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O Ye of Little Faith

Representative Text

1 O ye of little faith, why will ye doubt?
Why will ye not the truth receive?
thy Lord stands waiting just outside the door
And calls; how can you still His Spirit grieve?

Refrain:
If you could see Him suffer on the cross,
could hear His dying pray'r--
"Forgive them, for they know not what they do,
O then would you believe Him, hanging there?

2 Who is he yonder in Gethsemane,
His hair all wet with midnight dew,
Who prays alone in agony of blood
For you, for you, O careless one, for you? [Refrain]

3 Lo, He is standing at your side just now,
Hark! for He softly speaks to thee;
Turn not away! perhaps when next you hear
His voice, it will be in eternity [Refrain]

Coronation Hymns, 1910

Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel

Pseudonymns: C. D. Emerson, S. B. Jackson, Jennie Ree  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O ye of little faith, why will ye doubt?
Title: O Ye of Little Faith
Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel
Language: English
Refrain First Line: If you could see him suffer on the cross

Timeline

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Text

Coronation Hymns #26

Praise and Service #d142

Service in Song #d117

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