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By. EDWARD H. Bickersteth, 1870

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All the fee-ble gently lead-ing, While the lambs Thy bos-om share;
There, we know Thy word be- liev - ing, On ly there se cure from harm.
Let Thy ten-der - ness, so loving, Keep them thro' life's dangerous way.
Feed in pas-tures ev ver - nal, Drink the riv
of Thy grace. A-men.

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BUCKLANDS S. M.

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With the shepherd's kind- est care,
Fold them in Thy gra-cious arm;
Let them be the
lion's prey;
Let them find a resting place,

CHARLOTTE A. BARNARD, (1830-1869)

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the cross, Thy high al- le-giance claim,And vow to bap-tized, And wash thy sins a way; The league with but Christ's;With all the saints of old, Apostles,

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GEORGE H. LOUD, 1909

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5 O bright the conqueror's crown,
The song of triumph sweet,
When faith casts every trophy down
At our great Captain's feet!

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5 So now, and till we die,
Sound we Thy praises high,
And joyful sing;
Let all the holy throng
Who to Thy Church belong,
Unite and swell the song
To Christ our King!

*This beautiful hymn from the third book of Clement of Alexander, is said to be the earliest known hymn of the Primitive Church (about A. D. 200)

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5 O if this glimpse of love
Is so divinely sweet,

What will it be, O Lord, above,
Thy gladdening smile to meet;

NEWLAND S. M.

Arr. from J. G. NÄGELI by Wm. B. BRADBURY, 1849

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Our sol-emn vows re-
In word and life ap- pear.
May we rejoic-ing tread.
And know as we are known. A-men.

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HENRY J. GAUNTLETT, 1858

'Tis grace that makes us
to
Waits, Lord, from Thee
And faith de lights to
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To feed up on this Bread and Wine, In mem- 'ry, Lord, of Thee.
The secrets of Thy Father's breast, And all Thy grace dis-cern.
The sweetness of the Bread of life, The fulness of Thy love.
And feel the bless-ed pledge with-in,
That we
are loved of Thee.

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A-men.

6 To see Thee face to face,

Thy perfect likeness wear,
And all Thy ways of wondrous grace
Through endless years declare.

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2. By faith we take the bread of life
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made a wel-come guest.

When ev'ry hum- ble, con-trite heart Is
The cup in tok - en of His blood, That was for sin-ners shed.
And thus antic i-pate by faith The heav'nly feast above. A-men.

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ST. JOHN C. M.

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This will I do, my dying Lord,
Thy cup of bless-ing I will take,
Thine ag
ony and blood -y sweat,
O Lamb of God, my sacrifice,

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5 Remember Thee, and all Thy pains,
And all Thy love to me;

Yea, while a breath, a pulse remains,
Will I remember Thee.

ALEXANDER R. REINAGLE, 1826

We keep the sacred feast,
With which our souls are fed,
The wonders of His love,

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Thee. A-men.

6 And when these failing lips grow dumb,
And mind and memory flee,

When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom come,
Jesus, remember me.

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Bp. REGINALD HEBER, publ., 1827

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5 Peace, perfect peace, our future all unknown?
Jesus we know, and He is on the th e.

G. T. CALDBECK, 1878

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6 Peace, perfect peace, death shadowing us and ours?
Jesus has vanquished death and all its powers.

7 It is enough: earth's struggles soon shall cease,
And Jesus call us to heaven's perfect peace.

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By whom the words of life were spoken, And in whose death our sins are dead;
And be Thy feast to us the tok-en That by Thy grace our souls are fed. A-men.

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A-men.

Rev. JOHN S. B. HODGES, 1869

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