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C. H. G.
1. I stand all 2. I marvel 3. I think of
Oh, It is Wonderful!
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fully. He prof-fers me; bellious and proud as mine; · VO - tion can I for-get?
Oh, it is
amazed at the love Jesus of-fers me, Con-fused at the that He would descend from His throne di-vine, To rescue & His hands, pierced and bleed-ing, 'to pay the debt! Such mercy, such
me He was cruci-fied, That for me, &
sinner, He suffered, He bled and died. love un to such as I, Sufficient to own, to re-deem and to justify. dore at the mer-cy-seat, Un til at the glorified throne I kneel at His feet.
Chas. H. Gabriel.
I trem - ble to know that for That He should extend His great No, no, I will praise and &
Won der ful!
Reapers Are Needed.
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to - day;
1. Hark to the music re-sound-ing, Reap-ers are need-ed
Samuel W. Beazley.
Fields are all Grain there is Soon will the
Ev -er the Mas-ter is Then let us hear you reLet no one be i-dly
the harvest-field, Gath-er the a word of cheer, Tell of the the reap - ing band, Lend them a
one and all; On where the har-vest stands, Waiting for will-ing hands Souls to
vain those falling tears? heart to make it known. what He has be-gun. loud-est thun-der shock;
Charlie D. Tillman.
is hope de-part- ing, the time of asking, your prayer was uttered, prayer stands un-daunt-ed,
rit. ad lib.
And think you all
some time, some-where, You shall have your desire, some-time, some-where, The Lord will answer you, some time, some-where, His glory you shall see, done, some-time, some-where," And cries, "It shall be done, some-time,
Say not the Father hath not heard your prayer; You shall have your deTho' years have passed since then, do not de-spair; The Lord will an-swer If you will keep the in-cense burn-ing there; His glo-ry you shall She knows Om-nip- o-tence has heard her prayer, And cries, "It shall be
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