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Tell It Today

O tell of his goodness today

Author: Mrs. M. A. Holt
Tune: [O tell of His goodness today]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Oh, tell of His goodness today,
And speak of His wonderful grace;
All along life’s glorified upward way,
Let the love-light gleam bright on your face.

Refrain:
Oh, tell it, oh, tell it,
At each step in your pathway along;
And blessings will come
Like the sweetness of sunlight and song.

2 Oh, tell the sweet secret today,
To those who are pressing around,
Or the loved ones toiling beside the way,
All in sorrow and wretchedness found. [Refrain]

3 Oh, tell it while yet you can speak
The words full of sweetness and cheer;
To sustain with hope and uphold the weak,
Who are foll’wing and trembling with fear. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Herald in Song #36

Author: Mrs. M. A. Holt

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Text Information

First Line: O tell of his goodness today
Title: Tell It Today
Author: Mrs. M. A. Holt

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Gospel Herald in Song #36

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Light and Life Songs #36

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