Like showers on meadows newly mown

Like showers on meadows newly mown

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1 Like showers on meadows newly mown,
Jesus shall shed his blessing down,
Crowned with whose life-infusing drops,
Earth shall renew her blissful crops.

2 Lands that beneath a burning sky,
Have long been desolate and dry,
Th' effusions of his love shall share,
And sudden greens and herbage wear.

3 The dews and rains in all their store,
Drenching the pastures o'er and o'er,
Are not so copious as that grace
Which sanctifies and saves our race.

4 As in soft silence vernal showers,
Descend and cheer the fainting flowers,
So in the secrecy of love,
Falls the sweet influence from above.

5 That heavenly influence let me find
In holy silence of the mind,
While every grace maintains its bloom,
Diffusing wide its rich perfume.

6 Nor let these blessings be confined
To me, but poured on all mankind,
'Till earth's wild waste in verdure rise,
And a young Eden bless our eyes.

A Selection of Hymns, from Various Authors, Supplementary for the use of Christians. 1st Ed., 1816

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First Line: Like showers on meadows newly mown
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Language: English

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