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JESUS, I COME TO THEE.
come to Thee, Longing for rest;
wear y child Safe to Thy breast.
Copyright, 1884, by John J. Hood.
MRS. SARAH FLOWER ADAMS, (1805-1848) 1841.
1 Nearer, my God, to Thee! Nearer to Thee!
) William James Kirkpatrick, (1838
E'en though it be a cross
NEARER, MY GOD, TO THEE.
Still all my song shall be:
Nearer to Thee!
2 Though, like the wanderer,
My rest a stone:
Oh, be not far from me; Lord, let me cling to Thee, On-ly to Thee.
3 There let the way appear,
In mercy given;
4 Then, with my waking thoughts
So by my woes to be
BP. REGINALD HEBER, (1783-1826) 1827.
THE SON OF GOD GOES FORTH TO WAR.
Henry Stephen Cutler, (1824
His blood red ban
ner streams a His far; Who fol-lows in Who saw his Master in the sky, And called on Him to Twelve valiant saints, their hope they knew, And mocked the cross and A-round the Savior's throne re-joice, In robes of light ar
save; flame; rayed;
O, WE ARE VOLUNTEERS.
1. O, we are volun- teers
2. The glory
in the army of the Lord, Forming in - to of our flag is the em-blem of the dove, Gleaming are our 3. O, glo-rious is the struggle in which we draw the sword, Glorious is the
line at our Cap-tain's word; We are un-der marching or
Come and join the ar my, the Of
George Frederick Root, (1820-1895)
take the bat-tle-field, And we'll ne'er give o'er the fight till the foe shall yield. earth-ly hon-ors vain, 'Tis a bright im-mor-tal crown that we seek to gain. reach from shore to shore, And His people shall be blessed for ev - er
It shall spread from sea to sea, it shall
ar - my of the Lord,
ly at His word; Sharp will be
From "Silver Chime." By permission of Messrs. S. T. Gordon & Son.