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Resting 'neath the lofty cedars,

Led by Jordan's tranquil stream,
Thy long term of tribulation,

Shall but seem a troubled dream.
Yes, a dream, from which awaking,

Thou shalt feel distress no more ;
As a voyager rejoicing,

To regain his native shore.

Stricken Israel, meekly bending,

Ask thy father to forgive ;
Turn to Him with prayer and weeping,

Turn, for thou shalt surely live.
Soon shall come the Second Advent,

Of thine own anointed Lord ;
Jesus is thy King and Saviour ;

Thy salvation—his reward.

As a diadem of glory,

Thou shalt deck Messiah's brow;
Beautiful, and pure, and radiant,

Though despised it may be now.
First and chief among the nations,

Princes to thy rule shall bend,
While from every hill of Zion,

Shouts of joy and praise ascend.

Son of David-root of Jesse !

We would never give thee rest,
Till thy banished ones returning,

In thine own fair land are blest.
Till within thy holy Temple,

Meet once more thy chosen race,
And thou shalt to every people,

Spread the blessings of thy grace.

J. T.

LONDON : Printed at the Operative Jewish Converts' Institution,

Palestine Place, Bethnal Green.

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LONDON: Printed at the Operative Jewish Converts' Institution,

Palestine Place, Bethnal Green.


Account of the London Society, Missions to the Jews :25, 53, 75, 145, 175, 197, 221, 246,

Greece, 67 274

Jerusalem, 41, 87, 157 Addresses at Annual Meeting-

London, 166 Dr. Marsh, 131; Lord Ashley,

Lublin, 20 136; Rev.J.A.Hausmeister, 137

Posen, 93 Ancient Parabolic Jewish Hymn,

Tiberias, 260 116

Warsaw, 21 Anniversary of the Hebrew Narrative of the Conversion of a Schools, 181

Jew, 249

London Nathan, or the Power of Love Society, 130

and Truth, 50, 80, 104 Annual Letter of the Bishop of Natural and Wild Branches, 203 Jerusalem, 1

New Testament, 35 Bible History of the Jews, 5, 49 Number of Jews in the Austrian Bishop of Jerusalem, Annual Empire, 32 Letter of the, 1

Operative Jewish Converts' InChange of heart exemplified in a stitution, 150 Jewish Child, 127

Passover, the, and its Sanitary name to avert death, Tendencies, 154 111

Poetry: Consecration of Christ Church, Fear not, for I have reJerusalem, 73

deemed thee, 24 Conversion of a Jew at Leipsic,

Hagar, 283 200

If I forget thee, O Jerusanarrative of lem, 47 the, 249

Lines on hearing the HeDeath of an aged Christian brew Children sing, 72 Jewess, 141

Moses in the Desert, 264 a young convert, 227

Pray for the Peace of JeEgypt, 16

rusalem, 119 Hospital at Jerusalem, (with an The Great Word, 143, 168, Engraving), 99, 121

191, 216, 240 Jerusalem, 225, 257

The Past and the Future, Jewish Calendar, 33, 62, 85

95 Jews in China, 169, 193, 217, 241, Power of the Gospel Illustrated, 269

231 Cochin, 30

Present Crisis as affecting the Karaites in Egypt, 65

Jews, the Church, and the Last Month of the Year, 265 World, 13 Letter from a believing Jewess to Rabbinical Jewess, 278 a Clergyman, 10

Reniarkable Preservation of the London Society, account of, 25, Jewish Historian Josephus, 175

53, 75, 145, 175, 197, 221, 246, 274 Rock in a Weary Land, 152 Missions to the Jews :

Samaritans, the, 149, 186
Amsterdam, 19, 37, 211, Secret Believers, 149

“ The Place of Wailing,” 113
Berlin, 163
The Promise as sure

the Bucharest, 161

Threatening, 283
Cairo, 189

Tyre, 208

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