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How long, O how long must our pleading be vain

Author: Isaiah Baltzell Hymnal: Missionary Songs for the use of Missionary Societies, Missionary and Gleaners' Bands and Other Missionary Meetings #d35 (1880) Hymnal Title: Missionary Songs for the use of Missionary Societies, Missionary and Gleaners' Bands and Other Missionary Meetings Languages: English
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How Long, O How Long

Author: "Carlin" Hymnal: Missionary Songs #72 (1895) Hymnal Title: Missionary Songs First Line: How long, O how long must our pleading be vain? Languages: English Tune Title: [How long, O how long must our pleading be vain?]
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How Long, O How Long?

Author: Isaiah Baltzell Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #8601 Meter: 11.11.11.10 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: How long, O how long must our pleading be vain? Lyrics: 1 How long, O how long must our pleading be vain? How long till the Christian shall loosen the chain That binds us in in ignorance, mighty and strong; How long, O ye Christians, how long, O how long? 2 How long must we wait, and continue to cry, "Come over and help us," O come ere we die? O where is salvation, so full and so free? We’re waiting, O Christian, God’s people to be. 3 O heed thou our pleading, nor longer delay; Our people are heathen, they know not the way; Then come, quickly come, bring your message of peace, To save us from ruin—our souls to release. 4 Despised and forsaken, no Bible, no God; We long to be free from idolatry’s rod; O hear us, while out of the darkness we cry: "Come over and help us," O come, ere we die. Languages: English Tune Title: SALTO

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