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Lord,...... Sing when your trials are greatest, Trust in the Lord and take heart. trust in the Lord,
FANNY J. CROSBY.
HUBERT P. Main.
1. Glid-ing o'er life's fit - ful wa - ters, Heav - y surg - es sometimes roll; 2. Oft we catch a faint re - flec- tion of its bright and ver- nal hills; 3. 'Tis the wea-ry pilgrim's Home-land, Where each throbbing care shall cease,
And we sigh for yon - der ha - ven, For the Home-land of the soul. And, tho' dis - tant, how we hail it! How each heart with rap- ture thrills! And our long-ings and our yearnings, Like a wave, be hush'd to peace.
1. He that guard-eth Is - ra - el Slum-bers not, nor
0 - ver all who trust in Him Faith - ful watch He keeps. Sooth - ing with His gen - tle voice Ev - ery anx - ious fear. Songs at night He giv - eth us, Songs from Heaven a - bove.
FANNY J. CROSBY.
Saved by Grace.
Geo. C. STEBBINS.
ở bờ. 1. Some day the sil - ver cord will break, And I no more as now shall sing; 2. Some day my earth-ly house will fall, I can- not tell how soon 'twill be, 3. Some day, wben fades the golden sun Beneath the ro • sy - tint-ed west, 4. Some day; till then I'll watch and wait, My lamp all trimm’dand burning bright,
COPYRIGHT, 1894, BY THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO.
Blessed be the Name.
“Blessed be the name of the Lord.”—Psa. 113: 2. JOHN NEWTON, arr.
Arr. by IRA D. SANKEY.
1. How sweet the name of Je • sus sounds, Bless-ed be
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name of the Lord, (of the Lord,) It soothes our sorrows, heals our wounds, name of the Lord, (of the Lord,) 'Tis man-na to the hun-gry soul, name of the Lord, (of the Lord,) And E - vil tempts my soul in vain,
Blessed be the Name.—Concluded.
It soothes our sorrows, heals our wounds, Blessed be the name of the Lord. 'Tis man - na to the hun-gry soul, Blessed be the name of the Lord. And e - vil tempts my soul in vain, Blessed be the name of the Lord.
Show Me Thy Way.
ANON. Arr. F. J. C.
I. ALLAN SANKEY.
1. Show ine Thy way, O Lord, And make it plain: 1 would 0-
bey Thy word,-Speak yet a • gain. I would not take one step un. wil - ders me, Cloud-ing my sight; Hold Thou my hand, and keep me morn-ing chase My doubt and fear? When shall I see the place where doubt Thy word, My hopes ful - fil. How can I per - ish, if in
til I know which way it is that Thou would'st have me go. near Thy side: I dare not go a - lone: be Thou my guide. day and night Shall come not, for Thy glo - ry is its light ? Thee I hide; Je • sus, my Com - fort - er, my Hope and Guide!