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las! and did my Sav - ior bleed, And did my Sovereign die, Was it for crimes that I have done, He groaned upon the tree? 3. But drops of grief can ne'er re-pay, The debt of love I owe;
Would He de-vote that sa - cred head For such a worm as I?
A - maz - ing pit - y, grace unknown, And love be-yond de-greé! Here, Lord I give my - self a-way, 'Tis all that I can do!
At the cross, at the cross, where I first saw the light, And the.
bur-den of my heart rolled a - way
It was there by faith rolled a-way,
I re-ceived my sight, And now I am, hap-py all the day.
earth have trod, shall a
dore, seek Thy face,
Might -y to save; We come to sing Thy praise, Whose
goodness crowns our days, To Thee our anthemis raise, Might-y to save.
sin and death o'er-come, Our Savior hast become, Might-y to save. made us pure with-in, So we a crown may win, Might-y to save.
I want to be more like Je - sus, And fol-low Him day by day; 2, I want to be kind and gen-tle, To those who are in
dis-tress; 3. I want to be meek and low-ly, Like Je - sus,our Friend and King;
tal snow; 4. I want to be pure and ho - ly, As pure as the crys
I want to be true and faith-ful, And ev - 'ry command o-bey. To com-fort the brok-en heart-ed, With sweet words of ten-der-ness. I want to be strong and ear-nest, And souls to the Sav-ior bring. I want to love Je - sus dear - ly, For Je-sus loves me, I know,
Faith Will e'er Prevail.
COPYRIGHT, 1806, BY E. O. EXCELL.
WORDS AND MUSIC.
FRANK M. DAVIS.
an - chor strong that will sure - ly hold Tho' the an - chor strong that is ground-ed deep In
my an - chor strong that will sirm - ly hold Thro' the
Christ my Lord, Who the winds and waves control, Faith will e'er pre
cabled strong To the Rock that cannot move.
wa-ters cold Chill my last ex-pır - ing breath. Faith will e'er Leteci
lieve the word of my risen Lord: Faith will e'er pre-vail.
No. 68. Onward, Christian Soldiers !
Arr. by SULLIVAN.
On-ward Christian sol-diers! march-ing as to war, with the cross of
At the sign of tri-umph Satan's host doth flee; On then, Christiao 3.
Like a might-y ar-my nioves the Church of God;Brothers, we are 4. On - ward, then, ye people, Join our hap-py throng, Blend with ours your