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No. 54. Jesus of Nazareth Lasseth By.
"He heard that is was Jesus of Nazareth."-MARK 10: 47. EMMA CAMPBELL.
THEO. E. PERKINS, by per,
1. What means this ea - ger, anxious throng, Which moves with busy haste along, 2. Who is this Je-sus? Why should He The cit-y move so might-i - ly?
These wondrousgatheringsday by day? What means thisstrangecommotion pray?
A pass-ing stranger, has He skill To move the mul - ti - tude at will?
Jesus of Nazareth.—Concluded.
3 Jesus! 'tis He who once below
15 Ho! all ye heavy-laden, come! Man's pathway trod, ʼmid pain and woe; Here's pardon, comfort, rest, and home. And burdened ones, where'er He came, Ye wanderers from a Father's face, Brought out their sick, and deaf, and Return, accept His proffered grace. The blind rejoiced to hear the cry: (lame, Ye tempted ones, there's refuge nigh, “Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”
“Jesus of Nazareth passeth by.”
Again He comes! From place to place 16 But if you still this call refuse,
And all His wondrous love abuse, He pauseth at our threshold—nay, Soon will He sadly from you turn, He enters—condescends to stay.
Your bitter prayer for pardon spurn. Shall we not gladly raise the cry— “Too late! too late!" will be the cry“ Jesus of Nazareth passeth by
“Jesus of Nazareth has passed by.”
"My beloved is mine."-SONG OF SOLOMON 2: 16. Mrs. CATHERINE J. BONAR, 1843.
T. E. PERKINS, by per.
1. Fade, fade each earth-ly joy, Je - sus is mine! Break ev' - ry
Earth has no rest-ing place, Jesus a- lone can bless, Je - sus is mine!
Left but a dis- mal void, Je-sus has sat-is - fied, Je sus is mine! Welcome,sweet scenes of rest, Welcome,my Saviour's breast, Je - sus is mine!
Bringing in the Sheaves.
“The harvest is the end of the world.”—MATT. 13: 39. KNOWLES SHAW.
GEORGE A. MINOK, by por.
1. Sowing in the morning, sowing seeds of kindness, Sowing in the noon-tide 2. Sowing in the sunshine, sowing in the shadows, Fearing neither clouds nor 3. Going forth with weeping, sowing for the Master, Tho' the loss sustain'd our
and the dew-yere; Waiting for the harvest, and the time of reaping, winter's chilling breeze; By and by the harvest, and the la - bor end-ed, spir - it oft - en grieves; When our weeping's over, He will bid as welcome,
We shall come, re - joic-ing, bringing in the sheaves. Bringing in the sheaves,
bringing in the sheaves, We shall come, re-joic-ing, Bringing in the sheaves;
Bringing in the sheaves,
We shall come, rejoicing,
Bringing in the sheaves.