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Beautiful Water, Bountiful Blessings

Beautiful water, Bountiful blessings

Author: Paul Chappel (2009)
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Beautiful water, Bountiful blessings,
Life is a journey, God is our guide;
Knowing the love that always surrounds us,
Lifts and astounds us,
God by our side.

2 There, on the shoreline Moses commanded,
Water divided, people went through.
Jesus, went, also under the water:
There is our freedom, we are made new.

3 Great Alleluias shower eternal!
Angels can shout their praises abroad.
Joining the chorus we can rejoice and
Sing, "Alleluia, Praise be to God!

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Author: Paul Chappel

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Text Information

First Line: Beautiful water, Bountiful blessings
Title: Beautiful Water, Bountiful Blessings
Author: Paul Chappel (2009)
Language: English
Notes: Suggested tune: BUNESSAN
Copyright: © 2009 Hope Publishing Company


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