Holy Spirit, Calm the restless

Holy Spirit, Calm the restless

Author: James M. Gray
Tune: [Holy Spirit, calm the restless]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Holy Spirit, calm the restless,
Drive away the foe of grace;
Let Thy strong and holy presence
Take possession of this place.

Chorus:
Hear us, holy Spirit, hear us!
Come and save us, and revive us!
Come, O Lord, for Jesus’ sake.

2 Clothe Thy messenger with power,
Make His tongue a living flame;
Give Him liberty and unction
As Thy Word He will proclaim. [Chorus]

3 Like a fire, or like a hammer
Which the rock in pieces breaks,
Cause Thy Word to fall upon us
Till the realm of darkness quakes. [Chorus]

4 And the angels in Thy presence,
Let them be rejoicing still,
As again repentant sinners
Bow submissive to Thy will. [Chorus]

Source: Victory Songs: For the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services. #156

Author: James M. Gray

Born: May 11, 1851, New York City. Died: September 21, 1935, Passavant Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Buried: Woodlawn Cemetery, New York City. Gray accepted Christ at age 22. He was educated at Bates College, Lewiston, Maine (Doctor of Divinity), and the University of Des Moines, Iowa (Doctor of Laws). In 1879 he became Rector of the First Reformed Episcopal Church in Boston, Massachusetts, where he served 14 years. He then became dean (1904-25) and president (1925-34) of the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois, and directed publication of four editions (1921-28) of the Voice of Thanksgiving, official hymnal of the Institute. A conservative theologian, Gray was one of seven editors of the popular Scofield Reference Bible. He was… Go to person page >

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First Line: Holy Spirit, Calm the restless
Author: James M. Gray
Copyright: Public Domain

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Awakening Songs for the Church, Sunday School and Evangelistic Services #133

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Gospel Hymns and Songs #133

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Victory Songs #156

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