There is a holy hill of God

There is a holy hill of God

Author: William D. Pennick
Published in 2 hymnals

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THERE is a holy hill of God,
Its heights by faith I see;
Now to ascend my soul aspires,
To leave earth’s vanity.

Refrain:
Lord, cleanse my hands, and cleanse my heart,
All selfish aims I flee,
My faith reward, thy love impart,
And let me dwell with thee.

2 Though great the world’s attractions be,
I pass contented by;
Gladly I sacrifice their charms
For those enjoyed on high.

3 I seek the blessing from the Lord
That humble saints receive,
And righteousness, his own reward
To all who dare believe.

4 O let me now thy hill ascend,
Made worthy by thy grace,
There in thy strength to stand and serve
Within the holy place!


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #461

Author: William D. Pennick

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First Line: There is a holy hill of God
Author: William D. Pennick
Refrain First Line: Lord, cleanse my hands, and cleanse my heart

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