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GOSPEL HYMNSNos.1

TO 6

Ira D. sankeyJames

McGranahan

and Geo.

c.

Stebb.ins

(EXCELSIOR EDITION;

PUBLISHED BV

THE John Church

Co,

NEW YORK CINCINNATI CHICAGQ

The Biglow & Main CO CHICAGQ NEW YORK

Copyright. 1895. by The: Btglow & Main Co and The John Church Co.

All Rights Reserved.

PREFACE.GOSPElv HYMNSD.Nos.i

and

2,

by

P. P.

Buss and Ira now

Sankey

;

Nos.

3, 4, 5,

and

6, b}^

Ira D. Sankey,are

James McGranahan, and Geo.compiled in this volume under the

C.title

Stebbins,of

Gospel Hymns Nos.

1

to

6.

All duplicate pieces have been omitted and the

Hymns

re-numbered

in

consecutive order from

1

to

739.

In addition to the large

number

of Gospel

Hymns and

Sacred Songs in this collection there will also be found over125 of the most useful and popular

Standard Hymns and

Tunes of the Church.

NOTE.//righ'7/'u'.^

01

fiertntsstoH lo

is a diirct violation of the Copyright Latv to reprint or piiNish coi>v tiiusic. /or any piii posr w/iatn'rr, without first having si'cmrd urttten do so /tnni t/>c oumeis of copyright.

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ri(BusuE?.?i

GospelNOS.1

HymnsCOMPLETE.Ifeat 0tt

TO

6

No.l.Rev.

%ll" Come

f 0pk

nxi^.

before his presence with singing."

PsA. loO

:

2.

Wm. Kethe.

(Old Hundred,

l. m.)

L. Bourgeois.

tSEE^E1.

All

peo-ple

2. Know that the en ter 3.0

on eartn do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful rolce; God in -deed; With- out our aid He did us malie: Lord is then His gates with praise, Approach with joy Hi3 courts un- tothat

iliS^iiilpppSiilgiililslsIiiiHimserve with mirth. His praise forthtell.

Wc

are

His

flock,

H?

doth

uaal-

feed.

Come ye be And for HisForit

-fore Ilim and

re

-

joice.

sheep IIo doth uss(>erii -

take.do.

Praise, laud,-*=-

and bless His namel-*-

ways.

is

ly

so

to

mmmm^4=-

Ki

^ -m^i^=mdKraic.

4 For

why?

the Lord ouris

God

is

good,

His mercyHis

for ever sure;

May be sung be/ore and after meat.JMOt OaBLESSING INVOKED. Be present at our table. Lord, Be liero and every where adored;These merciesbless,

trutli at all

times firmly stood,

And

shall

from age to age endure.

No.

2.

ffloiologp.

I.

^.flow; ;

and grant thatwith Thee.

May

W6

feast in Puniilise

Praise God, from Praise

wliom

all blessings

Him,

all

creatures here below

JMOi ^. THANKS RETURNED.

Praise

Him

above, ye heavenly boat;

WeKen.

Praise Father, Son,

and Holy Ghost.T/u>s.

thank Thee, Lonl, for this ourCjod, life, and health, and every good: manua to our souW ' gwftu, The Ersad cf Life afeiwu from ForLet

Ko,d.p. p. Buss.

f dltfojabr, Tis' '

gone!

:

'Should not perish, but have everlasting life."John ji

lis.

" ^ ' 6! the prom-ise God, full of sal - va- tton give to 2. Tho' the path- way he lone- ly, and dau-ger-ous too, 3. Ma - ny loved ouea have I yon lieav- en - ly throng. in see stand- ing close hy their King, I 4. Lit - tie chil- dren'

U

pps^^iUn

?. ?. Bmi.

^

^

1. 'Tis

-

to

him who onJe-6ussafeis

Sure-ly

They are

now

And He smiles as

in their

j, .

Je - sus, his Sou, will be- liev a - ble to car - ry me througl Hal glo- ry, and this is their song song of sal - va - tion they sin. ^i\ _J

-

le - lu - jah, 'tis

done!

I-m.'

be-Iieveon

tno

c

(-1-

-'^J

M.

-m-

m. 4L

l^sifip-^i^,2am

Son;

I

saved by

the blood of

the

cni -ci

-

tied

Oue;

cru-ci-fied Oue.

5 There are prophets and kings in tliat throng I behold, And they sing as they niaroli through the streets of pure gold;Hallelujah, 'tis done etc. 6 There's a part in that chorus for you and for me, And the theme of our praises forever will be Hallelujah, 'tis done etc.!

1

No.Fannyft

6,J.

Safje"Underneath Crosby

m-

^t

%x\\\% of Jtstts.Deut.I-

are the everlasting arms."

33

:

27.

W. H. DOANE.

iliifej^^^ii^ii^^ii^pp^.1

^=

1.2.

Safe Safe

in insus,

tlie tlie

anus of arms of

Je Je

sus, sus.

3.

Je

-

my

heart's dear ref - uge,

Je

Safe on His gen- tie breast. There by His love oerSafe from cor- rod- ing care, Safe from the world's temp-JT - sus has died for Firm on the Rock of me; -

j:-^1_,Cho. 5a/>in

_...^ _-._His genFine.

jpg^gjigljgg^iilEthe

_There by His love.

arms of Je

sus. Safe on

tie breast.

o'er1

h-

Once

for all,

oh,

ein-ner re

all.

Cross, the

bur- den will

fall,

Christhath re- deemed

once

for

all.

"Su

i

p;rfe^;^

^^^^^=^"^ 1^^^^^

;

No.Annie

14.L.

Work,

for

Walke

% Hxg^t

is

amnQ,Dr.

LowBLL Mason.

iilif^sll^^j1.

ggj^^^lil^iWork while the dew is sinirkling,D.S.

Work,

for the night is coni-iug,Wuik thro' the moruing hours;

:^5^'

pilii^^PlililliiPigig r UWork,/org>-g^ .

the night..

com -ins.,

Fine.

^_i

,

DS

.

Work 'mid si>iiugiiigflow'rs;

II

I

W^Jrk, when thedaygrowsbrighter, Work iu theglow-ing sim;

^.-^-g-g ^-^^-^-.--r^-^ei-r -r

^^

|-^tdone.for the night is

tu.,

When ma>Cs luork ist Work,

-g--l-g--g -r--r-g--g-r-g-

j__^_^

I

pztj.

,

-rg^

fc

t^

r

|.j^

coming.

3 Work, for the

niglit is

coming.

Work throughFill brightest

the suuuy noon;

hours with labor,

Kest comes sure and soon, Give every flyiug minute. Something to keep in store"

Under the sunset skies; While their bright tints are glowing. Work, for daylinlit Iliis,

Work

till tlie

last l..aiii ladeth,

Work,

for the niglitis Two arms outstretched to save,like a watchman set to guard the v:i

Content to

Tlian the sunshine of His face: let tho world goby,

To know no gain nor loss,5'iy sinful self, glory all

my only

f

From

that eternal grave.

My

the Cross.

No. 33AndAllegretto

re

H^trr Soitig.Rev. 14:

they sung as

it

were a new song befor the throne." ng before

3.

Rev. A. T, PiERSON

P. P. Bliss.

ipPPii^^S^i^l^#l3li^1.-,-;

With

Iia,ps

and

with

vi

- ols,

there stands a great throng

lu

b^ilig^^^ii^iiiiiiii^i I

r*

*

P't

ra

m,

* r-^

[- a~^m,-m

tbepre-seuce of (P r-, e ffl

Chorus.

Je

-

sus,

and sing

this

new

song:

Un

-

to

Him who

hath loved

us

and

iHM^iiiieiiiiiwashed us

from

sin.

Un

-

to

Him

be

the

glo

-

ry

for

-

ev -

er.

2 All these once were sinners, defiled in His sight, Now arrayed in pure garments iu praise they unite. Cho. 3 He maketh the rebel a priest and a king, He hath bouglit us and taught us this new song to sing. Cho 4 How helpless and Iiopeless we sinners had been. If He never had loved us till cleansed from our sin. CA.

6 Aloud in His praises our voices shall ring, 80 that others belieying, this new song shall sing.

Oto.

21

No. 34.Rev,

ofto

^

#1^,

Smg

ib

"Mighty Frank Bottome, D.D.

save." Isaiah 63:

BWUi.

fo&^\Vm. B. Bradbury.

1. Oh, 2. (ih,

Miss Missbhr-s

3.

Oh,

4.0

Jo

-

of tho of tlio of tlio BUS the

pii li- fipil, jiu

bliss

of

the fico,is miiio,

1

iiluiige in

tlie

ciiin-son-tide

-li-ficd,

Je-BnsMissofwill

ini . li- fiiMl!

thopiiiu!I

cm.

Ko loug . cr in dread con-dcm Ko wound bath the soul that His

ci-fied! Thee

sing.

My

bless

-

ed

Ke-deem - er, my

o

..

pen'dtiou

for1

me:piue;

O'er

sin

ua

In

coneor

-

and nn-clean-ness scions sal - va - tionfilled

ex - ultI

-

ingof ly

Ifind

stand.rest,

eiug

His grace.

Mood can- not cure; God and my King;

No

Who 1No Ando".^^

And 5

row-bowed head but may sweet

My

soul,

with rap -ture, shall shout o'er the grave,

_J_L.:3n_|1

cz,

f-,

,-Ch,

^1!vf

^=5HEE^ointIt

to

tlieprint

of

the

nails

in

ITig

hand,face.

-

arsi

-

tho light of His may dry them on Je-sus' uiniih in death iu the"Might-y torth b.

up- on

me

^i

breast,

0'''

mi^mM^mMmm^mM^i=] -I

V

f Save." '

'"S

of

*

xit 1 Ilismight-ylove,1

T'l

t,~f

Sing

of

His might- y

love,

Sing

of

llismight-y

love.

Might- y

to

kivo.

No. 35."Pr. Philip Podpridgb.I^y

grace arc ye saved."

Eph.

2

:

8.

Ira

F).

Sankfv.

'^mmmw^^1.

j=r

'tis a, diarmiiig sound, liar - iihi-nious to tlio ear; Heaven with the ech - o fiiKt contrived 1.II tho gte|)sthat save a way To re - bell-ioiis man ; And race taught my rov- ing fei't new supplies each To tread the heavenly road; And hiys in heaven the 4. Grace all tho work shall crown, Thro' ev - er - last- ing days; It

Gracel

2. (i race

.'{.

Ppi^^^^^

QSi^e

QSSonlttous dSfft.

re-sound, And all grace dis- play. Which drewshall

hourtop-

the earth shall the wondrous on to meet, While press- iug I well moststoue, And de- Serves our

hear,plan,

God.praise.

Savea

by grace a

-

lone^

This

is

all

my

.0.

plea; J0L .(Z.

Je

-

BUS died for all niaukiud,

Aud Jo

-

sua died fu

No. 36."Whereby are given unto Nathaniel Niles,

^xnmyx% ^XQ\xav>uus exceeding great and precious promises.'-2

Pet,

1

:

4.

P. P. Bliss.

1.'.i.

Pre

-

cious

prom,

ise

a.4.

When temp- ta- tiong When tliy se - cret When tlio shades of

God hath giv - en al- most win thee. hopes have pir- ished,life

To

Andlu

are

full -

iug,

Aud

pass- er by, the wea- ry watch -ers fly, tliy trust - ed the grave of years guue by, die. the hour has come to

PP^^Onthe way from Let this proMi - i.se Let this jiruiu - ise Heartily trust- yearth to heav ring with - instillI'i -

-

en, thee,

belot

cher - islunl, call- ing,

"I "I "I "I

will will will will

guide thee guide tliee guide thee guide thee

with with with with

mine mine mine miue

eye." eye." eye." eye."

1Iwill guide thei

1

I

will guide thee,

I

will guide

thee

with miue eye

On ^the way from

earth to heav

-

en,

I

will guide thee

wlOi^

mine eye

'

t

t"

'

1

-"^l

1

W h

I

1

!-'

No.37.

.

r

Wihtn Mtsm Comts." Unto them that lookfor

him

shall

he appear the second time,

without sin, unto salvation."P. P. Bliss.

Hes. 9:

28.

P. P.

1.ii._

Duwn life's dark vule weOh,Alllet

my lamp

be

wan-der, burn-ing

Till

When Jo -busWhen Je -sus

Je-sus conies comes

M'l!

watch and wait and won-der,llini

FurAll All

my

suul be yearning,

3.4.

No more heiirt^ijangs nor sad-ness, When Je-sus comesdoubts and fears will van-ish,

comes

peace and jiiy and glad-ness. gloom His face will ban- isU,

1Till

-TI

JeJe Je

-

sus sus sus

When When When

Je-sus-

comes. comes. comes, r comes.*

^,1

j^^"

'

His loved ones bringing, >

When

Je

-

sus

comes;

>

All praise thro' lieav-eu ring-ing,

When

Je-sus comes.

All

beau-ty bright and ver-nal, 3

When

Jo -sus

comes;

All

glo

-

ry,

grand, o - ter- nal,

When

Je

-

sus comes

5 He'llfle'Il

knowknow

When

When

the way was dreary, Jesus comes; the feet grew weary, Jesus couics. CAo.

6 He'll

know what griefs

oppressed me,

When Jesus comes;Oh,

huw His arms

will rest

When Jesus

comes.

CA*.

me!

No. 38.'

WB^iik as Sitoto.let us reason together, saith the Lord! though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow." IsA. i : 18.

Come now, andarr.

H. BoNAR,

by L. N.

iutt^1. 2.

3.

Jo -kuh?" Cod's well-bo - lov - ed Son on No Yes, truth moat nre-riouH, To l!-lieve, 'tis a flod nil who do What?"brlngonrguiltto Je-sus?"To wa^h a - way ourstains; Tho

WhutI'May

my

sins

I

I

'tis

laidac'j

a truth most our sins onja

pn.sKodthat

^^^Pl^^i

!

;

QSbtte as Zmlio.Chorus.

pre -cious, That God e'en i/iai has done. ~j Je - BUS, 'Wlio did the load re - ceive. >Hal-lefreed us,

-

lu

And nought to do

makesmo "white as snow."

Ilal-lo

-

lu

-

jah, Je-sus saves me,

He makes mo "white as sni

No. 39.Mrs. A. R. Cousin.-4^1

Sitbstitxtfbit." He was woundedfor

our transgressions."

Isaiah 53

Ira D, Sankbt.^-r-n

IW-J-

I

I

1.03. 4.

Christ,

what bur-densbowed Thy head! Our load wasthe curse werelifto.l

2. Ileath

and

Je

-

ho- vahIff:'

The

tem-pest'saw

ful

O voice was heard O_

our cup up His rodin

O

1:

Thre;f,

ThouBut Thou

Christ, 'twas full Christ, it fll Christ, it broke

Tlioe;

on

Thee! Thee!

Thy

:r

:(?:--

-

J

the stood - est in Tliou ha.stdrainedthe Wiist Bore strick - en

ners darkTIij-

stead.

Didst bear'Tis

drop^

emp

all - ty

ill

now

for for

nie.

AThat

o

-

pea

bo

-

Bom

niy

God; There'snot one stroke for ward, It braved the storm for

me. me. me.

Thy Thy

Vicbit

-

timter

led,

cup

love

Thy

blood

wasit

shed;

drank

up;

Kow NowNow

there's no bless - inijs'briiis - iiiR

loadlieal -

for

diaugbt forethfor

tears,

Thywas

foi-m

it blood, be - neath scarred. Thy vis - age

flowed; Tliy

marred;

clund-b'ss

peace

mc. mo, me, me.

5 Jehovah bade His sword

awake

6

O Christ, it woke 'gainst Thee Thy blood the flaming blade must slaki Thy heart its sheath must be All for my sake, my peace to make^low sJee^ tht sword for

For me. Lord Jesus, Tliou hast died or And I have did in Thee;Thou'rtris.

are

all

untied,tried.

And nowVhen?5>

Tl

purifiorn-ing star ia

:?^^^->

%^mmm^m^^i^mp.inis

light

and-

sun -shine-

infor

heart

yearn sop I

jugyearn-inga bora-

no

moreshall

tion

in

when

yon

der

in

the the the the

com

pres-ence - ing pres-ence pres-ence

of of of of

the the the the

King, King, King. King.

5 Oh,

when

shall I be

yonder?

C

Oh

To

The longing groweth stronger join in all the praises the redeemed ones do sing Within those heavenly places. Where the angols vail their fuc(, In awe and adoration in tlvo presanco of

And

I shall Boon be yonder, lonely as I wander,for

Ycai'iiing

the welcome

Bunimer

longing

f(,rthe bird's fleet wing.

The midnight may be dreary. And fho heart be worn and weary, Uut there's uo more shadow yonder,^ In

tb

^

Je-sus__

Je-sus do-eth all things well. Lo! aspriiigofjoy I see. led me all the way.

-^

:

'^ -^

-m- -(^

-^

_-*-3?^---fi>-

No. 43.','

(60They

umflee

tbir

S0rr0toshnll

shall obtaiij joy

and gladness, and sorrow and sighing away." Isaiah 35: 10.

Mary

A. Bachelor.

P. P. Bliss,

1.

2.3.

Go Go

burtell

thyto

sor

-

The

world

hath-

its

share;grief;

Je-

-

HeWith

knowheav

ethi

thy-

Hearts grow

a

wea

-

er

woe

Go Go

bur-ytillit

it

deep

-

ly,

Go

hide!

it

with care,-

to

.Je - siis.

Nowdroiip'niidlho darkness

Go

He'll send thee re

lief,

Go Go

think of gath-er

it

calm-

-

ly,

^

com - fort them, go

Go

bur- y

the sun thy Bi>r

shinerows,

^ g

igr^.j-^^piiV/hon cur-tuin'd by sheds on the HoLetotli -

night.

wayblest

ers

be

Jo - sus, And He'll lighten thy bur- den, Go. Go givethemtlic sun-shine; Tell

Go

((II

it

to

be right. wea-ry one, pniy. Je-sus the rest.nil will

No.^.**

g.

Smut

ifsvpim.y : 4$.AfT..^

H said onto her, tby sfns uc forgiven."'-LOKB

jKltB!AH J. CALLAJtAN,

by

I.

Pk_-4

Nr-J

P.

And":;

to

uiy

foml,

I

lio,"

Oug_

Word I'm

ifst.

"Can that inimi l! tldiio?" And ? ingua . Bur.atico di - vine- I'm 5'

-J g^,\f

.

WChohts.

^^Pl"^

^

^*^wbh'd.liiiwtlieiiI..1

-pill

I wish 'd.lliKt their Piivi..ur wii-o udno. .). . iis Viul ndiio. li.i|i. ins thatl,.iig.

I I1

wUirnIkiikhI

I(o

woall thjtrxin thine heart : turn the.;; behold, few. by And Jonaihar. climed up upfin his han !s a.iil upon his I a>n with thee accordinR to ihine heart. ami Ins ariiiour-lK;arer feet, and his armour-bearer :i(\.-~r him: and they fell before Jonathan ilew after him. So the Lord saved Israel that liay ; and the battle passed over unto Lieih-aven." 1 Sam. 14: 1,6,7,13,23.

Now

it

came

;

P. P. Dliss. X

P. I\

r.Liss.

1.

On-

ly anarmour-l>oaror, pmiKlly I (.land,

WaitinR to follow

nt th> Kinf;'ncoinniiiu>l;

2. (Ill- ly nil urniour-lieartT, a.

now in tho fu'ld, (iuardiiig a iiliinhn;lii-lnut,Kworil,andHliiiM, Ou-ly auaruiour-bearer.yit may I sliaiv, Clu- ry Immortal, and a hi iglit crow u wear:

^^^gj^^^n^sg^i^Marrhiii(;if "ouwarackwunl

tlio

of

daciv glo

.-

tii)u111,

Clirint, tlio \i 'Tin ClirUt, the

('>r

nir-.St.>ue.iiu:v;i . ry.

liv -

wav. Vj

)

No

ot

IV,

Tlie CrosM

.of

Cal

-

oth-orway

U

known, 'TU

J^-

.ii-

riirist,thrved for me? Lear? heark- en calls, to His foul ro - volt do plore,Jg!_^tl*-f.

Me,(irieved

the

chief

Him bybe

of a

sin

-

m-in, spare?falls.

thou- andsin

Weep,

- lieve, aijangcr what- (to- e'lT cu - tioii, Nev- er ^ivo tlir l.at - tlo o'l-r. On- want! up- wardi till vlc-

w

m- -^

jm-

-im- '

-^ -^ .

^

^

b

.

Ei^^^^>^3iEitiT-

iial, (iiHl

Iiim-Btdf

la losand win tht-crown. no one take thy crown." Tlion canst almost hear tlieiiislioutint;: - On! Irt ne take thy cr.. 11."receive tiiycrovv'n.

^m^^No.61.

And til V

lev.

iiij;

Savi.iurhidstheo At

Ilia

haml

ri' ituwii.

M^xt

fobr

tomy

^\n,love."

^

Christ.9.

Continue ye in

^JoHN 15:

Elizabeth Prentiss

W. h.DoANB.

1.

2.:{.

More love to Thee.O Christ! More love to Thee; HearTliou the pray'r I make On bended knee; Once earthly joy I craved, Sought i>eaj:e and rest; NowTlieealone I seek, (jive what is liest: sorrow do its work. Send K'ief or pain; Sweet are Thy messengers. Sweet their relVain, Let

4.

Then shall my

latest

breath.Whisper Thy iiiaL;c,This

be the parting cry

:My Iieart shall raise;

-

IffioTt

lobe

to fKUt,

'%xUst.

rThisisiiivt

Tliisallnivi'i

ill Ik-,

Wheiitl.cy.aMsiTliis still its pi

ine,ill1

pica, M.)ie lovp, More love, Jlore love, >e: Jlore love,

Christ, to Thee, Christ, to Thee,

More love to Thee! More love t.. Thee! More love to Thee! More love to Thee!

1

O Christ, to Thee, More love to Thee! More love to Tliee! O Christ, to Thee, More love to Thee More love to TheeI

No. 62.Mrs.

m^olh ^^m,S.

Annie

" The God of peace Hawks.

sanctify

you wholly."Thbs. 5:

23.

Rev. Robert Lowry.

1.J.

3. \Vli..l -

4.5.

Thiue, most gra - cioiis ^\ liol - ly Thine, my ly Thiue, O Uli,.l - ly Thine, O Til ini^, Lord, whol- ly

Lord, Lord, Lord, Lord, Thine,

O make me whol - ly Thiue Thine Thiue To go when Thou dost call;ev - 'ry pasa - iug hour; To fash-ion an Thou wilt, For ev - er one with Thee

In

Thiue in

in thought, in to yield my si - leuce,

Strengthen, Mess, and Root - ed, grouud-ed

word, and deed. For Thou, O Ch list, art mine. "X / ver - y wlf In all things, great and uniall. Thiuo to Bpiak, As Th.iu (lost grant the power. > keep the Soul Whieh Thou hiistsaved from guilt. \ Thy love, A - bid - iug, Bure, and free. iu /

Whol - ly Thi ue, whol

-

ly

Tl

1

Thou hast bought me, I am Thine;

Blessed Saviour, Thou art mine;

Make me wholly

Thiue.

^paNo. 63.J

JfulIiTFullyI trust

(Thrusting.word." Ps.115

C. Moitr.AN,

in thy

Gbo. C. Sthbbins.

1.V!. :i.

All luydoulits All 111 v sin All niv teiira

I I I

give to Jow. . y t> f.r - givo. ivnTlio mo-m.-nUlly . po.o. ,igive

n(

v)n

.

ly

a

step,

On-ly

n si.p;

t

lav. lour, I

my.fcdf

a-

way.

-'

f

nls

a Stty to Jtffus.

^wm^m^^^^No. 67" And thereshall be

no night there."

Rbv. 22

:

5.

Annir R. CrmsiN,Earnfstiy.

C.

M. WVMAN.

1. 2.

Tlio

Haiiils

of tinic. tlt'il

ari' r^iiik-iii};,

The dawD1i1

3 Park

is

Onward

Nowj

ut the lielm 1 see anchor Soon will

the nifiht, but lo! the day i> iT.-aUing, my bark, unfurl tliy every siil; my Father htanding, drop within the vail. my

0.

69.'

'mxPutnn

%- y,.

Call.God."Eph. 6:11.

the wliole armour of

W.

F. S

Martk movement.

^^^^^m^^=^-.nonot,ol

1.

2..3.

Lo! TniHt

thein

day

Godis

is

break-ing: SeeCa|>- tain: Tjet

the gleam -ing fromli>'rt

ft

-

fii

Him whchoef" with

yourn -'ilng

-gionii,.

|,r(l

Is till

With

\mu

al .

Nc'orshall

hall

swwl, il.^..n

Hail fh Bright Ing, In His name ways, Till MAi wear 'M'hriiil o'er all them,

and

weHim the

Mi>rii shall

-

Ing

.Star.

pre|..i's

vuil.

* !

vie-

rnmn.leicn!"

wolM

d.itl,

fttax

-

i\it

CalL

Ilciir

tlio

call!

O

Kiid

joiir ai-iiMur

Take

tho

lid

nu

f

ml

-

va

.

ti'n, Pn-sH-iiig

on

t>hat-tle

fur

the LorJ'

lfe^^-:::fe^No. 70."V'oui-

gl^=g^^;pii^iaiiT

|oiT

.Sorrofo.i

sorrow shall be turned

-John

i6

:

20.

Mrs. Janb Ckrwdson.

Ira D. Sakkkt.

1. 2..'i.

I'vofcinnd a J:>V IvefiMK.tl a pl.iil

An

4.

My

in 8r-rw, A se- crcthalmftir jinin, ho - Kin - 11a For iv - 'ry wiK-aiid wail; K- Him with its er-rowal -

K.^k ofH..lt

bless -lu-,

Tho

eiiii -uliiiie

and tho

insulin;

The

of proui-we

onthe

A.

-

lug Near gc WheoI've

tri . ti..n

for

ftar

- lul,

Tho

^^mi^^^^^m^m^m^wl

ev . pry des- (it teen a

hit- ter Bpri.if;, wells are diy;

A AndA The

whis-peredprom-ise af - ter wea - ryglo rain-

steal

-

ing O'erges, I've

6ta

-

ev - ery tro- kc found an K - li...

niiu-bowfor the

liKlil;

ry

^J

E

- liui

faint:

-bow

an.l for

fru - i- tion.So near! the tear - ful, The glo

yet-

outfor

ry

of the

string,niL'ti.

A

tiL'ht.

And A

wliis- pered pr.iui-ise af . t.T w.'a- ry glo . r>' and fru

-

i

saint!

The ruin - bo w for the Jg--^,g-_^jg--^-g-^--g:-f-

steal- ing, O'er ev -ery bro - ken string. Kta - ges, I've fouii.l an E - liui nigh. tion, So near! yet out of sight, tear - ful, The glo - ry for the saintl;

- tm

1*

.

-p-'^-i-

No.Rev.

;

71."

^e ptabtnluA better country, thatis

frtn^.i6.

an

t^cavenly.'

I.i;\vi3

Haktsough.

C. r.RAnnimT.

I

l.vc

Where many a

totliiiik..f tlieli.av.iiblaiidWi.iTowliito-rulKMlariL'LLi IViuuil gatliereJ safe iroiu fear and toil aii.l care is

il Theru'llbe

no

^ISll^^l^.

IIN.

I.

^

"^.

.

w ^

l)art-iiig,Tlir're'lll)0

no

part- ing.ThereMlbe

no part-ing,Tliere'llbe no jKirt-in^

tluTe.

m^r^I

2

I \ve to tliink nf tlie lienvcnly laml,

4

I love to think of the

heavenly

lan.l.

Where my lleileemer reigns, Where rajitiiroiis Songs of trinmpliIn enillessjoyiins KlrainH.

rise.

Si/.

The greetings there Wt-U in. it. The harii till- songs forever ours The walks the goliKu slreeLs. A'^5 Il.ivo to think of the hiavenly laud. That promised land so fair, Oh, how my raptiireil spirit longa, To ho forever there. Jif^.

8 I L.voto Ihink of the heavenly lan.l, The Hjiinta eternal home. Where i>;ilnis,anilrolies,anii crowns ne'erfaile, And all our joys are one. /Ce/.

No. 72..l/,i,/,-r,/,

Cull

Umnipcl

hi.them to come in."Li'kr 14 : 23. Ira 1). Sanki

Co out into the highways and hedges, and Anna SHinoN.

1.

2.'.i.

4.

"Call them in " Iho "Cafl Ihem in" Hie "Call llieiii in" Hie "Call tln^m in" theI*-

'

piHir,tho v retched, .lew.tlm foil- tile, nieie pii>-fi'ss- o4, bro-keii.heart-ed,-ff-

fold; IVaeennd Sin-staino'o

That

all may cleansed worJBslmll necd-ed eiicU may bo a

myI

O-m-

ISa-viour,let

mo^^

-^

\

-m-

-^

^

!

-0-' -m- -m-

bobe,

Tn

Tliyonoo olilt

-

pcned Fouutho-

Tlioukriowe>t

all

v.ing be

To

moncar-er

well; hfavon,lone,

Thine ev-er, Thine a

bring them Sav - lonr, bring the Bur. mw bring theni,Sav - iour, BIy heart, my life, myIII

alllui-

Moderate.

|

^m^mw^^^^^List-'niii^ to I'our- ing i)er.Ilis

1.

2.

At At

the feettlie feet

wnnlrare.)unir,

:

fumein;;

At

the feet

In that morn-

Learn-iiig wis. dom'a Ma - ry did her Ijov - ing hearts re-

^^IfP^^J^

;;

No. 76." WTiatis

% f ittle

mhih..

this that he saith a little while.'" John i6

17.

REWDSON.

Ira D. Sankbt.

^^^^^^^

s

s

N

iMrtliepeacetliatfldweihas a riv - er, Makiuglife'gdesertplacesbloomandt.niile; lit- tie while "for patieutvig-il-keeping, To face theetormand wrestle with the stiiing; lit- tie while " the eartheu pitcher takinp.TowayBiaebrooke.from farofffountains fi d; little while" to keep thooil from failing,"A little while" faith's flickering lamp to trim:

I

^\0*

Oh, for the faith to f,'ni.or(i,

thou kiiowcil;

rciiieiiil>cr." Jrr. 15: 15.

I.J.

A

-

liis!

anilfiir

diil

mythatill

Wiis

it

criiUL-8

Sav-iour Mood? hud dimo Idark- iic^ hidu,

And (li'l my Ho pnmiied upAjid ^l^lthis

S.voreiKu-

die?troe?in,

onghi-

tlio

mm^^^^^^^^'^Clio.

Will might

llio

Buu

rios

//e//

tm, dear 6at>

-

tour,

TJiee

to

lytvn.

And

cv

er

faith-ful

bt;

--Nj{^J*'^-J*VfiiMIIo do A - in.iZ-liigvntojiit

N

\

4r-4ftmhlovo iimn,

tlirit

-

j!

m^And

Vhiii( hrlm.llio

iiii:;ht -

y

For 8a - cn-d ho:id pia.o uii-knowii lAnd Milk - or died For

a worm Ixi-jondtlio

oa

I?-

dn'h

pioe.Hiii.

croa-tiin

'.I'hcn

Thou

til

tfst

ono,

Thy throne,

O

Lord,

nuHt

-

itrrc'iMiy

tne.

4 Thus iiiJKht I liido my IdiiMhius fii' \VhiUt IHh ilciir cmiw iii>i>o:iis,

Hut

dri>iw of priof

run no'or

Tliodol.t of I..V0II. 'ii',

lowo;

hriirt in tlmiiUrnlMcss, DIsivilvK Aud luflt luiuo cyoa to tiai>. C'/xc.

my

Lord, I pivii uiysoir invuy; 'Tiaull that 1 cuu do. tVw.

No. 80.IIlnkv UruTON.

" Looking unto Jesus."

Hkb.

u:

2.

P. r. Bliss,

1. 2. 4.6.

3. Loi.k

Look a-wav Look n- way H-\avL.>ok

to to toti)

.To .I0

-

bus.

Soul.Sd-

1>y

>'>0

optlio

-

prowe'd;fl(;ht;

'Twhm forWlu-ii lh("alia

eusKiiH,

dj.rtlio

innliiotnil

thro IIo hut . tinlinvn tlioir

u-waV-

Jo Jo

AVIiiii llio

areiind-

fair;lioat;foiiat,

was

-

MISsic

'Mid

Whou, a

mid tho

nm

Of

the

cud

lew

SM.n will SuiiitHwjll

cmo

tlio

aiug Hip

si'f -

for'd,

thick- eim dan - pore;lost iiig

r >uie to nim Krop thine nun

nn.l-

rost.

All

thy

orlie

brisht;

Though tlyKartli - ly

grirfs fm-s

lIo

car

-

r'iod,

!are

mafle( t

-

iiy,

Mar

-

in

-

or,

ware!foot; least;

,iiai8-08.

the Mas -tor's At Im Thine shall D..t

For Then,

tlio

joy8 guests-

ing,

u

mid

Cio tho

l>id

den,ries

glo

wms^^All thy sMis Ho bore; Lo..k TlioMliystron);thtK;siiiali, Look Go- ing iw tlicy oamo. Look Aud the feast is b]i road; Look Lo..k sea, tho crvs-tal Of

a-w.iy

way a- waya-

a-vaya- way

to to to toto

Jo -bus;

Trust Illm

ev

-

er

-

moranil.

Jo Je Jo Je

- siis;

HoKvIn-

shall Con-qiior

- fiis; - mis;- bus;

er

-

more tho-

Banie..

His foot-BU-i>s tread.oter iii

Through

ty.

No.

81.

t^onr,

%

gribf groom Conuib.6.

" At midnight there was a cry made, behold the Bridegroom comcth." Matt. 95G. F. R.

Geo. F. Root.

1.

Our

laniijs

are triuim'daDd burn-ing,

2.3.

Go

forth,

go forththe

to-

meet Him,

We

Bee

mar

riage splen-dor

Our robes are white and clean. The way is o - pen now, With - in the o - i)en door;

We'veAll

We

tar-ricdfor

the Bridegwom, Oh,

mayblest

wofor-

enev

- ter

in?

Wo know we've notliingAcccptsee

rt

light-od with the

glo- ry

Tliat'sBtreamiug from His brow.

the

inis

-

vi-

5

know tliat those who cu- ter

Are

-

er

-

more.

We

He

more

wor-thy

Tliat

weyondall

can

call

our

own

TheBut

light, the

nil,-

the rolies

weonce

wear,

|f

ta-tionlovo-ly

Be

-

do.sorv-iiig

kind;

Make nostill

de

lay,

but take yonrlani|>!S^dtH>rliliut,

flian

the suim of

mea

we know the

l^^^ig

i^^^^n^i^^^theBrideKroomc-metht.\ndall

miy

en

-

tr

In,

WliiKielum|iarvii, II'-VII, II" rij-eu, U>jrill

Uis

Uh U He in

is

Liv- iiiK now, uumoreto die. i-ii, Jiiti -li. t)e^;T>-r>1. t

Him whoever

la--

U

^

tP^-J^S--

ihI

Extent IflibnrigHstand at the door and knock."

Matchs.Hbv.3;

" Behold Rev. A. C. CoxK, D.D.Piano e Murcato.

Geo. F. Root.' I

nt

It

>

3:^3^3*'1. 1.;!.

Bi-b'iit miilui-ht wat.hes, List thy b's-om's dAor ! J>iMtlicoraeHdwn witlirecklessC.Mitsteiis, T.) the hall and liut; Th.-n 'tis time to suiiid en- treat-iiig Christ to let tlieo in;

In

the

Ibiw

it

kn.K-keth.

Think y.ui -etli, Dnith hn-akRiaat

IJ.tKt

thMii,thcn,fi>r-

(;t7

long to

kiiijwthi>-,

Nuw lIckiiDWRthoouot

No. 94.

Mc

sbuUcorruption

.SIccjj,

but not ^onfa^r.

raiscj in incorruption."

i

CoR. 15: 42S. J,

Vail.

p^^^^^^i^ppii1.J.;i.

nt

priiiiil

ciiinit I>1'urd

tion ni^rn hoartx do^loir that gave.I

I

Kpim thwKoiiihI its

In

the

(lifl>.

osti-avoa of o - conn, From tho dos - crt and tho plain. lit- tloKravowo li.i - gi-r, Till tho si-t- tinj; sun is low, - er, uev-er comol hii-lit,o.tor- iial tit - y Death can

FromIn

tin- val

Fool- ingIiin

all

loy and tho our Iioim-h have

mv

own gi>dtinio Hull

S

k.

%.

t

P

Chorus.

cres.

moiiiilaiii, 'ntitlojtithpiii'^Khallr.ill

riwaKaiu.))

I"r-i>li.H| AV.Ihfli.llowVuoi li.ri^l.i.j so. Uj Kroniiiurri-j.|,tolliinio,nwcol Ilon-.f.

Wo

:|ialUl

No. 95.Rev. Sidney S. Brewer.

MakljmciiT,

Cdl gt^ IsA.-ji

" Watchman, what of the night."

mmm^^mmtliat

Arr.

by

Wm.

B.

Bradbury.tiNB,

ESS=--

-^

--

-27;

Watchman, tell Have the eigusSeathe

me, does the mark His-

morn-ing

com-

lug,

Uark! the

glo - rious liglit as voi - ces loud pro

cend-ingclaim- iug

-

Of fair 7a - on's glo - ry dawn ^ Yet up = o:i my juithway shone V Of the grand Sa - bat - ic year, \ TheMes-ui all's king-dom near;/.

^^li^^^JlD.C. D.C.

:=====*untoo,

Spurn the Sa icin,

-

be Ihf that bound tlire, ap- peart in grandeur.

Morning aaums, a

-

rise,-

a -rise!iil

Tow

ring 'neath her sun

skies I

a1

rise,

look roimd thee, Light

is

broak

-

ing

in

the

skies;rise;

see just

yon

- dcr,

Ca

-

naan's glo

-

rious heights

a

^^^grgnigrim

J!rv=ai:

-=F"is beaming upon thy way;

in that golden city,

4 rilgrim, see

I

the light

Seated in the jasper throne,Zion's King, arrayed in beauty,

BrighterSigns thro';

still

all

the earth arc gleaming.

Keigns in peace from zone to zone

OmensShall

of thelast

coming day,tose.i.

There, on verdant bills and mountains.

Wlion the

loud trumpet sounding.

Where the golden sunbeamsSparkle in th' eternal day.

play,

Turling streams, and crystal fountains.

All the saints of

awake from earth God now

sleeping,

Clad in immortality.

No. 96.Rev.I.

6ibc mc

fbc

Minciscity."

d

Jf iiitlj.13: 14.

" Here we have no continuing

Heb.

Watts.Solo.

Arr. by

Walter KiTTRrncB.

1. 2..3.

Give mo the wings of Onco they wore mourn- ers I asked them whence their

faith

to

rise.-

With -in

tlio

vail,

and

eoe

herovie-

ho

low.:

And

fry canin

Tlioy, with

ponr'd out cries and teal's; u - ni - ted breath,

1

The saints a - bovo, They wros-tled hard,

how

great their joys,

A

-

an scribotheir con- qu.'st

woto

dotlie

now.liiinili.

IIow bright tlieir glo - ries With sins, niiddoulits,nndTheirtri-

be.frars.

28

uniph

to

His

diath..

o

Chorus.

Ma-ny

are thn frinndswlinaro wait-iiig

l-

day,

Haiwpy

on

tho gold

-

on stnind,

g

Ma - ny

are

the

vol - cos

call-

ing us

a

-

way, To

Join thoir glo-

rioiia tiaiul.

^^^C'tll-

Repeal pp.

ing us

a

-

way,

full- iiig us

a

-

way,

Call- ing

to

tlio

btt

-

tor

laud.

^

\0

^

\^

r

t

No. 97." Thou

Cbc funbshall be called Kcul.ih, fortlic

of gtulab.Lord delightuthin

thee." IsA. 63

:

4.

Rev. JrFFRRSON irASCAI-L.

-J-^MyForlat-

^,My."My

cis

Wm.I

B.

nRARBURV.

.^-^-l-J-

o.ft

suntrl .

Is

Rink-inc

fast.pii:-t,

rurotri -

ny - al

realm

thy gates re- joi,-e! are bringing Their treasures to the .lour to laim Ilirt briile? the iiatiouH; Ilin name the Christ, the King of kings. the woni> of iioul be-fore Him, The LioiiT of life,i

A

-

rise

and shiue

in

youth im-nior-tul.

Thy

light

is

come, thy King ap-pears!

No. 104.

^t'

l^alUg of

glessritiDf*26.

The Mrs. AnNIB WlTTBNMVER.

valley of

Berachah." i Chr. 20;

^VM. G. Fncttnt.

12.:i.

4.

1 have entered There is peace in These is love in There'sasongiu

the the the the

val-ley val-ley val-ley val-ley

of of of of

blessing blessing blessing blessing

so so so so

sweet, sweet. sweet, sweet.

And And

Je - sus a-bidos with nie there; pleu-ty the laud doth ini- part,

Such as none but the blood-washd may feel, That au-gels would fain join the strain.

Audllisspiritandbloodmakemy clean8ingconiplete,AndHi8perfectlovecast-eth outAndthere'srestforthewearj'-worntrav-el-er'sfeet,

fear.

And

joy for the sor-row-ingheart.

5

When heaven comesdown redeemed spir-its toAs withnip-tur-ous prais-e3

greet,Aud Christ setsHis c

-

Jf-Bus bo dc Hiii andwautD areHiip

hpiiir,l..vr,-

Out

tlio

ra|)tiirough.iKht..f Hisall

Thulli

4.

Ilim

my

plit-d,

life ami Bul - va- tioii are in . u> the li);ht of His iuua - iircdessdcpths of love makem) Inuv-in Lu

free-

loveerace.-

HU

low,

^m^^wm^m ^^i^^^He haa brought Die and made meanhoir,

To

MyAnd

himjI

all-

free

ly

IIU His

full- ni-!

blixl is

would prove. And ap - plied, Uiii

king.domsanil mun-sions live in nix lov - ingbl

TTTt

*

1-

P-H^tata'

gg

a les8

Thi-etlio

fv

-

'ly

iim

-

Tby wonlsun-

of

pow

For when

Bliirieso'or

And wLen

a

mong

tho

mu

niont; Tliiuo al> - bf-nce brings dis - uiay; er Ar - rest the eurg - iug wave; nie And flow - eis 8tiew my way,

som'd

I

stand

with crown and

palm,

But when

No

voice

With-oiit To Theo,

Thy Di-

the tempt hut Thine wiMovino,

-

erit

and un

hurls liin dartis 'Twerediulh with 'Hirp a - way. nigo ain quell, No arm hut Thine can save. (fuid-ing hand More eas - i - ly I stray. - fail - ing Frieinl, I'll raino c r - iial jwafm.t".

I^fc#itljn bo

fo Malt?Markio: 49.

"Arise, he callcth thee."

Geo

F.

Root.

w1.

why do youaSpir-itliar-vesttar

'

-^There'i

Why

do

you

wait, dear 1>roth-er,ho|>e,

Oh,Ilia

2.

What do you

dear

brotliH-r,

To gain byThe

3. l)o4.

Why

you not do you

feel, ilear bruth-cr, wait, dear hroth-er,

nowis

hiy? striv-ing with- in?

- ry so fur-ther de

long? VourOh,

paj-.-ing

a

-

way.

Your

Wp^^^Sav-iour is no one to why not ac Sav-iour is-

u

^=^

wait-ing to give you 8118, save you but Je eept Ilia sal - va tion. loug-iug to bless you.

A place in His sane - ti - lied There's no otli-er way but HisAnd throwoff

throng way.-

thy bur -den

vai'.-iugread-

lo to to

re-deem

- >'U8

y now

for-give re-lieve to save

A A A A

sin-

ner

lost, like

nie?

"My sins

reb- el child, like wan-der-er, likeguilt-

me?

AVho would not in

so great, so Hi;

y

one, like

me me

Who chose the Father's Who brought Uim to the

ma -

iiy

seem

!

O

sin- ner,"

come and

see. see.".,

reb - el," come and fa . Yurlive? House to leave ? O wanderer," come and crossand grave? Come, guilty one, and

see." see."

I

The blood

that Je- sus shed of old.

Was

I

shed for ynu and nic

:

And

there

is

room with-in the

fold

O"como to Him and

see."

No. 132." He that Jamrs McGranahan.

0nliT, 0fnIiT.bclieveth on

me

hath everlasting

life."

John

6

:

47.

m1.02..'J.

James McGhanahan.

what

a

Sav-iourlhatiq - ui- ticH

HeonI

died

fir

metlaid.

FromAllTlio'

con- dem-na- tion

Ho hathuess

All

my In-

Him were

my

in- deht-

1-.!

.

by

H

g

4.

Tho' poor and need- y I Tho' all un-worth-y, yet

can trUHtwill

mynot

Lurd,dontit.

ei-f^

Tmailollevo

I?

u

H

f

5

>

>

m

T\

i^

^

For

weak and sin-Tnl I behim that com-cth, Ho will

I

1

Him wan

paid ; All whobellevo on Him, the Loril hath wild, "//.ir/ ov Rlad nie.nsage ev-'ry chil.l of C.mI, " //.M ev uot cat out, "llo that lHe y by mor-tal vis -ion. An gel bamls eus,"Je-BU8 on - ly," 'VN'ill my theme

Sha-rono'er

" ,falr.

me.

of

rap

ture

Xo. 142.'

Christ for St.The Lord U my nelpcr." Hbb.13;: 6.

R. G. H. Modtra to

bold.Tlieel None buTheeI niel ChristforiDiel mol Christ for mel

R. Gbo.

Halu.

1.

Whom have I,Lord,lnheav'u hut Tliee? None buten-vynot theTho' with the poor berich thfirjoy,('hrintfiir cant lot,Chri(ttfor

And tliis my 6iig thro'I

2.13.

cov-et not earth'sb>t,"-II

my

"Hekuoweth

J

_

shall be.ChriBt for met Christ for glitt'ringtoys.ChriBtfor melChristf irlife

met Ho hath for mel Karthcan no

me

last-

the vine-press trod, He hath re ing bliss be- stow, "FadinK"i8

mur-mur not, Christ for met Christ for mol Tho' " Vine and yig-trte" blight aisiil, The -jt .(S. J _. ^ .*-I

A

"Ja-bor

^

ok unto

IsA. 45

;

Jambt ATcGranahait.

Z)1.J.

*Wi.ulil

*-

*

*^

*

^

*

-,-

X* *^

*^

3.

4.T).

joulosujdurloadof sin? Fix your eyes upon. lesus; Would you know God's peace within? Wiiulil you calmly walk the wave ? Fi.x your eyes upon Jesus; Would you know His [jow'r to save? Would yoii hare your carei grow light? Fi.K your eyes uiH)n Jesus; Would you w^ugs have in the ni;^ht? Grieving, woulilyoucomfortknow? Fi.xyoureye3Uix)n Jesus; Uumlile be *'hen blessings flow? Would you strength io weaknesM have? Fix your eyes uiH>n Jesus;."

- ih.u wide the foy, for all Itn

KoM-onfomi-er

(ratew,

And

let

the vie. torsf..ld

In.

w.h>8

^"

"It

is

flD-ishedl

"

yee, in

deed.

death,- plete.

com

j

No. 160.'*

MMshall be

must

it

ht to

k

CbcrtrRev. *i ; 4. Geo. C. Stebbhis.

There

no more

deatTi, neither

sorrow, nor crying."

Mrs. Elizabeth Mills.

mm1. 8.4.5.

WeWe WeDo

2. >Ve speak

of the blest, of the land guM, of il3 path-ways of love, its peace and its speak of sin, its free-dom from speak of woe, Thou, Lord, midst pleasure or

speak

AIts

conn - try so bright and 80 wallsdeck'd with jew. els soen our

fair,

rare,

The robes which the glo ri - fied wear, From sor - row, temp-ta tion and car*,For heav-

6pi>

its

pre

-

pare.

rrdiz-J -.-r-

:^

AndIta

oft

are

its

glo

-

ries

con -

fest,

btit

won -ders and pleas-

The 8ong8 of From tri als Then short -lyRefrain.

urea un told. a - bove, the Mesa - ed and with -in. with-out we al so shall Anew,

what must But what must But what must But what must And /eei what

1

it

1

it it

I

1

it

I

-=r be there? be there? be there? be there? be there!

3h,whatmust

it

be

to

bethire?

g

No.

161.

C^^n'sis

It

Wioxlx for

tVLt\

of ^s.James McGranahan.

" For the Son of manautnority

v

as a man taking a far journey, who left his home, and gave his servants, and to every man his work." Mark 13 : 34.

A. A. A.

1.

2..3.

4.

Mas-terhns tak-eii Hisjour-iioy wliile," dnih mat- ter, this" lit-tle it In Tliere'son - ly one thing should cnneern us, Our Mas-ter is com-ing most sure - ly.

Our

Toi\*

II

conu-try

that's far

ais

-

way,ours; one;

wo work, an

W

:

;

168.'

Bless

me O my Father." Gen.

27:

J.

Edmeston.

Geo. C. Stbbbiws,

PS-T=|^=Sav-iour, breathe an

gii^^Krere Tho' the

Tbo' (lo-Btru.; Tho' the mgbf be dark ami drear- y, Shouldswiftdeatli this night u'ertako us,

eve-ning bless-iiig, tinowalk a- round us,

pi ISO

epir

.

its

sealfly;

Darkness am And ourcoucl

past us bide from

Tliee

tomb.

Sin

want we come con - fess - ing, Thou canst save and Thou canst heal. guards from Thee sur- round us, We are saW if Thou art nigh. He who, nev- er wea- ry, AVatch-est where Tliy peo - pie be. Thou art morn iu heaven a - wake us. Clad iu bright and death - less bloom. May theand

m ^m^- gel-

^P^iPppi or1

An

No. 169." Worthylev. J. C.is

.Souiilt tijt |)iglj |lraists.the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, Kiiv. 5 : 12. strength, and honor, and glory, and blessing."

and

Ryle.

James McGranahan.

^i^Hil1. 2.

^111^

Sound the high prais-csPraise

of!

Je-sua our King,Praise to

He came andTli

to the Con- quer-or

the Lord,

e-

my

ITe ronnuor'd.IIis qnail J at tho

_J-_J.

.

-^

-

-

.

-

---i

=|^gji^^gS^JE;^5EJEEJ;t^;^E^il^ivie-

to

-

ry

sing;

Sinir,

for

tho pow'r of

mightof His word; Iu iKav'uHo,

tv-rant is bro - ken, tho as -tends and u 11- folds tho glad Bto - ry,

Tho Tho

^|'

^I

^I

I

^=^

:

^wr+r^^^ 1

_

.

^

^r

^

^

^ ^

-^i

-^i

-fi

mi

m

r-"r

r -r--=g^j

^

iJ g

tri-umpli'B complefo o boatH of the blew -ed

-

ver deathniid the grnvo ; Vain ex - ult in His fame: In l.>ve-

is

He'

their boast- ing, Jelooks down from tho

m

.

m

m

m

-

'^

^ ^ ^ ^U0.

J-

-^

-^ JSm

m

m

-

fltaf)

SSounb

tf)t

praisur.

ho - yah h:ith pj*) throuoof His gloI I

- k>'ii, -

Ami JoAiiJ

ry,

n-s - cues

6U8 proclaim'U llini- pelf Jlij^lit- y the ru- ja'd who trust iu

to

Save,

Uia uahic.

Chorus.

-I

~f

z3

*"

~ '

"*

r^

*

1

I [

^^

^ ~^ ~! i~r^~ ff

~s

t?

SuuDiltlielii^h praiufKof Jc-Biuuur King,

IlecameandnocuDqiirrM,

Ilis victo-ry eing.

No.

170.

|lssinc|f (On." There remaincththerefore a rest."

Hbb. 4:

9.

HORATIUS BON/.R, D.D.

Csr

C. STBBniNS.

1.J.

Thia(

is

thol>o

dayjireds

ofiu

tnjl

8p'iidaiul>n -

BiH-iitwiuild wt',hiuttc,

;i.

ward wo

4.

Tho

way may rough-r grow,

B.-. n;ilh earth's sultry 110.. n. This U tho day of Whilo hust-oth tiiiK-'s brief day ; No turn - in;; buck in I'p- ward our joiir- nf-y still; Ours iit tho psith the Tho wea - ri - nests in-crcasc>, Wo g^rd our loins and

..E^ss^m^^^^^^Moer- vice true,

But

rest-

ing com- cth Mg coni-oiii

boon... soon

n>w-ard fear, No lingeri Mns-ter trod Thro' goi

"No help. III) h -

ver

light. fore.

Oh,Oil,

wlmt a

niict-ing

who-

cmot

in

heav

.

en

thrn-'ll he.

y

of

gold

An

g.ls

toll what a he Joy timt will God, com-iug down.BhuU call homo

In that There.toAll

of

land

hvotil'

ISO

without shod- ow B:)d ro-joice ev wlio be-long to

.

llis

or nit;lit; Sor-row and care, trib . u - la - tion and pain We'll cT-moro: An-g.ls willpraiso, the Ke-dccni-or will sniilr.And fold ; Will you be there, bnUher, loved ones to groit, Or

mm^M^^

^w^^^^^mm^wim^^k'

'

'

I

lr>ave, when we pass thro' the loved ones we'lldasp by the you for -ev- or be will

tomb Clouds of de-sjiair, storms of tri - al and caro Wo shall hand; Free from all paiu, far be-yondeaith-lv stain, Wc shall lost? AMiat Is thy choice, fleeting pleasures of earth. Or aI

^.

M.-S:

It.

-ft.

-A

-^

4S.

I

- -

Chorus.

,

i

I

|

I

,

i

,

.

-^Fleave for that beau-ti -ful home, "j dwell in that beaii-ti - fill land. ^WheQwegethome,oh, home when death's river is cross' d? 1

when we

get home. Get

home

to

p^^^^Si^mi^^iippppiSi^i^^giiis^iiiglo-

ry

land, Prais-ps we'll sing to

Je-sus, our

King,

A

ransomed, a glo-

ri- fled

band.

No. 183." AndRev.

Itot

falf ^ns

thtx

hm

Colb.was pure gold,O. F. Prbsbrbt.

the building of the wall of it was ot jasper ; and the city like unto clear glass." Rev. 21 : 18.

J. B. Atchinson.

1.

I

have read have read have read

of

a beau

. ti -

ful

cit

.

y,

2.

1 have readI

3.4.

I

of bright mansions in Heav - en, of white robes for tlie right- eous, of a Christ so for- giv^- iug,

Far a - way in the king-dom of Which the Saviour has gone to pre-

Of brightcrowns which the glo-ri-fied That vile sin- nersmay ask and r&-

^ ^^^Cltu} * God;

w^11Rest for- ev

E^

pare; wear, wear. ceivo

T 1tV(^ ro:(? Imw ita walli are of I have road how its walls jiis - per, Andthesaiutswhoouearthhavebeenfaith-ful, WhenourFathershallbidthem"Come,en- ter, uenouri will holdia

ton,the.-,xl.

When pleasureThe nnuThat:io

that

vest

end-

can rharni thee no to is might - y oue bAthGard(oT tbf

more.save.

iqV

18BVrt(h

Oflip

Jfttfugt?

Cmmos. :^rdid^.-r^_Twill pri^r-

->--l

U

thee nothing, but

fear- fulIff:

the coat.tf:

To gaiu the whole world

if

thy

fL' Si-gi :e

e

It

No. 186."Rev.

iri0btlnLift

fleams our

|ianner.

ye up a banner upon the high mountains."

IsA.Sir

13

:

.

Thomas

J.

Potter.

Arthur

S.

Suluvam.:3

^^^mm1.'I. 'A.

fc^-i^^i-f^iit'i,

Brightly Kb-MUiHiiur bun-

Foint-iriK lu

thf civil

Je

-

8UB, Lotil

ami

Mas-trr,

4.

All our days di reel um. Thi'D with Saints uiid .\n-gulii

S\ In

Thythe

hu

wayJoin

wea-

May We

Wuv.iiig wanil'rtfnibuaieward, feet. Here with hruiiti re-Juic lug, Lt-ad gu, uh hu vie to rious buve, OH ' riug end-leitt prtrfB e8oky,

ToSee

their Imtnc D

Thyver

chil-

high dren meet'ry

;

;

Oft

OAt

ev

.

Thythmneof

foe; love

JnurneyinKoVitlie en have we Bid Thine un- gelsthe todis

dt-g

.

ert,

Glad-lv thus we

pray,

lelt

shiclil

;

When

wm^mm^-

o

Thee, Oft - eii j;une a - Btray, us, M'hen theHtomi-clouds lower, ver. Then Kini rest and peace,

p^^And withKeepJeUH,

U=^J

^,

I

t_HORUS.,

hearts u ndght-yiu

-

nit

Sav

ed, iour,

TakeIii

oiir

heav'uward

wii

Par- dou 8US,

Thou and eavuHis beau

usty;

the nar- row the last dread 5ong8that uev - er

way.hour.cease.

In

Brightly gleams our

r

ban

-

uer,

Pointing to

the

sky.

Waving waud'rers ou-ward

Totheirhomeou high.

:

No.

187.

tfeat gjlwhel^: " He that believeth on me hath everlasting life."JoHN4

ft

6: 47.

P. P. B.

P. P. Bu98.

^^

^_,

^__J_

I

1. 2.

3.

to a deatli-doomed race Hoar yo the glad Good News from beav'n? Life God Made an a- tone-nieut by of AVhcu \ve were lost, the Sou Why not be -Hove the glad Good News? "NVhy still the voice of God

is

Riven!

11 is

Wood

Clirist on Wlicu we

the cross for you tlie glad Good Newsbe-lieve,

andbe hath

melieve,

Piir-chased

Then theAll,

Why

not

when God

said,

all

par - don a a -toue-ment our guilt

full

andre-

free.

^we

^w

ceive.laid.

iui"was

He

that

be-liov

-

eth,

he

r

uthat

1^

I

be -li.v

-

eth,

lie

.

th.at

be

-

liev

-

eth hath

|

rev-

;*

iJ

I

F^life;

tip'ir

c?"-^1

1? 5^

cr-

1.1st-

ing

Ho

that

bo-liev

-

eth bath

cv

-

er

-

last.

ing

life.

No. 188.Rev. H. N. Couu.

J[u%r, Ciihe mn" For thy name's sakelead me,

llliintr. and guide mc." Ps.

31

:

3.

S. J. Vail.

1.

The

way

dark

my

Fa-ther!!

Cloud upon cloudo'ertjiy

is (tntheriuK thickly head, and louil The tliundore

ronr

a

- Im>vo

mo,|

f VitHr Thy Sal- va-tion

on - ly Son, look auilis,

Homeaft-or waiicrring, Praisenft-orRestaft-er

tears.last.

^

wejiriness,

Kight was the pathway.

Sweet rest at Lead- ing to

this.

5^

^;_._-*-_^

Sf^i=p=

ig

pp^^r^pipfip^^a

m-^-rM-

No. 194."Lift

6Ior|T

k;

I0 |tsus* |Tan.y.

up your Vitads,

O ye gates^-.-.

* * * and the King of glory shall come In." Ps. 04:

Anon."

Geo. C. Strbbins.

^r=S.

J

mMM^m^^^'^-.r-^,

^

1-

1.

GloIn

2.Ci.

ry, glo - ry the plare ofIllsliI

Iio[lis

Je - 8ns, to re-jec-tion.eii

OIo

ry

to

Ilis

pre. cious name;

Where He

suf- fered, wliero

He-m.

diivi,

Mere was niarroil

lesslal

4.

Ye^

tri- uiiiiili-

ant

.

lo

vis . aK'', lu jahs

Hero His brow was wreathed with thorn, greet His uaiuo; Still a- rise to

:

g--

-r

f

^

J

-

*-

^

^

^^!^p_^i^ii^^iiC-eotItIs

to-

souikIpniisti

Ills prais-es,11.4-

Blest

It

is

to

spread His

iJiirsts

HeroBwoet

of theIt

boobis

ly

cend-in';.ris ion,

- Ji'ct

of

do

-

Greets the glo- ri.nia ]tit ter taunt and .Itletit

Cm-

fame..fled.

qg-

cliiii;

IlKK-k

scorn.

to

sound

HNpniis-es

it

is

to

Bpreiul

His

fame.

^J^^=^^^

rt^i^^m^^

ry.

rIo

ry,

^mnhalle lu - JabI

Glo

.

17

be

m

m

to

Jo

siis*

name.

suuud

dotsit to itsas'

Xanu.

I

I

4

^^-,Blest

^it

to-0-

His praig-m-

es.

is

to

spread Lia

fume.

mNo. 195.

.

.

-^

fm-

-m-'

^'

^

f^

^

&-

Elp^

Itffil/mg but

fijcis

gloob

jof

|csus.:

" Without shedding of bloodRev. ROBBRT LOWRV.

no remission."

Hbb. 9

aa.

Rev, Robert Lowkv.

i^1. 2.:.

I

i^

I

-u-1J gway mybiii>e

J>^etaiu?

^

!>>>

!

-h

i

i

=q

WmtFor Nuth.This

can wasli

myiii

cleaua

Nuth-iii(i

Noth-ing but Jmt

canall

4.

Ut.y

5.

New

this

o

-

and peact'vtT-cumuI

6. (jlo -

r.vl

-=:m Vi^*:

m

glo.

O!

tlius

eing-

Noth-iiig but Noth-int? but Noth-ii.;,' but N.ith-iu^ but

'-^q^f:

m

g cg^

the blcxHl of tlio blood of tho blotnl of tlio bloiHl of the bl.KMl of the tl.HMl of

>-=^^=hWliat can

KS^Jthe blood tho blood blood Die blood th blood the blood

1-

I-

1

make me wholeparall this

a

-

gain?plea

ForTins

myis

doa

thiaI

myliave

Naught of

good that

douebring

myI'll

NuwAll

by

right-eous - ness reach my homothiaI

my

praise for

Noth-iug but but but Noth-ing but Noth-ing but Noth-iug butNoth-iiit? N.ith-iiig

tiie

of of of of of

r

No. 196."

Stone but t^^nsi ran Salisfg.in

We also joy

God, through our Lord Jesus Christ, byreceived the atonement."

whom we

have now

Roh.

s: ii8.

B. E.

Arr.

James McGranahan.

1.

O ChristinTlieemysoulhathfound.AndfouQdinTheeaII1

-

lone,I

Thepeace, thejoy

I

2.'.i.

1

sighed for rest aud hap-pi-ness, 1 yearned for them, uot Thee; But while I passed my tried the bro-ken cis-ternu, Lord, Butah the wa- ters failed E'en a,s I stooped to TheploasureslostloutBadlymournM, But nev-er wept for Thee, Till grace my sightless

^mi^^^isought so long, The bliss till now un- known. Sav- iour by, His love laid hold on me. driuk they tied, Audmock'dmeas I wailed, eyes received, Thy lov- li-

Now none but Christ can

sat

-

is-fy,

None

I

(

iiumefor

me,I

There's love, andfor me,

life,

J

and lasti ng Joy, Lord Jesus, found w /TN

-

vtr

Jur

-

Ci.u.

No. 205.It\\\ii

11 raise ^Tc Ibc Xortr.C..)!tlio:

isgI

-^--^^^--^^^rS*-^-i--=l-ir1.^1s:-a U" U'I I

small whis-per, "'Tis for tliee!""'Tis for iheet" -S" des - ert gar-den bloom a - while, bloom a wiiilc. |f calm, sure ha-ven of His breast, of His breast, | death are wait-ing His com - niand, Ills command, Sstill

Choru;

-m^^^^^^^^^^day Ilightl

From my wea-ry heart the bur-den rolled a - way Hup-py Then with all my weakness leaning on His might, All isLove es - teems it Joy ofheav-en to a- bide Yet His tn-der, lov-ing mor-cy makeatheoroom:

hap-pyall

day

I

At His side! Oh, conio home!

lightl is at His side I oh, come home

I

Fromuiywoary heart the burdenI'hiiiwithall

rolled awayrolled a

Hajvpyway;

day

I

hap-pyt

day Ilightl

my weakuifMleauiiigouHismight,to

All.\t

is

light

all

is

on Bla might,

Lovu es-teemsit Joy of heaTeuYeH, Ilia ton-derloviug

a-

bide,to

His

side

1

at His side.

a

bide,

mercy makeatheo room,

Oh,comehomel oh.comehomol

makes thee room,

No. 207Charles

Wb

" God

is

love." I John 4

:

8.

From J.

SrvvKitsoii.

Chori's.

,

f

Oi'ptlii'f

iii'-r-y

!

c:iii

therel.^nslivp!',anve

is.

more

tiian

tongue can

m

-^

m

tdl; Ills than tnnrruecantc'll;

love

is

more than

toni^ie can

-

VTZTTttell;

The

love that Je- bus had for

me

Is

more than tongue can

telL

than tongiiecan tell

wmn^^^^ ^^^^=-f^^ ^No. 216.Rev.

Pca:r Sboit

mnto

^rantr.143:

Henry

" Hear my prayer, O Lord, give ear C. Graves.

my supplications." Ps

1.

Gbo. C. Sthbbins.

1.

All - see- ing, gra-cious

Lord My

2. 3. 4.

Thouknowost nil my need. Thou ho- Iv bless- ed One, Bind Thou my life to Thine,

MyTo To

heart he- fore Thee lies; in-most thousht dost see; me, I pray, draw near; me Thy life is given;

All sin of thought and Ah, Lord! from all al>

My

spirI

-

it

fill,

Oto

While

my

all

ilfar ^\)z\

mj

^tajer.

life

Thee

abhorreu, My soul to Tlioe would rise. lurements freed, LikpThePtrausformiMi IM be. heavenly Son. With lov-inc, God - ly fear. in hea ven. re- sign, Thou art my all

n

C'

n, rm, ^ ^ ^^ar Thou mypniyer.O

n a God,

Ef^5z=icij2iJ^:=*iiitrgEz.^jiS:3fi-z--'nite

my

heart to Thee;

BeneathTliy

love,

heuoath

Thy rod, From sin de-

liv -

1.

*

,Sny,

ia-

yourtheall

2. 3.

UpIf

ononce

lamp Imrn - iiij;, dark monri-tainn the lumps that

mytlu-y

broth - cr? otiim- bio,light -

1

pniybruiselaiii-iiig moan; But, fed by heavenly Some stand to - day 011 No bo, The jour- ney near- ly done, And gome are in the

Our way is olt - eu To Ma-rah'd bit-t. r

lui;

Wheu

of

the des-eit wea-

^

-m-'

- -~-

-mH

^

.-_

.

Chorus.We'regoing.

go

-

ing,

1

..

m rr

we are go - ing so we're go . ing sweet tore-tastes of still are go -ing all are go - lag

home., home. I home. V home. | home. ^

go . Ing, we

are

go

-

Ing,

Teg,

sr

J

1.

^-J^L^j^

jr-f -i-f

feet

tmich thetliey

aliin

wa-tcreii.ur-tTlilt

lU-atli

Wo Wo

uro

in

waVol

Um-s.

euchci-b

lug strand, eu - ter life, i< Tea tide,-

Yes,

oimoiio

up lur

tnmb

ling

- ly,

Veu, Ye8, Yen,

by byby by

one Ione! one one II

one one

Tlii-y

u-Tft

witUuro

To

ft.uio

WoTho

oiin

hear

wuvw

of

tho tho tho tho

BarfliHMlsin.is..

ioiir, tlioy

waitriv -

their crown, Tli.lr

travfi.nl

-

el-stiilned

ufi.f

tlie

*r

olill.

Ah ihiy

on

thoir

tho

dunh

rlv -

ir

wo

dark

iui; Btrt-uni, rt and did. IJut

unw and awo know the

^.-.-^-^

^^^^fM ^^^U=fcidb illlE-IEall

Kiir-niintu aro

laid d..\vii;Th

I-

mki,.,,,,^,

w

u

r

ForY..tth,.y

Some

-

Now

tho K'-^'-ry with UimBhallnhare.^ tho lu.mo of tho "' - l-fi^'i. I g^jj^.^^ t. ni'-ph-s and small waves go. f in -' giii.Ious, aiiil s^-nd us the etalT and lightall

who

roach times

e>

^^^.^

o

,

i^^iii^pi^Ford-Ingthe riv-er

one liyouelGcjth'ringhomelgath'ringhonie, Yes, oneby

one!

t

U

r

I

;; ;

;

No. 221."

@niBfor

ij

fittu m\u.in the

Weeping may endureP. A. Crozibr.

a night, but joy comeih

morning." Ps, jaj

5,

M. M.

Geo. C. StebbinS.

1.

On

- ly

aif

IIlit -

-^^^=-^'whilewill.

tie

Of For

valk-ing with weafor

2.

Suf-fer

Godlit -

shalltie

And worktoil -

Hima

3.

Oa

ly

a

while,

ing

- ry while we tew ehoit

feet,

AFron]

may,days.

And

-t

t

o

zipi-=m=i=m^

\^^:^=^^-=:^-^Pa - tient - ly Cal-va-ry'athencomesthe.

;=i=^^^^=^^=lggg5ythe agold - en ht - tiestreet.

^

ver

crosbrest,

the thorn - y way That leads to to Zi- on'scrown, Is on- lythe

way.praise.

qui-

et

rest,

E

.

ter

-

ni-ty's

end

-

lesa

iii^iii^No, 222.Gbo. C. Nbbdham.

I

&*ar i\i'

Morbsand inall.'*

d |^sus.Col. 3;

Christ

is all,

a.

C. C. Cask.

'^m^mmm^^1. 2. 3.

I

hear

His

wordhear

Oh

I

the words of di . vine - ly the words of

Jo

-

sus.

They speakIt

of peace with

bless,

ed,ens.

showstid .

me whatiugs are

Je

-

The

I for

God am;thee

wmmM^^^m^^^^^.I

HisOil,

see cross clasp

the Lumli.Oliristit

brintj.s

Bal

-

the

cross

of

Je va Jo

. -

sua, tion, bus.

WhoTlie

borevie-

mytimfor

heav -y

loadflee

;

was theref-

Lamb

And

there

ugo

I

trust

HIr

bloodtrust

Ohl

the blood of pro - cur - eth the blood of

Je parJl- -

HUH,doll,

Kr Alll^

'

I

No. 227.El. Nathan.

ors of

tlj^

Wioxii.James McGranahan.

" Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves." James i ; 22.

^=^J^^we rnme,of God of God, nt

Thy hand ProIt

-

vid

-

pd wliatTliouforiih

ilidst

dr-nianil.Ilin Moy (.;n; strife all neRiKntherr..iind?S.iin;!

f174

!

!

Singing?J1

J

! ;

3^oto tan I ltep from"^ f*

^

5I

5 rS^i^Hf II1

tliut

hear the luu.dic nii(;iiig; It RikIhuii ccU -u iu ni> isoiil IInw can refuge cliiigiug; Siiic Christ ii Lonl i)f heuv'ii auJ eurth, IIuw ciiii ruuutuiuuvtTHpriugiugiAUthiugsuri-uiiueHiucu 1 um IIU lluw am

keep from singing? keep from singing? kuc-p from Biugiug?

!g^^;g^No. 245.

Comethat

JUIicbing!no wise cait out."

Him

cometh

to

mc

I

will in

John

6

:

37.

El. Nathan.

Jambs McGranahan.

^^^f^m^d^M1.-'.

^grgij^i ;-Enugoed,

h

I

,'

_.

tnphgh)-

't,

King!

know

my

ch-om- er

ry

His

name

I

n

I

know

that

my

Re- deem-er

lives.

ITe lives!

-

-m-

-m-

m

.

- ^-

^-

^

m

.

TT

No. 254." Yet alittle

m^tit.will

!

% f itiuwhile;

and he that shall come will come, and not tarry." Heb. io: 37.

El. Nathan.

James McGranahan.

1. 2. 3.

"A "A

lit - tie

while!

"and He

shall

come

;

The hour draws onfain

a- pace, The bless- ed

lit- tie while!" with patience, Lord, I

would ask

"How long? "For how can!

Yet peace, my heart ! and hush,

my tongue Be!

calm,

my troubled breast

Each pass-ing

hour, the glorious morn,I

When woglo.

shall seo

His face:ing rest

How light our

tri -

als

then willthy

with such ais

hope Of

ry andcr-

of home, AVith such a:

joy

a-wait-ing

hour

hast'ning on

The

ev

last-

Thou knowcst well

the time

E>eem

I

IIow short our

me.

God

Not wish Ap- points

t lie

for

t

Our life on pil- grim way! hour were come 7 How can I hoe is The morning best:I01

earth

atin-

fit- ful

dream, Disback.-

"^

keepstar

long- ing

AndThe

g

will soon

a

rise;

^

_,

^-m

m-

ez

^ * n?

polled

by dawning dayis

I

\?

howglow

Bup-press the groanin

>Then come, Lord Jesus, quickly come, In

glo

-

ry

and in

the East.

m^^^m^^^^^^m p^^i^^^^lightI

Come take thy lung

-

ing children home,

And

end earth's wea

^

-

ry night

m^m^

N

K

S

! ! !

;

No. 255.Eliza Ann Walker.

#nlnis

for ^htt.Christ."

Phil,

i:

Jambs McGranahan.

1^Jl'ii-ci.iusJ(

Suvy-y limy

-

iiiur,it's

m^^^^m^mmumyI

I-

live,

OnOu-

U)'

.,

(Ill

my my my

Hpir -

deep doBuf- fer bo my

uirogrief.ti'iirx.

mayIaiiil

ro-Joice,

OnOn On

"(.Me.k-ly / IV my'

Miiiles

On-

\ liv

jMuco

unci

bo

my

Blrifo

ly ly ly ly ly ly

for Tlice for Thee for Thee for Thee! for Thee for Thee

Spend the pnw-ere Slay my in - telIn my chooi-iug Urate- ful - ly ncIki

Ho

my young and my lovt and

mmTM-JTliou dimt give 1-ct u - pire mak my choice cept ru . Iif. rip - cr years, be my life,Iv

On On On On

-

\y ly ly ly ly

for for for for for

Thee!) Thee!I

-

Thee I; Thee II Thee!]

Ou

-

ly

Chritwho died

for

me

4

Paiil

maile the price ami made

nii< nil-

fre free.

Now, and

thro' o

-

tor

-

ni

-

ty.

On

-

ly

f.ir'rt.r..

I

m^iNo. 256.MaituTg.

" Waiting for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ." Mrs. Fkancks L. Macs.

i

CoR.

I

:

j.

Ira D. Sankby.

1.J.:'..

On On And all who came, when To

of . fered full and free; Sav- iour, thro' the Word, Is nier - cy now re- ceive, Thy love my heart hath won And how 1 fear to stray; ver - y weak I am. The grace to join our song; to-day us all with Thou wast here be- low, And said, "0 Lord, wilt Thou?"

And now, On Thee,For strength

Lord,Christ, to servoI

1

must, Iwill,

must dowill

And fr.mi To them

tlio

"

look to Thee a glad- ly with us heart ! will " waa ev - er Thy re

I I to

I

- cide be- Hove, -

ac - cept of Thee? Shall I And trust in Theo a lone lone The strength Thou mustsup-plyl;

I

say:-

"I;

wii.i,

to

Christ be- long!"

ply

We

rest

tip -

on

it

now.

-JChorus,I

-with prothptnessIwill!

and spirit.I

will!

will

bo

Thine

1

I will!

I will! I

will,

God help-ing mo,

I

will, 1

willb>TWnel

IM

;

mm'

No. 258,"'

(Lhc Ij^ixhm o' tbt |iing.In thy presenceii

fulness of joy."

Ps.

i6

:

ii.

William Mitchell.

Geo. C. Stkbbimn>;

g -S-^-

Am

Ptatt!

Be

%im'..^^U-

Wheneiiclimonipnt so

iiiail-ly

is!

tlireat-'ning

AOli!

grave In

the

an

pry

depp?

And I And wkb

I>cr-i.^ll!

1

imt

-isli

dc-ar

Masbar

ter;

Joy

1

istiall

make the

blit

bur,

And

tias-tcn, and tiike t.m-Uol. rest on the bliss, ful thore.

-js-JL-e

p

pp

~^-m

m-wslilll

^

p

I

Peace, be

peace, be

3tjiII

Whetb - er

the wratli

of

the Bturni

totjsuJ

eea,

Or

de

mona,

er

nieo,

or what

cret

......

cen

No. 262."Ei_I

I ambyi

fl^e

oor.in

am

ihe door :

if

any man

he shall be saved."John lo

:

9,

Nathan.Moderate.

James McGranaham.

1. 2.

O OI

3.

what what whateu-

4.

shall I shall I shall I ter the

do do do wide

to,

to to

bo be be

o - pen

Baved? The gath-'ringsUinn I bo - hold, saved? No li!,'lit, no hope can I see, saved? So vile, bo burdeiu'd Tith sin, door. In Christ I now have be - Uevei

Ex -posed No help howI'mJ^

to into

tlie wrath of my niy-si'lfcau I the fuld may I

God;find;

Is Is

there theretrust

no slid -ter-ing no uht - ry furI

f.ld.

me,

come.blood;

How mayI

en

-

cleaus'd from

my-r-

sins

by

His

and c6 rest -Ing tbereT bode. Wait, meok - ly wait, and uur-mur not found. It reached ho - li - er tliau thou. a thee; Wait, meek - ly uail, aud luur-mur not.come;

m=s^^s3m

(),

wait,

nx'ek ni'tk - ly

.

ly

wait,

and

iiiur

mur

nnt,

O,

-r"

tr

^^msui^^^^^Nait,

wait,

and nmr15-

-

murJ^

ii'.L

meek -ly

wait,

O,

miir-mur

ii..t.

^

.

^

^

25..

^

^

J" J^ J*

I

So. 331." TheyArr. from

^nst gcttibtt^ 5inful Pen.a physician, but they that are sick."

that are whole need not

Matt. 9 !

la.

Nkumaster,

James McGranahan.

J

f^

1.

Sin

-

nere

JeIIo

bus will

ro

-

ceivorest; not.

SoundPure

this

wordfor

2.

Come, and

3.

Nuw

n;yro -

heart

will give yuu con-demau me

Trust Him,

4. Christ

ceiv - eth

sia

-

ful

men,

E

-

be - fore ven me

of grace His word the law with all

tola

all

I

my

plain; stand sin;

;

ZirtMfSCvx.

(R>tfat 3aeaett

WboHe He

thewill

heav'tt

-

ly

path- way

the sia ful take ill cleansed me from Purged from ev - 'ry spot and

-

leave, est;spot.

who

vho All Christ re Sat - ia

lin

-

ger,

all

whofill

fall.

ceirfied

-

ethits

sia last

de. ter

men. maud.in.

Btain,

Heav'n with

Him

I

ea

Uceir-

I

-

ceiv.etheia. fulmen,

eth ein-ful men; Christ re -ceiv- eth sin.0. .0L

^^^^^^^m;

- ful

.^ ji.^ -^

Make the mes . iageg Make the message plain, men g" M. M- M. m. jm.' ^ .m.'

clear

and

plain:

Clirist;

re

-

ceiv -

eth sin - ful

men.

Make

the mt'S-Kage plain

No. 332."1

y^t

% Sabbur mlI will

f

any man hear

my voice, and open the door,

come

In to him."

Rkv.

3

:

90.

J. ^.

AtCHINSON.

E. O. F.XCHLt

12.

Thero'wa

Stran-ger

nt

the

door.lirart;

3. 4.

O - pen Hear you

now

ti)

Him your

Now

a

I

there oft

bo

-

furp;

w;iit

Hoin;'.ke

will

tie - jKirt;

NoWjOh, now

Him J' )iir choice;jouafiiuit;

He

will

make

for

Let Let Lot Let Let tbe Saviour in

Him Him Him]Iim

iul'in iDlI

in

I

Lft the Saviour in

I

LetLi't

Him Him|9

Inin;

tro

Hois

Hoiii^

U Roue; Let Him your i'ricud; And yourtlio

in,

llio

Howill willall

.

ly

One,

Boul

Ho

do

Ho He

Bland,6i)(

will

ilk

your

at Bins

door;

Joy

to

for - giv'n.

And when

IJi earth -ties

you

- feud. ro . store,

are

riv'n.

m=^=i=i=i.^^t^,.

-^

Chorus.to

Him,

"^^^^^^^^I

looked

to

Him,

to-m.

HiIf:

J

r-*

.m

T'r^^

^'

^

-"F-r-*

*

He

looked

on

me,

I

"H

I

I

t^on

rlooked,

^^immmAnd refor

'

Ho

looked on

me,

me

ev

-

er.'

^1^ It:

:e

r=

No. 334."

f ttO

us dTrobit pint.howexcellentis

Lord, our Lord,

thy name."

Ps. 8:

9.

Rev. E. Pbrronet. Allcc:yettn modcrato. |^_

James McGranahan.^^(._

1.

All

hail

ttie

pow'r of-

Jeevsa

-

mis'

namr!tiil..\

T,ot

anthis

-

2.3.

Let

ev - 'ty kin that with yon

dred,

- 'ry -

On

gels pms-t rate Icr-ros - tiial

fall;hall,o"

der

cred throng

We

at

His feet

may

fall;

"a

IhiiiK foith

theall

To

Him

We'll join

the

rov - 1 maj..- ov - er

.

di tv

aas

-

dom, Andnil.,.,son;,'.

t

comcth

to

mt,

no wiic cost out." John

37.

H. Hamilton.

Ira

P

Sankbv.

1. 2.

Jo-

(nis,

myI

LonI,

Ilclp-li'SH

am,- 11

tn Thi-o niid full

Ii>f

rrv

;;

I'n

- li-sa

Thou li.lpfur

nioI

Ii>ntH.-o

niiint dii-

:

Oli,

cuilt

Hut

yitIwst

nmati

Tli.v I>1.~h1 uiuilt,-

3. A.

No]!i'

|>rrp - hiilil

nrluo,

-

Sav

tiou can iuur, at

I

maki-,

My

And

ri'-wplveg

Thy

foct, iK'al

with

luo

Tlmu

ly l'ri>nk,Yi-t hI DiretiThy

tiring

thy

froft

Bal-va-tionni^'h,Ancltaknnii> aa

Tboo canstmskemewhat Thou wilt, And takn nio aa (lavomofor Tliinoiiwii nami'".i8;iki',.\Mil tako uio as work begin, Thy work ciiniiilelf.Aud take mo as

I I II

am.. am. am.

(("

And toko mo

oa

I

am,

ani.^

And

take

me

as

I

am.

My

on

-

ly pk-a-Christdied fornn-! 01 take moa.? I Oli,

am.

No. 336. Souls ofAll

ISttn, hi^ir iMiIlsheep have gone astray."

m:

Smthr?6.

we

like

IsA. 53

F.

W.

Faber.

\Vm. B. Bradbury.

ip^iP^^i^lp^iii1.2.

^miIgiiildeep ?r

Souls ofItisis

3.

There

Like a crowd of fri!;ht-eird elioep? ecat - ter men, why will ye God! His love /o^-t^ mij,'lit-y, lUit is miglit - ier than it seems: than up in heaven; no place where earth's sorrows Aro more felt

g^Hi^Fool'Tis- ish

'^m^^^mmiiiEso

i^iiheartsI

ouris

Fano

-

There

wau - der From a love ye out ami His fond - ness Goes far place where earth's fail-iugs Have such kind

why

will

true and-

tlier,

be-

ly

yotid our dreams. judgment given.

C s

^^mg^r^riipiWasthere ev There's a wide-

Shep- herd. Half bo er kind - er ness in God's nier - cy, Like the

g;en -

wide

-

There

is

wel

-

come

for

the

sin - uer,

And more gra

-

so tie, half tbo noss of tho ces for

sweelsea;

good;

As

the

Sav

-

iour

There'sa There is

kind- ness in His mer - cy with the

who woiiM have us Come and gath jus - tier, Whieh is moreSav.iour;

-

There

is

hoal -

than ing

or round His lib - er in Uis

feet?.

ty.

blo.id.

4 But

we make His

love too narrow,

If

our love were but more sim

'le,

By

And we

false liniit.H of our own; ma^'iiifv His Ktriof ness

We

should take

Him

at Ilis

vord;

With azral lb> will not own. There is plentiful redrniptionIn tho blood that has been shed;

There is joy for all the members In the sorrows of tho Head.

Anil o\ir lives would all be sun ihino In the sweetness of nur Lon FortheL.veof God isbn.a.ier Than the moiisures of man's And the heart of tho KternalIs

most wonderfully

kinti.

No. 337.'

Mclfomc! Munbcrtr, Mclcomc!dead, andis

This

my son was

alive again

;

he

w.-s lost,

and

is

found."

I.ukb is

:

24.

HoRATius Bonar.'

4^rii _tf^

^,

IraD.Sankry.

:j.

" Lenv,- the

haunts of

riot,

sour Witherthouart none, Hearafar voice rjdlin^," My sonlmy son niy Son ^ Kalntlna.rniul.lKMl lone, Come to lore nud RUdne..." My Wuutod, woe-boKoiie, Sick at heart and weary," My BonI my son!

SSeltomrl iBanDtrtr. IRcUomtT

i

"Welcome! waud rer.weleoinel Welcome back-m.

to

homel Thou

had waadered

far

awar Com3 bomei ooue komel":

i

m--m--m- '^^-(9-

*-

-- -rjtill

rtvtrdumtaiiKlit to ^iii^

Lo

!

saw

truu

-

bed.

\Otnit 2de>tJing. Slow. }3

^

4 Wliile

I listen to

Sti'idiiigI

on

ill

the music gentle strain,

6 Trayoris over: to my pillow With a "good-night !" kissScarcely

I creep.

waking whileI

I wliisper,

a iliilil again : 'Tisthe hour of my retiring.

am now

"NowThen myl'i;i\-^

lay.

iii'llHr, o'eriiiii.st

me down to sleep." me bending,words, but mild:

At tlie dusky eyeutide; Near ni.y trundle bed I'm kneeling. As of yore, liy nu)ther" siile. 5 Hands are on luy head so loying. As tliey were in childhailv calli ig

my

me

Kven from my trundle

bod.

No. 345.'

m,The Wordof'^tho

Monberful Morb!Lord en.lurethfor

ever." i Pktkr

i

:

-js.

J. 1 STi:ni.iNf;.

Ira D. Sankf\

1.'Z. :i.

tlh, wonder- fill, wi.iid.'rful Oil, woii.dei-fiil.woiideiliil

W..rd of

Oh. woM-der-fiil,wnil,woii-,l,.rfill,

.M.leiful

4.

woiiderlnl

Word Word Word

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fol. fold;

bo^ bovotliei there;

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we may

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the wy That lomJuto the amn of' 1Im the heart. Ami ghowsuBourwIvo!. as we ItstruUi, ivhcri-sofirml.vih.-yaiichonilth.irtnut, Thru' a - grs e- ter- luU shallkiii'l-ly had li-hti-l to t.ach iis car. lies Coll- vic-tioniiowii ilfcijiii

old! Iuto :are.

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if tln-y will may ho. cure; Its wnniiiiv'Nitdroiiii.'M-U, ari'faithriilaiiJjiiAl; ll8 jiiiuii, with guilt uud itiu di-iimyfd, the flow'ra of death -IciW Mihuu,

Tlie

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Lonl doubt

of lug

oon-ecii-ncc Sav iour

life,

who-

bills

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heart,

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here,

and and

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g--^g'-^e

earth,8ome glimpse

y cared op- preBd'd, sor-rowa cease, the anx- ions strife, is giv'utliy

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Me," ami Me," ami Me," ami

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will give will give will give

yi.u yi.u y.>u

rest,|>ea(-e.life.

jnys which wnit

u* thro' the gates

of

lieav'n.

p-g.-^- p-a

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know ....

that

know, we know,

when rte we

shall

ap

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know that when He

we _

shall be

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a

nameof

love

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a

Savsoul

hear; to - iour's love

love 'Who died

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to to

singsetris-

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worth;free;