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O How Sweet to Sing of Jesus

O how sweet to sing of Jesus, Just to make the world more glad

Author: Nellie A. Montgomery
Tune: [O how sweet to sing of Jesus]
Published in 1 hymnal

Representative Text

1 O how sweet to sing of Jesus,
Just to make the world more glad;
Weary ones may pause to listen,
Saddened hearts may grow less sad.

Chorus:
O ‘tis sweet to sing of Jesus,
It will fill each passing day
With the beauty of His presence,
And make brighter all the way.

2 O how sweet to work for Jesus,
Then it is He seems most near;
When the task is hard He helps us,
And His love casts out all fear. [Chorus]

3 O how sweet to tell of Jesus,
Tell how much He is to me,
Bid one hungry soul, despairing,
Just to come, and taste, and see. [Chorus]


Source: Devotional Songs #15

Author: Nellie A. Montgomery

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Text Information

First Line: O how sweet to sing of Jesus, Just to make the world more glad
Title: O How Sweet to Sing of Jesus
Author: Nellie A. Montgomery
Refrain First Line: O 'tis sweet to sing of Jesus
Publication Date: 1903
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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Devotional Songs #15

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