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21. I'm Happy in Jesus

1 I’m happy, so happy in Jesus today,
I’ve a joy that the world may not know;
He has taken my sins and put them away,
He has washed ev’ry stain white as snow.

Refrain:
His word makes me sure
And his blood makes me pure,
Hallelujah, what joy is mine!
His ways all are peace,
And his love will never cease,
Hallelujah, what joy is mine!

2 I’m resting so sweetly in Jesus’ control,
Not an hour but he keeps me secure;
And tho’ trials, like waves, may over me roll,
By his help I am made to endure. [Refrain]

3 I’m telling the story again and again,
Of a Savior whose love ne’er can die;
How he left his bright home in heaven for men,
To prepare them for glory on high. [Refrain]

4 I some day shall see him and know him full well,
In his likeness my spirit shall share;
Oh, what rapture ‘twill be forever to dwell
With my Savior who’ll welcome me there. [Refrain]

Text Information
First Line: I’m happy, so happy in Jesus today
Title: I'm Happy in Jesus
Author: Jno. R. Clements
Refrain First Line: His word makes me sure
Publication Date: 1904
Topic: Atonement-Salvation
Tune Information
Name: [I’m happy, so happy in Jesus today]
Composer: G. W. Elderkin



Media
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