|Text:||Down from His Glory|
|Author:||William E. Booth-Clibborn|
|Tune:||O SOLE MIO|
|Composer:||Eduardo di Capua, 1865-1917|
1. Down from His glory,
Ever living story,
My God and Savior came,
And Jesus was His name.
Born in a manger,
To His own a stranger,
A man of sorrows, tears and agony.
O how I love Him! How I adore Him!
My breath, my sunshine, my all in all.
The great Creator became my Savior,
And all God’s fullness dwelleth in Him.
2. What condescension,
Bringing us redemption;
That in the dead of night,
Not one faint hope in sight,
God, gracious, tender,
Laid aside His splendor,
Stooping to woo, to win, to save my soul. [Refrain]
3. Without reluctance,
Flesh and blood His substance,
He took the form of man,
Revealed the hidden plan,
O glorious mystery
Sacrifice of Calv’ry,
And now I know Thou art the great I Am. [Refrain]
|First Line:||Down from His glory|
|Title:||Down from His Glory|
|Author:||William E. Booth-Clibborn (1921)|
|Refrain First Line:||O how I love Him! How I adore Him!|
|Name:||O SOLE MIO|
|Composer:||Eduardo di Capua, 1865-1917 (1898, arr.)|
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