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Every fallen soul, by sinning

Every fallen soul, by sinning

Published in 8 hymnals

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1 Every fallen soul, by sinning,
Merits everlasting pain;
But Thy love without beginning,
Has redeem'd the world again:
Countless millions
Shall in life, through Jesus reign.

2 Pause, my soul, adore and wonder:
Ask, "Oh, why such love to me?"
Grace hath put me in the number
Of the Saviour's family:
Hallelujah!
Thanks, eternal thanks to Thee!

3 Since that love had no beginning,
And shall never, never cease;
Keep, oh, keep me, Lord, from sinning;
Guide me in the way of peace:
Make me walk in
All the paths of holiness.

4 When I quit this feeble mansion,
And my soul returns to Thee,
Let the power of thy ascension
Manifest itself in me;
Through Thy Spirit,
Give the final victory.

5 When the angel sounds the trumpet;
When my soul and body join;
When my Saviour comes to judgment,
Bright in majesty divine,
Let me triumph
In Thy righeousness as mine.

Source: Book of Worship (Rev. ed.) #96

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