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200. When His Salvation Bringing

1 When, His salvation bringing,
To Zion Jesus came,
The children all stood singing,
Hosannas to His name;
Nor did their zeal offend Him,
But, as He rode along,
He let them still attend Him,
And smiled to hear their song.

2 And since the Lord retaineth
His love for children still,
Tho' now as King He reigneth
On Zion's heav'nly hill,
We'll flock around His banner,
Who sits upon His throne,
And cry aloud, "Hosanna
To David's royal Son."

3 For should we fail proclaiming
Our great Redeemer's praise,
The stones, our silence shaming,
Would their Hosannas raise.
But shall we only render
The tribute of our words?
No; while our hearts are tender,
They too shall be the Lord's.

Text Information
First Line: When, His salvation bringing
Title: When His Salvation Bringing
Author: John King (1830)
Publication Date: 1918
Topic: Childhood and Youth: Childhood
Tune Information
Name: TOURS
Composer: Berthold Tours (1872)
Key: E♭ Major



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