr
ha

Renewal, 1945.

Used by permission.

INVITATION

The River of
And he shewed me

AND APPEAL

257

Life

a pure river of water of life. Rev. 22:1

Elizabeth Codner, 1824-1919


Trans, by Ernst H. Gebhardt, 1832-1899
Trans, to Eng. by John D. Warkentin, b.

Si

Asa Hull,

1828

b.

111111

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know of a riv-er whose beauti-ful stream Flows gen-tly and calm thro' the land;
To those that give heed it will blessings impart, Its flow-ing will not be in vain,
To them that are thirsty the Spir-it and bride Say, come! you may drink of it free!
I

1.
2.

3.

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wa-ters are pure for the heal-ing with-in, 'Tis flow-ing from Jesus our Friend.
For blessedness comes and peace in your heart, Redeems you from sorrow and pain.
All those that are washed and in Jesus a -bide, Our Fa-ther inheav-en re-ceives.
Its

^iilfci^lfci
Dear

soul,

we

pray, will you come,

^=e=IE:

5Z

And wash

tk&i^m

P
-*-

wa

ter flows free,

:!
-F-. =
-P-

-P-

so

clear

+-

and true, Be

lieve, 'tis flow

ing for

you.

is

won - der -ful stream?

& fcfcba
a l- :teab^!
This

in this

TI
231

EVANGELISTIC

258

Who'll Be the Next?

&

Who
Annie

S.

Hawks, 1835-1918

l^^^^g^J
3.

Who'll be
Who'll be
Who'll be

4.

Who'llbe

1.

2.

will

go for us? Isa. 6:8


Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

EE

afcsj

m^

the next to fol-low


the next to fol-low

Je -sus? Who'll be the next His cross to bear?


Je - sus Fol - low Hiswea-ry, bleed-ing feet?
the next to fol-low Je -sus? Who'll be the next to praise His name?
the next to fol-low Je -sus, Down thro' the Jor-dan's roil- ing tide?

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Some-one is read-y, some-one is wait-ing; Who'llbe the next a crown to wear?


Who'llbe the next to lay ev - 'ry bur-den Down at the Father's mer-cy-seat?
Who'll swell the chorus of free redemption- Sing, hal - le - lu-jah praise the Lamb?
Who'llbe the next to join with the ransomed, Sing -ing up -on the oth-er side?
!

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232

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low

the next to

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sus?

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fol

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AND APPEAL

INVITATION

Have You Any Room


Behold,
Source

Unknown
W.

Whittle, 1840-1901

Arr. by Daniel

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1.

Have you an

2.

Room

3.

Have you

4.

Room

C.

*~ ^ -ba

y room for

for pleas-ure,

259

for Jesus?

stand at the door, and knock. Rev. 3:20

Je

room for busi room for Je -

an - y
and time now give

EMNE
v >w

Je

to

->

sus,

He who
But
As

sus,

19th Century

^=S
J7J-t-^-Mfc

ness,
sus,

C. Williams,

fr-

bore your load of

for Christ the

Cru

grace He calls
Soon will pass God's day
in

sin?

ci

fied,

gain?
grace;

of

-"^

=:

fc*"

As He knocks and asks ad - mis


Not
can en
a place that He

to - day
Soon thy heart

is

time

left cold

ac

and

cept
si

sion,

Sin

ter,

In

ed,

Lat

And

lent,

ner, will

'

Refrain

Is

*
P

ft
fc

for

sus,

King of

let

Him

glo

ry!

Has

in?

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vr~
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Je

^L-t

3^3
Room

you

the heart for which He died?


er
you may call in vain,
thy Sav-iour's plead-ing cease.

ten

_:

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now His Word

bey;

g^ii^=i=iy
2"5
fr

g-

t?

i^l^lSl^P^rtSii!
Swing the heart's door wide

=S==i

ly

pen,

Bid

Him

en

ter while you

may.

EVANGELISTIC

260
My
Eliza E. Hewitt,

3&

3.

Vim

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im
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bove,

gift so
pre-cious to
Call-ing in mer - cy
a"All that thou hast, to My

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thou art,
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im -part,
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U.

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i

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is

"Grate

ful

Have
Make

full

lb

Soft - ly
He whis - pers, wher-ev - er
Turn now from sin, and from e - vil
Grace more a - bound -ing is Mine to
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sign;

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vine,

Kirkpatrick, 1838-1921

J.

t 1J

men,

IS

'

our love;
a - gain;

as

and

k< sep

j^Y
z>o

E^

^=^

sin

CC/'i

William

H im

thine heart. Prov. 23:26

thy heart, " says the Fa - ther a


thy heart, " says the Sav-iour of
thy heart, " says the Spir - it di

i
!

5t-Jr
Me
Me
Me

Me

son, give

1851-1920

R-

"Give
"Give
"Give

1.

2.

Me Thy Heart

Give

trust Me, and


died for thee?

ly

not
sur

ren-der

and

p
give
give
give

Me
Me
Me

jg^g

thy heart."
thy heart. " "Give
thy heart."

j^t

Me

thy heart,

psNN^

give

&r t

Me thy

heart,

" Hear the soft whis-per, wher-ev - er thou

SEE

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234

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ten

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world He would draw thee a part; Speak-ing so

From this dark

0,

*a

art:

der-ly,
-*-

Vi

"*

"Give

Me

thy heart.

AND APPEAL

INVITATION

Gome

Let Jesus
/ will

come

in to

him, and will sup with him.Ke\. 3:20

N. Morris, 1862-1929

Lelia

261

Your Heart

into

N. Morris,

Lelia

771

5a

m i i j i i-^

If
you are tired of the load of your sin,
If
'tis
for
pu - ri - ty
now that you sigh,
3. If there's a
tem-pest your voice can -not still,
4. If
you would join the glad songs of the blest,

Let
Let
Let
Let

1.

2.

^^r

S^

fo

heart;
heart;
heart;
heart;

Je

W*
s
T?

sus

in

&*

sire

Pi
new

*f

to

jg

Refrain

*-W

your heart.

now,

Just

'F

b i
-J

now,

re

ject

no more;

-A.

E rm

2^
pen

the

door;

Je

sus

come

hsr

in

to

your

-*

ra

AH

heart.

f- ,-r

PSi

te=

sE^B

3EES
Let

-rfr(A.

-tar

L-

Just now, throw


1

te:

Him
-

your

a^ss*

pa

**=*

*.'

doubt-ings give o'er; Just

I
5

i
*

life
to
be - gin,
Foun-tains for cleans-ing are flow - ing near by,
If there's a
void this world nev
er
can fill,
If
you would en - ter the man-sions of rest,

t 3
come

:*

fit

you de

If

J J J J

Let

come
come
come
come

55^

sob
sus
sus
bus

I
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s
l

your
your
your
your

Je
Je
Je
Je

EE

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in - to
in - to
in - to
in - to

1862-1929

an

235

EVANGELISTIC

Not Far from the Kingdom

262
Thou
Eden R.

from the kingdom

art not far

of

God. Mark

1839

Latta, b.

12:34

H. Tenney, 19th Century

J.

Not far from the king-dom of heav-en, The king-dom of heav-en with men,
Not far from the kingdom of heav - en, The king-dom of peace and of love,
Not far from the king-dom of heav-en, Yet will not on Je - sus be-lieve!

1.

2.
3.

-Art*

And

yet

in

Yet out

on

sin

ner,

what

tan,

i*H-**

A^19-

And

yet

A-

the shad-ow

in

The prod - - gal's for- tune


a- wait thee! The bless-ing of par -don

ter-rors

i&

the bond-age of Sa
the edge of the des

A-8-

ert,

]'

of

sin!

to prove!

re-ceive!

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fcft
V2.-2-

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turn to

thy

Fa-

ther,

And lead-eth to glo - ry on


And crave in Hismer-cy a

mer-cy

is

o-

pen,

Poor prod

from the path that

Not

far

Oh,

rise,

The por

and re
-

tal

of

is

nar

row,

gal,

high;

share!

not de-lay!

do

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it,
sin -ner? oh, why?
to ru - in, Oh, why is
and know thee. And res- cue thy soul from de-spair!
to thy Fa - ther! Oh, en - ter the king-dom to-day!
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.
A
r
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A-*-A A
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Yet tread-ing the broad road


Far

He

off
rise,

will see thee

and re-turn

An*

r-r.

g f

Refrain

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Not

Not

Sdfc

236

not

far,

_JB

far,
(Bk_

Not

far,

far

not far,

1^A"

1*

from the king-dom of heav 'n!


the kingdom of heav'n!

AJ-A-

-1

AND APPEAL

INVITATION

Not Far from the Kingdom


rit.

Still

tread-ing the broad road to

ru

f-g^

Yet near

in,

to the

king-dom of heav'n!

A-*-AA

fic

=S

B P

i*.

A-

rp-

263

Almost Persuaded
Almost thou persuades! me

to

be a Christian. Acts 26:28

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

1.

2.
3.

"Al
"Al
"Al

Philip P. Bliss, 1838-1876

=3=^:

^=Sz

^7
-

most per-suad
most per-suad
most per-suad

^B

pE3E3Ep

3iT=2-

to
be
" now
ed, " come, come to
ed, " har - vest is
ed,

lieve;

day;
past!

"Al
"Al
"Al

most per-suad
most per-suad
most per-suad
r>

S3P3

=S^

Christ to
turn
not

re

ceive;

way;

doom comes

at

lastl

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go

f-

Thy way

Seems now some


Je
"Al

sus

in

soul
vites

most" can -not

3c

say,

to

"Go,

An

you here,

a-

vail;

Thee

dear,

but

Sad,

wail "Al

sad,

that

ed,

ed,

ed,

bit

ter

Spir
-

gels

"Al -most"

*~T*
On

Some more con-ven-ient day


Prayers rise from hearts so

fail!

5
-

3=J

lin-g'ring near
to

it,

are
is

^
I'll

call."

wan - d'rer, come.


most but lost!"

^ipip^p
sfe

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EVANGELISTIC

264

Christ Receiveth Sinful


Tliey that be whole need not a physician,

Erdmann Neumeister,
Trans,

Emma

bv

F.

1.

3.

4.

.James McGranahan, 1840-1907

1827-1909

i 3E"^E^E$1

_3

re-ceive; Sound this word of grace


rest; Trust Him, for His word
Now my heart con-demns me not, Pure be - fore the law
Christ re-ceiv-eth sin - ful men, E - ven me with all
Sin - ners Je
Come, and He

sus

will

will give

you

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Men

that are sick. Matt. 9:12

they

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all

eth

sin
last

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Heav'n with Him

its
I

en

who
-

ter

in.

g:-H

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and o'er a

o'er

it

o'er a -gain,

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gain;
Christ resing it o'er a -gain; Christ re-

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fall.

men.
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clear and

who

:
Mi

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my

nin

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the heav'n-ly path -way leave,


will take
the sin - ful - est;
who cleansed me from all spot,
Purged from ev - 'ry spot and stain,

plain;

l*

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He
He

m^^
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all

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to

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eth sin

ful

men.

make the message plain

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238

I*

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INVITATION

AND APPEAL

Do You Love the World?


B.

Love not the world, neither the things that are


Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

^q^tJ
1.

2.

3.
4.

Do
Do
Do
Do

you
you
you
you

love
love
love
love

ter

ni

from His pierc

rm s^i

ty?
side!

4* 4*

3F353a

ed

Clarence E. Hunter, 1869-1945

world, in
world, its

will you on - ward go?


Is
row, re-morse and shame; Je
in

John 2:15

its pomp and show? In


its course of
sin
ap-plause and fame? Soon 'twill end in
sorworld? is
it
dear to thee? Can it help thy soul
world more than Christ who died? How the blood flow 'd free

the
the
the
the

3=

j=?=m

265

the world. I

in

l^g

life more thanheav'n a - bove?


come and re- deem your soul
way more than god - ly fear,

the pride of
you
sus bids

Will you choose its


When it cost His

Ni^

pre - pare that "place,

to

life

E ^

fe=E

Refrain

^- ra a

=z=
i

|*

JEtlEEzj

J 1^

soul for
the sins you love?
doom, ere the judg-ments roll.
Seal - ing thus your doom, when the Lord
is
near.
Will you die
in
sin, and
re - fuse His grace?
its

aw

t5

your

Will you lose

From

ful

Do you

love

the

world?

^^^^^
m^^^^^
#r^^

Will you self

ish

be,

When the Lord

pro-vides ev

'ry-thing for thee?

-.

still

re-fuse? Will you come and


f>

>

\*

bow? Give your heart and

T
1

<*

fe

T
-

i*

life

1*

to

1*

i*

His serv-ice now?

T r

Can you

'

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239

EVANGELISTIC

What

266
What
Source

shall I

You Do with Jesus?

Will

do then with Jesus which

1.

3.
4.
5.

called Christ? Mutt. 27:22

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2.

is

Unknown

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L.

Stocks, 20th

Century

stand-ing in Pi-late 's hall-Friend-less, for-sak-en, be-trayedby all:


stand-ing on tri - al still, You can be false to Him if you will,
Will you e - vade Him as Pi-late tried? Or will you choose Him, what-e'er be-tide?
Will you, like Peter, your Lord de - ny? Or will you scorn from His foes to fly,
"Je - sus, I give Thee my heart to-day! Je - sus, I'll fol-low Thee all the way,

Je
Je

sus
sus

is

is

rHti

a -t*

rr V*~L

S^

Heark-en what mean-eth the sud You can be faith-ful thro' good
Vain - ly you strug-gle from Him
Dar - ing for Je - sus to live
Glad - ly
o - bey- ing Thee! "will
!

|>

l>

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den
or
to
or

What will
ill;
What will
hide: What will
die? What will
call

you say: "This

will

fe

you
you
you
you
I

do
do
do
do
do

with
with
with
with
with

5tr

Je
Je
Je

Je
Je

sus?
sus?
sus?
sus?

sus!'

rm

V-

Refrain

What

will

you

do

with

Je

sus?

Neu

tral

you

can

Bi

J J JrfrJ

Some -day your heart

@%E

be;

^JJ

not

will

be

ask

ing,

*-3*

"What will He do

P^^=1
with

me?"

fc=Ez^t=l

12=3

tCopyright, 1905.
240

Renewal

1933.

Hope Publishing

Co., owner.

All rights reserved.

Used by permission.

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

267

He Seeks His Wandering Sheep


And goeth after that which
Martha Mills Newton, 19th Century

^
1.

2.
3.

*- ^0-. -0- --

lost,

is

He

until

find it. Luke 15:4

Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

J.

-0-

The Shepherd's heart is saddened, His sheep have gone astray Thro' summer's heat, and
;

Thro' briers, thorns, and brambles, He seeks with anxious heart; O'er mountain, vale, or
He's call -ing for thee, lost one, Can you not hear His voice? Then an-swer to Hi3

mi$?m^
I

win-ter's cold,
for

est wild,

lov

ing

call,

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H--1 -,-U^

He seeks His sheep al-way. Some wand'ring sheep He's seeking now, Say
Or in the crowded mart, O'er o-cean's main, o'er desert sands, He
Go meet Him and re- joice. Are you not wea-ry wan-der-ing Out
.

-F- -0-

t^==*:

-*- -*'-. -* -^- S*-3you? Are you safe sheltered in the fold, Or are you wand'ring too?
seeksthewideworldo'er; In gild-ed pal - ace of the rich; In cot-tage of the poor,
in the storm and cold? A-rise, and seek your Shepherd's face, Re turn un - to the fold.
I

-.wrzm

rr

Refeain

-*-=!

*^=*
He
He

Oh,
Oh,

&

seeks His wan-d'ring sheep,


Out
seeks His wan-d'ring, wan-d'ring sheep to-day, Out

shall
shall

He
He

seek

in
vain,
seek, oh, shall

-tr_

He

seek

in vain,

rf

--*=&

PS

the storm and cold;


the storm and cold;

To bring them
To bring them

to
to

the
the

r=FTT

fold?
fold?

i
241

EVANGELISTIC

268

Where

Will

You Spend Eternity?

These shall go away into everlasting punishment,

but

righteous

the

into

eternal.

life

Matt. 25:46
Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

3S
WT" *

^a
1.

Where

will

2.

Man

3.

Leav

are choos
ing the strait

4.

Re

you spend

pent, be

H. Tenney, 19th Century

J.

lieve,

3^

B
ty?

This

day,

Turn

row

way,

Go

hour,

Trust

e - ter - ni
ing Christ to

and

nar
ver

this

^*r

r^-

ques - tion comes

to

ing

from

their

ing

the

in

the

all

down - ward
Sav

iour's

^P^
you
sins

road
grace

to

and pow'r;

^m%

your

Tell

day,

zt>-

z2.

me, what shall


Heav'n shall their hap Sad
will their
fi
Then will your
joy -

me!
way;

and
a -

an
por
end
an

py
nal

ous

swer

be?

tion

be;

ing

be,

swer

be,

3^1

is:

Refbain

lipiiplpillii

M-i

Where
Where

will
will

you spend
you spend

Lost through* a
long
Saved through a long

L-

Ad

*i-

*t

*d

ni

ty?

ter

ni

ty!

e-

ter

ni

ty!

ter

ni

ty!

e-

ter

ni

ty!

ter

ni

ty!

e-

ter

ni

ty!

ter

ni

ty!

e-

=E

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ter

ni

ty!

ter

ni

ty!

ter

ni

ty!

ter

ni

tyl

BE

ter

242

'

fe^

Al

=^=t=E^t-eeK
y?:

*-s

Where
Where

will
will

you spend
you spend

Lost through a
Saved through a

long
long

ter

ni

ty?

ter

ni

ty?

ter

ni

ty

ter

ni

ty!

y=F^-it=g

T?

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

269

Glory Gates
He

looked for a

city,

whose builder and maker

M Fw
George

P.

1.

glo

'Tis the

3.

&

P.

11:10

Hott, 19th Century

cit-y built of God,Where theman-y man-sions be;


ley of
the shadow
I may go, But His grace shall be
my stay;
ry now that fills and thrills my soul, As
I walk the nar-row way

ing for

God. Heb.

look

Th.ro' the val

:J2

am

is

George

Hott, 19th Century

the

P^^^^^pi tt=g^

am walk-ing now the path that Je- sus trod,


I
Tho' the path be dark and dan-ger- ous, I know
I

am

look- ing

Oh, the

glo

for

the heav'nly light to

ry gates

are

s
Oh, the glo

ev

er o

XZZK

ry gates are ev

f_f

er

dawn,That

pen wide, In

g g p p

And His face I


He will guide me

f~r

soon shall

shall rise in end

vit

less day.

ing the world to

come

&
g
f

W e>

o- pen wide, To wel-come the wea

see.

the way.

all

ry

home!

,ff=f.
243

EVANGELISTIC

270

Give
By whom the world

Fanny

1.
2.
3.

me, and

crucified unto

is

unto the world. Gal. 6:14

^^m^mmm^

John R. Sweney, 1837-1899

Crosby, 1820-1915

J.

tz

Me Jesus

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Take
Take
Take
Take

me
me
me
me

the world, but give


the world, but give
the world, but give
the world, but give

Je
Je
Je
Je

its joys
are but
a name;
Sweet-est com - fort of
my soul;
me view His con-stant smile;
sus, Let
sus, In
His cross my trust shall be;

sus,

sus,

All

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4.

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But His love
With my Sav
Then thro'-out
Till,

my

with clear

bid

eth

ev

er,

pil

-grim jour

bright-er

vi

Thro'

ney

e - ter - nal years the same.


can sing though bil - lows roll.
Light will cheer me
all
the while.

sion,

Face

er,

me

iour watch-ingo'er

my

face

to

Lord

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see.

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Refrain

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Oh,

i=i^^^i^pi

the height and depth of

mer

cy!

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fr

the length and breadth of love!

a W
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ha
:

Oh,

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the full

ness

of

re-demp

tion,

Pledge of end

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Oh,

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less

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life

a-bove!

INVITATION

AND APPEAL

271

Nothing Like Jesus


Him

Unto

that

is

above

able to do

we ask or

that

all

Charles P. Jones, 20th Century

think.

Eph.

3:20

Charles P. Jones, 20th Century

tmm^M
There
There

Ev

is

noth-ing
noth-ing

'ry tri

is

there's no one
troubles

Have you

al

in

the world like Je


the world like Je

of

my

in

in
in

sus,
sus,

my

He's thetreas-ure of

He

sup-plies

my

ev

soul;
'ry need;

Him, And He un - der-standsit well;


the world like Je - sus, Sym -pa-thet -ic, kind and true;
your life, my broth-er? Does your heart ache day by day?

t t rc nr it it
i

life

"

tell

jt-tt

Lt

iiH

=i=a=*

:IS

When I'm troubled He dis-pels my sor-rows, When I'm sick He makes me whole.
re-mains a friend in-deed.
And when oth-ers, whom I trust, be - tray me, He
He sus-tains me with His con - so la-tion, Ev 'ry fear His words dis- pel.
-

If
If

it

you'll bring

Copyright,
reserved.

was not that

know and trust Him,

your burdens

all

to

1913.
Renewal 1941, by Charles
Used by permission.

P.

Je

Jones.

sus,

He

know not what


will

bear them

all

Assigned to John T. Benson,

should do.
a - way.

Jr.

All

rights

245

EVANGELISTIC

272

Jesus, the Light of the World


/

am

the light

the

of

world. John 8:12


G. D. Elderkin, 20th Century

G. D. Elderkin, 20th Century

^m^^^m^^i^mm
1.

2.
3.
4.

ye saints of light proclaim,


the Sav-iour's ear - nest call,
Why not seek Him then to - day,
Come, con - f ess Him as your King,

Je
Je
Je
Je

All

Hear

SEE

E^t ip1=6

5
Life

Send

and mer
the Gos

Go
with truth
Then the hosts

-tr

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His name,

cy

in

pel

truth

the

nar

to
-

all,

row way,

of heav'n will

sus,

sus,

sus,

sus,

the
the
the
the

light

of

the

light

of

light

of
of

the
the
the

light

world;
world;
world;
world;

^-

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sing,

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus,

the light

of

the

world.

sus,

of

world.

of

the
the

of

the

world.

sus,

the light
the light

sus,

the light

m^

world.

-fcgd

Refrain

iite^^ig^ii^B^ppi
V

Lfi

We

'11

walk

in the light, beautiful light,

*=

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^ei
Shine

--

i~U

if^SiS

by day and by night, Je

w^-c rFri

246

are bright,

U ^1^

i^s
a-round us

all

Come where the dewdrops of mercy

sus, the light of

the

world.

AND APPEAL

INVITATION

The Light of the World


/

Philip P. Bliss,

am come

1.

3.

4.

world.John 12:46

a light into the

1838-1876

Philip P.

mmm
2.

The whole world was

nfr

lost

the dark-ness

in

1838-1876

Bliss,

l=i=2

r?

of

The
The
The
The

sin;

No dark - ness have we who in Je - sus a - bide,


Ye dwell - ers in dark-ness, with sin - blind -ed eyes,
No need of the sun - light in heav - en, we're told,

EEg

273

Jesus

Is

of
of
of
of

Bze

Light
Light
Light
Light

it

=1=^^^=^^=!^

world
world
world
world

s
s
s
s

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus;
sus;
sus;
sus;

3iE

Like sun -shine at noon -day, His

glo

We

fol

walk

Go, wash
The Lamb

when we

ry

low

in

the light

at

His bid - ding, and light will


the
the light
in
cit - y

is

the
the
the
the

shone in,
our Guide,
a
of

rise,

gold,

"

Refbain
nEfKAin

1^.

?E
The Light

of

the

world

is

Je
k.

alJ =i1=*I

r
-

sus.

^.

Come

to

the

Light,

-^

^^

^^

'tis

II

shin

ing for thee; Sweet-ly the Light has

dawned up-on

^^HNN^N
P

blind,

but now

can

Once

me,

was

see:

The Light of

the world

j_b

r
is

Je

sus.

247

EVANGELISTIC

274

Thy Heart Right with God?

Is
Thy

heart

is

not right in the sight of

God. Acts

Have thy

af -fec-tions been nailed to the cross? Is


Hast thou do - min-ion o'er self and o'er sin? Is
Is
there no more con-dem-na - tion for sin?
Is
Are
all thypow'rsun-der Je - sus' con - trol? Is
Art thou now walk-ing in heaven's pure light? Is

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.

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Dost thou count

ver

all

all

things for Je - sus but loss?


vil with-out and with - in?

Is

IS

Does Je - sus rule in the tem-ple with - in?


Does He each mo-ment a - bide in thy soul?
Is
thy soul wear-ing the gar-ment of white?

E^

Is
Is
Is

thy
thy
thy
thy
thy

heart right
heart right
heart right
heart right
heart right

with
with
with
with
with

?:

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God?
God?
God?
God?
God?

thy heart right with


thy heart right with
thy heart right with
thy heart right with
thy heart right with

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8:21

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

God?
God?
God?
God?
God?

-=H

Refrain

Washed in

Is thy heart right with God,

ho

ly,

hum

ble

and

low

ly,

the crim-son

Right

in

the

flood,

sight

Cleansed and made

of

God?
of God?

^=
248

1,

k.

k.

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F=fe'fl

INVITATION

What Would You Give


What
Floyd

J.

Berry, 20th Century

W:

r*

275

Exchange?

in

give in exchange for his soul? Mark 8:37

man

shall a

AND APPEAL

H. Carr, 20th Century

J.

i
far from the

Sav-iour

^3

^=n

to-day, Risk -ing your soul for

1.

Broth -er

2.

Mer - cy is call - ing you, won't you give heed? Must the dear Sav-iour still
More than the sil - ver and gold of the earth, More than all jew - els thy
when you stand at the bar by and by; When you are weighed in the
If,

3.
4.

glppi

ip

S
k

things that de - cay,


if
to - day God should call
it
O
it
is
ten - der - ly plead? Risk
not your soul,
pre - cious
spir - it
worth! God,
giv - en
is
the
Cre - a - tor, has
bal - ance on
high, You should be
sen-tenced for - ev - er
fr--

=i
Fine

give

^=p- -H

way,

deed;

it

to

birth!
die

"=F^q

Refra in

a!

What would you

ex-change for your soul?

in

What would you give

*j

a
in

What would you

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rf

p=k

it

the

P~

fr-

A A|Sh

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give

in

11
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What would you

give?

ex-

ex - change?

^fei^^ifefeiiii

T
your

soul?

if

to

day

God should

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give?
in ex-change?

ex-change for your soult

in

in

change for

What would you

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call

it

way,

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249

EVANGELISTIC

Are You Washed

276

Wash me, and

in the

snow. Psalm 51:7


Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

I shall be whiter than

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

Have you been

for the cleansing pow'r? Are you washed in


by the Sav-iour's side? Are you washed in
the Bridegroom cometh will your robes be white, Pure and white in
a - side the gar-ments that are stained with sin, And be washed in

Je

to

Are you walk-ing

When
4.

Lay

iw

I 5

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of
of
of
of

dai

-A

blood
blood
blood
blood

Blood?

the
the
the
the

sus

ly

P*

the
the
the
the

ft

aF^ at

3J

mmm^mmm

Lamb? Are you ful - ly trust-ing


Lamb? Do you rest each mo-ment
Lamb? Will your soul be read - y
Lamb? There's a foun- tain flow-ing

Bwk%

His grace this

in
in

hour?
the Cru - ci - fied?
the man - sions bright?
the soul
un - clean.

for
for

2 F*
A

Refrain

Are you washed


Are you washed
And be washed
O
be washed

in
in
in
in

In
the blood,

blood,
in

the
the
the
the

blood
blood
blood
blood

of
of
of
of

.:"

the
the
the
the

Lamb? Are you washed


in
Lamb?
Lamb?
Lamb?
Are you washed

Fr-A-.

the soul-cleans-ing blood of

the

P*

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1*

Lamb?
of the

the

Are your

Lamb?

ffiEBE?
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S^spp^s^p^

garments spotless, are they white as snow? Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb?

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INVITATION

His

Way

with Thee

Submit yourselves therefore


Cyrus

S.

AND APPEAL

to

277

God. James

Nusbaum, 1861-1937

4:7

Cyrus

S.

Nusbaum, 1861-1937

^m
1.

2.
3.

Would you live for Je - sus, and be al-ways pure and good? Would you walk with
Would you have Him make you free, and fol - low at His call? Would you know the
Would you in His king-dom find a place of con-stant rest? Would you prove Him

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

&==rf=s

e^e
^&

den,

that
bor

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fc^SB&g
Refrain

fej^i^i:

- ry all your load? Let Him have His way with thee.
you need nev - er fall? Let Him have His way with thee. His pow'r can make you what you
al - ways at your best? Let Him have His way with thee.

car

*r

ought to

be;

ff?

His blood can cleanse your heart and

make you

free; His

love

can

it
jg=g:
:t=

S itmfe
fill

your soul, and you

will see

'Twasbest for Him

to

have His way with thee

g-

:t=

1
251

EVANGELISTIC

278

There

Is

Power

in the Blood

They overcame him by the blood

of

the

Lamb Rev.

1.

2.
3.
4.

Would
Would
Would
Would

12:11

Lewis E. Jones, 1865-1936

Lewis E. Jones, 1865-1936

T^F

sin? There's pow'r in the blood,


be free from your bur - den of
be free from your pas - sion and pride? There's pow'r in the blood,
be whit er, much whit- er than snow? There's pow'r in the blood,
do serv -ice for Je - sus your King? There's pow'r in the blood,

you
you
you
you

*ee

f
N

dt

rrw

-rl-

TUJLuuu-f

pow'r
pow'r
pow'r
pow'r

the
the
the
the

in
in

in
in

blood; Would you o'er


e - vil
blood; Come
for
a cleans -ing
blood; Sin - stains are lost
in
blood; Would you live dai - ly,

a
to

vie

to

Cal

va

giv
prais - es
life -

its

His

win?

ry
ry's

tide,

ing

flow,

sing?

to

^=pppip^=^^=ppi=^^P
Refrain

There 's won -der

ful

pow'r

the blood. There

in

is

pow'r,
there

won- der-work- ing pow'r In


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252

Lamb;

the

R~k

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the pre-cious blood of the

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is

Lamb;

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pow'r, won-der-work-ing pow'r In


pow'r,
"P"

There

of the

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blood
of
In the blood

ohrJ-M
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pow'r.
there

the

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pow'r,
pow'r,

is

J*

Lamb,

INVITATION AND APPEAL

The Best Friend of


There
G. M.

Bills,

is

closer than

a friend that sticketh

279

All

a brother. Prov.

20th Century

G. M.

18:24

20th Century

Bills,

:fe^
Do

1.

you

seek

for

friend

who

al

is

Would you lean on


an arm that is
in
Would you walk day by day
a
Would you dwell ev
er - more
in
the
-*.
4^**
j*

2.
3.

4.

I-

an

smile
glo -

you

His

fount

of

name It
spell,
And

Je

is

kD.S.Pre

of light,
a - bove,

sus,

the
est

i
I

tt

Re

h-

Sav

iour

to

Je

sus,

the

best

Friend

is

the "Might-y

to save. "

trod.

day.

of

all.

::
:

all.

found,

f1

:t=

cious

l^

'Mid

the
the
the

best Friend of
ref - uge
is
deem - er
has

the

^fj Jl
3=i!=P^
all

will

a Friend, I
will
that was pierced to rethe
re - pose that no
end-less bliss from the

Refrain

Oh, the best Friend of

Who
All
In

such

r
-

quell

thy soul's dear


blight? Choose the path your
His love? Give your heart
to

'Ez

to

mmnr^
s

es
of

move Sa - tan's
can
sor - row

the same,

ble

ha
lo
man-sions

p^-

tell

and your call? There is just


of
ill
that a-bound? Grasp the hand
the an - gels of God? Would you know
ries that fade not
a - way? Would you drink

swer your sigh

fore

ways

iA

He

ev

er

will

^
D.S.

SiSS^pSpii^i

hear when you

call;

He poured

fe^

:E

out His soul

to

re-deem from the grave,

mimmmv
253

EVANGELISTIC

280

Me

Tell

the Old, Old Story

For God so loved the world, that


A. Katherine Hankey, 1834-1911

^g
.

1.

2.

3.
4.

J J
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me
me
me
me

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Tell
Tell
Tell

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J,

r
Of

bove,

Je

sus

in

That won-dergrave; Re-mem-ber,


fear
That tbis world's

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gave His only begotten Son. John 3:16


William H. Doane, 1832-1915

the old, old sto - ry Of


un-seen things a
the sto - ry slow - ly, That I may take it
the sto - ry soft - ly, With ear-nest tones and
the same old sto - ry When you have cause to

1S3
P*
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He

-Ml^t-

and

His

re
I'm the
emp - ty
ful

Of

sus and
demp-tion, God's rem- e - dy
sin - ner Whom Je- sus came
glo - ry Is
cost - ing me
glo

ry,

Je

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i

to

For

for

ways,

If

ry

Is

you would real


dawn-ing on

al

glo

ply,
en,

get

so
-

ly

my

5 tt

am weak

The "ear

soon;

be,
In
soul, Tell

an

me

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lit - tie child,


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As

sim
oft

the sto - ry
the sto - ry
the sto - ry
Yes, and when that world's

for sin.
to save,
too dear.

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me
Tell
me
Tell
me

His love,

dew" of

time of

the

P^E

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And help less and de filed.


Has passed a - way at noon.
me.
A
com - fort - er to
"Christ Je - sus makes thee whole."

3i

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old, old sto

ry,

Tell

12.

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254

sto

le,

ry:

Jg

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wea - ry,
morn - ing
troub

old

old,

Refbain

and

ly

^=k

me

the

me

the old, old sto

ry,

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be
k

Tell

hr1

Tell

me

the

<

old, old sto

feUfajlEl]

^EE5

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ry

Of Je

sus

and His

love.

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INVITATION

AND APPEAL

Wonderful Story of Love


/ bring
J.

M.

Driver, 19th Century

1.

2.

3.

you good tidings

Won-der-ful sto - ry of
Won-der-ful sto - ry of
Won-der-ful sto - ry of

Wake the im - mor


Still
He doth call
For

eMN

*-!

With those who've

re-ceive

ffm
jamais

pf

way,

^^

N -to

Won-der-ful sto-ry of
Won-der-ful sto-ry of
Won-der-ful sto-ry of

rest,

- gels with rap - ture an-nounce it,


Call-ing from Cal-va - ry's moun-tain,
Rest in those man-sions a-bove us

pp

it;

gain,

-=--<*

tal bright foun-tain,


gone on be -fore
us,

crys

19th Century

An

3=3

Shepherds with won - der

Down from the

to

s=^

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strain
day,
blest;

tal

the pure and

all

Driver,

b .4

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Tell it to me a
Tho' you are far a
Je - sus provides a

love,
love,
love,

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love,
love,
love,

M.

J.

NN
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281

of great joy. Luke 2:10

w-^
3^=*

Sin - ner, O won't you be-lieve


it?
E'en from the dawn of ere - a - tion,
Sing-ing the rap-tur-ous cho - rus,
.

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Refbain

Won-der - ful

sto

ry

of

love.

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Won-der-ful sto-ry

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love,

love,

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255

EVANGELISTIC

You Can't Do Wrong and Get By

282

Be sure your
Lethal A.

bfcg
There's a

2.

Out

3.

Yes,

u wick

in

dark-ness

the

to

life

is

one
un

se

crets,

=3-

heav-en's

at

you a

may

lone
ev-'ry-thing
-

Ellis,

20th CentUTy

door, He's look-ing


go, And seeds for

you

He knows that

do,

this

the

your

And
He sees each mor - tal with a search -ing
sow; There's an eye that's watch -ing from the throne on
true; You
can ne'er
de-ceive Him, there's no use
to

ni- verse

ed

iii

God who's stand-ing

He knows your

you out. Num. 32:23


Lethal A.

3*

1.

fcirk

sin will find

20th Century

Ellis,

o'er;

e
p=r

f
Kr.FKAIN

m^rr^-^n

ufcd

eye,
high,
'try,

You
You
You

can't
can't
can't

do wrong and
do wrong and
do wrong and

get
get
get

by.
by.
by.

You

can't

do wrong and

get

!*=*=

be.

256

^=3-

He

doth see,

ev-'ry-thing

Copyright, 1929, by Lethal A.


Used by permission.

Ellis.

j
You

j
can't

:j;u:j i

do wrong and

get

by.

Assigned 1943 to R. E. Winsett, Dayton, Tenn.

WARNING AND JUDGMENT

283

Sin Can Never Enter There


Revelation 21:27
Charles

1.

W.

Naylor. 1874-1950

B.

fczfc
^=^=3=3;
Heav
en

ho

is

2.

If

you hope

3.

You

may

4.

If

you cling

*?
ly place,
last,

to dwell

live

be
till

with glo

filled

when your

at

sin
sin

in

to

fc^

5fe;
heav

- low,
death,

en

when you

Elliott

life

Warren, 1867-1951

5a=

ry and with grace,


on earth is past,

re-fuse
draw your lat grace

to know,
est breath,

tzikj.^k:
--t=

*>

nev

Sin
In

can

But

you

can

You

will

sink

en - ter there; All


bright and fair,
You
not
en - ter there; It
in
dark de - spair, To
er
so

home

that

m^-.m^.-L-^-

5JJ-3-

with-

its gates are pure,


be cleans 'd from sin,
will stop you
at
the door,
the re - gions of
the lost

in

must here

fe=#F=e e
f

A-*-

-ts>

*=f

ppp^^d^li
from
have

de the

bar
thus

you out
to prove

A-s

file -

ment kept

life

se-cure, Sin
of Christ with - in,
Sin
for - ev - er - more, Sin
at

aw

^A-^-

Refbain

ful

cost,

Sin

can
can
can
can

nev
nev
nev
nev

can nev- er

-4-

:zt
-

en
en
en
en

er
er
er
er

ter
ter
ter
ter

there,
there,
there,
there.

d3=
S e^3=3=M

dfc=fe=fc
Sin

en -ter there, Sin can nev -er

en-ter

^Hii

there;

So,

if

at

the

mh^^^^^m

judg-mentbar,

sin

ful spots your soul shall

K-Mf 1 *

A-*-

mar,

1=1

mm

You can nev

er

en

ter there.

257

EVANGELISTIC

284

Will Jesus Find Us Watching?

Watch therefore; for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come. Matt. 24:42
William H. Doane, 1832-1915
Fanny J. Crosby, 1820-1915

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1.

When

Je

2.

If,

at

3.

Have we

4.

Bless

ed

sus comes to
the dawn of
been true to
are those whom

A
I f

Pi
noon
one
do
they

ear

serv-ants,

He left us?
finds watch-ing,

trust

Lord

t--A

<

Wheth-er

it

He
Do

morn-ing,

ly

^Fpg

be
us

shall call

we seek
His

In

glo

AA

A :rA

to
-

ry

A-

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3*
2

by

night,
one,

our

best?

or

ward His

A-*

ti?:4:

re
the
the
the

d=3:

shall share;

fct=

to Him will He
find
us watch-ing,
the Lord we
re - store our
tal - ents,
our hearts there is naught con-demns us,
shall come at
the dawn
or
mid -night,

Faith -ful

When

to

If

in

If

He

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s 4=t

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:
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IS

Refkain

^e^
our

He
shall

He
:

lamps all trimmed and bright?


an - swer thee "Well done"?
have
glo - rious rest.
a
find
us watch - ing there?

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r-

3.

read

find

y,

*
broth -er?

me

you and

Read

still

A A A
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1

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258

*
-A

for

we

can

Oh,

<

say

*-?

we

-=

are

1-

?-*-

fe&
*=*
1 *^

*=st
i

fefc
^T-

the soul's bright

home?

Say,

will

He

watch-ing, Wait-ing, wait-ing when the Lord shall come?

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WARNING AND JUDGMENT

Be Ready

When He Comes

285

Therefore be ye also ready. Matt. 24:44


D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

mmm

333

Would you

flee from sin and serve the Lord,


Be read - y
not His will that you
be lost,
Be read-y
Do you know the end of time is near? Be read-y
There is aw - ful dan-ger in
de - lay,
Be read-y

1.

It

2.

3.
4.

is

ii#:
He

will

soon

ap

Would you save your


Can
you live and

n& M
Will

you cast your

*3

pear with His


soul
an
at
die

on

sin's

in
ly

hope

Be
Be
ca-reer? Be
a - way? Be
re-ward,
y cost?

ill ;fc=t=t=

when
when
when
when

He
He
He
He

comes;
comes;
comes;
comes;

&e&m
read - y when

read-y when
read-y when
read-y when

He
He
He
He

comes.
comes.
comes.
comes.

Refrain

rt

%>

Be

fe=

read-y,

g=*n

Be read-y when He comes,


Be read-y
when He comes,
when He comes.

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X>

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&*:

Be

read-y,

Be
when He comes,

^JU. ^3P-|
ifc?Efe

Be
when He comes,

read-y,

it
=:

read-y

when He comes,

^H*

s
r=p^

fc
259

EVANGELISTIC

Where

286
The trumpet

shall sound,

Shall

and the d^ad

Be?

shall be raised. \ Cor. 15:52

Unknown
Andante

Soirrce

Source

When judg - ment


When east and
When wick - ed
hills
and
I When
When heav'n and
all
the
\ When
f

\
2

Unknown

Arr b > Robert E. Winsett, 1876-1952

Where
Where
men His wrath
Where
see,
a - way, Where
moun - tains flee
some great scroll, Where
as
earth
re-deemed shall stand, Where
saints
day
west

is

draw

the

fire

ing

nigh,

shall
shall

roll,

be?
be?
be?
be?
be?
be?

shall
shall
shall
shall
shall
shall

^^

.4

A zl 1

5S4

=F=?

~3T
men

When

God

How

with
my poor soul,
flee,
to
the rocks and moun - tains
of
men
de - cay,
all
the works
roll.
from God's an - gry pres - ence
ev - er blessed at God's right hand,

And

When
Shall

For

works

the

will

of

shall

try,

be

it

Where
Where
Where
Where
Where
Where

m
Refrain

ft

w-

Andante con expressivo

where

where

be? \
be? f
be? \
be? J
be? \
be? J

shall
shall
shall
shall
shall
shall

shall

shall

be

when

when

be

it

the

sounds so

last

loud?

trum

When

it

pet sounds?

sounds

so

loud

pppSpS
as

to

wake up

the dead?

where

shall

be

when

it

sounds?

p^^i^i^Ip
ft.

WARNING AND JUDGMENT

The Last Great Day


The day
Daniel

of the

Lord

mm

will

come.- II

Warner, 1842-1895

S.

$=

B.

- * *

z,

The
The

earth shall melt with fer - vent heat,


trump will sound, the Lord re -turn,
all who make this world their god,
So
The quick and dead o'er land and sea,
The church of God no more shall need

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.

287

Pet. 3:10
Elliott

Warren, 1867-1951

up

The heav-ens pass

And time no
Can

here

no

Ion
Ion

a
ger
ger

way,
be,

stay;
clay;

Will leave their mor - tal


This poor ter - res - trial

home;

rv-J.

& i
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m^m

RT~mf~
1

man - kind
all
world in judg Their fond - est hopes
on
im And
put
For
she shall dwell
And

The

::

::

j=z

=tse=

t
F
At-

their doom shall meet,


ment flames con-sume,
will

have

all

mor

tal

fled,

ty,

-aIn
In
In
In

At

with Christ, her head,

that
that
that
that
the

great day.
great day.
great day.
great day.
great white throne.
last
last
last
last

::

:^&==^-=E4E?

Refrain

Oh,

that

==
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fe=*

last

~^

great day

is

com

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ment

ing

ver

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soon,

the

'Tis

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:

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35

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day,

i=

and

a *i
i

the

lost

=[X

'

shall

weep;

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the crown

>-

ts

>

ing

zr=

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day,

and

the

saints
::

shall
::

greet,

In

that

last

t:

fez!

fci

F^

261

EVANGELISTIC

Why

288

Why
B. Elliott

1.

2.
3.

4.

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fc L

P-tt-MH

tr

-g

ha

to-day, Come, sinThe


day
Un - heed sin ni - ty, Poor

Lord
no hope
not
l
e

ha

ter

at last,
dly stand,

j-e-r.

give

mer

You'll

per
then

can

tone
-a-

EE

you

will

hi

You

know
Sa
has

Come bow

fast,

ing

sand,

for
-a-

thee?

Why
Why
Why
Why

care
care
care
care

less
less
less
less

wait?
wait?
wait?
wait?

ly
ly
ly
ly

==:

f
Sav

all

made known,

called

Poor

soul,

to

the

judgment throne, Your

sins

death

will
will

be
your

blood soon

chill;

re

cord

of

sins you'll

meet;

long

to

be

judgment

L,

die,
still,

In

seat,

Your

iour

fly;

fig_f

i^p^gi=pp
^3=*:

that the
end
is
nigh,
tan will claim
his
own,
ten,
o - bey
God's will,
ing
at
Je - sus' feet,

Si

3E
-t

r r
262

lay;

be

*A

the
ere
the

h=-

Oh,

pray,

=fcz:

there at
Your pulse will
You'll stand at

There

and

:==k

2JEE=z

When

de

of God's grace then past,


ing the Lord's com-mand;
be,
ner, your soul shall

g^m

Him your heart,


cy's door closed
ish
in
sink

..

ner, with -out

^P

Oh,

Soon

thou? Acts 22:16


B. Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

the

U =fr

With

What

tarriest

Warren, 1867-1951

Oh, come to
Since there is
soul,
do
O
Soon, soon in

zfc

Carelessly Wait?

Why
Why
Why
Why

care
care
care
care

less
less
less
less

ly

ly
ly
ly

wait?
wait?
wait?
wait?

WARNING AND JUDGMENT

289

Lost Forever
The smoke
B. Elliott

of their torment ascendeth

up

for ever

Warren, 1867-1951

and ever. Rev. 14:11


B. Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

P^|i
1.

2.

3.
4.

Where is
Where is
What can
Where will

thy hope, poor


thy ref - uge,
you plead, poor
you go, poor

sin
sin
sin
sin

ner?
ner?

ner,

What

are you

How

ner?

your

will

iHill
* ^3I|s i
_
*>

go-ing

do?

to

Look where your pathway will


In
the great judg - ment
soul

es

end,

day?
cape?

r r

PPP^pgp
Hope is
Re - pent,

God - giv - en

a
or

an
ev

chor,

Lav-ished so

er,

Aw

of-fersyou fa
when for - ev

vor,

er

per

Heav-en now
Think of thy

for

ish

lot

free-ly

Oh,
do
Cast in

is

:33=i=
the Sav
Heav - en,
or hell you are choos
the warn-ings re - peat
Slight -ed,
If,
then you're lost and for - got
is

it

-trr^

fixed

in

you;
hand:
-

the dark, burn-ing

ffP^
If

on

de-struc-tion's at
not cast it
a

ful

way;
lake:

iiip
r*

On

that bright shore you will


ing and seal - ing your
Leave you in
Sa - tan's conWrith-ing
in flames of
de-

iour

Fix

ing,
ed,
ten,

PPfN^PPpg

land;

But,

fate,
trol;

and His mer


And with all heav

spair,

You

re

will

A*

E=S
>
Refrain

you

sin

in

if

God

lin

still

cy
re - fus
- en
re - ject
mem- ber you've cho
-

ger,

Sad

ing,
ed,

Lost! too
Lost, your

sen

To

A
i

A A l~A~

your

end.
late!
soul,

be

there.

grg

S?"v-|

rail.

M
Lost, for

ev

er!

Lost,

for

ev
bv

er!

Oh,

how

sad!
sad

-|

263

EVANGELISTIC

Where

290

Will

Go?

Depart from Me, ye cursed, into everlasting


Warren. 1867-1951

B. Elliott

_E
__

fire.

Malt.

1.

2.

Soon

will

3.

When

the

ter

ni

the
sun

ty

light

draws

near,

nings

flash,

As
The

no

more,

No

shines

Warren. 1867-1951

iS

3F
-

25:41

B. Elliott

Pip

time moves
on;
trum - pet
sound;
in
hope
sight;

EESSlEE-i

St
_____: s

fee:
s::

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f
_____

^_j__j=_3=JH^__3^5

g=f
When
The
Gone

dis - ap- pear, Will


I
have gone Out
the
judg-ment thun-ders crash, Shak - ing the ground: Wak - ing
the
from this ver
nal shore Where all
is
night: Down where dark

earth shall

J.

1_

_:

1
I

3^

great
sleep
bil

roll,

*__ _____

^PiP-i^i
reap what

un- known, To
ing dead; Then

lows

Lost,

will

this

lost,

my

g^^

have sown? Sum-moned

earth have
pre - cious

fled:
soul,

Sin

Nev

ner,

bethe

er

to

P___

t
_c

-^

______

Refrain

Ei___=i__i

tr

the throne, Then, where


fore
sight you'll dread; Where will
reach that goal, In
heav

g - -=-

will

you

be

found? Where

en

so

bright,

go:

J2 C

35:

=1

_____

Where

will

go?

From

the great judgment seat,

U J- J
__
Copyright, 1923, by B. E. Warren.
264

Where will

-l
;2i:

From

Select

Hymns.

go''

Used by permission

of

r1

Gospel Trumpet Co.

WARNING AND JUDGMENT

Shall

You?

291

Shall I?

Strive to enter in at the strait gate. Luke

Ja mes

Tames McGranahan, 1840-1907

McGranahan, 1840-1907

m
^i^^p^^p

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Some-one
Some-one
Some-one
Some-one

13:24

-ill

will
en - ter the pearl
his cross
will glad - ly
will knock when the door
tri- umph
will sing the

gate

lay

down

is
shut
ant song

By
By
By
By

and
and
and
and

by,
by,
by,
by,

by
by
by
by

and
and
and
and

by,
by,
by,
by,

,f t

Taste
Faith

Hear
Join

of
-

ful,

a
in

glo - ries that there


the
a - wait, Shall
ap-proved, shall
re - ceive
a crown, Shall
voice say - ing, "I
know you not," Shall
the praise with the blood-bought throng, Shall

m^


m,-'

you? shall
you? shall
you? shall
you? shall

j,

I?
I?
I?
I?

-^

Some-one will trav - el


the. streets of gold, Beau - ti - ful
vis - ions will
Some-one the glo - ri - ous King will see, Ev - er from sor - row of
Some-one will call and shall not
be heard, Vain - ly
will strive when the
Some-one will greet on the gold - en shore Loved ones of earth who have

^^tt^ifeiiii^Siiis
there be-hold, Feaston the pleasures so long fore-told;
earth be free, Hap - py with Him thro' e - ter - ni - ty:
door is barred, Someone will fail of the saints' re-ward:
gone be-fore, Safe in the glo-ry for ev - er-more:

Shall
Shall
Shall
Shall

you? shall
you? shall
you? shall
you? shall

I?
I?
I?
I?

EVANGELISTIC

292

At the Saviour's Right Hand


He

Eden R.

hand. Matt. 25:33


George B. Holsinger, 1857-1908

the sheep on His right

shall set

Latta, b. 1839

jtr-i-fc=dta
3EEE*
of

all

days,

ed

who

will

ing

on

He

is,

ney

herd

when

the

not

re

to

and we

world

shall

be

pent

and

be
ty

now,
call,

ni
-

lieve,

low His

ter
fol

judged,
-

I*L:

3=3

And
And

will

On
He

will

as

the

as

un

the

the

chaff

from the wheat


er live up

shall be

thor ough-ly fanned, Then the righteous

shall shine

command, Shall be placed on the left,


bank of death's Jor-dan we sometime shall stand! Shall we fear to pass o nev

to

mm
us
US

lead
Ml

safe
ftiliC

lll.)lll
home,

the Mas-ter's

to that

>==

beau

- ti -

ful land;

And, with

crowns

ver the

on our brows, and with


-/


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wor

dark
branch

And

their pla

the

sky,

thy

to

be

roll -

ing flood, Lest our

in

stars

of palm,

es

With the

We

shall

ces shall be

of

God

at

tion

be

not

at

er

-0-

the Sav-iour's right hand,

dren

por
ev

-#-

the

chil -

-*-

Sav-iour's right hand,

at

the Saviour's right

hand?

the Sav-iour*s right hand.

a - bide at

mmmmm
=*
Sfei

Let

me

Let

me

...
find

with that
hap-py
band,
place
find a
a place with that hap - py band.Let me find a place with that hap-py band,
.

^tfiwyi
266

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WARNING AND JUDGMENT


At the Saviour's Right Hand

i
-0~-m

Who

U*

Who shall ev

-0I

bide,
A- bide at the Saviour's right hand. .
a -hide at the Saviour's right hand,
right hand.
-*>- -A- -A- -A- -A:s
-A-

shall ev- er

er

^=^Ft=;t
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SE$Ee358
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hs

When
L. Snyder,

Howard

SPfPPfS

1.

3.

When your toils be - low are


When you pil- grim here no
When the days of earth are

nr

And

1863-1918

esa

izs

end

ed,

long

er,

gath-ered

the book of

life

is

And the race of


And your work on
In

to

o - pened, Will your

tS*-s

life

run,

is

earth is done,
His great judg-ment one.

name be found

Refrain

there

on?

M^HM

=c

:ifc

S=^=?
:s:

the book of

life

BE

is

o- pened,

fi

nal

And you

4=4=r^3
ir

stand be

fore

the

Son,

tiit
the

^^-W

F:

n*
On

E. Smith,

SHi
When

the book of life. Rev. 20:12

is

19th Century

4=^2.

293

the Book of Life Is Opened

/4nd another book was opened, which


F.

i-

day

fc fe-

;=i=;=

of reck-'ning, Will your name be found there

on?

267

EVANGELISTIC

294

Weighed
Thou

B. Elliott

in the Balance

art tueighed in the balances,

and

art

Warren, 1867-1951

found wanting. Dan. 5:27


B. Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

Slowly

u*

u-

Weighed in

the bal-ance of jus - tice true, Sin - ful the path thou hast trod;
will hurt like a wound-ing dart, When this dread an-swer shall fall,
There
it
Weighed by the Word which is giv - en now, Search it and know thou art pure;
the tri-bu-nal where Christ is judge, Where ev-'ry deed is made known,
At

1.
2.

3.
4.

rit.

I^y

! <-

At

a*-

I-

<fa

<fc

-r

-*-

Weighed and found wanting, will it


be you? Weighed by the Word of
God.
Weighed and found wanting," 'twill pierce thy heart At
the last judg-ment call.
Un - to its man-dates in meek - ness bow, Then thou shalt be se - cure.
Weighed and found wanting," each guilt-y soul, Stands there be-fore His throne.

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what shall

31:14
S.

Teddlie,

1885

b.

on high, Someday your re -cord you'll see;


you 're unprepared, Trembling, you '11 fall on your knee;
the time to pFe-pare, my friend, Make your soul spot-less and free;

1.

Someday

you'll stand at the bar

Sad

you '11 stand,

3.

Now

is

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answer

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295

Answer Be?

Will Your

if

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Fac

you'll an

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in the blood of the Cru

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269

EVANGELISTIC

296

Eternity

And

Him

sware by

that liveth for ever

and

ever,

that there should be time no longer.

Rev. 10:6
D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

WT&&3^&

=&==t

the time-beat-en por-tals,

stood at

and si -lent-ly lis-tened


saw then the Judge in His splen-dor,
lin-gered,

Let us work while

4.

'tis

day, brother, sis- ter,

Where man -y

pil-grim had

To the dull heav-y tread of the


As He stepped to His great judgment
For

soon shall the

Mas - ter

re-

C=tXJl
passed Out

in

be with the pure and the blest;


nite fu-ture, To
the guil - ty, When Christ in His glo-ry appears,
of
a - ges, When time and e- ter - ni - ty meet,
ner the wheat that we har-vest, The chaff in His fu - ry to burn.
to the

in

fi

seat,

And tho't of the fate of


And tho't of the crashing

turn

To

years,

gar

And, mus

- ing
in
si - lent
de-vo-tion,
shud-der cameo - ver myspir-it,
For Time, who has laid man- y mil - lions
Then in haste let us rush to the res - cue,

E - ter - ni-ty seemed to draw near;


As I tho't what a moment might cost;
To slum-ber in death's silent shade;
But few can we save at the most:

.a.

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And strains from the choir of the faithful
Fore -ter - ni -ty's stillness was bro-ken
Shall reel

at

e- ter

ni

Soon mil -lions shall be at

seemed in

my

fan - cy

to hear.

By the groans and the sighs of the lost.


And sleep in the tomb he has made.

ty's presence,
the judgment, For

ev

er,

ter-nal

ly

lost.

WARNING AND JUDGMENT


Eternity

fel^ &fej
Hear

the

emn

sol

foot

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The Great Reaping Day

Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. Gal. 6:7


Robert E. Winsett, 1876-1952
Robert E. Winsett, 1876-1952

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Efe
1.

There

2.

Ev

3.

If

4.

Ev

com

is

day
you'd win

life

you

act

'ru.

day
by

ing

pass

'ry

ing
e
per

ter

form

when

you

to
judg
are
sow
nal there's
no
is
as
seed

There

For

reap

to

Fruits of
Look
a

as
or
round you,
life

the,

in

in

life

flu-ence

will

ne'er

When you

bear,
are white,

will

Go
Then

die,

we'll

go,

ing

the

seed

time

to

to

some

i*

we've sown, Death

of death
the fields

ment

ye
be

D. S.

ter - nal we'll reap


reap what you sow
forth to
the field,
care - ful each day

we

if

sow

sow
what

on

joy

day

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Heav-en's joys then will nev - er


that bright, hap - py home ov
go, To
and reap gold - en grain, Soon will fall the dark shad - ows
you do, what you say, For^ youMl meet it
a - gain
by
the

to

that

Fine.
PINE.

be known,

flesh,

may you

that land

to

the

one.

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lose,
-

er there,
of night,

and

by.

when we hear

Je

sus say, "Come, ye

Refrain

m
May we sow righteous seed

bless

ed,

crown you have won."


D. S.

for the reap

ing

Which

is

com -ing

to

ev-'ry

one.

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EVANGELISTIC
I

Am

/ will arise

and go

298

Resolved
to

my

father. Luke 15:18

James H. Fillmore, 1849-1936

Palmer Hartsough, 1844-1932

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am
am
am
am
am

re-solved
no
to
re-solved
re-solved
to
re-solved
to
re-solved, and

long

er

to

lin

ger,

go

to

low

Sav
Sav

fol

iour,
iour,

en

ter

the
the
the

will

go

who

Charmed by
Leav - ing

the

my

Faith - ful and


king -dom, Leav - ing the
with
me? Come, friends, with-

^
m
world's de

and
each

sin

true

paths
out

light;
strife;

day,

of

sin,

de

lay,

Things that

He

are high - er, things that


the true One,
He
is
what
He say - eth,
do
may
op - pose me, foes
the
Bi - ble,
led
by

is

Heed

what

Friends

may

Taught by

no

are
the

just

He

will

be

the

set
Spir

bier,

One,
eth,

me,
-

it,

Refrain

i^i^in a

These

have al - lured
hath the words

He
He
Still

is

the

liv

will

en

heav

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We'll

A;

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Has

ten

so

my

sight.

of
ing

life.

ten

to

in.

'nly

way.

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sus,

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Je

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Him,

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come

to

sus,

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free,

Thee.

DECISION

Am

Whosoever

him take

will, let

299

Coming, Lord
the water of

life

freely. Rev. 22:17

Lewis Hartsough, 1828-1919

Lewis Hartsough, 1828-1919

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3.

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my

Thou dost
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in

my

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sure;

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love,

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feet hope, and peace, and trust, For

earth

Lord, to
strength as

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273

EVANGELISTIC

300

Jesus,

Come

O my God. Psalm

Deliver me,

71:4

George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

William T. Sleeper, 1819-1904

-4
1.

2.

3.
4.

Out
Out
Out
Out

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of my bond -age,
of my shame-ful
of un - rest and
of the fear and

3t-

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In
In

to Thy
to the
to Thy
to the

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sor-row and night,


-ure and loss,
ar - ro-gant pride,
dread of the tomb,
fail

-<S

Je - sus,
Je-sus,
Je-sus,
Je - sus,

free-dom, glad-ness and

Thy

Je-sus,

light,

cross, Je
bide, Je

sus,

Thy home, Je

sus,

sus,

Nigpajgjfp
Out of my sick-ness in-toThy health,
Out of earth's sorrows into Thy balm,
Out of my-self to dwell in Thy love,
Out of the depths of ru - in un-told,

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At
274

er

Thy

I
I

come
come
come
come

to
to
to
to

Thee;
Thee;
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in -to Thy weal ih,


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Out of life's storms and in - to Thy calm,
Out of de-spair in -to rap-tures a-bove,
In - to the peace of Thy sheltering fold,

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glo-rious face to be -hold, Je

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want and

Out of my sin and in - to Thy-self, Je


Out of dis-tress to ju-bi-lant psalm, Je
Up-ward for aye on wings like a dove, Je

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come;
come;

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bless - ed will to
joy and light of

come,
come,
come,
come,

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Thee.

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51

DECISION

Saviour, I'm Coming


//

man

any

thirst,

let

him come unto Me, and drink. John

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2.
3.

Sav
Sav
Sav

iour,

com

iour,

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iour,

ing

me

let

to

Thee,

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plea,

not

die

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on
have

me

Hear

Cal

va

cy

From

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Thine
and

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fold

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love;

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grief;

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on

me,

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nigh,

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while Thou

&

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B. Elliott Warren, 1867-1951

1.

301

me
my heart
me home

a
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a

for

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EVANGELISTIC

302

and go

/ will arise

William

Kirkpatrick,

J.

fe
1.

I've wan-dered far

2.

I've

3.
4.

man

I've tired

ed
of

sin

y
and

My

is

sick,

my

soul

from God,
pre - cious years,
stray- ing, Lord,
heart
is
sore.

I'll

F
D.

now

of
re

S.

long

too

sin

'

com

home,

ing

ing

of

Charlotte Elliott,

4.
5.

Nev
i

r,

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Lamb

Lord,

er

I
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home.
home.
home.
home.

com-ing home.
n
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more

roam,

to

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1:29

William

&

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1789-1871

j.

of God. -John

p=a^g=s

jia* a
as
as
as
as
as

I &&=&
Just
Just
Just
Just
Just

home;
home;
home;
home;

M^m a

r=T
Just as

3.

com-ing
com-ing
com-ing
com-ing

com-ing
Lord, I'm com-ing
Lord, I'm com-ing
Lord, I'm com-ing

love,

home,

Behold the

2.

I'm
I'm
I'm
I'm

Lord, I'm

^^

303

1.

Now
Now
Now
Now

:!!

pen wide Thine arms

^
^3

ipi

I've trod,

p=^

Fink.

Refrain

Com

pent with bit - ter tears,


trust Thy love, be - lieve Thy word,
strength re -new, my
re -store,
hope

My

1838-1921

Kirkpatrick,

J.

1=3

1=3

The paths
I

15:18

Luke

way

55

te

father.

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my

William

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wast

to

1838-1921

m^^

276

Home

Lord, I'm Coming

B.

Bradbury,

1816- 1868

am, with-out one plea, But that Thy blood was shed for me, And
am, and wait-ing not To rid my soul of one dark blot, To
am, though tossed about With many acon-flict,manyadoubt, Fight
am, poor, wretched, blind; Sight,rich-es,heal-ing of the mind, Yea,
am, Thou wilt re-ceive, Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; Be-

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Thee whose blood can cleanse each spot, O Lamb of God,
that

O Lamb
O Lamb
O Lamb

and fears with-in, with-out,

ings

Thee

need, in

all

cause Thy prom-ise

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find,

I
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Let him deny himself, and take up


As sung by the Garo Christians

4:

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have
no

de
one
The cross be
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If

I
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&

cid
joins

ed
me,
me,

fore

to

his cross,

fol

still

the world

IF

S^ V ^ P

304

and follow Me. Mark 8:34


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Har. by Dorothea Hart, 20th Century

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me,
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the world be

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sus,

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People's Missionary Society.

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EVANGELISTIC

305

Intend to Go Through with

Joying and beliolding.


Herbert Iiuffum, b. 1879

1.

My

2.

3.

4.

My

heart

the stedfastness of your faith in Christ. Col. 2:5

Homer

hap

so

is

know man

oth
find
His yoke eas
friends may for-sake
-

Je

in

py

ers have

fall

sus
en

His bur - den


and turn from

y,

me

==

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faith

in
falls

Him

shad-ows

of
so

vor

to

fa

dim;

I've start

sin;

The ship-wrecks of

dim;
win;

His smile

lean

& A H*
12

Morris, 1876-1955

No clouds can my
En-snared by the

Lord,
-

F.

way,

is

light,

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walk

in

faith

line

to

the strait nar -row way,


the shore all
a - long,
and draw from His grace,

His prom-ise
suf

fi

at

cient and pays

E-

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me

for

all.

&

Refrain

r
in
I

in
in

tend

to

mean

to
to
to

tend
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in

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go
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go

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thro'
thro'
thro'

with
with
with
with

Him
Him
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to

go

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shadows dim;

rsiiiitiifeilite!
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all

but

loss,

For Christ and the

aj

cross,

jg-p
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go thro' with Him.

DECISION

Am

Coming

Having made peace through the blood

of

His

am com
Long my heart
Here I
give

Je

sus comes!

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am

I
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the cross:
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all

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my

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soul!

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trust

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at

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in

Him

ly

store;

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Lord,

it:

Thy

cross

3?=* f

shall full
sal - va - tion find.
all
but dross; I
will cleanse you from all sin."
me: "I
speaks to
Thine to
be Whol-ly Thine for - ev - er-more.
to
the Lamb.
whit made whole; Glo - ry, glo - ry

Etc

am

Pf T

m-

and weak and blind;

poor

Long has

Thee Friends and time and earth

ts:

am

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William G. Fischer, 1835-1912

3^ 3l4=5t
I

Col.

cross.

William McDonald, 1820-1901

a:

306

to the Cross

-.-

in

Thee,

Lamb

of

fc=qJ-^-rii=fe

bow;

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e ^

o,

Save me,

Je

sus,

Cal

va

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me

ry;

now.

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279

REDEMPTION

When

307
When
John

the blood,

I see

See the Blood


I will

pass over you. Exodus 12:13

Foote, 19th Century, Alt.

J.

Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

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1.

Christ,our Re-deem -er,

2.

Chief-est

of sin-nersJe- sus can save,

Judg-ment

is

3.

4.

com-

Oh, what compas

died on

ing, all

will

the cross, Died for the sin-ner, paid

Who have

be there

sion! oh, boundless love

As He has
!

Je

pow -er,

sus

He do;

who have
Je

.,

hi due

prom-ised, so will

re- ject- ed,

sus hath

all

ft

re-fused:
is

true:

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rfi-h
All

--H
who

O,
O,
All

frft J

Him

re-ceive

sin -ner,hear

need nev -er fear, For He


Him, trust in His word, Then He

sin-ner,hast-en,

who

1*k

Je-sus

let

are

be-lieve

safe

in,

will pass, will pass

J
o

fe-3-.

ver you.

will pass, will pass o - ver you.

Then God

will pass, will pass o

from the storm, Oh, He

ver you.

will pass, will pass o - ver you.

I^^^^#^^

Refrain

d
When

4--s

li
see

-^

the blood,

Yes, TV hen I

will pass

see the blood,

will pass

o- ver you;
o- ver you;

trfr

When

see

Yes, when

see

the blood,

the blood of the

will pass, I

will pass o

ver you.

Lamb

fe^ig^gip^^iii^^
Not copyrighted.
is

Let no one do
the desire of the authors.

so.

May

this

song ever be free to be published for the glory of God,


280

REDEMPTION

The Cleansing Wave


The blood

of Jesus Christ

Phoebe Palmer Knapp, 1839-1908

ii

His Son cleanseth us from all sin.l John 1:7


Phoebe Palmer Knapp, 1839 1908

^^ppppfe^^^iip

1.

Oh,

now

see

the

2.

see

the

new

ere

3.

rise

4.

heav'n'sown light, A
ing grace! 'tis heav'n be - low, To

maz

308

to

walk

crim
a

son wave, The

tion

rise,

in

and wide;

foun-tain deep

hear the speak


bove the world
feel the blood

ing blood;

and sin;
ap -plied;

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sus,

my

Je

It

speaks! pol

P3
Lord, might
-

lut

ed

With heart made pure and

And

Je

on

sus,

ly

His wound -ed side.


na - ture dies, Sinks "neath the crim - son flood.
garments white, And Christ enthroned with - in.
Je - sus know, My
Je - sus
cru - ci - fied.
-

to

save, Points to

:|=

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tn

The cleans-ing stream

&

see!

plunge, and oh,

it

mm
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nimn

\t

see,

cleans

it

eth me,

4-*

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It

cleans-eth me, yes, cleanseth me.

U*

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281

REDEMPTION

309
J.

One Day!
Wilbur Chapman, 1859-1918

Charles H. Marsh, 1886-1956

d:

^~
1.

2.
3.
4.

5.

One
One
One
One
One

day
day
day
day
day

when heav

was

with His prais - es,


Him up Cal - va - ry's moun - tain,
they led
in
the
gar - den,
they left Him
a - lone
Ion - ger,
the grave could con - ceal Him no
His com - ing,
will sound for
the trump - et

==:

-^

en

filled

AAA

1*

born

of
spised and

tomb
death

282

to

\i1

con-quered; Now
ed ones bring -ing; Glo -

ri

ed,

my

they

He
the
the

Lord ev
ous Sav-iour, this Je-sus
as -cend

is

day
day
day
day
day

js y- -I

a
vir - gin Dwelt a-mong men, my ex - am-ple
Bear-ing our sins, my Re-deem-er
re-ject-ed:
keep vig - il;
Hope of the hope-less, my Sav-iour

He had

S=^
when

One
One
One
One
One

He!
He!
He!

is

is
is
-

er

more!

REDEMPTION

One Day!
jrit-

^K

H**

^~"^

==#?

free-ly for-ev

One day He's com

er:

3
-

ing

Ss
ss
Copyright,

1910.
rights reserved.

oh,

glo-ri-ous

day!

i^g

1
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-A-

-A^. ^-A-

Renewal 1938. The Rodeheaver Co., owner.


Used by permission.

International copyright

Thou Spotless Lamb of God


Redeemed

May

William

Maurice, 19th Century

&*
Lamb

1.

Thou

have no hope be -side,


For - ev - er by Thy side

spot-less

of God,

On Thee

Kirkpatrick, 1838-1921

for help

lean;

My

fefcEE

&

blood

Has pow'r

died,

Hast

lived

Guide Thro'

life's

t=:

to

fee

r-

-j

make me

wash a- way
tells

me

oth

er

name

its

sin;

am Thine;
I

clean.

plead;

Oh,

day.

No

oth

er

can

And

voice

hear,

That

will

own,

No

c=t

*=-

Thy righteousness

bur-den'd heart,

Thy par-d'ning

t=tt

mm
f-

S^3^3^Et?
I

pre-cious

f^m^
my

take

me.

PP

ii

lfy'-'v- S\

t=m

and died for


un - cer - tain

i=t

know Thy

oth-er plea, Save Thou hast lived and


wi 11 -ing soul would stay; Be Thou my Guard and

urge no

J.

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2.

:-

310

with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without
spot. I Pet. 1:18, 19

tr

3.

All

secured.

:i

im-part, And

SB
=5

11

make me pure with in.


O Christ, art mine,
-

no long -er fear Since Thou,

Thou didst for

sin

a- tone,

And Thou art

all

need.

283

REDEMPTION

311

At the Cross
He

became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. Phil. 2:8

1674-1748
Refrain by Ralph Hudson, 1843-1901

Isaac Watts,

Si

4:

*.-


'

1.

2.

Was

3.

4.

las,

-M

and did

Ralph

**

my

Sav

Hudson, 1843-1901

E.

S
**

1
V

Ai

And did my
He groaned up
And shut his

iour bleed,

it
for crimes that
I
have done,
Well might the sun
in
dark - ness hide,
But drops of grief can ne'er re-pay
The debt

Sov-ereign die;
- on
the tree?
glo - ries
in,

of

love

owe:

Ifegfg^l
t=fc=t

i 3=3
Would He
A - maz

5=^==i

de-vote that

ing pit - y,
the might - y
give my
Here, Lord,
I
-

When Christ,

At

the

jm.

bur

den

my

of

3fe

heart rolled

3
faith

284

re-ceived
:ived

EF

'

Jpp

:z

was there

It

And

light,

way,

HrTHr

saw the

first

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my

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credhead For such


a worm as
I?
grace un-known! And love be- yond de - gree!
Mak er, died For man the crea-ture's sin.
- self
a - way, "lis
all
that
I
can
do!
sa

rolled

the cross where

at

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REDEMPTION

Gave My

down My

/ lay

2.

My

my

gave

for

life

3.

4.

And

have brought to

1838-1876

PPK

My
My

thee,
light,..
thee,
thee,

Fa-ther's house of
suf - fered much for

Philip P. Bliss,

mm

!SZ
1.

for the sheep. -John 10:15

life

Frances R. Havergal, 1836-1879

312

Thee

Life for

pre

cious blood I
glo - ry - cir - cled
-

shed,

throne

More than thy tongue can

tell,

Down from my home

bove,

^Mtti^p

i^^S^i^^i^
That thou might'st ransomed
for earth

left,

Of
Sal

bit

va

t'rest ag
tion full

zzzfcc

ly

and

be,

And quick-ened from

night

For

ny

To

free,

My

the
dead;
wan-d'rings sad and lone;
res - cue
thee from hell;
par -don and
my love;

E^E

M^
I

gave,

gave

left,

left

my

life

it

all

all
I've borne, I've borne it
bring, I
bring rich gifts

J2

for
for
for
to

thee,
thee,
thee,
thee,

What

hast thou giv'n for

Hast thou

What
What

left

aught for

hast thou borne for


hast thou brought to

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me?
me?
me?
me?

gave,

gave

left,

left

my

life

it

all

for
for
all
for
I've borne, I've borne it
bring rich gifts to
bring, I
I

thee,
thee,
thee,
thee,

What

hast thou giv'n for

aught for
What hast thou borne for
What hast thou brought to

Hast thou

left

me?
me?
me?
me?

REDEMPTION

313

Mercy's Free

By the remission of their


Richard Jukes, 19th Century

1.

By

faith
Christ,

3.

Did
Je

4.

Long

2.

sus
as

sins,

through the tender mercy of our God. Luke 1:77, 78


D. F. E. Auber, 1782-1871

^=f=l
view

my

when I was
my wear -y
live,

I'll

Sav-iour dy
pur- su

sin

ing,
ing,

soul

re-fresh-es:

still

be cry

ing,

On

tree,

On

y me,
Mer-cy's free,
Mer-cy's free,

Pit

Pit

the
-

the tree;
y me?

Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's

free.
free.

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ev

And
And
And

did

ev

'ry na - tion He
is
cry
He snatch my soul from ru

'ry
this shall
-

ing,

in,

Look
Can

to

me,

it

be,

Look
Can

to

me;

it

be?

mo-ment Christ is pre-cious, Un - to me, Un - to


be my theme when dy-ing, Mer-cy's free, Mer-cy's

He

fear;

Oh,

King.

bids the guilt - y now draw near, Re -pent, be-lieve, dis-miss their
is
my Prophet, Priest, and
yes! He did sal - va - tion bring; He
None can describe thebliss I prove, While thro' this wil -der-ness I
And when the vale of death I've passed, When lodged above the storm -y

Hark, hark! what precious words I hear,


now my hap - py soul can sing,

And
All

may

I'll

sing, while

en -joy

the

Sav-iour's love,

end -less a

ges

last,

Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's

free,
free,
free,
free,

Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's
Mer-cy's

piEi=!=1ptF2t=
286

me;
free.

rove,
blast,

free.
free.
free.
free.

REDEMPTION

All
Christ

is

Need

I
and

alt,

314

in all. Col. 3:11

Charles P. Jones, 20th Century

1.

Je

2.

He

sus Christ
re -deemed

3.

To

my

4.

He's the

made

is

A.

me,

to

me when He

Sav - iour
treas-ure

(*

A.

Charles P. Jones, 20th Century

died,

will

cleave,

of

my

soul,

Jk

need,
need,
need,
need,

All
All
All
All

He
He

all

all

need,
need,
need,
need,

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all

all

is
a - lone,
with Him was
will
not
His
hath cleansed and

my

all

cru
serv

fied,

ei

ant

leave,

me

whole,

made

He
He
He
He

plea,

is

all

is

all

is

all

all

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need.
need.
need.
need.

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REDEMPTION

315

Redemption! Oh, Wonderful Story

Fanny

J.

In

whom we

Crosby.

1820-1915

have redemption through His blood. Eph.

PPfe

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2.

Re - demp-tion! Oh, won


life
From death un - to

3.

No

4.

Ac

1.

t&

long
cept

er

shall

now God's

and for
you
grace sons of
tempt and an
has - ten to

'

der

sto

ful

hath brought
have do - min -

sin

of

mer

of

fer

-'

Oh,

The

And

us,
ion,

And

mes - sage
made us

Tho'

pres

cy;

To

Je

ry Glad

me;

That

God;

noy;
day;

For
For

He

re

will

ceive

288

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AH

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"

tg

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IS

h,

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tree.
blood.
stroy.

way.

Be

lieve

it,

sin-ner, be-

4*
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ceive

>

the glad mes-sage 'tis

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sus,

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r-

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'I

to

him that com

4=:

all

Re

by

ent

Je - sus has pur-chased our par - don,


foun - tain is
o - pened for
sin - ners:
Christ in His bless - ed
re - demp - tion,

<*-*-(*-

it,

for

-M

**

the debt on the


wash and be cleansed in the
pow - er of sin shall de
nev - er will turn him a
paid

1861-1936

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s
37 -*

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He

f*ee

And

1:7

Peter P. Bilhom,

pipH

i*

true; Trust

now

in

the

REDEMPTION

Redeemed -How
Thou
Fanny

hast

redeemed

Love to Proclaim

us to

God by Thy blood. Rev.


William

Crosby, 1820-1915

J.

S5

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3E

ii:

N^feH

iN

316

It
5:9

Kivkpatrick,

J.

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1838-1921

Redeemed-how I love to pro-claim itl Re-deemed by the blood of the Lamb;


Redeemed and so hap-py in Je - sus, No lan-guage my rapture can tell;
think of my bless-ed Re-deem -er, I think of Him all the day long;
I
know I shall see in His beau - ty The King in whose law I de- light;
I

1.

2.
3.
4.

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know that the light of His pres - ence With me doth
I
sing, for

Who

lov-ing

for- ev

er,

con-tin

ual

S
I

am.

ly

dwell.

can -not be si - lent; His love is the theme of my song.


lyguard-eth my foot-steps, And giv-eth me songs in the night.
I

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am.

REDEMPTION

317

Me

Tell
Go and shew John

Fanny

J.

agaiji

the Story of Jesus

those things which ye do hear

Crosby, 1820-1915

^ ei

^-^

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j=fl

me

1.

Tell

2.

Fast-ing

3.

Tell

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REF.

7e7

and see. Matt. 11:4


John R. Sweney, 1837-1899

the sto- ry
of Je - sus, Write on my heart ev - 'ry word;
a - lone in the des - ert, Tell of the days that are past,
the cross where they nailed Him, Writh-ing in an-guish and pain;

of

k ^=^=
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my

Write on

heart ev

r word;

'ry

Fine.

aI

Tell

me

How

for

Tell

of

"

"WW

the sto - ry most pre - cious, Sweet-est that ev - er was heard.


our sins He was tempt -ed, Yet was tri-um-phant at last.
the grave where they laid Him, Tell how He liv - eth
a - gain.

wt

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me

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sto

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how

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of

Love

in

the

an

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the years of

that sto

most pre

ry

cious.

Sweet -

in

cho
la

so

ten

ev

er

was heard.

E?3?

His

that

est

rus,

Sang as they wel-comed His birth,


of the sor - row He bore,

bor,

Tell

der,

Clear -er than ev

er

see:

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far

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290

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to

God

in

the high

de-spised and af-flict

Stay, let

me weep while you whis -

ry

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32

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He was

"Glo

BE

Al

/or Refrain

Peace and good ti - dings to


Home-less, re - ject-ed and
per, Love paid the ran-som for
est!

earth."

ed,

poor.

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me.

REDEMPTION

Not What These Hands Have Done


Redeemed

with the precious blood of Christ. \ Pet. 1:18, 19

William M. Runyan, 1870-1957

Horatius Bonar, 1808-1899

Jj

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=3=

hands have done


feel
or
do
me,
O God,

Can save
Can give
Not mine,

this

guilt

3.

Not what these


Not what
I
Thy love
to

me
O

4.

God

trust

His

peace with God;


Lord, to
Thee,
love and might;

1.

2.

the

praise

tg

4-

of

grace,

aI

Ji

w*2 ^T

M-*u

me

calls

His,

^
J^ r

J.

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Thy work

Pi
Thy

blood

@tEg
Copyright, 1935, by
permission.

lone,

call

Him

my

Sav

lone,

iour,

Can ease

W. M. Runyan.

God, Can

give

light!

t^~

weight of

Hope Publishing

me

sin

m
I

peace with

- in.

J2 rf
I

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Assigned to

load,
free,

~y?-

t~ i~T~t

whole,

J3

this

of

my spir - it
my aw - ful
my spir - it
my joy, my

Lamb

God,

^m
g
r

"
-

My

3!

mine;

soul;

Not what this toil - ing flesh has borne Can make
Not all
my prayers, nor sighs, nor tears, Can ease
Can rid
me of this dark un - rest, And set

He

s^=y==j

feti

aT

EH

318

Co.

All rights reserved.

Used by
291

REDEMPTION

A Ransom

319
Christ Jesus,

Mary

J.

Helphingstine,

b.

ii'ho

gave himself

1.

2.
3.
4.

A
A
A
A

for
for
for
for

my
my
my
my

all

all
all
all

B.

^P^i
ran-som
ran-som
ran-som
ran-som

for All
ransom for all. I Tim.

1888

4*

-fc

2:5, 6

Elliott

Sav-iour
Sav-iour
Sav-iour
Sav-iour

* **

; ;

Warren, 1867-1951

j^p

once came; He bore all my sins and my


once came; He con-quered the grave by the
once came; He's yes -ter- day, now and foronce came; Leftheav-en - ly man-sions and
I*

nrWTffi

F^=
row and shame; He car-ried them all
pow'r of His name! He rose, and we'll meet
er the same;
Heheal-eth the sick
ev
splen -dor and fame; I'll give Him my life
sor

Cal va
ry's tree,
to
when He com-eth a - gain,
andfor-giv - eth man's sin.
and the strength of my days,

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died there in-stead of


a sin - ner like me.
mor - tal and free from earth's suff 'ring and pain.
man-sion a-bove thro' His mer-cy we win.
spend them for-ev - er in
la - bor and praise.

-'

for

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Ftt

ran-som

A
And

ran - som
for

all,

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Co. in His Praise Anew.

Used by permission.

REDEMPTION

A Ransom

for All

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Ye were not redeemed with corruptible things
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All

but with the precious blood of Christ.


19

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pis

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Lord,

3.

For

4.

And

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hear the

1.

J-Ep^F^=lE

Sav-iour say,

now in - deed I find


noth - ing good have I
when, be - fore the throne,

ft
"Thy strength in - deed is small, Child of
Thy pow'r, and Thine a - lone,
Can
Where-by Thy grace to claim I'll
stand

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in

3=

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^ ipn

Him

com-plete, "Je

my

soul to save,

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All to

Him

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lips shall still

owe; Sin had

sus

s:

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weakness, watch and pray, Find in Me thine all in all."


melt the heart of stone. Je
change the lep-er's spots, And
wash my garments white In the blood of Calv'ry's Lamb.
died

for you.

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it

re -peat.

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He washed it white as snow.

293

REDEMPTION

321

Grace Greater Than Our Sin


Where

abounded, grace did much more abound. Rom. 5:20


Daniel B. Towner, 1850-1919

sin

Julia H. Johnston, 1849-1919

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and de - spair like the
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Will you this mo - ment

the Lamb
the might

may
His

be
grace

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spilt.

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day.
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to -

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grace, Grace that

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all

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nite grace,

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GRACE

Amazing Grace
He might shew the exceeding
That
John Newton, 1725-1807
.

1.

3.
4.
5.

A - maz - ing grace how sweet the sound


'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear,
dan-gers, toils and snares,
Thro' man -y
The Lord has prom - ised good to me,
When we've been there ten thousand years,
!

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h

:s

like

re-lieved;

al
have
read
His word my hope
Bright shin-ing as
I

y come;
se-cures;

the

Was blind,

How

The hour

Pi

but

now

first

see.
I
be-lieved.

will lead

me home,

life

en-dures.
be-gun.

And grace
As long as
Than when we

first

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Grace, 'Tis a Charming Sound


The

grace of

God

that bringeth sah'ation hath appeared to all

Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751

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Grace,

'tis

2.

Grace
Grace
Grace
Grace

first

4.
6.

,.

first

led
all

J2
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charm
a

- ing
a
sound, Har - mo - nious
con-trived
the
way To
save
re in -scribed my
name In
God's
e my rov - ing feet To tread the
the work shall crown, Thro' ev - er -

Heav'n with the ech

shall

And

grace dis

o
the steps that
'Twas grace that gave me
And new sup-plies each
It
lays
in heav'n the

all

2:11

C. U. Link, 19th Century

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men. Titus

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fears

once was lost, but now I'm found,


that grace ap - pear
pre - cious did
'Twas grace that bro't me safe thus far
He will my shield and por - tion be
We've no less days to
sing God's praise

me!

That saved a wretch

S2

2:7

And grace my

Eph.

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riches of His grace.

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bel
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mine

ear;

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man;

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book;
road;
days;

heav'nly
last - ing

sound,
play

Which drew the

wondrous

Lamb,

Who

Bor

all
all

the

my

earth shall hear.


-

plan.

rows took,

meet, While press-ing


on
to God.
most stone, And well de - serves the praise.
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REDEMPTION

324

Wonderful Grace
By grace are ye saved through faith. Eph. 2:8

Source

Unknown

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Edwin

1853

Pollock, b.

With expression.

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Saved by grace,

1.

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2.

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3.

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to

live

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sin

ners,try

Je

the love of Christ hath done

my
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sus' heart

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deemed my
by His
you as

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from

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as

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de His wondrous mer - cy prove. He has sent me to

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my

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clare,

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read

served from fall-ing

such

gra-cious

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all

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free

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my

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Prayer for Grace

Unto every one

given grace. Eph. 4:7

is

1902
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b.

Ross H. Minkler,

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sweet dear Lord, grace, dear Lord, To


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326

Ye Must Be Born Again

Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. John 3:3
George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945
William T. Sleeper, 1819-1904

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ut-teredby Je- sus the Lord; And let not this mes-sage to you be in vain,
ran-somed the song of the blest; The life ev - er - last - ing if ye would ob - tain,

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BIRTH

AND REGENERATION

327

The Hallowed Spot


Call to

remembrance the former

which

days, in

ye were illuminated. Heb. 10:32

William Hunter, 1811-1877

Tullius C. O'Kane,

1830-1912

ipp^p^iiip^^
1.

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2.

Hard was my

3.

Sink

is

spot

me more

to

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dear Than na

for breath

sa-credhour! O hal-lowed spot

4.

Long

to reach the shore,

toil

for

on

the

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er

my

falls

not where kin

dred souls

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And when from earth

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from

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to

heart shall lin

bound,'Tho' that

night was thrown

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is

A - round me

mine,

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soar

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most heav
with

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be

my home

in

to

en.
;

fore

me

heav

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that dark hour

-tO".

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my Sav - iour found, And felt my sins for - giv


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how did my groan As - cend for years of
I
saw His Dright-ness round me shine, And shout-ed " Glo - ry, glo
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-

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328

There

It shall

come

a Look

Is Life for

pass that every one

to

when he

looketh

upon

Amelia Matilda Hull. 1825-1862

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1.

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2.

3.

It

4.

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sus thy
that a-

Then look, sin - ner, look un - to Him and be saved,


why from His side, flowed the sin-cleans-ing blood,
O
Him, then, who shed
it, thou
may -est at once,
On
And know with as - sur - ance thou nev - er shalt die,

thee,

guilt

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at the Cru - ci - fied One, There is life


as the Bear-er of sin,
If on Je is
not thy tears of re-pent-anceorpray'rs, But the Blood
take with re - joic - ing from Je-sus
at once, The
life

for

is life

shall live. Num. 21:8

it,

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the tree.

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REGENERATION AND SALVATION


I
any

//

thirst,

let

Horatius Bonar, 1808-1889

Hi
1.

2.

3.

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329

Heard the Voice of Jesus Say

man

him come unto Me, and drink. John 7:37


John D. Brunk, 1872-1926

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heard the voice
heard the voice

Je
Je
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sus say, "I

am

to
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this

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give

ly

dark world's Light;

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Love Lifted Me

330

him by the hand, and

Jesus took

him up. Mark

lifted

was

1.

2.

All

9:27

Howard

James Rowe, 1865-1933

sink-ing deep in

E. Smith, 1863-1918

i
Far from the peace-ful shore,

sin,

Ver - y deep - ly

my heart to Him I give, Ev - er to Him I'll cling,


Souls in dan-ger, look a-bove, Je - sus com-plete-ly saves;

3.

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stained with-in,
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pres - ence live, Ev - er His prais-es
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o
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rights reserved.

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Used by permission.

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Happy Day
Happy

that people,

is

Philip Doddridge, 1702-1751

1.

2.
3.
4.

5.

331

whose God is the Lord. Psalm 144:15


Adapted from Edward F. Rimbault, 1816-1876

that fixed my choice On Thee, my Sav -iour and my


that seals my vows To Him who mer - its all my
am my Lord'sand He is
'Tis done, the great trans -ac-tion's done; I
Now rest, my long - di - vid - ed heart, Fixed on this bliss - ful cen-ter,
High heav'n that heard the solemn vow. That vow re-newed shall dai-ly

O
O

hap-py day
hap-py bond

Well may this glow - ing heart re - joice,


Let cheer-ful an - thems fill His house,
fol-lowed on,
I
He drew me and
Nor ev - er from thy Lord de - part,
hour I
bow,
in life's lat - est
Till

Hap

py

hap

day,

py

day,

When

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tell

While

mine;
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And bless in death a

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332

At Calvary

But
William R. Newell, 1868-1956

obtained mercy. I Tim. 1:13

Daniel B. Towner, 1850-1919

wmt=img^LiJMm

1.

Years

2.

By

3.

Now

4.

Oh,

spent

God's

Word

in

van

at

last

I've given to
the love that

Je

drew

sin

sua ev

va

sal

pride, Car - ing not my Lord was


learned; Then I trem-bled at
the
I
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335

Heaven

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REDEMPTION

336

Sweet Peace, the


God

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Peter P. Bilhorn, 1861-1936

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337

Glorious Peace
The God

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of

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and peace. Rom. 15:13

D. Otis Teasley, 1876-1942

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

338

Need Thee, Precious Jesus

am poor and

needy; yet the Lord thinketh upon me. Psalm 40:17

George

1829-1904

Frederick Whitfield,

J.

Webb, 1803-1887

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1.

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need Thee, precious Je


need Thee, precious Je
need Thee, precious Je

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need Thy Ho - ly Spir - it To teach me

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339

Anne

Steele,

Oft, Alas, This

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1.

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2.

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4.

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1716-1778

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310

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d'ning love,

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wretch -ed
calls,

heart

"Ee

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D. S.

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free,
see;

340

^Jr-iIS

way from the Sav


mer - cy
of
Je
dark-ness

b\ the blood of Christ. Eph. 2:13


Joel Arterbury, 19th Century

:5

Came

ner

m
a

ii

like

thee.'

D.S.

voice sweet

ly

whisp-'ring

no more.

My Testimony
Ye who sometimes were jar
P. Bobbitt, 19th Century

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mourn; Oh, take the wan -d'rer home


live
To speak Thy won-drons love ?

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de-part, For -get- ful

par-donedreb -el
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CONFESSION AND TESTIMONY


This Wretched Heart

Oft, Alas,

oft

move

How

to

L.Pfft
311

CHRISTIAN LIFE

341

Thou Art the


am

the

Way

Way, the Truth, and the Life. John

George W. Doane, 17991859

14:6

Charles Edwin Pollock, b. 1853

i^^fe^H^^ilrt^
1.

2.
3.

4.

Thou
Thou
Thou
Thou

the Way:
to Thee
a - lone
the Truth: Thy Word a - lone
the Life: the rend - ing tomb
the Way, the Truth, the Life:

art
art
art
art

From sin and death we


True wis-dom can
im

flee;.
-

part;

Pro-claims Thy conqu'ring arm;


Grant us that way to know

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who

And he
Thou on

And

canst

input their

who

those

That truth

to

Fa

would the

ly

form
trust

keep, that

life

ther seek, Must seek Him,


the mind And pu - ri Thee Nor death nor
in
win, Whose joys e to

Lord, by Thee,
fy
the heart,
hell shall harm,
ter - nal flow.

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342

I'm Not
Nevertheless I

Isaac Watts,

4~f*

1.

2.
3.

4.

not

Firm
Then

not ashamed.

-II

What
And

sus,

A. Arne,

1710-1778

as
will

own my Lord, Or
to
de - fend His cause,
Lord! I
know His name, His name is all my trust;
His throne His prom-ise stands, And He can well se - cure
He own my worth-less name, Be - fore His Fa-ther's face,
a-shamed to

my

m&

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tain
will

I've
in

the hon
He put

His Word,

of

or

my

com-mit -ted
the new
Je

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The

soul to shame, Nor


to His hand,
Till
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sa

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312

Tim. 1:12

Thomas

Ashamed

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Nor

*:

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1674-1748

I'm
Je

am

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Ap

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my

of

hope

the de
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point my soul
-

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the
be

cross.

sive
a

hour.

lost.

place.

CONFESSION AND TESTIMONY

Shall I
Be not thou therefore ashamed
Charles W. Nay lor, 1874-1950
Refrain by Andrew L. Byers,

3.

Shall
Shall
Shall

4.

I'll

1.

2.

I
I

not

of
of
of
of

glo
ry,
prais-es

sal

pathway

of
that

peo

pie,

va
Je
Je

Lord. II Tim.

Andrew

my

Sav-iour and
His won - der - ful
the peo - pie
of
my dear lov - ing

m
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343

of the testimony of our

1869-1952

a-shamed
a-shamed
a-shamed
a-shamed

be
be
be
be

Be Ashamed?

King,

mm

L.

Byers,

Who

left

1869-1952

His bright

Word? Or blush when the


God Who walk in
the
Lord, A-shamed of
His

to bring? Who was cru


el are heard? Shall the laugh of
has trod? Shall I shrink from
His Word; I'll
be faith -ful

tion

sus
- sus
His cause, or
-

1:8

ly cru
the skep
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Je

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I
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be
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Lest I
my pro - f es - sion of Christ should re - veal?
lips
tight - ly seal,
And grieve from my bos - om the Spir - it with - in?
for - ces
of sin,
The joy of His king-dom for - ev - er to share.
ban - ner I'll bear,

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not

be

a-shamed.

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313

CHRISTIAN LIFE

My

344
/

determined not

Jonathan Paul,
Trans, by Paul

1853

F.

Barkman,

c
In

1.

ev

wak

'ry

3.

4.

keep Thy

gen

mo

tion,

im

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age

un

>

God,

am

can

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314

Words

live

ter

tie
face
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dis

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like

foam,

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my

heart,

Had
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for - sak - en
Me?"
mer - cy,
And Thou hast made me whole.
trea-sures
Thy cross re-mained
a
lone,
ceas - ing
How won - drous good Thou art.

plead

W^f
My

ment Thy

la

pleas

ly
tie

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tell

Refrain

i~

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des
earth

ten

may

you, save Jesus Christ. I Cor. 2:2

em - braced Thy
my
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2.

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God,

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to

Thee,

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is

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CONFESSIG.

Must

We

Go, and

are unprofitable servan ts. Luke

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2.

17:10

George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

Charles C. Luther, 1847-1924


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and emp - ty-hand - ed, " Thus my


go,
death I shrink nor f al - ter, For my
years in sin - ning wast - ed, Could I
saints, a-rouse, be ear -nest, Up and

tt

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345

Empty-Handed?

imn

35

dear Re-deem - er meet?


Sav - iour saves me now,
re - call them now,
but
work while yet 'tis day;

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Not
But
I

one
to

would

Ere

the

Him, Lay no tro - phy at


His
meet Him emp-ty - hand - ed, Thought of that now clouds my
give them to
my Sav - iour, To
His will
I'd glad - ly
night of death o'er-take thee, Strive for souls while still you
day

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315

CHRISTIAN LIFE

346

Tell

Tell them how great


DeArmond, 20th Century

3.
4.

things the Lord hath done for thee. Mark 5:19

Andrew

L.

Byers,

1869-1952

J^iz^Pf^i=3=33^l^mi

it
2.

You

He's Done for

Lizzie

1.

What

Have
Have
Have
Have

3^:

you found rest and peace with-in, Rolled far a - way your load of sin,
you a Friend whose wondrous grace Lights up with joy the dark-est place,
you been saved His love to show, Who by your side each day doth go?
you
a joy that ne'er shall fail E'en when you walk thro' death's dark vale,
-S

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Stepped from the old
to
the end

Who

life

Sf
the

to

will still

new?

Tell

nr

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what the

Look ing to Him to help you thro',


Someone whose pow'r great things can do?

Tell
Tell

what the
what the

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Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord

prove true? Tell what the

has
has
has
has

done
done
done
done

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for you.
for you.
for you.
for you.

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Tell

SfiBI

tell
what He's done for you, Of His love
so strong and true
what He's done, what He's done for you,
Tell of His love so strong and true:

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CONFESSION AND TESTIMONY

Know

And

know

to

My

in

What

Heart

knowledge. Eph. 3:19

the love of Christ, which passeth

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3.

When I read how my Sav-iour was nailed to


When theGos-pel is preached in the name of
When the sweet songs of Zi on are fioat-ing

4.

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1876-1942

D. Otis Teaslev,

1876-1942

D. Otis Teasley,

347

Means

It

the cross, For the sins of the


the Lord By the Spir - it sent
a - bove, And the saints all retion is free, When they tell of the

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bove,
joice in the Lord,
soul-cleansing blood,

Oh,

My
I

For
For
For

feel so un-wor-thy such suff ring and loss,


soul thrills with joy at the sound of His word,

ana

I,

'

hap

too,

can

py

Je - sus and lost in His love,


He's sanc-ti - fied me,

in

And

re-joice, for

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317

CHRISTIAN LIFE

348

Yoke

His

Daniel

S.

My yoke is
Warner, 1842-1895

easy,

and

My

Is

burden

Easy
light. Matt.

is

B.

sS3
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1.

I've found

2.

No

my

3.

oth - er
He's dear -er

4.

My

5.

I've tried the

flesh

re

He

Lord and
Lord but
to
my
coiled be

road of

is

Christ
-

11:30

mine,

know,

Warren, 1867-1951

Elliott

i=im

me by His
walk with Him
a -

He won
I

love;
lone;

heart than life, He found me lost


in
sin;
fore the cross, And Sa - tan whis-pered there,
sin and found Its pros-pects all
de- - ceive;

i^^fetel^ipl
serve

I'll

Him

His streams of
He calmed the
"Thy gain will
I've proved the

all
my years of time, And dwell with
love for- ev - er flow, With -in
my
sea of
in- ward strife, And bade
me
not re - pay the loss, His yoke
is
Lord and joys a-bound, More than I

Him

a - bove.
heart, His throne.
come to
Him.
hard to
bear."

could be

Refrain

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His yoke

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CONFESSION AND TESTIMONY

Me

Jesus Has Died for

349

While we were yet sinners, Christ died for i/s.-Rom. 5:8


Source

Unknown

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1.

2.
3.

4.

Oh, to be there, where the songs of glo - ryFloat o'er the waves of the bright crystal sea;
Oh, for a voice to pro-claim the mes-sage In ev - 'ry land and the isles of the sea,
Now that I've tast-ed' Thy love, O Je - sus, Tak-en my cross and am fol-lowing Thee,
Oh, for a heart that will al ways love Him, TrustingHis promise wherev - er I be;

This the re - frain of


is
God's on - ly Son
Help me to tell this
Bear - ing in mind this

the won-drous
the friend
of
great truth
to
sweet truth so

gg a ff

..

sto - ry,
sin - ners,

"Je

" Je
oth - ers, " Je
pre-cious," Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

has
has
has
has

died
died
died
died

for
for
for
ior

me."
me."
me."
me."

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am

called to go,
till homeward I
this dear lov-ing One so kind and true,
Oh, that the world would seek the Father's face, Trust in His mer-cy and for - giv - ing grace
Washed in the blood of Je - sus Christ
King, Thro' endless a - ges I this song shall sing,

While

still

lin-ger in this world be- low, Wait -ing

'Tis but

lit - tie

that

my

hands can do

For

my

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will
I
re - peat o'er and o'er the
But
can tell
I
to the world the
Then how all hearts would re - joice in

"Glo-

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ry

to

God,

ev

er

last

ing

sto- ry,"Je
sto- ry,"Je
sing-ing," Je
glo - ry, " Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

has
has
has
has

died
died
died
died

for
for
for
for

me."
me."
me."
me."

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319

CHRISTIAN LIFE

What a Friend We Have

350

There

in Jesus

a friend that sticketh closer than a brother. Prov. 18:24

is

Joseph M. Scriven, 1819-1886

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What

1.

we have

a friend

in

Je

Have we tri - als and temp - ta


Are we weak and heav - y
la

2.
3.

Charles C. Converse, I832-19H

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our sins and griefs to bear;


an - y - where?
Cum-bered with a load of care?

All

sus,

tions?

there troub-le

Is

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should nev - er
be dis-cour-aged:
Pre - cious Sav-iour, still our ref - uge;

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knows our ev - 'ry weak-ness;


His arms He'll take and shield thee,
fr.

bear,

our sor-rows share?


the Lord in prayerl

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a friend so faith - ful,
thy friends de-spise, for-sake thee?

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the Lord

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prayer!
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PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

351

At the Golden Gate of Prayer


Ye people, pour out your heart before Him. Psalm 62:8
Mrs. C. L. Shaddock, 19th Century

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1.

2.

3.
4.

Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

J.

Would you know the love of Je - sus ? Would you cast on Him your care?
the souls that seek Him there
Oh what peace the Sav-iour giv - eth To
will all your bur - dens bear,
will bless you, He will shield you, He
He
the sweet fore - taste of heav - en, That with an - gels we may share,
Oh
!

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Seek

His help and

How
When
When

they gain the


in trust

and

with God we

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prayer.

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gate

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will come with all

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321

CHRISTIAN LIFE

352

'Tis the Blessed


It

Fanny

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is

good for me

to

Hour of Prayer

draw near

to

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'Tis

the bless

the bless

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God. Psalm

William H. Doane, 1832-1915

Crosby, 1820-1915

hour
hour
hour
hour

of prayer,
of prayer,

of prayer,

when our hearts low - ly bend, And we


when the Sav - iour draws near, With a
when the tempted and tried To tne

of prayer, trust-ing

Him we

be

That the

lieve

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we come to Him in
Je - sus, our Sav-iour and Friend: If
hear; When He tells us we may
pas-sion His chil-dren to
sym-pa-thiz - ing
loves them their sor - row con - fide; With a
Sav - iour
the full-ness of this
bless-ings we're need-ing we'll sure- ly re - ceive, In
gath-er
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at His feet ev - 'ry care;
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trust we shall lose ev 'ry care;

faith,

What

cast

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the wea-ryl

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PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

353

Sweet Hour of Prayer


My

heart said unto Thee,

Thy

fare. Lord, will I seek. Psalm 27:8

William B. Bradbury, 1816-1*

William W. Walford, 1772-1850

1.

2.
3.

Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer, That calls me from a world of care,
Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer, Thy wings shall my pe - ti - tion bear
thy con - so - la - tion share,
Sweet hour of prayer, sweet hour of prayer, May I

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at my Father's throne,
To Him, whose truth and faith-fulness
Till, from Mount Pisgah's loft-y height,

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Make all my wants and wish-es known!


En -gage the wait -ing soul to bless:
view

my

home, and take

my

flight:

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And

sea -eons of
since

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dis

me
I'll

tress and grief, My soul has oft - en found re - lief,


seek His face, Be- lieve His Word, and trust His grace,
drop, and rise, To seize the ev - er - last- ing prize;

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oft es-caped the tempter's snare, By thy re - tarn, sweet hour of prayer.
cast on Him my ev - 'ry care, And wait for thee, sweet hour of prayer.
And shout, while passing thro' the air, Farewell, farewell, sweet hour of prayer.
I'll

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323

CHRISTIAN LIFE

354

Need Thee Every Hour

I
Mine

Annie

S.

eyes are ever toward the

Hawks, 1835-1918

Lord. Psalm 25:15


Robert Lowry, 1826-1899

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need
need
need
need
need

Thee
Thee
Thee
Thee
Thee

ev
ev
ev
ev
ev

'ry
'ry
'ry
'ry
'ry

hour, Most gra hour, Stay Thou


hour, In
joy
hour, Teach me
hour, Most Ho -

Jj

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Thy

No ten - der voice like


by;
Temp-ta-tions lose their
pain; Comequick-ly and awill; And Thy rich prom-is-

ly

One; Oh, make

cious Lord;

near
or

me

Thine

in-

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Refrain

Thine Can peace af- ford,


pow'r When Thou art nigh,

Or

bide,

life

In
me
es
deed, Thou bless

need Thee;

355

vain,

is

ful
-

ed

bless

Prayer

need Thee, oh,

me

Is

now,

my

Sav

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1.

2.

8.
4.

Prayer
Prayer
Prayer
Prayer

is

is
is
is

hour

'ry

iour!

come

to

Thee.

in

My

name,

He may

give

it

you. John 15:16

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the soul's sin - cere de - sire,


Un - ut - tered or ex -pressed;
the sim-plest form of speech That in- fant lips can
try;
the con - trite sin-ner's voice
Re - turn - ing from his ways,
Chris-tian's
the
vi
tal breath, The Chris-tian's na
air,
tive

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324

the Soul's Sincere Desire

James Montgomery, 1771-1854

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need Thee; Ev

Son.

Whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father

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PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION


the Soul's Sincere Desire

The

hid a
est strains
While an - gels in their songs
His watch-word at the gate
-

den

That trem-bles

fire

The

that reach
re - joice,
of death-

Maj

breast.

in

on
high.
And say, "Be - hold, he
prays l"
He
en ters heav'n with prayer
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Abide with Me
Abide with us

Henry

F.

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it

is

William H. Monk, 1823-1*

Lyte, 1793-1847

1.

2.

Swift

fast falls the


e - ven
ebbs out life's lit - tie
ev - 'ry pass-ing
pres - ence
with Thee at hand to
foe,
fore my clos - ing
cross
be

me:

bide with

to

close

its

need Thy
no

3.

4.

5.

Hold Thou Thy

fear

356

toward evening. -Luke 24:29

The

tide;

day;
hour;
bless:

eyes;

dark - ness
Earth's jovs grow
What but Thy
Ills
have no
Shine through the

me a - bide: When oth - er help - ers


fail, and
pass
a - way; Change and de - cay
in
all
alike Thy -self
my guide and
grace can foil the tempter's pow'r? Who
weight, and tears no
bit - ter-ness. Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy
gloom, and point me
to
the skies: Heav'n's morning breaks, and earth's vain
deep -ens; Lord, with
dim,

glo

its

com-forts
round I
stay can
vie

to

shad-ows

2~ t

flee,

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of

help

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Thou who chang-est

see;

Thro' cloud and


1

In

tri

life,

sun

not,

shine,

umph

still,

if

Thou

in

death,

Lord,

HHi

bide
bide
bide
bide
bide

with
with
with
with
with

a
f~

me.
me.
me.
me.
me.

I
325

CHRISTIAN LIFE

357

Must

I
Come unto Me,

Jesus

Tell

laden. Matt.

ye that labour and are heavy

all

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can -not bear these


must tell Je - sus all of my tri - als; I
must tell Je - sus all of my troub - les; He is
a kind, comTempted and tried I
need a great Sav - iour, One who can help my

3.

how

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tell

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ask Him,
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Je - sus,

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He

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must

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PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

358

Alone with God


He
Johnson Oatman,

went up into a mountain apart

1856-1926

Jr.,

pray. Man. 14:23


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When storms of life are round me beat ing, When rough the path that I have trod,
What tho' the clouds have gathered o'er me? What tho' I've passed beneath the rod?
'Tis
there I find new strength for du - ty, As
o'er the sands of time I
plod,
And when I see the mo-ment near - ing When I shall sleep be-neath the sod,
- <* tug
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With

in

my

clos-et door

re-treat

ing,

God's perfect will there lies be -fore me,


I
see the King in all His beau- ty,
When time with me is dis - ap - pear - ing,

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be a -lone
When I am thus a -lone
While resting there a - lone
want to be a -lone
I
love

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with
with
with

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To hold with Him
To hold with Him

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

359

Pray, Pray in the Old-Time


When

they had prayed, the place was shaken. Acts 4:31

A. Brown, 20th Century

J.

Pray,
Pray,
3. Pray,
4- Pray,
1.

2.

Way

J.

A. Brown, 20th Century

pray in the old -time way, Come, Christians, gather round; Pray, pray
pray where two or three Are gath-ered in His name; Pray, pray,
seek His face, And turn from all your sin
Pray, pray,
pray and
souls are lost, Their blood is on our hands; Pray, pray,
pray,for
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reach the saints' high ground; Pray, pray, the prayer of faith

A. Brown.

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hands unto Thee. Psalm 143:6


Carl G. Glaser, 1784-1829
Arr. by Lowell Mason, 1792-1872

What did Thy


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used to pray, When the pow'r of God came down.


Je - sus said, I
am in the midst of them.
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grace to go
And bring the wand 'rers in. Pray, pray, the on
now their feet Are
on death's sinking sands.

as they
for
for
e'en

-<r-^r
hands to Thee,
Son en -dure,
this

Thee

be-lieve,
I

lift

No

oth

Be -fore
I

My

er

help

drew

my

know;

breath!
now should feel Thy pow'r;
wea - ry, long-ing eyes;
I

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Father,

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Stretch

PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

My Hands

to

s Pi^3

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Thee

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Thou with-draw Thy - self from me,


Ah, whith-er shall
I
go?
pain, what la - bor
to
se - cure
My soul from end - less death
my poor soul Thou wouldst re - trieve, Nor let me wait one hour.

If

What

Now
may
O

now

re

ceive that gift,

My

soul with -out

Don't Forget to Pray


Be ye therefore

361

and watch unto prayer \

sober,

Mary A. Kidder, 1820-1905

W.

dies.

it

Pet. 4:7

O. Perkins, 19th Century

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you left your room this morn-ing,


2. When you met with great temp-ta-tion,
3. When your heart was filled with an-ger,
4. When sore tri - als came up - on
you,
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Did
Did
Did
Did

you think
you think
you think
you think

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the name of
to pray? In
His dy - ing
to pray? By
to pray? Did
you plead for
to pray? When your soul was
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As
As

a shield to-day?
your guide and stay?
Who had crossed your way?
At the gates of day?

Did you sue for lov-ing la - vor


Did you claim the Ho - ly Spir - it
love andmer - it,
grace, my broth- er, That you might forgive an-oth - er
bowed in sor - row, Balm of Gil-ead did you bor - row
Christ, our Sav-iour,

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

302

The Beautiful Garden of Prayer


We

went out

by a river side, where prayer was wont to be

Eleanor Allen Schroll, 20th Century

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Sfcfi:

gar -den where Je


gar -den where Je
gar -den where Je

There's a
There's a
There's a

1.

2.

3.

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sus
sus
sus

wait
wait
wait

s
s
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made. Acts

16:13

James H. Fillmore, 1849-1936

There's a place that


And
I
go with

ing,
ing,
ing,

He

And

you

bids

For it glows with the light of His pres - ence,


Just to learn from His lips words of com - fort
there; Just to bow, and re-ceive a
new bless -ing,

won-drous-ly fair;
bur - den and care,

come meet Him

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Refrain

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t:

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my

den,

of prayer; There

gar -den

the

ii

my

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He

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Copyright, 1920. Renewed 1948 by Nazarene Publishing House.


Used by permission.
330

All

rights

reserved.

of

prayer.

PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

Watch unto Prayer


Watch and pray,
Clara

M. Brooks,

that ye enter not into temptation.Matt. 26:41

^=3
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way that is free from sin;


Watch and pray ev - 'ry day and hour,
Watch and pray, lest the care and toil
Watch and pray soon the Lord shall come

There's a

1.
2.
3.

4.

-*r

there be that shall en - ter


in;
tan seeks whom he may de-vour;
Of this life should your pur-pose foil,
For His cho-sen, to take them home;
-

iM^

we

stray from the nar - row way,


You shall con - quer; re - sist the wrong,
Lest you miss the
e - ter - nal prize
Those who walk in His right-eous-ness

Lest

Few

Sa

H^

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Warren, 1867-1951

B. Elliott

1882

b.

363

33

2=5t

rr
Help us

ev

er

Stand-ing fast in
For the faith - ful
Shall a - bide in

to watch and pray,


the Lord be strong.
in par - a - dise.
su - per - nal bliss.

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a

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and

pray, watch and

pray,

Or

the

tempt -er

'

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if

stray;

ffi

you watch and pray.

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

364

Leave Your Burden at the Place of Prayer

Come unto Me, all ye


Mae Lillenas,

&E p=
^4

and are heavy laden, and

that labour

I will

give you rest. Matt. 11:28

Mae

Bertha

1891-1945

Bertha

Lillenas, 1891-1945

tf^liftpf^^PPS

the clouds are hang-ing low, When the rag - ing tem-pests blow, When your
There is rest for you to - day, Tho' you walk life's bus - y way, There is
the bur -dens of the years, You may
Bring your load of doubts and fears, All
We shall soon from care be free, With our eyes His glo - ry see,
the

When

e=e=

soul

is

bur-dened with

its

weight of care; There's a place

of per-fect rest,
un-der-stands your need,
trou-bles not
a few,
glo-rious day has come,

One who waits your heav-y load to bear; Je - sus


meet your Sav-iour and His bless-ings share; Bring your
bless

of peace a

ed-ness

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Where no
Till

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tion

He

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-lest;
will heed;

tti

that

1*

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Leave your
Leave your
sus will your strength re-new Leave your
your race on earth is done; Leave your

Your
Je

^i^=i

wait -ing there;

3^ g^^^ltt-h

r*

r*

bur -den
bur-den
bur-den
bur-den

at
at
at
at

the
the
the
the

place
place
place
place

A-

of
of
of
of

prayer,
prayer,
prayer,
prayer.
A-

tor

Refbain

Je

332

sus

all

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your want and care; your want and care; For

Copyright, 1934, by Haldor Lillenas.

Used by permission.

is

a Friend in-deed,

PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

Leave Your Burden at the Place of Prayer

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all

sin

ful

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on

Thee

we

the

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tions,

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far,

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Hastings,

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man's

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ble

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for

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prayer.

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of

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All

mm

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supplications, prayers, intercessions

that

the place

at

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God,
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need; Leave your bur-den

'ry

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bless.
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CHRISTIAN LIFE

366

Oh,
O

Love to Talk with Jesus

Lord,

let

me

talk with

William G. Fischer, 1835-1912

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1.

Oh,

love

to

2.

Oft

tell

Him

3.

Thee.]er. 12-1

Unknown

Source

Though
So

4.

the
I'll

way

is

wait

talk with Je

am wea

long and drear


lit

tie

sus, for
ry, and

-y

Ion- ger,

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it

smooths the rug


fain would be

to

that

till

my

ged.
at

road;
rest

tant clime,
Lord's ap -point- ed time,
far

r iee

dis

off,

Ee^e

And it seems to help me on - ward, when I faint be - neath my load


That I'm dai - ly, hour - ly long - ing to
re - pose
up - on
His breast
Yet
I know that
my Re-deem - er jour-neys with me all the time ;
And a - long the up ward path-way still my pil - grim feet shall climb

Sr
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When my heart
And He an
And the more

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my

eyes with tears are dim,


- d'rest tones of. love,
come to know Him, and His won- drous grace ex- plore,
Fa - ther's dwell-ing, where the ma - ny man-sions be,

crush' d with sor - row,


me so kind - ly,

swers

in

lib2=

and
in

the ten

J-

There

is

am
How my
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334

me com -fort

nought can yield


corn - ing soon

shall

long
see

ing

grow

my

bless -

like

take thee
to my
eth stron-ger
still to
ed Sav - iour, and He
to

lit

- tie

talk

py home
know Him more
hap

then will talk

with Him.
a - bove."
and more,
with me.

PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

Am

We
S.

Praying for You

give thanks to God,

O'Maley Clough, 1837-1910

Al

367

fraying always for you. Col. 1:3


Ira D. Sankey, 1840-1908

'W^ r-$

=-

Sav

have a
have a
have a

1.

2.

3.

4.

When He

Fa

robe;

iour,

He's plead -ing

ther;

to

'tis

re

has found you,

tell

glo

ing

dear,

lov

has giv - en A
hope
splen-dent in white - ness, A - wait
oth - ers the sto - ry, That my

for

e-

ing

in

me

in

ry,

He

lov

ing

m Hh^ H^f=^ihhh^k
\

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ter

ni

glo

ry

Sav -iour

itei

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And now He. is watch-ing


And soon will He call me
re-ceive it
Oh, when I

in

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For you

am

too!

youl

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me, But oh, that my Sav-iour were your Sav-iour


heav-en, But oh, that He'd let me bring you with me
brightness, Dear friend, could I see you re - ceiv-ing one
glo - ry, And prayer will be answered 'twas answered for
o'er

der-ness

to meet Him in
-ed and true;
all shin - ing in
won -der- ing view;
your Sav-iour, too; Then pray that your Sav-iour may bring them to

ty, bless

am

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

368

Abide with Me,


Abide with

Emma

us:

for

it

Need Thee

toward evening. Luke 24:29

is

Charles Edwin Pollock,

G. Dietrick, 19th Century

b.

1853

Slowly

1.

2.

Be

3.

To

day,
bide with me,
need Thee ev - 'ry
I
with me, Lord, wher - e'er my path may lead,
bide with me,
my Lord, and when at last

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safe through

all

the

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ply

my

ev

ry

cares

its

all

wea

me

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lead

Ful - fill Thy


This earth and

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'

ry

way;

When

'ry

need;

Help

are

past,

I'll

storms sur -round

azz:

me

to

live

and
each

pray

no

more

that

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see,
on - ly clouds I
day more close to Thee,
Thou a - bide with me,

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my com -fort

Lord,

be

And

oh, dear Lord,

For

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then, at

last,

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me!
me!

bide with

pray, a

bide with

shall

bide with Thee!

and

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From Every Stormy Wind

369
An

Hugh

hiding place from the wind, and a covert from the tempest. Isa. 32:2
Thomas Hastings, 1784-1872
Stowell, 1799-1865
'

From ev

'ry

storm -y wind that blows, From ev

place where Je-sus sheds


scene where spirits blend,
could we flee for aid,
There, there on ea - gle wings we soar,

There is
a
There is
a
Ah! whith-er

r
336

r-

e=r

g tut r
.

U4-r-i-

swell-ing tide of woes,


of gladness on our heads,
Where friend holds fellowship with friend;
When tempted, des - o- late, dis-mayed;
And sin and sense mo -lest no more;

The

'ry

oil

j u j_ j

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PRAYER AND SUPPLICATION

From Every Stormy Wind

sure re-treat; Tis found be - neath the


is
a calm, a
is
the blood-bo!t
place than all be-sides more sweet; It
Tho' sun-dered far, by faith they meet A - round one com - mon
Or how the hosts of hell de - feat, Had suf-f 'ring saints no
And heav'n comes down our souls to greet.While glo-ry crowns the

There

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mer - cy
mer-cy
mer - cy
mer-cy

seat,
seat,
seat,

seat?
seat.

db

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370

The City of Light


The
Aldine

S.

had no need

city

1904

Kieffer, d.

^fe

=4*

W^
1.

2.
3.

sun. Rev. 21:23


Aldine

of the

of
cit - y
Broth - er dear, nev - er
the
in
us walk
Let

There's a

fear,
light

(-

we

shall

of

the

JL

A-

pillii
we

are told, Where they

tri-umph at last
gos - pel di-vine,

know not a

If

we

trust

Let

us

ev

in
er

the

keep

Li-4-U-

Vk

1904

Kieffer, d.

S.

~i-

the stars,

light 'inid

EEE
D.C.

For

that

home

so

is

brighi,and

most in

al -

is

sight,

And

I trust

in

my

Fine.

sor - row or care


And the gates
word He has given; When our tri -

of pearl and the streets are


and toils, and our weep-ings
us love, watch, and pray, in our pil - grim

near

Let

the cross;

to

gold,
past,
age here,
of
are

are

als

m
m
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the

build

ing

We

shall

meet

in

count

all

Let

us

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ex

ly

fair

that home
things else

up

in

heav'n

but

as

loss.

;==

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not faint

t
t

us

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pray

for

each

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this

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1

care.

CHRISTIAN LIFE

371

Open the Wells of Salvation


O

Spring up,

well. Num. 21:17

Charles Edwin Pollock,

Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

1853

b.

Earnestly

i ?
1.

Lord,

2.

Dead

3.

ho

am

fond
world

ear

ly,

PH

a""*

nest

long

ly

would
I
be,
O
would be Thine, and serve Thee for
the

to

like-ness

ly

sin,

live
lost

Spir-it,

un

to
to

Thy

in

grow;
Thee;

Thirst-ing

love;

Come

Cru

ev

for
fy

ci

my

to

m&

Fa

j:

-i^s

ing

In

Thy

to

Dead un

ther!

to

Thy

Filled with

more and deep

com-

er

the earth -ly withheart, Lord, come with aall

fcn

fcfc

-U=-tr-

Refrain

mun

Yearn-ing Thy love more ful - ly


to
Emp-tied of sin and self may I
Show-ers of grace send down from a

ion,

me,

in

noint-ing,

m
ntt

J--

A-

wells
-

pen

the

of
wells

bove

9-i

pi

grace and
grace and

of

pen the

9'

a.

sal
sal

va
va

Pour

tion,
tion,

the

tr-

ta

12-

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streams
deep
in - to
Pour the rich streams deep in-to

s=^

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my
my

u*

heart; Cleanse and re - fine


my
Cleanse and re -fine
heart;

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338

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Open the Wells of Salvation

An-*
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tho't and af
tho't and af

fee - tion, Seal


fee -tion,

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me

me

Seal

a-

me

and make

My

Draw nigh

to

me pure

2.

Tho'

3.

There

4.

5.

my

er,

God,

Then with
Or
if

wan
the way
my wak

on

joy

God. James

art.
art.

mi
372

4:

der

Thee,

Near

Day

er,

er

to

light

all

ap - pear, Steps up
to
ing tho'ts Bright with Thy
ful wing, Cleav - ing
the

Thee;

E'en though

it

gone,
heav'n;

Dark - ness

be

f
fe=j=^p^i^l^
rais

My

rest

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mer

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be
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o - ver me,
send - est me
sto - ny griefs
meet my King,

Thou

God, to Thee

to

like
let

as

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m
Near

p.

pure as Thou

and make

Sarah F. Adams, 1805-1)

1.

:sr -T

Nearer,

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i-

to

5fc

me;

Still

all

stone,
giv'n;
raise;
Ay,

Yet

in

An

my

g*

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Thou

gels

So

by

Still

all

my song shall
my dreams I VI
to

beck

my woes
my song

on

be,
be,

me,

to be,
shall be

:^A

Near-er,

'

ft

if

my
(t

God, to Thee, Near-er,

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my

God, to Thee,

fe

Near

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to

Thee.

CHRISTIAN LIFE

373

More About Jesus


Learn of Me; for

More
More
More
More

1.

2.

3.
4.

fcs

a -bout
a -bout
a -bout
a -bout

Je
Je
Je
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am meek and

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Eliza E. Hewitt, 1851-1920

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sav - ing full-ness see, More of His love who died for me.
God, my teach - er be, Show-ing the things of Christ to me.
Hear -ing His voice in ev - 'ry line, Mak - ing each faith -ful say - ing mine.
More of His kingdom's sure in-crease; More of His com -ing, Prince of Peace.

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ASPIRATION

Want

Thou

F.

^
L. Snyder,

There

1.

3.

The
The

4.

O,

2.

to Love

Him More

Lord thy God with

shalt love the

all

thy heart. Mark

Howard

19th Century

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is
a
Prince of
sto - ry

sto

life,

ry
yet

ev

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er

E.

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new,
babe

tell

I'll

He came

ev - er sweet - er grows,
suf-fered on
the
tree,

He

how

374

How
No

it

o'er

and

o'er,

in

days

of

yore,

on

the cross

He

love

like that

be

bore
-

fore;

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How
To

My
I

for
me;
Je - sus gave His life
men;
bring good-will and peace to
sins,
and by His stripes I'm healed;
love Him, yet
know and feel I

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to

love

Him

more.
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Him

more.

CHRISTIAN LIFE

More Like Thee,

375

Put on the new man,


Frank M. Davis, 1839-1896

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2.
3.

More
More
More

after

the image of

O
like Thee, O
like Thee, O
like Thee,

Him

Sav-iour,

let

Sav-iour, let

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me
me
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ly,

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created him. Col. 3:10


Henry Showalter, 1864-1947

Thee from day to day;Nev-er


Pure with-out, and pure with- in; Keep me
All my pil - grim jour-ney thro Meek and

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that
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Saviour

Keep

me

in

the

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of

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crown

of

life

and

true,

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Thy

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in

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steps stray,

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grace,

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ASPIRATION

376

More Like Jesus


My

sheep hear

My

know them, and

they follow

Stillman, 20th Century

M.

J.

and

voice,

J.

M.

Me.John

10:27

Stillman, 20th Century

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1.

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3.

4.

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ly,

And fol-lowHim day


To those who are in

want

to be true and
com-fort the bro - ken want to be strong and
want to love Je - sus

faith

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f ul,

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'ry

command

heart - ed With sweet words of ten


ear - nest, And souls to the Sav
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CHRISTIAN LIFE

377

Nearer,

Nearer

Still

Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith. Heb. 10:22
Lelia N. Morris, 1862-1929
Lelia N. Morris, 1862-1929

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Near-er,
Near-er,
Near-er,
Near-er,

1.

2.
3.

4.

still
still

still
still

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near-er, close to Thy heart, Draw me, my Sav - iour, so


near - er, noth ing I bring, Naught as an
of - f ring to
near-er, Lord, to be Thine, Sin, with its fol - lies, I
near - er, while life shall last, Till safe in glo - ry my
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fold me close to Thy breast, Shel - ter me


sin - ful, now con-trite heart; Grant me the
its pleasures, pomp and its pride; Give
me but
Thro' end -less a - ges, ev - er to
be,
Near - er,

pre-cious Thou art; Fold me,


- sus
my King, On - ly
glad - ly re - sign, All
of

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

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378

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Walk with God

Oh, for a Closer

That ye might walk worthy


William Cowper, 1731-1800

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of the

Lord unto

all

pleasing. Col. 1:10

George Kingsley, 1811-1844

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for
Oh
Where is

The

clos-er
a
the bless -ed
- dol
dear -est

So

shall

my

walk be

walk with
-

ness

God,

knew

calm and heav'n-ly frame!

When

first

saw the

l^ord?

be,
- dol
have known, What-e'er that
Calm and se - rene my frame;
close with God,
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ASPIRATION

Oh, for a Closer

Walk with God

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the
shine up - on
the soul - re - fresh - ing
de
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to
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pur - er light shall mark the
So
light to

Where

is

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-at

&

road

the

Lamb.

view

His Word?
Thee,
ly

That leads me to
Of
Je - sus and
throne And wor-ship on
road That leads me to

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More Love
To know

the love of Christ,

Elizabeth P. Prentiss, 1818-1878

3=
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Once earth

3.

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4.

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Christ, More love to
craved, Sought peace and rest;
its work, Send grief and
pain;
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379

Thee

which passeth knowledge. Eph. 3:19


William H. Doane, 1832- 1915

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345

CHRISTIAN LIFE

380

Me

Pass
Whom

Fanny

me
me

Pass
Let

1.

heaven but Thee? Psalm 73:25


William H. Doane, 1832-1915

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as
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have

Crosby, 1820-1915

J.

Gentle Saviour

Not,

3.

Trust -ing

4.

Thou

I
gen

not,

at

on

ly

in

the spring of

all

Sav

tie

mer
Thy mer
my com

throne of

iour,

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cy

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my hum

sweet

ble

cry;

re

Would I seek Thy


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it,

fort,

lief;

face;

me,

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Kneel - ing there in
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on

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tion,

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Save me

it,

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by.

un - be - lief.
by
Thy grace.
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I

B. Elliott

Teach me Thy way,


Warren, 1867-1951

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1.
2.
3.
4.

Would Be Closer

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I
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I

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and pow

86:11

Warren, 1867-1951

Yes, clos-er
to Thee each day,
Just lean-ing up - on
Thy breast,
- ance,
let me not
Oh,
a - stray,
go
- er,
His mer-its
I
hum - bly plead,

3^ a
Filled with Thy Spir - it
Trust - ing my all on
Feel - ing the bless- ed
Draw -ing from heav-en

Elliott

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.

381

Thy truth. Psalm

in

B.

be clos - er my Sav
be clos-er for shel
be clos - er for guid
to
Je - sus my help

will ivalk

Thee

to

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Lord,

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Thee

(to Thee).

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347

CHRISTIAN LIFE

382

I'm Pressing on the


/ press

for the prize of the high calling of

Johnson Oatman,

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xl

Jr.,

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God

in

Christ Jesus. Phil. 3:14

Charles H. Gabriel, 1856-1932

1856-1926

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up-vvard way, New heights I'm gain-ing ev - 'ry day;


de - sire to stay Where doubts a-rise and fears dis- may;
want to live a bove the world, Tho' Sa-tan's darts at me are hurled;
want to scale the ut-most height, And catch a gleam of glo - ry bright;

2.

I'm pressing on
My heart has no

3.

4.

1.

Upward Way

the

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I'm on-ward bound, "Lord, plant my feet on high-er ground. "
Still pray-ing as
Tho' some may dwell where these abound, My prayer, my aim is high-er ground.
For faith has caught the joy - ful sound, The song of saints on high-er ground.
But still I'll pray till heav'n I've found, "Lord, lead me on to high-er ground.

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lift

me up

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let

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348

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ASPIRATION

In Christ Jesus ye

Fanny

J.

are

made nigh by

William H. Doane, 1832-1915

H ^3

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- sus, keep
me near the cross,
Near the cross, a trem - bling soul,
Near the cross! O Lamb of God,
Near the cross I'll watch and wait,

3.

4.

eife

There a pre - cious foun - tain,


Love and mer - cy found me,
Bring its scenes be - fore me;

Je

1.

the blood of Christ. Eph. 2:13

Crosby, 1820-1915

ft

2.

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Shed His beams a - round me.
With its shad - ows o'er me.
riv - er.
Just
be - yond' the

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383

Keep Me Near the Cross

Jesus,

glo

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my

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349

CHRISTIAN LIFE

384

Close to Thee
As ye have received Christ Jesus the Lord,

Fanny

J.

r a
^_
^pa:
1.

2.

3.

so

Him. Col.

walk ye in

Crosby, 1820-1915

Silas J.

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1818-1884

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Thou my ev - er - last - ing por - tion, More than friend or life to me,
Not for ease or world -ly pleas -ure, Nor for fame my pray 'r shall be;
Lead me thro' the vale of shad-ows, Bear me o'er life's fit - ful sea,

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ly

long

my

pil

will

toil

Then the gate

of

grim jour - ney, Sav


and suf - fer, On

life

^g^lij^gsl

ter

May

nal

me walk with Thee.


me walk with Thee.

iour, let
ly
let

en

ter,

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Lord, with Thee.

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Close
Close

to Thee,
to Thee,
to Thee,

to Thee, Close
to Thee, Close
to Thee, Close

close
close
close

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long

my

will

toil

of

life

gate

pil -

grim jour
and suf
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to Thee, close
to Thee, close
to Thee, close

ter

ney,

Sav

fer,
nal,

On
May

P
-

iour,
ly
I

to Thee;
to Thee;
to Thee;

All

Glad

Then

a-

ly

the

"

me walk
me walk

let
let

en

ter,

Lord,

i
with Thee,
with Thee.
with Thee.

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350

ASPIRATION

Shine in
God
F.

hath shined

our hearts

in

II

Cor. 4:6

Aaron C. Kolb, 1871-1937

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1.

2.
3.

4.
5.

my
my

heart,
heart,

In-creasemy

faith,

Shine in
Shine in

Come, Ho - ly Spir
And when the king

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385

Heart, Lord Jesus

19th Century

Griffith,

P.

My

Lord
Lord
Lord

Je
Je
Je

it,

fill

of

ter - rors

me,

me

lead

need Thee
Thy dear

sus,
- sus,

May

Come show

me

Shall stand

in

to

ev

'ry

light,

day,

pre-cious

my
my

all

cross

blood,

need
way,

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sus 5

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To

help

me keep Thy

stat

utes

Of

sin

Dis

com- plete

With heav'n's
Oh,

re

me

help

fresh
to

And

chase

To

walk

the

me

And make

na

My

ward,

Re

ly

cleanse

ing

man

go

for

way my
nar-row

night

way;

me pure and

hun

gry

gard

less

spir
of

good
feed

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sway

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my
me
my

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my
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Shine on
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In -crease
love
And though the way
Thy rod and staff

soul,
not,

is

Je
Sav
Je
rug

to

help

Oh,

help

Come

in

So

when

Thy

pres
with

And

me

with

Thy

love,

faint,

fall;

heart
path

to

Thee,

will

in

ged,

And bind my
And though my

me,

My

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help

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sus - tain
ther's fa -

bered
me,
vor

Thy

faith - f ul

When Thou
Thy

smile

Give

com

I'll

rest

dost

ness
hear

love
fort, hope,
in
love
of

to

prove,

me

call,

see.

I'll

and
se

cheer
-

5&

cure.

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351

CHRISTIAN LIFE

386

God

Purer in Heart,

God. Matt.

Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see

Fannie Estelle Davison, 1851-1887

5:8

James H. Fillmore, 1849-1936

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2.
3.

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Pur
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in
in
in

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Anthony

Charles Wesley, 1707-1788

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Watch Thou my way - ward feet,


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Be
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A heart from sin set free!


for
a heart to praise my God,
heart re-signed, sub - mis-sive, meek, My dear Re-deem-er's throne;
love
di - vine;
heart in
ev - 'ry thought re-newed, And full of
hum-ble, low - ly,
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free - ly shed for
- ly
Christ is
heard to speak, Where Je - sus reigns a Per feet, and right, and pure, and good, A
cop - y, Lord, of
Which nei-ther life nor death can part
From Him that dwells with
on my heart, Thy new, best name of
Write Thy new name up

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Love.

JS.

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Thine.

388

So Let Our Lives and Lips Express


Adorn
Isaac Watts,

the doctrine of

tues

reigns
truth
of

with
and

vir

es

God our Saviour

in

all

things. Titus 2:10

Lowell Mason,

1674-1748

the
af

shine,
-

in,

love
Lord,
-

ford,

To

prove the

And grace sub


Our

And
And

in

ward

doc - trine all


dues the pow'r
pi

faith stands lean

give

ing

new strength

to

di

ap

on
faint

1792-1872

of

ty
-

His
ing

vine,
sin.

prove,

Word,
souls.

CHRISTIAN LIFE

389

Way

God's
Just and true are

Charles

W.

Naylor,

^5Z_~4Z^=

Thy

ways,

Is

Best

Thou King

of saints. Rev.

1874-1950

Hgi *t=3=*

&

1869-1945

*+=9

is best; if
hu-man wis-dom A
fair -er way may seem to show,
Had
I the choosing of my path-way, In
blind-ness I should go
a-stray,
He lead -eth true; I will not ques-tion, Tho' thro' the val- ley I shall go,
Thy way is best, so lead me on- ward, My
all
I
give to Thy con-trol;

God's way

1.

2.
3.

4.

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on-ly that our earth-dimmed vi-sion


far a - way in dark-ness,
Tho' I should pass thro 'clouds of tri - al,
Thy lov - ing hand will tru - ly guide me,

'Tis

And wan - der

15:3

Clarence E. Hunter,

The truth can nev -er


Nor reach that land of

And drink
And safe

clear- ly

know.

end-less day.

the cup of hu-man woe.


to glo - ry bring my soul.

Refbain
IUBFBAIN

God's way

is

best, I

will

not mur-mur, Al-though the end

Wf m

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not see;

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I'll

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is

best, is

best for

me.

RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

390

Thy Will Be Done


Thy

will be

done

earth, as

in

is

it

in

heaven. Matt. 6:10

James McGranahan, 1840-1907

Charlotte Elliott, 1789-1871

--I-

My

God

and

What

tho'

in

Let

but

my
my

Re - new
Then when

Fa

ther,

lone

grief

faint- ing

will

on

while

ly

heart

from day

home, on

loved, no
be
With Thy sweet Spir - it
with Thine; and
Blend
it
mixed with
The prayer oft

breathe no more

earth I

my

Far from
For friends

stray
sigh
be blest
to day;
I

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from my heart
rough way, Oh, teach me
would I
still
ger nigh, Sub- mis- sive
leave
Thee
I
for its guest, My God, to
hard
All now that makes it
take a - way
hap a
on
sing up
I'll
tears be - fore,

to
re

life's

Ion

m iii

Oh,

Sub

teach

be

done!

Thy

will

me

My
All

now

that

I'll

sing

up

^^

the
to

pier

"Thy
"Thy
rest, "Thy
say, "Thy
shore, "Thy

be

will
will
will
will
will

say,
ply,

be
l>e

be
be

III

mis - sive
God, to

Thy
be

from

my

still

would

Thee I
makes it
on
a

heart
I

leave

hard

hap

to
re
the
to
pier

say,
ply,
rest,

say,
shore,

be

will

done!

Thy

done!

"Thy
"Thy
"Thy
"Thy
"Thy

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fumm

done!"
done!"
done!"
doue!"
done!"

will

will
will
will
will
will

be

he
be
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be

done!

done!"
done!"
done!"
done!"
done!"

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355

CHRISTIAN LIFE

My

391

Jesus, As Thou Wilt

For even Christ pleased not Himself. Rom. 15:3

Benjamin Schmolck, 16721737


Trans, by Jane Borthwick, 1813-1897

Carl M. von Weber,


Arr. by Joseph P. Holbrook,

1786-1826
1822-1888

wilt:

may

Thy

be mine!

wilt:

Tho'

seen

thro'

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shall

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my

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tear,

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earth hast wept
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RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

My
/

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Charles

delight to do

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Thy

1874-1950

Naylor,

Amen

Heart Says
will,

O my

God. -Psalm 40:8


Clarence E. Hunter,

mm&m

my -self

Thy serv-ice,
the heart - ties of earth may be sun-dered,
Tho' my plans and my hopes may seem blight-ed,
When I pass to that heav - en - ly coun - try,
have yield

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to

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love Thee
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my

may Thy
and
its

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392

om

doth

pur -pose

ful

trust in Thee
glo - ry doth

fill;

still,

thrill,

This for- ev

fill;

o - bey Thee, And my


not mur - mur, Ev - er
all
is well that Thou do - est,
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er shall be my re - joic - ing, That my

my Sav - iour, I haste to


me glad - ly sub-mit and

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

393

Would Not Have My Way

Not
Mts.

W. H. dinger,

4:
4:

as I will, but as

Thou

wilt. Man. 26:39

Andrew

20th Century

L. Byers,

1869-1952

fe.

i^^y^ppppp|ifip

1.

2.

3.

would not have


would not have
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my
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for

lone,

way, dear Lord, but Thine; I


would not walk away, dear Lord, but Thine; E'en tho' the road be
way, dear Lord, but Thine; I
do not ask for

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might

Thou know-est what

fall:

lead

so

best,

is

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me

on;

I'll

rough I will not fear: E'en tho' the sun re - fuse some-times to shine, I'll
beds with flow 'rs entwined Thy way might be some moun-tain-side
to climb, Some
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ten, Lord,

I'll

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wand 'ring sheep or some lost lamb to find.
walk

M
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dark

'

O keep me

LZ

est night

for Thy-self and Thine a

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has come,

I'll

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way, dear

When shadows

fall

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my

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Lord, but Thine;

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home.

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RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

Oh, Be
Be

still,

and know that

394

Still
am God. Psalm

46:10
Peter

Har. by Henry

William Ebel, 1863-1918

l^S

Spffi

1.

Oh,

Be

3.
4.

be
cou

still,

Goerz,

1870-1913

K. Goerz, 1872-1952

=fc

2.

J.

J.

thou

soul

ra - geous, firm
Why shouldst thou so fear
dear Lord,
will
I
Yes,
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of

Thou

art

and

When

life's

mine,
true
ful
be
be still,

At

not
bat

for
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the tempt
will trust

sa

ken;

tie's

wag

ing;

er's

roar

ing?

Thee

ev

er;

pii=p^ipii

u-d

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still,

my

sin
soul,

may

be
ply

trust

in

God

mit

to

all

Thy

^H

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the pow'rs

Tho'
Oh,
-

sub

I'll

t-i

He
He

who gave
who doth

See

God's ten

Lord,

Thou know

of

rage,
rest

and
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lone,
will,

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Thou

un

sha

ken.

the tern - pest's rag


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ig - nor
Cling
for - ev
to Thee

ing.
ing.

shalt

be

When

* -~

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His life
for thee, Thus per - mits
His love
our sor - rows share In
der-ness, and prove, With the saint
is
best, Con - fi - dent
est what

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er.

that thou shouldst be


and ten - der carea - bove,
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in

this

rest,

I'll

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than thou canst bear Will
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for
let

for

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thee
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heav

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fer.
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CHRISTIAN LIFE

Have Thine Own Way, Lord

395

O Lord, Thou art our Father; we are the


Adelaide A. Pollard, 1862-1934

and Thou our potter. Isa. 64:8


George C. Stebbins, 1846-1945

clay,

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way

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My

396
We

love

Jesus,

Him, because He

Assigned

to

Hope Publishing

Co.

All

rights

Love Thee
first

John 4:19
Adoniram J. Gordon, 1836-1895

loved us. I

William R. Featherstone, 1846-1873

S=^!ii

360

1.

My

2.

3.

4.

In

Je

love
will love

Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Thee all the


cause Thou hast first lov - ed me, And pur-chased my

love

Thee be
Thee in

life,

sus,

man -sions

of

glo

will love

ry

and end

A H

Thee
-

less

W-

in death, And praise Thee as


ev - er
alight, I'll

de-

RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

My

sin

fol

lies

par
long

don

on

as

Thou

Cal
lend

in

heav

dore Thee

Jesus,

Love Thee

re - sign;
ry's tree;

My

gra

cious

Re

love

Thee

for

say

when

va

est

me

breath;

And

en

so

bright;

I'll

^V*

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my

er,

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death -dew lies


glit - ter-ing

the
sing with the

J-J-

deem
wear

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Sav

iour art

thorns on
on
cold

Thou,

crown on

my
my

-I

ev
ev
ev
ev

If
If
If
If

Thy brow;
brow,
brow,

er
er
er
er

Wz

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loved
loved
loved
loved

my
my
my
my

Thee,
Thee,
Thee,
Thee,

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Je
Je
Je

sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,

Life,

and Let

'tis
'tis

'tis

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'tis

now.
now.
now.
now.

he*

397

Be

It

Who

then is willing to consecrate his service this day unto the Lord? I Chron. 29:5
Frances R. Havergal, 1836-1879
William B. Bradbury, 1816-1868
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2.
3.
4.

5.

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Take my
Take my
Take my
Take my
Take my

life,

feet,
sil

will

love;

and
and

let
let

be
them be

ver
and
and make

my

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Lord,

it

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Con

crat -ed, Lord, to Thee:


Swift and beau- ti - ful for Thee;
Not a mite would I with -hold;
se

my

gold;

it

Thine,

It

shall

be

no

lon-ger mine;

pour

At

Thy

feet

its

treas-ure -store;

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to

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my hands, and let them move At the im pulse of Thy


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my voice, and let me sing Al ways, on ly
for
my
my mo - ments and my days, Let them flow in cease less
my heart, it
is
Thine own, It
shall be Thy
roy
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my -self and I will be
Ev
er,
on ly,
for
-

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my

love.

King,

praise,

throne.

Thee.

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CHRISTIAN LIFE

398

Consecration
my whole

/ will keep Thy precepts with


Mildred E. Howard, 20th Century

heart. Psalm 119:69

Andrew

L. Byers,

1869-1952

*ft

S
iii^^i^^^ii^ipiii
gave His life for me Should I
not give Him mine?
where my Lord di-rects, His
pur - pose I'll
ful
fill;
sus I
will
Tho' He may call
a cross the sea, With Je
go,
is
dear er
still;
My home and friends are dear to me, Yet He
My all, O Lord, to Thee I'll give, Ac cept it as Thine own:
Since Je - sus
care not

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my

For Thee

the
af a -

era

ted, Lord,
'ry one

to Thee,
ev pro-tects
lost
of love
so free,
fee - tions first He'll be,
lone
I'll
ev - er live,
-

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be whol - ly Thine.
Who does His ho - ly will.
Till
all
His pow'r may know.
And first His righteous will:
My heart shall be Thy throne.
shall

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Lord,

life,

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serve Thee, Lord, Thine own to

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f aint-est call.

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RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

A
He
Johnson Oatman,

all,

left

1856-1926

Jr.,

399

Surrender

Full

rose up,

and followed Him. Luke 5:28


George C. Hugg, 1848-1907

have made, I've giv


2.
3.

4.

5.

My hands, my
My loss or
My mon - ey,
My life, my

feet,

my

gain,

my

la love,

&m

my

head,

heart, I've giv


hopes and fears, I've giv
bors, bur- dens,cares,I've giv
my fain - i - ly, I've giv

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400

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3.

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will

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be found faithful. 1 Cor. 4:2

1862-1929

2.

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man

required in stewards, that a

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Copyright, 1913. Renewal
364 Used by permission.

1941

by Nazarene Publishing House.

All

rights

reserved.

RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

Ready
am

ready not

be

to

to
bound

401

Do His Will
only, but also to die. Acts 21:13

Ascribed to A. C. Palmer

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402

Is

Your

on the Altar?

All

As the servants of Christ, doing the


Elisha A. Hoffman, 1839-1929

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3.
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RESIGNATION AND CONSECRATION

All for
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left

and have followed Thee. Mark 10:28


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all,

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