Sing them over again to me
Sing them over again to me. Philip P. Bliss* (1838-1876).
First published in the first number of a Sunday-school newspaper, Words of Life, edited by Fleming H. Revell (New York, 1874), with the tune by Bliss himself. The hymn may have been the inspiration for Revell’s title: it is sometimes known as ‘Wonderful Words of Life’. That phrase is like a bell sounding the message of salvation throughout the hymn:
Sing them over again to me, Wonderful words of Life,Let me more of their beauty see Wonderful words of Life.Words of life and beauty,Teach me faith and duty;Beautiful words, wonderful words, Wonderful words of Life.
Christ, the blessèd One gives to all, Wonderful words of...
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