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TELL ME, MY SAVIOUR.
“Lynde.” Rev. CHARLES SEYMOUR ROBINSON, (1828–1899).
1. Tell me, my Sa-vior! Where Thou dost feed Thy flock, Rest- ing be2. Seek me, my Sa-vior ! For I have lost the way.
will Thy 3. Show me, my Sa-vior! How I can grow like Thee; Make me Thy
side the rock, Cool in the shade. Why should I be as one Turning a voice o-bey; Speak to me here! Help me to find the gate Where all Thy child to be, Taught from a-bove; Help me Thy smile to win; Keep me safe
side a - lone, Left, when Thy sheep have gone, Where I have strayed ? cho-sen wait; Ere it shall be too late, Oh, call me near! fold - ed in, Lest I should rove in sin, Far from Thy love.
1. To Thy pastures fair and large, Heavenly Shepherd, lead Thy charge;
SAVIOUR, LEAD ME, LEST I STRAY.
Sa - vior, lead me, lest I
lest I stray ;
Gent - ly down the stream of
time,(stream of time,) Lead me, Sa - vior, all the way, all the way.
From "Carols of Joy," by per. of John J. Hood.
JESUS, MY SHEPHERD, LET ME SHARE.
“Louvan.” L. M.
Virgil Corydon Taylor, (1817–1884) 1847.
REV. HENRY HARBAUGH, (1817–1867)
1. Je sus,
my Shep - herd, let me share Thy guid - ing me ev er by Thy side, Where fields are this bar ren des - ert tread, Feed Thou my
uge and uge and uge and
rest for me.
A - men.
4 Anoint me with Thy gladdening grace,
To cheer me in the heavenly race;
And make my spirit rest in Thee.
Bring me through death to endless life;
Through de - vious ways; Christ, our
um-phant King, We come Thy Heal - er of strife; Thou didst Thy - self a - base, That from sin's Our Staff and Song; Je - sus, Thou Christ of God, By Thy perAnd joy - ful sing; Let all the ho ly throng Who to Thy
name to sing, And here our children bring, To shout Thy praise.
en - nial word, Lead us where Thou hast trod, Makeourfaith strong.
IF CHRIST IS MINE, THEN ALL IS MINE.
“Manoah.” C. M. REV. BENJAMIN BEDDOME, (1717–1795) 1776.
Franz Joseph Haydn, (1732-1809)
1. If Christ is mine, then all is mine, and more than an-gels know; Both