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My sins are under the blood

Representative Text

1 God's anger now is turned away,
My sins are under the blood;
My darkness he has changed to day,
My sins are under the blood.

Refrain:
My sins, my sins are under the blood,
My guilt is gone and my soul is free,
My peace, my peace is made with God,
The Lord has pardoned me.

2 How blest the Lord’s alone to be,
My sins are under the blood;
What joy to know he cleanses me,
My sins are under the blood.

3 When sorrow’s waves around me roll,
My sins are under the blood;
In perfect peace he keeps my soul,
My sins are under the blood.

4 In every step his hand doth lead,
My sins are under the blood;
And he supplies my every need,
My sins are under the blood.


Source: The Song Book of the Salvation Army #317

Author: Fred W. Fry

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Text Information

First Line: God's anger now is turned away
Title: My sins are under the blood
Author: Fred W. Fry
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Song Book of the Salvation Army #317

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