Hymns of Faith and Hope

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Page 60 - When the stranger asks a home All his toils to end ; When the hungry* craveth food, And the poor a friend ; When the sailor on the wave Bows the fervent knee ; When the soldier on the field Lifts his heart to Thee ; Hear then, in love, 0 Lord, the cry, In heaven, Thy dwelling place on high.
Page 35 - For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government will be upon his shoulder, and his name will be called "Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Page 59 - WHEN the weary, seeking rest, To Thy goodness flee ; When the heavy-laden cast All their load on Thee : When the troubled, seeking peace, On Thy Name shall call ; When the sinner, seeking life, At Thy feet shall fall : Hear then in love, O Lord, the cry In heaven, Thy dwelling-place on high.
Page 114 - GLORY be to God the Father ! Glory be to God the Son ! Glory be to God the Spirit ! Great Jehovah, Three in One...
Page 32 - Where the Lamb on high is seated, By ten thousand voices greeted, Lord of lords, and King of kings, Son of man, they crown, they crown Him, Son of God, they own, they own Him ; With His name the palace rings.
Page 114 - While eternal ages run! 2 Glory be to Him Who loved us, Washed us from each spot and stain! Glory be to Him Who bought us, Made us kings with Him to reign! Glory, glory, To the Lamb that once was slain!
Page 99 - When love no refuge finds but silent faith, When meekness fain would hide its heavy head, When trustful truth, shunning the words of wrath, Waits for the day of right, so long...
Page 75 - O send me light to do Thy work, More light, more wisdom give ; Then shall I work Thy work indeed, While on Thine earth I live. 5. The work is Thine, not mine, O Lord, It is Thy race we run ; Give light, and then shall all I do Be well and truly done.
Page 53 - Come I to Thee; No, not distrustingly Bend I the knee : Sin hath gone over me, Yet is this still my plea, Jesus hath died.
Page 53 - Lord, I confess to Thee Sadly my sin ; All I am, tell I Thee, All I have been ! Purge Thou my sin away, Wash Thou my soul this day, Lord, make me clean.

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