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90. Come, Christians, Join to Sing

1 Come, Christians, join to sing:
Alleluia! Amen!
Loud praise to Christ we bring:
Alleluia! Amen!
Let all with heart and voice,
before his throne rejoice;
praise we with gracious choice:
Alleluia! Amen!

2 Come, lift your hearts on high,
Alleluia! Amen!
Let praises fill the sky:
Alleluia! Amen!
Christ is our Guide and Friend
on whom we can depend;
his love shall never end:
Alleluia! Amen!

3 Praise yet our Christ again:
Alleluia! Amen!
Life shall not end the strain:
Alleluia! Amen!
On heaven's blissful shore
his goodness we'll adore,
singing for evermore:
Alleluia! Amen!

Text Information
First Line: Come, Christians, join to sing
Title: Come, Christians, Join to Sing
Author: Christian Henry Bateman (1843, alt.)
Meter: 66.66D
Publication Date: 1995
Topic: God Known in Jesus Christ: Praise to Christ; Eternal Life; Funerals and Memorial Services (3 more...)
Tune Information
Name: MADRID
Harmonizer: David Evans (1927)
Meter: 66.66D
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Harm. used by permission of Oxford University Press



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