Jesus Died Upon the Tree

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1 Christ, the Savior of sinners, came
Into the world to save;
Sing His glory, His worth, His fame,
Jesus alone can save.
No name else is given,
Search through earth and heaven.

Refrain:
Jesus alone, Jesus alone,
Jesus alone can save.

2 Tender were His works of grace,
Jesus alone can save;
Wheresoever His steps we trace,
Jesus alone can save.
Death and woe dispelling,
God’s great mercy telling— [Refrain]

3 “Works of righteousness” all in vain,
Jesus alone can save;
His blood cleanses from every stain,
Jesus alone can save.
Now His work’s completed,
Now in glory seated— [Refrain]

4 Tears can never forgiveness gain,
Jesus alone can save;
God will ever dead works disdain,
Jesus alone can save;
Hear His blest voice calling,
Blessings rich are falling— [Refrain]


Source: Choice Hymns of the Faith #157

Author: Inglis Fleming

Born: January 14, 1859, Islington, Middlesex, England. Died: May 13, 1955, Los Angeles, California. Buried: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle, Washington. Mr. Fleming was a schoolmaster and lived at one time in West Street, Gateshead. He attended the gathering in Alexander Hall. He was an able orator, preacher and minister of the truth of God. He strongly advised young brothers and sisters to memorize whole chapters of Scripture when he used to conduct meetings in Sutton. Many articles were contributed to Scripture Truth during the years 1910 to 1938. He moved to the U.S.A. in 1926 and died in California. He was able to converse about his association with many of the early brethren. Pete Fleming, who was one of the five martyrs slain by… Go to person page >

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First Line: Christ the Savior of sinners, came
Title: Jesus Died Upon the Tree
Author: Inglis Fleming
Refrain First Line: Jesus alone
Copyright: Public Domain

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