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Free from care, from la bor free, Lord, we would com-mune with Thee! Par - don each in firm - i
0 - pen fault and se - cret sin! Then, from sin and sor - row free, Take us, Lord, to dwell with Thee!
P. P. B.
P. P. BLISS.
1. “Al-most per-suad-ed” now to be - lieve; “Al-most per-suad-ed” 2. “Al-most per-suad-ed”-come,come to - day! “Al-most per-suad-ed”3. “Al-most per-suad-ed" — bar - vest is past! "Al-most per-suad-ed”
Christ to re . ceive; Seems now some soul to say: “Go, Spir - it, turn not a : way!
in • vites you here, An • gels are doom comes at last! "Al-most” can - not a - vail, “Al - most” is
Jo • sus
go Thy way; Some more con-ven - ient day On Thee I'll call." lingering near, Prayers rise from hearts so dear; 0 wanderer, come! but to fail; Sad, sad, that bit • ter wail: “Al-most-but lost!”