Yes, there flows a wondrous river

Yes, there flows a wondrous river

Author: Richard Slater
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 Yes, there flows a wondrous river,
That can make the foulest clean;
To the soul it is the giver
Of the freedom from all sin.

Refrain:
Round us flows the cleansing river,
The holy, mighty, wonder-working river,
That can make a saint of a sinner;
It flows the throne of God.

2 All who seek this cleansing river
Have their deepest need supplied;
From all ills its waves deliver
When for healing they’re applied.

3 Have you proved this precious river,
Perfect cleansing gaining there?
Losing burdens that need never
Rise again to bring you care?

4 On the margin of this river,
In your stains, why still delay?
Why not now be free for ever
And the voice of God obey?


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #471

Author: Richard Slater

Library of Congress name authority Sources: found: The musical Salvationist, 2011: t.p. (Richard Slater; 1854-1939) p. 32, etc. (b. June 7, 1854 in Clerkenwell; worked in the Salvation Army's Musical Dept. from 1883 until his retirement in 1913; was the principal Salvationist composer, arranger and musical editor of the period; awarded the Order of the Founder, the highest honour bestowed to Salvationists, in 1923; d. Dec. 7, 1939) Go to person page >

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First Line: Yes, there flows a wondrous river
Author: Richard Slater
Refrain First Line: Round us flows the cleansing river

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