11977. Send The Power Again

1 There was power, O Lord, in the days of old,
To kindle a fire in hearts grown cold;
That we on Thy word may now lay hold,
Lord, send that power again.

Refrain:
Lord, send the power again,
O send the power again!
We believe on Thy name,
And Thy promise we claim,
Lord, send the power again.

2 There was power by which every tongue could speak,
New life giving power unto the weak;
That sent them the wandering ones to seek—
Lord, send that power again. [Refrain]

3 There was power to set every captive free
And give to Thy servants liberty
To speak and to pray and work for Thee—
Lord, send that power again. [Refrain]

4 There was power, O Lord, in the old time prayer,
It thrilled every heart and lingered there,
Till we in Thy glory seemed to share—
Lord, send that power again. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: There was power, O Lord, in the days of old
Title: Send The Power Again
Author: William Charles Poole (1911)
Refrain First Line: Lord, send the power again
Language: English
Source: Great Revival Hymns by Homer Rodeheaver, Bentley D. Ackley, William E. Biederwolf and John B. Herbert (Chicago: Rodeheaver-Ackley, 1911)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [There was power, O Lord, in the days of old]
Composer: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel
Key: F Major or modal
Copyright: Public Domain



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