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Rev. EDWARD Mote
1. My hope is built on 2. When darkness seems to 3. His oath, His cov
On Christ, the
sinking sand, All
dare not trust the sweet-est frame, But whol-ly lean on Je-sus' name:
In ev'ry high and storm-y gale, My
an-chor holds with-in the veil;
SOLID ROCK L. M. 61.
noth-ing less Than Jesus' blood and righteousness;
id Rock, I
id Rock, I stand;
id Rock, I stand; All
WILLIAM B. BRADBURY, 1863
WILLIAM COWPER, 1772
all their guilt y
Bp. GEORGE W. DOANE, 1824
COWPER C. M.
ners, plunged beneath that flood, there may I, though vile as he, somed church of
4 E'er since by faith, I saw the stream
ST. MAGNUS C. M.
all their guilt all my sins saved, to sin
LOWELL MASON, 1830
5 Then in a nobler, sweeter song,
When this poor lisping, stammering tongue
Lose Wash Be
JEREMIAH CLARK, 1709
Let the wa
Rev. A. M. TOPLADY, 1776
ILLUMINATIO Six 7s.
Be of sin the dou- ble cure,-Cleanse me from its guilt and pow'r.
All for sin could not a
Thou must save, and Thou a lone.
me hide my-self in Thee. A-meu,
self in Thee:
Let me hide my
113 TOPLADY Six 7s. Second Tune
Sir GEORGE J. ELVEY
side which flow'd, ev - er flow, Thee for grace, judg-ment throne,
THOM HASTINGS, 1830
Let the wa - ter and the blood,
From Thy riv
Rev. PHILIP DODDRIDGE, 1740
SILVER STREET S. M.
Be of sin the dou-ble cure,-Cleanse me from its guilt and pow'r.
en side which flow'd,
er flow, to Thee for grace; Thy judg-ment throne,
ISAAC SMITH, C. 1770