568. Christ for the World We Sing

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1. Christ for the world we sing,
the world to Christ we bring,
with loving zeal;
the poor, and them that mourn,
the faint and overborne,
sin-sick and sorrow-worn,
whom Christ doth heal.

2. Christ for the world we sing,
the world to Christ we bring,
with fervent prayer;
the wayward and the lost,
by restless passions tossed,
redeemed at countless cost,
from dark despair.

3. Christ for the world we sing,
the world to Christ we bring,
with one accord;
with us the work to share,
with us reproach to dare,
with us the cross to bear,
for Christ our Lord.

4. Christ for the world we sing,
the world to Christ we bring,
with joyful song;
the newborn souls, whose days,
reclaimed from error's ways,
inspired with hope and praise,
to Christ belong.

Text Information
First Line: Christ for the world we sing
Title: Christ for the World We Sing
Author: Samuel Wolcott (1869)
Meter: 664.6664
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Topic: The Nature of the Church: Called to God's Mission; Discipleship and Service; Joy (4 more...)
Tune Information
Name: ITALIAN HYMN
Composer: Felice de Giardini (1769)
Meter: 664.6664
Key: G Major



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