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THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD.
REV. J. DEMSTER HAMMOND.
William James Kirkpatrick, (1838
1. The whole wide world for Je - sus, This shall our watch-word be, 2. The whole wide world for Je · sus, In - spire us with the thought 3. The whole wide world for Je - sus, The march-ing or - der sound, 4. The whole wide world for Je sus, In the Fa - ther's home a bove
on the high - est moun - tain, Down by the wi - dest sea. That ev - ery
Ad am Hath by the blood been bought. Go
is found. ye and preach the gos - pel Wher - ev Are ma - ny wondrous man - sions, Man-sions of light and love.
The whole wide world for Je
sus, To Him all men shall bow, sus,
O faint not by the way sus, Our ban
un - furled, sus, Ride forth, O conquering King,
In cit - y
or on prai - rie, The cross shall sure - ly con - quer We bat - tle now for Je
sus, Through all the might - y na - tions,
The world for Je - sus now.
In this our glo - rious day. And faith demands the world. The world to glo - ry bring.
The whole wide world, the whole wide world, Pro-claim the gos - pel
tidings through the whole wide world, Lift up the cross for Je - sus, His
banner be unfurled, Tillevery tongue confess Him, through the whole wide world.
Copyrighted by J, J. Hood.
FROM GREENLAND'S ICY MOUNTAINS.
7s. & 6s. D. BP. REGINALD HEBER, (1783— 1826 ) 1819. 1 From Greenland's icy mountains, 3 Can we, whose souls are lighted From India's coral strand,
With wisdom from on high, Where Afric's sunny fountains
Can we to men benighted Roll down their golden sand:
The lamp of life deny? From many an ancient river,
Salvation, O salvation / From many a palmy plain,
The joyful sound proclaim, They call us to deliver
Till earth's remotest nation Their land from error's chain.
Has learned Messiah's Name. 2 What though the spicy breezes 4 Waft, waft, ye winds, His story, Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle,
And you, ye waters, roll, Though every prospect pleases, Till, like a sea of glory, And only man is vile:
It spreads from pole to pole; In vain with lavish kindness
Till o'er our ransomed nature, The gifts of God are strown,
The Lamb for sinners slain, The heathen in his blindness
Redeemer, King, Creator, Bows down to wood and stone,
In bliss returns to reign.
BRINGING IN THE SHEA VES.
George A. Minor.
1. Sowing in the morningsowing seeds of kindness, Sowing in the noontide 2. Sowing in the sunshine, sowing in the shadows, Fearing neither clouds nor 3. Going forth with weeping, sowing for the Mas - ter, Though the loss sustained our
and the dew-y eve; Wait-ing for the bar - vest, and the time of reap-ing, winter's chilling breeze; By and by the har - vest, and the la- bor end - ed, spir-it often grieves; When our weeping's o ver, He will bid us welcome,
We shall come, re - joi - cing, bringing in the sheaves. Bringing in the sheaves,
bringing in the sheaves, We shall come, re- joi - cing, bringing in the sheaves;
Bringing in the shcaves, bringing in the sheares, We shall come, rejoicing, bringing in the sheares.
ARE YOU SOWING THE SEEDS OF MERCY ?
MRS. EMMA PITT.
Theodore Frelinghuysen Seward, (1835–
1. Are you sow-ing the seeds of mer-cy, Fel - low pil-grim! day by day?
Are you sow-ing in life's bright morning Seeds you e'er would wish to reap? 3. Are you sow - ing the seeds of kind-ness, Bring-ing forth the gold-en grain ? D.C.—Are you sow-ing the seeds of mer-cy, Fel - low pil-grim! day by day?
Are you sowing be-side all waters? What are you sowing, sowing to-day?
D. C. for Refrain.
Deeds of kindness, a warm heart proving ! What are you sowing, sowing to-day?
1. The whole world was lost in the dark-ness of sin; The Light of the world is
Je - sus
- bide, The Light of the world is 3. Ye do ell-ers in darkness with sin-blind-ed eyes, The Light of the world is 4. No need of the sun-light in heav-en, we're told, The Light of that world is 6