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87. Wonderful Peace

1 There is peace, sweet peace in Jesus’ love,
For the troubled, weary soul;
‘Tis the wondrous peace of heav’n above,
That will make our spirits whole.

Peace, wonderful peace,
When all our doubtings shall cease;
When trials are past, and day dawns at last,
Oh, wonderful, wonderful peace.

2 Jesus gives balm for pain and grief,
For our sadness giveth joy;
And his blessed peace brings sweet relief,
That no foe can e’er destroy. [Refrain]

3 Jesus knowethev’ry sorrow deep,
And he knoweth what is best;
Unto all the souls that mourn and weep,
His sweet peace brings joy and rest. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: There is peace, sweet peace in Jesus’ love
Title: Wonderful Peace
Author: Mabel J. Rosemon
Refrain First Line: Peace, wonderful peace
Publication Date: 1915


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