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Cleanse Thou me and make me ho - ly, And with Thine own ful
Ho - ly Spir-it, Thy in - fill - ing
Is the gift for which I pray;
me with Thy-self to - day.
The Lookout Answers “All is Well.”
COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY DANIEL 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;
"All is well!" "All is well!” What cheer to know that all is well!”
"All is well!” “All is well!"
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
Je - sus my Sav-iour now pleads for
Won-der of won-ders, oh,
how can it
Je - sus the
Cru - ci - fied pleads for
Come Home !
COPYRIGHT, 1905, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER. Arr. by JULIA H. JOHNSTON.
D. B. TOWNER.
1. A far from home, be-set by fear, O stray-ing one, by guilt op-pressed,
Thy Sav-iour's tender plead-ing hear, He call - eth,“Come to Me, and rest!"
Come home! thy Saviour calls thee; Come home! no more in darkness roam;
Come home! thy Father loves thee; Come home! O wayward child,come home! Come home!