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Holy Spirit, like a dove who descended

Holy Spirit, like a dove who descended

Author: Clarence T. Steele
Published in 2 hymnals

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Representative Text

1 Holy Spirit, like a dove,
Who descended from above;
Make our hearts henceforth to be
Temples ever worthy Thee.

2 Teach us all from wrong to flee,
Who to gain the mastery
Over all the powers of sin,
How eternal life to win.

3 May we by Thy strength endued,
Ever find our love renewed,
Love for Jesus Christ, our Lord,
Love for His most Holy Word.

4 Gentle Spirit, through our days,
Be Thou near to guide our ways;
In our heart make Thine abode,
Then shall we be near to God.

Source: The Sunday School Hymnal: with offices of devotion #95

Author: Clarence T. Steele

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Author: Clarence T. Steele



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