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1 I have heard the still small voice,
Dealing with my inmost soul,
Face to face with life’s great choice
Shall the Saviour make me whole.
I will confess Him, Jesus my Saviour,
Jesus who died for sinners like me;
Why should I doubt and why should I waver?
I will confess Him, my Saviour is He.
2 He has sought me many years
Tracking me in all my sin
Shed for me His blood and tears
Now He cries; “O let Me in.” [Refrain]
3 In my soul the fight is on
Satan wants to keep me still
But to him I cry begone!
Jesus now possess my will. [Refrain]
4 I confess Thee now my Lord.
Thou hast won me by Thy love.
I will now proclaim Thy word
Till with Thee in heav’n above. [Refrain]Source: Alexander's Gospel Songs #90