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It doth not yet appear

All doubt has left my troubled soul

Author: William Stone
Tune: [All doubt has left my troubled soul]
Published in 4 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 All doubt has left my troubled soul,
Sweet peace, now reigns within;
I have no fear, that conflict’s o’er,
My heart is cleansed from sin.

Blessed peace, doth fill me now,
My soul is thrilled with cheer;
But what I shall be when He comes
It doth not yet appear.

2 Is this a foretaste of that bliss;
‘Tis heav’n begun below,
O! rapturous joy, that thrills my heart,
A Saviour thus to know. [Refrain]

3 I’ll hasten on to meet Him then;
I long to see His face:
To hear Him say, “well done my child,
A triumph of my grace.” [Refrain]

4 What will it be to meet Him there,
Whose blood hath set me free,
To look upon those wounded hands,
He bore on Calvary. [Refrain]

5 O! Saviour dear, I come, I come,
To spend eternity;
With Thee, who didst my ransom pay,
In bitt’rest agony. [Refrain]

Source: Hymns of the Kingdom: for use in religious meetings #73

Author: William Stone

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Text Information

First Line: All doubt has left my troubled soul
Title: It doth not yet appear
Author: William Stone
Refrain First Line: Blessed peace, doth fill me now



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Christian Hymns No. 1 #10

Hymns of Heavenly Harmony #d3

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Hymns of the Kingdom #73

Hymns of the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ #d4

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