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W. KITCHING, arr.
I. ALLAN SANKEY.
1. Are you liv-ing for the Sav-iour? Do you trust Him all the way?
Are you walk-ing with en-joy- ment in His sun-shine day by day ?
Do you mag - ni - fy His goodness? Do you thank Him for His love?
Do you seek His constant guidance to the Home of Rest a - bove?
No. 30. y Will Sing of Thy Redemption.
FANNY J. CROSBY.
VICTOR H. BENKE.
1. 0 Thou Rock of my sal - va-tion, Hope and ref - uge of my soul, 2. Thou who didst so kind-ly watch me, Ere my heart to Thee I gave, 3. Thou who art my staff and com-fort, While this fleet-ing life shall last,
Thou wilt hide me when the tempest, And the storm - y billows roll.
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claim......... the wondrous grace......... That be- yond......... the vale and And proclaim
the wondrous grace That beyond
all is dark be - fore me, And earth - ly com- fort dies; need the con-stant wit - ness, Of Thy pro-tect - ing power; need Thy Ho - ly Spir - it, To guide my steps a - right;
I need Thy grace to help me. The tempt-er's pow'r to brave.
Wake, wake the song with a tuneful voice, Vic-to - ry
is won thro’ Christ. is won thro’ Christ. is won thro’ Christ. is won thro’ Christ.
Wash'd in the blood that makes us free Heirs of His grace thro' faith are we;
Ev - er in this our boast shall be Vic - to-ry is won thro’ Christ. O, ye redeem'd, be glad and say Vic - to - ry is won thro’ Christ. Her-ald a far the sweet re - frain Vic - to - ry is won thro’ Christ. Sing with the mill-ions gone be - fore, Vic
is won thro’ Christ.