Let Your Garments Be Always White

Are your garments always spotless

Author: Emma F. Fisk
Tune: [Are your garments always spotless]
Published in 11 hymnals

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Representative Text

1 Are your garments always spotless?
Are they washed in Jesus' blood?
Do they always keep the cleansing
Of the purifying flood?
Do they never show the soiling
Of your sins upon their white?
Will they always bear the searching
Of the Holy Spirit's light?

Let your garment be spotless,
Always pure and bright;
Thro' the precious blood of Jesus
Keep them ever clean and white.

2 Let no anger soil their beauty,
Let no bitterness remain;
O be sure no trace of envy
Leaves upon your robes a stain.
Let no love of worldly pleasure
Cast unholy shadows there,
Fully cleanse them from the mildews
Of anxiety and care. [Chorus]

3 Let all pride of love and glory,
Gold and fame be washed away;
Trembling heart, your fears and doubtings
'Neath the pool of cleansing lay.
Never after try to find them,
They are lost beneath the tide;
Christ would have you all your shrinking
In this precious fountain hide. [Chorus]

4 O then ever keep your garments
Whiter than the driven snow,
Wear the royal robes of heaven
While you tarry here below;
That through yonder pearly portals
Joyful entrance you may win,
Clothes in raiment cleaned forever
From the fingerprints of sin. [Chorus]

Source: The Golden Sheaf: a collection of choice hymns and songs especially designed for Sunday schools, loyal worker's meetings, prayer and social services (Enl. ed.) #8

Author: Emma F. Fisk

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Text Information

First Line: Are your garments always spotless
Title: Let Your Garments Be Always White
Author: Emma F. Fisk
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Let your garments be spotless
Copyright: Public Domain



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