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ALL FOR JESUS!

Author: Mary D. James Hymnal: G21873 #5 (1873) First Line: All for Jesus! all for Jesus! Lyrics: 1. All for Jesus! all for Jesus! All my being's ransom'd pow'rs; All my thoughts and words and doings, All my days and all my hours. All for Jesus! all for Jesus! All my days and all my hours. 2. Let my hands perform his bidding; Let my feet run in his ways; Let my eyes see Jesus only; Let my lips speak forth his praise. All for Jesus! all for Jesus! Let my lips speak forth his praise. 3. Worldlings prize their gems of beauty, Cling to gilded toys of dust, Boast of wealth, and fame, and pleasure; Only Jesus will I trust. Only Jesus! only Jesus! Only Jesus will I trust. 4. Since my eyes were fixed on Jesus, I've lost sight of all beside,-- So enchained my spirit's vision, Looking at the crucified. All for Jesus! all for Jesus! All for Jesus, crucified! 5. Oh, what wonder! how amazing! Jesus, glorious King of kings, Deigns to call me his beloved, Lets me rest beneath his wings. All for Jesus! all for Jesus! Resting now beneath his wings. Languages: English Tune Title: [All for Jesus! all for Jesus!]
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INFINITE GRACE

Hymnal: G21873 #7 (1873) First Line: And can it be that I should gain Lyrics: 1. And can it be that I should gain An int'rest in the Saviour's blood? Died he for me, who caus'd his pain? For me who him to death pursued? Amazing love! how can it be, That thou, my Lord, shouldst die for me? Amazing love! how can it be, That thou, my Lord, shouldst die for me? 2. 'Tis mist'ry all, th' Immortal dies! Who can explore his strange design? In vain the first-born seraph tries To sound the depths of love divine; 'Tis mercy all! let earth adore: Let angel minds inquire no more. 3. He left his Father's throne above; (So free, so infinite his grace!) Emptied himself of all but love, And bled for Adam's helpless race; 'Tis mercy all, immense and free, For, O my God, it found out me! 4. Long my imprisoned spirit lay Fast bound in sin and nature's night: Thine eye diffused a quick'ning ray; I woke: the dungeon flam'd with light; My chains fell off, my heart was free-- I rose, went forth, and followed thee. 5. No condemnation now I dread; Jesus, with all in him, is mine; Alive in Him my living Head, And clothed in righteousness divine, Bold I approach th' eternal throne And claim the crown, thro' Christ my own. Languages: English Tune Title: [And can it be that I should gain]
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THE BEAUTIFUL CITY.

Hymnal: G21873 #18 (1873) First Line: Beautiful Zion, built above Refrain First Line: Zion, Zion, lovely Zion Lyrics: 1. Beautiful Zion, built above, Beautiful city that I love! Beautiful gates of pearly white, Beautiful temple--God its light! He who was slain on Calvary, Opens those pearly gates to me. Refrain: Zion, Zion, lovely Zion, Beautiful Zion, city of our God. Zion, Zion, lovely Zion, Beautiful Zion, city of our God. 2. Beautiful heav'n where all is light, Beautiful angles, clothed in white; Beautiful strains that never tire, Beautiful harps thro' all the choir; There shall I join the chorus sweet, Worshipping at the Saviour's feet. Zion, Zion, etc. 3. Beautiful crowns on every brow, Beautiful palms the conquerors' show; Beautiful robes the ransomed wear, Beautiful all who enter there; Thither I press with eager feet, There shall my rest be long and sweet. Zion, Zion, etc. 4. Beautiful throne for Christ our King, Beautiful songs the angels sing; Beautiful rest--all wanderings cease, Beautiful home of perfect peace; There shall my eyes the Saviour see; Haste to this heavenly home with me. Zion, Zion, etc. Languages: English Tune Title: [Beautiful Zion, built above]
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THE INVITATION.

Author: James B. Rogers Hymnal: G21873 #21 (1873) First Line: Come to the fountain of mercy Lyrics: 1. Come to the fountain of mercy, Come to the haven so blest; Ye who are burden'd and weary, Come, and in Jesus find rest. Come, come, come, come, Come, and in Jesus find rest. 2. Come, while the Spirit invites you, Yield to its pleading to-day; Turn not aside from its warning, Grieve not the Spirit away. Come, come, come, come, Grieve not the Spirit away. 3. Gently the Saviour is calling, Weary one! "Come unto me," "Cast upon me all thy burden; Rest I will give unto thee." Come, come, come, come, Rest he will give unto thee." 4. Bring, then, thy burden to Jesus, To him thy sorrow confide; Trusting alone in his merit, Come, and in Jesus abide. Come, come, come, come, Come, and in Jesus abide. 5. Safely in Jesus abiding, Trusting in him all thy days; Ever his promise will cheer thee, "Lo! I am with you always." Come, come, come, come; He will be with you always. Languages: English Tune Title: [Come to the fountain of mercy]
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"COME UP HITHER."

Author: E. H. Nevin, D. D. Hymnal: G21873 #24 (1873) First Line: "Come up hither!" come away! Refrain First Line: "Come up hither," O, come away Lyrics: 1. "Come up hither!" come away! Thus the ransom'd spirits sing; Here is cloudless, endless day, Here is everlasting spring. Refrain: *"Come up hither," O, come away, "Come up hither," the angels say; "Come up hither," O come and see! Heav'nly glories, how bright they be. 2. "Come up hither!" come and see Heaven's glories yet untold; Brighter than the sun they be, Richer than the purest gold. 3. "Come up hither!" come and dwell With the living hosts above; Come, and let your bosoms swell With the burning songs of love.--Cho. 4. "Come up hither!" come and share In the sacred joys that rise" Like an ocean everywhere, Through the myriads of the skies. 5. "Come up hither!" come and shine In the robes of spotless white; Palms, and harps, and crowns are thine, Hither! hither wing your flight. 6. "Come up hither!" hither speed! Rest is found in heav'n alone; Here is all the wealth you need, Come, and make that wealth your own. Languages: English Tune Title: ["Come up hither!" come away!]
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WHITER THAN SNOW.

Author: James Nicholson Hymnal: G21873 #14 (1873) First Line: Dear Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole Refrain First Line: Whiter than snow; yes, whiter than snow Lyrics: 1. Dear Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole; I want thee forever to live in my soul; Break down ev'ry idol, cast out ev'ry foe; Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Refrain: Whiter than snow; yes, whiter than snow; Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 2. Dear Jesus, let nothing unholy remain; Apply thine own blood, and extract ev'ry stain; To get this blest washing, I all things forego; Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Whiter than snow, etc. 3. Dear Jesus, come down from thy throne in the skies, And help me to make a complete sacrifice; I give up myself, and whatever I know,-- Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Whiter than snow; yes, whiter, etc. 4. Dear Jesus, thou see'st I patiently wait; Come now, and within me a new heart create; To those who have sought thee, thou never saidst no,-- Now wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Dear Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole]
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TRUSTING IN THE LORD.

Author: Wm. McDonald Hymnal: G21873 #11a (1873) First Line: I am coming to the cross Refrain First Line: I am trusting, Lord, in thee Lyrics: 1. I am coming to the cross; I am poor, and weak, and blind; I am counting all but dross; I shall full salvation find. Refrain: I am trusting, Lord, in thee, Thou dear Lamb of Calvary; Humbly at thy cross I bow; Save me, Jesus, save me now. 2. Long my heart has sighed for thee; Long as evil reigned within; Jesus sweetly speaks to me, I will cleanse you from all sin. I am trusting, etc. 3. Here I give my all to thee,-- Friends, and time, and earthly store; Soul and body thine to be-- Wholly thine--forever more. I am trusting, etc. 4. In the promises I trust; Now I feel the blood applied; I am prostrate in the dust; I with Christ am crucified. I am trusting, etc. 5. Jesus comes! he fills my soul! Perfected in love I am; I am every whit made whole; Glory, glory to the Lamb. I am trusting, etc. Languages: English Tune Title: [I am coming to the cross]
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JESUS LOVES EVEN ME.

Author: P. P. Bliss Hymnal: G21873 #22 (1873) First Line: I am so glad that our Father in Heav'n Refrain First Line: I am so glad that Jesus loves me Lyrics: 1. I am so glad that our Father in Heav'n, Tells of his love in the Book he has giv'n; Wonderful things in the Bible I see; This is the dearest, that Jesus loves me. Refrain: I am so glad that Jesus loves me, Jesus loves me, Jesus loves me; I am so glad that Jesus loves me, Jesus loves even me. 2. Though I forget him and wander away, Kindly he follows wherever I stray; Back to his dear loving arms would I flee; When I remember that Jesus loves me.[Refrain] 3. Oh, if there's only one song I can sing, When in his beauty I see the great King; This shall my song in eternity be, Oh, what a wonder that Jesus loves me.[Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [I am so glad that our Father in Heav'n]
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THE VOICE WITHIN.

Author: Geo. H. Spring Hymnal: G21873 #23 (1873) First Line: I seem to hear a voice within Refrain First Line: It is the voice of love divine Lyrics: 1. I seem to hear a voice within, A friendly voice in accents low; Which warns me that the ways of sin, Lead down to endless death and woe. Refrain: It is the voice of love divine, That utters thus a warning kind, That whispers to this heart of mine, Seek now, if mercy you would find. 2. Though all around seems bright and fair, Yet deadly evil lurks within, And if you still retain it there, You'll surely perish in your sin. 3. Life's op'ning morn may smile to-day, To-morrow gloomy death may call; Yet now the Maker's voice obey, Then shall death's summons ne'er appal. 4. Yes, go to Jesus, who was slain, To ransom guilty ones from woe, His blood can cleanse sin's every stain, His friendship endless bliss bestow. 5. Seek while thy Father waits to bless, Seek while the Saviour will forgive, Seek while the Spirit, rich in grace, Will help thee turn to God and live. Languages: English Tune Title: [I seem to hear a voice within]
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THE LORD WILL PROVIDE.

Hymnal: G21873 #15 (1873) First Line: In some way or other Lyrics: 1. In some way or other The Lord will provide; It may not be my way, It may not be thy way, And yet, in his own way, The Lord will provide. It may not be my way, It may not be thy way, And yet, in his own way, The Lord will provide. 2. At some time or other The Lord will provide; It may not be my time, It may not by thy time, And yet, in his own time, The Lord will provide. It may not be my time, It may not by thy time, And yet, in his own time, The Lord will provide. 3. Despond, then, no longer; The Lord will provide; And this be the token-- No word he hath spoken Was ever yet broken,-- The Lord will provide. It may not be my way, It may not be thy way, And yet, in his own way, The Lord will provide. 4. March on, then, right boldly; The sea shall divide; The pathway made glorious With shoutings victorious, We'll join in the chorus, The Lord will provide. It may not be my way, It may not be thy way, And yet, in his own way, The Lord will provide. Languages: English Tune Title: [In some way or other]

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