Singing the New Song

Some day I'll sing the new song

Author: Charles H. Reynolds
Tune: [Some day I'll sing the new song]
Published in 3 hymnals

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1 Some day I’ll sing the new song,
With angels in the skies;
Where pain and grief will vanish,
And tears bedim no eyes.
When saved by grace I see Christ’s face,
And never know a care;
‘Twill pay for all the anguish,
Which I have suffered here;
‘Twill pay for all the anguish,
Which I have suffered here

2 So if the load of sorrow
Rests heavy on thy heart,
The sun will shine tomorrow
And darkness will depart.
The lonely years with all their fears
Will soon from us be gone,
And then we’ll sing the new song
With angels round the throne;
And then we’ll sing the new song
With angels round the throne.

3 I may not know the future,
But I can watch and wait;
And if I do God’s bidding,
I need not fear my fate.
A life of faith and love and pray’r
Will lead to richer grace,
And such are needed ever
E’en in a desert place;
And such are needed ever
E’en in a desert place.

4 Some day I’ll join the chorus
Around the throne above,
When Christ the world has conquered
By His redeeming love.
How sweet ‘twill be beyond the sea,
To know no dismal days,
But thro’ the years supernal
To sing the Savior’s praise;
But thro’ the years supernal
To sing the Savior’s praise.


Source: Sunday School and Revival: with Y.M.C.A. Supplement #182

Author: Charles H. Reynolds

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First Line: Some day I'll sing the new song
Title: Singing the New Song
Author: Charles H. Reynolds

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Songs of Trust and Triumph No. 3 #d142

Standardbearer Hymns #d90

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