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A Fount of mercy, Lord, Thou art

A Fount of mercy, Lord, Thou art

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A Fount of mercy, Lord, Thou art,
Perennial and Divine;
Thou Source of every lasting good,
All needed grace is Thine;
Now to the sufferer healing give,
And touch the sick, that he may live.

O Saviour, Who alone art God,
Thy hand is quick to heal,
For Thou didst wear our feeble flesh,
And all its ailments feel;
And Thou canst make the sufferer whole,
And save the sin-afflicted soul.

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O Christ, the great Physician Thou,
Tender and full of power;
Now with the oil of grace anoint
The sufferer at this hour;
Bid Thou the pain and weakness cease,
And give the sore afflicted peace.

Text Information

First Line: A Fount of mercy, Lord, Thou art
Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.8
Language: English

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Hymns of the Early Church #114

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