Blessed Be the Glorious Tidings

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1 Blessed be the glorious tidings,
To a suff’ring world revealed;
Christ has made a full atonement,
By His stripes we may be healed.

Chorus:
Blessed be the great atonement,
To a suff’ring world revealed;
Blessed be this great salvation,
By His stripes we may be healed.

2 Jesus ever welcomed sinners,
To His mercy who appealed;
Still He offers us salvation,
By His stripes we may be healed. [Chorus]

3 Sacred is the blest anointing,
By the Holy Spirit sealed;
Jesus, lay Thy hand upon us,
By His stripes we may be healed. [Chorus]

4 Jesus to Thy glory ever,
All our members we would yield;
Grant that always we remember
By His stripes we may be healed. [Chorus]


Source: Hymns of the Christian Life #358

Author: Albert B. Simpson

Albert B. Simpson was the founder of The Christian and Missionary Alliance. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Blessed be the glorious tidings
Title: Blessed Be the Glorious Tidings
Author: Albert B. Simpson
Refrain First Line: Blessed be the great atonement
Publication Date: 1936
Copyright: Copyright, 1936, in Hymns of the Christian Life. Christian Publications, Inc., Owner

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