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168b. Lord, when my thoughts delighted rove

1.
Lord, when my thoughts delighted rove
Amid the wonders of thy love,
Sweet hope revives my drooping heart,
And bids intruding fears depart.

2.
Repentant sorrow fills my heart,
But mingling joy allays the smart;
O may my future life declare
The sorrow and the joy sincere.

3.
Be all my heart and all my days
Devoted to my Savior's praise;
And let my glad obedience prove
How much I owe, how much I love.

Text Information
First Line: Lord, when my thoughts delighted rove
Title: Lord, when my thoughts delighted rove
Meter: L.M.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1854
Tune Information
Name: LINDAN
Meter: L.M.



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