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Let us send the gospel message

Let us send the gospel message

Author: S. B. Moore
Tune: [Let us send the Gospel message]
Published in 3 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. Let us send the Gospel message
Far across the ocean wave,
To the millions who have never
Heard of Jesus’ power to save;
To the people who are living
In a land of darkest gloom
Where they have no thought of Heaven,
And no hope beyond the tomb.

Refrain
Let us send the message, blessèd Gospel message,
That the nations may all hear of Jesus’ name;
Let us send the message, blessèd Gospel message,
That the heathen may be saved from sin and shame.

2. In our minds now, let us picture
Such a people, such a land,
And ourselves among the number,
With no sign of helping hand.
O the pain, the bitter sorrow
Of a life in such a place,
Ne’er to feel the peace and comfort
Of the Savior’s pardoning grace! [Refrain]

3. Brethren, sisters, ’tis our duty,
And our privilege as well,
To this lost and dying people
Of a Savior’s love to tell.
Jesus said, Go teach all nations;
Dare we slight His last command?
No, we’ll send the Gospel message
Into every heathen land. [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4083

Author: S. B. Moore

Sarah Catherine (Sallie) Beall was born in Jun 6, 1867 in Dallas, Georgia. She was part of a musical family. She was the half-sister of Thomas N. Beall, B. B.Beall, J. Guy Beall and John O. Beall. She married Hinton C. Moore. Dianne Shapiro, from Rootsweb (https://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op… Go to person page >

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First Line: Let us send the gospel message
Author: S. B. Moore

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The Cyber Hymnal #4083
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The Cyber Hymnal #4083

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