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307. [How can we sinners know]

6 Our mind is turned,
transformed in all its powers,
and witnesses are joined,
the Spirit of God with ours.

4 I ask no higher state;
indulge me but in this,
and soon or then translate
to thine eternal bliss.

5 Stand up and bless the Lord;
the Lord your God adore;
stand up and bless his name,
henceforth forevermore.

5 O day of God, draw nigh
as at creations' birth;
let there be light, and set
thy judgments on the earth.

Text Information
First Line: [How can we sinners know]
Author (A and B): Charles Wesley
Author (C): James Montgomery
Author (D): R. B. Y. Scott
Publication Date: 1991
Language: English
Notes: A. How Can We Sinners Know (United Methodist Hymnal #372) B. O Come and Dwell in Me (United Methodist Hymnal #388) C. Stand Up and Bless the Lord (United Methodist Hymnal #662) D. O Day of God, Draw Nigh (United Methodist Hymnal #730)
Tune Information
Composer (descant): Charles H. Webb
Key: G Major
Source: Genevan Psalter
Copyright: Descant © 1991 Abingdon Press
Notes: Descant (Vocal)

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