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O the joy of his salvation

O the joy of his salvation

Author: John L. Newkirk
Tune: [O the joy of his salvation]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 O the joy of his salvation,
Christ has made my heart his home,
Filling life with brightest sunshine
Since the Comforter has come.

Refrain:
Since the Comforter has come,
Since the Comforter has come,
O the calm and holy quiet
Since the Comforter has come.

2 When my path is sad and lonely,
And the clouds, their shadows spread,
Then so close on his dear bosom,
Do I pillow there my head. [Refrain]

3 So I rest, my ev’ry moment
Under his complete control,
Blessed peace he ever gives me,
And he satisfies my soul. [Refrain]

4 He abides to cheer and comfort,
And I would no longer roam,
For I have a peace eternal
Since the Comforter has come. [Refrain]

Source: Songs for All #90

Author: John L. Newkirk

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First Line: O the joy of his salvation
Author: John L. Newkirk

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Songs for All #90

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Songs of Love Divine #90

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