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681 MELITA 126.96.36.199.8.8.
nal Father, strong to save, Whose arm doth bind the rest - less wave,
Who bidd'st the mighty o cean deep Its own ap - point - ed
O hear us when we cry
to Thee For those in per il on
2 O Saviour, whose almighty word The winds and waves submissive heard,
Who walkedst on the foaming deep And calm amid its rage didst sleep: O hear us when we cry to Thee For those in peril on the sea.
3 O Sacred Spirit, who didst brood Upon the chaos dark and rude, Who badd'st its angry tumult cease,
Rev. John B. Dykes, 1861
682 (WAVE) 188.8.131.52.
1 Star of peace to wanderers weary,
2 Star of hope, gleam on the billow; Bless the soul that sighs for Thee, Bless the sailor's lonely pillow,
Far, far at sea.
lim - its keep:
And gavest light and life and peace: O hear us when we cry to Thee For those in peril on the sea.
4 O Trinity of love and power,
Our brethren shield in danger's hour;
And ever let there rise to Thee
For other Hymns, see Nos. 210, 213, 486.
William Whiting, 1860 (Text of 1869)
3 Star of faith, when winds are mocking
4 Star Divine, O safely guide him,
Bring the wanderer home to Thee; Sore temptations long have tried him, Far, far at sea.
Mrs. Jane C. Simpson, 1839
683 GOD BE WITH YOU 184.108.40.206. with Refrain
1 God be with you till we meet again, By His coun-sels guide, up-hold you,
William G. Tomer, 1882
be with you till
Till we meet at Jesus' feet;
The following Hymns are also suitable:
we meet a - gain.
God be with you till we meet a-gain. A-MEN.
Till we meet,
God be with you till we meet again.
4 God be with you till we meet again,
God be with you till we meet again
Rev. Jeremiah E. Rankin, 1882
345 Blest be the tie that binds.
Arr. from a 15th century German mel
QUEM PASTORES LAUDAVERE 220.127.116.11. ody, in "The English Hymnal,” 1906
1 Father, who on man dost show - er C 3 €
To Thy people give the power All Thy gifts to use
1 There is a cit
For other Hymns see 344, 373, 377, 730.
Gifts of plenty from thy dow-er,
Every foe of man defying,
y bright; Closed are its gates to sin; Naught that de
6 Father, who hast sought and found us.
James S. Tyler, 1876
686 LOG COLLEGE C. M.
10 Thou whose feet have climbed life's hill,
Our Saviour and our Broth - er still, Now lead us in to truth. A - MEN.
Copyright, 1895, by The Trustees of The Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-School Work
2 The call is Thine: be Thou the Way, 4 Awake the purpose high which strives,
And give us men, to guide;
Let wisdom broaden with the day,
George William Warren, 1895
And trod the path of youth,
3 Who learn of Thee the truth shall find, 5 Thy life the bond of fellowship, Thy love the law that rules,
Who follow, gain the goal;
With reverence crown the earnest mind, Thy Name, proclaimed by every lip,
Closed are its gates to sin;
2 Saviour, I come to Thee;
And, falling, stands again;
3 Lord, make me, from this hour,
Kept by Thy power,
4 Till in the snow-white dress
Mrs. Mary Anne S. Deck (born 1813)