Moment By Moment

Christ has atonement for me fully made

Author: T. H. Nelson
Tune: [Christ has atonement for me fully made]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Christ has atonement for me fully made,
My sins and sorrows were all on Him laid;
Fully redeemed by His own precious blood,
Moment by moment I’m living in God.

Chorus:
Moment by moment I’m kept thro’ His blood,
Living a life consecrated to God;
Walking with Jesus in sweetness and rest,
Moment by moment I’m perfectly blest.

2 Up to the mercy-seat boldly I step,
Bringing an off’ring that God will accept;
Calvary’s Victim gives favor divine,
Moment by moment His merits are mine. [Chorus]

3 Never a burden, a heartache or care,
A cross or furnace, that Christ doth not share;
In sunshine or sorrow His mercy I prove,
Moment by moment I live in His love. [Chorus]

4 Rivers of peace now my soul overflow,
Sunbursts of glory, wherever I go;
In ev’ry event now His hand I can trace,
Moment by moment I’m kept by His grace. [Chorus]


Source: Light and Life Songs: adapted especially to sunday schools, prayer meetings and other social services #162

Author: T. H. Nelson

Thomas Nelson founded Der Evangeliske Basun Publishing Co., the Scandinavian parallel to the Gospel Trumpet Co. He was author of Home, Health and Success published by Gospel Trumpet Co., Anderson, Ind., 1908, and Veien til frlese og fred, og det aandelige liv. (1906); Hjem, helbred og lykke (1908); as well as editor of the hymnal Zions seiers sange (1906) all published by Evangeli Basun Pub. Co., St Paul Park, MN. Dianne Shapiro Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Christ has atonement for me fully made
Title: Moment By Moment
Author: T. H. Nelson
Refrain First Line: Moment by moment

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Light and Life Songs No. 4 #126

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Light and Life Songs #162

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