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Baruch Aish the Blessed fire

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Baruch Aish the Blessed fire

God is clean with consuming fire  					                                  As gold pours off dross purifies 									         Decision's valley now the hour					  	                                 when He comes with fire in His eyes                                                                               ~                       -                                                                                                                           Baruch Aish the Blessed fire -refrain                                                                                                          ~      Rains burning away sin as tin 				   						        The bush the flame does not devour									        Will be your enemy or friend 										  Radiant blaze thorny flower	                                                                              ~  -~        refrain 														     Giving us heat the burning heart	   									 Hearth's hand to warm our cold bones								     Separating us from the dark										       lamp for our feet avoiding stones                                                                      ~ -refrain  															 To see by night with your candle light                                                                        Your blessed fire or ire with might                                                                                the sun rising over hill like lighting                                                           		   Baruch Aish the Blessed fire 														

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