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RESPONSE.-Men's voices in unison.
own tongue, sublime and clear, The Gos-pel's glo-ri-ous sound we hear,
How Jesus died, and rose a-gain, And poureth His Spirit on all
6 Ye tongues and tribes of living men,
2. Teach us
CLARENCE T. STEELE, (1860
here, Where saints in prayer a
Fred. C. Moyer.
near Each pleading company. As in His courts on high. As Mon-arch in the breast.
HOLY SPIRIT, LIKE A DOVE.
5 Obedient To Thy will,
We wait to feel Thy power;
Clarence T. Steele, (1860
Spirit, like a dove, Who de-scend-ed from a bove;
M. M. Wells.
Wear-y souls for e'er re-joice, While they hear that sweetest voice,
Ever near the Christian's side
Christian's side; }
Whispering softly, "Wanderer, come, Follow Me, I'll guide thee home." A-men.
2 Ever present, truest Friend,
Ever near Thine aid to lend, Leave us not to doubt and fear,
Groping on in darkness drear. When the storms are raging sore,
Hearts grow faint, and hopes give o'er, Whispering softly, "Wanderer, come, Follow Me, I'll guide thee home."
3 When our days of toil shall cease,
Pleading nought but Jesus' blood,
REV. ELLWOOD H. STOKES, (1815-1895) 1879.
1. Hover o'er me, Holy Spirit;
HOVER O'ER ME, HOLY SPIRIT.
Bathe my trembling heart and brow; Though I can
not tell Thee how; I bow;
4. Cleanse and comfort; bless and save me; Bathe, oh, bathe my heart and brow;
Fill me now,
Fill me with Thy hallowed presence, Come, oh, come and fill me now.
John R. Sweney, (1838-1899) 1879.
Copyright, 1879, by John J. Hood.
Fill me with Thy hallowed pres-ence, Come, oh, come and fill me now.
REV. JOHN SAMUEL BEWLEY MONSELL, (1811-1875) 1863.
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1. Sing, O heavens! O earth re-joice! Angel harp, and hu-man voice, 2. Bruised is the serpent's head, Hell is vanquished, Death is dead, 3. All His work and war - fare done, He in to His heaven is gone,
SING, O HEAVENS, O EARTH, REJOICE!
Him as He ri - ses, raise Your ascend-ing Saviour's praise. to Christ gone up on high, Cap - tive is captivity. beside His Father's throne, Now is plead-ing for His own.
Al le lu ia,
4 Asking gifts for sinful men,
Wm. Dressler, (1826- )