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147. Blessed Quietness

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1 Joys are flowing like a river,
Since the Comforter has come;
He abides with us forever,
Makes the trusting heart His home.

Refrain:
Blessed quietness, holy quietness,
What assurance in my soul!
On the stormy sea He speaks peace to me,
How the billows cease to roll!

2 Bringing life and health and gladness,
All around this heav'nly Guest,
Banished unbelief and sadness,
Changed our weariness to rest. [Refrain]

3 Like the rain that falls from heaven,
Like the sunlight from the sky,
So the Holy Ghost is given,
Coming on us from on high. [Refrain]

4 See, a fruitful field is growing,
Blessed fruit of righteousness;
And the streams of life are flowing
In the lonely wilderness. [Refrain]

5 What a wonderful salvation,
Where we always see His face!
What a perfect habitation,
What a quiet resting place! [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: Joys are flowing like a river
Title: Blessed Quietness
Author: Manie P. Ferguson
Refrain First Line: Blessed quietness, holy quietness
Language: English
Publication Date: 1989
Topic: Holy Spirit; Joy; Peace
Tune Information
Name: [Joys are flowing like a river]
Composer: W.S. Marshall
Arranger: James M. Kirk
Key: A Major



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