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" Yet there is room.". Imf“ YET there is room !" The Lamb's 5mf“ Yet there is room !" Still open
bright hall of song, salong; stands the gate, With its fair glory, beckons thee The gate of love ; it is not yet too p Room, room, (cres) still room!
late. dim Oh, enter, enter now !
6 f Pass in, pass in! The banquet is p Day is declining, and the sun is low;
for thee; The shadows lengthen, light makes That cup of everlasting love is free.
7 f All heaven is there, all joy ! Go in, f The bridal hallis filling for the feast;
(win. Pass in, pass in, and be the Bride- The angels beckon thee the prize to groom's guest.
8 f Louder and sweeter sounds the lov4 f It fills, it fills, that hall of jubilee :
ing call ; Make haste, make haste; 'tis not too Come, lingerer, come; enter that full for thee.
festal hall! Amen.
haste to go.
“ The Word of the Lord endureth for cver."
Who recount the treasure,
By Thy Word imparted
To the simple-hearted ?
Succour to the living ;
dim Word of life, supplying cres Message of salvation.
PP Comfort to the dying ! ? + When the storms are o'er us 6 cres Oh, that we, discerning And dark clouds before us,
Its most holy learning, cres Then its light directeth
Lord, may love and fear Thee, And our way protecteth.
f Evermore be near Thee! Amen.
The Master is come and calleth for thee." mf I HEAR Thy welcome voice To perfect hope and peace and trust, That calls me, Lord, to Thee,
For earth and heaven above. For cleansing in Thy
precious blood That flowed on Calvary.
4 mf'Tis Jesus who confirms
The blessed work within, f I am coming, Lord,
By adding grace to welcomed grace, Coming now to Thee!
Where reigned the power of sin. dim Wash me, cleanse me, in the blood That flowed on Calvary. 5 mf And He the witness gives
To loyal hearts and free, p Though coming weak and vile,
That every promise is fulfilled, cres Thou dost my strength assure;
If faith but brings the plea.
6 cres All hail, atoning blood !
All hail, redeeming grace! f 'Tis Jesus calls me on
All hail, the gift of Christ our Lord, To perfect faith and love,
f Our Strength and Righteousness !
W. WHEALL, Mus. Bac.
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174 “Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us."
! Tmf VAIN are the hopes the sons of men 4 f Jesus, how glorious is Thy grace Upon their works have built ;
When in Thy name we trust, P Their hearts by nature are unclean, Our faith receives a righteousness Their actions full of guilt.
That makes the sinner just. 2 mf Silent let Jew and Gentile stand, 5o And shall we then go on to sin, Without one vaunting word,
That grace may more abound? P And, humbled low, confess their guilt cresGreat God, forbid that such a thought Before heaven's righteous Lord.
Should in our breast be found ! 3mf No hope can on the law be built 6mf With Christ the Lord we died to sin; Of justifying grace ;
cres With Him to life we rise, The law that shows the sinner's guilt To life which, now begun on earth, p Condemns him to his face.
Is perfect in the skies.
cres We now are slaves no more ;
Our freedom to restore. Amen.
175 "Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm of the Lord revealed!*
Behold a Man of woe !
Through all His life below. 2 mf The Saviour comes ! No outward 5 P Yet all the griefs He felt were ours,
Bespeaks His presence nigh;(pomp Ours were the woes He bore : No earthly beauty shines in Him Pangs, not His own, His spotless soul 'To draw the carnal eye.
PP With bitter anguish tore. 3 mf Fair as a beauteous tender flower 6 p We held Him as condemned by Amidst the desert grows,
Anoutcast from His God; [Heaven, So, slighted by a rebel race,
While for our sins He groaned, He The heavenly Saviour rose.
Beneath His Father's rod. [bled, 7 mf His sacred blood hath washed our souls
From sin's polluted stain ;
f Revived our souls again. Amen.
ARTHUR H. BROWN.
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176 "I am the good Shepherd: the good Shepherd giveth His life for the sheep.” Im SOULS of men, why will ye scatter, 5mf For, the love of God is broader
Like a crowd of frightened sheep? Than the measures of man's mind;
Is most wonderfully kind.
In the blood that has been shed ; As the Saviour, who would have us There is joy for all the members cres Come and gather round His feet? In the sorrows of the Head. 3 mf There's a wideness in God's mercy, 7 p Pining souls, come nearer Jesus ; Like the wideness of the sea ;
And oh, come not doubting thus, There's a kindness in His justice, cres But with faith that trusts more bravely Which is more than liberty.
His huge tenderness for us. 4 € There is no place where earth's sorrows 8 f If our love were but more simple,
Are more felt than up in heaven ; We should take Him at His word; There is no place where earth's failings And our lives would be all sunshine Have such kindly judgment given. In the sweetness of our Lord. Amen.
I will pour out My Spirit upon all flesh.” imfO SPIRIT of the living God, 3mf Be darkness, at Thy coming, light; In all Thy plenitude of grace,
Confusion, order, in Thy path ; Where'er the foot of man hath trod, Souls without strength inspire with Descend on our apostate race.
Bid mercy triumph over wratii. (might;' 2mf Give tongues of fire and hearts of love, 4 mfo Spirit of the Lord, prepare
To preach the reconciling Word; All the round earth her God to meet; cres Give power and unction from above, cres Breathe Thou abroad like morning air Whene'er the joyful sound is heard. Till hearts of stone begin to beat.
5 f Baptize the nations; far and nigh
The triumphs of the cross record ;