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Many Thoughts Stir My Heart

Many thoughts stir my heart as I ponder alone

Author: Albert William Thomas Orsborn (1916-9)
Tune: MOTHER MACHREE
Published in 2 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. Many thoughts stir my heart as I ponder alone;
Many places attract me with charms all their own;
But the thought of all thoughts is of Christ crucified,
The place of all places, the hill where He died.

Refrain
O the charm of the cross! How I love to be there!
With the love that shines from it, what love can compare?
The seal of my ransom in Calvary I see,
All my sin, O my Savior, laid upon Thee!

2. ’Tis the end of my sin and the source of all grace;
’Tis the word of God’s love to a prodigal race;
’Tis the greatest, the grandest gift God could impart,
Surpassing my reason, but winning my heart. [Refrain]

3. For the sake of the Christ and the love of His cross
I have yielded my all and not reckoned it loss;
There’s a place in my heart which the Savior must fill;
No other can take it, and none ever will. [Refrain]

Author: Albert William Thomas Orsborn

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Text Information

First Line: Many thoughts stir my heart as I ponder alone
Title: Many Thoughts Stir My Heart
Author: Albert William Thomas Orsborn (1916-9)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O the charm of the cross! How I love to be there!
Copyright: Public Domain

Media

The Cyber Hymnal #4163
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  • Noteworthy Composer score (NWC)
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The Cyber Hymnal #4163

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #119

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