Whispering Hope

Representative Text

1 Like the faint dawn of the morning,
Like the sweet freshness of dew,
Comes the dear whisper of Jesus,
Comforting, tender and true.
Darkness gives way to the sunlight,
While His voice falls on my ear;
Seasons of heaven’s refreshing,
Call to new gladness and cheer.

Refrain:
Whispering hope, like the song of the angels,
Jesus, Thy love is sweet music to me.

2 Singing the song of forgiveness,
Softly I hear in my soul,
Jesus has conquered forever
Sin with its fearful control.
Whispering courage for warfare,
Bending Thine ear when I pray;
Glorious, risen Redeemer,
O how I praise Thee today! [Refrain]

3 Hope is an anchor to keep us,
Holding both steadfast and sure;
Hope brings a wonderful cleansing,
Thro’ His blood, making us pure.
Whispering hope of His coming,
How my heart thrills at His Word!
O to be watching and waiting,
Ready to welcome the Lord! [Refrain]

Source: Songs of Faith and Triumph 1, 2 and 3 Combined: Tryout Edition #6

Author: Mrs. J. I. McClelland

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Text Information

First Line: Like the faint dawn of the morning
Title: Whispering Hope
Author: Mrs. J. I. McClelland
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Whispering hope, like the song of the angels
Publication Date: 1926
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances

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Songs of Faith and Triumph 1, 2 and 3 Combined #6

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The Cokesbury Worship Hymnal #245

Worship in Song #d148

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