Excerpt from Songs of the Bible: For the Sunday School
I There's a well in the coun try of suffi'ring and grief, To the parched and the wea ry it Li Think not to ex-haust this en ui a1 spring, Think not as a pay ment your Round the fountains of earth there dan ger and death, ... Their voi ces may fail like thine bringeth re lief; Un ceasing ly ¿ows its pure crys-tal-line tide, And the name of this foun-tain is treasures to bring, For the King who has spoken His words ne'er belied; Freely drink of this fountain, yea, own fleet-ing breath; But exhaustless this water, what-e'er may be tide, nk at this fountain, yea, Drink and abide, drink and abide, The Saviour invites to the clear ¿owing tide.
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