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O blessed hour when first I knew

O blessed hour when first I knew

Author: Charles Groenendyke
Tune: OVERLAND PARK
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1. O blessèd hour when first I knew
Jesus, my dear Savior,
When to the cross my soul He drew,
Jesus, my dear Savior;
’Twas there I found sweet peace and rest,
A trembling joy within my breast,
A precious Friend, a heav’nly Guest,
Jesus, my dear Savior.

2. He rolled the burden from my soul,
Jesus, my dear Savior,
He made my wounded spirit whole,
Jesus, my dear Savior;
He banished all my grief and pain,
He washed away my guilty stain;
He made my heart rejoice again,
Jesus, my dear Savior.

3. What can I do for this kind Friend,
Jesus, my dear Savior?
I’ll love Him, serve Him to the end,
Jesus, my dear Savior;
And when at last my work is o’er,
And I shall reach the heav’nly shore,
I’ll sing His praises evermore,
Jesus, my dear Savior.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #4694

Author: Charles Groenendyke

Late 19th Century Lyrics: Go Bravely Forth to Battle O Blessèd Hour Send Forth to Every Nation --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O blessed hour when first I knew
Author: Charles Groenendyke

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The Cyber Hymnal #4694
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