Imatges de pÓgina
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soul, Bring me back, O gentle Shepherd, Keep me safe within Thy fold. deem my soul, Bring me back, o gentle Shepherd,

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2 The dying thief rejoiced to see 14. E'er since by faith I saw the stream That fountain in his day;

Thy flowing wounds supply, And there have I, tho' vile as he, Redeeming love has been my theme, Wash'd all my sins away.

And shall be till I die. 3 Dear dying Lamb, Thy precious blood 5 Then in a nobler, sweeter song, Shall never loose its power,

I'll sing Thy power to save, (tongue Till all.the ransomed Church of God when this poor lisping stammering Be saved, to sin no more.

Lies silent in the grave.

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No. 127.

His Yoke is Easy.

Psalm xxiii.

COPYRIGNT, 1885, BY R. E. HUDSON.

R. E. HUDSON.

1. The Lord is my Shep-led, I shall not want, He maketh me down to 2. My soul cri-eth out, “Re - store me a-gain, And give me the strength to 3. Yea, tho' I should walk in the valley of death, Yet why should I fear from

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Ilie In pastures green, He leadeth me The qui · et wa - ters by. å take the nar-row path of righteousness, E'en for His own name's sake.

ill? For Thou art with me, and Thy rod And staff they com-fort still.

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His yoke is easy, His burden is light, I've found it so, I've found it so;

He lead-eth me by day and by night, Where living wa-ters flow.

No. 128.

His Healing Touch.

Mrs. LAURA E. NEWELL.

COPYRIGHT, 1890, DY E. O. EXCELL.

WORDS AND MUSIC.

A, J. SHOWALTER.

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o the wondrous love of Je-sus, And the glo - ry of His pow'r;

We be-hold a certain rul'- er, Who his burden bro't to Christ,
3. O the wondrous love of Je-sus, And His matchless pow'rand grace,
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That He speaks the word commanding, "Be thou whole,''or“Be thou clean,"
And to her who calm-ly slum-bered Je - sus spake the word"Arise,"

In the glo.ry of His presence There for-ev - er to a - hide,

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Per-fect health and strength imparting If they on His promise lean.
Quick-ly rose the gen - tle sleep-er, 'Mid re-joic-ing and sur-prise.
We shall be like Christ our Sav-ior, And in heav'n be sat-is-fied.

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