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Christ is all in all

I stood beside her dying bed

Author: Andrew Sherwood
Tune: [I stood beside her dying bed]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I stood beside her dying bed,
And as she raised her drooping head,
“Christ is all in all,” she said,
“Christ is all in all.”

So when we here shall come to die,
And angels point to realms on high,
Oh, may this be our parting sigh,
“Christ is all in all.”

2 But soon they whispered, “She is dead;”
Still on her lips a smile there played;
“Christ is all in all,” I said,
“Christ is all in all.” [Refrain]

3 As in the ground her from we laid,
And “dust to dust” God’s servant read,
“Christ is all in all,” he said,
“Christ is all in all.” [Refrain]

4 And telling how she oft has prayed,
And of the triumph she had made,
“Christ is all in all,” we said,
“Christ is all in all.” [Refrain]

Source: Wondrous Love: A Collection of Songs and Services for Sunday Schools #116

Author: Andrew Sherwood

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Text Information

First Line: I stood beside her dying bed
Title: Christ is all in all
Author: Andrew Sherwood
Refrain First Line: So when we here shall come


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Wondrous Love #116

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