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and,. Words by Sue C. Smith and Greg Rice Music by Greg Rice. Battered and broken, he was left there to die And those who saw simply went on their way, 'Til a man with compassion who would not pass by Reached out in live to end his suffering that day. And when we see helpless souls are we moved by their need? Do they touch us with their pain, with eyes of mercy do we see? Do we long to have a love that will allow the Lord to start To create within us a Servant's Heart?
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Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. I Love To Tell The Story. They took me down the streets of Heaven; Such scenes were too many to tell; I saw Abraham, Jacob and Isaac Talked with Mark, and Timothy But I said, "I want to see Jesus, 'Cause He's the One who died for m. Then I bowed on my knees and cried, "Holy, Holy, Holy. I clapped my hands and sang, "Glory, Glory, Glory.
I Love to Tell the Story" is a well-known hymn which was written as a poem by an English evangelist, Katherine Hankey. It was set to music by William G. Fischer. Hankey had a serious spell of sickness while on a mission in Africa. During her long days of convalescence, she wrote a long on the life of Jesus in 1866 in two parts. The first part was a poem of fifty stanzas, titled "The Story Wanted" (dated January 29, 1866) and second part titled "The Story Told" (dated November 18, 1866).
Refrain First Line: I love to tell the story. Article: Article -"I Love to Tell the Story!" by Mary Kay Beall (from The Hymn). Scripture References: all st. Ps. 66: 16, John 15:27 "I Love to Tell the Story" is one of two hymn texts derived from a long poem on the life of Christ written by A. (Annabelle) Catherine Hankey (b. Clapham, England, 1834; d. Westminster, London, England, 1911) in 1866. Hankey wrote the poem during a long period of convalescence following a serious illness.
Where do I begin To tell the story of how great a love can be The sweet love story that is older than the sea The simple truth about the love she brings to me Where do I start. With her first hello She gave new meaning to this empty world of mine There'd never be another love, another time She came into my life and made the living fine She fills my heart
|1||Tell Me the Story of Jesus||Greg Rice||1:19|
|2||I Love to Tell the Story||Greg Rice||4:21|
|3||This Is My Father's World||Greg Rice||5:01|
|4||'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus||Greg Rice||1:46|
|5||Just a Closer Walk with Thee||Greg Rice||3:37|
|6||Near to the Heat of God||Greg Rice||1:05|
|7||When Morning Gilds the Skies||Greg Rice||3:37|
|8||What a Friend We Have in Jesus||Greg Rice||3:27|
|9||Fairest Lord Jesus||Greg Rice||1:48|
|10||Higher Ground||Greg Rice||4:19|
|11||My Jesus I Love Thee||Greg Rice||4:14|
|12||There Is a Fountain||Greg Rice||4:47|
|13||I Need Thee Every Hour||Greg Rice||3:54|
|14||It Is Well with My Soul||Greg Rice||5:28|
|15||I Love to Tell the Story (Reprise)||Greg Rice||1:09|