I have a Savior I want you to know

I have a Savior I want you to know

Author: William M Lighthall
Tune: [I have a Savior I want you to know]
Published in 5 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I have a Savior I want you to know,
One to whom closely I cling;
One who is with me wherever I go,
Jesus, my Lord and my King.

Refrain:
I want you to know him,
I want you to know him,
I want you to love him, too;
I want you to know him;
To know is to love him;
I want you to love my King.

2 I was a captive—my ransom he paid,
Made me an heir to his throne;
Now I rejoice, and am never afraid,
He will not leave me alone. [Refrain]

3 Will you not meet him, this Jesus of mine?
Why not in him be made whole?
What shall it profit with all the world thine,
Gained by the loss of thy soul? [Refrain]

4 Come to the cross of my crucified Lord,
Learn of his power to save;
There let the sins of thy heart be out-poured,
There claim the promise he gave. [Refrain]

5 Then in my Savior a Friend you will find
Who can forgiveness bestow;
When to him all you have fully resigned,
Then you will love him, I know. [Refrain]

Source: Favorites Number 3: A Collection of Gospel Songs #74

Author: William M Lighthall

Lighthall, William M. (Omestown, Canada, ca. 1865--?). Railroad (Delaware & Hudson) employee and telegrapher, 30 years. Moved to Rouses Point, New York, in 1881. Presbyterian Church, Odd Fellows, Mason. Member of Rouses Point School Board, 15+ years (President, Secretary). See: Gabriel, Charles. (1916). Singers and their songs. Chicago: Rodeheaver Co. --Keith C. Clark, DNAH Archives  Go to person page >

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Ausgewahlte Lieder des Evangeliums (Selected Gospel Songs) #d29

Epworth Praises #d82

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Favorites Number 3 #74

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Hymns of Praise Number Two #27

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Pentecostal Hymns Nos. 5 and 6 Combined #47

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