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port! Rent cure! The
sails, pro- vi-sions short, And on- ly not
fold, In Home!
Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, (1842- >
cor-dage, shattered deck, Torn athlete near- ly fell, Bare perfect safety penned; The nights and days of tears, 0
a wreck: But ways well.
voy - age the vic tor the sheep the has wiped these
O! the joy upBut he may smile at But One came by with fears-What mat-ter now (when
per ils land gar Shepherd tears
THERE IS A HAPPY LAND.
1. There is a hap-py land, Far, far
a- - way, Where saints in
glory stand, doubting stand, Father's hand,
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how they sweet-ly sing, "Wor-thy is our
COME UNTO ME WHEN SHADOWS DARKLY GATHER.
let His praises ring, Praise, praise for we shall dwell with Thee, Blest, blest for bright, above the sun, We'll reign for
1. Come un to Me when shadows dark-ly gather, When the sad heart is D. S.-Come un
to Me, and
Lowell Mason, (1792-1872) 1854.
2 Large are the mansions in thy Father's dwelling,
Soft are the tones which raise the heavenly hymn.
wear-y and distressed, Seeking for comfort from your heavenly Father. A-men. I will give you rest.
3 There, like an Eden blossoming in gladness,
Bloom the fair flowers the earth too rudely pressed:
Come unto Me, and I will give you rest!
1. In to the
INTO THE GREAT BEYOND.
William James Kirkpatrick, (1838
great beyond, Fair land of the morning bright, Where great beyond, Whose gates are of pearl and gold, Where great beyond, Where summer e ter nal reigns, And great beyond, Where voices I love so well, Sweet
ri-seth the glory of God most high O'er shadowless realms of light. murmur the wa-ters of life so clear, That sparkle with joy un - told. covers with lilies of fade-less bloom The beau-ti-ful smiling plains. voi-ces that car - ol the glad new song, Are call-ing me home to dwell.
In to the great beyond,
Copyright, 1886, by John J. Hood.
an-gels will car-ry my soul a-way With Je-sus for ev-er to be.
ONWARD, CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS.
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) 1865. Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, (1842- ) 1872.
Onward, Christian sol-diers, Marching as to war, With the cross of Je - sus Like a mighty ar my, Moves the Church of God; Brothers, we are tread-ing 3. Crowns and thrones may perish, Kingdoms rise and wane, But the Church of Jesus Onward, then, ye people, Join our happy throng; Blend with ours your voices
REV. SABINE BARING-GOULD, (1834—