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EDITA G. CHERRY.
I. ALLAN SANKEY.
1. I have heard Thy voice, Lord Je-sus, Say-ing in Thy grace di - vine, 2. I have nothing worth Thy taking, Thou, whom heav'nly hosts a-dore ! 3. For the words that now Thy children Whisper up-ward falt'ring - ly,
"Fear thou not, I have redeem'd thee; I have call’d thee, thou art Mine.”
But my heart is long-ing, yearning, To be Thine for ev - er - more.
All for Je - - - - sus! All for Je.sus All for
Je-sus! All for Je-sus!
morn - ing light, And talk of all Thy truth at night. tune be found, Like Da - vid's harp, of sol - emn sound. bright they shine! How deep His coun - sels, how di - vine!
Just for To-Day.
“As thy days, so sball thy strength be.”—DEUT. 33: 25. EBEN E. REXFORD.
VICTOR H. BENKE.
1. My Fa-ther, this I ask of Thee; Knowing that Thou wilt grant the plea, -2. I do not ask a lift - ed load, Nor for a smooth and thornless road; 3. Strength for the present hourand need—This giv-en, then I'm blest in-deed, 4. Strength for to-day, that I may make Some sad souls glad, for Je-sus' sake;
Strength for each tri-al and each task, What more, my Fa-ther, should I ask ?
Just as I need it, day by day, Strength for my weakness, -this I pray.
No Night There
u For there shall be no night there."-REV. 21 : 25. JOHN R. CLEMENTS.
(Solo or Semi Chorus.)
1. In the land of fade-less day Lies “the city four-square,” It shall
And they count not time by years, For there is “nonight there."
The Blessed Rock.
“And that Rock was Christ.”—1 Cor. 10: 4.
GRACE J. FRANCES.
HUBERT P, MAIN.
1. ’Mid the wild and fear-ful blast, I have reached the Rock at last; 2. Wrecked by sin and tempest tossed, Compass, chart and an-chor lost, 3. Rock, that hides my trembling soul From the storms that darkly roll; 4. When be - yond the vale of night, I shall soar to realms of light;
Help-less, weak and sore dis-mayed, To the cross I'll cling for aid.