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A Hymn: Comfort to the Weeping Ones

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Singing and composing hymns and other songs have been part of my life since my teenage days


Composer’s Foreword

I am not good in notes, but from the local church trainings while in choir, I have come around with this hymn using another hymn. If you know the hymn beneath, then you can join me to sing this song unto the Lord.


The Composed Song

1. The sins of the people of God

Have grieved the heart of God

And he has handed them over

Unto their enemies

2. The enemies invaded the land

They kill, they maim an’ destroy

Many inhabitants of the land

Were hostages of war

3. We have even heard in Ramah

Weeping and lamentation

The elders and the remnant ones

Were weeping for the loss

4. The weeping ones have rejected

All forms of human comfort

‘Cause their comfort are vain and vague

Devoid of solution

5. The Lord has sent his word unto them

Yea its message of comfort

That this they even need to do

Refrain voice from weeping

6. They ‘ve got to refrain from weeping

‘Cause their works ‘ll be rewarded

Everything carted off by enemies

Shall be restored unto them

7. Even in their ends there is hope

For their hopelessness ‘ll vanish

And their children shall come again

Even to their own borders

8. brethren therefore do not lose hope

Accept the comforting words

Of Yahweh the Almighty God

For it ‘ll be well with thee