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LORD, MY HEART IS RESTED.
Geo. F. Rosche, (1855–
1. Lord, my heart is rest-ed, strengthened, By this qui - et hour with Thee;2. Here Thy peacelike mu-sic steal - ing Stills all dis-cord, tumult, strife,3. For more per - fect self-sur-ren - der, For a clos er walk with Thee!
In the sun-shine of Thy pres-ence, Earthly gloom and shad-ows flee. Fills the heart with ten-der yearnings For a
no - bler, sweet-er life. For a meek and qui- et spir - it, From all car - nal, sins set free.
Lord, while still on earth a pil-grim, I would in Thy love a - bide;
Lord while still on earth a pil-grim, I would in Thy love a - bide;
Safely through life's shades and sunshine, Keep meev near Thy side.
Safely through life's shades and sunshine, Keep meever near Thy side.
food, Help-ing the need
y, tears, Com-fort-ing sor - row,
come, Res - cu - ing sin ners, By permission of Will L. Thompson & Co., East Liverpool, Ohio.
Nev - er cease trying, Liv-ing or dy-ing, Work -ing for God and love.
HEAVENLY FATHER, I WOULD PRAY.
“Heavenly Father.” 7s. & 5s. J. H. KURZENKNABE, (1840–
J. H. Kurzenknabe, (1840,
1. Heavenly Fa-ther,
I would pray,
I would ask For
gen - tle
Teach me what to Help Thou me my Guard my steps on
How to ev - ery
task Faith-ful ev ery side, Lest I
hon - or
Thee. to ful - fill. go а stray.
Per. J. H. Kurzenknabe.
each one Use them, make each
a bless - ing Garnered for
e - ter - ni - ty.
Copyright, 1899, by S. S. B. of R. C.
1. Gal - i - lee, bright Gal - i - lee, Hallowed thoughts we turn to thee! 2. Once a - long that rug-ged shore, He, who all
sor-rows bore, 3. Wild the night on Gal- i - lee; Loud - ly roared the an - gry sea, 4. Still in lov · ing ten-der-ness Doth the Mas - ter wait to bless ;
Wo-ven through thy his - to - ry, Gleams the charm - ing mys-ter - y
the toss -ing wave Je - sus walked, His own to saveStill His touch up - on the soul Bring-eth balm and ma-keth whole;
Of the life of One who came, Bear-ing grief, re-proach, and shame, Heal - ing all who came in faith, Call-ing back the life from death. Calmed the
mult by His will, On - ly say-ing, “Peace, be still!" Still He com - forts mourning hearts, Life and joy and peace im - parts;
Sa-vior of the world to be; “God with us King of kings from heaven was He, Though so poor Ru - ler of the storm was He, On the ra Still the sin-ner's Friend is He, As of old
by Gal - i - lee! by Gal - i - lee! ging Gal - i . lee! by Gal - i . lee!
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