6203. Something to Feast the Soul

1. Something to feast the soul, O Lord,
Something to gather from Thy Word,
Give us today;
That, wheresoe’er our feet may roam,
We may be drawing nearer home,
Each night, we pray.

2. Give us today our daily bread,
That we, from Thy rich bounty fed,
May grow within;
That, overcoming every foe,
The sweet reward of faith may know,
A rest from sin.

3. Give us a patient spirit, Lord,
For all the world cannot accord
Such blissful rest.
As, when we lean upon Thy Word,
Thy precious promises afford
To souls oppressed.

Text Information
First Line: Something to feast the soul, O Lord
Title: Something to Feast the Soul
Author: Mrs. C. E. Taylor (1884)
Meter: 884.884
Language: English
Source: Joyful Lays, by Robert Lowry and W. Howard Doane (New York: Biglow & Main, 1884), number 1
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: TAYLOR
Composer: Robert Lowry
Meter: 884.884
Incipit: 33343 32111 21651
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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