The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.@Psalm 34:18

John M. Whyte, in The Fin­est of the Wheat, by George D. El­der­kin (Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois: Ro­bert R. Mc­Cabe, 1890), num­ber 86.

Car­ra­ra John M. Whyte, 1890 (🔊 pdf nwc).

Like the music of a fountain
Which a thirsty traveler hears,
Speaks a voice from Calv’ry’s mountain,
I am more than all thy fears.

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O ye broken hearts, look upward!
Hear the angel voices calling,
Lift your eyes to Calv’ry’s Jesus,
Broken hearted there for you.

Tho’ thy heart is crushed and broken,
Like a storm tossed ship at sea,
Sinking, dying, Christ hath spoken,
It is I, look unto Me.

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Tho’ thy song hath naught but sorrow,
Like a bird’s whose breast is torn,
Fly to Christ, nor wait the morrow,
He hath all thy sorrows borne.

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Look away beyond thy sadness,
Up to Jesus turn thy gaze;
Then thy song shall turn to gladness—
Then thy tongue shall sound His praise.

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