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What brought them to that world above,

That heaven so bright and fair,
Where all is peace, and joy, and love ?
How came those children there?

Singing “Glory, glory,
Glory be to God on high."

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Because the Saviour shed His blood

To wash away their sin;
Bathed in that pure and precious flood,
Behold them white and clean,

Singing “Glory, glory,
Glory be to God on high,”

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On earth they sought their Saviour's grace,

On earth they loved His Name:
So now they see His blessed face,
And stand before the Lamb,

Singing “Glory, glory,

Glory be to God on high." Amen.

ANNR HOULDITCH SHEPHERD

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Jesus, Tender Shepherd, Hear Me

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JOHN BACCHUS DYKES

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When, in the Lord Jehovah's Name

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Thousands on - ly live to bless Thee, And con- fess Thee, Lord of might! A-men.

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2 Thou, Who art beyond the farthest

Mental eye can scan, Can it be that Thou regardest

Songs of sinful man? Can we feel that Thou art near us,

And wilt hear us?

Yea, we can.

Here, Great God, to-day we offer

Of Thine own to Thee;
And for Thine acceptance proffer,

All unworthily,
Hearts and minds, and hands and voices,

In our choicest

Melody.

3 Yea, we know Thy love rejoices

O'er each work of Thine; Thou didst ears, and hands, and voices,

For Thy praise combine; Craftsman's art and music's measure

For Thy pleasure

Didst design.

5 Honor, glory, might, and merit,

Thine shall ever be,
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,

Blessed Trinity!
Of the best that thou hast given

Earth and heaven
Render Thee. Amen.

FRANCIS POTT

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