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Revive Thy Work.

ALFRED MIDLANE,

JAMES MCGRANAHAN.

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1. Re vive Thy work, O Lord! Thy might - y arm make bare; 2. Re vive Thy work, O Lord! Dis - turb this sleep of death; 3. Re - vive Thy work, O Lord! Cre - ate soul - thirst for Thee; 4. Re - vive Thy work, O Lord! Ex alt Thy pre

cious jame;

Speak with the voice that wakes the dead, And make Thy peo - ple hear. Quick-en the smould’ring em-bers now By Thine Al-might - y breath. But hun-g'ring for the bread of life, Oh, may our spir - its be! And, by the Ho - ly Ghost, our love For Thee and Thine in - flame.

CHORUS.

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Re - vive!...... vive.......... And give re - fresh-ing showers;
Re-vive Thy work! re-vive Thy work! And give, oh give, re-freshi-ng show'rs;

The glo - ry shall be

all Thine own; The bless-ing shall be

ours.

Copyright, 1887, by James McGranahan.

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O It is Jesus.

INA DULEY OGDON.

D. B. TOWNER.

1. On-ly a sin - ner, hum-ble and low, No one to love

me, 2. On - ly a sin • ner, sore - ly dis - mayed, Tempted and fall · en, 3. On-ly a sin - ner, wea - ry my feet, Lone-ly my jour - ney, 4. O it is Je - sus, low - ly and meek, Wait-ing for me my

no where to go; Beat-en and driv - en, wretch-ed in - deed, plead-ing for aid; Dan-gers sur-round me, dark is the night, where is re treat? Dy - ing a • far from com-fort - ing love, par - don to speak; Yes, it is Je · sus, on Him I call,

CHORUS.

0 it is Je - sus!

Who is the Friend to pit - y my need?
Where is the One to guide me a • right?
Who is the Friend my ref-uge to prove?
Je • sus, my joy, my life and my all!

Je

lone, Dy-ing for me, my sin to a - tone;

0 it is

• sus a

ad lib.

Je-sus! there may I go,

Je-sus will hear me! Je-sus will know!

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

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And holds me with His arm of love-He will not let me
If I but lift my heart in prayer, He will not let me
His voice I nev - er fail to hear—"I will not let thee

fall. fall. fall.'

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Full Surrender.

REBECCA 8, POLLARD.

COPYRIGHT, 1901, BY DANIEL 8. TOWNER.

D. B. TOWNER.

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i. Sav-iour,'tis a full sur - ren - der, All I leave to fol - low Thee; 2. As I come in deep con - tri - tion At this con cra - ted hour, 3. No with-hold-ing-full con-fess-ion, Pleasures, rich-es, all must flee; 4. Be this theme my song and sto - ry Now and un - til life is o'er; 5. Oh, the joy of full sal - Vå - tion! Oh, the peace of love di - vine!

Thou my lead - er and de- fend - er From this hour shalt ev - er

bel Hear, 0 Christ, my heart's pe - ti-tion, Let me feel the Spir - it's power! Ho - ly Spir - it, take pos - ses-sion, I

no more,

but Thou in me! This my rapt- ure, this my glo - ry, Till I reach the shin - ing shore! Oh, the bliss of con - se - cra- tion-I am His, and He is mine!

CHORUS.

I sur

I sur - ren - der all!

I sur-ren • der all!

ren - der all!

I bur - ren - der all!

All I have

I

bring to Je

sus, I sur - ren

der all!

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