My God I Have Found

My God, I have found the thrice blessed ground

Author: J. Denham Smith
Tune: REVIVE US AGAIN
Published in 15 hymnals

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Representative Text

1 My God, I have found—the thrice blessed ground,
Where life and where joy and true comfort abound.

Refrain:
Hallelujah! Thine the glory, Hallelujah! Amen.
Hallelujah! Thine the glory, Revive us again.

2 ’Tis found in the blood of Him who once stood
My refuge and safety, my surety with God. [Refrain]

3 He bore on the tree the sentence for me,
And now both the Surety and sinner are free. [Refrain]

4 Accepted I am in the once offered Lamb;
It was God, who Himself had devised the plan. [Refrain]

5 And though here below, ’mid sorrow and woe,
My place is in Heaven with Jesus I know. [Refrain]

6 And this I shall find, for such is His mind,
“He’ll not be in glory and leave me behind.” [Refrain]


Source: Choice Hymns of the Faith #32

Author: J. Denham Smith

Smith, Joseph Denham, was born at Romsey, Hants, circa 1816. After studying for some time in the Dublin Theological Institute, he entered the Congregational Ministry in 1840. In 1849 he became Pastor of the Congregational Church at Kingstown, near Dublin, and in 1863 began a series of services at Merrion Hall, Dublin, and subsequently at other places. His Evangelistic work in England and Ireland is well known. In connection therewith he has published a large number of tracts, pamphlets, and small books. One of these, Times of Refreshing illustrated in the Present Revival of Religion, 1860, included several of his hymns which were sung during that time at his special services at Kingstown. He also published Seven Hymns for the Present Time,… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: My God, I have found the thrice blessed ground
Title: My God I Have Found
Author: J. Denham Smith
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Hallelujah, thine the glory
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

REVIVE US AGAIN

The common attribution to John J. Husband is based on a brief resemblance to his tune ST. STEPHEN'S, first published in Psalmodia Evangelica, vol. 2 (1789), but the resemblance only extends to the first two measures. These tunes should not be regarded as the same. This gospel/revival tune was writte…

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