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When from loved ones we're called to part, When the tears in our an-guish start,
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There at home on that shin- ing shore, With the loved ones gone on be - fore,

Who more perfect-ly then can know, Than Jesus, bless-ed Jesus?

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No. 9.

'Tis the Blessed Hour of Prayer.

COPYRIGHT, 1880, BY THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO.
USED BY PER. OF W. H. DOANE.

Fanny J. Crosby.

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gath - er to Jesus, our Savior and Friend; If we come to Him in tender com-pas- sion His children to hear; When He tells us we may Savior who loves them their sor-row con- fide; With a sym-pa-thiz-ing bless-ing we're need-ing we'll surely receive; In the full-ness of this

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W. H. Doane.

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O how sweet to be there! Bless-ed hour of prayer, bless-ed hour of prayer;

No. 10.

Jennie Ree.

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When I Go Home.

COPYRIGHT, 1918, BY E. O. EXCELL.

'Tis lone-some win - ter now, but 't will be May, When I
But in the stillness of the twilight hour, I dream
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No. 11.

Grown Him With Many Growns.

Matthew Bridges.

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