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by F. E. Belden.
FILLMORE. 8s & 7s, D.
1. Hark! the voice of Jesus call-ing, "Who will go and work to-day? Fields are white, the har-vest waiting, D. S.-Who will answer, gladly saying,
Who will bear the sheaves a way?" Loud and long the Master call-eth, "Here am I, O Lord, send me"?
F. E. BELDEN.
Rich re-ward he offers free;
You can stand among the sailors,
1. See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand, With al
PEORIA. C. M.
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der lambs, And folds them in his arms!
1. Blest Sav-iour, we thy will obey;-Not of constraint, but with de-light, 2.
- or thine
ISAAC B. WOODBURY.
914, 927, 108.
1 How blest the hour when first we gave
Bought with the Saviour's precious
2 How blest the vows we here record!
How blest the grace we here receive! Buried to rise with Christ our Lord, New lives of holiness to live.
3 How blest the solemn rite that seals
Our death to sin, our guilt forgiven! How blest the emblem that reveals
God reconciled, and peace with heaven! 4 Thus through the emblematic grave
The glorious suffering Saviour trod; Thou art our Pattern, through the wave We follow thee, blest Son of God.
S. F. Smith.
301, 431, 914.
1 OUR Saviour bowed beneath the wave,
2 His voice we hear, his footsteps trace,
DEVIZES. C. M.
1. Meek-ly in Jor-dan's holy stream The great Re-deem-er bowed; Bright was the
3 So, blessed Spirit, come to-day
S. F. Smith.
AUBER. 8s & 7s.
396, 354, 114.
Trusting in thy great sal va- tion, Which
1. Lord, in humble, sweet sub- mis- sion, Here we meet to fol
A holy life of faith, 58 Coin ( Believing what this brings to view, And what the Scripture saith.
alone can make us free.
3 Yet we come in Christian duty,
Robert T. Daniel.