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Since the Comforter came

I know my sins are washed away, since the comforter came

Author: Nina Clarke
Tune: [I know my sins are washed away]
Published in 3 hymnals

Full Text

1 I know my sins are washed away,
Since the Comforter came,
My Savior keeps me day by day,
Since the Comforter came;
Life's duty once was toil to me,
In them I now a pleasure see;
From sin's dread bondage I am free,
Since the Comforter came.

2 In Christ I have abiding peace,
Since the Comforter came,
From hour to hour it doth increase,
Since the Comforter came;
A calm and most delightful rest
Falls gently on my weary breast;
My life in Him is richly blest,
Since the Comforter came.

3 I have a joy no tongue can tell,
Since the Comforter came,
His love and grace within me dwell,
Since the Comforter came;
Where once was sorrow, is delight;
And brightest day where once was night;
Faith gives to me a heav'nly sight,
Since the Comforter came.

4 My Savior ev'ry need supplies,
Since the Comforter came,
No other name so satisfies,
Since the Comforter came;
When most I need Him, He is near,
And numbers ev'ry falling tear;
Like Him some day I shall appear,
Since the Comforter came.

Source: Revival Praises #65

Author: Nina Clarke

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Text Information

First Line: I know my sins are washed away, since the comforter came
Title: Since the Comforter came
Author: Nina Clarke



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