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1. 0 taste and see, the Lord is good, O fear Him, ye, His saints; 2. His an - gels camp round them who trust; No dan - ger shall come nigh; 3. The Lord is nigh the bro - ken heart, And sav eth all who call; 4. This poor man cried, the Lord did hear, And saved him from all fear;
There is no lack, no good with-held, Nor shall we er faint.
My soul doth make its boast in God, The hum - ble glad shall be;
O mag - ni - fy with me
the Lord, And in His Son be free.
Perfect Peace and Rest.
FRANCES R. HAVERGAL.
D. B. TOWNER.
riv - er glo - rious Is God's per- fect peace, 0 - ver all vic2. Hid - den in the hoi - low Of His bless - ed hand, Nev- er foe can 3. Ev - 'ry joy or tri al Fall-eth from a - bove, Traced up - on our
to rious In its bright in-crease; Per-fect, yet it flow - eth Full - er fol - low, Nev-er trai - tor stand; Not a surge of wor - ry, Not a di al By the Sun of Love; We must trust Him full
y, All for
Jesus is All the World to Me.
W. L. T.
COPYRIGHT, 1904, BY WILL L. THOMPSON, EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO.
WILL L. THOMPSON.
When I am sad, to Him I go, No oth - er one can cheer me so;
sad He makes me glad, He's my
ter · nal life, · ter - nal joy, He's my
friend. friend. friend. friend.
The gos - pel preached in all the world; And lo! the King draws near.
u - el
de-scends To bind thy foe in chains.