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NEW ORLEANS, LA.
- l lie i The And 1 P Is as 1 Yet h I For t ' I am I am My b In th< But Si Is alv O! Whic With With All ki And ; I " S',nh He ki I To th And i I That" tg "3o tbe Xaw ani ^ tbls TOorb, tt is ATLANTA, OA., MAY 26, 1909. "Sfmrnhmli." rain beats hard against my pane, waves roar out at sea, the shriek of the wind,in thee! riuw wild as a demon's glee, lere I sit and am not afraid, he Lord, I know, is thinking old and my strength is almos as poor as poor can be; irds have flown, and I'm all a e nest on the old home tree, afe and glad; for the Lord, I k fays thinking of me. range and wild is the world c h the eyes of the Lord must j continents, islands, tribt nnoriif?c multitudes, bond and free! ings of the earth bow down t yet?-He can think of me. one can measure the mind of e bounds of eternity, nows each life that has com lim, le tiniest bird and bee; the love of His heart is so de /ide it takes in even me. JVlary ?. Allbrigbt, In Chriitian * > to tbe tTesUmonp. ft tbes spei because tbere Is no Uobt in tbe mwesterti P/fesbyeerfarj itral Presbyter/an * \ouTHERn Presbyter/ah RICHMOND, VA. 1 vindow himney in of me. t gone; lone \ ;now, >f men see? i rs, ana o him, God e from ep and l gvocate. ill not accor&tna to ^ m.?Isaiah bin: 20. *