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Sow the seed beside all waters




Sow the seed beside all waters,
North and south and east and west,
That our toiling sons and daughters
In the harvest may be blessed.
Tell the tidings of salvation
íMid the storms of Labrador;
Speak the word of consolation
By the lone Pacific shore.


Where the forests old are falling,
Yielding place to lawn and lea;
Where the fisher plies his calling
íMid the perils of the sea;
Where the tide of commerce rushes
Through the cityís crowded street,
And unpitying Mammon crushes
Poor and weak beneath his feet.


Where our brothers, sowing, reaping,
Delving for the hidden ore,
Now with joy and now with weeping
Labor to increase their store;
Where the stranger wanders lonely
In the homeless wilderness,
Tell of Jesus, Jesus only,
Who alone can save and bless.


Tell how tenderly He careth
For the weary and oppressed,
How their burdens all He beareth,
As He leads them to His rest;
Tell that He, the Lord from heaven,
Died for all and lives again,
All through Him may be forgiven,
All with Him in glory reign.


Tell His love beyond all telling,
Seeking, following those who flee,
Love rebellious hearts compelling
To His service glad and free.
Thus a precious harvest gather,
North and south and east and west,
To the glory of the Father,
Son, and Spirit ever blest.

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LYRICS
Meter: 8 7 8 7 D
Writer(s):
    Trans/Adapted:
      Dates: 1897
      Bible Refs: Mt 13:8;
      LIST OF LYRIC SOURCES
      Hymn/Song Book Year Song #
      1919# 283
      1908# 305
      1938# 278
      MUSIC
      Name: BETHANY
      Meter: 8 7 8 7 D
      Writer(s):
        Dates: 1857
        SCORE PREVIEW
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        ALTERNATIVE TUNES
        Name meter
        8 7 8 7 D
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