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The All-Atoning Blood

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1. Helpless I have come to Jesus,
To no other could I go,
And I know his blood doth cleanse me,
For it washes white as snow.

Refrain:
Precious cleansing blood of Jesus,
Flowed in streams on Calvary;
Precious cleansing blood of Jesus,
Now it cleanses even me.

2. Naught had I to bring to Jesus,
But I plunged beneath the wave,
Trusting in his blessed promise,
That from ev'ry sin he'd save.

3. Oh, how sweet to rest in Jesus!
Nothing can disturb my peace;
And what joy to walk beside him,
Earth can never give such bliss.

4. Are you weary, heavy-laden?
Here is rest for ev'ry soul;
Tho' your sins be red like crimson,
They shall be as white as wool.

5. Come and find sweet peace in Jesus,
For that fountain's open wide;
Precious blood is ever flowing
From his hands, his feet, his side.

Source: Truth in Song: for General Gospel Work #119

Author: Mrs. S. E. Donovan

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First Line: Helpless I have come to Jesus
Title: The All-Atoning Blood
Author: Mrs. S. E. Donovan
Refrain First Line: Precious cleansing blood of Jesus

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