Songs of Joy and Gladness

Songs of Joy and Gladness

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ... save a poor sinner like me. I wan-dered on in the To save a poor sinner like thee." I listen'd, and lo! 'twas the For he sav'd a poor sinner like me. No long-er in dark-ness I'm dark-ness, Not a ray of light could I see; And the Sav-iour That was speak-ing so kind to me: I walk-ing, For the light is shin-, ing on me; And J I S S--0-m m. m. ' thought fill'd my heart with sadness, There's no hope for a sin-ner like me. cried, "I'm the chief of sinners, Thou cans't save a poor sinner like me." Copyright, 187S, A. SWENET. 140 The Healing Touch. 'When she heard of Jesus, came in the press behind, and touched his garment."--Mark 5: ay Words by Mrs. E. C. Ellsworth. Music by Wm. J. Kikkpatkk K. 1. An ea-ger, restless crowd drew near, And round the Sav-iour press'd; 2. The mul-ti-tude, with cu-rious eyes, Just gaz'd up-on his face; 3. Oh, near to Christ the man-y came, In that most fa-vor'd hour! 4. Of all who throng his courts to-dav, Who shall re-ceive his word? But with warm and lov-ing faith, Hi heal-ing pow'r con-fess'd. But she glanc'd up with hope, and love, To feel his sav-ing grace. But one stretch'd out the hand of faith, And touch'd his healing power. Who shall reach forth with faith sin-cere, To touch the heal-ing Lord? CHORUS. She had touch'd the hem of his gar-ment, Trusting with all her soul; fee last v. Come and touch the hem of his garment, Trusting with all your soul; 145 Saved to the Uttermost. W, J. K. Music by W.J. Kirkpatric-k. By per. 1. Sav'd to the ut-ter-most: I am the Lord's; Je-sus, my Sav our, gal 2. Sav'd to the ut-ter-most: Je-sus is near; Keeping me safo-ly, he 3. Sav'd to the ut-ter-most: this I can say, " Once all was darkness, but 4. Sav'd to the ut-ter-most: cheer-ful-ly sing Loud...show more

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  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 77g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236958659
  • 9781236958655