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No. 32.

The Bible.

B. Barton.

COPYRIGHT, 1887, BY E O. EXCELL.

WORDS AND MUBIO.

B. 0. Excell.

1. Lamp of our feet, where-by we trace Our path when apt to stray, 2. Bread of our souls, where-on we feed, True man- na from on high; 3. Word of the ev last-ing God, Will of His glo - rious Son, 4. Lord, grant us all right to learn The wis - dom it

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Stream from the fount of heav'n-ly grace, Brook by the trav-'ler's way: Our guide and chart, wherein we read Of realms be-yond the sky: With - out thee how could earth be trod, Or heav'n it - self be won? And to its heav'n-ly teach-ings turn With sim - ple, child-like hearts.

CHORUS.

Beau ti - ful Lamp, . . brightly shine ... on the way, • Beau-ti - ful Lamp, beau-ti - ful Lamp, shine on the way,

shine on the way,

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Guid ing the soul . . . to the man sions of day. Guld-ing the soul, guid-ing the soul to the mansions of day, to the mansions of day,

No. 33.

The Hour of Prayer.

Fanny J. Crosby.

COPYRIGHT, 1914, BY E. O. EXCELL.

WORDS AND MUSIC.

Jno. R. Sweney.

1. Glo - ry to God for the joy to meet, Here at the hour of prayer; 2. Far from the world we may turn a-way, Here at the hour of prayer; 3. Rich are the blessings that all may seek, Here at the hour of prayer; 4. O what a ho- ly and calm re-pose, Here at the hour of prayer;

Welcome the bliss of com-mun-ion sweet, Here at the hour of prayer.
Glad - ly we rest from the toils of day, Here at the hour of prayer.
Grace for the wear-y, the faint, the weak, Here at the hour of prayer.
Love in its full-ness the heart o'er-flows, Here at the hour of prayer.

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Nearer the gate to the soul's bright home, Nearer the vales where the faithful roam,

Near-er to God and the Lamb we come, Here at the hour of prayer,

No. 34.

Where Thou Gallest Me.

James Apple.

COPYRIGHT, 1910, BY E. O. EXCELL.

WORDS AND MUSIC.

Jno. R. Sweney.

1. O how pre-cious are the mo-ments Of com-mun-ing, Lord, with Thee, 2. When the morn, with ro-sy fin- gers, 0-pens wide the gates of day, 3. In the se- cret of Thy pres-ence, 0 - ver-shad-owed with Thy love, 4. In the se- cret of Thy pres-ence, Where, for-get-ting ev - 'ry care,

In the se - cret of Thy presence, Where my soul de-lights to bel
And the mist up - on the moun-tain In - to sun-shine fades a - way,
Where the peace that passeth knowledge Floweth gen - tly from a - bove,
I may come to Thee still clo - serOn the wings of faith and prayer.

CHORUS.

Sav - ior mine,... O Sav-ior mine, .... I would ev-er, I would ev-er be
Precious Savior mine, 0 precious Savior mine,

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In the se- cret of Thy presence, Where Thou callest, where Thou callest me!

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No. 35.

Help Somebody To-day.

Mrs. Frank A. Breck.

COPYRIGHT, 1904, BY CHAS. H, GABRIEL.

COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY E. O. EXCELL.

Chas. H. Gabriel.

1. Look all around you, find some one in need, Help some-bod-y 2. Man-y are wait-ing a kind, lov-ing word, Help some-bod-y 3. Man- y have bur-dens too heav-y to bear, Help some-bod-y 4. Some are discouraged and wear-y in heart, Help some-bod-y

to-day! to - day! to - day! to-day!

Tho' it be lit - tle— a neigh-bor - ly deed—Help some-bod-y to
Thou hast a mes-sage, 0 let it be heard, Help some-bod-y to
Grief is the por-tion of some ev - 'ry-where, Help some-bod-y to
Some one the jour-ney to Heav-en should start, Help some-bod-y to

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Help some-bod-y to - day,.... Some-bod-y

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a - long life's way;.... Let

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sor-row be end-ed, The friend-less be-friend-ed,Oh, help some-bod-y to - day!

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What wondrous lovel Thy life to give That I might ran-somed be;

Had I a thou-sand lives to live I'd live them all

for Thee.

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