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The Christian sufferings here below

The Christian sufferings here below

Published in 3 hymnals

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1 The christian suff'rings here below,
Do not deserve to be compar'd!
Unto the joys God will bestow,
To those who trust unto his word.

2 On this sure promise they may build!
They never need to doubt or fear--
Such glories are in them reveal'd,
Which will repay their suff'rings here.

3 Happy will be the time indeed,
For which the whole creation wait;
When ev'ry creature shall be freed
From their oppress'd and mournful state.

4 In Adam's fall the whole was made,
Subject to vanity and sin--
the curse on all the earth was laid,
And all that is contain'd therein.

5 All creatures may be said to groan,
And travel in distress and pain;
All living creatures, Sun and Moon,
They feel the curse of guilt and stain.

6 But when the blessed sons of God
In all their glory come to view;
When heav'n and earth shall be renew'd,
All creatures are redeemed too.



Source: Church Hymn Book: consisting of newly composed hymns with the addition of hymns and psalms, from other authors, carefully adapted for the use of public worship, and many other occasions (1st ed.) #CV

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First Line: The Christian sufferings here below
Copyright: Public Domain

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