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No. 3.

No. 321.
Instrumental Music.

Sec'y.-Or sword?
Silent Prayer.

All.–Nay, in all these things we are Supt.-What is the Golden Text of the more than conquerors through Him that Bible?

loved us. School.-Por God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoso

For I am persuaded that neither death, pver believeth on Him should not perish, but aor life, nor angels,

nor principalities, nor bave everlasting life.

powers, nor things present, nor things to

come, Sing.-Music No. 270.

Nor height, nor depth, nor any other Love divine, all love excelling,

creature shall be able to separate us from Joy of heaven, to earth come down,

the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus Fix in us Thy humble dwelling,

our Lord.
All Thy faithful mercies crown.
Jesus, Thou art all compassion,

Sing.-Music No. 241.
Pure, unbounded love Thou art;
Visit us with Thy salvation,

I will love Thee in life, I will love Thee in Enter every trembling heart.


And praise Thee as long as Thou lendest Supt.-Behold what manner of love the

me breath; Father hath bestowed upon us that we And say, when the death-dew lies cold on should be called the children of God.

School.- For God sent not the Son into If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, 'tis now. the world to judge the world; but that the world should be saved through Him.

Prayer.-(Followed by Lord's Prayer.) Supt.-Who shall separate us from the

Announcements. love of Christ?

Song. Minister. Shall tribulation?

Lesson Reading. Teachers.—Or anguisb?

Lesson Study. Boy8.-Or persecution?

Song. Girls.- Or famine!

Review. All. Or nakedness?

Instrumental Prayer Hymn. Ass't Supt.-Or peril?


my brow,


No. 4.

Prepared by P. H. Welshimer, Canton, Ohio. No. 322. 1. Instrumental.-(Selection.)

9. Reassembling of Classes, 2. Song by School.-Mnsic No. 18.

(Instrumental selection while reassem. The Touch of His Hand.


10. Song.-Music No. 60. 3. Show of Bibles.

Growing Dearer. 4. Responsive Reading.–(Ps. 19: 7-14.

11. Pive Minute General Supplemental Song.-Music No. 159.

Holy Bible, Book Divine.

12. Announcing Names of Visitors

Present. 6. Prayer.-(Followed by Lord's Prayer.)

13. Special Music. 7. Reading of Lesson.

14. Report of Secretary,

15. Announcements, 8. Lesson Study.

16. Song.-Music No. 221. (Instrumental selection while classes are Onward, Christian Soldiers. retiring to rooms.)

17. Prayer and Benediction.

No. 323. Responsive Reading.
NOTE.-Before the Leader reads, the Organist should play to the *

for a prelude. See music below.

Wisdom. Leader:—Remember now thy Creator | ter than the merchandise of silver, and in the days of thy youth. Serve Him with the gain thereof than fine gold. gladness, and magnify His name forever. Response:-She is more precious than

Response:—What shall I render unto rubies. the Lord for all His benefits towards me? Leader:- And all things thou canst I will take the cup of salvation and call desire are not to be compared unto her. upon the name of the Lord.

Response:—Length of days is in her Leader:—Give us, O Lord, the wisdom right hand: and in her left hand riches

and honor. from above, which is first pure, then

Leader:–Her ways are ways of pleaspeaceable, gentle, easy to be entreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without antness, and all her paths are peace. partiality, and without hypocrisy.

Response:—She is a tree of life to them

that lay hold upon her; and happy is Response:—Whence then cometh wis

every one that retaineth her. dom? and where is the place of under

Leader:- And beside this, giving all dilistanding.

gence, add to your knowledge temperance. Leader:-Behold, the fear of the Lord, Response:- And to temperance, pathat is wisdom, and to depart from evil is tience. understanding.

Leader:- And to patience, godliness. Response:–Happy is the man that Response:- And to godliness, brotherly findeth wisdom, and the man that getteth kindness. understar Jing.

Leader:-And to brotherly kindness, Leader:—The merchandise of it is bet- charity.

All sing:-(Sing promptly without interludes.) No. 324. How Gentle God's Gommands.

George Naegeli.

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Some-bod-y's boy, some-bod-y's boy, What if that boy were thine?

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No. 327.

Yield Not to Temptation.

H. R. P



Dr. H. R. Purmer.

1. Yield not to temp-ta - tion, For yield-ing is sin; Each vic-t’ry will 2. Shan o- vil com-pan-ions, Bad language dis - dain; God's name hold in 3. To him that o'er-com-eth, God giv-eth a crown; Thro' faith we will

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help you Some oth - er to win; Fight man-ful - ly on

ward, rev • 'rence, Nor take it in

vain; Be thought-ful and ear - nest, con - quer, Tho' oft - en cast down; He who is our Sav - ior,

Dark passions sub-due; Look ev-er to Je - sus, He'll car-ry you thro'.
Kind-heart-ed and true; Look ev-er to Jo - sus, He'll car-ry you thro'.
Our strength will re-new; Look ev-er to Je - sus, He'll car-ry you thro'.


Ask the Sav - ior to help you, Com-fort, strengthen, and keep you;

He is will - ing to aid you, He will car - ry you


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