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On bend-ed knee;
This is my earn-est plea-)
love to Thee.
Bliss He wakes, and woe He lightens; God is
wisdom, God is
John Henry Cornell, (1828-1894) 1865.
All the path in which we rove;
love. love. love. love.
LONDON HYMN BOOK.
SOMETHING FOR JESUS.
dy - ing love mer - cy-seat, faithful heartam and have
Dear Lord, from
My heart fulfill its vow, Some offering bring Thee now,
Thee; In love my
Rev. Robert Lowry, (1826-1899)
MY JESUS, I LOVE THEE.
me, me, Thee free
Rev. A. J. Gordon, (1836-1895) 1875.
Used by permission of The Century Co.
Heaven's light is not more cheering,
James R. Murray, (
Love for you and love for me;
Heaven's dews are not more free.
As a child, in pain or terror, Hides him in His mother's breast,
As a sail or seeks the ha-ven,-We would come to Him for rest.
MRS. CECIL FRANCES ALEXANDER, (1823-1895)
BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART.
1. Blessed are the pure in heart, They have loved the better part; 2. When the sun begins to rise, Spreading brightness, through the skies, 3. When the leaves in autumn die, Falling fast and si - lent - ly,
John Pyke Hullah, (1812-1884)
When life's jour-ney they have trod,
They shall go to see their God.
These," they think," that now seem dead, Shall in spring lift up their head."
Till in glory they ap- pear,
They shall oft- en see Him here;
And His grace shall learn to know In His glorious works below. "Thus the just shall shine" they say, "In the Resur-rec- tion - day." They have loved the better part;-Bless-ed are the pure in heart!