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NOT TO BE TAKEN AWAY
F. H. Jacobs and I. Allan Sankey
AT THE REQUEST
OF GREATER NEW YORK
The Biglow & Main Co.
135 FIFTH AVE., COR. 20TH ST.
Cloth Bound Edition, gold stamp, 25c. per copy; 3c. extra, by mail.
Wilton Merle Smith
E. D. Sniffen
Ernest M. Stires
John Seely Ward
Henry Marsh Warren J. Griffin Daughtry James Hunter J. T. Reeve
James M. Whiton John B. Devins W.R. Huntington J. B. Remensnyder David G. Wylie Cleveland H. Dodge E. Francis Hyde Wm. R. Richards James Yereance
1. He who safely keep - eth, Slumbers not, nor sleepeth; Tho' by all the
world for-sak-en, Wherefore should I fear? That which He hath spo-ken love that hides me In His se- cret place. There in faith a - bid - ing, Lord and Saviour, Comes with joy to me; In its qui - et flow - ing,
Never can be broken; Who shall harm the trusting heart When He is near?
Copyright, 1902, by The Biglow & Main Co,
1. Lead me, O my Saviour, lead me, Clos - er would I cling to Thee,
Ere the shadows gath-er round me And my way I can - not see. Fierce tempta-tions oft as - sail me And I need Thy constant care. I shall see, a - dore and praise Thee With the ransomed ev - er - more.
me, Grant Thy strength and grace di Lead me, O my Saviour, lead me, O my Saviour,Grant, o grant Thy