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The wounds of Christ are open

Author: Evangeline Booth Hymnal: One Hundred Favorite Songs of the Salvation Army #d26 (1893) Hymnal Title: One Hundred Favorite Songs of the Salvation Army First Line: Dark shadows were falling, My spirit appalling
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The wounds of Christ are open

Hymnal: The Salvation Army Music #191 (1900) Hymnal Title: The Salvation Army Music First Line: Dark shadows were falling Languages: English Tune Title: THE WOUNDS OF CHRIST

The wounds of Christ are open

Author: Evangeline Booth Hymnal: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #d152 (1953) Hymnal Title: The Song Book of the Salvation Army First Line: Dark shadows were falling, My spirit appalling
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The wounds of Christ are open

Author: Evangeline Booth (1865-1950) Hymnal: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #237 (1986) Hymnal Title: The Song Book of the Salvation Army First Line: Dark shadows were falling Lyrics: 1 Dark shadows were falling, My spirit appalling, For hid in my heart sin’s deep crimson stains lay; And when I was weeping, The past o’er me creeping, I heard of the blood which can wash sin away. Refrain: The wounds of Christ are open, Sinner, they were made for thee; The wounds of Christ are open, There for refuge flee. 2 It soothes all life’s sorrows, It smooths all its furrows, It binds up the wounds which transgression has made; It turns night to morning, So truly adorning The spirit with joy when all other lights fade. 3 Come, cast in thy sorrow, Wait not till tomorrow, Life’s evening is closing, the death-bell will toll; His blood for thee streaming, His grace so redeeming, His love intervening will pardon thy soul. Topics: The gospel Invitation Languages: English

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