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OLIVER HOLDEN, 1835
Arr. fr. C. VON WEBER, 1826
1. They who seek the throne of grace Find that throne in ev -'ry place; 2. In our sick - ness and our health, In
our want, or in our wealth, 3. When our earth - ly com - forts fail, When the woes of life pre - vail, 4. Then, my soul, in ev - 'ry
Thy Fa - ther come, and wait;
He Him- self has bid thee pray, There-fore will not say thee nay.
hold the throne of
grace, The prom - ise 2. My soul, ask what thou wilt, Thou canst not 3. Thine im age, Lord, be - stow, Thy pres - ence 4. Teach me to live by faith, Con - form my
calls me near;
There Je - sus shows a smil - ing face, And waits to an-swer pray'r.
I ask to serve Thee here be low, And reign with Thee a . bove.
A - men,
CONSOLATION 89. D.
Rev. WILLIAM W. WALFORD
WILLIAM B. BRADBURY, 1859
1. Sweet hour of pray'r ! sweet hour of pray'r! That calls me from a world of care, 2. Sweet hour of pray’rl sweet hour of pray'r! Thy wings shall my pe - ti - tion bear
And bids me at my Fa-ther's throne Make all my wants and wishes known
dis- tress and grief, My soul has oft - en found re - lief; me seek His face, Be- lieve His word, and trust His grace,
And since He bids
And oft es-caped the tempter's snare,By thy return,sweet hour of pray'r!