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'Tis Well With the Righteous

Come out into the sunlight

Author: Mattie Childs
Tune: [Come out into the sunlight]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Come out into the sunlight,
Out from the gloomy dell;
Why clothe the heart in sadness?
‘Tis with the righteous well!

Chorus:
‘Tis well, ‘tis will,
‘Tis with the righteous well!
‘Tis well, ‘tis well,
‘Tis with the righteous well!

2 Ye timid, doubting servants,
No more your sorrows tell;
Cheer up! give God the glory,
‘Tis with the righteous well! [Chorus]

3 He giveth songs of triumph,
Why sound the solemn knell?
Thy face should glow with gladness,
‘Tis with the righteous well! [Chorus]

4 If heirs to heav’nly mansions,
Where ye with Christ shall dwell;
Thine is the blest assurance,
‘Tis with the righteous well! [Chorus]


Source: Gospel Praise Book.: a collection of choice gems of sacred song suitable for church service, gospel praise meetings, and family devotions. (Complete ed.) #299

Author: Mattie Childs

19th Century Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Come out into the sunlight
Title: 'Tis Well With the Righteous
Author: Mattie Childs
Copyright: Public Domain

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Gospel Praise Book. #299

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Jewels of Praise #100

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