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1 The Lord in greatly blessing us
Before the world His power displays;
Yea, great things God has done for us,
And filled our hearts with joy and praise.
Although with toil and tears
The sower bears his seed,
When harvest time appears
He shall be glad indeed.
2 O Lord, refresh us by Thy grace,
Revive and quicken all our powers,
As failing streams are made to flow,
Replenished by abundant showers. [Refrain]
3 The sower bearing precious seed
May weep as in his toil he grieves,
But he shall come again with joy
In harvest time with golden sheaves. [Refrain]Source: Bible Songs: a selection of psalms set to music, for use in sabbath schools, adult Bible classes, young people's societies, prayer meetings, evangelistic services, and family worship (4th ed.) #261