I am walking in the narrow way

I am walking in the narrow way

Author: Alfred Barratt
Tune: [I am walking in the narrow way]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I am walking in the narrow way,
I am living for Jesus ev’ry day;
I have peace that never will depart,
Since Jesus won my heart.

Refrain:
Jesus won my heart,
Jesus won my heart;
By His love so full and free,
And the grace He gave to me.
Jesus won my heart.

2 In the chains of sin my soul was bound,
And my spirit no comfort ever found;
Oh, what joy and love He did impart,
When Jesus won my heart. [Refrain]

3 He has saved me by His wondrous grace,
And at last I shall see His blessed face;
From the ways of sin I’m far apart,
Since Jesus won my heart. [Refrain]


Source: Favorites Number 4: A Collection of Gospel Songs #29

Author: Alfred Barratt

Barratt, Alfred. (New Springs, Wigan, Lancashire, England, October 25, 1879--December, 1968). Coming to the United States as a young man, he studied at Gordon College, Massachusetts, and Newton Theological Seminary, Mass. He was ordained in December, 1913, by the Baptists in Connecticut, then by the Wheeling WV Presbytery, Presbyterian Church in the USA, in 1924. He was pastor of Dallas, West Virginia, then of a series of churches in the Presbytery of Clarion, Pennsylvania. In 1937 he was awarded the Doctor of Literature degree by Bob Jones College. On November 26, 1962, he wrote the undersigned: "For 39 long years I have labored hard and steady writing sermons, children's story sermons, and hymns. Up to the present day I have written 4,… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: I am walking in the narrow way
Author: Alfred Barratt
Refrain First Line: Jesus won my heart
Copyright: Public Domain

Timeline

Instances

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Choir Favorites, Inspiring Songs for Volunteer and Rally Choirs, Vol. 2 #d18

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Favorites Number 4 #29

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Wonderful Jesus and Other Songs #25

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