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O what a pleasure 'tis to see Christians in harmony agree

O what a pleasure 'tis to see Christians in harmony agree

Author: Cheater
Published in 10 hymnals

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[Congregation]
1 O what a pleasure 'tis to see
Christians in harmony agree,
To teach the rising race to know
They're born in sin, expos'd to wo!

[Children]
2 O what a privilege is this,
That we obtain so rich a grace!
We're taught the path to endless day--
We're taught to read, to sing, and pray.

[Chorus]
3 To God let highest praise be giv'n;
Hark! how the echo sounds from heaven:
Come, let us with the angels join--
Glory to God, good will to men.

[Congregation]
4 Lord, thou hast said, in sacred page,
That children are thy heritage:
Accept them, bless them with thy grace,
Till they above behold thy face.

[Children]
5 Let blessings in abundance flow
On all around us here below;
May we our benefactors meet,
Around Jehovah's blissful seat.

[Chorus]
6 To God let highest praise be giv'n;
Hark! how the echo sounds from heaven:
Come, let us with the angels join--
Glory to God, good will to men.

Source: Hymns, Selected and Original: for public and private worship (1st ed.) #669

Author: Cheater

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Author: Cheater

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Sabbath School and Social Hymns of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the U.S.A. #d198

The Providence Selection of Hymns, Supplementary to Dr. Watts. #d190

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