From the album Hymns

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William J. Reynolds writes:

“During January and February of 1926, the George T. Stephans Evangelistic Party conducted a citywide revival in the tabernacle in Orlando, FL. Daniel Iverson, a Presbyterian minister from Lumberton, NC, spent several days in Orlando visiting with the Stephans team. The day he arrived, he was greatly impressed by a message on the Holy Spirit given by Dr. Barron, a physician from Columbia, SC.

“Later that day Iverson went to the First Presbyterian Church in Orlando, sat down at the piano, and wrote this song. Miss Birdie Loes, the pianist for the Stephans team, wrote it out on manuscript paper. E. Powell Lee, the team song leader, was immediately impressed and taught it to the people that evening in the tabernacle, and used it throughout the campaign.”

Lyrics

Spirit of the Living God:
Text and Music: Daniel Iverson

Where the Spirit of the Lord Is:
Text and Music: Stephen Adams

Spirit of the living God
Fall fresh on me
Spirit of the living God
Fall fresh on me

Melt me, mold me, fill me, use me
Spirit of the living God
Fall fresh on me

Mercy of the living God
Fall fresh on me
Mercy of the living God
Fall fresh on me

Melt me, mold me, fill me, use me
Mercy of the living God
Fall fresh on me

Where the spirit of the Lord is
There is peace
Where the spirit of the Lord is
There is love

There is comfort in life's darkest hour
There is life and light
There is help and power
In the spirit, in the spirit of the Lord

Spirit of the living God
Fall fresh on me
Spirit of the living God
Fall fresh on me

Melt me, mold me, fill me, please use me
Spirit of the living God
Fall fresh on me