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Singing With the Spirit

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1 While we meet, who love thy name,
Meet, to cast our cares on thee,
As of old, the Spirit came,
May his presence with us be.

Singing with the Spirit,--
"Jesus, be thy name adored!"
Let us make heart melody,
Singing to the Lord.

2 Touch our lips with holy flame,
As we for thy Spirit long;
Then we'll dare to praise thy name,
Then, thou wilt accept our song! [Chorus]

3 Make us pure and free from sin;
Gird us for the holy race;
Teach us how the lost to win
To the gospel of thy grace. [Chorus]

4 Teacher! make us truly wise;
Victor! make us to be strong;
May our prayers like incense rise,
And to thee our even song. [Chorus]

Source: The Golden Sheaf: a collection of choice hymns and songs especially designed for Sunday schools, loyal worker's meetings, prayer and social services (Enl. ed.) #188

Author: Susie Thompson

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First Line: While we meet who love thy name
Title: Singing With the Spirit
Author: Susie Thompson
Refrain First Line: Singing with the spirit
Copyright: Public Domain


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The Golden Sheaf #188

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