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Let Us Sing His Love

Representative Text

1 Let us sing the love of Jesus,
Love that is so freely shown;
Yielding up His life for sinners,
Greater love was never known.

Chorus:
Then, let us sing His love,
For He is the sinner's dying friend;
Then let us sing, the love of Jesus,
Till our journey's end.

2 In His love He came to call us
From the dark and sinful way;
And in love He offers pardon,
Even as he calls today. [Chorus]

3 In His love He came to seek us,
Lost amid the wilds of sin;
And with love His fold is lighted,
And we all my enter in. [Chorus]

4 In His love He came to save us,
And the blessed hope to give;
And in love His cross is lifted,
That we all may look and live. [Chorus]

Source: Coronation Hymns #31

Author: E. A. Barnes

Edward Albert Barnes, born January 24 1842. He was a life long resident of Chicago and a prolifich hymn writer, and active in the American Temperance Movement. Dianne Shapiro, from http://mms.newberry.org/html/BarnesE.html Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Let us sing the love of Jesus
Title: Let Us Sing His Love
Author: E. A. Barnes
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Then, let us sing His love
Copyright: Public Domain

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Coronation Hymns #31

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The Evangel #d95

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