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till ep - 'ry knee, bend- ed shall be, Un- to our Lord and King!
Lord, For To-morrow and its Needs.
ROSE C. MEYER.
1. Lord, for to mor-row and its
needs I do not 2. Let me both dil - i- gent- ly work, And du ly 3. Let me be slow to do my will; Prompt to 0 4. Let me
no wrong or i - dle word Un - think - ing 5. Cleanse and re - ceive my part-ing soul; Thon my 6. So for to - mor-row and its needs I
pray; pray; bey; say; stay; pray,
Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.
Moment by Moment.
D. W. WAITTLE.
1. Dy - ing with Je - sus, by death reck-oned mine; 2. Nev - era tri - al that He is not there, 3. Nev -er a heart-ache and ney - er a groan, 4. Nev - er a weak - ness that He doth not feel,
Liv - ing with Nev - er a Nev - er a Ney - era
glo - ry doth shine; Mo-ment by mo-ment, O Lord, I
Sleep Not, Soldier.
Mrs. E. C. GASKELL.
THEOBALD, KING of NAVARRE.
Arr. by D. B. T.
1. Sleep not, sol - dier of the cross, Foes are lurk-ing all a - round; 2. Up! and take thy shield and sword; Up! it is the call of heav'n; 3. Break thro' all the force of ill; Tread the might of pas - sion down; 4. Thro' the midst of toil and pain, Let this tho't ne'er leave thy breast:
Look not here to find re- pose; This is but thy bat - tle-ground. Shrink not faith-less from thy Lord; No - bly strive, as He hath striv'n. Struggling on - ward, on - ward still, To thy conqu’ring Saviour's crown. Ev 'ry tri-umph thou dost gain Makes more sweet thy com-ing rest.
Sleep not, sol- dier of the cross, Foes are lurk-ing all a - round; sleep not, sleep not,
Look not here to find re-pose; This is but thy bat-tle-ground.
COPYRIGHT, 1008, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.
L. R. M.
COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.
L. R. MINOR.
1. I've something in my heart that Je - sus gave to me, It makes me 2. My Sav-iour loosed my tongue that I might speak His praise; Since then I 3. My Sav-iour took my feet from out the mir
Since then I 4. O wea ry heart, and sad, O heav - la den soul,
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