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JESUS, MEEK AND GENTLE.

“St. Lucian.” 6s. & 5s. REV. GEORGE RUNDLE PRYNNE, (1818- ) 1856.

Johann C. H. Rinck, (1770—1846)

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4 Lead us on our journey;

Be Thyself the way
Through terrestrial darkness

To celestial day.

5 Jesus, meek and gentle,

Son of God Most High,
Pitying, loving Saviour,

Near Thy children's cry.

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GRACIOUS SAVIOR, GENTLE SHEPHERD.

“St. Sylvester.” P. M. MISS JANE E. LEESON, (1815—1882)

Rev. John Bacchus Dykes, (1823—1876 ) 1861.

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287 HOSANNA WE SING, LIKE THE CHILDREN DEAR.

“Hosanna."
) 1876.

REV. GEORGE SAMUEL HODGES, (1827–

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With their harps of gold and their rai-ment white; As they A-men.

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2 Hosanna we sing, for He lends His ear

And rejoices the hymns of His own to hear; We know that His heart will never wax cold To the lambs that He feeds in His earthly fold. “Alleluia !” we sing in the Church we love, “ Alleluia !” resounds in the Church above; To Thy little ones, Lord, may such grace be given That we lose not our part in the song of heaven.

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JESUS, HOLY CHILD FROM HEAVEN.
“Nettleton.” 8. 7. & 7s. D.

John Wyeth, (

) 1812. FINE.

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Je-sus, ho - ly Child from heav-en, Thou for chil-dren wast a child ;)

D.C.—Not by speak- ing, but by dy, - ing, Slaughtered babes pro- claim Thy praise.

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Not by speak-ing, but by dy-ing, Slaughtered babes proclaim Thy praise; A-men.

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THE MORNING BRIGHT.

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1. The morning bright, With ro - sy light, Hath waked me from my sleep; 2. All through the day, I hum-bịy pray, Be Thou my Guard and Guide; 3. Oh make Thy rest With-in my breast, Great Spir - it of

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Fa-ther, I own Thy love a-lone Thy lit - tle one doth keep.
My sins forgive, And let me live, Blest Je-sus, near Thy side.
Make me like Thee, Then shall I be Prepared to see Thy face.

A-men.

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