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I Shall be Changed

Fill'd with my sin to the Saviour I came

Author: H. L. Brooks
Tune: [Fill'd with my sin to the Savior I came]
Published in 2 hymnals

Representative Text

1 Fill'd with my sin to the Saviour I came,
This power has chang'd me, all praise to His Name;
Grace all sufficient He gives me each day;
Trusting I follow where He leads the way.

Refrain:
O what a change since He came to my heart!
O what a change since He bade sin depart!
O what a change Jesus wrought in my soul!
O what a change since His blood makes me whole!

2 Chang'd all my grief to a heart full of song,
And now I'm confiding in Him all day long;
Tender compassion and love He has shown,
Cleans'd me and heal'd me and call'd me His own. [Refrain]

3 When through the portals of glory I've pass'd,
I then shall be chang'd to His image at last;
I shall be like Him in beauty to shine,
Ever to live in His presence divine. [Refrain]

Author: H. L. Brooks

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Text Information

First Line: Fill'd with my sin to the Saviour I came
Title: I Shall be Changed
Author: H. L. Brooks
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O what a change since He came to my heart!
Publication Date: 1937
Copyright: Copyright, 1934, by the Lillenas Publishing Co., Renewal

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Text

The Cyber Hymnal #11745

Include 1 pre-1979 instance
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