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What Jesus Is to Me

I love to tell the story, What Jesus is to me

Author: C. E. Orr
Tune: [I love to tell the story] (Warren)
Published in 3 hymnals

Representative Text

1 I love to tell the story,
What Jesus is to me;
My heart is filled with glory,
Since through His grace I’m free.

Refrain:
I’m drinking at the fountain,
My cup of joy o’erflows;
I live upon the mountain,
My heart no trouble knows.

2 My life is full of sweetness,
My heart is full of rest;
I feel a blest completeness,
While leaning on His breast. [Refrain]

3 My life is blissful sunshine,
No clouds o’erhang my way;
All is a joyous springtime,
A bright and sunny day. [Refrain]

4 I live in blissful Eden,
Where flowers ever bloom;
In pastures green I’m feeding,
My life is free from gloom. [Refrain]

5 Some say there must be shadows,
Each one dark days must see;
But since I found the Savior,
I’ve constant victory. [Refrain]


Source: Timeless Truths #952

Author: C. E. Orr

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Text Information

First Line: I love to tell the story, What Jesus is to me
Title: What Jesus Is to Me
Author: C. E. Orr
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I'm drinking at the fountain

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Timeless Truths #952

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