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Woodbury, I. B. (Issac Baker), 1819-1858 (ed.) / The new lute of Zion: a collection of sacred music, designed for the use of congregations generally, but more especially the Methodist Episcopal Church
(c1856)

Part third. Containing pieces for prayer and social meetings, revivals, and music for the old folks.,   pp. [316]-362


Page 324

CALVAR~Y'S MOUNTAI. 
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hear. en,   Think of  Je - sus' love,    While to thee is   giv - en    All
his grace to   prove. 
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moun-tai,    Wherehis bloodwas spilt;        In   that pre-ciousfoun-tain,
Wash a - way thy-guilt. 
Is thy spirit drooping I 
Is the tempter near I 
Still in Jesus hoping, 
What hast thou to fear I 
Set the prize before thee, 
Gird thy armor on; 
Heir of grace and glory, 
Struggle for thy ernwn. 
* The time may be slackened a very little here, but should not drawl. 
THE CHRISTIAN PILGRIM 
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From the Cythiam 
1, Pil-grin, is thy journey dreart Are its lights extinct foi ev - er I Still
suppress the ris - ing fear,-God forsakes the righteous neverl Never, nev-er,
Rev - er. 
2. Storms may gather o'er thy path, All the ties of life may sever; Still,
a - mid the fear of death, God forsakes the righteous never I Never, nev-er,
nev - er. 
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S. Pain may rack the wasting frame, Health desert thy couch for ever, Faith
still burns with deathless flame, God forsakes the righteous never I Never,
never, nev-er. 
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