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I stand all bewildered with wonder

I stand all bewildered with wonder

Author: W. F. Crafts
Tune: [I stand all bewildered with wonder]
Published in 44 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I stand all bewildered with wonder,
And gaze on the ocean of love;
And over its waves to my spirit,
Comes peace like a heavenly dove.

Refrain:
The cross now covers my sins;
The past is under the blood;
I am trusting in Jesus in all,
My will is the will of my God.

2 I struggled and wrestled to win it,—
The blessing that setteth me free;
But when I had ceased from my struggles,
His peace Jesus gave unto me.[Refrain]

3 The Prince of my Peace is now passing,
The light of his face is on me;
But listen, beloved, he speaketh:—
"My peace I will give unto thee." [Refrain]

Source: Calvary Songs #81

Author: W. F. Crafts

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Text Information

First Line: I stand all bewildered with wonder
Author: W. F. Crafts
Refrain First Line: The cross now covers my sins

Timeline

Instances

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #542

Include 43 pre-1979 instances
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