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3 Jesus calls the glad ones and the sad ones too,
Rich and poor, the high and low, the false and true;
Brother sister! hearken, and lay hold anew
For He has a work that's suited just to you.-REF.

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4 Sinner, comes there not a call to you, to-day?
Don't you hear a tender voice within you say,
"Come to Me, and there abide, both now and aye?"
When you hear, God help you come, without delay.-REF.

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MISS ELIZA E. HEWITT.

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Wel-come, royal-heart- ed Sum-mer, crowned with beauty, light and flowers, 2. Thanks to Thee, O God, our Father, for the bless-ings of the year, 3. So we come a- gain with glad-ness to our Fa-ther's house to-day,

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WELCOME CHILDREN'S DAY.

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ren der prais - es Temple of our

pray that grace unmeasur-ed shall at tune these hearts of ours,
need - ful good pro- vi- ded, Love and Mercy bend-ing near,
to the Lord hath led us; still He'll guide us on
our way,

Copyright, 1896, by Rufus W. Miller.

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REV. JOB HUPTON, (1762-1849) 1806.
TR. BY REV. JOHN MASON NEALE, (1818-1866) 1851.

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say, Praise God, praise God, praise God.

COME, YE FAITHFUL, RAISE THE ANTHEM.
"Neander." 8s. & 7s. 6 lines.

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3 Now above the sapphire pavement,
High in unapproached light,
Lo! He lives and reigns for ever,
Victor after hard-won fight,
Where the song of the redeemèd
Rings unceasing day and night.

Rev. Joachim Neander, (1640-1680)

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God e - ter - nal! Word in -car-nate, Whom the heaven of heavens obeys.
Fore-or-dained the Prince of prin-ces For the throne of Cal - va - ry.

A-men.

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4 Trust Him then, ye fainting pilgrims; Who shall pluck you from His hand? Pledged He stands for your salvation,

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NATIONAL AND THANKSGIVING.

MY COUNTRY! 'TIS OF THEE.
"America." 6s. & 4s.

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REV. SAMUEL FRANCIS SMITH, (1808-1895) 1832.

1. My country! 'tis of thee, Sweet land of lib-er-ty, Of thee I sing: Land where my 2. My native country, thee-Land of the no-ble free-Thy name I love: I love thy

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fathers died! Land of the Pilgrim's pride, From every mountain side Let freedom ring! rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills, My heart with rapture thrills Like that above. A-men.

3 Let music swell the breeze,
And ring from all the trees
Sweet freedom's song!
Let mortal tongues awake;
Let all that breathe partake;
Let rocks their silence break,
The sound prolong!

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REV. JOHN SULLIVAN DWIGHT, (1812-1893) 1844. 1 God bless our native land,

Firm may she ever stand,

GOD BLESS OUR NATIVE LAND!
6s. & 4s.

Through storm and night;
When the wild tempests rave,
Ruler of winds and wave,
Do Thou our country save
By Thy great might.

Henry Carey, (1685-1743) 1743.

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4 Our father's God! to Thee,
Author of liberty,

To Thee we sing;
Long may our land be bright
With freedom's holy light;
Protect us by Thy might,
Great God, our King!

PRAISE YE JEHOVAH'S NAME.
6s. & 4s.

2 Now let the trumpet raise Sounds of triumphant praise, Wide as His fame;

2 For her our prayer shall rise
To God, above the skies;
On Him we wait :
Thou who art ever nigh,
Guarding with watchful eye,
To Thee aloud we cry,
God save the State!

There let the harp be found;
Organs, with solemn sound,
Roll your deep notes around,
Filled with His name.

3 While His high praise you sing,
Shake every sounding string;
Sweet the accord!

He vital breath bestows;
Let every breath that flows,
His noblest fame disclose.
Praise ye the Lord.

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