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God's word is wonderful, perfect and true

God's word is wonderful, perfect and true

Author: Herbert G. Tovey
Tune: [God’s Word is wonderful, perfect and true]
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1 God’s Word is wonderful, perfect and true,
It is His message sent from above.
In it are warnings and promises, too,
From its clear pages there shines God’s great love.

God’s Word is true
Wond’rously true;
Living and vital, eternal and pure;
God’s Word is true, I know ‘tis true,
All of its promises given are sure.

2 God’s Word is steadfast, it never shall die,
Wonderful message to human hearts;
Firmly established and chartered on High,
From any precept He never departs. [Refrain]

3 God’s Word will speak when the judgment begins,
Man will be silent before the Throne,
Souls, by that Word, will be judged of their sins,
No other judgment the Father will own. [Refrain]

Source: Evangelistic Songs #32

Author: Herbert G. Tovey

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First Line: God's word is wonderful, perfect and true
Author: Herbert G. Tovey


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Evangelistic Songs #32

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