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703. Every Day Will I Bless Thee

. My Saviour's praises I will sing,
And all his love express;
Whose mercies each returning day
Proclaim his faithfulness.

Refrain:
"Ev'ry day will I bless Thee!
Ev'ry day will I bless Thee!
And I will praise, will praise thy Name
For ever and ever!"

2 Redeemed by gis almighty pow'r,
My Saviour and my King;
My confidence in him I place,
To him my soul would cling. [Refrain]

3 On thee alone, my Saviour, God,
My steadfast hopes depend;
And to thy holy will my soul
Submissively would bend. [Refrain]

4 O grant thy Holy Spirit's grace,
And aid my feeble pow'rs,
That gladly I may follow thee
Thro' all my future hours. [Refrain]

Amen.

Text Information
First Line: My Saviour's praises I will sing
Title: Every Day Will I Bless Thee
Author: J. E. A.
Publication Date: 1961
Scripture: Psalm 72:15
Topic: Christ: Deity of; God: Faithfuless of; Hymns for Informal Occasions (1 more...)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Ev'ry day will I bless thee
Tune Information
Name: [My Saviour's praises I will sing]
Composer: James McGranahan, 1840-1907
Key: F Major



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