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Able to Deliver.
" He is able to save them to the uttermost."-H&B. 7: 26. FANNY J. CROSBY.
IRA D. SANKEY.
1. Wake thou, my harp, O Mighty Love, That fills the bound-less realm a-bove; 2. Thou great First Cause of mortal good, Whose thronethro' endless years has stood, 3. The spark has kin - dled to a flame: My soul re-joic - ing in Thy name, 4. And when my spir - it flees a-way From all that cheers life's fleeting day,
Sweep thou my strings, for I would sing, Redeeming grace thro' Christ my King. In - struct my fee - ble voice to sing, Redeeming grace thro' Christ my King. Bids all with-in me join and sing, Redeeming grace thro' Christ my King. With saints around Thy throne I'llsing, Redeeming grace thro' Christ my King.
Re-deem-ing grace, re-deeming grace, That gives my soul a rest- ing place;
I'll sing, while time rolls on a - pace, Redeem-ing grace, redeeming grace.
“Without me ye can do nothing.”—John 15: 5. Mrs. ANNIE S. HAWKS.
ROBERT LOWRY, D.
1. I need Thee every hour, Most gra - cious Lord; No ten-der voice like
Every hour I need Thee; O bless me now, my Saviour! I come to Thee.
Copyright, 1900, by Mary R.'Lowry. Renewal. Used by per.
1. Lend a help-ing hand, my brother, To the wea - ry by the way, 2. Lend a help - ing hand, my brother, Some one needs your help each day, 3. In the march of life, my brother, Ma - ny fal - ter by the way,
Bow'd beneath life's heay - y burdens 'Mid the toil and heat of day;
Pass no com - rade by in si-lence, Cheerful words and smiles bestow,
Let them be as sunshine scattered All a - long their path be- low.