Blessed Redeemer

Blessed Redeemer, thou art all in all to me

Author: R. F. Beveridge
Tune: [Jesus, my Savior, O, how dear Thou art to me]
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1 Blessed Redeemer, Thou art all in all to me,
Ever beside me, till Thy face I see!
When afar I wander'd from the Father's kind embrace,
In Thy wondrous pity, Thou didst take my place.

Refrain:
Blessed Redeemer, Thou art all in all to me:
Ever beside me 'till Thy face I see.

2 There in the garden, from Thy radiant home above,
Jesus my surety, I behold Thy love;
On the Cross uplifted, 'midst the dark'ning of the sky,
Wond'ring angels wathc'd Thee bow the head and die. [Refrain]

3 On thro' life's journey Thou wilt guide my wand'ring feet,
Till, as the Bridegroom, Thou Thy bride wilt greet,
And should death's dark waters round about me dash and roar,
Thou wilt bear me safely to the golden shore [Refrain]

Source: Melodies of Grace and Truth #41

Author: R. F. Beveridge

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First Line: Blessed Redeemer, thou art all in all to me
Title: Blessed Redeemer
Author: R. F. Beveridge
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Blessed Redeemer, Thou art all in all to me
Copyright: Public Domain

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Melodies of Grace and Truth #41

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