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London Hymn Book.
I Love Him.
STEPHEN C. FOSTER.
1. Gone from my heart the world and all its charms; Now thro' the blood I'm
Once was a slave to
2. Once I was lost, and 'way down deep in sin; 3. Once I was bound, but now I am set free;
Once I was blind, but
saved from all a-larms; Down at passions fierce within; Once was now the light I see; Once I
the cross my heart is bend-ing low; The a - fraid to meet an an-gry God, But was dead, but now in Christ I live, To
precious blood of Je-sus cleanses white as snow.
now I'm cleansed from ev'ry stain thro' Jesus' blood. I love Him, I love Him, tell the world around the peace that He doth give.
Be-cause He first loved me, And purchased my salvation on Cal-v'ry's tree.
E. A. TREVOR.
1. Come home! The Shepherd's eager call, Rings out up- on the mountains cold, 2. Come home! O wan-der-er, re-joice! Thy Shepherd's call is wondrous sweet, 3. Come home! And rest with-in the fold, Lie down be-side the wa-ters still,
Thy Saviour Calls Thee.
Come home! Its ech-oes rise and fall, To lead the wand'rer to the fold. He guides the lost ones with His voice; And homeward brings the weary feet. Raptures of love as yet un - told, Thy hun-gry, wea-ry soul shall fill.
D. B. TOWNER.
Come home! Thy
Come home! Thy Father loves thee
Come home! O wan-d'ring one, come home!
Copyright, 1912, by Chas. M. Alexander. International copyright secured.
JULIA H. JOHNSTON.
1."Who is there 2. Who will go 3. Who will go, 4. Who will
Who Will Go?
COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY J. W. HENDERSON
a-mong you"-'tis the Mas-ter's voice-"Who will bear My in pa-tience thro' the broad high-ways? Who will take the un-fear-ing harm and wear-i-ness, Walk-ing in His go, un tiring, full of faith and love, Know-ing there re
J. W. HENDERSON.
message, mak-ing Me his choice? Who for service ready by - ways, not for human praise? Who will Je go for foot-steps, break-ing hearts to bless? Who will go in pit - y, main - eth rest in heav'n a bove? Jesus, Lord and Master,
now will vol-un-teer? Let him an -swer glad - ly, while I bend to hear." where the shadows fall, In His name up lifting stray-ing ones that fall? seek-ing for the lost? Who will follow Jesus, count-ing not the cost? who has loved me so, On Thy gra-cious errands help me now to go.
*Small notes for Instrument and a few Soprano voices.
Who will listen gladly, who will make reply? Haste, O haste to
ere the day goes by! Who will listen glad ly,
Who Will Go?
who will make re-ply, "Send me on Thine er-rand, Mas-ter, here am
I Am Coming to the Cross.
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Rev. WM. MCDONALD.
CHO.-I am trust -ing, Lord, in Thee,
1. 1 am com ing to the cross; I am poor, and weak, and blind; 2. Long my heart has sighed for Thee, Long has e · vil reigned with-in, 3. Here I give my all to Thee, Friends, and time, and earthly store,
WM. G. FISCHER.
Blest Lamb of Calvary;
D. C. for Chorus.
I am counting all but dross; I shall full salvation find.
er - more.
Hum-bly at Thy cross I bow, Save me, Je - sus, save