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What a Change.
J. H SAMMIS.
D. B. TOWNER.
1. What a change that will be When my Sav-iour I see, And stand in the 2. What a change that will be, In the land of the free, As a - liens no 3. What a change that will be, What a glad ju - bi • lee! The lame man shall
And re-flect all His beau-ty and grace.
soon we shall see The Re-deem - er and Sav - iour we
love? With white
robe and bright crown, At His table sit down, In the beau-ti-ful cit-y
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Come, Holy Spirit.
COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY J. B. TROWBRIDGE.
J. H. SAMMIS.
J. B. TROWBRIDGE.
a - new,
1. Come, ho - ly Spir - it, and
By might - y word and deed, 2. But per - fect love and ho - li - ness, And help - ful min - is - try, 3. Send now the quick’ning pow'ra - gain; Let Truth our tongues in - spire;
Bear wit - ness with Thy cho - sen few, That all may hear and heed. Are mir a - cles of grace no less That tes
ti - fy
of Thee. A - rouse the con-scien-ces of men With mes
sa - ges
No more up - on the Proph-et's brow The flam - ing sig - net rests: Set these, Thy seal, up - on us, Lord, Our love and zeal in flame, Then to re-pent-ant sin - ners show Thy rec cil - ed face;
The mys - tic tongue no lon - ger now The word of grace at - tests.
pro - claim.
not the Phar-i - see He jus - ti - fied; But the bro - ken-heart-ed
ly are re-ceived at Cal - va - ry; To the dy - ing cap- tive guilt - y, fall - en souls who can - not rise, He is whisp’ring, “For your lieve the par - don pur-chased by His blood: For your sins He died, He
O He came to call the
sin - ners—Just the lost and hope - less
sin - ners,— Yes, He came to call the sin - ners gone
COPYRIGHT, 1918, BY CHARLES M. ALEXANDER.
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Christ, the Light.
HARRIET H. PIERSON.
COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY DANIEL B. TOWNER.
D. B. TOWNER.
1. When the clouds gath - er thick -ly, and the shad - owslie Dark and 2. For the feet that have wandered from the path a - stray, Lost in 3. O'er the hills comes the dawn-ing, with its ra-diance bright; 'Tis the
deep a-cross the way We must tread from day to day, There's a light sent to ma- zes dark and wild, By the lure of sin beguiled, Still the Day - star is Sun of Righteousness Come to heal a world's distress; Soon His rays will il
cheer us; lo, it gleams on high, Like a bea-con in the mid-night sky. point-ing to the shin - ing way, Leading up-ward to the gates of day. lu - mine all the earth's dark night With a glo - ry from the heav'n-ly height.