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Hymn of Invitation
And when he stooped to earth.
And suffered rude disdain,
They cast their honors at his feet,
And waited In his train.
They saw him on the Cross,
While darkness veiled the sk'es,
And when he burst the gates of death
They saw the conqueror rise.
“Hail, Prince cf Light,” they cry;
“Whose unexampled love
Moved thee to ouit these realms
And royaltiess above,”
“Hail Prince of Light’(C. B Adams)
“HAIL PRINCE OF LIGHT.”
Beyond the starry skies,
Far as the eternal hills,
There, in boundless worlds of light,
Our Great Redeemer dwells.
Around him angels fair,
In countless armies sh'ne;
And ever in exalted lays;
They offer songs divine.
Halle’ujah! Christ is risen;
He is risen from the dead;
Halleluiah be 1« risen.
Hail, all hail, thou Prince of
Hymn-. fjo. 150
S "ripture Lesson John-8
Solo--“For WeBelieve”(C. B Adams) Aliss Van Wormer
“FOR WE BELIEVE.”
1 would not have you to be ignorant
Concerning them which are asleep,
That ye sorrow not, that ye sorrow not,
Even as those who have no hope,
For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again,
Even so them which sleep in Jesus will God bring
For the l ord hirrse’f shall descend from heaven.
Shall descerd from heaven with a shout;
With the voice of an archangel and the trumpet of
Fcr if we believe that Jecus di'd and rose again,
Even so them which sleep in Jesus,
Gcd will bring with h’m.
Offertorv—Selected—Violin Solo Mr. Jack London
Sermon by the Pastor “Three Ways of Treating a
They thronged h's chariot wheels.
And’ bore him to His throne,
Then swept their golden harps and sung,
“The glorious work is done.”
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First Christian Church, Ardmore, text, Date Unknown; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1627585/m1/3/: accessed October 26, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Ardmore Public Library.