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MRS. FANNY JANE (CROSBY) VAN ALSTYNE, (1823

COME, OH, COME, WITH THY BROKEN HEART.

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Waiting to give thee rest;
List to the earnest call,
Come and be saved by grace;

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Copyright, 1896, by Theo. E. Perkins.

Note.-In the first edition this hymn is No. 184.

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Why wilt thou walk where shadows fall? Come to His loving breast. Leave at the cross thy bur- den now, Jesus will bear it all. Come, for He loves to clasp thee now, Close in His dear embrace.

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Used by per. of The John Church Co., owners of the Copyright.

Note.-In the first edition this hymn is No. 181.

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ART THOU WEARY, ART THOU LANGUID?

"Stephanos." 8. 5. 8. 3.

ST. STEPHEN, THE SABAITE, (725-794)
Rev. Sir Henry Williams Baker, (1821-1877) 1860.
TR. BY REV. JOHN MASON NEALE, (1818-1866) 1862. Ar. by William Henry Monk, (1823-1889) 1861.

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1. Come to Je-sus! come a - way; For - sake thy sins, oh, why de - lay? 2. Come to Je-sus! sin no more, But on thy bend-ed knees im - plore, 3. Come to Je-sus! cling to Him, Hark! how He calls“ Come un-to Me!

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His arms are 0 - pen night and day, He waits to welcome thee.
And knock in faith at mer - cy's door, He's sure to welcome thee.

I cast out none, I'll par - don thee.” Oh, thou shalt welcome be. A-men.

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ASSURANCE AND TRUST.

MY LORD AND I.

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I have a Friend so precious, So ver y dear to me; He loves me with such 2. He knows how much I love Him, He knows I love Him well. But with what love He

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ten- der love, He loves so faithful-ly.
lov-eth me My tongue can never tell.

love to feel Him nigh,
ever rich supply;

3 Sometimes I'm faint and weary,
He knows that I am weak,
And so He bids me lean on Him,
His help I gladly seek.
He leads me in the paths of light,
Beneath a sunny sky,
And so we walk together-
My Lord and I.

And so
we dwell togeth-er- My Lord and
And so we love each other- My Lord and

5 He knows how I am longing
Some weary soul to win,
And so He bids me go and speak
A loving word for Him;
He bids me tell His wondrous love,

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4 I tell Him all my sorrows,
I tell Him all my joys;

I tell Him all that pleases me,
I tell Him what annoys.
He tells me what I ought to do,
He tells me what to try,
And so we talk together-
My Lord and I.

And why He came to die;

And so we work together-
My Lord and I.

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Copyright, 1873, by Joseph F. Knapp.

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