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All the love of Christ shall learn At His feet
1. While with cease-less course the sun Hast - ed through the for - mer year, the wing - ed ar row Aies
Speed - i ly the mark to find, 3. Thanks for mer - cies past re-ceive; Par - don of our sins
Ma ny souls their race have run, Nev - er - more to meet
ni - ty
be - low; Swift - ly thus our fleet - ing days Bear us down life's rap id stream; Bless Thy word to young and old; Fill
with Say - iour's love;
We lit - tle lon- ger wait, But how lit - tle none can know.
TICHFIELD 78. 81.
Rev. Ray PALMER, 1865
R. W. BBATI
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1. Thou who roll'st the year round, Crown'd with mercies large and free,
its numbered days are sped, All its bus y scenes are o'er, our fol - lies, Lord, for - give! Cleanse us from each guilt - y stain;
Rich Thy gifts to a - bound, Warm our praise shall rise to Thee. All its joys for ev fled, All its sor - rows felt
no more. Let Thy grace with - in
us live, That we spend not years in vain.
That, sustained by Thee, we now Bid the part-ing year-farewell!
the sol-emn judgment-day. To our ev - er - last - ing home, To our Fa-ther's house on highl A-men.
1. Standing at the por - tal of the op'ning year, Words of comfort meet us,
I, the Lord,am with thee, be not thou a-fraid, I will help and strengthen, 3. For the year be-fore us, O what rich sup-plies! For the poor and need - y 4. He will nev-er fail us, He will not for-sake; His e - ter-nal cov' - nant
hushing ev -'ry fear; Spo-ken thro' the si - lence by our Father's voice, be thou not dis - mayed; Yea, I will up- hold thee with My own right hand, liv - ing streams shall rise; For the sad and sin - ful shall His grace a- bound; He will nev- er break. Resting on His prom - ise, what have we to fear?
Ten-der,strong and faith-ful, mak-ing us - joice.
On-ward, then, and fear not, For the faint and fee - ble perfect strength be found. God is all suf - fi- cient for the com-ing year.
chil-dren of the day, For His word shall never, nev- er pass
à - way. A-men.