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OUT ON AN OCEAN ALL BOUNDLESS WE RIDE.

"Homeward Bound."

REV. WM. F. WARREN.

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1. Out on an o-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;
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to the harbor of heaven now we glide, We're home at last, home at last;

C. S. Harrington.

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Far from the safe, quiet harbor we rode,
Steady! O pilot! stand firm at the wheel,
Glo-ry to God! all our dangers are o'er;

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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.
Softly we drift on its bright silver tide, We're home at last, home at last.

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Seeking our Father's ce-les-tial a- a-bode, Steady! we soon shall out-weather the gale; Safe-ly we stand on the ra - di-ant shore;

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

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William James Kirkpatrick, (1838

Kept securely I am sing-ing, For to Christ my soul is clinging, Safe when Threatening me with des - o - la-tion? Christ the Rock is my salvation! Calm aJesus' might-y arms en-clo-sing, Sweetly is my soul re-po-sing, Sheltered Laud and bless His name for ever, From whose love no force can sever! Saved, we

Ra-ging oft in wild com-mo- tion,
What though winds be howling round me,
Sa-tan's hosts can-not a - larm me!
With in-creas - ing ad -
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comes the tempest's shock, Resting on the sol-id Rock.
mid the wildest shock, On the everlast-ing Rock.
from the fiercest shock, By the ever-blessed Rock.
wait the final shock On the strong eter-nal Rock.

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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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And His wondrous love to
How my lost es-tate to save,
His tri-um-phant power I'll tell,
And His heaven-ly love to me;

James McGranahan, (1840

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

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With His blood He purchased me; On the cross He sealed my pardon, On the

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MRS. MARTHA M. STOCKTON, (1821-1885) 1870.

LOVE AND FAITH.

GOD LOVED THE WORLD OF SINNERS LOST.

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1. God loved the world of sinners lost And ruined by the fall;
2. Even now by faith I claim Him mine, The ris
en Son of God;
3. Love brings the glorious fullness in, And to His saints makes known
4. Be-liev-ing souls, re- joi cing go; There shall to you be given
5. Of vic-tory now o'er Satan's power Let all the ran-somed sing,

"Wondrous Love."

REFRAIN.

Wm. G. Fischer, (1835- 1871)

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Copyright, 1875, by Theo. E. Perkins.

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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

) 1850.

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Lord of the nations,

Son of God and Son of man!

Glory and honor,
Praise, adoration,

Now and for evermore be Thine.

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