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Have Faith in God.

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COPYRIGHT, 1897, BY MAY AGNEW STEPHENS.

MAY AGNEW STEPHERB.

1. Do you

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feel down-heart-ed or dis - cour-aged? Do . you 2. Darkest night will al-ways come be - fore the dawn-ing, 3. God is might-y- He is ble to do - liv - er; Faith can

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Have Faith in God.

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1. Yes, for me, for me He car - eth, With a broth -er's ten- der care; 2. Yes, for me He stand-eth plead-ing At the mer - cy - seat a - bove; 3. Yes, in me, in me He dwell - eth–I in Him, and He in me! 4. Thus I wait for His re - turn - ing, Sing - ing all the way to heav'n;

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My Anchor Holds.

COPYRIGHT, 1902, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.

W. C. MARTIN.

D. B. TOWNER.

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gry surg-es roll On my tem • pest-driv - en soul, 2. Might-y tides a - bout me sweep, Per- ils lurk with - in the deep, 3. Troubles al-most whelm the soul, Griefs like bil - lows o’er me roll,

I am peace-ful, for I know, Wild-ly tho' the winds may blow,
An - gry clouds o'er-shade the sky, And the tem - pest ris es high;
Tempters seek to lure a-stray, Storms ob-scure the light of day,

I'vo an an - chor safe and sure, And in Christ I shall en - durel
Still I stand the tempest's shock, For my an - chor grips the Rock!
But in Christ I can be bold— I've an an - chor that shall hold!

CHORUS.

And it holds, my an
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chor bolds; Blow your wild - est, then, O my an - chor holds, Blow your wild

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gela. On my bark so small and frail, I shall nov then, O galo,

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heaven ringing, When Jesus comes. All beauty bright and vernal, When Jesus comes;

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Sing the Gospel Story.

S. D, S,

SAMUEL D. SMITH.

1 Sing the Gos - pel sto - ry, how the Lord from Glo - ry, Came to earth and 2. Sing the Gos - pel sto - ry, how the Lord from Glo - ry, Claim'd His own and 3 Sing the Gos - pel sto - ry, how the Lord from Glo - ry, From the my - ste4. Sing the Gos - pel sto - ry, how the Lord from Glo - ry, From the earth went

dwelt with men, To win them back to Him a-gain. To seek thé vile and was de-nied, Was led a - way and cru ci - fied! His life He free - ly ry of death, Tri-um-phant came with liv - ing breath, That men should see His up to heav'n, Made a place for men for - giv - en. Now is in - ter - ced

low - ly, make them pure and ho - ly, Bring them in - to joy with Him, begave, that He might an - y save Who would re-pent and trust in Him, beface, and thro' His might-y grace, Have life that is, and ev

being, pa - tient-ly is plead - ing, Bid - ding them re- turn to Him, be

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Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.

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