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148. "In that Day there shall be a Fountain opened for Sin and Uncleanness"

1 See, from Zion's sacred mountain,
Streams of living waters flow:
God has open'd there a fountain;
This supplies the plains below:
They are blessed
Who its sov'reign virtues know.

2 Through ten thousand channels flowing,
Streams of mercy find their way;
Life, and health, and joy bestowing,
Making all around look gay:
O, ye nations!
Hail the long expected day.

3 Gladden'd by the flowing treasure,
All-enriching as it goes:
Lo, the desert smiles with pleasure,
Buds and blossoms as the rose,
Every object
Sings for joy where'er it flows.

4 Trees of life the banks adorning,
Yield their fruit to all around;
Those who eat are sav'd from mourning,
Pleasure comes and hopes abound:
Fair their portion!
Endless life with glory crown'd.

Text Information
First Line: See, from Zion's sacred mountain
Title: "In that Day there shall be a Fountain opened for Sin and Uncleanness"
Meter: P. M. 8s & 7s.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1845
Topic: Holy Spirit: Gospel Call
Tune Information
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