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heav - i . ly pressed me,- Heard Thou my cry, O Fa- ther, Heard and defold and ress me; Cleansed Thou my sin, O Sav-iour, Cleansed and acta tions di - vest me, Comfort Thou bringest, Spir - it, Com-fort and

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Arm for the con-fict, sol-diers true. Christ our Lord is King for- ev-er-more;

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Arm For the Conflict.

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While Time is Spent.

COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY ERNEST O. SELLERS.

M. CARRIE MOORE.

E. 0. SELLERS.

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1. I do not ask, I would not know, What Time is bring-ing me; 2. The fu - ture in God's keep-ing lies, The past He doth com-mand; 3. Un - der the shad -OW of His wings I lodge while Time is spent,

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Why Dost Thou Wander Away?

COPYRIGHT, 1890, BY D. B. TOWNER.

E. G. WESLEY.

D. B. TOWNER.

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1. Why dost thou wander - way from thy Lord? Je-sus is call-ing thee home; 2. Call - ing thee home from thy sin and its tears, Je-sus is call-ing thee home; 3. All thy pol- lu- tion He wash-es way, Je-sus is call-ing thee home;

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Call - ing thee now thro' the truth of His word, Je-sus is call-ing thee home.
Call-ing thee home from thy sor-row and fears, Je-sus is call-ing thee home.
Come with thy burden, He'll not say thee nay, Je-sns is call-ing thee home.

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Now He is wait-ing the soul to re-ceive, Now He will help you

His Why not ac- cept your Re- deem-er to - night? Why will you per - ish, with Art thou un-worth-y? His blood yet a - vails; Trembling and doubting, His

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I'll Live for Him.

C. C. DUNBAR.

1. My life, my love I give to Thee, Thou Lamb of God, who died for me; 2. I now be- lieve Thou dost re-ceive, For Thou hast died that I may live; 3. 0 Thou, who died on Cal - va - ry To save my soul and make me free,

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