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Sing his praise

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1 My soul with joy in Jesus stands,
Sing his praise, sing his praise,
And fears no more the law’s demands;
Sing his praise, sing his praise for evermore.
The smile of God is sweet within,
Sing his praise, sing his praise,
Where all before was guilt and sin,
Sing his praise, sing his praise for evermore.

2 My love at rest in Jesus lives,
Sing his praise, sing his praise,
Accepts the peace His pardon gives;
Sing his praise, sing his praise for evermore.
How great the anguish he endured,
Sing his praise, sing his praise,
How free the grace his death secured,
Sing his praise, sing his praise for evermore.

3 Oh, come and on his lover rely,
Sing his praise, sing his praise,
And in his strength all foes defy,
Sing his praise, sing his praise for evermore.
Come worship humbly at his feet,
Sing his praise, sing his praise,
In whom alone we stand complete,
Sing his praise, sing his praise for evermore.

Source: Wondrous Love: A Collection of Songs and Services for Sunday Schools #42

Author: Grace W. Hinsdale

Hinsdale, Grace Webster, née Haddock, a Congregationalism daughter married to Theodore Hinsdale, a lawyer of New York, in 1850. Mrs. Hinsdale is a contributor to the periodical press, and has published Coming to the King, a Book of Daily Devotion for Children, 1865; republished in England as Daily Devotions for Children, 1867. Her hymns include :— i. From Coming to the King, 1865. 1. A light streams downward from the sky. Heaven. 2. My soul complete in Jesus stands (1855). Safety in Jesus. ii. From Schaff’s Christ in Song, N.Y., 1869. 3. Are there no wounds for me? Passiontide. Written April, 1868. 4. Jesus, the rays divine. Jesus ever present. Written July, 1868. 5. There was no angel 'midst the throng. Jesus, the D… Go to person page >

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First Line: My soul with joy in Jesus
Title: Sing his praise
Author: Grace W. Hinsdale

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Wondrous Love #42

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