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Jesus is mine

I rejoice in a new found gladness

Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel
Tune: [I rejoice in a new found gladness]
Published in 6 hymnals

Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1 I rejoice in a new found gladness,—
Jesus is mine!
Faith for doubting, and joy for sadness,—
Jesus is mine!

2 Wondrous love, that He came to save me,—
Jesus is mine!
Grace divine, that His life He gave me,—
Jesus is mine!

3 Oh, how perfect the peace He gives me,—
Jesus is mine!
In the arm of His love receives me,—
Jesus is mine!

4 With my Lord I have sweet communion,—
Jesus is mine!
And how precious the blessed union,—
Jesus is mine!

5 Earthly treasures will not avail me,—
Jesus is mine!
Friends may leave me, and foes assail me,—
Jesus is mine!

6 Faith in Him can be shaken never,—
Jesus is mine!
Here, in life, and in heav’n forever,—
Jesus is mine!

Source: Alexander's Gospel Songs No. 2 #47

Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel

Pseudonyms: C. D. Emerson, Charlotte G. Homer, S. B. Jackson, A. W. Lawrence, Jennie Ree… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: I rejoice in a new found gladness
Title: Jesus is mine
Author: Charles Hutchinson Gabriel
Refrain First Line: Blessing and glory
Copyright: Public Domain



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Songs That Live #7

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