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My Jesus, I Love Thee.
A. J. GORDON.
Je - sus,
I love Thee, I know Thou art mine; For Thee all the 2. I love Thee be - cause Thou hast first lov - ed me, And purchased my 3. I will love Thee in life, I will love Thee in death, And praise Thee as 4. In man-sions of glo ry and end - less de - light I'll ev - er
fol - lies of sin I re - sign; My gra - cious Re - deem - er, my par
don on Cal - va - ry's tree; I love Thee for wear - ing the long as Thou lend - est me breath, And say, when the death-dew lies dore Thee in heav - en 80 bright; I'll sing with the glit ter - ing
Arr. by J. H. STOCKTON.
1. The great Phy - si - cian now is near, The sym - pa - thiz - ing Je - sus; 2. Your man - y sins are all for-giv'n,-0 hear the voice of Je - sus; 3. His name dis - pels my guilt and fear, No oth - er name but Je - sus; 4. The chil-dren, too, both great and small, Who love the name of Je sus,
The Great Physician.
He speaks, the droop-ing heart to cheer; O hear the voice of Je-sus.
your way in peace to heav'n, And wear a crown with Je - sus. O how my soul de- lights to hear The charm-ing name of Je-sus. May now ac-cept the gra-cious call To work and live for Je - sus.
1. I hear Thy welcome voice, That calls me, Lord, to Thee, For cleansing in Thy 2. Tho'coming weak and vile, Thou dost my strength assure; Thou dost my vileness 3. 'Tis Je - sus calls me on To per-fect faith and love, To perfect hope, and
now to Thee! Wash me, cleanse me, in the blood That ilowed on Cal-va - ry!
low - ly,
I bow in thy sight; How shall a stained conscience Dare gaze on Thy slow - ly This na-ture of mine? Stamp deeply Thy like-ness Where Satan's hath who - ly This tem-ple of Thine; Now cast out each i - dol, Here set up Thy
face, E'en tho' in Thy pres - ence Thou grant me place? been; Ex - pel with Thy bright-ness My dark-ness and sin! throne, Reign, reign with-out ri - val, Su - preme and · lone!
Hal-le-lu-jah, Thine the glo-ry! Hal-le-lu-jah, A-men! Re-vive us a-gain!
Jesus Paid It All.
Mrs. E. M. HALL.
JOHN T. GRAPE.
1. I hear the Saviour say: “Thy strength indeed is small; Child of weakness, 2. Lord, now in-deed I find Thy power, and Thine a-lone, Can change the 3. For noth-ing good have I Where-by Thy grace to claim; I'll
watch and pray, Find in Me thine all in all.”
All to Him I owe; Sin had left a crimson stain, He washed it white as znow!
1. There is a name I love to hear, I love to sing its worth; It sounds like 2. It tells me of a Saviour's love, Who died to set me free; It tells me 3. It tells of One, whose loving heartCan feel my deepest woe, Who in each
D.C.-Glo-ry, hon - or, and sal - va-tion, Christ, the Lord, has come to reign.