Harry Holmes; or, The true story of a sailor-boy

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Page 29 - Thy children guide and keep, As with feeble steps they press On the pathway rough and steep Through this weary wilderness. Holy Jesu, day by day , Lead us in the narrow way.
Page 91 - The lamb is in the fold, In perfect safety penned ; The lion once had hold, And thought to make an end : But One came by with wounded side, And for the sheep the Shepherd died...
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Page 5 - TO-DAY Thy mercy calls us To wash away our sin, However great our trespass, Whatever we have been ; However long from mercy Our hearts have turned away, Thy precious blood can cleanse us And make us white to-day. 2 To-day Thy gate is open, And all who enter in Shall find a Father's welcome, And pardon for their sin. The past shall be forgotten, A present joy be given, A future grace be promised, A glorious crown in heaven.
Page 17 - Sow ye beside all waters, Where the dew of heaven may fall, Ye shall reap if ye be not weary, For the Spirit breathes o'er all. Sow, though the thorns may wound thee; One wore the thorns for thee; And, though the cold world scorn thee, Patient and hopeful be.
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