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The Whole World.
E. E. HEWITT.
VICTOR H. BENKE.
1. The whole world needs the gos - pel, Good tid - ings from a - bove, 2. The whole world needs the gos - pel, “Go ye,” the Mas - ter said, 3. The whole world needs the gos - pel, The Word of liv - ing light;
The mes - sage of sal - va - tion Of God's re- deem - ing love. And when we do His er - rands, In His own steps we tread. To drive a - way the dark - ness Of sin's long,gloom-y night.
O be it ours to send it Wher-ev . er souls may be, For He came down from heav - en, To do His Fa - ther's will, We'll bear the bless - ed sto - ry, Like morn-ing sun - shine fair,
The whole world, the whole world, Needs now the Word of
The Whole World. —Concluded.
The whole world, the whole world, Needs Him who saveth you and me.
to be “Kept for Je - sus!" Kept, by the power of God; 2. Oh, to be “Kept for Je - sus!" Sery-ing as 'He shall choose;
to be “Kept for Je - sus!” Kept from the world a - part; to be “Kept for Je - sus!" Oh, to be all His own!
Kept, from the world un-spot - ted, Tread-ing where Je - sus trod.
Oh, to be “Kept for Je - sus!" Lord, at Thy
I would be nothing, nothing, nothing;" Thou shalt be "all in
Only to Know!
" Cause me to know the way wherein I should walk."-Ps. 143: 8.
IRA D. SANKEY.
1. On - ly to know that the path I tread Is the path marked out for me; 2. On - ly to know when the day is past, And the eve’ning shad-ows come,
- ly to know that the cross I see, Is the cross of Cal - va - ry, On - ly to know His peace with-in-My will to His re-signed;
. That the way, tho' thorn - y, rough, and steep, Will lead me nearer to Thee! That its tri-als and cares have proved in- deed A “day's march nearer home!” On which the world's Re-deem-er died, To pur-chase life for me! Oh, fill me with Thy full- ness, Lord, And make me whol- ly Thinel
Near- er to Thee! near-er to Theel Bless - ed Re-deem - er, to Theel
On - ly to know that the path I tread Is bringing me nearer to Thee!
Christ, My AII.
“But Christ is all and in all."-COL. 3: 11. GRACE J. FRANCES.
HUBERT P. MAIN.
1. I would ev - er fol - low Thee, Christ, my all; Christ, my
Thou art more than life to me, Christ, my all; Christ, my all; 'Tis my com - fort day and night, Christ, my all; Christ, my all; Help me now to live for Thee, Christ, my all; Christ, my all;
As a child I would be - lieve, And Thy gift of grace re - ceive;
Let me ne'er Thy Spir - it grieve, Christ, my all; Christ, my all.
FANNY J. CROSBY.
Never Give Up.
1. ALLAN SANKEY.
1. Nev - er be sad or despond - ing If thou hast faith to be - lieve; 2. What if thy burdens op-press thee; What tho' thy life may be drear; 3. Nev - er be sad or despond - ing, There is a mor-row for thee;
Grace 1... che du - ties be - fore thee Ask of thy God and re-ceive. Look on the side that is bright-est, Pray and thy path will be clear. Soon thou shalt dwell in its brightness There with the Lord thou shalt be.
Nev - - er give up, ........... Nev - - er give up, ......... Never give up, never give up, Nev-er give up, never give up,
never sive up