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The Bible, the Bible

Author: George T. Congreve Hymnal: A Selection of Spiritual Songs for the Sunday School #d96 (1881) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Spiritual Songs for the Sunday School First Line: How holy [sweet] is the Bible, how pure is the light Languages: English
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The Bible, the Bible

Hymnal: A Selection of Spiritual Songs #64 (1881) Hymnal Title: A Selection of Spiritual Songs First Line: How sweet is the Bible, how pure is the light Topics: Bible Languages: English Tune Title: [How sweet is the Bible, how pure is the light]
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How holy the Bible! how pure is the light

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Hosanna for the Sunday School #93 (1898) Hymnal Title: Hosanna for the Sunday School Languages: English
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How Sweet Is the Bible

Author: Anon. Hymnal: Junior Carols #15 (1906) Hymnal Title: Junior Carols First Line: How sweet is the Bible! how pure is the light Languages: English Tune Title: [How sweet is the Bible! how pure is the light]

The Bible, the Bible

Author: George T. Congreve Hymnal: Junior Hymns #d40 (1914) Hymnal Title: Junior Hymns First Line: How holy [sweet] is the Bible, how pure is the light Languages: English
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How sweet is the Bible! how pure is the light

Hymnal: Select Songs No. 2 #52 (1893) Hymnal Title: Select Songs No. 2

The Bible, the Bible

Author: George T. Congreve Hymnal: Selected Songs #d35 (1882) Hymnal Title: Selected Songs First Line: How holy [sweet] is the Bible, how pure is the light
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The Bible, the Bible

Hymnal: Special Songs and Services for Primary and Intermediate Classes #34 (1893) Hymnal Title: Special Songs and Services for Primary and Intermediate Classes First Line: How sweet is the Bible, how pure is the light
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How Holy The Bible

Author: George T. Congreve, 1821-1898 Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #9963 Meter: 11.8.11.8 D Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: How holy the Bible! How pure is the light Lyrics: 1 How holy the Bible! How pure is the light That streams from its pages divine! ’Tis a star that shines soft through the gloom of the night, Of jewels a wonderful mine. ’Tis bread for the hungry, ’tis food for the poor, A balm for the wounded and sad, ’Tis the gift of a Father—His likeness is there, And the hearts of His children are glad. 2 ’Tis the voice of the Savior—how sweet, in the storm It speaks to the sinner distressed; The tempest is hushed, o’er the sea comes a calm— The troubled and weary find rest. O teach me, blest Jesus, to seek for Thy face, To me let Thy welcome be given; Now speak to my heart some kind message of grace, And words that shall guide me to Heaven. Languages: English Tune Title: MORENO
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How Sweet is the Bible!

Author: Unknown Hymnal: Triumphant Songs No.3 #48 (1892) Hymnal Title: Triumphant Songs No.3 First Line: How sweeet is the Bible Refrain First Line: The Bible, the Bible Lyrics: 1 How sweet is the Bible! How pure is the light That streams from its pages divine! ‘Tis a star that shines soft thro’ the gleam of the night, Of jewels a wonderful mine; ‘Tis bread for the hungry, ‘Tis food for the poor, A balm for the wounded and sad, ‘Tis the gift of a Father, His likeness is there, And the hearts of his children are glad. 2 ‘Tis the voice of the Savior, How sweet in the storm! It speaks to the sinner distressed; The tempest is hushed, o’er the sea comes a calm— The troubled and weary find rest. O teach me, blest Jesus, To seek for thy face, To me let thy welcome be giv’n; Now speak to my heart some Kind message of grace, And words that shall guide me to heav’n. Topics: Bible Tune Title: [How sweet is the Bible]

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