1 Let us sing again the praise of the Saviour,
How He died that we might know the Father’s love;
Let us tell to all the world His compassion,
How He ever lives to plead for us above.
Let us tell the wondrous story,
How He died upon the tree;
Unto Him be all the praise, and the glory;
He hath suffered that from sin we might we free.
2 Let us praise Him for the words full of comfort,
That He left for us recorded long ago;
He is near to every one that believeth,
And His mercy to the faithful He will show. [Refrain]
3 Let us praise Him for the soul-cheering promise,
Of the mansions that our eyes shall yet behold;
When we gather with the blest, in His kingdom,
Where the riches of His grace can ne'er be told. [Refrain]
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Display Title: Let Us Sing AgainFirst Line: Let us sing again the praise of the SaviourTune Title: [Let us sing again the praise of the Saviour]Author: Lyman G. CuylerScripture: Psalm 95:1Date: 1897Subject: Gospel | ; Joy |
Display Title: Let Us Sing AgainFirst Line: Let us sing again the praise of the SaviourTune Title: [Let us sing again the praise of the Saviour]Author: Lyman G. CuylerScripture: Psalm 95:1Date: 1896Subject: Gospel | ; Joy |