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34a. The Gospel Pool

1. Beside the gospel pool,
Appointed for the poor,
From time to time my helpless soul,
Has waited for a cure.

2. But whither can I go?
There is no other pool,
Where streams of sov’reign virtue flow,
To make a sinner whole.

Text Information
First Line: Beside the gospel pool
Title: The Gospel Pool
Author: John Newton (1779)
Publication Date: 1991
Meter: S.M.
Tune Information
Composer: Edmund Dumas (1869)
Meter: S.M.
Incipit: 13565 3215U 11D65 5U1D5
Key: F Major

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