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48. How Blest Are They Who Hear God's Word

1 How blest are they who hear God's Word,
And keep and heed what they have heard!
They wisdom daily gather;
Their light shines brighter day by day,
And while they tread life's weary way,
They have the oil of gladness
To soothe their pain and sadness.

2 God's Word a treasure is to me,
Thro' sorrow's night my sun shall be,
The shield of faith in battle.
The Father's hand hath written there
My title as His child and heir,
"The kingdom's thine forever."
That promise faileth never.

3 Today I was my Savior's guest;
My soul was here so richly blest,
The Bread of Life receiving.
Oh, may thereby my faith prevail,
So that its fruits shall never fail
Till my account is given
Before the throne in heaven!

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: How blest are they who hear God's Word
Title: How Blest Are They Who Hear God's Word
German Title: O salig den Guds Ord har hört
Translator: Oluf H. Smeby (1913)
Author: Johan N. Brun (1786)
Publication Date: 1941
Meter: 8.8.7.8.8.7.7.
Scripture: Isaiah 61:3
Topic: Adoration: Close of Service
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: MIN SJÄL OG AAND
Meter: 8.8.7.8.8.7.7.
Key: a minor
Source: "Psalmebog," 1569



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