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No. 9.

What a Precious Savior.

F. S. S.

COPYRIGHT, 1898, BY E. O. EXCELL:

F. S. SHEPARD.

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I stand be-hold-ing Calvary's cross Where Christ;my Sav-ior, died; 2. What grief and pain was Thine, O Christ! As thus Tlıy life was giv'n 3. What wondrous love was thus made known, How rich and free His grace! 4.

I humbly bow Cal va - ry, Ac - cept His grace so free;

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I see Him hanging on the tree, For sin - ners cru-ci - fied. To save us from the pow'r of death, And win our souls for heav'n. That gave the Fa-ther's on - ly Son To save ru.- ined race. The Sav-ior's sac- ri . fice and love, At last has conquored me.

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What a precious Savior is Christ the Lord;What a precious Savior,

Great and glorious Savior,

What a precious Savior is Christ, the Lord.

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dark with-out you,-dark-er still with - in? Clear the darkened pray’rs un -ans-wer'd by your God a - bove? Clear. the darkened naught of darkness,-dwelling in the day? Clear the darkened

windows, o. pen wide the door, Let a lit - tle sun-shine in.
windows, o- pen wide the door, Let a lit - tle sun-shine in.
windows, 0 - pen wide the door, Let a lit - tle sun-shine in.

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Clear the darkened windows,open wide the door, Let a little sunshine in.

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On - ly a few wea -
ry years I know Till I

shall sleep; Vis-ions of glo- ry, dear Lord, ap-pear To glad - den me: Soon Thou wilt o-pen heav'n's golden gate And call me home;

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Peace-ful - ly sleep when my race is run, Glad - ly go home when my
Shin - ing from heaven's e. ter-nal shore, Joy-ful-ly shining death's
Then, O my King, I shall dwell with Thee, Happy, how happy my

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dark tide o'er In ra - diance freo, in ra.- diance
soul shall be, .No more to. roam, no more to

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No. 12. Sweet Peace, the Gift of God's Love.

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