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34. "No more the curse!" O Christ, we praise Thee!

1 “No more the curse!” O Christ, we praise Thee!
Thy blood the triumph wins;
The cross to which Thy love did raise Thee,
Hath put away our sins.

“There shall be no more curse,
Neither sorrow, nor crying;
There shall be no more pain,
Neither darkness, nor dying;
And God shall wipe away
All tears from their eyes.”

2 “No more of pain” and care-worn faces,
No forms bowed with disease;
O’er all the earth the Lord replaces
His paradise of peace. [Refrain]

3 “No more of night,” the day is dawning,
The Lord is drawing near!
With Him shall come the longed-for morning
When night shall disappear. [Refrain]

4 “Nor more the curse,” no more the crying,
All thirst and hunger o’er;
No more the night, no more the dying,
No tears of sorrow more! [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: "No more the curse!" O Christ, we praise Thee!
Author: D. W. Whittle
Refrain First Line: There shall be no more curse
Publication Date: 1905

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