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me see.

Cleanse Thou me and make me ho - ly, And with Thine own ful
But Thy mer - cy, ev - er flow - ing, Will its mean-ing let
With Thy good-ness fill my chal - ice From Thy nev - er - fail - ing spring.
Self re-nounc-ing, all re - sign - ing, I would seek this might -y gift.

CHORUS.

Ho - ly Spir-it, Thy in - fill - ing

Is the gift for which I pray;

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The Lookout Answers “All is Well.”

RALPH ATKINSON.

COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.

ENGLISH COPYRIGHT.

D.B. TOWNER.

1. The night is dark, the waves run high, Nor moon or stars in yon-der sky; 2. I sleep up - on the bil-lows crest, Like John up-on the Masters's breast; 3. By grief and sin thy soul op-prest, And all a-round thee in un-rest, 4. No sleep e'er dims our Pi - lot's eyes, He’s e’er at - ten - tive to our cries; 5. Rest peace-ful - ly up - on the deep, For Je - sus ev-er-more will keep;

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1. Je - 'sus the Cru - ci - fied pleads for me, While He is nailed to the 2. Lord, I have left Thee, I have de - nied, Fol-lowed the world in my 3. Lord, I have done it, oh, ask not how, Wo - ven the thorns for Thy 4. Je - sus the Cru - ci - fied, in my stead, Pit - y in - car-nate, for

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COPYRIGHT, 1913, BY ERNEST O. SELLERS.

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Come Home !

COPYRIGHT, 1905, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER. Arr. by JULIA H. JOHNSTON.

ENGLISH COPYRIGHT.

D. B. TOWNER.

1. A far from home, be-set by fear, O stray-ing one, by guilt op-pressed,
2. A - rise, and seek thy Father's face; The feast of love is spread for thee;
3. The homeward path take then to-day; Thou art not left to walk a - lone;
4. Why long-er wait? thou art a son, Thy Father's house should be thy place,

Thy Sav-iour's tender plead-ing hear, He call - eth,“Come to Me, and rest!"
His par - don free, His boundless grace, Are all for Thee; O come and see!
The Spir - it waits to show the way, He safe - ly guides and keeps His own.
Thy birthright claim, 0 wand'ring one; Re- turn, and see thy Fa-ther's face!

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Come home! thy Saviour calls thee; Come home! no more in darkness roam;
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Come home! thy Father loves thee; Come home! O wayward child,come home! Come home!

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go; Launch out, launch out in the O-cean di-vine, Out where the full tides flow.

COPYRIGHT, 1891, BY A. B. SIMPSON AND R. K. CARTER,

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