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Sing with me of a Savior's love

Sing with me of a Savior's love

Author: J. P. Dimmitt
Tune: [Sing with me of a Savior’s love]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Sing with me of a Saviour’s love,
Sing how he left his throne above,
Sing of his birth in lowly stall,
Sing how he loved us one and all.

Refrain:
Sing, sing, ev’ry one, sing,
Sing of a Saviour’s love;
Sing, sing of Jesus our King,
Reigning in heaven above.

2 Sing of him who the hungry fed,
And by his word restored the dead,
Sing of the blind receiving sight,
Sing of his works of wondrous might. [Refrain]

3 Sing, oh, sing of the thorns he wore,
Sing of the load of sin he bore,
Sing how he hung upon the tree,
Sing of his death for you and me. [Refrain]

4 Sing his victory o’er the grave,
Sing of his mighty power to save,
Sing how he intercedes above,
Sing of his everlasting love. [Refrain]

Source: On Joyful Wing : A Book of Praise and Song #1

Author: J. P. Dimmitt

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Text Information

First Line: Sing with me of a Savior's love
Author: J. P. Dimmitt
Refrain First Line: Sing, sing, every one, sing
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

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On Joyful Wing #1

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Temple Trio #1

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