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“Valour.” 11s. ( With Refrain.) Miss FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL, (1836–1879) 1873.
Arthur H. Mann, (1850—
by our Father's voice, Tender, strong and faithful, making us rewith My own right hand, Thou art called and cho in My sight to what have we to fear? God is all - suf - fi · cient for the coming
On - ward, then, and fear not, children of the day!
MISS FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL, (1836-1879) 1874.
In working or in waiting,
ANOTHER YEAR IS DAWNING.
"Weber." 7s. & 6s.
Ar. fr. Friedrich Freiherr von Flotow, (1812-1883) 1835.
be Dear Master, let it Of faith-fulness and grace, other year of praise;
4 Another year of service,
Of witness for Thy love; Another year of training For holier work above.
5 Another year is dawning!
On earth, or else in Heaven,
O SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED.
“Passion Chorale.” 7s. & 6s. D. BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, (1091-1153 )
Hans Leonhard Hassler, (1564-1612) 1601. TR. BY REV. JAMES WADDELL ALEXANDER, (1804-1859) 1829.
Arr. by Henry Schwing.
O sa - cred Head what glo Lo, here, I
ry, What bliss, till now, was Thinel vior! 'Tis I de-serve Thy place;
Yet, though despised and gor · y, I joy to call Thee mine.
Look on me with Thy fa vor, Vouchsafe to me Thy grace. A-men.