1 Hark, the heav’nly voices sing,
Glory to a Savior king.
Glad hosannas sang the angels;
O, how precious was the message:
Peace on earth, good will tow’rd men,
Peace on earth, good will tow’rd men!
2 Why should Jesus come to earth,
Taking such a humble birth,
In a manger as a stranger,
Come so lowly, yet so holy,
Come to set His people free,
Come to set His people free?
3 Said the shepherds, wondering men:
"Let us go to Bethlehem."
There they found Him in a manger,
Found the blessèd little Stranger;
He, the Savior of the world,
He, the Savior of the world.
4 Then to seek the Prince of Peace
Came the wise men from the east,
Myrrh and gold, sweet frankincense
All had brought Him, costly presents;
Gifts of love were all of these,
Gifts of love were all of these.
5 What does Jesus ask of me?
Free will offering it must be.
All my heart and all my powers,
All my days and all my hours.
Here I give myself to Thee,
Here I give myself to Thee.
Source: The Cyber Hymnal #11652
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