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O Lamb of God

O Lamb of God, that takest away our sin

Author: Alassie B. Faussett
Tune: ALMSGIVING
Published in 10 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, Noteworthy Composer
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 O Lamb of God, that tak’st away
Our sin, and bidd’st our sorrow cease,
Turn Thou, oh, turn this night to day,
Grant us Thy peace.

2 The troubled world hath war without;
The restless, wayward heart within
Hath fear and weariness and doubt,
And death and sin.

3 And there are needs that none can know,
And tears no eye but Thine can see;
Hopes naught can satisfy below;
We look to Thee.

4 ’Tis not the calm, deceitful dream
That earth calls peace, we ask for now;
No dropping down the fatal stream
With careless prow.

5 Probe deep the wound if so Thou wilt,
If pain must wake us. Purge our dross:
Help us to lay our load of guilt
Beneath Thy cross.

6 That we amid the toil and strife
And storms that never end below,
Through all the change and chance of life,
Thy peace may know.

7 The peace that is not ours but Thine—
O, safe and true and deathless thus—
’Gainst which all storms in vain combine;
Grant, grant to us.



Source: The Cyber Hymnal #8339

Author: Alassie B. Faussett

Faussett, Alessie, née Bond, daughter of the Rev. William Bond, Rector of Bailee, county of Down; born at Bailee Rectory, Jan. 8, 1841, and married to the Rev. Henry Faussett, Incumbent of Edenderry, county of Tyrone, 1875. Her poetical works are (1) Thoughts on Holy Words, 1867, printed for private circulation; (2) The Triumph of Faith, 1870; (3) The Cairns of Iona, and other Poems, 1873. Her hymns in common use include:— 1. Be with us all for evermore. For Divine Protection. Written in 1867, and first printed for private circulation in her Thoughts on Holy Words, 1867. 2. O Lamb of God, that tak'st away. Lent. Written in 1865, and first published in The Triumph of Faith, 1870. These hymns were given in the Irish Church Hymna… Go to person page >

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First Line: O Lamb of God, that takest away our sin
Title: O Lamb of God
Author: Alassie B. Faussett

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The Cyber Hymnal #8339
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The Cyber Hymnal #8339

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