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God Is Love

Representative Text

1 Do you know what the dewdrops say,
As they sparkle at break of day?
It is "Love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love;"
It is "Love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love."

2 Do you know what the sunbeams bright,
Are singing from morning till night?
It is "love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love;"
It is "Love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love."

3 Do you know what the soft rain tells,
As it tinkles like fairy bells?
It is "love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love;"
It is "Love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love."

4 Do you know what the winds proclaim,
As they rustle the golden grain?
It is "love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love;"
It is "Love, love, love,
Our God is a God of love."

Source: Christ in Song: for all religious services nearly one thousand best gospel hymns, new and old with responsive scripture readings (Rev. and Enl.) #249

Author: Mary H. Howliston

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Text Information

First Line: Do you know what the dewdrops say
Title: God Is Love
Author: Mary H. Howliston
Copyright: Public Domain

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