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My Savior's voice

I hear a voice, 'tis soft and sweet

Author: R. F. Semple
Tune: [I hear a voice, 'tis soft and sweet]
Published in 16 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I hear a voice, ‘tis soft and sweet,
It bids my sin-sick soul rejoice;
The same was heard in Salem’s street,
And in the mountain’s cool retreat,
My Saviour’s voice.

Refrain:
Sweeter than chiming bells,
Softer than evening rills,
The voice that tells of pardon—
Pardon, peace and heaven.

2 When weary with my load of guilt,
I’ll not forget that “Christ is all;”
For me His precious blood was spilt;
He sweetly says, “Come, if thou wilt;”
How glad the call! [Refrain]

3 My soul is troubled like the sea,
The surging billows roll around;
But He who calmed far Galilee
Doth kindly say, “Peace be to thee;
How blest the sound! [Refrain]

Source: The Sunday School Hymnal: with offices of devotion #188

Author: R. F. Semple

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Text Information

First Line: I hear a voice, 'tis soft and sweet
Title: My Savior's voice
Author: R. F. Semple
Refrain First Line: Sweeter than chiming bells
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #9964

Include 15 pre-1979 instances
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