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Triumphant Songs

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A COLLECTION OF

GOSPEL HYMNS

FOR

Sunday-Schools and Revivals.
Hymns of Prayer and Praise for Devotional

Meetings, Etc., Etc.

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By E. 0. EXCELL.

PRICE:

By Mail, Boards, Music, 35 cents each.
By Express, not Prepaid, $3.60 per doz., $30.00 per 100.
1XL Edition by Mail, Boards, Music, 25 cent each.

$2.50 per doz., $20.00 per 100.

E. Q. EXCELL, PUBLISHER,
LAKESIDE BUILDING,

CHICAGO, ILI

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N September and October, 1895, I mailed printed

blanks (postal cards) to the leading Pastors, Sunday School Superintendents, Epworth Leaguers and Christian Endeavorers in the United States, requesting that they send me a list of ten of the most popular songs used in their work. Here is the result: 3,538 votes; 1,130 songs received one or more votes (eighty-eight of which are in Triumphant Songs No. 5), 157 received five or more votes (fifty-nine of which are in the above book), 69 received ten or more votes (forty-one of which are in the above book). The songs receiving the FIRST, THIRD, FOURTH, SEVENTH, EIGHTH, NINTH, ELEV ENTH, THIRTEENTH (2), FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH, SEVENTEENTH, EIGHTEENTH, NINETEENTH (2), TWEN. TIETH, TWENTY-FIRST (3), TWENTY-SECOND, TWENTY THIRD (2), TWENTY - FOURTH AND TWENTY-FIFTH (2 places are in the above book:

CAUTION.- The words and music of nearly all the pieces in "Triumphant Songs, No. 5" are copyright property. All rights of publication of either the words or music separate or combined, are reserved, and wiil be defended by the owners of the copyrigh

Triumphant Songs No. 5, Copyrighted 1896, by E. O. Excell.

Meredith, Music Typographer, Chicago, Ili.

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1. Je-sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me, () - ver life's tempestuous sea;

As a moth - er stills her child, Thou canst hush the o- cean wild; 3. When at last I near the shore. And the fear - ful break-ers roar,

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Unknown waves before me roll, Hid-ing rocks and treacherous shoal;
Boisterous waves o-bey Thy will When Thou say'st to them, “Be still!"
'Twixt me and the peaceful rest, Then, while lean-ing on Thy breast,

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Chart and com-pass came from Thee; Je-sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me.
Wondrous Sovereign of the sea, Je-sus, Sav-ior, pi - lot me.
May I hear Thee say to me, "Fear not, I

will pi - lot thee."

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1. There's a world from sin to save, For the sake of Je • sus;

There are cheer-ful words to speak, For the sake of Je sus; 3. There are foes that we must fight, For the sake of Je • sus;

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There are dan-gers great to brave, For the sake of Je - sus.
There are wand'ring souls to seek, For the sake of Je sus.
There are wrongs that we must right, For the sake of Je - sus.

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No. 3

Reveal Thyself to Me.

MAGGIE E. GREGORY.

COPYRIGHT, 1896, BY E. O. EXCELL.

WORDS AND MUSIC.

CHAS, H. GABRIEL.

1. Dear Lord, re-veal Thy-self to ine, In pow's that I have nev- er 2. Un- veil Thy ev - er snil-ing face, And let its brightness shine on 3. My spir - it longs for more of Thee, Oh,keep me Thine, and Thine a.

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Thy-self to me.

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