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He's the Prince of peacemakers

He hath spoken, be still, the rebuker of seas

Author: F. W. Ware
Tune: [He hath spoken, Be still, the Rebuker of seas]
Published in 6 hymnals

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1. He hath spoken, Be still, the Rebuker of seas;
The command was for me, and my heart is at ease;
He hath hushed into silence the waves and the winds,
By applying His blood, and removing my sins.

He’s the Prince of peacemakers, all glory to God,
To redeem me, and cleanse me, He shed his own blood;
My adoption is sealed, I’m a child of the King,
And for ever and ever of Jesus I’ll sing.

2. He hath quickened my soul by a life from above,
It was done by the Spirit, its essence is love;
He hath pardoned and washed me as white as the snow,
And my heart with His love does this moment o’erflow. [Refrain]

3. He’s a wonderful Jesus, this Savior of mine,
He’s the great Son of God, a Redeemer divine.
He’s my strength, and my wisdom, my life and my Lord,
And enthroned in my heart to be loved and adored. [Refrain]

4. I will love Him and serve Him, from now till I die,
For His love fills my heart, and His beauty my eye.
He’s the fairest and dearest of all to my soul,
And our lives shall be one, while eternities roll. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2339

Author: F. W. Ware

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Text Information

First Line: He hath spoken, be still, the rebuker of seas
Title: He's the Prince of peacemakers
Author: F. W. Ware



The Cyber Hymnal #2339
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