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397. O could I find from day to day

1 O could I find from day to day
A nearness to my God!
Then should my hours glide sweet away,
And lean upon His Word.

2 Lord, I desire with Thee to live
Anew from day to day;
In joys the world can never give,
Nor ever take away.

3 O Jesus, come and rule my heart,
And make me wholly Thine,
That I may never more depart,
Nor grieve Thy love divine.

4 Thus till my last expiring breath
Thy goodness I'll adore;
And when my flesh dissolves in death,
My soul shall love Thee more.

Text Information
First Line: O could I find from day to day
Meter: C. M.
Publication Date: 1868
Topic: The Christian Life: Holiness; Advent, Fourth Sunday; Easter Season, Fifth Sunday (2 more...)
Source: Hartford Selection, 1799
Notes: Alternate tune: #221 or #253
Tune Information
Name: COVENTRY
Meter: C. M.
Key: C Major
Notes: Composer from index: Howard?



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