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Love him more and more

Think of all Jesus hath suffered for you

Author: Edna G. Young
Tune: [Think of all Jesus hath suffered for you]
Published in 3 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Think of all Jesus hath suffered for you,
Love Him more, more and more;
Think of His anguish and death on the tree,
Love Him more and more.

Refrain:
Love Him with all your hearts devotion!
Trial and sorrow He’ll tide you o’er;
Sound forth His praises o’er land and ocean,
And love Him more and more.

2 Think of the sorrow for you He endured,
Love Him more, more and more;
That you a home with Him might be assured,
Love Him more and more. [Refrain]

3 No one so worthy of love as is He,
Love Him more, more and more;
And O, what joy with Him ever to be!
Love Him more and more. [Refrain]

Source: The King of Glory #22

Author: Edna G. Young

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Text Information

First Line: Think of all Jesus hath suffered for you
Title: Love him more and more
Author: Edna G. Young
Refrain First Line: Love him with all your heart's devotion
Copyright: Public Domain

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Living Praise No. 2 #d184

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Song Praises #37

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The King of Glory #22

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