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How much do you love Jesus

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1. How much do you love Jesus?
Your dearest friend and true;
How much do you love Jesus?
He gave his life for you.

How much do you love?
How much do you love?
How much do you love Jesus,
Who gave his life for you?

2. Oh, how much do you love him?
What have you done to show
That you do really love him,
And want his works to do? [Chorus]

3. Will you be all for Jesus,
And let the vain world go?
Oh, how much you do love him
The daily life will show. [Chorus]

4. It is not hard to serve one
Whom we do really love;
The loving makes it easy
Our gratitude to prove. [Chorus]

5. Oh, may we love him ever,
And show him that we do,
By living in and for him
A Godly life and true. [Chorus]

Source: Carols of Hope: a compilation of select sacred songs for use in Sunday schools, praise and young people's services #204

Author: F. Hallgreen

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Author: F. Hallgreen
Copyright: Public Domain


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