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Let your light shine for the Savior today

Let your light shine for the Savior today

Author: Alice M. Lowe
Tune: [Let your light shine for the Savior today]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 Let your light shine for the Saviour to-day,
Out in the desert of sin's dreary way;
Guiding the wanderer into the fold,
Where there are blessings and pleasures untold.

Chorus:
Let your light shine for the Saviour to-day,
Let it shine brightly along the dark way;
Keep your lamp burning where'er sin is found,
Shining for Jesus the whole world around.

2 High on the mountain now let it shine clear,
Warning the careless that danger is near;
Bidding them come unto him who will bless
All who believe and his dear name confess. [Chorus]

3 Over the ocean, across the dark wave,
Let it shine brightly some lost one to save;
Tell them of Jesus who giveth sweet rest
Unto the weary who lean on his breast. [Chorus]

Source: The Golden Sheaf: a collection of choice hymns and songs especially designed for Sunday schools, loyal worker's meetings, prayer and social services (Enl. ed.) #130

Author: Alice M. Lowe

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First Line: Let your light shine for the Savior today
Author: Alice M. Lowe

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The Golden Sheaf #130

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