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1. By Christ redeemed, in Christ re-stored, We keep the mem - O
2. His body bro-ken in our stead Is here in this mem
3. The streams of His dread ag - on • Y,
His life-blood shed for
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And So our fee ble love is fed
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By one blest chain of loving rite

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Rev. SAMUEL LONGFELLOW, 1848

IN MEMORIAM 8.8.8.4.

5 Until the trump of God be heard,
Until the ancient graves be stirred,
And, with the great commanding word,
The Lord shall come.

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1. Jesus,Thou Joy of lov - ing hearts, Thou Fount of life, Thou Light of men, 2. Thy truth unchanged hath ev- er stood; Thou sav-est those that on Thee call; 3. We taste Thee, O Thou liv - ing Bread, And long to feast up on Thee still;

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Make all our moments calm and bright; Chase the dark night of sin away,

Shed o'er the world Thy holy light.

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Rev. H. A. CESAR MALAN, 1832
Tr. Rev. GEORGE W. BETHUNE, 1847

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5 E'en now, perchance, my feet
Are slipping on the brink,
And I, to-day, am nearer home,—
Nearer than now I think.

6 Father, perfect my trust!

Strengthen my power of faith!
Nor let me stand, at last, alone
Upon the shore of death.

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We a little longer wait, But how little none can know.
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