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Page 1/2 Engraved by Verovio 3.15.0-5abc7c0 O Be Proclaim Give Zi hold to of on, how e thine Verse haste, man ve own thy y ry to mis thou peo bear sion sands ple, the high still tongue, mes ful are and sage fill ly na glo ing, ing tion rious; 5 to bound that give tell in God, of to the in thy all dark whom wealth the some we to world pris live speed that on and them God house move, on is of is their light, sin, love. way; 9 that with Tell pour he none how out who to God thy made tell stooped soul all them to for na of save them tions the a in is Sav lost prayer not ior’s cre vic will dy a to ing ing, tion, rious; title O Zion, haste My.Hymnary #548 - O Zion, haste WORDS: Mary A. Thomson, 1894 MUSIC (TIDINGS 11 10.11 10 with Refrain): James Walch, 1875 Page 2/2 Engraved by Verovio 3.15.0-5abc7c0 13 one or and O soul of died Zi should the on on, per life earth haste ish, he that to lost died we bring in for might the shades them live bright of to a er night. win. bove. day. 17 Pub lish glad Refrain ti dings, ti dings of peace, 21 ti dings of Je sus, re demp tion, and re lease. –  page 2  – My.Hymnary #548 - O Zion, haste WORDS: Mary A. Thomson, 1894 MUSIC (TIDINGS 11 10.11 10 with Refrain): James Walch, 1875
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First Line:
O Zion, haste, thy mission high fulfilling
Title:
O Zion, haste
Author:
Mary Ann Thomson (1868)
Meter:
11.10.11.10 with refrain
Language:
English
Refrain First Line:
Publish glad tidings, tidings of peace
Notes:
Spanish translation: See "O prisa, Sion, que tu Señor espera" by Alejandro Cativiela
Copyright:
Public Domain

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TIDINGS (Walch)
Composer:
James Walch (1875)
Meter:
11.10.11.10.9.11
Copyright:
Public Domain