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7933. In The Light Of God's Wonderful Love

1 I am walking each day in this world below,
In the glory that shines from above;
O ’tis precious to know as I onward go,
In the light of God’s wonderful love.

Refrain:
It is wonderful, wonderful love,
That shines on my path from above;
It brightens the way, turning night into day,
The light of God’s wonderful love.

2 When the shadows of sin, with its dark despair,
Would my visions of glory subdue;
Lo, from Heaven above there shines on my soul
The full light of God’s wonderful love. [Refrain]

3 When my labors shall cease and my soul’s set free,
I shall go to the land of pure love;
With my Savior I’ll rest, and I’ll happy be,
In the light of God’s wonderful love. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: I am walking each day in this world below
Title: In The Light Of God's Wonderful Love
Author: Stephen Althea Berrie (1912)
Refrain First Line: It is wonderful, wonderful love
Language: English
Source: Supplement to the Harp of Glory by William T. Dale and H. A. R. Horton (Nashville, Tennessee: W. T. Dale, 1912)
Copyright: Public Domain
Tune Information
Name: [I am walking each day in this world below]
Composer: William Thomas Dale
Key: A♭ Major
Copyright: Public Domain



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