Alone With Jesus

Alone with Jesus, blessed thought

Author: L. S. Nasmith
Tune: [Alone with Jesus, blessed thought]
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1 Alone with Jesus—blessed tho’t,
With holy consolation fraught;
No human tongue can tell the joy
Which fills my heart without alloy.

2 Alone with Jesus, oh, how sweet
To sit like Mary at His feet;
Confiding all without a fear,
Bathing His feet with grateful tear.

3 Alone with Jesus—Sabbath eve,
To Him with all my soul I cleave;
He draws me closely to His heart,
And whispers, “We shall never part.”

4 Living with Jesus her below,
Then with Him I shall gladly go,
To dwell with all the holy throng,
And praise Him in eternal song.


Source: Light and Life Songs: adapted especially to sunday schools, prayer meetings and other social services #59

Author: L. S. Nasmith

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First Line: Alone with Jesus, blessed thought
Title: Alone With Jesus
Author: L. S. Nasmith
Language: English
Publication Date: 1904
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

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Light and Life Songs #59

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