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195. Who Is He in Yonder Stall?

1. Who is he in yonder stall
at whose feet the shepherds fall?
Who is he in deep distress,
fasting in the wilderness?

'Tis the Lord! O wondrous story!
'Tis the Lord! the King of glory!
At his feet we humbly fall,
crown him, crown him Lord of all!

2 Who is he the people bless
for his words of gentleness?
Who is he to whom they bring
all the sick and sorrowing? (Refrain)

3 Who is he who stands and weeps
at the grave where Lazarus sleeps?
Who is he the gathering throng
greet with loud triumphant song? (Refrain)

4 Lo! at midnight, who is he
prays in dark Gethsemane?
Who is he on yonder tree
dies in grief and agony? (Refrain)

5 Who is he who from the grave
comes to heal and help and save?
Who is he that from his throne
rules through all the world alone? (Refrain)

Text Information
First Line: Who is he in yonder stall
Title: Who Is He in Yonder Stall?
Author: Benjamin R. Hanby (1866)
Publication Date: 1990
Scripture: 1 Timothy 3:16; Matthew 4:24; Matthew 5:2; Revelation 17:14
Topic: Adoration: of Jesus Christ
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Tis the Lord! O wondrous story!
Tune Information
Composer: Benjamin R. Hanby (1866)
Key: A♭ Major

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