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O Lord, who hidest all our shame

O Lord, who hidest all our shame

Author: F. W. Howe
Tune: SERENITY (Wallace)
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 O Lord, who hidest all our shame
Beneath thy crimsoned hand,
We feel thy touch, we trust thy name,
We yield to thy command.

2 We had no courage in the strife,
No shelter in retreat;
But thou hast glorified our life,
We lay it at thy feet.

3 Be thou our King our hearts are thine
Do with us as thou wilt,
So nevermore thy love divine
Be wounded for our guilt.

4 We ask no ease nor joyous hours
To use for self alone;
Take thou our thoughts, our ransomed pow'rs,
And make them all thine own.

Source: Christ in Song: for all religious services nearly one thousand best gospel hymns, new and old with responsive scripture readings (Rev. and Enl.) #412

Author: F. W. Howe

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First Line: O Lord, who hidest all our shame
Author: F. W. Howe
Copyright: Public Domain

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