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His name is Jesus, None beside

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1 His name is Jesus! None beside
Can do the sinner good;
Far off was I, but Jesus died,
And I have peace with God.
His name is dearer to me now
Than every name beside;
All glories beam around the brow
Of Jesus crucified!

2 The Holy One, who knew no sin,
God made Him sin for me;
The Savior died my soul to win,
He lives, and I am free.
His precious blood alone availed
To wash my sins away;
Through weakness He o’er hell prevailed,
Through death He won the day.

3 His beauty shineth far above
A seraph’s power of praise,
And I shall live and learn His love
Through everlasting days.
The knowing that He loveth me
Hath made my cup run o’er.
Yes! Jesus all my song shall be,
Today, and evermore!


Source: Choice Hymns of the Faith #78

Author: Hannah K. Burlingham

Burlingham, Hannah Kilham, eldest daughter of Henry Burlingham of Evesham. She died at Evesham, May 15, 1901, aged 59. Many of her translations from the German are noted in this Dictionary. See list, p. 1507, iii, [Rev. James Mearns. M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907) ----------------- She was raised in a Quaker family, Burlingham and became associated with the Plymouth Brethren around 1863. Many of her religious poems and translations appeared in the British Herald. © The Cyber Hymnal™. Used by permission. (www.hymntime.com)  Go to person page >

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