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He's coming once again

Author: F. E. Belden Appears in 7 hymnals Matching Instances: 4 Lyrics: 1 He's coming once again, To set his people free; That where he is, in glory bright, His saints may also be. Then lift the drooping head, Look up, rejoice and sing; He comes, in majesty sublime, Salvation's glorious King! 2 The earth shall quake with fear, The heavens shall flee away; And where shall guilty man appear In that tremendous day? No refuge then is nigh, No shelter from the blast; The night of vengeance vails the sky When mercy's day is past. 3 His eyes of living flame, The wicked shall devour; No tongue will lightly speak the name Of Jesus in that hour. No scorn, no words of hate For his meek followers then; But prayers and tears that come too late Will mark earth's mighty men. Topics: Second Advent Executive Judgment Used With Tune: VERDI
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Thy Work Alone

Author: H. Bonar Appears in 119 hymnals Matching Instances: 1 First Line: Not what these hands have done Lyrics: 1 Not what these hands have done, Can save this guilty soul; Not what this toiling flesh has borne, Can make my spirit whole. Thy work alone, my Lord, Can ease this weight of sin; Thy blood alone, O Lamb of God, Can give me peace within. 2 Not what I feel or do, Can give me peace with God; Not all my prayers, or sighs, or tears, Can ease my awful load. Thy love to me, O God, Not mine, O Lord, to thee, Can rid me of this dark unrest, And set my spirit free. 3 No other work save thine, No meaner blood will do; No strength, save that which is divine, Can bear me safely through. I praise the God of grace, I trust his love and might. He calls me his, I call him mine; My God, my joy, my light. Topics: Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement; Christ Atonement Used With Tune: HUBERT

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