Isaiah viii. 6.

Beneath Moriah's rocky side
A gentle fountain springs,
Silent and soft its waters glide,
Like the peace the Spirit brings.

The thirsty Arab stoops to drink
Of the cool and quiet wave,
And the thirsty spirit stops to think
Of Him who came to save.

Siloam is the fountain's name,
It means "One sent from God;"
And thus the holy Saviour's fame
It gently spreads abroad.

O grant that I, like this sweet well,
May Jesus' image bear,
And spend my life, my all, to tell
How full His mercies are.

Foot of Carmel, June 1839.

No. Song / Poem Title
1 The Barren Fig Tree
2 Jehovah Tsidekenu
3 The Sing the Song of Moses
4 On Mungo Park's Finding a Tuft of Green Moss in the African Desert
5 I am a Debtor
6 Children Called to Christ
7 Thy Word is a Lamp Unto My Feet, and a Light Unto My Path
8 Fountain of Siloam
9 The Sea of Galilee
10 To Yonder Side
11 On the Mediterranean Sea in the Bay of Carmel
12 The Child Coming to Jesus
13 Oil in the Lamp
14 On J.T a Believing Boy