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cause I know it's true; It sat - is-fies my longings, As noth- ing else would do. did so much for me! And that is just the rea - son, I tell it now to thee. some have nev - er heard Themes-sage of sal - va - tion From God's own ho - ly word. sing the new, new song. 'Twill be—the old, old sto - ry That I have loved so long.
No. 60. When the Mists Have Rolled Away.
sun - light falls in glad - ness On the riv - er and the rills, toila - mid the shad . Ows, And our fields are fara - part: face with those that love us, We shall know as we are known:
1. I am Thine, O Lord, I have heard Thy voice, And it told Thy love to me;
But I long to rise in the arms of faith, And be clos - er drawn to Thee. Let my soul look up with a stead-fast hope, And my will be lost in Thine. When I kneel in pray’r and with Thee, my God, I com- mune as friend with friend. There are heights of joy that I may not reach Till I rest in peace with Thee.
Copyright, 1875, by Biglow & Main,
Draw me near-er, near-er, near - er, bless - ed Lord, To Thy pre-cious, bleed-ing side.
1. Joy to the world ! the Lord is come ; Let earth re - ceive her King ; Let 2. Joy to the world! the Sav - iour reigns; Let men their songs em - ploy; While 3. He rules the world with truth and grace, And makes the na- tions prove The
yoy to the World.—Concluded.
heart pre - pare Him room, And heav'n and na - ture sing,
And floods, rocks, hills and plains, Re - peat the sound-ing joy,
Reof His right - eous - ness, And won-ders of His love,
And And heav'n,
And heav'n and na-ture
heav'n and na - ture sing,
And heav'n, And heav'n and na- ture peat the sound-ing joy,
Re - peat, Re - peat the sound - ing won - ders of His love,
And wonders, And won - ders of His sing,............ And heav'n and na- ture
sing. joy. love.
5 “Far off thou hast wandered ;
Wilt thou further roam ?
7 " Thou art friendless, homeless,
Hopeless, and undone;