The Love of God lyrics goes “how rich and pure, how measureless and strong, it shall forevermore endure”. How great God’s love is.
The Love of God is a classic English hymn written by Frederick Martin Lehman (1868-1953), a Jewish author and composer. There is a story behind how the third stanza came to be.
“The Love of God” has been widely used over the years.
Dear friends, I pray you encounter the Love of God described in this hymn.
The Love of God Lyrics
The love of God is far greater Than tongue or pen can ever tell It goes beyond the highest star And reaches to the lowest hell The guilty pair bowed down with care God gave His Son to win His erring child He reconciled And pardoned from his sin When years of time shall pass away And earthly thrones and kingdoms fall When men who here refuse to pray On rocks and hills and mountains call God's love so sure, shall still endure All measureless and strong Redeeming grace to Adam's race The saints' and angels' song God's love so sure, shall still endure All measureless and strong Redeeming grace to Adam's race The saints' and angels' song Could we with ink the ocean fill And were the skies of parchment made Were every stalk on earth a quill And every man a scribe by trade To write the love of God above Would drain the ocean dry Nor could the scroll contain the whole Though stretched from sky to sky O love of God, how rich and pure
How measureless and strong
It shall forevermore endure
The saints' and angels' song