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" storm-tossed soul, Never more from wind and tide, Never more from billows' roll Wilt thou ever need to hide? Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft white hair; Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again in pleading prayer, Still,... "
Littell's Living Age - Pagina 192
1879
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The Parish Magazine for Berkeley, Dursley, Stinchcombe, and Uley

1878 - 840 pagina’s
...for me, Let me hide myself in Thee.' Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft grey hair, Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again in pleading prayer ? Still, aye still, tlio words would be, ' Let me hide myself in Thee." ' Eock of Ages, cleft for me, Lot me hide nryself...
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The Headington Parish Magazine, Volume 10

St. Andrew's Church (Headington, Oxford, England) - 1878 - 352 pagina’s
...for me, Let me hide myself in Thee.' Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft grey hair, Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again...the words would be, ' Let me hide myself in Thee.' ' Eock of Ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee.' From Nav York Evanyelist. THE CORSE-BUSH....
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The Shadow of the Rock, and Other Religious Poems

Anson Davies Fitz Randolph - 1872 - 298 pagina’s
...Never more from billow's roll, Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless, sunken eyes. Cotild the mute and stiffened lips Move again in pleading...the words would be, " Let me hide myself in Thee." UNTIL HE GOME.'" He come !"—oh, let the words -L Linger on the trembling chords Let the little while...
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The Shadow of the Rock, and Other Religious Poems

Anson Davies Fitz Randolph - 1872 - 290 pagina’s
...from billow's roll, Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Could the inufce and stiffened lips Move again in pleading prayer,...the words would be, " Let me hide myself in Thee." " UNTIL HE COMK» He come !"— oh, let the words Linger on the trembling chords • Let the little...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumes 29-31

1875
...roll, Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft gray hair, Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again...the words would be, " Let me hide myself in Thee." TRUE OBEDIENCE. A CERTAIN man in Prussia, whom they call a pointsman, whose work it was to see that...
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ECHOES FROM THE HEART

EMMA MOODY - 1876
...roll, Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft grey hair. Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again in pleading prayer, Still, aye still, the wcrls would be, " Let me hide mvself in Thee !" THE Y SHALL BE MINE. "THEY shall be Mine!" Oh! lay...
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Song Victories of the Bliss and Sankey Hymns, Being a Collection of One ...

Wilbur Fisk Crafts - 1877 - 166 pagina’s
...Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless, sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft gray hah», Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again in pleading...the words would be, " Let me hide myself in Thee." " ALL HAIL THE POWEK OF JESUS 9 NAME ! " — JKev. Edward P erronei. ABOUT the year 1808, this grand...
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Hymns and verses, collected by S.B.

Hymns, Sarah Backhouse - 1878 - 170 pagina’s
...roll Wilt thou need a place to hide. Could the sightless sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft gray hair, Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again...the words would be, " Let me hide myself in Thee." SIMPLY TEUSTING. My God, I do not fear To yield myself to Thee ; However strange Thy will appear, The...
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The Science and Art of Elocution: Embracing a Comprehensive and Systematic ...

Frank Honywell Fenno - 1878 - 414 pagina’s
...roll Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless, sunken eyes ; Closed beneath the soft gray hair, Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again...the words would be,— "Let me hide myself in Thee." THE OLD MAN IN THE MODEL CHURCH. [Impersonate.] Well, wife, I've found the model church! I worshipped...
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My little keepsake, pictures, stories and poetry

My little keepsake - 1879 - 302 pagina’s
...roll, Wilt thou need thyself to hide. Could the sightless sunken eyes, Closed beneath the soft grey hair, Could the mute and stiffened lips Move again...the words would be, " Let me hide myself in Thee." < GUILT AND FEAR. a guilty conscience causes fear is a well-known truth; and I remember an instance...
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