I love to sing of Jesus, who hath redeemed

I love to sing of Jesus, who hath redeemed

Author: Peter P. Bilhorn
Tune: [I love to sing of Jesus]
Published in 2 hymnals

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1 I love to sing of Jesus,
Who hath redeemed my soul,
Whose blood, for me outpouring,
Hath cleans'd and made me whole.

Oh, saints, arouse and proclaim it,
Come sing this joyful strain,
That Jesus died for sinners,
And now he lives again.

2 I love to sing of heaven,
For there my Saviour dwells;
And while His grace still keeps me,
His boundless love I'll tell. [Chorus]

3 I love to talk with Jesus,
When burdened down with grief;
I tell Him all my sorrows,
He grants me sweet relief. [Chorus]

4 Then, sinners, come to Jesus,
Confessing all your sin:
For now the door is open,
He bids you enter in. [Chorus]

Source: Crowning Glory No. 1: a choice collection of gospel hymns #56

Author: Peter P. Bilhorn

Pseudonyms: Irene Durfee; P. H. Rob­lin (a an­a­gram of his name). Bilhorn was born on Ju­ly 22, 1865 in Men­do­ta, Il­l­inois. His fam­i­ly name was orig­in­al­ly Pul­horn; it was changed by a judge in Ot­ta­wa, Il­linois, named Abra­ham Lin­coln. Peter and his bro­ther formed the Eu­re­ka Wa­gon and Carriage Works in Chi­ca­go, Il­linois. Lat­er, Pe­ter be­came in­volved in Gos­pel mu­sic and wrote some 2,000 Go­spel songs in his life­time. He al­so invent­ed a folding pump or­gan used at re­viv­als in the late 19th Cen­tu­ry, and found­ed the Bil­horn Fold­ing Or­gan Com­pa­ny in Chi­ca­go, Il­li­nois. His evangelistic work took him into all the states of the Union, Great Britain, a… Go to person page >

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First Line: I love to sing of Jesus, who hath redeemed
Author: Peter P. Bilhorn
Refrain First Line: O, saints, arouse and proclaim it


[I love to sing of Jesus]

Copyrighted by <a href="https://www.hymnary.org/person/Bilhorn_Peter">Peter P. Bilhorn</a> (now public domain), but he is not expressly credited in <a href="https://www.hymnary.org/hymn/CG1888/56">Crowning Glory</a> as composer.

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