Tidings of grace

Sing to the Lord for the gospel's joyful sound

Author: Joseph H. Martin
Tune: [Sing to the Lord for the gospel's joyful sound]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Sing to the Lord for the gospel's joyful sound,
Sing to the Father, whose mercies abound,
Sing to the Son, who has brought to the race,
News of redemption, glad tidings of grace.

Chorus:
Raise a grateful anthem!
Raise a grateful anthem,
For the gospel's joyful sound.
Raise a grateful anthem!
Raise a grateful anthem,
Sing a glad hosanna for the vict'ry over sin.

2 Shout unto God for the triumph over sin.
Trust in the Lamb, and the victory win,
Come to the fountain, and wash in the blood,
Shed for the guilty, a soul-cleansing flood. [Chorus]

3 Praise to the Father for pardon thro' His Son,
Thanks be to Christ for the deeds he has done,
Praise to the Spirit, sent down from above,
Working in us in the infinite love. [Chorus]

Source: Light and Life: a collection of new hymns and tunes for sunday schools, prayer meetings, praise meetings and revival meetings #24

Author: Joseph H. Martin

Late 19th Century Martin was a minister. Lyrics-- Come un­to Me Coming of the Lord Draw­eth Nigh, The Rose May Yield a Sweet Per­fume, The Sabbath Bells Are Ring­ing, The Sabbath Morn Is Beam­ing, The Thee I Seek, O Gra­cious Sav­ior There Are Bright Lit­tle Ones There Is a Cleans­ing Fount­ain There Is a Crim­son Fount­ain There Is a Gate That Stands Ajar There Is a Lad­der Great There Is a Man­sion Fair and Bright There Is a Star of All Most Bright There Was Love, Deep Love There’s a Home for the Blest There’s a Man­sion of Rest There’s a Song of Joy There’s a Voice That Speaks There’s a Well in the De­sert The… Go to person page >

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First Line: Sing to the Lord for the gospel's joyful sound
Title: Tidings of grace
Author: Joseph H. Martin
Refrain First Line: Raise a grateful anthem
Copyright: Public Domain

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