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The Lamb that was Slain.
B. W. WILLIAMS, by per.
the far bet-ter land of glo · ry and light, The ran-som’d are 2. Like the sound of the sea swells their chorus of praise, Round the star-circled
Sav-iour,may we, with our voic-es faint, Sing the cho-rus ce
sing - ing in gar-ments of white; The harp- ers are harp- ing, and crown of the an- cient of days; And thrones and do-min-ions re les - tial with an - gels and saints? Yes! yes! we will sing, and thine
all the bright train Sing the song of Redemption, The Lamb that was slain. ech - 0 the strain Of... glo - ry, eter - nal To him that was slain.
we will gain With its song of Redemption, The Lamb that was slain.
Hark! the Voice of Jesus Calling.
M. B. SLEIGHT.
H. R. PALMER.
1. Hark! the voice of Je - sus call - ing,“Fol-low me, fol-low me!” 2. Who will heed the ho - ly man-date,“ Fol-low me,
fol-low me!” 3. Heark-en, lest he plead no lon- ger, “Fol-low me, fol-low me!”
Soft - ly thro' the si - lence fall - ing, “ Fol-low, fol-low
As of old he called the fish - ers, When he walk'd by Gal - i - lee,
Still his pa-tient voice is pleading, “ Follow, fol-low me!”
Will it be One of You ?
Dr. Chas. B. MORRILL.
MARY CHISHOLM FOSTER.
1. A judge-ship is va - cant; the er-mine a-waits The shoulders of 2. The pres - i-dent's chair of a great rail-road maze Is emp- ty to 3. A pul - pit is wait - ing for some one to fill, Of el. o-quent 4. The great men a - bout us will pass to their rest, Their places be
youth,-brave, hon - est, and true,-Some one will be stand-ing by day, for death claim’d his due; The di - rec- tors are choos-ing a men there are on ly few, The man who can fill it must filled by the boys who pur-sue The search for the high-est, the
fame's o - pen gates, I won-der, my boys,-Will it be one of you? man for his place, I won-der, my boys,-Will it be one of you ? have pow'r to thrill; And be full of faith, - Willit be one of you? no - blest, the best; The best shall have these, I hope'twill be you.
be one of you ?
be one of you?
The Christian Hero. Rev. Edwin H. NEVIN.
Rev. EDWIN H Nevin, by per.
1. Live on the field of bat - tle!
on the field of bat - tle!
Be ear - nest in the fight; The foe is - ery-where; God works with those who pray; 'Tis no - ble thus to
Stand forth with man-ly cour-age, And strug-gle for
the right! His fi - ery darts fly thick-ly, Like lightning thro' the air. His might-y arm can nerve us, And make us win the day. God smiles on val-iant sol-diers, Their rec - ord is on high.
Joy to the World.
GEO. FREDERICK HANDEL.
1. Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth re-ceive her 2. Joy to the earth, the Sav-iour reigns! Let men their songs em3. No more let sin and sor - row grow, Nor thorns in - fest the 4. He rules the world with truth and grace, And makes the na-tions
And heav'n, and heav'n
peat Far as, far as
And won - ders, won na - ture sing,
and na • ture sing.