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TELL ME, MY SAVIOUR.

“Lynde.” Rev. CHARLES SEYMOUR ROBINSON, (1828–1899).

Thuringian Folk-Song.

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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.

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will Thy 3. Show me, my Sa-vior! How I can grow like Thee; Make me Thy

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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

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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.

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1. To Thy pastures fair and large, Heavenly Shepherd, lead Thy charge;
2. When I faint with summer's heat Thou shalt guide my weary feet
3. Safe the drear-y vale I tread By the shades of death o'er-spread,
4. Con- stant to my la - test end, Thou my footsteps shalt at-tend;

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SAVIOUR, LEAD ME, LEST I STRAY.

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time,(stream of time,) Lead me, Sa - vior, all the way, all the way.

From "Carols of Joy," by per. of John J. Hood.

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JESUS, MY SHEPHERD, LET ME SHARE.

“Louvan.” L. M.

Virgil Corydon Taylor, (1817–1884) 1847.

REV. HENRY HARBAUGH, (1817–1867)

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4 Anoint me with Thy gladdening grace,

To cheer me in the heavenly race;
Cause all my gloomy doubts to flee,

And make my spirit rest in Thee.
5 When death shall end this mortal strife,

Bring me through death to endless life;
Then, face to face, beholding Thee,
My refuge and my rest shall be.

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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

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name to sing, And here our children bring, To shout Thy praise.
deep disgrace Thou mightest save our race, And give us life.

en - nial word, Lead us where Thou hast trod, Makeourfaith strong.
Church be-long, U - nite to swell the song To Christ our King ! A - men.

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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

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