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1. Out on 0 - cean all boundless we ride, We're homeward bound, homeward bound; 2. Wild-ly the storm sweeps us on as it soars, We're homeward bound, homeward bound; 3 In - to the harbor of heaven now we glide, We're home at last, home at last;

Tossed on the waves of a rough, restless tide, We're homeward bound, homeward bound.
Look! yonder lie the bright heaven-ly shores, We're homeward bound, homeward bound.
Soft - ly we drift on its bright silver tide, We're home at last, home at last.

Far from the safe, quiet harbor we rode, Seeking our Father's ce-les-tial a-bode,
Steady! O pilot! stand firm at the wheel, Steady!wesoon shallout-weatherthegale;
Glo-ry to God! all our dangers are o'er; Safe-ly we stand on the ra-di-ant shore;

Prom-ise of which on us each He bestowed, We're homeward bound, homeward bouvd.
Oh! how we fly 'neath the loud creaking sail; We're homeward bound, homeward bound.
Glo - ry to God! we will shout ev-er-more, We're home at last, home at last.

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1. Out a - mid the waves of 0 - cean, Ra-ging oft in wild com-mo- tion, 2. What though darkness now surround me? What though winds be howling round me, 3. With my Sa- vior, what can harm me? Sa-tan's hosts can-not a - larm me! 4. Praise the Rock of our sal - va- tion! With in-creas - ing ad - 0 - ra- tion,

Kept se- cure - ly I am sing-ing, For to Christ my soul is clinging, Safe when Threatening me with des - 0 - la-tion? Christ the Rock is my sal - vation! Calm a

Je-sus' might-y arms en -clo-sing, Sweetly is my soul re-po-sing, Sheltered Laud and bless His name for ev - er, From whose love no force can sever! Saved, we

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Resting safely on the Rock; On the Rock, the solid Rock, Resting safely on the Rock.

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I WILL SING OF MY REDEEMER.
“My Redeemer."

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Used by per. of The John Church Co., owners of the Copyright.

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LOVE AND FAITH.
GOD LOVED THE WORLD OF SINNERS LOST.

“ Wondrous Love." MRS. MARTHA M. STOCKTON, (1821–1885) 1870.

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BEAUTIFUL SAVIOR.

“Crusader's Hymn.” P. M. GERMAN, 1677. TR. BY RICHARD STORRS WILLIS, (1819– ) 1850. Arr. by Richard Storrs Willis, (1819–

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MORE LOVE TO THEE, O CHRIST!

“More Love.” 6s. & 4s. MRS. ELIZABETH (PAYSON) PRENTISS, (1818—1878) 1869. Theodore Edson Perkins, (1831–

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Copyright, 1875, by Theo. E. Perkins.

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