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STANDING AT THE PORTAL OF THE OPENING YEAR.
"Valour." 11s. (With Refrain.)
MISS FRANCES RIDLEY HAVERGAL, (1836-1879) 1873.
1. Standing at the portal of the opening year,
by our Father's voice, with My own right hand, what have we to fear?
Arthur H. Mann, (1850—
hushing every fear, Spoken through the silence thou not dis-mayed! Yea, I will up-hold thee will never break; Rest-ing on His prom - ise,
Words of comfort
Tender, strong and faithful, making us re Thou art called and cho - sen in My sight to God is all-sufficient 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,
4 Another year of service,
Of witness for Thy love; Another year of training For holier work above.
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;
O SACRED HEAD NOW WOUNDED.
"Passion Chorale." 7s. & 6s. D.
BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, (1091-1153
Hans Leonhard Hassler, (1564-1612).1601.
4 What language shall I borrow
ry, What bliss, till now, was Thine!
vior! "Tis I de-serve Thy place;
y, I joy to call Thee mine.
Oh, make me Thine for ever,
Outlive my love to Thee.
5 Be near me when I'm dying,
Oh, show Thy cross to me!
Come, Lord, to set me free.
Dies safely through Thy love.