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Pre-cious is the blood that heal'd us; Per- fect is the grace that seal'd us; Hap - py, still in God con - fid - ing; Fruit-ful, if in Christ a - bid -ing, On

our Fa-ther's love re ly - ing, Je - sus ev - 'ry need sup-ply - ing,

Strong the band stretch'd out to shield us; All

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Or in liv - ing

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leave us,

Earth-ly friends may fail or

One day soothe, the next day grieve us, With His pre-cious blood He bought us, In the wil - der-ness He sought us, How our hearts de- light to hear Him: Bid us dwell in safe - ty near Him; Best of bless-ings He'll pro- vide us, Nought but good shall e'er be - ttde us,

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But this Friend will ne'er de -ceive us,
Το His fold He safe - ly brought us,
Why should we dis - trust or fear Him,
Safe to glo - ry

He will guide us,

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loves!
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loves! A-men.

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That which Thou wouldst have me,make me, Let Thy will in be done.
At Thy feet, O Fa - therfall - ing, To Thy household take me in.
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that sac ri fice ly - ing, Now I look in hope to Thee.

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Long from Thee my foot-steps stray-ing, Thorn-y proved the way I trod;
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to Thee I prof- fer, This re- lent-ing heart of mine,
Fa ther take me! all for - giv - ing, Fold me to Thy lov- ing breast,

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Copyright, 1911, by Rev. Frank 8. Rundowell

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my rap - tured soul shall find

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A-men,

Copyright property of W 4. Doang. Uted by per.

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BLENDEN C. M. D.

JOHN G. WHITTIER, 1867: Arr.

CHARLES E. KSTTLE

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bow my fore-head to the dust, I veil mine eyes for shame,

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And urge, in trembling self dis - trust, A pray'r with-out
And, with the chastened Psalm-ist, own His judg-ments too, are
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No of - f'ring of mlne own I have, Nor works my faith to prove; And if my heart and flesh are weak To bear an un - tried pain, And BO be - side the si - lent sea I wait the muf - fled oar; And Thou, O Lord, by whom are seen Thy crea-tures as they be,

I can but give the gifts He gave, And plead His love for love.
The bruis-ed reed He will not break, But strengthen and sus – tain.
No harm from Him can come to

On O-cean or on shore.
For-give me if too close I lean My hu- man heart on Thee.

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