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Hark! Are they not angels that gladly are bringing

Hark! Are they not angels that gladly are bringing

Tune: [Hark! Are they not angels that gladly are bringing]
Published in 1 hymnal

Full Text

1. Hark! Are they not angels that gladly are bringing
   To mankind the wonderful message of love?
   Soul, list to the anthems of multitudes singing;
   The songs of rejoicing they bring from above!
   That peace be on earth and good will be to man!
   Glory to God! Glory to God in heav'n!
 
2. Lo! Singers of heaven in infinite number,
   Proclaiming that Jesus, our Saviour, is born;
   Arouse, all ye people, awake from your slumber!
   And saints then may comfort the sinners that mourn.
   For peace be on earth, and good will be to man!
   Glory to God! Glory to God in heav'n!
 
3. Come! Sing, all ye nations, sing praise to our Saviour!
   No greater love ever was given to man.
   Give hearts, hands, and voices, in praise for His favor!
   Proclaiming our Father's great blessing again.
   Now sweetly and clearly the message is giv'n:
   Glory to God! Glory to God in heav'n!

Source: Christmas Favorites #12

Text Information

First Line: Hark! Are they not angels that gladly are bringing
Publication Date: 2000
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 2000.

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