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Rays of sunshine softly beaming

Rays of sunshine softly beaming

Author: Pemberton Pierce
Tune: [Rays of sunshine softly beaming]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

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1 Rays of sunshine softly beaming
Thro’ the passing hours of day,
Filling all the earth with beauty,
Till the daylight fades away;
Rays of sunshine softly beaming
In our hearts from heav’n above,
Filling us with sacred feeling
Of a Saviour’s dying love:
Filling us with sacred feeling
Of a Saviour’s dying love.

2 Rays of sunshine brightly beaming
Thro’ the realms of God above,
While the hosts of shining spirits
Chant the glories of His love;
Soon in yonder blessed regions
We shall all our praises sing:
Hallelujah! countless legions
Shall make heav’n’s high arches ring:
Hallelujah! countless legions
Shall make heav’n’s high arches ring.

Source: Boundless Love: for Sunday Schools and Gospel Meetings #129

Author: Pemberton Pierce

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Author: Pemberton Pierce



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