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Thou art, O Christ, the Light and Life

Thou art, O Christ, the Light and Life

Author: Charles H. Rominger
Tune: ROMINGER
Published in 3 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

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1. Thou art, O Christ, the light and life
Of all my soul’s aspiring hope,
Without that life in daily strife
I could not dare with sin to cope.

2. I have not strength to stand alone,
When storms of doubt and fears assail;
But Thou, yea, Thou, and Thou alone
Must o’er my doubts and fears prevail.

3. I have not courage to resist,
When Satan’s hosts attack me sore;
I must on Thee alone subsist,
Till sin and sorrow reign no more.

4. And when, in that bright realm above,
I see Thee ever face to face,
I’ll breathe the fragrance of Thy love,
I’ll sing the wonder of Thy grace.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6482

Author: Charles H. Rominger

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First Line: Thou art, O Christ, the Light and Life
Author: Charles H. Rominger
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Cyber Hymnal #6482
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The Cyber Hymnal #6482

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