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NEW LIVING HYMNS
(LIVING HYMNS No. 2)
FOR USE IN
The Sabbath School
The Church and Home
IN LARGE PART FROM HYMNS BEQUEATHED TO HIM BY THE LATE
PREPARATION FOR THIS BOOK
Philadelphia—JOHN J. HOOD-1024 Arch St.
Chicago: 52 Michigan Avenue
Copyright, MCMII, by John J. Hood
Price, Full Cloth, 45 Cents; $4.80 per dozen, express not prepaid.
Words Edition, $15.00 per hundred
HOSE who know LIVING HYMNS will welcome LIVING HYMNS No. 2.
If the object in publishing it were only pecuniary profit it would have been issued long ago, because of the popularity and large sale of the first
book. But LIVING HYMNS is too good a book to hastily supplant. It will not wear out, and its use will still go on, with the new No. 2 LIVING HYMNS as a valuable supple
This new book, complete in itself, contains, with some of the dear old hymns, the last thoughts and tunes that were in the brain and heart of John R. Sweney, that master singer of his time.
As the latest days of his beautiful and blessed life were spent in the preparation of LIVING HYMNS No. 2, it is the child of his heart, born when he was not far from the City of Endless Song.
While thinking and praying and whispering these songs the good man was lifted up nearer and nearer to God. So may this memorial-book be uplifting to all who use it.
Mrs. JOHN R. SWENEY, Executrix,
John R. Sweney's Intimate Friend.
1. Wait on the Lord, wait patient- ly, And thou shalt in him be blest;
2:12 5-6 D.8.-0- ver thy soul a watch he keeps, Wherever thy patb may be.
Come Boldly to the Throne of Grace.
Copyright, 1900, by Lizzie E Sweney.
D.8.-he has said “the pray'r of faith Was nev - er yet un - heard."
Come loving - ly and trusting - ly, Take Je- sus at bis word, For
By Grace Alone.
5 J. HOWARD ENTWISLE.
2 Thess, ii : 16.
a Scott TAYLOR.
SOLQ OR DUET.
1. A message sweet is borne to me On wings of joy divine; A wondrous 2. I hear the mes- sage that I love When morning dawns anew, I read it 3. Oh, wondrous grace for all mankind, That spreads from sea to sea! It heals the
message, glad and free, That thrills this heart of mine; I'm sav'd by grace, by grace a
in the sun above That shines across the blue; I hear it in the twilight sick and leads the blind, Aud sets the pris'ner free; The soul that seeks it cannot