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REV. E. E. HIGBEE, ( ) 1873
JESUS, O'ER THE GRAVE VICTORIOUS.
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Jesus, o'er the
grave vic-to-rious, Conquering death, and
3. By a life of
love and labor
Henry Kemble Oliver, (1800-1885)
Heaven and earth Thy triumph swell.
conquering hell, name alone; Fa-ther's will;
Henry Wellington Greatorex, (1811-1858) 1849.
MISS ELIZA E. HEWITT.
THE STORY OF PENTECOST.
1. Before our Saviour rose on high, In........
He called His friends, the faithful few, And... gave them work for
"Rejoice, O Zion, in the Lord, My..
And may Thy Spirit, like a dove, Fill..
to the sky, little band,) long fore- told; cos - tal day,
Him to do. heavenly power should come to them. Spirit then shall be outpoured." every heart with peace and love.
lone, they nev er could suc- ceed; trust - ing hearts on sus stayed; Je sus, ris en up on high; sus, our Em- man - u - el;
so this pre-cious word He gave. rush-ing wind and tongues of flame. hear the bless-ed Gos- pel call. all the glory shall be Thine.
THE JOY OF ALL NATIONS.
tell us, ye that from your home, In fer - tile Mes-o - pot-a-mia come, pil-grims from the E-gæan Sea, And Phrygian valleys of song and glee,swar-thy sons of Fa-ther Nile, And ye from man-y a sea -girt isle, co-horts bold, that hith - er come From proud, impe- ri-al, splendid Rome,
Ye Parthians, Medes, and Persians, say, What wondrous rapture is yours to-day? From where the storm - y Pon- tus roars, To rude Pamphy-li - a's rug-ged shores, From warm Cy - re ne's lus-cious land, And Li- byan deserts of drift-ing sand, What ti-dings can a Jew im-part That thus can rav-ish a Ro-man heart?
O tell us why your voices ring, And all so joy-ful-ly, cheer-i-ly, merri-ly sing?