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1. What tho' a cloud should sweep o-ver your sky, Veil - ing the sun-beams that 2. Has some resentment wrought strife and ill-will? Love and for-give-ness work 3. Sing of the bless-ings, so man-y and sweet, Like heav'nly blos-soms that
Drive It Away With a Song.
COPYRIGHT, 1915, BY E. O. EXCELL.
Fear not, the shad-ow will pass by
B. D. Ackley.
a- way, Love will the echoes pro - long;
and by; life fill,
a-way with a
a - way,
Sing on with
Mrs. C. H. M.
In His Keeping.
COPYRIGHT, 1898, BY H. L. GILMOUR, WENONAH, N. J.
1. When the early morning breaking, Slumber from my eye-lidsshak-ing, Comes the 2. Some-times dark clouds hang o'er me,Not one step I see before me, Still, my 3. Gentle even-tide is near-ing, Light from Heaven dis-ap-pear-ing, Still the
Mrs. C. H. Morris.
am in His keep-ing. Day ad-vanc-es, la-bor am in His keep-ing. I can trust His hand to am in His keeping. Now night's curtains gather
W. C. Poole.
1. Christ shall be King of the whole wide world, He shall be King, let prais-es ring! 2. Christ shall be King over land and sea, He shall be King, let prais-es ring! 3. Christ shall be King in my heart to-day, He shall be King,let prais-es ring!
Ghrist Shall Be King.
COPYRIGHT, 1918, BY CHA8. H. GABRIEL.
Chas. H. Gabriel,
know His great sal-va-tion; Christ shall be the King, He shall be the King.
No. 71. The Way of the Gross Leads Home.
Jessie Brown Pounds.
COPYRIGHT, 1906, BY CHAS. H. GABRIEL.
the way of the cross, There's no other
I shall ne'er get sight of the Gates of Light,
the cross I miss.
at home with God.
the 0 - pen door.
Chas. H. Gabriel.
The way of the cross leads