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Safe in Jehovah's Keeping.
Sir ROBERT ANDERSON.
D. B. TOWNER.
1. Safe in Je - ho-vab's keep-ing, Led by His glo-rious arm, God is Him2. Safe in Je-ho-vah’s keep-ing, Safe in temp-ta-tion's hour, Safe in the 3. Sure is Je-ho-vah’s prom-ise, Naught can my hope as - sail; Here is my
tress me, Griefs may my soul an - noy;
God is my strength and por- tion,
God my ex-ceed - ing joy.
glo-rious arm, God is Himself my ref-uge, A pres-ent help from harm.
Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.
Just as You Are.
JULIA H. JOHNSTON.
HOMER A. HAMMONTREE.
1. Come, for the Sav-iour is call - ing, Come to Him, just as you 2. You need not wait to grow bet - ter, Ev-'ry such ef - fort is 3. Come as you are with-out fear-ing, Je - sus is wait-ing to 4. Come, for the Sav-iour is plead - ing, He loves and longs to for
are; .. vain;... save;. give;..
Haste, for the shad-ows are fall - ing, Gates of the night are jar ..... Je sus can break ev-'ry fet - ter, Blot out your guilt and your stain. Yes, for the vil - est of sin - ners His life a ran-som He gave... He
of-fers you free sal - va - tion, Ac-cept His par-don and live.....
Just as you are with-out wait-ing, Tho' you have wandered a
He will re-ceive, if you on-ly be-lieve, O come to Him just as you are...
COPYRIGHT, 1918, BY HOMER A. HAMMONTREE.
Glory All the Way!
COPYRIGHT, 1901, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.
J. H. SAMMIS.
D. B. TOWN
1. Saved by grace
a - lone, God's own Word be - liev - ing—It is glo - ry 2. Not a care have I since my Sav - iour
car - eth-It
is glo - ry 3. Sev-ered from the world, His dear name con fess - ing—It is glo - ry 4. Sin - ner, put your trust in this lov - ing Sav - iour-It
is glo - ry 5. Work-ing day by day, mind -ed that He
is glo - ry
glo - ry all the
33 According to Thy Gracious Word.
D. B. TOWNER.
- a - ne
1. Ac - cord - ing to Thy gra-cious Word, In meek hu- mil - i ty, 2. Geth -sem
I for-get? Or there Thy con-flict 3. When to the cross I turn my eyes, And rest on Cal - va · ry, 4. Re mem- ber Thee in all Thy pains, And all Thy love to me; 5. And when these fail - ing lips grow dumb, And mind and mem-'ry flee,