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Not Try, But Trust

Author: E. G. Taylor, D. D. Hymnal: Christ in Song #97 (1908) Hymnal Title: Christ in Song First Line: Not saved are we by trying Refrain First Line: It is not Try, but trust Lyrics: 1 Not saved are we by trying, From self can come no aid; 'Tis on the blood relying, Once for our ransom paid; 'Tis looking unto Jesus, The holy One and just; 'Tis His great work that saves us, It is not Try, but Trust. Chorus: It is not Try, but Trust, It is not Try, but Trust; 'Tis His great work that saves us; It is not Try, but Trust. 2 'Twas vain for Israel bitten By serpents on their way, To look to their own doing, That awful plague to stay; The remedy and healing, When humbled in the dust, Was of the Lord's revealing, It is not Try, but Trust. [Chorus] 3 No deeds of ours are needed To make Christ's merit more; No frames of mind, or feelings, Can add to His great store; 'Tis simply to receive Him, The holy One and just, 'Tis only to believe Him, It is not Try, but Trust. [Chorus] Topics: Invitation and Repentance; Christ Trusting; Living His Life Trusting; Living His Life Trusting; Living His Life Trusting Tune Title: [Not saved are we by trying]
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It is not try but trust

Hymnal: Christian Endeavor Edition of Gospel Hymns No. 6 #48 (1891) Hymnal Title: Christian Endeavor Edition of Gospel Hymns No. 6 First Line: Not saved are we by trying Languages: English
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Not Try, but Trust

Author: E. G. Taylor, D. D. Hymnal: Gospel Hymns No. 6 #48 (1891) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns No. 6 First Line: Not saved are we by trying Refrain First Line: It is not Try, but Trust Lyrics: 1 Not saved are we by trying, From self can come no aid; ‘Tis on the Blood relying, Once for our ransom paid, ‘Tis looking unto Jesus, The holy One and just; ‘Tis His great work that saves us— It is not Try, but Trust! Refrain: It is not Try, but Trust! It is not Try, but Trust! ‘Tis His great work that saves us: It is not Try, but Trust! 2 ‘Twas vain for Israel bitten By serpents, on their way, To look to their own doing, That awful plague to stay; The only means for healing, When humbled in the dust, Was of the Lord’s revealing— It is not Try, but Trust! [Refrain] 3 No deeds of ours are needed To make Christ’s merit more; No frames of mind, or feelings, Can add to His great store; ‘Tis simply to receive Him, The holy One and just; ‘Tis only to believe Him— It is not Try, but Trust! [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Not saved are we by trying]
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It is not Try, but Trust

Author: E. G. Taylor, D.D. Hymnal: Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #285 (1892) Hymnal Title: Gospel Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined First Line: Not saved are we by trying Tune Title: [Not saved are we by trying]
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Not Try, But Trust

Author: Edward G. Taylor, 1830-1887 Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #11131 Hymnal Title: The Cyber Hymnal First Line: Not saved are we by trying Refrain First Line: It is not Try, but Trust Lyrics: 1 Not saved are we by trying, From self can come no aid; ’Tis on the blood relying, Once for our ransom paid; ’Tis looking unto Jesus, The holy One and Just; ’Tis His great work that saves us, It is not Try, but Trust. Refrain: It is not Try, but Trust; It is not Try, but Trust; ’Tis His great work that saves us; It is not Try, but Trust. 2 ’Twas vain for Israel bitten By serpents on their way, To look to their own doing, That awful plague to stay; The only way for healing, When humbled in the dust, Was of the Lord’s revealing, It was not Try, but Trust. [Refrain] 3 No deeds of ours are needed To make Christ’s merit more; No frames of mind, or feelings, Can add to His great store; ’Tis simply to receive Him, The holy One and Just, ’Tis only to believe Him, It was not Try, but Trust. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: [Not saved are we by trying]

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