Thought for One Another

O this world has much of sorrow

Author: Mrs. Arthur Scofield
Tune: [O this world has much of sorrow]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Oh, this world has much of sorrow
That we all might help allay,
We could charm away the sadness
If we would but watch and pray;
We should do our best to lighten
All the burdens others bear,
And by simple, kindly action
Lift their heavy load of care.

Yes ‘tis thought for one another
That makes life so sweet to live,
Just to show a loving spirit
And be ready to forgive;
When we meet a hungry heart
Let us hasten to impart
Christ’s own spirit, showing others how to live.

2 Faith and hope may be sweet graces,
But in love we’re very sure
Will be found life’s highest pleasure,
And it always will endure;
So when days are dark and dreary
We will find some sin-sick heart,
And do all we can to lighten
His dark pathways ere we part. [Refrain]

3 So ‘tis loving and forgiving
Makes life’s darkest pathway light
And will guide God’s fallen children
To the land where all is bright;
Love will answer love in gladness
And will brighten all our way,
As we travel on our pathway
To the land of perfect day. [Refrain]

Source: Exalted Praise: a twentieth century collection of sacred hymns for the church, Sunday school, and devotional meetings #134

Author: Mrs. Arthur Scofield

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Text Information

First Line: O this world has much of sorrow
Title: Thought for One Another
Author: Mrs. Arthur Scofield
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Yes 'tis thought for one another
Copyright: Public Domain



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