1 All who love our precious Savior,
Tune your harps of praise;
He with grace and loving-kindness
Crowneth all our days.
Praise him for his truth eternal!—
Blessed gospel light;
Lift the voice of glad rejoicing
Morning, noon and night.
All ye free, his name adore,
Sound his praises o’er and o’er;
Here on earth and then above,
Sing of God’s redeeming love.
2 Happy pilgrims, heirs of glory,
Let us praise the Lord;
By his Spirit he hath made us
All of one accord.
Let us speak of all his goodness
Unto us each hour;
Holy angels, with us praise him
For his mighty pow’r. [Refrain]
3 Come, and let us praise Jehovah,
All ye ransomed throng;
He rejoices o’er his people
With a joyful song.
Sound his praise in ev’ry nation,
All his works proclaim;
Then thro’ heaven’s ceaseless ages
Praise his wondrous name. [Refrain]
Daniel Otis Teasley, 1876-1942
Died: November 15, 1942, Santa Ana, California.
Teasley entered the ministry of the Church of God denomination in 1896, and pastored in New York. Sometime after 1910, he became General Manager of the Gospel Trumpet Company, where he worked until 1917. He then worked as general manager of Warner Press (1917-18). His works include:
Historical Geography of the Bible, 1898, 1917
The Holy Spirit and Other Spirits, 1904
How to Conduct a Sunday School, 1911
The Gospel Guide-book, 1918
The Bible and How to Interpret It, 1918
At the Cross of Jesus Bowing
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