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O Lord, thy love's unbounded

O Lord, thy love's unbounded

Author: John Nelson Darby
Tune: REDDING
Published in 16 hymnals

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1 O Lord, thy love's unbounded!
So full, so sweet, so free!
Our thoughts are all confounded,
Whene'er we think on thee:
For us, thou cam'st from heaven,
For us to bleed and die;
That, purchased and forgiven,
We might ascend on high.

2 Oh, let this love constrain us
To give our hearts to thee;
Let nothing henceforth pain us
But that which paineth thee!
Our joy, our one endeavor,
Through suffering, conflict, shame,
To serve thee, gracious Saviour,
And magnify thy name!

Source: The Voice of Praise: a collection of hymns for the use of the Methodist Church #810

Author: John Nelson Darby

Darby, John Nelson, M.A., youngest son of John Darby of Leap, King's Co., Ireland, was born at Westminster, Nov. 18, 1800; educated at Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated in 1819; and in due course was called to the Bar. He subsequently took Holy Orders; but in a short time allied himself with the Plymouth Brethren. In the exercise of his ministry amongst them he visited most parts of the world, and translated the Bible into English, French, and German. His published works, including a Synopsis of the Books of the Bible; Notes on Revelations, &c, are numerous. He died at Bournemouth, April 29, 1882. His hymns in common use are:— 1. Hark, ten thousand voices crying. The Second Advent anticipated. Praise. Appeared in Hy… Go to person page >

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Gospel Hymns #d399

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Hymnal of the Presbyterian Church #412

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Hymns for the Sanctuary and Social Worship #581

Hymns of Worship and Remembrance #d210

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Hymns of Worship #407

Songs for the Lord's House #d331

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The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book for Public Worship #474

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The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book, for Public Worship #172.474

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The Baptist Hymn Book #474

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The Sabbath Hymn and Tune Book #357a

The Sabbath Hymn Book. Baptist ed. #d780

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The Tribute of praise and Methodist Protestant Hymn Book. #540

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The Tribute of Praise #540

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The Tribute of Praise #540

The Vestry Hymn and Tune Book #d350

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The Voice of Praise #810

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