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How wonderful it is to walk with God

How wonderful it is to walk with God

Author: Theodore H. Kitching
Published in 4 hymnals

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Representative Text

1. How wonderful it is to walk with God
Along the road that holy men have trod;
How wonderful it is to hear Him say:
Fear not, have faith, ’tis I who lead the way!

2. How wonderful it is to talk with God
When cares sweep o’er my spirit like a flood;
How wonderful it is to hear His voice,
For when He speaks the desert lands rejoice!

3. How wonderful it is to praise my God,
Who comforts and protects me with His rod;
How wonderful to praise him every hour,
My heart attuned to sing His wondrous power!

4. How wonderful it is to fight for God,
And point poor sinners to the precious blood;
How wonderful it is to wield His sword
’Gainst sin, the enemy of Christ, my Lord!

5. How wonderful ’twill be to live with God
When I have crossed death’s deep and swelling flood;
How wonderful to see Him face to face
When I have fought the fight and won the race!

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2677

Author: Theodore H. Kitching

Theodore Hopkins Kitching, 1866-1930 Born: December 29, 1866, Ackworth, Yorkshire, England. Died: February 10, 1930, Paris, France. Buried: Abney Park Cemetery, London, England. Kitching came to Christ at a Salvation Army (SA) meeting in Bristol, England. He became a SA officer in 1888, and served in Britain, France, Switzerland, and Belgium. He was secretary to SA founder William Booth (1909-12), to SA General Bramwell Booth (1912-14), SA International Secretary for Europe (1914-16), SA Editor-in-Chief (1921-29), and head of the SA Literary Department and Translations Bureau. His son Wilfred became General of the SA in 1954. --www.hymntime.com/tch  Go to person page >

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First Line: How wonderful it is to walk with God
Author: Theodore H. Kitching



The Cyber Hymnal #2677
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Instances (1 - 2 of 2)

The Cyber Hymnal #2677

The Song Book of the Salvation Army #583

Include 2 pre-1979 instances
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