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Have you no word for Jesus

Have you no word for Jesus

Author: Annie S. Hawks
Tune: [Have you no word for Jesus]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Have you no word for Jesus?
Never a word to say?
Tho’ He has led you so gently
All of the way?
Never a word of His kindness?
Never a word of His peace?
Guarding and guiding you ever,
Giving from sin release?

Refrain:
Have you no word for Jesus?
Never a word to say?
Tho’ He has led you so gently,
Oh, have you no word to say?

2 Have you no word for Jesus?
Never a word to say?
Tho’ He has loved you so freely,
All of the way?
Seldom a word of His mercy,
Often no word of His love,
Tho’ it is flowing so freely
From the full fount above. [Refrain]

3 Have you no word for Jesus?
Never a word to say?
Tho’ He has carried your sorrows
All of the way?
Never a word of His comfort?
Never a word of His cheer?
Never a word for Jesus,
Our Saviour and Friend so dear? [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Help: for the Sunday school, evangelistic and church services #114

Author: Annie S. Hawks

Hawks, Annie Sherwood. Mrs. Hawks was born in Hoosick, N. Y., May 28, 1835, and has resided for many years at Brooklyn. Her hymns were contributed to Bright Jewels, Pure Gold, Boyal Diadem, Brightest and Best, Temple Anthems, Tidal Wave, and other popular Sunday School hymnbooks. They include "I need Thee every hour" (written April, 1872), "Thine, most gracious Lord," "Why weepest thou? Whom seekest thou?" and others of the same type. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)… Go to person page >

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First Line: Have you no word for Jesus
Author: Annie S. Hawks

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Songs of Help #114

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