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No. 27.

Charlotte G. Homer.

1. "All things are read-y,' come to 2. "All things are read-y," come to 3. "All things are read-y," come to 4. "All things are read-y," come to

CHORUS.

Gome to the Feast.

COPYRIGHT, 1895, BY CHARLES H. GABRIEL,
W. E. M. HACKLEMAN, OWNER.

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spread; Ye fam-ish-ing, ye wear-y,come, And thou shalt be richly fed. wide; A place of hon-or is reserved For you at the Mas-ter's side. thee; Delay not while this day is thine, To-mor-row may never be. strife; Come,feast up-on the love of God, And drink ever-last-ing life.

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W. A. Ogden.

the feast! Come, for the ta-ble now is
the feast! Come, for the door is open
the feast! Come, while He waits to welcome
the feast! Leave ev-'ry care and worldly

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He is call-ing now in ten-der-ness, Standing read-y, waiting to for-give;

He will welcome all who come to Him, He the sinner will re- ceive.

No. 29.

F. J. Crosby.

I am Thine, O Lord.

COPYRIGHT, 1903, BY W. H. DOANE. RENEWAL.
USED BY PERMISSION.

1. I am Thine, O Lord, I have heard Thy voice, And it told Thy love to me; 2. Con-se-crate me now to Thy service, Lord, By the pow'r of grace di - vine; 3. 0 the pure de-light of a single hour That before Thy throne I spend, 4. There are depths of love that I can-not know Till I cross the narrow sea;

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W. H. Doane.

But I long to rise in the arms of faith, And be clo-ser drawn to Thee.
Let my soul look up with a stead-fast hope, And my will be lost in Thine.
When I kneel in pray'r,and with Thee, my God, I commune as friend with friend!
There are heights of joy that I may not reach Till I rest in peace with Thee.

REFRAIN.

Draw me near - er, nearer, blessed Lord, To the cross where Thou hast died;

near-er, near-er,

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Draw me nearer, nearer, nearer, blessed Lord, To Thy precious, bleeding side.

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One Day for Thee.

COPYRIGHT, 1910, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL
E. O. EXCELL, OWNER,

CHORUS.

Chas. H. Gabriel.

Give faith to trust when naught I see,-Lord, make to-day one day for Thee. Lest I should fall, O hold Thou me,-Lord, make to-day one day for Thee. Guide Thou my tho'ts-first, let this be:-Lord, make to-day one day for Thee. And then from Heav'n,O let me see All of life's day one day for Thee.

one day for Thee; Lead, lest I stray, O lead Thou me; one day for Thee; Lived at Thy side O may it be; one day for Thee; Take full con- trol, dear Lord, of me; one day for Thee, Till all todays life's day shall be;

One day for Thee, one day for Thee! Lord, make to-day one day for Thee!

One day for Thee, one day for Thee! Lord, make to-day one day for Thee.

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