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CCCL. Providing Bags that wax not old

1 Yes, there are Joys that cannot die,
With GOD laid up in Store;
Treasure, beyond the changing Sky,
Brighter than Golden Ore.

2 The Seeds which Piety and Love
Have scatter'd here below,
In the fair, fertile Fields above,
To ample Harvests grow.

3 The Mite, my willing Hands can give,
At JESUS' Feet I lay;
Grace shall the humble Gift receive,
And Grace at large repay.

Text Information
First Line: Yes, there are Joys that cannot die
Title: Providing Bags that wax not old
Language: English
Publication Date: 1791
Topic: Faith and Obedience
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