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No one is forgotten at the feast the Lord prepareth

No one is forgotten at the feast the Lord prepareth

Author: Frank Walcott Hutt
Tune: [No one is forgotten at the feast the Lord prepareth]
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1 No one is forgotten at the feast the Lord prepareth,
When the faithful bridegroom comes to call and save His own;
He, in mercy, all the bounty of His Father shareth,—
No one who is willing stands forgotten or alone.

No one is forgotten,
No one is forgotten!
Come, the feast is waiting, hear the gospel call:
Poor and needy, sad and lonely there is room and welcome
No one is forgotten,
Jesus died to save us all.

2 No one is forgotten! see His servants on the highway,
Tell to sinners how He waits to bid them welcome home,
While from plain and desert, and from ev’ry vale and byway,
Glad to know the royal favor of the King, they come. [Refrain]

3 No one is forgotten; tho’ thy life be cold and dreary,
Where the heav’nly feast is spread there’s life, and light, and peace;
Christ will lift the burden, He will satisfy the weary,
And around the tempted ones His care shall never cease. [Refrain]

Source: Triumphant Songs No.4 #26

Author: Frank Walcott Hutt

Born: September 6, 1869, Gloucester, Massachusetts. Died: November 30, 1946, Taunton, Massachusetts. Buried: Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. Hutt and his wife Emma were living in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in 1900, and in Bristol County in 1930. Frank was a newspaper reporter for The Lynn Daily Item, The New Bedford Standard-Times and the Taunton Gazette. One time, he was secretary to sculptor William Ordway Partridge. In the latter part of his life, he pursued interests as a naturalist and historian. Hutt’s works include: Local and Miscellaneous Poems (Gloucester, Massachusetts: George L. Jeffery,1888) A History of Bristol County, Massachusetts (Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1924) --… Go to person page >

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First Line: No one is forgotten at the feast the Lord prepareth
Author: Frank Walcott Hutt


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Triumphant Songs No.4 #26

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