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I will praise Thee, I will bless Thee, For the peace Thy love be-stows,
And the fountain Thou hast opened, That to all so
free - ly flows.
The Story Must be Told.
“It is the power of God unto salvation."-Rom. 1: 16. FANNY J. CROSBY.
IRA D. SANKEY.
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the pre-cious gos - pel sto - ry, How it tells of love to all, the bless - ed gos - pel sto - ry, Of His meek and low - ly birth,-the wondrous gos - pel sto - ry; There is life in ev -'ry word;
How the Sav-iour in com- pas - sion, Died to save us from the fall; And the wel-come of the an - gels When they sang good-will to earth;There is hope and con - so - la - tion, Where the message sweet is heard;
How He came to seek the lost ones, And to bring them to His fold ;Of the cross, on which He suffered, -As by proph-ets seen of old, Let us tell it to the wea - ry, And its beau-ties all un - fold;
누음 Let us hast - en to pro-claim it, For the sto - ry must be told. Of His death and res - ur - rec- tion, Let the sto - ry now be told.. 'Tis the on- ly guide to heav - en, And the sto - ry must be told.
1. Je - sus calls us, o'er the tu - mult Of our life's wild, rest-less sea ; 2. Je - sus calls us from the wor-ship Of the vain world's golden store; 3. In our joys and in our sor - rows, Days of toil and hours of ease, 4. Je - sus calls us! by Thy mer-cies, Saviour, may we hear Thy call;
Day by day His sweet voice sound-eth, Say-ing, Chris - tian, fol-low me! From each i - dol that would keep us, – Say-ing, Christian, love me more ! Still He calls, in cares and pleas-ures,—Christian, love me more than these! Give our hearts to Thy 0 . be - dience, Serve and love Thee best of all !
Sunshine on the Hill.
“Until the day break and the shadows flee away."-SOL. SONG 2: 17. FANNY J. CROSBY.
CHAS. H. GABRIEL.
--748- .1. There are shadows in the val - ley, Where our tir - ed feet must go; 2. There are shadows in the val - ley, But we breathe the sweet perfume 3. O, the shadows in the val - ley, Like a dream will pass a - way;
- ly, vetorious day;
And our Shepherd whispers gen-tly, As He leads us on-ward still:
“There are sha - dows in the val-ley, But 'tis sun-shine on the hill.”
1. At the cross, I was kneeling, When the Lord, Himself re- veal-ing;
Gave me peace in be - liev - ing, When I sought His mer - cy there.