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CHRISTIAN
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Sacred Songs



No. 1



BY

Ira D. Sankey

James McGkanahan

AND Geo. C. Stebbins



United Society of Christian Endeavor

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PREFACE.



CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR EDITION



OF



SACRED SONGS NO. i.



\ T the request of the United Society of Christian Endeavor,
Boston, Mass., this book has been prepared for the use
of Endeavorers and Christian workers of every name, to the end
that as far as possible the latest and best "Sacred Songs," to-
gether with the most popular "Gospel Hymns" and " C. E.
Hymns," might be furnished in a single volume.

In this collection, " Sacred Songs No. i." has been supple-
mented by 32 pages of selected Hymns, Scripture Readings^
Topical hidex, Motto, Pledge, Beyiediction, &c.

We hope that those who use this collection will make an
effort to learn the new songs therein, and not be content to sing
only the old and more familiar pieces ; by so doing, new interest
will be created in the Service of Praise.

THE AUTHORS.



NOTICE.
Nearly all of the new pieces in this CoUection, both words and music, are Copyright
in the United States, Great liritain and Provinces, under the provisions of the Interna-
tional Copyright Law, and must not be reprinted or published for any purpose whatever,
without the written permission of the owners thereof.

THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO., Publishers.



Christian Endeavor Edition



OF



Sacred Songs No. 1.

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"Unto thee will I sing * * * thou Holy Oue of Israel."— Ps. 71 : 22,



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Mer-cy, and love; Sing of the mansions bright, Waiting a - hove.




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No. 2.



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We shall not fail till the crown is won.
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"The Lord hath laid on him the iniquity of us all." — Isa. 53 : 6.

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" Hide me under the shadow of thy wiugs." — Pa. 17 : &,



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" Joy shall be in heaven over one sinner that repenteth." Luke 15 : 7-
H. E. JONES. D. B. TOWNEB.




1. When the sin - ner turns from sin, How they sing

2. When the wan d'rerseekshis home, How they sing

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"A friend that sticketh closer than a brother." — Peov. 18: 24.



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1. Je-sns on - ly, mid the tur - moil Of life's wea - ry war-fare now ;

2. Je-sus on - ly ; let earth van - ish, Take a - way its worthlessstore;

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And the judg-meut books are open - ed; Je-sus on - ly, then, for me.



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2. Let us stand up for Je - sus, Let us hon - or His laws, Let us

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watch, and be faith-ful To His kiLipj-dom and cause ; Let us tell the glad
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To the Cit - y a - bove. \ Let us stand, firm-ly stand, With a

Our Ke-deem - er and King.



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2. Je - sus knocks, He conies to save, 'Twas for thee His life He gave;

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No. 10.



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"I will arise and go to my Father." — Luke 15 : 18.



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1. O -wand'rer on a drear - y waste, How dark thy life must be !

2. O wand'rer on a des - ert wild, Why wilt thou longer stay?

3. O wand'rer in a wea - ry land, Oppressed with want and woe,

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A - rise at ouce;0 tar- ry not, But to Thy Fa -ther go.
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"And I will give you rest."— Matt. 11: 28.

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1. Eest - ing my soul on Je - sus, With all its sin and care,

2. Rest - ing my head on Je - sus, Thro' all the noon -tide lieat,

3. Rest - ing my heart on Je - sus, When bruised and sad and sore,'

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"The morning cometh." — Isa. 21 : 12.



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1. Some sweet morn a day will o - pen, Nev - er-more to close in night ;

2. Somesweet morn the saints now sleeping, In the cold and si - lent tomb,

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Shall a-wake with joy - ful greeting, Man-tied with im-mor-tal bloom ;
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Hun-ger, thirst, and death, and sorrow, We shall know and fear no more.
Meetanddwell with them for-ev - er, O - ver in the Morning Land.
And, caught up with them for-ev- er, We shall sing the glad new song.



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No. 13. Wmt my Idccmct W>tU$ Mt.



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3. The debt is paid, my soul is free, And by His might -y pow'r,

4. All glo - ry be to Je - sns' name, I know that He is mine,

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