Sinner, to the Savior clinging

Sinner, to the Savior clinging

Author: Theodore Monod
Tune: [Sinner, to the Savior clinging]
Published in 3 hymnals

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1 Sinner, to the Saviour clinging,
Trembling, trusting, hoping, singing,
Hark! again his voice is ringing:
“Forward, forward march!”

2 Tarry not to count thy treasure;
He will deal it without measure
As thou doest his good pleasure—
“Forward, forward march!”

3 Art thou faint? He stands beside thee;
He shall help thee, guard thee, guide thee;
In his shadow he shall hide thee—
“Forward, forward march!”

4 Through th’allurements of temptation,
Through the fires of tribulation,
Holding forth the great salvation,
“Forward, forward march!”

5 By ten thousand foes surrounded,
Mocked, opposed, assaulted, wounded,
Thou shalt never be confounded,
“Forward, forward march!”

6 Till thy bending head be hoary,
Till shall close thine earthly story,
Till thou step from grace to glory,
“Forward, forward march!”

Source: On Joyful Wing : A Book of Praise and Song #126

Author: Theodore Monod

Monod, Theodore, son of F. Monod, Pastor in the French Reformed Church, was born in Paris, Nov. 6, 1836, and educated for the ministry at Western Theological Seminary, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He entered the ministry in 1860, and has been many years a Pastor in Paris. --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix, Part II (1907)  Go to person page >

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First Line: Sinner, to the Savior clinging
Author: Theodore Monod

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On Joyful Wing #126

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Temple Trio #126

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