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The Precious Blood of Jesus

Complete in him I dare to say

Author: Howard Eckel
Tune: [Complete in him I dare to say]
Published in 2 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 Complete in him I dare to say,
“The blood has washed all sin away;”
I’ll praise him while on earth I stay,
And shout thro’ heav’n’s eternal day.

Refrain:
The precious blood of Jesus,
Has cleansed my heart from sin.
The precious blood of Jesus,
Has made me pure within.

2 If there’s a heart that is impure,
Apply the blood without delay,
And you will find the promise sure,
The blood of Christ will cleanse today. [Refrain]

3 The promise is to you and yours,
And all that now are far away
Will find the blood that always cures,
If you Jehovah’s call obey. [Refrain]

4 Whoever will may come, though dead,
The Spirit and the Bride hath said,
“Let him that heareth, tell it ‘round.” [Refrain]

Source: The Old Story in Song Number Two #149

Author: Howard Eckel

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Text Information

First Line: Complete in him I dare to say
Title: The Precious Blood of Jesus
Author: Howard Eckel
Refrain First Line: The precious blood of Jesus
Publication Date: 1908
Copyright: Public Domain

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