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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!"
Jesus Pleads for Me.
J. SPARROW SIMPSON.
E. 0. SELLERS.
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
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!