Although I speak with angels' tongueAuthor: Andrew Donaldson
Published in 2 hymnals
1 Although I speak with angel's tongue,
my faith, my knowledge all surpass,
but have no love, my gifts are vain
as clanging gong or blaring brass.
2 For love is patient, love is kind,
and never vain with boasting pride;
love bears all things, all things endures.
All things must end; love will abide.
3 For now we peer at darkened glass;
our visions end; our tongues all cease.
In part we know in part now see:
then we will see love face to face.
4 The gifts are many, the body one,
and into one are all baptized.
Beloved, share one heart, one mind,
one hope, one faith, one love in Christ.
Source: Evangelical Lutheran Worship #644
|Instances (1 - 2 of 2)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|Evangelical Lutheran Worship #644||Although I Speak with Angel's Tongue||Although I speak with angel's tongue||O WALY WALY||Andrew Donaldson, b. 1951||L M||2006||Community in Christ | ; Love ||
|Singing the New Testament #161||Although I Speak with Angel's Tongue||Although I speak with angels' tongue||SHE'S LIKE THE SWALLOW||Andrew Donaldson||184.108.40.206||1 Corinthians 13||2008||Family | ; Family of God | ; Love | for each other; Love | Us for God; Marriage | ; Spiritual Gifts ||