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No. 49. Come Unto Me, Ye Weary.
“Come unto me, all ye that labor; and I will give you rest.”—Matt. 11: 28. FANNY J. CROSBY.
GEO. C. STEBBINS.
1. Come un - to Me, ye wea · ry, 2. Come un - to Me, ye wea - ry, 3. Come un - to Me, ye wea - ry, 4. Come un - to Me, ye wea - ry;
Sor-row-ing ones op - pressed ;
I am your ten - der Shep-herd, Wait-ing to give you rest.
Come, come, come un - to
Me, Wea - ry and sore dis - tressed;
Come, come, come un - to Me, Come un - to Me and
Moment by Moment.
“I the Lord do keep it: I will water it every moment : lest any hurt it,
I will keep it night and day." -ISA. 27 : 3. D. W. WHITTLE.
1. Dy - ing with Je - sus, by death reck-oned mine; Liv - ing with 2. Nev - era tri - al that He is nou there, Nev - er a 3. Nev - er a heart-ache, and nev - er a groan, Nev - er a 4. Nev - er a weak - ness that He doth not feel, Nev - er a
Je - sus, a new life di - vine; Look - ing to Je - sus 'till bur - den that He doth not bear, Nev - era sor - row that tear - drop and nev - era moan; Nev - era dan - ger but sick - ness that He can - not heal; Mo - ment by mo- ment, in
glo - ry doth shine, Moment by mo-ment, O Lord, I am Thine. He doth not share, Mo-ment by mo-ment I'm un- der His care. there on the throne, Mo-ment by mo-ment He thinks of His own. woe or in weal, Je - sus, my Sav-iour, a - bides with me still.
Mo - ment by mo- ment I'm kept in His love;
Mo- ment by
glo - ry doth shine; Mo-ment by mo-ment, O Lord, I
1. Up - on the gos - pel's sa - cred page The gathered beams of a - ges shine; 2. On mightier wing, in loft - ier flight, From year to year does knowledge soar; 3. More glorious, still, as cen-turies roll, New regions blest, new pow'rs unfurled, 4. Flow to re-store, but not de-stroy; As when the cloudless lamp of day
And, as it hast - ens, ev - ery age But makes its brightness more divine.
Under His Wings.
“ Hide me under the shadow of thy wings.”—PA, 17: & Rev. W.O. CUSHING.
Solo OR DUET.
IRA D. SANKEY.
1. Un - der His wings I am safe - lya - bid - ing; Tho' the night 2. Un - der His wings, what a ret - uge in sor - row! How the heart 3. Un- der His wings, O what precious en - joy-ment! There will I
know He will keep me; He bas redeemed me, and I am His child. balm for my heal - ing, There I find com-fort, and there I am blest. e - vil can harm me; Rest-ing in Je-sus I'm sate ev-er more.
Under His wings, under His wings, Who from His love can sev-er?
Under His wings my soulshall abide, Safe-ly a - bide for- ev - er.
Take Time to be Holy.
"Be ye holy: for I am the Lord your God.”—LEV. 20: 7. W. D. LONGSTAFF.
GEO. C. STEBBINS.
A - bide in Him al - ways, And feed on His Word;
Make friends of God's chil - dren, Help those who are weak,
Je - sus, Like Him thou shalt be;
sor - row, Still fol - low thy Lord, Thus
is Spir - it To fount-ains of
noth - ing His
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