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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.
Far from the safe, quiet harbor we rode, Seeking our Father's ce-les-tial a-bode,
Prom-ise of which on us each He bestowed, We're homeward bound, homeward bouvd.
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
Resting safely on the Rock; On the Rock, the solid Rock, Resting safely on the Rock.
I WILL SING OF MY REDEEMER.
James McGranahan, (1840
par - don,
. And made me free...... cross He sealed my pardon, Paid the debt, and made me free,
and made me free.
Used by per. of The John Church Co., owners of the Copyright.
LOVE AND FAITH.
“ Wondrous Love." MRS. MARTHA M. STOCKTON, (1821–1885) 1870.
Wm. G. Fischer, (1835–
Oh, 'twas love, 'twas wondrous love! The love of God
“Crusader's Hymn.” P. M. GERMAN, 1677. TR. BY RICHARD STORRS WILLIS, (1819– ) 1850. Arr. by Richard Storrs Willis, (1819–
MORE LOVE TO THEE, O CHRIST!
“More Love.” 6s. & 4s. MRS. ELIZABETH (PAYSON) PRENTISS, (1818—1878) 1869. Theodore Edson Perkins, (1831–
Copyright, 1875, by Theo. E. Perkins.