King's Business - 1928-03


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K i n g ’ s

March 1928

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The words of this song were written by Mrs. Dorothy Polsue, a bed-ridden saint residing at Sierra Madre, Calif. She has given them the form o f a negro spiritual and the musical setting carries out this idea. Here is a song that carries the full Gospel message and we trust it may be used to the glory o f our great Saviour. 129 I Have a Pilot. Dorothy B. Polsue SOLO, or Soprano and Tenor DUET —N -S -T—I—I m Keith L. Brooks -H =4= • n ■' 1 1/ s - -#- • -0- ■r I 'g. JB 1. I’ll sail old Jor - dan bye and bye,...... My Lord will pi - lot me o’er Jor-dan Jor - dan and bye, 2. I have a homeBS| on Canaan’s side,........ My Lord prepared a home for a home her side: 3. When Jesus calls,... I’ll sail a-way,........ My Lord will call for me and He calls, . a - way, 4. I shall not fear...... old Jordan’ s wave,.... My Lord is near, I shall not not fear her waves mm b i EE3E3E * • me on Canaan’sside;...... Have yon a home...... the tide? I will sail a - way;....... You, too, must cross,... the tide some day,........... The a - way; must cross someday, fear old Jordan’ s wave;... Who’llbe the guide...... your soul to save?........ Will her wave; W m w m m the guide H I to. save, I ■ §1 - M — jß—m r„ ----------- 0-Vr-ß ----- _ I_ * — v —ß * V V ¡7 C horus ^™ I w BËP v U '■ 1 pi-lot me o’er roll-lng Jor-dan bye and bye? # you a homepreparedfor you on Ca - naan’s side? I have a Pi-lot o-verlife’ s across the tide?........ Have her side; a home . -0 • Jordan bye and bye;.' — ------------------------IS;-----------1--------- _ _____j - 1 — 0 ------------ S i — ■7-=-------- V 1 J 2 Ä . a i * — H : l 1 OldJordan’swaves are rolling high,........ Who’ll ' 9 V and bye; her waves roll high,

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