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WM. J. KIRKPATRICK.
Jesus, Jesus, pre-cious Jesus! O for grace to trust Him more.
COPYRIGHT, 1882, BY WM. J. KIRKPATRICK, 2009 N. FIFTEENTH ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled.
COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY GEORGE 8. SCHULER.
MARY RAWLES JARVIS.
ev'ry need and care, The
1. O words of com - fort grant-ed For 2. When dis-ap-point-ment scat-ters Your hopes like au-tumn leaves; When 3. When past sins rise un- bid-den, spoil the present good, And 4. When health and strength are fail-ing Beneath the load of years, And
very mes-sage want-ed To chase away de-spair; This sweet command of is lost that mat-ters, And all is left that grieves; When chastisement and all the light is hid-den By some de-spond-ing mood, He whis-pers in comtoil seems un-a-vail-ing, And life is thronged with fears, "Fear not!" He saith; "In
Shall life's swift passing years now fly, And still my soul in slum - ber lie?
And base-ly His kind care re I pay? He calls me still, can I de-lay?
God Calling Yet.
God is call-ing,
God is calling,
D. B. TOWNER.
God is calling, "Come to Me;"
God is calling,
COPYRIGHT, 1913, BY CHARLES M. ALEXANDER. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT SECURED.
W. C. POOLE.
Send the Power Again.
1. There was pow'r, O 2. There was pow'r by 3. There was pow'r to 4. There was pow'r, O
Lord, in the days of old, To kindle which ev'ry tongue could speak, New life - giving set ev'ry captive free And give to Thy Lord, in the old time prayer, It thrilled ev - 'ry
send the pow'r again!
CHAS. H. GABRIEL.
And Thy promise we claim, Lord, send
We believe on Thy name,
COPYRIGHT, 1911, BY RODEHEAVER-ACKLEY CO. HOMER A. RODEHEAVER, OWNER.
the pow'r a - gain.