Daniel Webster Moody

(1840-1901 / the United States)

Preach the Gospel


Preach the Gospel, sound it forth,
Tell of free and full salvation;
Spread the tidings o’er the earth,
Go to every tribe and nation.


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Spread the joyful tidings
In anthem and story
Jesus hath redeemed us,
Oh, give Him the glory!


Preach the Gospel, full of joy,
While on grace and mercy dwelling;
Heart and soul in full employ,
As the story you are telling.


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Preach the Gospel, make it clear,
By the blood of Christ remission;
Give the message, make them hear,
This alone is our commission.


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Preach the Gospel full of love,
Christ’s compassion fully knowing;
Seek the power from above,
While His great compassion showing.


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Preach the Gospel as if God
Sinners lost through you were seeking;
His salvation through the Word
Speak as if the Lord were speaking.


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Submitted: Monday, September 27, 2010

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