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325. Far from our mortal cares retreating

1.
Far from mortal cares retreating,
Sordid hopes and vain desires,
Here our willing footsteps meeting,
Every heart to heaven aspires.
From the fount of glory beaming,
Light celestial cheers our eyes,
Mercy from above proclaiming,
Peace and pardon from the skies.

2.
Who shall share this great salvation?
Every pure and humble mind,
Every kindred, tongue, and nation,
From the stains of guilt refined.
Blessings all around bestowing,
God withholds his care from none,
Grace and mercy ever flowing
From the fountain of his throne.

Text Information
First Line: Far from our mortal cares retreating
Title: Far from our mortal cares retreating
Meter: 8s & 7s
Language: English
Publication Date: 1854
Tune Information
Name: FOUNT OF GLORY
Composer: R. W. Thompson
Meter: 8s & 7s



Media
MIDI file: FountofGlory.midi
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