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94. Wonderful, Wonderful Jesus!

1 There is never a day so dreary,
There is never a night so long,
But the soul that is trusting Jesus
Will somewhere find a new song.

Chorus:
Wonderful, wonderful Jesus,
In the heart He implanteth a song:
A song of deliv'rance, of courage, of strength -
In the heart He implanteth a song.

2 There is never a cross so heavy,
There is never a weight of woe,
But that Jesus will help to carry
Because He loveth so. [Chorus]

3 There is never a care or burden,
There is never a grief or loss,
But that Jesus in love will lighten
When carried to the cross. [Chorus]

4 There is never a guilty sinner,
There is never a wand'ring one,
But that God can in mercy pardon
Through Jesus Christ, His Son. [Chorus]

Text Information
First Line: There is never a day so dreary
Title: Wonderful, Wonderful Jesus!
Author: Anna B. Russell, 1862-1954
Refrain First Line: Wonderful, wonderful Jesus!
Language: English
Publication Date: 1970
Topic: Assurance and Trust; Praise and Testimony
Tune Information
Name: [There is never a day so dreary]
Composer: Ernest O. Seller, 1869-1952
Key: A♭ Major



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