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Sweetly the Ho­ly Hymn

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

charles-spurgeon-smaller-version-3Sweetly the holy hymn
Breaks on the morning air;
Before the world with smoke is dim
We meet to offer prayer.

While flowers are wet with dews,
Dew of our souls, descend:
Ere yet the sun the day renews,
O Lord, Thy Spirit send.

Upon the battlefield,
Before the fight begins,
We seek, O Lord, Thy sheltering shield,
To guard us from our sins.

Ere yet our vessel sails
Upon the stream of day
We plead, O Lord, for heavenly gales
To speed us on our way!

On the lone mountain side,
Before the morning’s light,
The Man of sorrows wept and cried,
And rose refreshed with might.

Oh, hear us then, for we
Are very weak and frail,
We make the Savior’s Name our plea,
And surely must prevail.

By Charles H. Spurgeon

With permission from Cyber Hymnal

Hymns by Charles H. Spurgeon

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

c-spurgeon-2Charles Haddon Spurgeon wrote the following hymns

All My Soul Was Dry and Dead (Fountain of Praise; his last hymn)  

Amidst Us Our Beloved Stands  

Foes of Zion Quake for Fright, The  

Forth to the Battle Rides Our King  

Guilty Sinner, Fly to Jesus  

Ho­ly Ghost Is Here, The  

Make Haste, O God, My Soul to Bless!  

God, Thou Hast Cast Off Thy Saints  

Sweetly the Ho­ly Hymn 

 

With permission from Cyber Hymnal