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The Hand that was Wounded for Me!
HARBIET H. PIERSON.
COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.
D. B. TOWNIR.
1, Tho "band that was pailed to the cross of woe, In love reach-es 2. E'en now
I can see, thro' a mist of tears, That hand still out3. The hand that wrought wonders in days of old, Holds treas-ure more
1. Smil-ing skies will bend a-bove us, When the shad-ows flee; Hearts now 2. Fet - ters nev - er-more will bind us, When the shad-ows flee; This dark 3. We shall view our home su - per - nal, When the shad-ows flee; We shall
cold a-gain will love us, When the shad-ows flee; We shall lose our care and vale will be be-hind us, When the shad-ows fee; There will be no tempest meet our King e-ter-nal, When the shadows flee; There, where death will reach us
sor - row, Troub-le nev-er-more to bor-row, On that blessed, peaceful morrow, sweeping,–In ourloving Father's keeping Weshall wake,where none are weeping, nev-er, There, where naught our hearts shall sever, We shall dwell with Christ forever,
1. There is 2. There is 3. There is 4. What-e'er
in prayer a won-drous pow'r, In-spired of God a - loni, in prayer a might - y pow'r, That draws our souls a - bove, in prayer a trust - ing pow'r, That keeps us day by day; of joy our cup may fill, What-e'er of pain we bear,
That brings to us “The Prince of Peace,” And seals our hearts His own. And makes us one in Christ the Lord, Whom, tho’ un-seen, we love. That clings to Him, our Hope, our All,' To Him, the Truth, the Way. 'Tis prayer, still prayer, the Lord com-mands; Let ev - ’ry breath be prayer.
The pow'r of prayer can nev-er
fail,........ O'er sin and death it will pre
ney - er fail.
The pow'r of prayer, when time is past, Will lead us home at last. will pre - vail;
H. L. TURNER.
O Lord Je - sus, how long, how long Ere we shout the glad song? Christ re
turneth, Hal-le - lu - jah! hal-le - lu - jah! A-men, Hal-le - lu - jah! A-men.
COPYRIGHT, 1905, BY JAMES MCGRANAHAN.
CHAS. M. ALEXANDER, OWNER.