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Tell The Story

Representative Text

1 Tell the story of salvation,
Over mountain, plain and sea;
Bear to all the glorious tidings,
Christ has died from sin to free!

Refrain:
Tell, oh! tell the wondrous story,
Of the Savior’s matchless love,
How He died that all might enter
Into life and joy above!

2 Tell the story to the wanderers,
Try to lead them to the fold;
Tell them how the Savior loves them,
And would give them peace untold. [Refrain]

3 Tell the story, sing it, live it,
Letting Christ each moment guide,
Till no soul on earth can doubt it,
Jesus for the whole world died! [Refrain]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #9150

Author: Ernest Rippetoe

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Author (v. 1): Sandy Glover

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Text Information

First Line: Tell the story of salvation
Title: Tell The Story
Author: Ernest Rippetoe
Author (v. 1): Sandy Glover
Refrain First Line: Tell, O, tell the wondrous story
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #9150
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