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German, 1524

A - wake, my soul, in

joy - ful lays And sing thy great Redeemer's praise;

He just-ly claims a song from thee. His lov-ing-kind-ness, O how free!

2 He saw me ruined in the fall,

Yet loved me notwithstanding all;
He saved me from my lost estate,
His lovingkindness, O how great!

3 Though numerous hosts of mighty foes;

Though earth and hell my way oppose,
He safely leads my soul along.
His lovingkindness, O how strong!

4 When trouble, like a gloomy cloud,

Has gathered thick and thundered loud,
He near my soul has always stood,
His lovingkindness, O how good!

5 Often I feel my sinful heart,

Prone from my Savior to depart;
But though I oft have Him forgot,
His lovingkindness changes not.

6 Soon shall I pass the gloomy vale,
Soon all my mortal powers must fail;
O may my last expiring breath
His lovingkindness praise in death.

M. Medley, 1782

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H. K. Oliver, 1832

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German, 1525

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And pass - es power of tell - ing; For when Thy wondrous love I see,

My heart yields glad sub - mis - - sion;

I love Thee for Thy

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Ludv. M. Lindeman, 1812–87

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The suppliant at His foot-stool kneel - ing. Why wilt thou gloom for

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