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Still whiter than snow

What can be whiter than beautiful snow

Author: Miriam Stabler
Tune: [What can be whiter than beautiful snow]
Published in 10 hymnals

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Audio files: MIDI

Full Text

1. What can be whiter than beautiful snow,
Coming from Heaven to earth below,
Pure and so white as it falleth light
Over this broad world of sin and of woe?

Refrain
Yes, there is something still whiter;
Hearken ye weary, and know!
Tho’ your sins be as scarlet red,
They shall be whiter than snow.

2. Jesus has died, and now all men may know
That His rich blood for the world did flow;
Saved we may be, and from sin set free,
Washed and made whiter than beautiful snow. [Refrain]

3. Beautiful souls of His saints here below,
What but His blood could have made them so?
All who believe shall His grace receive,
And be made purer than Heaven-born snow. [Refrain]

4. Come to this Savior! He surely doth know
All of your sorrow and sin and woe,
And when you sigh He will hear your cry,
Wash you more white than the beautiful snow. [Refrain]]

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #6341

Author: Miriam Stabler

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Text Information

First Line: What can be whiter than beautiful snow
Title: Still whiter than snow
Author: Miriam Stabler
Refrain First Line: Yes, there is something still whiter

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The Cyber Hymnal #6341
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  • Noteworthy Composer score (NWC)
  • XML score (XML)



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