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God Is Wonderful

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1 In His love and mercy, Wonderful indeed;
God, our heav'nly Father, knows just what we need;
His dear Son He gave us,
Gift divine and free,
Jesus, blessed Jesus, Wonderful is He!

Chorus:
God is wonderful, great and wonderful;
Wonderfull to all that trust His blessed Word.
God is wonderful, great and wonderful;
Wonderfull to all that trust His blessed Word.

2 Glorious invitation, that to us has come,
Wonderful salvation, Jesus for us won;
Cruel death He suffered,
O, such boundless love!
Life in Him is offered, and a home above. [Chorus]

3 Wonderful to comfort, When our sorrows come,
He is ever present, All the journey home;
In His Word is promised,
All is to our best;
Joy comes after sorrow, then, eternal rest [Chorus]



Source: O Sing unto the Lord a New Song No.2: a group of songs #2

Author: David J. Becker

David J. Becker was born April 15 1883 in Sweden. He was a minister in the Evangelical Free Church. Dianne Shapiro, from Findagrave Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: In His love and mercy
Title: God Is Wonderful
Author: David J. Becker
Language: English
Refrain First Line: God is wonderful, great and wonderful
Copyright: Public Domain

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O Sing unto the Lord a New Song No.2 #2

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