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1. He knows the bitter, wea-ry way, The endless striv-ing day by day,
2. He knows how hard the fight has been, The clouds that come our lives between,
3. He knows when faint and worn we sink, How deep the pain, how near the brink
4. He knows-oh, tho't so full of bliss! For though on earth our joys we miss,

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He Knows it All!

COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.
ENGLISH COPYRIGHT.

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Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.

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THOMAS OLIVERS.

O Thou God of My Salvation.

1. 0 Thou God of 2. Tho' un-seen, I

my salvation, My Re-deem - er from all sin; love the Sav - iour, He hath bro't sal - va- tion near; 3. While the angel choirs are crying, "Glo-ry to the great I Am,"

4. An gels now are hov-'ring round us, Un - per-ceived among the throng;

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Moved by Thy di- vine com-pas- sion, Who hast died my heart to win, Man i-fests His par-d'ning favor; And when Jesus doth ap- pear, I with them will still be vying-Glory, glory to the Lamb! Won-d'ring at the love that crowned us, Glad to sing the holy song;

D. B. TOWNER.

I will praise Thee, I will praise Thee, Where shall I Thy praise begin?
Soul and body, soul and bod - y Shall His glo-rious image bear,
0 how pre-cious, O how pre-cious Is the sound of Jesus' name!
Halle lujah, hallelujah, Love and praise to Christ be-long!

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I will praise Thee, I will praise Thee, Where shall I Thy praise begin?
Soul and body, soul and body, Shall His glo-rious image bear.
0 how pre-cious, O how pre-cious Is the sound of Jesus' name!
Hallelujah, halle - lu - jah, Love and praise to Christ be - long!

COPYRIGHT, 1918, BY CHARLES M. ALEXANDER. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED.

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JAMES M. GRAY.

1. If any man thirst, let him come un-to Me, Let him 2. If any man thirst, let him come un- to Me, Let him 3. If any man thirst, let him come un-to Me, Let him 4. If any man thirst, let him come un- to Me, Let him

Let him come!

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Let Him Come.

COPYRIGHT, 1899, BY D. B. TOWNER.

Let him free

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come! Who-ever may hear let him come without fear, Let him come!. come! Wher-ev -er he dwell, in a pal-ace or cell, Let him come! come! The greater the need let it has-ten his speed, Let him come! come! "When-ever he may," is a call for to-day, Let him come!

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