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We love the good old Bible, we love it more and more

We love the good old Bible, we love it more and more

Author: A. J. Bailey
Tune: [We love the good old Bible]
Published in 1 hymnal

Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1 We love the good old Bible,
We love it more and more,
And ev’ry time we read it,
WE find a treasure store;
It stands the test of ages,
So wonderful, so true,
It tells a Saviour-story,
So old, yet ever new.

Refrain:
The Bible, the Bible,
We love the dear old Bible;
Our teacher it shall ever be,
The Bible, the Bible.

2 We love the good old Bible,
Which lights us on our way,
A lamp to guide us ever
With bright and cheering ray;
It is the word which conquers,
With power from on high,
The bread from heaven given,
Soul-hunger to supply. [Refrain]

3 We love the good old Bible,
For when our skies are drear,
Within its blessed pages
We find our hope and cheer;
Like jewels they are gleaming,
Those words of tender love
Which tell a Father’s goodness,
And point to joys above. [Refrain]

Source: Gospel Gems Number 1 : One Hundred Eighty Sacred Selections for Religious Meetings #68

Author: A. J. Bailey

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Text Information

First Line: We love the good old Bible, we love it more and more
Author: A. J. Bailey
Refrain First Line: The Bible, the Bible, we love the dear old Bible
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