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Light of the world! Whose kind and gentle care

Author: H. Bateman Hymnal: Cân a Mawl #198b (1918) Hymnal Title: Cân a Mawl Languages: English Tune Title: GWYNETH

Light of the world, whose kind and gentle care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: Hymnal of the Evangelical Church. Word ed. #d398 (1900) Hymnal Title: Hymnal of the Evangelical Church. Word ed.
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Light of the world! whose kind and gentle care

Author: H. Bateman Hymnal: In Excelsis #853 (1897) Hymnal Title: In Excelsis

Light of the world, whose kind and gentle care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: Sunday School Hymnal #d233 (1901) Hymnal Title: Sunday School Hymnal

Light of the world, whose kind and gentle care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: The Chapel Service Book #d85 (1920) Hymnal Title: The Chapel Service Book
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Light of the World! Whose Kind and Gentle Care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #4119 Meter: 10.4.10.4.10.10 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal Lyrics: 1. Light of the world! Whose kind and gentle care Is joy and rest; Whose counsels and commands so gracious are, Wisest and best; Shine on my path, dear Lord, and guard the way, Lest my poor heart, forgetting, go astray. 2. Lord of my life! my soul’s most pure desire, Its hope and peace; Let not the faith Thy loving words inspire Falter, or cease; But be to me, true friend, my chief delight, And safely guide, that every step be right. 3. My blessèd Lord! what bliss to feel Thee near, Faithful and true; To trust in Thee, without one doubt or fear, Thy will to do. And all the while to know that Thou, our Friend, Art blessing us, and wilt bless to the end. 4. And then, O then! when sorrow’s night is o’er, Life’s daylight come, And we are safe within Heaven’s golden door, At home! at home! How full of glad rejoicing will we raise, Savior, to Thee our everlasting praise. Languages: English Tune Title: COCHRAN
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Light of the world, whose kind and gentle care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: The Hymnal of Praise #244 (1913) Hymnal Title: The Hymnal of Praise Topics: The Christian Life Aspiration and Prayer Tune Title: COCHRAN
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Light of the world, whose kind and gentle care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: The Methodist Hymnal #505 (1905) Hymnal Title: The Methodist Hymnal
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Light of the world, whose kind and gentle care

Author: Henry Bateman Hymnal: The New Laudes Domini #924 (1892) Hymnal Title: The New Laudes Domini Topics: Christian Experience Discipline and Sorrow Tune Title: COCHRAN

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