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66 Come, cast your bur-dens on the Lord, And trust His constant care." That hand, which bears all nature up, Shall guide His chil-dren well. Haste to your heav'n-ly Fa-ther's throne, And sweet re- fresh- ing find. drop my bur - den at His feet, And bear a song a-way. A-men. rde

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5 The Sun that lights mine eyes
Is Christ, the Lord I love;

I sing for joy for that which lies
Stored up for me above.

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4 To Him I owe my life and breath,
And all the joys I have;
He makes me triumph over death,
He saves me from the grave.

Rev. SAMUEL STENNETT, 1787

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me plung'd in deep dis--tress, He flew to my

His head with ra- diant glo-ries crown'd,His lips with grace o'er-flow.
That fill the heav'n-ly train.
And car-ried all my grief. A-men.

Fair-er is He than all the fair
He bore the shame-ful cross,

For me

JAMES S. ANDERSON, 1885

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5 Since from His bounty I receive
Such proofs of love divine,
Had I a thousand hearts to give,
Lord, they should all be Thine.

THOMAS HASTINGS, 1837

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