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WE ARE LIVING, WE ARE DWELLING.

"Latter Day." 8s. & 7s. D.

BP. ARTHUR CLEVELAND COXE, (1818--1896) 1840.

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Go forth, go forth, with a loving heart, And gath-er the wanderers in!

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HARK! THE VOICE OF JESUS CALLING.

"Mission Song." 8s. 7s. D.
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1. Hark! the voice of Jesus calling,-"Who will go and work to-day? 2. If you can-not cross the ocean, And the heath - en lands ex-plore, 3. If you can-not be the watchman, Stand-ing high on Zi - on's wall, 4. While the souls of men are dying, And the Master calls for you,

Fields are white, the har-vest waiting, Who will bear the sheaves a-way?" You can find the heathen nearer, You can help them at your door. Point-ing out the path to heaven, Offering life and peace to all; Let none hear you i dly say-ing, "There is nothing

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Loud and long the Mas-ter calleth, Rich re-ward He offers free; If you cannot give your thousands, You can give the widow's mite, With your prayers and with your bounties You can do what Heaven demands; Glad-ly take the task He gives you, Let His work your pleas-ure be;

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Who will an-swer, gladly saying, "Here am I, O Lord, send me ?"
And the least you do for Je-sus, Will be precious in His sight.
You can be like faith-ful Aaron, Holding up the prophet's hands.
Answer quickly when He calleth, "Here am I, O Lord send me." A-men.

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