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Christ rescued me

Author: W. T. Morris Hymnal: Hosannas, a Superior Collection ... #d76 (1923) Hymnal Title: Hosannas, a Superior Collection ... First Line: My loving Lord in sympathy Refrain First Line: With his own hands he lifted me
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Christ Rescued Me

Author: Mrs. W. T. Morris Hymnal: Make Christ King #42 (1912) Hymnal Title: Make Christ King First Line: My loving Lord in sympathy Refrain First Line: With His own hands He lifted me Lyrics: 1 My loving Lord in sympathy With tend’rest love came unto me, And from the depths of misery With His own hands He lifted me. Refrain: With His own hands He lifted me, With nail-pierced hands He set me free; From depths of sin and misery, With blood-stained hands Christ rescued me. 2 So long had I been bound by sin, So deeply dyed, without, within, And vain all better life had been, Till Jesus’ touch had made me clean. [Refrain] 3 Yes, out of darkness into light, And out of weakness into might, Then out of blindness into sight With nail-pierced hands He set me free. [Refrain] 4 Ah! sweet indeed it is to sing The praises of my Lord and King, Who even down to me did bring The song of love and victory. [Refrain] 5 O hallelujah! praise His name, My blessed Lord, always the same; The loving One, who bore my shame, And with His life-blood rescued me. [Refrain] Tune Title: [My loving Lord in sympathy]
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Christ Rescued Me

Author: Mrs. W. T. Morris Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #12113 Meter: 8.8.8.8 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: My loving Lord in sympathy Refrain First Line: With His own hands He lifted me Lyrics: 1 My loving Lord in sympathy With tenderest love came unto me; And from the depths of misery, With His own hands He lifted me. Refrain: With His own hands He lifted me, With nail pierced hands He set me free; From depths of sin and misery, With blood stained hands Christ rescued me. 2 So long had I been bound by sin, So deeply dyed, without, within, And vain all better life had been, Till Jesus’ touch had made me clean. [Refrain] 3 Yes, out of darkness into light, And out of weakness into might, Then out of blindness into sight With nail pierced hands He set me free. [Refrain] 4 Ah! sweet indeed it is to sing The praises of my Lord and king, Who even down to me did bring The song of love and victory. [Refrain] 5 O hallelujah! praise His name, My blessèd Lord, always the same; The loving One, who bore my shame, And with His life blood rescued me. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: GRAND SALINE

Christ rescued me

Author: W. T. Morris Hymnal: The Ham-Ramsay Revival Hymns, a Collection of High Class Gospel Music #d165 (1915) Hymnal Title: The Ham-Ramsay Revival Hymns, a Collection of High Class Gospel Music First Line: My loving Lord in sympathy Refrain First Line: With his own hands he lifted me

Christ rescued me

Author: W. T. Morris Hymnal: The Message in Song Nos. 1 & 2 #d133 (1914) Hymnal Title: The Message in Song Nos. 1 & 2 First Line: My loving Lord in sympathy Refrain First Line: With his own hands he lifted me

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