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The Gleaner

Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian

Author: Anna M. Allen (1879)
Tune: [Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian]
Published in 1 hymnal

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1. Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian,
Where hast thou gleaned today?
Even among the sheaves?
Handfuls the reaper leaves?
Say, Christian, say, where hast thou gleaned today?
Say, Christian, say, where hast thou gleaned today?

2. Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian,
Where hast thou gleaned today?
Where thistles clothed the ground?
Where evils clustered round?
Say, Christian, say, where hast thou gleaned today?
Say, Christian, say, where hast thou gleaned today?

3. Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian,
Where hast thou gleaned today?
What wilt thou say at last,
When God requires the past?
Say, Christian, say, where hast thou gleaned today?
Say, Christian, say, where hast thou gleaned today?

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #1825

Author: Anna M. Allen

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First Line: Where hast thou gleaned today, Christian
Title: The Gleaner
Author: Anna M. Allen (1879)
Source: Wreath of Praise, by Asa Hull (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Daniel W. Knowles, 1879), page 3
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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