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Let the Blessed Saviour In.
FANNY J. CROSBY
IRA D. SANKEY.
1. Let the bless-ed Sav-iour in (
O let Him in,) He will cleanse from 2. Still His mer-cy pleads with thee, (Yes, pleads with thee,) Come and find re3. Still in pit - y, lo, He stands (In pit · y stands,) Reaching forth His
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Do not keep Him long-er wait - ing, Let the bless - ed Sav- iour
Bright Glory Land!
“And there shall be no night there." —Rev. 21 : 25. IDA G. TREMAINE.
HUBERT P. MAIN.
1. There is a land be-yond the stars, Glo - ry Land, bright Glo-ry Land! 2. The cit - y of our God is there, Glo - ry Land, bright Glo-ry Land! 3. We lift our eyes, by faith, and see, Glo - ry Land, bright Glo-ry Land!
Be - yond the sun - set's crim-son bars, -Glo-ry Land, bright Glo - ry Land! Its jas - per walls with beau - ty fair, Glo-ry Land, bright Glo- ry Land! Where Christ Himself the light shall be, Glo-ry Land, bright Glo - ry Land!
ze Christ Himalls with berim-son
A land of peace with-out al-loy; Of joy be-yond all earth-ly joy,
And naught its calm can e'er de-stroy,—Glo-ry Land, bright Glo - ry Land!
No. 46. The Son of God goes forth to war.
“These are they that follow the Lamb whithersoover he goeth.”—Rev. 14 : 4. REGINALD HEBER, D. D.
HENRY S. CUTLER.
1. The Son of God goes forth to war, A king - ly crown to gain; 2. The mar - tyr first, whose ea - gle eye Could pierce beyond the grave, 3. A glo-rious band, the chos - en few On whom the Spir - it came, 4. A no - ble ar-my,-men and boys, The ma - tron and the maid;
His blood - red ban- ner streams a - far: Who fol - lows in His train? Who saw his Mas - ter in the sky, And called on Him to save; Twelve val-iant saints, their hope they knew, And mocked the cross and flame: A - round the Saviour's throne re-joice, In robes of light ar - rayed:
Who best can drink His cup of woe, Tri - umphant 0 - ver pain; Like Him, with par-don on his tongue In midst of mor - tal pain, They met the ty-rant's brandished steel, The li - on's go - ry mane; They climbed the steep as-cent of heav'n Thro' per-il, toil, and pain:
Who pa - tient bears His cross be- low,-He fol - lows in His train. He prayed for them that did the wrong: Who fol - lows in His train? They bowed their necks the death to feel; Who fol - lows in their train? O God, to us may grace be giv’n To fol - low in their train.
“Yes, though I walk through the valley.”—Ps. 23: 4. Rev. W.O. CUSHING.
IRA D. SANKEY. F
1. There'll be no dark val-ley when 2. There'll be no more sor-row when 3. There'll be no more weep-ing when 4. There'll be songs of greet-ing when
Je - sus comes, There'll be no dark
val-ley when Je-sus comes; There'll be no dark valley when
Je - sus comes
no dark val-ley when Je - sus comes To gath-er His loved ones home