Image from page 170 of "Songs of love and praise, no. 4 : for use in meetings for Christian worship or work" (1897)
Subjects: Hymns, English
Publisher: Philadelphia : J.J. Hood
Contributing Library: Music Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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breaks at last; And 3. Lo, the great King of kings, with heal - ing in his wings, To 4. Oh, boundless love di - vine! how shall this tongue of mine To 5. Sing, till the ech- oes fly a - bove the vaulted sky, And 9^ :#. • „#-_# -0-1- m —IV sg=t* S=5 ev - er human hearts and hu-man woes abound ; Let ev - ry Christianhushed the dreadful wail and fu - ry of the blast, As oer the goldenev -ry captive soul a full delivrance brings; And throthe vacant wondring mortals tellall the saints a- bove the matchless grace divine—That I, a child ofto all be- low re - ply, In strains of endless 1)8, r wt.w w i i v *~ - r i v v v -Holy Ghost from heavn, The Fathers promise givn; Oh, spread the tidings ■ Li i 1 -7ST Fine. A- m tongue proclaim the joy-ful sound: The Com - fort - er hills the day ad - vances fast! The Com - fort - er cells the song of triumph rings: The Com - fort - er hell, should in his im-age shine! The Com - fort - er love, the song that neer will die: The Com • fort - er
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round, Wher-ev • er man is found—The Com - fort - er has come! CHORUS. -A- JD.8,
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