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Hail, sweetest, dearest, tie that binds

Hail, sweetest, dearest, tie that binds

Author: Amos Sutton
Tune: AULD LANG SYNE
Published in 145 hymnals

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1. Hail! sweetest, dearest tie that binds
Our glowing hearts in one;
Hail sacred hope, that tunes our minds
To harmony divine.
It is the hope, the blissful hope,

Refrain
Which Jesus’ grace has giv’n;
The hope when days and years are passed,
We all shall meet in Heav’n.

2. What though the northern wintry blast
Shall howl around thy cot,
What though beneath an eastern sun,
Be cast our distant lot;
Yet still we share the blissful hope! [Refrain]

3. No lingering hope, no parting sigh,
Our future meetings knows;
The friendship beams from every eye,
And hope immortal grows,
O sacred hope! O blissful hope! [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2107

Author: Amos Sutton

Sutton, Amos, D.D., was born at Sevenoaks, Kent, on Jan. 21, 1802. Though educated with a view to secular business, when about the age of 21 he felt constrained to offer himself for service in connection with the General Baptist Foreign Missionary Society. He was sent to India; and in the year 1825 was stationed at Cuttack, in the province of Orissa, where, with intervals during which he visited England and America, he laboured most usefully until his death on Aug. 17, 1854. He was gifted as a translator; and compiled an Uriya Dictionary, besides translating a number of English books into that language. He also prepared the first Uriya Hymn Book, 179 of the hymns being of his own composition. The degree of D.D. was conferred on him by the C… Go to person page >

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First Line: Hail, sweetest, dearest, tie that binds
Author: Amos Sutton

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The Cyber Hymnal #2107
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