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302b. How beauteous are their feet

1 How beauteous are their feet,
who stand on Sion's hill,
who bring salvation on their tongues
and words of peace reveal!

2 How happy are our ears
that hear this happy sound,
which kings and prophets waited for,
and sought, but never found!

3 How blessèd are our eyes
that see this heavenly light,
prophets and kings desired it long,
but died without the sight!

4 The Lord makes bare his arm
through all the earth abroad:
Let every nation now behold
their Saviour and their God.

Text Information
First Line: How beauteous are their feet
Author: Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
Meter: SM
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ;
Topic: Church: Universal; Light; Prophets
Tune Information
Name: ST THOMAS
Meter: SM
Key: F Major
Source: From Aaron Williams's New Universal Psalmodist, 1770



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